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TCF Ep. 523 - Hernan Rodriguez

The Candid Frame

54:15 min | 1 year ago

TCF Ep. 523 - Hernan Rodriguez

"There is a big reason why I don't make equipment and technique a big point of discussion on my show. I know it's important, but such discussions can lead down a rabbit hole where the choice of Lens lighting equipment. Carries more weight than it actually does or should. There are countless photographers who use virtually the same equipment, but produce significantly different results. Some would attribute differences matters of talent, but I've come to believe that it's more about intention imagination playfulness. And the willingness to take risks. Her Non Rodriguez is a celebrity portrait photographer who was crafted his own personal approach to making photographs. He possesses a masterly understanding of light and color, but there's more to his photography than that. He gets that. Each encounter is as unique as his subject and his approach reflects. There is nothing cookie-cutter about Hernando approach, which makes both his work and the man so special. This is your body and annex and welcome back to the candidate frame. How have you been making use of this of his time I? Think you know the first few few ways for just the adjustment trying to find while they cancel, everything had probably like seven workshops nationally one international, so I went back to just doing a lateral. Art School just reading a lot of like my renaissance book, a lot of painters, a lot of the things that took back to would made me see what I see and I'd appreciate. It was grade lots of research a lot of reading. Yeah and I. I think you know just pause not to be brushing because you know. Sometimes, we stop educating ourselves as photographers. Chasing the next job. We're doing the retouching where production number like well. You can't just lounge around during times like these and. Lament the fact of what the things you can't do. Absolutely, then you go back. You're going to God all that time. I had and I just wasted it. Yeah, absolutely I hope you came right. He took advantage of your time. Yeah, yeah, enshrined in educating myself as as much as possible rivalry. Reading nonfiction writing some fiction that I had longed intended to catch up on riding it also just relaxing. Working Scud Barry. Thank you. Work I was just read. Spent some time circuited there in my down. Well it's fun. It's fun for me and you know it's always been a part of my life, and luckily I've always been able to shoot, but I'd like to shoot right. You know so, that's it's and but you were just mentioning going to art school and looking at your organ and Willie interesting things I learned from us that you really started your creativity in terms of drawing and your dad was an artist I don't know if he was professional or enthusiasts, but told me about those years here. That's a my dad grew up as a technical engineer, and then he worked as an illustrator for narrow space company. You know he had the mathematics and. A lot of linear art. He spent time on his side. Job was just in renaissance replicas paintings, so I spent hours of looking. You know that the word behind it just from a clean canvas to. Putting layers and layers of of color and undertones of shadows. You know so all these things. Sad that I think you know and it's funny because as a photographer when I teach or what have to write an article, it's so intuitive because it's the fabric of would've seen my tire. Live that go back. Recall like. Why did I do this and I give me an example for instance if you're drawing and I saw. Of The tricks, my dad taught me was like he lets painting Aerob- and some of these renaissance opinion, a robot. You want these rich shadows. He would go with a Sepia tone, which is like a brown undertone as a as your base color, and then you are building blue on top and different shades of blue on the wide for highlights so when when I lied I, see myself going to that I use CPI a filters on my lights as an undertone, and then I started i. started adding opposite color. Rarely do I why I. I liked White Light. So. Everything has some type of undertone. I think just that influence on seeing that with my father and seeing color come to live on, and seemed like the shape of the anatomy unseen because then I decided to. You know I think when I was five years old I knew this is what I want to do. My entire life and I I just started honing in what came naturally to me. If I could put it that way. Makes a lot of sense in terms of how you learned color in that way. Would you see your dad doing something and ask him will? How do you do that or where? You were observing him and sort of experimenting on your own? You. Know the first thing I saw you. Hardly, education exciting. Part of Party education, just looking and we as photographers have to really built at that muscle you know. To sit back and observe behaves how transitions held values change. I think when I first started looking learning about color. I just saw the magic happen for instance if I saw this blue like blue paint on canvas, and all of a sudden I saw these creases in the shadows, just building up and then these highlights. Reparation happening I decided in front of my eyes so I was I, was fascinated, and then I would ask my father. How do you do this and he was? He was really patient that he was really patient with Mandy he taught me how to how to build it up how to build it up. And how'd you know it's incremental? So you just don't put just white light for a highlight paint for a highlight you start putting a little bit of of highlights and start building more highlights and start separating even more so if you think about photography, it's not any different. Highlighted. Somebody you just you know. Don't put you know. There's not a formula to say. Oh, you're just one stop brighter on on an accent, light or highlight because you have to look at the parameters, and if you have a site, that's really dark and shadowed. Then you don't go one. Stop Brighter, you go. You know half stop last because it's GonNa show that much more, so it's not any different than painting you got. It's almost case you know just applied a layer and see what happens, and that's what I started saying. You know and there's different principles in in in color. You have pigment that mixed together. You got additive color and subtractive color. You know and. An Arts. It's a mix of yellow, red and blue with these three colors. You create every single color in the spectrum. Someone started seeing him mixing light for instance a yellow with with the green. Then you got a gray start building in creating a gray color in all these different things by adding blue, so I think the more I was understanding. What was happening in front of me. The more questions I could ask. And that's what happens to us. Sometimes it's photographers, you know our vision is so far beyond what we could implement or are really execute. And that's part of the part of the craft is looking at the vision seen what you want, and then you know finding the ways to do it an approach that you're really loved the way that you use color and how you play off the skin tones, the clothing people wearing the background and the way you're describing. It makes a lot more sense. What I was looking at when I was looking at your work right right and I was having a conversation with some people this past weekend about how a lot of photographers work from the equipment forward, so there's even I can explain. This is that they'll think about how the equipment is designed to work. And Ville use it in just that way so whether it's a soft box or an act, OCTA or an umbrella. They've learned. This is the way that you use it. And basically they work from there and the way I'm hearing you is that you will use those same tools, but you're coming from a very different starting point. You're thinking about how you want the color to look, and you are using those tools to get to that, and you're not just being limited by how a manufacturer has advertised particular product. That's observation because I actually give that in my lectures. Map. Often like what's your to go to you know? What's your go to modifier? And I can't say there's a specific thing that I just go to a socks for instance. I I rarely off boxes, but when I do use off boxes, and this is the point you're making straight out of the box. It's San with modifier, and the inner, Babbel's either white, which gives it a softer transition in the skin tones if they were silver becomes more reflective more. More more. No, more a pop for me I do like somewhere in the middle you know, and I always look for modifiers that allow me to create that so even the actual diffusion material in front of that Softbank's. I don't like that just opaque white. So this is a decision that one of my Westcott makes like onion skin is like super, super translucent. It's almost like you're putting onion skin on paper, light and passes. It just cuts just that enough light that up I'm looking. Looking for because anymore pay it becomes like this peachy soft portrait, which sometimes is good, it depends what is four, but I I like a little more and more pop out so I, either create or use an inner silver bath start modifying with those approaches, sometimes I'm not even use a diffusion material I'll get this material called oboe made by Roscoe, and it's like this sheet of tracing paper. And I started building layers of it. Let's say because you know at. Any art. The is drawn to the bride as part of an image so everything's kind of dark and low key. You're calculating on what they're wearing. The background and everything the drawn to veer by putting that light placement and value in the contrast and quality that lights to debase which is report portraiture is would begin with the face, and we go forward, but then if it's too bright, it's takes away too much is distracting if it's too soft and two Somalis looking that medium and there and that's how I do it. It I put tracing paper. Sometimes I'll use a black talk. I started creating halfway down the soft box. You know cutting that layer because lied still passes through there, still some type of gradation, and I try to do everything in camera, and like you're saying there's nothing straight out of the box and say here's a soft box. This is the manufacturer created a news it because that's not any different than it's just really a glamorize canda shot. You know if you don't know how to use this modifies property correct. When he people may be surprised when they look at your portfolio lacy, a lot of celebrities, sports, figures, and that you get your early start, not as a photographer more of a graphic designer, so you are hiring photographer. At at one so considering you already had a sensitivity to color and light even before you started picking a camera on your own when you were doing the hiring. What were the things that you were looking for in a photographer? When you're on the side of the desk? That says okay. I want to hire this person for creating the work. You know what I think, too. Where the would draw, I looked at tons of portfolio. You know sometimes recreated magazines for electric magazine Men's Fitness Men's journal. I when I would see just these images over and over and over and over. For me would attracted me to a photographer was like something that stopped me from flipping that page I could put it that way so if I'm looking through images, and it's you know something athletic. Everybody believes shots. I just voters this past week with Reggie. Miller for offer for project, but if you're looking through all was in my research, I'm looking at people's work. Work I like to see like. Hey, what's out there? Nothing really stops me. The one said do stop me. Are the ones that like? Wow, you know what's happening here. It's either contrast it's. It's expression. It's value. It's an interesting angle. Something creative. You know so those are the first thing is then I go to see technical attributes, or could this person really? Execute a photo shoot exhibiting an exposed property. What's the quality of the work but I think if it doesn't get to that point I mean and sometimes might see something just like it's beautiful. Everything beautifully led to an everything's just so proper, but then. There's there's nothing there. There's no emotion. There's nothing so I. Think it was a mix of both of that. It had to have that kind of fact while factor you know. And I just competitions for like the WPA, and some of these big federations on until he got to that point of light stop pause even if he was for like two seconds, and then that's my starting point. Okay, let me look at the values and let me look at the. You know but that that to me was one of things so when I became a photographer I. Take that kind of. I applied it to my own work. You I'm super critical and in my own work and sometimes i. kind of keep on going and keep on going with it, but yeah I think that's kind of important for for us as photographers. I heard that one of the things that helped to launch photographic career was a burglary. That was. Found that, but that's that's absolutely. You know it's so funny, because so I did so. The back to the STAR IS A. Hiring we hire Bataga said. I think bounce back from that because I picked up a camera and I told the deputy decorate the company like. This, it's just have a camera. Let's sit in an automatic and let's see what we get and we did it in a project we we did a catalog and we shot everything on automatic. Because we have to vision, we did storyboards than me working with the our director, and back and forth like we. We shot it and that was. It was a fun experience. But during that point I was working as a graphic designer, this affleck for Corona for guess jeans did suffer the Olympics at his body of work and I, just had moved from one location to the other. So all I set up at this location was my computer, my hydro, my scanners and everything and we have constructors immediate construction people coming in and out volume morning was all gone. Everything they wiped away by business overnight and to me was like a pivotal point because I didn't have a backup. That was the truth. Everything I had done to that point with my hard drives I had all my heart my backups there at the location. Back, then you had like a power power Mac. It's not like these I max that I have now. You had a tower and this whole tons of information and I took for granted that that was either. I just pause, take took a pause for two months thinking like. Do I really want to embark bargain? Like a whole journey of my work. Thing I was kind of. Playing around with photography, a little bit, a friend of my call me and said Ernie no word. We need a shooter call photographer. We need a shooter. Is No I. Don't know much about photography, said all you have to do by Tripod. We set it on on the exposure. Just click away. These were We were shooting a prom. Could you believe it for big studio here? On the West Coast? Those Alfred Fabrics think the headline I. Don't know five thousand five thousand students come into the studio. Homework. Volume. It was just volume photography. I loved it. Because part of that was the interaction you had a couple of minutes with each student. that. Personal hired me became my mentor. I didn't even know, but this guy was the president of the PA at the time which I. Don't know what what's the PPA. He took me under his wings. He photograph you know to Maggio. He photographed President Ford he photographed. While known photographer. And I think in making a jump in those two years was invaluable to me because. I think everything to this point of learning composition, collar and learning. What values are paints and pigments, and if you just trauma is since the age of five to this point in these two years under the tutelage of this guy? Kinda put it all together and I. See where my journey was now at this looking looking back in hindsight was like. Wow, this. All that was paving. A great photographer, because putting all that and and applying that it does because we learned anybody can learn photography. Let me tell you something. It's a scale. All it is is studying. You know the technical attributes. Exposure in an F. stops in all these things, dishes numbers. Would you don't learn? Is Your your experience in life you know? Knowing what you are if you're to the arts. To Music of your to you know motorcycle racing. All these things have trained you to this point. You know, a photographer, because then you start kind of applying things that have had trajectory in your life that now you're looking through the scope of a camera, but intuitively you're. You're working from from this place in your life so I mean I think you know Seattle learned the skill, but you know sometimes go outside of photography. Just don't be fixed in photography. You know I look at travel. I look at everything and you know when. It's an intersection of of opportunity in preparation. You get the right job and you're just. You have this vast experience and study of of everything that you could apply to your work now. Ewing that senior portrait gave for about a couple years. You said seniors out and people think they see the work that you're doing now, and they would not see any sort of connection between those those two photographers. But what did you learn? That was invaluable to you from doing that work that you apply today when you photograph celebrities, it is a funny, because my so this guy that my Mansoori I got the job. I didn't know what it. It was right, so I thought about the dance the following week, he said Hey, come in for an interview just because he liked me as a person, so another thing is like you also have to have that personality. You know you just can't be a stiff person in front of a subject. He hired me for the job and he said you know the one discipline all photography to me. That constitutes being a Ruediger. Photographer is a senior portraiture. With that was items anything I said wow, okay, senior portraiture, but I thought there were elders I thought we were going to. Shoot older people I mean Autumn left field. And I asked the guy what is worthy or these people were these. Seniors is like these are schools graduating. These graduates are seniors in high school. It was so true though because. You're dealing with kids who don't want to be in front of a camera right for the most part I mean you've got eighty percent of the kids do not want to be honest. Summer Day in a hot day in a bungalow, a suit taking their pictures, so that's one factor. Then you have because you're doing volume photography. I mean I remember one time shooting. It was a hundred sessions hundred senior court sessions in day seven hours, which was insane. Like how could you do? Seven hundred images so became volume became. You know we had seven minutes each subject, but it teaches you because you have to have that that immediate interaction with the subject. Hey, hey, what do you like? Kids! These kids don't want to be there. You know in some of these guys are like whatever you know what I said, so you can break that. Is You know you don't worry about it? In or whatever? What sports play okay? Do you don't WanNa be? Let's get you out in three minutes. He gave me so. There's something that makes them laugh something that draws him in and dad. You gotta be able to evaluate them. Make a calculation of their anatomy Woodside autograph in Iran and that's your starting point, so were you doing this day in and day out? You know for you know hundred sessions in in one day doing over this for two years a gosh, when I went into the real world into the real world when I went to photograph people who gave me it could have been seven minutes I got Mike. Tyson Vendor Holyfield in. It was like six thirty eight in six minutes and thirty eight seconds because Mike did not want to be there. and to me, it took me back to that place of booed cap, because as he's walking down the door. A meeting him for the first time, and he was so guarded, he said. Who are you where you from? What are you doing here? He's grilling me, you know. So I had to break. That initial is get to meet him. Walk him to the stage where he's going to be sitting with vander and make a contact. Make sure that you know he's going to give me something. That is just not a person sitting in front of a camera with no expression. I apply now I look back and I think I wouldn't be the photographer I am. Today had not gone through that boot camp. In in my career, because now, if somebody gives me an hour, it's like. Oh, my Gosh, you know I could get done in twenty minutes. and. Then it's just having a good time with with the subject, so yeah, absolutely, it's amazing because you have to learn not to be intimidated. Whether it's seven minutes or our. It's like you have to realize that you. You GotTA maintain control. Because as soon as they sense that you don't Oh my gosh, you know. Can you hit you? Hit the nail on the head. Ye could never lose your position as a director in the set. Even if you've lost it, you know you have to go through the motions and be assertive, ambient position of director because that's the respect. People are in a sad and people will hire you be in a position for taking somebody's portrait because they've done their work. They've looked at your website. You've made a contact with them. You've committed to give the giving them a product. Whether it's a wall, portrait or a magazine cover, or just something special for their family. It's it's a mutual commitment between the. Your client, and your and years south, so they're. They're entrusting everything on the in so once you start either and I see a lot of you know. I might have done this in my early career. When you're playing around with the lights, you know your subjects kind of waiting on, you know you're looking on the back of your camera and checking to see what the calculations are and taking a few shots, and or if you lose it, you know if you lose that position of being in as director. Then you're subject. You've lost them and it's very important you know and I think part of that is is doing your homework. Homework on this subject, do your homework as a photographer on your lighting on your skills, you know I always have like even four plants got plan ABC de because most of the time you will be relying on not executing your first plan. You go back to like the lights center work or the subject said he gave me half hour now he's got ten minutes or he's not liking me. You know there's there's some type of friction between me and him, so you end up eighty percent of the time to sitting down without a camera interacting with your subject. Okay I'm sorry. You know what can I do for you? And in the last ten minutes just picking up that camera. Sometimes it happens to me especially in celebrity work I have these really intricate lighting setups, and sometimes I might lie for you know six hours pre light a day before. And then I, find out that the subject scratches everything or I ended up doing the whole fashion with just sitting back with the individual, and then I tell my assistance. Scratch let's go to plan. B., just get get a huge pair wallet and it's happened, you know this is my plan B., so you know I seven foot, parabolic, big light source with silver inner baffle, because it gives me that speculation that pop I could control to change the angle of the light if I. Just WanNa use an edge and create more of a cinematic lighting. I put the light source as close as I can. And I created towards the subject, so it gives me a five different looks with that. That one light and it takes me three minutes to build at set, so had done that. You know because why have to spend the time with the individual, which always is the most important thing in a portrait session I? Don't care who it is. It could be a senior portrait. It could be a couple fiftieth anniversary, or it could be a celebrity. You know that interaction is the value of the portrait adapt. Person is not present there in that image than it's valuable to anybody, so that's that's really critical. 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So, if you enjoy the work doing, please come on board. He's a patriotic supported today. Thank you. I was looking at the images that you made of Nia people's. Haniya. And those are some wonderful photographs because I just love. The diversity of imagery that you got was that all from a single session, although those multiple setups from a single cell, tell me about that. That was all a one day. I think we have probably about maybe six hours. It was a beautiful house appear in the hills. Wilshire. Like this Penthouse, huge huge penthouse with three levels, and ahead of everything I mean it has beautiful vaulted ceilings at a staircase going up. It had this panoramic view on the outside so. She has a contact to. Allowed us to shoot there to replace. Then I also took a couple of seamless like I always go to that classic playing background as well and I think that's an advice I'd give to any photographer. You know it's. It's beautiful to shoot location, but always secure that one shot that's could be just a clean editorial shot on a plane, grey background, plain, white background, even a black background, but secure those shots. You know that's pretty much where we did, but it's funny because I think the magic that happened in that session and I think you know as US photographers. We have our vision. You know we sit back and we. We have our story more or we say like this is what I want to execute. And we close ourselves to the magic that happens outside of of ourselves, you know. I'm a huge collaborated. I'm not selfish when it comes to photography because some of the most brilliant images I have is. You know make a bodice who knows nothing about? Photographer will say like What would it be cool if we just wrapped around and it happens and I don't know decided what image of Nia people's. She has a basket in her head with the disappearance. The back story on this was flooding because her clothes Fred. K Mad and you know he's like a spiritual adviser to her, but gave their close friends, and he's also mutual friend of mine. He does a lot of stuff with the celebrities here now they. They had kind of a riff. That morning. He's like. Oh my gosh did not. We gotTA. We gotTa Horner and Ri- because she's have. It was a great voter shoe. and. He's like you know. She's becoming Adiba so let's less polar BRACCO. So for him, it was a trick like hey, let's just get this basket and just put it on top beheaded Steve pedals. At is kind of trying to play a prank on her, but Isis brilliant I said Oh my gosh like we had to crimson color background. She had these red lipstick in everything. Is I, said this is this is the shot he did it as a joke. I saw it as a hero shot. I said my gosh. This will be amazing. We got these pedals they recalculated. Ri-, while they're falling off her face. And it was, it was a mistaken collaboration, because he started out of a funny plays and we ended up I like this is brilliant and I, told her I said. This is just threw three shots. Get A. Throw it in, and as it is all making her lap, so he's laughing at her I'm laughing with her because we're just having fun. And then I took the shot, and it just happened in know I love shot especially because her laughter is so genuine. is absolutely no you just. Because, you have people who smaller laugh for the camera and it's the face. It's you know it's the expression. They know how to give Ryan. I looked at that nego. That's a sincere moment and I think it's often times the most difficult. Expression to get whether the film someone has celebrity or not just because. A lot of people aren't completely comfortable with the camera or those people who are incredibly comfortable. They exert a certain degree of control so that spontaneity that you as a photographer. What can be kind of elusive? Absolutely you know it's. It's a hundred percent on that because I think that that image on you look at you. Meet her. That's who she is. She's got this infectious smile, and it's very January, so that laugh happened because she was just having a fun time now. One thing wanting that as were. You. Know when we're photographing. Are we having subjects? A lot of it is dialogue. You know understand that it shot would not have happened if we'd just say like Hey ahead over your baskets real quiet. They're side constant dialogue because if I start. Interacting with the subject, and he started sharing something of their childhood or experienced, it had coming over or something. Find that happened along the way subtexts. Aninda risers subtexts. You don't see it. You Ain't gonNA see. The VERES has no the story behind it, but there's some attraction of that portrait that gives you that subtexts like. Oh, my gosh, like that. That small looks so genuine, but if you see the backstory, it was a funny moment. It was just a funny, happy moment, and I just cannot tell okayed smile, big ats, or just laugh on a three laugh big, because there's no information, so there's not a story so as word, dialoguing and I, always constant dialogue with my subject, and when I don't I'm always I'm always question on my approach to posing like depose them. Do you sit them in a certain way? Natural expression is the person the person is going to give you the dialogue, the non communication you know the way, the simply sit here and their release stoic and tall than that's who they are because that's what they're giving me I have subjects like Eddie Griffin Eddie. Griffin was sit back energy cherish slouch. Ian That's who he is, he's inviting you. Meet Him and he's open. He's very approachable in disperse. His personality is really huge so studied this all. All this mannerism because they're they're dictating their guided me along the process of what they're giving me, and all I do is refine the poses, so somebody's sitting way back I'm GonNa take a former apart looking up somebody's nose, you know so. I said Hey, just kind of leaned forward that that attitude just kind of like back and just kind of so small refinements set star from a place of a natural place for that subject then I just do. I think it comes back from for my study within. The confines of Natural Classic Portraiture. Because you know I I, think it's very valuable learning those the structure of where to put the hats, and not to show the front of the Han you not to shoot a woman from tool bonengel. That's all fine and Dandy. No, it's good to know these rules, but loosely you know it's good to know these rules. Just so you know. Have some parameters were to were to start where to gauge? But you know they say not to photograph a woman from a low angle because strong, it makes them look to stoic while photograph Helen Reddy who had like three three grammys that she was doing something for a United States postal stamp here? You know she's a strong woman. She has seen national anthem song in the White. House for I am woman. Woman hear me roar. That was the natural women's Lib is song so part of that is what how do I create strength for a woman on a plane, grey background with just a black shirt while I think part of that is my camera angle if I make her look strong, stoic and Harvard, just look into my camera, but pass my camera. Create a strong image in would have been just a static place in our, which is a static background, so I think that's that's for us. As photographers learned, the regulations learned the rules learned compositional. But there are no rules in good photography. If I could put it that way. Yeah, this somebody's been judging photography. What's interesting about the nature of of your businesses that this is commissioned work from the celebrity and and their people? It's not so much that you're shooting for the purposes of a memo magazine, article or something they. The image images may be used for that. It may be used for publicity for book cover of variety of different things, which is sort of a unique niche. How did you find that pocket for yourself as a photographer good? He did their homework because you're absolutely right now. Many people know that you know I did. I did start out and I don't even have an agent to this point, which is, it's pretty difficult to you know to advanced so much in in celebrity work commercial work without having an agent. It's it's. It's a hard place to be because you have to do. A lot of you know knocking on doors and doing you know. For to the pavement. I was pretty fortunate because I think when I embarked on this journey i. think that's exactly what I said as target. I said this is what I WANNA. Do I WANNA pursue this type of work celebrity work. I want to do editorial work. But it became a place, and I think it was a ripple effect. It's kind of disease. I planet were pretty much. A one on one relationship with with an agent. We're contacting agency I would cold. Call you know. Let's see William Morris Call William in Tennessee and I said Hey, listen. I would like to photograph some of your musicians. Said Hey. You know and I. Think part of this. You have to be prepared your website. Your body work has to be ready for you to display anti show because first impressions in this industry is one time you know. What I'm to say. What's you like your work for instance? Tell you when I and I'm critical, I saw you work. Wow, this is beautiful work man. You gotta be proud of your work. Because it's point. The lighting is just cleaned. Chris work, you know and I. Get a feel for you. Your personnel gets issue for us of photographer both as your personality for just by looking at your work for a couple of minutes, so thank you, you know, and that's just one. One time. That's first impression. You can't go back and sail her now. What would I try to do this distinct within the lines of days? No, no, no, they're going to say. What's your website? Show me who you are so I start making these calls, but you know backtracking. I knew that that was my target, but would I have to do to get to. That plays while I need a good body of work. Just show if you have six pieces, show your six good pieces. Instead of having twenty pieces of you know six good an fourteen mediocre. I! Take it all out and just put your. Work! And then and NGO. Oh, they said Hey, we. We like your work that it condemned. Connect you with an agent who does up and coming actors in La. And that's how I started so I started working with waiting one agency. Then I started working with this land agency here in Burbank. Disguised was in charge of like Hooghly Glasgow reggae glass. He has ricky Martin but work. They will call you know they were just. You know kept when you started out. You have to pay your dues. You just Kinda. Go to say you know I'm here to photograph a magazine. You know you're sitting down at a red carpet. I don't do red carpet events. Now Upjohn may be in the past few years, maybe in the past ten years of democracy to red carpets, but as a favor because somebody it's a relationship. I have with an agent and they said. Can you cover my celebrity? Status Place with Paparazzi you should, but it's. It's customer relations. There now it's a it's. It's mutual. Respect a relationship that we both half. entrusted celebrities to me now I helped him out. When need their time of need? Like? Hey, what do you need? What can charge them I mean? Why would it put a whatever money value on something that would they would say like. Why would you mean you're charging me, but we're you know we're giving you the bigger fish at all, so you have to be very discerning. You have to be very wise in this. Industry, but you have to pay your dues go to events. Have you your business car ready and I did that you know I. met you know some of these celebrities I met you know were like a business card in ice I photographed? Somebody on a red carpet and they'll say hey, can I give my event photos because? It's a social media industry. Everybody has to be relevant. Everybody needs be active and know that they were at some certain event and I give my business card. Listen you know this is what would I do, but also consider that I could do a one on one session for publicity for for public for for your website, and that's high, do it? You know other other times I've built relationships over over the years, and I have maybe six agents that are work with. And all of a sudden like I did. Mario Lopez endow to an established relationship I. have with one specific agent. After the years. He said Hey Hernan away. We picked Mario Lopez. He's swinney commercial line. He Scott this athletic wear. You're the guy that's GONNA fit the job for us. There's no agent involved. There's no manager. There's no publicist. It's the person it becomes a mutual respected relationship you know, and that's why it's so important for you to be. Respectful of people their time your deadlines. You do you value. You gotTA value and this both mutual agent for you, and then it's it's taken off from there. You're absolutely right. If I was working with Eddie Griffin because again Eddie Griffin was. That agent who referred me all of a sudden ahead, Eddie Griffin. I shot with him one time and you know when I should with one person again first impressions I have make sure there's refreshments. I'm sure they're comfortable. You know we got a wardrobe stylist, my best makeup artist. experience so good that you know dig or call me because there's nothing that could say like we had you know hurting treated us bad. You know his his. His craft was in any good he. Everything is is really on point. And now I photographed and right before the the shutdown the coronavirus shutdown. Eddie Griffin call me to shoot a billboard in Las Vegas. You know, so. We shot at his this billboard for some of the stuff. He's doing there. But again it started just a one on one I. Don't know you're absolutely right. I know as images will end up. It ends up in a magazine. It ends up in the cover shot Floyd Mayweather. It ended up a cover of a magazine. I'll get a call from sports illustrated, can we? Can we use your image of Mike Tyson? It's not. Work that I'm doing. It's not you know commercial work that I'm doing. It's not a specific. I'm shooting an individual and the end result of that shot could be anywhere. So, how do you work it out in terms of usage, is it a buyout to provide them an unlimited license? How do you sort of work that out with a variety of clients have I mean you know most of the time? It's for a specific job and they'll say okay. We're hiring you to shoot a you know like I just Reggie Miller the NBA of Famer so he days ago now that was specific for a brand like a like the an apparel company. He's doing something for you know. Black lives matter. To sign a nondisclosure, it was like her. It's a buyout you. We. Just want us, select Just for this line now, sometimes abide is kind of interesting. Because he what he said, was we? We want to own the images. But it doesn't mean it's non exclusive or inclusive to you or just exclusive to them. Sometimes it's the only images, but you also a photographer own the rights to their your images. It's different a complete by what somebody comes in, and that's GonNa make three times the amount of an image in you would for Gimme the hard drive and let me take all the images than you know if you want full access and I don't that you have to pay for that rate. Opposed to. We shot the magazine. I saw you know for this specific job show like. Almost four thousand images. We have four cameras going. It was crazy. It was the most challenging photos should have done in my entire career because we're shooting outdoors were shooting action were shooting lifestyle. Action because. They want to look like they're at a place riding bikes. This is what it was very contrast allied. We've gotTA. Make sure that the images are sharp without keeping the background sharp so technically there was a law going onto this photo shoot. We had to create lifestyle portrait's like in the Santa Monica mountains that was a different camera and gave only two hours to do all this you know at the end of the day the beautiful images everybody was happy, but now I have an archive with four thousand images that I'm gonNA use everybody everybody. I got paid for the job in job like that I got I got hired for day rate. I'll set a day rate. You know my day for this will be whatever it is thirty five hundred dollars for the two hours at the God three hours at the got. And in that time you get the images you get the foul products which are twelve retouched images. Now somebody hires using oh seven hour days different because you're bringing in a team, you bring in makeup artists bringing. All, that is all over the place you know when it comes to to kind of mapping out what your fees are going to be cooler rights, who owns the rights but I think because I'm working on that one on one with an agent or manager. Didn't almost hate. Put it this way because there's a lot of. Contracts that you know people have to Kinda negotions. Who Rides who says or what do you do with the rights? But he becomes through a stream of emails, and this is high. Protect myself into a stream of emails the gentleman's agreement. Almost a nation will say her. Then we need this and this is what client said. You know we need this. A day we want twelve finalize images, and we owned the rights to this. So that's the contract because I'm going back in green to say. Okay under under the stipulations. Put here by by you and your your company, we will provide the twelve images. We will also have access to be able to use our images for for marketing purposes for website for you know whatever it is, so it becomes kind of gentlemen's agreement opposed to say for instance, and this is a perfect example. We're when photograph Mike Tyson again. This gentleman were nights would not sign a contract. You know it took. It took three months to get these two guys on stage to take a photo because his manager was. was involved, and his agent wanted to know where the rights to own the rights for the image in such and such and such, and who their agent talks Evanger holy shows, age and everything you know once you put that language on paper and say you know any for you to sign here were her non photography owns all the rights the images sometimes they walk away. You know they'll say we won't grant that. They want exclusive rights, so I've been smart about it to kind of protect myself on those emails in the stream were saying. In under the the the context of this conversation through the email I start writing out the language. It's almost like a soft contract wanting say any confirm an email saying okay, we do agree. We want to use Mike Tyson's image and they did. This is the agreement. They want to use his image for a book one of his books, but then again and that agreement I said I also have access mutual access to be able to use his persona for marketing myself, and for my and we know we. It's fifty fifty. So that was the agreement we had so, but sometimes you have to put it on paper signed by everybody else, and that's just the way it goes. Do sometimes work with a producer. I, have sometimes actually in a couple of movies that I've done, or you know I've worked like a still photographer you're saying or Rehab who sort of coordinates negotiates contracts and you know, put everything on paper, and does all that sort of negotiation for you leaving you right? I mean it's great when that happens. That's their specialty. You know there's a couple of agents maybe to two ages that I know that work that way. It's all in writing and their power powerhouse agents. They're well respected. You know when when they say jump people how high so I love it because they come in with that business approach, right everything out and say you're gonNA. Get hired her, and it's going to supply this for you. He's the man and his team and we have axes names that are gonna be allowed in the sad these his people and they. They do the negotiation. That's all resolved and I'll have to do. Show up, so you know that's a good point. When you have that, streamline in the process of the negotiation. It makes your job as a photographer so much easier, because sometimes we have to wear multiple hats and I. Think what happens now is a photographer because I think they're making us indispensable. Where like all? Why? Everybody's a photographer this person's. Charging you know your your half-days? Thirty five hundred dollars. This person does the job for thousand dollars while you're GONNA get the thousand dollar rate. That's what you're paying for so. that's what satisfies you then. That's it but understand you know I come. This is the bread and the reason why this. It isn't we come on point every every image. You'RE GONNA. pull out and we just did this again with Reggie. We had to go straight from this live to a website in Italy no time to retire, so these images were going straight live so a do not on point with your exposure and everything you know so. That's what happens. You know I think this is why you're paying may because. Every image and they were. They were impressed like. Wow, you know. We didn't know we could easy straight. Our camera did looks like the retouched, but that's your job, so you know you're going to base your rate and I think when I started out start there. It was incremental. You know. I started out. Seven fifty started seven for seven hundred fifty dollars. I could do this for you. You know six hours or whatever then it went up to twelve hundred dollars. You know and I have people advisors you know I had mentors along the process. One of the big Hollywood photographer he, when it's kind of starting in this trajectory of celebrity work earn like you're not. You shouldn't leave your house under fifteen hundred dollars. That's your base rate, and then I started kind of building up. You know. He said you'll know where it went to stop. And you know then I know. This is where I am now. This is my right now. Because you're also, you need to be competitive. You know because you can't train. Everybody's saying this is why you're paying this. They just look at your work. Everybody shopping around everybody. Look at all. These photographers than this. These are the five guys we want, and this is their rate. You know what's within our budget, so you know it's it's it's. There's a photo in our industry is going that way everybody why photographer pick up a camera? But they see that they got garbage. They're working is an on point, so you work for instance, if somebody charged you, go in and say you know. I want you to do a wall portrait and you're charging them. You could charge them I. Don't know. I could see charging them five thousand dollars for a Rambo you know. That's the rate I'm going to go in and you're you're you're char? Young pain you your pay me this much money for a twenty four by thirty six finalize on a piece of canvas with a nice frame for your house. And I could see because okay limited pitcher work. Yeah, that's what I expect. You know a post A. While, you know I'll do it for twelve hundred dollars. There'll be ecstatic. You know. Pay The twelve hundred dollars of the the five thousand dollars. You see what I mean. They love your work. They want you because of your body of work. That's what they're hiring. The rest of the parts you know you kind of move around a little bit could kind of give or take but I think there should be a place that you should. You should always values yourself as a photographer. When my last question that I ask each guest is i. ask them to recommend another photographer, and it can be anyone someone you've long admired or someone recently discovered, so who that photographer be and why? It has a funny because one of the photographers that a very much admire is horse than ours He was a came from graphic design background. The guy was was kind of his neurotic. It always work was like never enough. He kept on pursuing as a matter of fact. I could show you a blood because I needed here. My coffee table every so often. You're talking about years ago. Sometimes I research. Photographers from eighteen nine look at their work and their work is so relevant today you know. I I create for myself like wow, this somebody will point out. This is beautiful I. Mean it could be a cover of a magazine that was shot in eighteen, ninety by some photography, and photographer and I love doing that research, but horsing had this. Know just a bonus of his images, the back lighting you know. He created a lot of silhouettes, put his expose for bright white background. underexposed a subject created this mystery, but then he when he went to live style. Stop you know he, could he? He wasn't just like really. Like a niche photographer, he had pretty vast. Body award, but I just think just looking at it and studying his work, and seeing what he didn't why he did certain thanks, but there's always that undertone of graphic design. You're looking at his work, and you're looking at graphic images and you see where that came from so I think a lot. A lot of people learn just from from studying COMP, his composition and contrast in his work degree recommendation. Yeah, thank you so much man. I really enjoyed this. Man You're the man. Thanks to her non joining us find out more about him and his work by visiting her non photography Dot Com. If you're a devoted listeners. 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D&D Court - Death Save Coin, Chill Ragers, & Heating Warforged

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D&D Court - Death Save Coin, Chill Ragers, & Heating Warforged

"This is a head gum. Podcast welcome to dungeon courts. Don't court denton. Does you really get a theme song. That's right yeah we should do a little. I do want to use the law and order theme music. Yeah we're allowed to do that right. Don maybe maybe it's maybe do. Don't gun june and then we like oh be done jen. Good sir then jin are. We just hire someone to sing the entire song dungy to the young. Maybe we just hire an college acapella group the law and order theme music but replacing all the words with done and i think we do a bad enough job singing the law and order theme that we couldn't get sued for it because it's not anywhere near what it is the teams from pitch perfect or real right. We can hire one of them. They're real. Yeah yeah okay. I'll look into the teams from pitch perfect. Hire one of those do not fiction. We are your supreme court justices murphy expert and danner and that of course the low jay. I don't know what we started saying. Time i get and then i did and it makes me laugh. I actually the thing seems to be sticking in the comments. Some people some people are coming to my defense. But i say lowly a lot more more. We insist on being treated with respect to more people decide student jake with disrespect pleases the court and also if he's available suites with that we'll throw it a dungeon bale of jake and this is very apropos. Nico rights well session like. I'm sorry i was ready to jump in gala. what. I'm so sorry. Justices demand to the. I know you're right. The bailiff let me break into session. Excuse me here. You hear you now in session. The honorable supreme creek justices expert murphy. And tanner presiding bailiff. Jake lead realized. You may proceed nico rights. May it please the court but mostly bailiff shape because i feel like they right because i feel like you need a win buddy lose any tiebreakers. It's a nico interesting gambit. Here home games in one of my home games. My makes it an action to change weapons. We have characters with multiple weapons and in nearly every other campaign. I've been where people have multiple weapons. It sort of understood that we used video game rules in so far as isn't too terribly realistic to be carrying three magical weapons a great act javelin cetera. Am i right for saying that. This rule should be ignored for the sake of the rule of cool. I think in general. I would agree but i guess it depends on the weapons right like if you are like a two handed wielder if you've got a frigging and you wanna switch to a bow and arrow that that might require action. It's still seems harsh. Rules is written. I do think you you do need to take a moment to switch stuff we can. We can look this up but It might be rules as written thing. My first thought is like okay. If these are the rules of your world sometimes rather than being like Like i wish you might actually get cool. Moments out of this rule like grapple the weapons out of your opponent's hands then presumably they need to take action to get their next weapon out. It is very funny to picture somebody in the middle of battle royale. Hold on hold on hold on she. This and then pulled us out just like going through a big purse being cut. How so many. Check it second. Yeah pull out the bag of holding. It's in here somewhere. Sorry it's it's a really cool two handed blade. You're gonna love it so i'm greeting here. Actually i've gone to the forums. Everybody forums have cited the books so devils jerry. We can trust that so in the players. handbook when it talks about a free object interactions one of the things it says is that you can draw or sheath. A sword is an example of one of the things that you can do for free. Can you do both. Can you move a like if you if you just used your weapon kenu. She draws another one. That's really interesting so you might have to be like cool. I attack with my zwei hander. And she that this turn. And then next turn i draw my javelin trusting. Okay and you don't have to. She's the javelin because you just now just to clarify. Is the person asking the question for like someone who has to attacks so they will trying to attack with one weapon on one turn and then attack with another weapon on their second weapons. They don't mention they say we have characters with multiple weapons situation all. It's probably like let's say you're like let's say that the arena that you're fighting in is like you're fighting close combat but you take someone down and then. The next person is like far enough away. They're like okay. Maybe i'll try and hit them with my javelin. I think it takes all kinds all kinds of games and in our game personally. A chiller judge this. I guess you guys are fucking relaxed. Chill normal normal ass dude. Who knows person saying. I'm normal befall thing. Everyone says about me. That's why we call it. Mad pod normal. Dude a man. It's bad pod pod. Bad normal pod murph mad lad i think of nat. I definitely think of different right. Yes there games where you know when you hear this specific thing you're like oh this is way too crunchy. This isn't any fun but if you play in game like this there can be really tense. Situations from some games are a little bit more strict than us for instance like critical role if somebody wants to make a perception shekar an investigation check or something during a fight. That is their action. It will be like. I'm looking around and there's something very cinematic about that where it's like a scary situation. If there's an invisible creature in a cave fighting you and you have to use your whole turn to try to pull out a different weapon or to try to just do an investigation check to try to track it down. I get how you can feel kind of bogged down by some of that stuff but it also can lead to some pretty great moment so there's a trade on but i see why this deal would want to do this. Even though it seems too much. I think i think i kind of agree with that. I'm like that. I i totally understand where you're coming from but i can also see some fun moments coming out of it so like i don't know that i'm fundamentally opposed to it. Yeah if a dm told me that this was going to be like the house rule for the session. I would. I would prick a little bit i but like i think this is the sort of thing like once you take your medicine. You kinda see like how how it can be cool. Also i think. I think emily brought up a great point when i was reading. The rule of the idea of you can draw or sheath a sword as a free action Then leads into fun stuff. Where like you're in a battle dudes running at you. You have on this turn you do i shoot him twice with my show and then i pull out my sword and then you're ready for next turn so i would. I would bring this to your damn and be like. Hey this free object interaction. Can i ask this essentially prep my next turn and not necessarily do it mid turn. I think that's yeah. I think. I think that's what you do is. You're like okay. I used my. I use my sword. Took down the person in front of me and my sword and it's kind of fun because then next year and you start out with. I draw my fucking bow in. Oh what are they gonna do right just she. The're weapon at the end of every single trying to get your fucking morass every time you're allowed to do this. You're allowed to do this but you can absolutely fuck with it still although technically technically they're deanna saying that it takes an action so i guess we are kind of saying rules as written you. Can you do have a free. She thing or drawing on each turns you. Could maybe propose to your. Dm haywood if we met in the middle and instead of taking a full action we got to either draw or sheath like so. We're kind of like living in any more like high stakes. Object interaction world but maybe not as high state says it takes an action. I will say it'll definitely make your players more cinematic which will definitely cooler moments as mersad. Right yeah i think video game logic is we mostly use video game logic which works really well for us but some other people might thrive in more of like okay. We're sitting here. This is gritty. Were going to make it seem kind of real and then the moments feel smaller but bigger in in certain circumstances. I still say if you're living in a world where it's an action to get a new weapon. Then you guys just gang up on on your fighting one. Big person with some crazy nephrotic magical sword right do everything you can to get that sorted out of their hands and then they just what punch you love the idea of like optimizing character. Who's just good at stealing other people's yes battle battle master disarm people that stupid thing. I always wanted just like. I'm always like what teak their weapon away to me. It's very funny to picture. Just like running up in just punching someone in the gut and like try to steal even though they're like a nine foot tall glitch monster. Yeah that sword though so. I think i'm ready to wrap this up. I'm ruling in favor of the. Dm could take this too their gm. And i don't know where i rule. I think that. I think that like there could be cool. Things that come from that restriction so the. Dm isn't fundamentally wrong. But i do think that nico could be like. Hey what if we kind of in the middle. So there's like an option where it's like you. We have one one weapon interaction. Either sheeting or drawing turn. Would you argue that. This was a tiebreaker situation. Might be a tie-breaker situation for me. wow what did nico say about justice expert. I this is a kangaroo court. I call corporate mistrial back to us with one point of praise for each of us. That'd be great. Did say may it please. The court just people saying they specifically want to be to be pleased really. Well i'm a. I will say that. I am also nad. Pod never anger daddy. So i think that i'm going to rule in favor of the dm so ordered. What is it was a close one but go actually has to be punished. Unfortunate yet please me. It has to happen disney. Go after come up with something nasty about jake. Yes need to sit across from j get coffee and decided at least favorite thing punished at least favorite to least favorite thing so ten minute interaction coffee. Oh great divulge myself. We have to get to know each other. I'm also a little bit lake up like a little bit like wired from the coffee. I didn't realize more apt to be crushed. It's going to be a you guys leandra expresso. You're you're you're going to be able to have a weapon but it is going to be she at a coffee shop at better. be right. it's going to take you a full action to draw your blade to defeat say nico also feel free to write in next time. Maybe have choose between what was the worst of your two least favorite moments that homework homework. All right so ordered. We're moving onto the next case. Patrick ob writes dear honoured judges and whoever else is there. I guess oh tie-break don't know okay. One of the one of the other one other people to game the system tie-break you did this little smile so tight. It was like just little teeth. Tiny toothed smile. How do you make them so small. One of the other players in the campaign was playing a war forged named otto who's wearing heavy armor co an enemy spell caster used heat metal on autos armor but mottos player argued that we're forged integrate their armor into their bodies. It was part of his body and no longer an object and could not be targeted. It eventually devolved into the only shouting match. Between the the player we ever saw and serves this dark stain already for the phrase dark stain in your ineffable wisdom my god how what a writer. How would you rule the case of us. I mean every question shouldn't clues ineffable wisdom and dark stains off the highs and the lows there they are. gosh. I feel like i'm so biased because They named their were forged auto which is the same name that that's where keychains name used to be oh Wow yeah weird the weird thing. The player has done here is almost told on themselves. They've almost like gotten themselves into a worse situation. Because the dm could argue okay. Then i'll just fucking heat you then. There is no. You have no defense. That's what i'm one. Yes so they're like the armor becomes part of your body. So then what is your defense. Just that your body gets hot as fuck cassettes literally keep taking. That damage was the rule of pete metal. Is you take the damage until you drop the object. So i'm reading the page on were forged and they're actually less directly metal they're living steel and stone or formed from a blend of organic and inorganic materials. Route light cords infused without chemical fluids service. Their muscles wrapped around framework of steel. Dark wood or stone. I would say that if you'd like inc like metal armor and yourself you're probably fucked on that front but like if you went out of your way to say that it was not metal or something like that or like you had like some sort of specific leather armor that you would inc. Then like yeah. You're probably fine there. But it seems like they specifically like melded metal armor to themselves so so this this is what it says right here right so it says integrated protection your body has built in defense layers which can be enhanced with armor so you can still wear armor but one of the one of the racial traits of or forged is that they get plus one bonus to armor class but it also gives instructions on how you can don or doff armor so the award can be can take damage can be affected by things that affect your arm or whatever just as anybody else can and if if the war forged wants to argue that the armor is in their body. I would argue that. The dm could then say okay. That's how you want to play it. Then you heat up and you take because it says right. Yeah you feel. Pain like your. Yeah you're like circuits heat up as well as you've integrated this. I think i have really no opinion. On what the right answer is my only thought. Is that hearing this a little bit. Sounds like the dam was setting up kind of a cool moment to show vulnerability of this of this one super powerful character and that would have to work together to fix it Which could be wrong. Maybe absolutely not the situation but if it was the situation that does sound kind of cool. I like that setup. I definitely a mad at the for hurting poor sweet auto but i think that the rules might be in their favor. Gm should melt auto. No i. It's a huge pet peeve of mine when people play characters that it says on your sheet what your character can do. It says all of the things all the special things about that particular character if you start just arguing for rules because of the cartoon version of your character that you have in your head that doesn't exist in any basis in reality you. Don't you're turning this courts into a circus order. You'll wow there's our chill guy. There's our normal normal as dude right here. no. I think it's you know it's that thing of somebody arguing. Oh this haflinger door but me. A big goliath wasn't able to do it. That's not fair and it's just like well does the handling of twenty strength score because if so the fucking math adds up that is this is like when wolverine magneto for the first time magneto was like oh shit. You got metal in your. Yeah i got your number up. Yeah i think. That's why. I like the move from the because it just seems like a cool moment to happen so i'm just surprised that it turned into a hostile Think that being said if they were pulling this moment every fucking and just like using heat metal on them all the time. Obviously that would get old. But i like it just kind of reminds me of a kid. That's like you actually tag me. Because i have on me because i said time out soon as out out and actually i quit. I quit actually back in now. That i'm not. I feel like i got to own it. You gotta like number one. I don't think this deserves to be a dark stain. This is a blemish. at best. This is a miss colored blemish. There's a dark stain where auto was melted rights. I hate that. I agree with her. Fucking stand with normal s. Gosh dark steam. But from something. Fun like Spilling a drink out of reverie. That's nice oh like it'd be hard to get the weinstein's off of your metal frame bailiff jake. Where do you weigh in on this. I'm against wherever you guys are. So you stand with auto. I stand with auto catch more flies with honey jake. This corridor dark stain for that. Which is this is funny because it sounds like the player who submitted this is not auto it. Just it's just a waste yelling. Shiner trying to make sense of like typing this email as everyone shouts as they hear a pizza boxes launching slapping against windows. There's really no excuse for a shouting match during d. ever. Because even though. I think if i were the dm and this situation and i was yelling at me like you need to leave my house. That's part of what. Maybe what makes me ruled in favor of the. Because i feel like i can conceive of the war for being like oh like fighting for and being like actually this but after like three times you just gotta be like yes diem push back like twice and you have to do and sweetly an acute way and maybe slightly cheeky if the dam was fucking you over by using they were using heat metal and some kind of funky way where it was like. Oh since you're a war forge they're going to use it to Melt your hand in a way that you drop this jewel that you needed. That's the macguffin of the campaign and then they catch it and and teleport away. That would be fun. Just decided that they can't be targeted by the spell. Whereas i do think it's like it's like that wolverine magneto moment like oh you're so fucking stran- and here's this one situation and the rest of the team has to be like what are big. John warford don't worry we're going to save you but also gives you like a personal vendetta bill in like auto now has a reason to end this villain. They got this weakness against them. Yeah right yeah. You're just gave you a cool story arc. I think that's what i think but you never know if this was like the third time and they just were always invalidating your ability by throwing the heat metal on you. That would be a different story. I rule in favor of the. Dm here too. So this wasn't the the this wasn't auto writing incest. We punish this rodeo. No you still a mediator. Something weird mediator. I think we need to sentence auto auto auto is being ought to be in lava like terminator two. Wow that's an actual auto. The character gets dipped in lava. Say i like the cleaning up. The stain caused by revelry. I think we have to bill. Red wine on the carpet. Yes and then. This is really just the punishment for the job saying this the auto really apologetically clean it up. I don't want that's that's i. I would hate that with this player. Who submitted it works through like icebreakers and sort of like game so they can all get back into being friends again at stains not coming out. It's going to be like kind of a whitewash going to have to hire need a sentence. The player who plays auto to get a dark stain on their own carpet. Okay wow yeah just grandpa to leave the dam and the mediator out of this and put dark saints where they belong. Yeah we're going to show up at your door with a zesty red blend the carpet of the culprit. That's where or when we spill. You're gonna taste the in the air. That's how much we're going to spell it's a pass. Aerob- lays blend player who submitted. This needs to go to office house. Walk in the door of the apartment. Or wherever and just silent and pull. I magnum bob eye contact and that just barefoot fucking red blend all over the carpet go through your aunts wine closet. Biggest mag bottle. You can find bottoms. The entire thing has to empty so if auto comes and tries to upright a bottle you need to fight wrestle needs to be emptied. Because you can't explain yourself until after it you're not insult need Then share with us the audio of magnum bottle call on on someone carpet. You might run. Might have to leave a wine trail through the house. As you're being chased all in one place really good fun thing for like someone who's like like kidnapped onto a car and then they find wine bottle in the back and then they smash it and it leaks wine. That's cool awesome. Kidnapping him kidnap someone. Make sure there's no loose wine bottles in your trunk. Okay okay. what we're what we're here for is giving advice to if you're kidding out to use the wine bottle son. Who made it about tightening plan. I just wanna make sure. Everyone's informed the kidnappers side. We had a plan for escape. Thank kidnapper set a tighten up their security. I think is important for everyone to know all of their options. I'm just glad there. A- both sides are listening to the podcast. Yeah we appealed to members and kid nappies right so so ordered. Our next case comes from daniel. See they write. May it please the court in my campaign. i currently run. My party is investigating a smuggling ring run by a yuan ti half snake. Half human monster people. Their leader is a yuan ti abomination called the great mamba and as a job. She has known by numbers. Instead of names. Villain would henchman to squeeze for intel. They bound the fifth henchman. Known appropriately as mamba number five. What immediately followed was a violent rage. I had never seen before from my players. Our entire campaign one player fully logged off discord. Another called me a dumb ass for thirty seconds and my roommate threatened to move out and left. Our apartment without shoes on was joke. Really so bad. I knew it would be a little corny but did it did deserve such dramatics. Should i have chosen another name. Like monica or erica or still meet to log off right at first year. A little bit on their side. Like this is an overreaction. Yea there's still doing in the actually. It's really nice because sneaking in that mamba number five thing for us at the end almost like i've felt in that right now i'm sad i read so wild to me. That's been going for shoes off. Walk because you heard a joke. That was so bad. I do not believe the story. I i don't believe it either. I need verification. I need the discord logs data. Here show us the discord logs. Show us the shows the shoeless picture of your roommates. Show us the blood from your roommates. Feeders they ran outside. I will say in defense of the people who all left the game. It is very funny to do that. More funny than number five joke to. It's almost like they started going bigger than the joke because they still joke from you that they were. I think that they were actually playing into your bit in how they reacted guessing said. I'm not opposed to how enjoyable it would be to have someone named mambo number five. Be very serious character. I i feel like that's such a fun little gift from this. Dm that i feel like it would get a chuckle and everyone kinda razz them. But like i don't think we'd sign off. Yeah maybe if. I wasn't doing it as a job and i just thought it was funny. I might just sign off. We didn't have detector reschedule. Yeah yeah here's a question is like did they just fully ghost or was there a texter that followed were. The deal was like guys almost like the the the reaction the razzing. A of the joke got really big and out of hand. And that's i. I think i feel like it's all fun. Good in fun. That was the question is was this fun. Essentially was fine without shoes on just feels like a joe. Yeah the barefoot wine. This is classic gotham behavior of like like being like. That's it. I'm done and actually leaving. That's a good bit that's committing. You know what i mean. That's just go home. That is what my favorite disney character. Goofy them would do is always shoeless and leaving. I love it when goo goo from leaves mikhail's but again did anyone else feel this that you were on this person's side a little bit until the end of the joke right up until the end then you could just hear that and that made me want to leave the house with think i think i just think that it was like it was a fun. Little thing to throw in that could have that could have also been fun. And i think that your players are clearly your friends and they were also playing a joke to the. I think that like leaving the house without your shoes on is the counter spell to this joke. Perfectly orchestrated rebuttal. Dumb nothing wrong with it but we what your friends did was also funny. I think he's got a house. Full of goop. Foams is what i'm saying like. There's a lot of jokes that i think. A lot of people will say. I know i can say this myself. There are a lot of jokes. I say to murph that. I know there's a lot of jokes he says to me that i don't want him to sincerely laugh at sometimes. I really want him to roll his is. Yeah you got the ultimate rolling. Is you cut. You ruined the night you got three. Walk this rave upset people. That's true actually. Did this one hundred percents. That is for the exact reaction that you looking for. If anything they even ended you built on game of ping-pong and you guys are just hit back and forth through trick your friends into investing themselves in your goddamn world. I am by i stand by you. Name it mambo number five as a throwaway joke and then have them meet a really gruff world-weary mambo number five. Yeah i i think that's what they were doing. I think the only way this would have been funnier is if all just laughed and continued laughing and laughing joke dude. We saw a number three and four. I had no idea what was coming before taking my turn. Just want to say. I'm still fucking chocolate at that number. Five jobs just like a plus shoes on. I'm staying here. i'm not running. Think we'll rule in favor of your friends. Who ran away. I think that he wanted to say gave the honorable answer. The one that validated. I think you want in that respond. You wanted you wanted an eye roll and they themselves right out of your ultimate grown. Y- you really acted out a grown. So they must be punished for this. Really okay maybe. You're not the any more and lou bega. is there. yeah very busy. I'm sure so that we could always just have them get blasted by a blessing. Grandma ref maybe lady that the blasting grandma well yeah. The grandma's name is grounded number five. All right. Excellent so ordered. Its emily here to talk to you about stamps. dot com. Are you still going to the post office. Still paying full price for postage. Well thanks to stamps dot com. You don't have to anymore whether you're a small office or a freelance artists sending invoices a side hustle. 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Technically the odds are slightly better than fifty percent when you roll the death saving throw but he bought a cool coin so we all agreed just to have fun except now. He's telling us that he's flipping the coin for us and if we go down he won't tell us the results of each flip so we have to sit in suspense to see if we died or not. I guess i'm asking should the dm have this sort of holdover are characters fate. Thank you for your consideration. That's really yes. They almost had me. We're on board with to having me when he was really on board with it until the fact that you actually don't see the result this is new. This is very new. Dm stuff where you think that you need to have control over everything. So he sounds like he wants to be able to hide it so that he can save a character if he needs to feel like. There are better ways to do that. Like you can have people give help. Actions are you can. There are ways that you don't completely deflate the stakes dean. I guess i wondered. I wondered if they were doing this. Rule to build the suspense. But i think that knowing. The death saves the suspense still builds up totally. It's builds it more because you can trust that they're not lying or something or fudging because then when someone dies then you're just like i didn't even see the flips the have like i like rolling for deaths. There's more suspense in that. Like with a coin. You could also call you. Know they flip a coin and you make the call feel a little more. Yeah that's cool. That's cool jake. That's cool all right. Yeah creative bailiff j. I'm giving up my seat. He got a little short but he played on you trip on the rogue hit my head on that i have a coin that has like a one on one side at twenty on the other and it's got a skull on it. I'm holding it up on the hog slammer if you flip this thing to see whether you liver died. That's fucking cooler. I like that aspect of it does it does suck the you. Don't get the net twenty chance of popping backup one. Yeah wasn't get the two deaths saved fails at at at one right to get it a little bit. Yeah but i will say cool. Coin kinda makes up for it. I'm not against that house roy. If you wanna do a cool coyne. i'm pro coyne. I'm not against the house. Will i do agree though you should be. If they wanna flip it you should still be able to call heads or tails. And i think that. Maybe they should know the outcome because like whether they're doing it to save a character or if they're doing it to build suspense like i just feel like no matter what it's always suspenseful. It's as suspenseful. It needs to factors into how you use your action economy. Because if somebody has three death passes and they're stabilized. You don't necessarily have to heal them as much as you need to somebody who has to death fails. I'm gonna flip this coin to see if jake will remain a judge or return to being the only call it one or twenty called. You're doing this behind the wink wink. You're doing behind the screen of going by the ems rule called. Well i want you to think carefully about what has this. Coin lands wing. Yeah jacob think honestly and of course. We're all being honest here. Because why would we need if we want you to call whether it's a one or twenty and then also which judge you want to replace. Yeah here we go flipping. I gave up my seat and wandered into the audience. But that's why. I want to serve on the bench with you. Twenty caldwell i gave you to sit on the bench with my nemesis. I'm holding it up to the cameras at twenty. God now unseated. I gave you a chance. Jesus i her with do solemnly swear that i will support and defend the players. I couldn't i couldn't things jake. The court would go to shit without me all right. So what are what is our ruling. We're against this dm coin. I guess they're damn going out. I'm rolling in favor of the. I'm really in favor of the player. I think that they're instance. Are right there like those really nice that they were like they are a new. Dm like really trying to give an an earnest context for the situation. So i'm willing to play over the labor in favor of the player in flavor. This sweet little. Damn in order to remedy this. I think really talk up the coin like re just go in there and be like guy love in the coin love note. I note i note. Actually sorry sandwich. Sorry notes one. Note is an awesome idea stuffed. Oreo what if we did it in front of the board and we did it so that we could actually play the game correctly. Number three coined. What an idea. And i love we give it up for the coin. Flip a coin to let you know that. I love the coin so the only one point coin mccoy calling card the coin on on the on the cred court coin replaces called. I replace called coin. Replaces me so called. Coit koldo you would hear the lie blatantly. Lie about what the coin said. And you told the truth with with your stark behavior you deserve to be beheaded replace. I'm being punished this time. Yes punishment is call. Coleville headed to punish for trying to insert a coin toss judgment but i must stand by my. I thought it was too much when i was gonna get insulted by a player punishment for the table too because no one wants to have the killed someone their game. That's you're gonna have to do it. You're gonna have to get that big quarter. From batman. The batman hasn't the bat cave. And you're going to have to roll it right over my head. You live by the quarter. He die by the gordon. And of course instead of instead of being the one who makes the ruling as to swing historic. It's these random as one coin has to swing sweeping on any of this campaign. I looked towards his say. Don't give me any quarter. And then everyone leaves and it saves you know. Yes there you go. Don't give me any cord. explain the joke to me. Give me no quarter. That's like You know don't hold back okay. Gotcha very fun. Should i explain it again. Times taking it back. You just have to listen to explain that joke every time you flip a coin than if you get a bad call. Let's say that honorable all right. We'll say heads is one twentieth tales. That's the twentieth tales. Okay joke congratulations. Go all right. You should be expecting a knock on your door in five four three two one. I'm outside let's get to it gavel Sweet guys why don't we go ahead and do one more. Yes sounds great. This final case comes from joseph. Da may it please. The court and the lowly bailiff. I like them. I like their vibe. I humbly request your ruling on. Dm verse barbarian. My party recently fought a group of ladron. The barbarian in my party was raging. An i d m had. The autumn ladron cast calm emotions on the barbarian to break her age. Our barbarians said she could be raging conway. I countered still specifically says you become indifferent to a creature of the casters choice and you cannot be raging against someone indifferently. She protested saying rage isn't really about emotion which just seems absurd to me and i argued that it is the same as being counter spelled just for different ability was i on the right or do i have a horrible punishment. Awaiting me thanks. We need to be concerned. But i think we might be on your side here. Let's go ahead and common. And let's look all look up rage because i actually. I don't hate the players argument here because I get you use the word rage and you're like yes. Of course that's emotional. But the white barbarians use. It is sort of like a battle trance ability that they have right like. I'm super mad. Although it fun it's another thing like almost like with the heat metal on the war forage. It's like i kind of i like i like 'they idea. Obviously if they did it frequently that would be annoying but doing it once. It's kind of like this fun thing. Okay rage in battle you fight with primal ferocity. Oh primal to me says not emotional right. Prime was like this is instinctual deep inside lizard brain. Your rates lasts for one minute ends if you are knocked unconscious or if your turn and you haven't attacked a hostile creatures since your last turn were taken damage since then. Okay so that sounds thought. Yeah i think that rules as written it would not have it would not have ended the rage how ever perhaps based on what calm ocean said if you could have gotten them to not attack a hostile creature that would have ended the rage. Oh yeah. I just think that the phrase primal ferocity doesn't sound like emotions to me. It's like something deeper than that but the other the alternate is that you make a target indifferent about a creature of your choice that hoste. That seems closer to me right where it's like. Hostility is definitely tied to rage. Yeah yeah. I think. I think that as much as i actually think it was like a really cool. Move from the dm. I think that may be the player. Might have been right because primal ferocity doesn't read like emotions to me however. I think that you could have if they failed. The save made them not hostile to a target and in which case they wouldn't have attacked and then they would have lost age. I think rule of cool has to go both ways. Yeah it has to be to a street like this. I think the gotcha like maybe argue out of it but like it just on paper make sense and like maybe. This character plays their barbarian. A super cool. Like kind of like passive radiator but it seems like they were kind of like scrambling a little bit when they said. That rage doesn't have to be emotional. It also says you attempt to suppress strong emotions in a group of people. It doesn't say you suppress like anger or something like that. So i would still say that you are putting yourself into some kind of emotional states to rage whether that be anger whether that be he some kind of focus. Although i guess you could argue that being super focused would make you unemotional. I just think primal. I think that rule like like the descriptions primal ferocity doesn't feel like emotions to me so i do actually side with the player but i do think that the dm had a really cool move though so i. I do want to acknowledge that. Right siding with the player. Yeah i would take my lick riva's barbarian. Yeah i think are the barbarian. I would've just been like okay. I'm not ready to in fact take the fact that fighting though take damage and the fact that it's called rage. Does you know i. It does hint at a bloodlust it more than hence it it heavily with emotions were able to make it not hostile to a creature and then they didn't attack anyone that turn they would have lost the rage. You gotta use it or lose it. Exactly there is a there is a by the books version of where comic emotions does lose range. I think it also depends on if the player trying to argue argue. Their way out of this one thing. I think that's not super fair. The player could have a good argument if that was their thing the whole time if they had essentially re flavored rage to be like i'm from alfred of place where we like get super focused. We're it is like very clinical the way we do battle then. I think you have an argument there where it's like. Oh i'm not emotional. But my guess is most barbarians. Play it like. Yeah i'm going through fucking cut and dudes. I'm gonna agree that the role play would have an effect. I do side with the player. However i would need to know the situation on the role play because if this characters you know everyone kind of comes up with a reason why they rage and how they rage and what makes them rage if this person's story is i'm like really angry about this thing and like i come my chest and get to an emotional base than i think that maybe the player should definitely have suspended that but if they're like no i come from like a family and we get into this battle frenzy like. I think that it would be fine for them for you to be like okay. Maybe that's not emotions. Maybe that is more of like a primal ritual. Yeah right listen to a bunch of evanescence and like paces around and they like to attack the night. I think that that's some wiggle room there. I think i'm going to rule with the dm. Because i do think that a the fact that it gets a saving throw and stuff. It allows for a chance of success. I think there is some wiggle room here because there is no exact ruling for it and it does depend barbarian to barbarian. You're barbarian is going in there. Getting super angry and using their anger to be a fierce fighter which is what the class implies then. I think that would work if you have. A re skinned barbarian. That is different than that doesn't work on the information provided side with but i could see cases where the play. Yeah it's either if someone's barbarian like instead of like instead of going into a rage like they were just like i i chug an energy drink. Go into battle condom motions. Wouldn't stop that. Yeah you need to stop their heart. Which would probably not be too hard. Red bull gives you wings so it's actually which transitions greater to our rebel ad. Yeah i it's very cool to figure it either way like if the the barbarian just keeps running after the spell is cast on them because they are just of bar burien who like has a calm focused that like it's a very cool moment but also if the like the wizard castle motions and stops them dead in their tracks. It's cool either way. What i'm saying is that you did a cool thing. But i think i have to rule. The dmz dm is the person who submitted okay. Great yeah yeah. I think that. I think i side with the player. Just because i think the phrase primal ferocity isn't enough. I don't know enough about the role. Play of your character. And i i would say in addition to the role play aspect the type of barbarian that you were. Oh whether or not. I thought it worked. Because there's some types of barbarian. Like i know that there's like one based off storms. I want to say based off of animals. In which case it seems like their rage comes from a more like primal almost ecstatic chamonix kind of place right rather than their own emotions. So i think that would also have a factor. I would still say that like a bear is mad if you like grabbed one of its comes like that. I see what you're saying. Certainly if like your ancestral guardian show up then like certainly different than being like. Yeah i mean yes embarrassed angry. But like i don't know maybe it's still just like not as much your emotion. I do think you shot. That's yeah. I think that's the real way to test. If if the if the players is being honest here is. Let's look at their sub type of class. Because i don't think he'd be angry and also hurricane. I just motions the way. He said that murph it sounded like you were hitting on someone being like. What's your sub-class awesome. So sorry this is so far later succumbing. Sorry i'm meeting someone here. Well i guess. We're going to need for our lowly bailiff two-way and jake if you could stop chugging that red bull and wyman in a race card going off rampant. He's fluke talking. Do i have to actually rule. I really facilitate the cases. I you know. I think from playing jilin. I used to never really think of him. As like actually being superman but i did. I did say that. I was getting up. Sit so right. There's an. There's emotion. Right there i i don't know i guess i'm closer to emily though we're like i kind of think the players right but also i wouldn't have thought it. Yeah yeah that is. See if i were okay. Let's say hypothetical situation. I'm playing javelin and this does this. It's kind of a funny moment to lose your age because you got really calm. So it's like the instinct lean. Because i think that's a good idea and like it's a fun woman. Selena into but i understand where the players coming from. Yeah i just want the player really needs to look into their heart and be like do i actually believe this or am i trying to get out of like a lot of these questions are like okay. Tell me what are you actually getting fucked over by your dm or are you just like. And i think that's also where it like. The role play at like how players role played. How that player usually is. That's like the call that you're making. It's totally about row. Play right because if there's something like i dunno if something would influence you one way or the other if if something would just like ever so slightly tip you towards like one decision over another one. There are like spells that affect your personality in that way and certain characters are more or less violent certain characters are more or less you know lawful or chaotic or whatever so row play does affect this so we can't properly all we can do is kind of work with what we have here which is like if you were to take your average barbarian would you say. Rage is an anger thing. I think in a lot of cases it is a lot of players who who want to play like unique characters that may go against the grain. Could make the argument that that their characters does not do that. But just based based on what we got here. I'm role at the dm. So i guess like the diem. The ruling was for the dm. But we split. Because we allowed bailiff jake to weigh in honorable virtuous bailiff. Nice clear concise case. Now we have a hung jury. Because we let fucking changed my jury's hong so i think that i maybe should be punished again. Yeah okay it's only fair. It's only fair asked to be punished. Are you really being punished. Likes punish me. We all wanted wanted to bad. Punish me. I have an ashtray. Yeah okay they both get calm. Emotions cast on them and spend a really nice afternoon together. Picked watching the flu tug tug. I think they got a flu. Talk together to talk to fluke talk and then called. We'll have to pour out a magnum bottle of wine on his own. Another thing to do can do it on the kitchen tile sorry. He's got to be all right. Everybody thank you so much. You're listening for this week or a. You know what i was gonna say. is out of session but or quotas journed court is in recess. Because we're gonna be getting more over an hour patriot. Patriot dot com slash nad pod. That's any deep. Eod don't sing yet. You wanna hear me banging his gavel. You're gonna have to wait yeah. Does anybody have anything they would like to plug here for. Three black half links podcast episode with merry and pippin so cool. It's an insanely jealous. I told her. 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827 - The Dusty Plant | All Intros of Thanks

Sleep With Me

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827 - The Dusty Plant | All Intros of Thanks

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It's incredible gang trouble. Staying sleeping will welcome. This is sleep with me. The podcast puts you to sleep. We do a bedtime. The story is you need to do is get in bed or not like suppress play. I'm going to do the rest. What I'm going to attempt to do is create a safe place where you can set aside? Aside whatever's keeping awake whether it's thoughts feelings physical sensations at time temperature like the travel whatever's keeping you awake could be thinking it's all based stuff it could be physical based if if physical feelings emotions Could could be a situation like you're on the road or something. Whatever it is I'm GonNa try to like? I don't know if you can send them trying to craft and smooth out this safe place where I can take your mind off or whatever that is or you could let your shoulders relax brush here. I'M GONNA brush it a dirt off your shoulder. The older here in other things I'm GonNa do is send my voice across the deep Durkin item. News of lulling soothing. EA Creaky Dulcet. Jones rusty meanders as Paul Bay from the Big Lupu likes to say creaky me anders even also dust commanders are probably dusty to say. How did they get so dusty? You've never dusted them. And I still just sitting around here commander and I don't know how they had them ever. Does that happen. Anybody else be anybody anyone you see how they cover like I have a plant. Am One of okay. Let's come back to that. The dusty plant. There's a book already written in could already right itself is a dusty plant okay. Maybe that'll be episode coming up Okay where was a it says my finnity for Paul Bay. Biglou podcast Oh the INTRO. A women do if you're new. I'M GONNA try to a keep you company while you fall asleep now. Despite guests doesn't work for everybody a few tries you might have. I try to figure it out. Were expected to be more mystical or magical in. I'd say well is it. 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New listeners and remind regular listeners is safe place And then that's when the Leinster start to get swayed squiggly and swiftly and it might be a little wigley there might be a new word for me. It also could be another M- yet another map a bit today I spent a lot of these intros inventing book titles in Muppets Thinks Wigley though is involved with Gremece and not the muppets though that might have been the commercial arm of them up. It's the you know they were just Bryant. You know they say well. It's branded content as they call now have no idea what I'm talking about Eh But if you're new is one thing says so the interests me. It's kind of like your party. A brief be pre bedtime routine or your pre pre sleeper. Sweep routine you throw it on. You start brushing your teeth and kind of ramble in UC. Okay Save Police. Correct crusty meanders creek. No crusty meanders believing believing. That was a joke. Don't worry nothing crusty about this show. It's creaky in dusty in. It may be symbolically. Rusty would neck rusty at all. So don't worry about that. Sorry about using that word and then reusing it. You know trying to perjure for my brain average meanders early along the long winded way of me explaining the podcast Reminding you the primary purposes for it to be a safe if place where you could set aside whatever keeping you awake. Yeah but here's the next thing. Oh wait is going to tell you about this structure but let me switch to the. But here's the thing. It's not an active setting aside. I'll do the setting aside for you so there's no rusher for you to pay attention. I'll say hey let me set aside for you got a Dui here you're a Anacostia to put it on in a rubbed it crushed right off of therefore you won't even notice it in the morning so don't worry about it So so you don't need to pay attention to this podcast but there's also no pressure fall asleep I say. Hey let me Let me just give me your attention for a few minutes. You really need to listen to me but I'll be here the whole time. It's to keep you company whether you're waker sleep Whether you wake up in the middle of the night or you're just having a little trouble getting she settled in. I'm you're here to help your boyfriend. And so this is kind of structure. Show interrupted the structure of the show for some points joints. And then. So there's the intro is in. There's the story portion where tonight we'll be talking about as a good place will be we re kind of recapping the details he an asset In some factories they came up fun. Facts I gotta look most words in the dictionary but Some stuff that came up in the episode in a really sleepy meandering way. It'll be this is a good place to sleep. A isn't then the show ends with some thank. yous there's also business between the INTRO. A story part So that's Like a short church show in this is here to help and you see what qualifies you to tell bedtime stories. We'll have a dusty plants as a is It did it did just like in a A and I say I don't know what to do about it If if if if the one thing about podcasts as you can be Walmer bowl in relatable this is the truth a half a plant in its dusty in supplant was a lot of leaves. It's some sort of I think gets a Bush but it's it's some sort of flowering as saying in a store in a has a lot of leaves and they said they said this one does really well under most circumstances and have been trying to keep it watered and talk to it and it had been relocating and then the recently took a look at it and he said it's leaves we're pretty dusty in in a like a a have air filter that. It whatever you call that saying Eh is illegal. My windows open like breeze. Of course like They hid may air filter. Hadn't changed out so they didn't have that running. So that's right where the dust I came from was outside inside or something in something he could really to in here. So we'll just. We'll pretend this is just a metaphor. Unfortunately it's not for May but You know I I said well it's a you're pretty dusty and I say let me move closer to the window and actually sometimes you can be empowered. I said Okay A.. And eat what I need is one of those misters That'll take care of the dust. If I get a Mr in even a world where there's like you talk to a speaker in order things and get on the Internet for some reason sometimes for me at least this can seem like an incredible task in this is not. I'm not playing this. Somebody said where the heck and Mr off to go to the hardware store to do that now. Meanwhile there's a family owned nine of my family doesn't own it but a family owned hardware store Rabea Rabea where I do my grocery shopping but they have different parking lot so I said well I have to go. How many can even get to that like In this as you know going into hardware store so you have you feel so hard you know. I'll never get a Mr. And they said Okay scoots those to dial. Let's just we gotta go to the main the big grocery store. Let's put it on a shopping list. Maybe they have a Mr like a spray bottle with missed setting not just a spray bottle. Because I've made aid that mistake before with missed missed ability maybe they have one of those at the grocery store and then he said well. Then I'm GonNa make a grocery who lives in a shopping list Is it will you do. Just tell the speaker and the speaker makes a shopping list so I did. I said okay. I think I could do that. I think this is called repairing or something so I did that and then I was at the grocery store in ahead a couple couple other things because they don't like going to the regular grocery stores just too much going on and too many brands. Li like a uh-huh snow ski cake can stick around. I mean when I was a kid does amazed that there was an interior. I I I L- of sugared cereals but now I say It was just kind of whatever so but but I got there and check the APP and I said Oh spray bottle before we go let me check. I can see if there's this spray bottle in talk about synchronicity. Lo and behold not only was her spray bottle. It was the last one it had instructions. Instructions printed on the bottle did describe its ability to mist in. It was a smaller bottle which was nice because I said well. I'm just GONNA use this to spray awesome. PAYPAL ants Maybe ideally I would watch a youtube video I to learn how to spray panicked plants. I didn't do that though in. So that was a victor out. CEOS Wilson Moral Emotional victory yet to spray bottle home now. This has been. Meanwhile g time had elapsed. Emily you know co Short shorting thing. So since the first time I noticed the dust time had elapsed since this sprayer just packaging it in a meandering in story because it's even longer than angering story in so the knife filled up with water tested misting out and missed it some of the other plants. That weren't as US TV and I said what are you doing right to this other plants to it. You know I love how your leaves. Don't accept a dust so easily and then I got the old dusty the point In missed it. I said I hope. He's a Gif. Sur It's just so like soon as you see your thought process sooner like man. This is pretty ridiculous when you talk about it how loud but said hope. I hope this will make this all these problems go away. Alas it did not But it did. I think the plant did say. Hey thanks for that. Miss fell pretty good in. I think it did pocket some Laker. Geico you know did cause us to concentrate so I think it would I gotta do is like Wipe off the dust. But nobody told me this when I when when when I was at the grocery another trader. Joe's buying this plant they said. Hey by the way you're about to. This isn't just all you know you're all all or nothing thinking about plants there's GonNa be some middle roads here and so some plants get dusty. I think that was editor John Denver and were saying that he sang was one of the muppets. I think some plants get dusty and this hairs dusty plant it was does a classic and I guess they didn't learn as a life lesson in some plants have to be wiped. I think it would have been better song for me so I will wipe that plan eventually if the the blank hear me You know eventually I'll wipe you. Don't worry I But it is a lot of leaves so I'm going to have to think about that for awhile. Oh Wow and that meandering stories. Why that was that to a qualifies me make asleep podcast Because this is again things you can see what I I must be thinking about late at night instead of sleeping. If this is how these are the I mean these are just the minor challenges some confronted with at the time. They do seem pretty major. I mean you can relate to me I really feel free. who or if you have someone in your life you could? I'd say wow you really you have an emotional impact from a dusty plane. Sit naturally I mean yeah like six weeks of emotional impact in Inde- now I've shared it with the world. Luckily a a no you listeners. who well enough to say? There's other people with steepling. It's out there. I'm not alone on and you're not alone whether it's dusty plant or leaky pipe or you're in a hotel or the person you love is out of town or you're dealing with something. I'm here to help in this well. This doesn't help everybody you know I'm trying to be the friend to the people I can in a distracting contracting goofy. Friend it to take your mind off stuff Kazibe. Honestly you're better off sleeping than thinking about the frigging dusty dust on your plants in that was like the unreleased Alexa version. Is I was like the last thing when John Denver. They switched from Acoustic River bottom of fun time band came in and they did in electric assured verse where they said just go to bed. Forget the frigging dust on the plants. You know I think that's what he said or maybe. It was like a battle band battle where John Denver Verse River. Time riverbottom. Fun Fun time band anyway. I'm here to help. That's my point because then they're in a really truly believe you deserve a good night's sleep. I'm going to give it my best Chad Give it by gas if you try if your new see if it helps. I'm glad you're here. Appreciate your time and it worked very hard. Strive Avenue and help you fall asleep all right in. Here's a couple of ways we keep the show going. Hey everybody if you check out our merch store lately we've got a pillowcases pillowcases. 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That's where I'm going to attempt to do is create a safe place where you could set aside whatever's keeping your wake whether it's thoughts feelings physical basical sensations do stuff that's keeping you awake Something something you know event or just really generalized agenda whatever's keeping you awake miss. We've been mumbles napping. Get your thoughts out. Sometimes not being able to be heard Senator Understood And of that happens you have is to me but whatever it is to take your mind off then send my voice across a deep dark knight. How many US allowing Soothing Creek dulcet tones? Rusty meanders faded sleep dust extras and as AMC pointy of other things to try to keep you company here. Smooth out a safe place rubbed out bad. It do rubbing and patting motion like you do like the comedy comedy. They say can you rub your head and Pat your feet or whatever they say a a test to determine if you're droid or NAT You know bb can't do that but Whatever it is? I'm here to help you fall asleep. And if your new let me give you structure show and let me just give you a heads up despite guests is a bit different if you're new so give it a few tries. I'm not asking asking you to reserve or withhold judgment Till you've given a few tries but just keeping your mind it's it's a bit different. It's it's not so much much sensible and clear and understandable. It's very silly and goofy and as I say I get Creaky Creek. You dulcet tones Do here's what the funny thing about. The podcast is it. I've learned from listeners is May Creek Elsa tones they grow on on you as they put you to sleep in my humor Be People become quickly immune to it and then they fall they see. Well it Kinda Smile Eh. Sometimes when I listen. Hey because they're so surprised actually tried to be too hard to be funny. I'm just being myself but Don't worry once you get to know me you'll you you won't laugh out loud at me. You'll just given knowing smile as you drift off into dreamland so if your new give it a few tries to structure show starts off with a few minutes of business. That's how we keep to podcast free in actually the way we keep it free is listener. Say either either go to our website or become a patron and support sponsors. So thank you to everyone. Doing that's That's a bad guess. He's Free He. Then we have an intro inches around twelve minutes or so and when I say so I mean anywhere from nine to seventeen minutes. Maybe maybe more and do where I try to make a metaphor about podcast In described maker like let new. It's all new listeners about the podcast podcast and a concise way and since they don't do that then Just Kinda just talk and try to get to the point and they get distracted so yeah. That's a rusty meander part A.. And so so. So that's the intro kind of a show in show a a lot of people. Listen to it as they're getting ready for bed or I'm hearing for more people that listen to it we get a little During the day if you need a little chill out obsession in traffic or something comes up at work you say okay. Let me listen to a little. SCOOTS is some people's. Oh skift intro. And those are the people can't usually patrons or they sports sponsors But some people just give the intro goose straight to the story ooh some people fall asleep during the intro So that's The intro part then at then. There's a bedtime story part. Tonight's where we're GONNA be talking to a butterfly. Yeah who's been on the show quite a few times Bernie the butterfly. We'll be talking to Bernie and we'll you'll get to know Bernie. I so if you if you don't who burning the butterflies don't worry I'll explain it to you and they'll be about forty five minutes in the show Angeles some Dank us in good nights and in between between the intro and the stories some business to So that's that's a structure show even though the podcast to put you to sleep you. There's no pressure to fall asleep. I'll be here the whole time to keep you company and like I'll be your friend to talking to you as you drift off Dreamland at Your Leisure Leisure walking at your side sitting near your bed or garage far away from your bed. Whatever you wish or in another room in you'll be able to hear Mr the walls you know kind of like if you were a kid in your parents are watching a show you had no interest in and it was allowed enough that you could hear it in your room in so you didn't really care 'cause it was like a I don't know what that show that would ban For me dynasty or something and a prime missed out I said holy potential Plot lines and crushes an in things in or Dallas. Or you think there was one other one but You know there's just asleep so I just here You know murmuring through the walls but it wasn't like her watching something like Remington steel that I said that I can't believe my mom's watching Remington Steele. Why can't I stay up late enough to watch REMINGTON steele or moonlighting? Those are all show old show. So don't worry about it. If you know to tell you about you know what I mean though. The experience of murmuring television. That's right on that spectrum where doesn't doesn't get on your nerves. That's what I'm shooting for now. I don't hit that target for everybody but as they can mean like sometimes there's a sounds in the night you too and that's what this podcast is trying to replicate where you could just ally their annual listen with like something on the positive side of neutral research. I see okay. I'm just in the moment here and Malayan here and I can hear the sound of the TV or maybe it says similar sound outside or maybe it's aspired gas and you say well McCain a relaxed Almost like a third party observer which ensue observing scoots his brain from From the outsides. Quaeda the experience and eventually the thing is. You're just observing me in I engage you Just enough they observe me but not so much that you say well. Why can't Sav Latch in this? This is not riveting thing so you you could just lie there and drift away as there's no pressure falsely. There's no pressure to listen. I'll be here the whole time. And one of the the reason there is because they've been there and sometimes it's because you can't. I can't sleep because of thinking. Sometimes it can't get may temperature correctly Sometimes it's it's whatever you know sometimes you you just don't feel great. He's a kind of neutral way to state it. And you say you can't you can't Koito my finger on it I don't know if that's Malays In a it's been a while since they talked about Malays which is kind of like It's a think Malays is a nice word because it's not to intense. It's just a right right amount and also I'm not positive what it means and there's also a lot of jokes haven't said about Malaysia. Now I can reuse Like if you go to Renaissance Fair you could say he Good Afternoon Malays. Instead of in you couldn't even it doesn't even have to be. It can be fun way instead of saying whatever my ladies. Whatever or yeah if you go to lake bridge our Or you're hosting any BINGO like local retirement community Eh. Natta you could just go everybody Malays or if you're GONNA have snack and some chips you could say maybe you're looking very tasty Malay's ace also company wants to pay me millions of dollars for that Maybe I'll think about it or you could say something like me. Think going me lays down. This sounds a little too. That's too goofy for me Malays or if I think maybe the funniest thing or did I talk about this like if you had lasers I if your best friend was a laser you'd say Malays as Me and my could be. You're like Autobiography to me and Malays. WHO's famous laser figuring laser history? Really I mean my brain is nagging to come up with an answer but I mean I know. They're working on that in the movie real genius but that was fiction and of course this laser history. No like if your best friend was the actual laser. You'd see it's just me Malays It's informal I don't know if that's a Jaren but it's informal he like otherwise you'd say my laser her and I think my brother. I think this is strike. Come up to last. Talking about Malays is a I know a couple of people with the last name Qaiser and One of them is my brother's friend. His nickname was laser keizer. Now's friends with his cousin Kyle in the laser case or if he is my friend call Malays you know it. Here's some think about think about befriend H- yeah about building the world. We want to see how about befriending some lasers in. That's all I can about those who well. Maybe not. I mean maybe I shouldn't Start pointing fingers at laser pointers. which does kind of do get on my nerves but maybe say Hey Malaysia? Let's let's find a better use for you in some. What did because he made those Christmas lasers So I guess I don't use that this holidays because they did have those Christmas lasers research Baltimore July Twenty fifteen now. Maybe twenty. Fourteen didn't use him in two thousand fifteen or twenty four. No I did want to fifteen. I didn't and use them with sixteen and seventeen. I did only twenty sixteen to my neighbor complain about it upstairs neighbor. Instead could you cute those lasers out of my apartment and they just can't give them a look like it just sounded like that is is with Christmas as irs It could try but it can't make any promises you know because ski sane and stuff like that. But here's the thing that's why I make the podcast If a if a Malays means what I think it is I'm familiar with that And I got a case of this week in in on Lake Blake whatever you call it on a anchor he said. Where'd this come from Nashville new? Not so hot. He's way I'd say in. I'm doing a lot out of a writing in the morning after the night so I say what you wrote that stuff on paper say oh yeah like It looks like he spilt some delays all over that page. And I don't know I guess I'm sympathetic both a little boy that lives inside me. Figuratively of course in the winter is a little one That who I am but for you if you're sleepless sleepless in maybe it's something unrelated to any of that Maybe it's just a one night only thing you're on a trip or whatever A feel for you because I I think you deserve a good night's sleep in without a lot of hassle or rigmarole and even when you're in into kind of the Malays zone is I can give him. I guess when I use it when I'm re empowering by thinking about walking the streets with cool laser in elbowing each other other and laughing. I feel pretty good about Malaysia. Also certain Sova. Maybe I just have two podcasts. Insurers which true by helping you think it gives me a little space to say. Hey man you're nets only person 'cause you're not either in. I want you to get a good nate. Sleep in a Ho- Bacon how that doesn't work for everybody like icee in ninety nine percent listener. Say Give it a few tries. See if it works for you but I really hope it does say strive in a urine to help you fall asleep. Thank you for coming by everybody wanted. Did you a little bit of a friendly competition here One huge way to help the show is this. Read the word and ask people to actually subscribe in Apple podcasts. or whatever APP Google podcasts. Or whatever I choose to subscribe in spotify whatever in I wanted to just to make a friendly competition. That's a huge way sort shows shows just let people know and say hey check out. This gas subscribe to it's in right now Australia Iceland Malta and New Zealand or where the show is growing most so thanks. Everybody in Australia New Zealand Iceland Malta Holy Mackerel in he. And I'd like to see we'll do this for the rest of the summer and then as we did in Sweden we took the title a couple of years ago. AL figure out something fun to do who is any other country world. You know you start spreading the word wherever you are and will see reflected and keep up the good work to era Malta Iceland Sweden Zealand. Thank you great. Help US show in. Let's see how it goes thanks. Everybody here. You up all night tossing turning adding nine racing trouble getting to sleep trouble. Staying Asleep will welcome. This is sleep with me. The podcast put shoot asleep. We do with a bedtime story you need to do is get in bed. Turn out the lights impress play. I'm GONNA do rest what I'm going to attempt to do is create a safe place where you could set aside whatever is keeping you awake Whether it starts you're thinking about Feelings emotionally that are coming up Physical sensations or any other stuff. You know you might be traveling. You may have work like changes in schedule. Whatever it is I'd like to take your mind off too key to distract you you and if you're new give this podcast if you try so it's a little bit different in? 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You deserve a good night's sleep Because I've been there is early last night and not being able to fall asleep or oh this is one of my favorite ones when you fall asleep for like eighteen minutes and then you wake back up NEC that's when it's surreal. That's when it's really not funny because she how did I fall ahead. Trouble Falling Asleep is then I fell asleep but then I woke up and I can't remember Boy this way make your show. Because I've been there I know what it's like And I'd like to help those you they can so women do is attempt to earn your trust with at safe place. I'm GonNa send my voice across the deep Derek. I'm GONNA use these Greek Dulcet. Tones rusty meanders if Aidid sleep dust that a guy you know aftermarkets at night. You know ninety nine cents store sleep dust. It was a bargain so I bought audited in bulk also bought some an Ebay to lie. I said is it when you say it's a lot of asleep. Dust like you said is wordplay or is I mean a lot He ended that one. 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#C175 (chief of staff to chilblain)

The Dictionary

13:03 min | 4 months ago

#C175 (chief of staff to chilblain)

"Hello words welcome to the dictionary. This is my podcast. I was sure would love a rating reviewing. I hate saying things like this. It's just fun to do this. So whatever i'm just going to keep on doing it but hey if you would write a thing a review you know you hear people say it all the time you know that it It helps get the little bit of exposure on this one little thing and i think other people might enjoy hearing me your And i have fun doing it. I guess I think it's probably just very therapeutic for me. I don't know why let's just keep on doing that. Okay so yeah rain review. That's great and share. The first word is chief of staff three words from eighteen sixty two. Let's move the book. Little closer won. The ranking officer staff in the armed forces serving as principal advisor to commander to the ranking officer of the army or air force and a member of the joint chiefs of staff next is chief of state from nineteen forty eight. That never happens. Maybe went on a date. I don't know the formal head of a national state as distinguished from the head of the government. next is chief petty officer noun from eighteen. Sixty five now. Why did that get to say now. But chief of state or chief of staff don't get a noun their nouns. They think they're now n- In this is this chief. Petty officer is an enlisted man in the navy or coast guard ranking above a petty officer first class petty officer first class and below a chief no senior chief petty officer. It doesn't sound like a good thing to be petty officer first class or senior chief. Whatever it's just a weird name next. We have chief tin noun from the fourteenth century. A chief especially of a band tribe or clan chieftainship is a noun And you know the tan ta i n is like the word captain captain It's a chieftain chief ten captain i'm the captain now. Okay that was sort of not really singing thing next we have chieftain see noun from seventeen eight one the rank dignity office or rule of a chieftain chief ten to a region or a people ruled by a chief next is chief warrant officer. It's our last chief word. And then we're going get to a bunch of words that i am not familiar with and i don't know how to pronounce chief. Warrant officer is a noun from nineteen seventeen a warrant officer of senior rank in the armed forces. Also a commissioned officer in the navy or coast guard ranking below an ensign e n n next is. She'll she'll c. h. i. e. l. I think it's chiel you could also put a d. at the end. And call it chilled. I guess noun from fifteen. O seven it is. Chiefly scottish is known the synonyms. Our fellow and ladd chill. It's sorta sounds like child. Get over here deal. That's not how they say that's how they talk next. We have shift chef. It's one word. Shift chaff noun from seventeen. Eighty a small greyish european warbler. That's the end of the sentence. And the scientific name is filo scopus cola bitter. It's a shift chaff next. We have chiffon c. h. i f. f. o. n. noun from seventeen sixty five. This is the first form one. An ornamental addition to a woman's dress and the example would be a not of ribbons. It's an ornamental of ribbons to a woman's dress chiffon to a sheer fabric especially of silk. So i guess that not. Ribbons might have been made of silk. It is french and it literally means rag rag Or also from shifa which means old rag even better y y rag and silk. Dr not the same thing. It may be back then they were. I don't know now. We have the second form of chiffon adjective from nineteen o three one resembling chiffon in sheerness or softness to having a light delicate texture achieved usually by adding whipped egg whites or whipped gelatin as in lemon chiffon pie. A i mean it sounds great taste great but i ain't have no egg whites or gelatin. Next is shifa nayed or shifa nod noun from eighteen. Seventy seven shredded or finally cut vegetables or herbs used especially as a garnish. And it's from french xifen air which means to crumple next. We have shifa near shifa near noun from seventeen. Sixty five a high narrow chest of drawers shifa near these chest of drawers are not very high. By the way. I remember the word where i think we had. It was chest of drawers was the thing and i was like. What's the other word. It's dresser dresser. Why couldn't they come up with that. okay we did shifa near. It's a chest of drawers dresser. Next is shifa. Robe shift aerob- noun from nineteen o eight a combination of wardrobe and chest of drawers. It's from shifa near and wardrobe schiff. Aerob- that's where they get the word from who who calls things shifa robes. I dunno next this. It sounds like a weird word but it it's not it's not It is sugar. I honestly is it just me or when whenever you see most of those letters together you cringe a little bit because it's way too close to a word that is very very bad so you get a little nervous right is maybe it's just me It's spelled c. h. i. g. g. e. r. noun from seventeen fifty six number. One is the number one definition for the word Chicago which we are going to get too soon or chiyo Number two a six legged usually red or orange might larva that feeds on skin cells and causes intensely itchy reddish welts also the adult might of this larva It is so this. Name the etymology for this specific. One this larva it comes from. It's an alternative of the second form of the word. Jigger j i e are not sure what that is. But i guess it's this larva by the way the family name is trump in big hewlett. I traffic you'll die. Trump mikula die to rumbek lead. I next we have chignon or chignon. C. h. i. g. n. o. n. noun from seventeen eighty three a knot of hair that is worn at the back of the head and especially at the nape of the neck So it's if it were a man bun it would not be at the nape of the neck. Although sometimes sometimes dudes like too lightly put their hair in a thing and a not on the back of the neck but usually they got it up. Hi this is more women do this. I think i had no idea. It was called a chignon It is from middle french. Shannon which means chain or collar or nape chain collared nape. It's all about the neck all right next to. here's this a word chicago or chiyo. C. h. i. g. o. We noun from sixteen ninety one one a tropical flee like the biting flee and the dogs of tropical flea of which the fertile the fertile female causes great discomfort by burrowing that the that female that fertile female is causing such discomfort on my skin because it has burrowed underneath that sounds terrible And then number two. We have the number two definition for the word sugar which took us back to the larva. The might larva next. We have chihuahua. s- capital c. h. i. h. w. to too many letters capital c. h. i. h. u. a. h. u. a. Did i really need to spell chihuahua. Probably not. But i did noun from eighteen fifty eight any of a breed of very small round headed dogs that occur in short coated and long coated varieties this mexican spanish from their word chihuahua oh it's from mexico so I guess they they bred these dogs to look like this in hawaii mexico. I mean who doesn't love chihuahua except the ones they gotta go gotta go next. We have our last word. It is chill blaine c. h. i l. b. l. a. n. Chill blaine noun from fifteen forty seven and inflammatory swelling or sore caused by exposure to cold. And then the thing that is exposed by exposure would be feet or hands. Chill blaine and enter. It seems like the word chill is a little too on the nose in this case although it's missing an l. but it is from the word chil- children so weird so weird okay. So we had chief of staff chief of state chief petty officer chieftain chieftaincy chief warrant officer chiel shift chaff chiffon shifa nod or shifa nayed That is the garnish Shifa near that's the a george shift aerob- chigar chignon sh- chiyo chiyo chihuahua. And chill blaine. Was there one. That really jumped out at me. I mean i'm not into larva and things that are digging under my skin Well i think maybe just because it's a fun word. We'll pick jeff jeff as the word of the episode shift chaff and then backwards we can say fitch fetch gyp. Jeff fitch batch close enough staff if there's going to be some extra stuff in there Jeffey chapter jeff jeff. Jeff chaff the holidays. Four june third. It's world day. It is corpus christi. I know that's a location. But i didn't know it was a day national edge day. Oh great we had national milk day two days ago. Two that i am not a fan of I mean eggs are way better than dairy. Did you ask for my opinion. no you did not. Are you listening to this where you probably know that i give my opinion on things. Yes you are. That's what you're gonna get in australia. It is mob. oh day or may day what other holidays. It's my three-quarter birthday. Why isn't that in here. in taiwan opium suppression movement day. In win us i race is economist day I don't like that one. i'm not gonna read it. I can do that. It is fun holiday time national. Fda national moonshine day repeat day. Don't tell that to a kid 'cause then they're just to repeat what you say. It is world bicycle. Day as i said and also i'm going to have to celebrate this one world's cider day i love me some ciders i just got a new one. I only had one of them so far. I don't even remember all the things. But it was like it's got lemongrass and blueberries and turmeric and something else. And i was like well. That sounds interesting. let's try it it's good. It's not as sweet as i would like but it's good. I probably should have the ones that are less sweet anyway. So that is the end of this episode. We made it. Thank you very much for listening to this stuff until next time. This has spencer dispensing information goodbye.

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US election 2020: How the Trump-Biden battle unfolded with Mark Bello

The Dave Pamah Show

37:52 min | 10 months ago

US election 2020: How the Trump-Biden battle unfolded with Mark Bello

"Welcome to the dave thomas. Show the podcast. Fives restores and awakens. Your innermost capability. You have the training and the talent to succeed but do you have the guts to fail. I love what i do. We love what you do. You want to be the best at it. Today is about the power you you will change to find your path to success through the journey of those who have succeeded. And now your host dave pomme. Welcome back to the palmer show today. We're gonna talk about biden's who won the presidency and in four tumultuous years on the trump. Joseph biden julia achieve victory offering a message of healing and unity and he'll return to washington facing a daunting sets of crisis. We're being sepe so to talk about. How the trump biden battle unfolded is attorney. Civil justice africa and winning author of this zawahri late legal thriller series mark bello mile. Welcome back to the day palmer show. It's great to be here. Ask rights to have heavy back was a pleasure to have some advocates like minded in your veteran in the field as well so is a great pleasure. Speaking to someone who knows the history of everything. your house your pull scarring sherie series and everything else of ugly authored. So it's it's difficult. It's hard to get the word out that you you mean because of the endemic because not bannon everything to but but the being self published means you have to. You have to get the word out yourself. Yes are the part of the reason i visit. You is a a yokosuka ever every three months or so sir. Because you've got an a trilogy with this so that's not far off. Yeah yeah yeah laci. I mean i've only got one book by israeli a motivational speaking books. Our miss not really You know getting more more renowned as paul consta- really more than anything. The acoustic boxing mma coaching. So it helps pay the bills so it goes along with constant in some of the topics. Well let's my audience now. This is mostly self improvement Aqazadeh of course to cover sports politics and entertainment and of course politics about politics degree so Nowhere near you as a as an attorney and been totally in fear especially us politics minardi. Study up much of yours politics. So you know more than me and of course of your Your author. You know you're writing ability as well together with your legal background. You probably know more than me. Especially now i mean obviously you know with the supreme court going on now with the elections is suddenly been up and down to most is us. Election charlotte i. You know it's funny. I would describe myself. I would describe myself more lawyer. That a that. Yeah that it. That an activist. I all right okay. Yeah for a long time. Yeah but recent recent events Ribbon be to the whenever you if you wanna call it activism. Caller active is it has become Kind of obsession with me. Yeah oh campaigning. Don't understand we got to this point in a rare A if you're traveling to be yeah well certainly Is a bit like someone. Also some written is a bit like a science fiction movie music festival as is something that happened with over two well. United this in other parts opposite. Us has been center point in terms of you know not yappy center of the cova at some stage than everyone's interested in politics because obviously globally unite. Us has had given me quite a bit. You're right about this for sure lake and talking about giving you quite to write about because obviously there are novelist. Berg is based on conner. The reality of the us presidential over the decades and this year books are yeah a couple of them. Yeah yeah yeah. I'm one one they could have probably labeled you is having a dig at trump. But you're right before even anything stuff like that happens to earthy predictions right looking at us. We can talk about that exactly but looking at going into twenty twenty going into the new year. I think it wasn't really written into the scripts. What happened you know. The only thing written scripts was trump's gonna get impeached and it's possible that usually impeachment means that he might win the elections still because that's kind of the patent isn't it scrapie changed bisciotti specifically right about trump and i didn't specifically right about impeachment in two thousand sixteen wrote a book about a the elected. Vote aerob- businessman. President who wanted to or was loose reunited states yet started there. i also get. He hasn't been. He hasn't been elected yet and i was basically challenging. Give the guy wrote about judge to be. The guy i wrote about. That book was called the thrill of justice. I need in doubt that it turned out that that it was kind of prophetic name. A lot of what i wrote. It ruined real life and that's well that's it. Yeah exactly so as we say we're bringing it up to the turn of the twenty twenty and there's a site without eating impeachment that was written scripts as as some people. Say well you might win. It was gonna win. You know he's going to overturn the impeachment. You might get politically what i find. Really interesting is the accuracy of politicians. You're you're you're you're sitting there to it during the eastman hearings about how of lick his head spoken as voted for trump and it never kratz are overturned the results of the legitimate head successful election. Republicans fast forward two thousand twenty and you have at elected whereby decidedly eat wrong and you're you have republicans arguing that we should overturn the results of a of eighty one million people who voted for by and he decided leap growth at instead they sit here at. Are you even to the united states in court that the electorate should be over earn. I can give you a reason why they did that. Well whichever ridiculous but but the supreme court rightfully and predictably earned them down and this texas thing that they are in four states but he's still putting up the The legal he's still piling up the legal china's knee romay legal standpoint it. He's he's rich. I'm not going to stop the at eight Us but what east. But he's basically lost. Well let's see brickwork your this deductible year budget which is getting listeners understanding because obviously you've got listen to whatever too well but mostly in the us and uk the see how the us elections unfolded Because a lot of it could be but it my trump's election maybe the covid changed things and the way he behind so this look when you know when the election started not win elections when the primaries kobe was going on you know how how will unfold for it to get to the stage for off with the argument. That hobie chased stroke by i. I don't think that's true at all. You know when when you trump's argument. I trump said you didn't you free example. He said oh you you already bought this vaccine out after lost the election. Exciting stuff really well. That's that's something he's saying that he the the of argument two thousand sixteen was you have to lose. You'd be dry. And what. What covert proved. Is you have a lot to lose giving somebody who's untested inexperienced that guy and what's basically happened in the kobe crisis especially in america is you had a guy who didn't know what he was doing it as a result The abbott raised at a role. Didn't seem to care but the the interesting thing about the mccain. The united states is if you look back on if three and you look at serious crises. That happened in our country are the country rallies around the president. The president Gets bipartisan support. The right thing for the country and the country verges of a better. They were Read the crisis. Dirty could be obvious example. You can take the old will. You could take nine eleven as an example image time. The country came together in this since he kinda currently the pandemic and said this is fake news. We don't it's not as bad as we take and we should shut down the economy. We should take this seriously. Be careful. don't need basket. We don't need social And i really believe and he been more empathetic about people who were dying stronger Grogan virus think that refundable president would've done would've willingly alleged say actually when he takes last time we spoke. I said that you know if i was a republican in their be of totally against trump will. Actually there's now a lot of disaffected. Republicans who can ray to get shot of him now. I mean i'm not gonna say is a little. I don't think this is the democratic game. That's not sign right you. You have the whole lincoln project in a lot of of republicans who mutilated. What were what will prove. This is a difference between being erupted. It'd be i. I don't think that behaves like a conservative. republican behaves. He doesn't he's he's somebody who perhaps Lowered taxes for a lot of wealthy. People certainly didn't curb spending like like adorable. Republican would let building a wall was extremely expensive. Why what was heard of that now. I spend money on the voice. Said he hasn't done anything as locking got regrets. Populated yes you away. He's in a separate and kids from their parents has an inconsistent message on law and order he pardons criminals and then calls a certain stories. I you know it. I don't think his message is consistent with a republican message. Some of which. I can embrace. Yeah i don't. I have a lot of Reds colleagues who who are sensible people they wrote so i. I don't think it's necessarily republican or democratic issue. I think he was repudiated because he thought yeah. I mean he could've thought every been more immortals might just as well been Independent when he got a bit so when into one thing he did that. I think republicans like is appointed three supreme court justices but even even those three would support the credit crap that he wanted to pull on the election results. President what he's trying to do with the election is up president. Yes right well certainly Obviously it's a crime against democracy. At the moment you know a lot of people say you know even the supreme court saying look in a stopover report is yeah that's what i said the republicans free call can't wait to get shot of him to get rid of him now. Listen this is just unbelievable. The that's the beauty of the separation of powers. Yeah yeah what i say. Shorts imbalances judge which stands up initia- and andrews Oath of office. Obviously these three judges took it a lot more erie to protest. You're not you're not there to worship on the altar trump. yeah you're there to worship on the alter the constitution and you to or you wear melt to support defend the That the president not to wear a loyalty oath. The current president trump bowed out that that east court that not even though he reported three of them does not make his supreme court. And that's the beauty of the separation of powers which will not put up with this notes sets. Yeah let's during a biden administration. They held up and keep that consistency going. You know you don't do justices that he didn't appoint a alito thomas. Yeah basically said. They wouldn't Summarily dismissed would've allowed the case be filed and then they would have dismissed so even build people commented on it. said it had the validity which which i probably the most conservative out. The nine justices basically said in a disabled milder separate dissent. That has no right. Woodbridge on the sovereignty of michigan wisconsin north your arizona or whatever pennsylvania was the other lawsuit has no merit. It never did. And they did the right thing so had the election could because like i mean. It's a historical turn wasn't a. It's the biggest turnoff. Inc of the dispute was the expansion. If you wanna call it Probably a bad word but a options. The ability of options on undecided. Vote the time of the night if you heard about absentee as they call it by mail it indirectly somebody who is a senior as some kind of disability as some reason why they can't get to the polls web east states did is they expanded. Voting methods opportunities will wider variety of people. If you're rate go to the polls because raid exposure to covert nineteen. You could vote Most sensible people myself included Said if if i can vote by mail it's not worth going to the polls and exercising to vote in first know. Millions of ballots were mailed to people and they were predominantly by democrats. The what happened. Is those people who showed up at the polls and this is a another mistake of me. Yeah he urged people go to the polls rather than do vote by mail. Republicans didn't feel safe going to the polls. They didn't vote by mail. At least that's that's part of the suspicion that would happen. And as a result people went to the polls had their votes commun- i note people who voted by mail had their boats covered second. Which by the way. It's by design. Yeah yeah because it takes longer. It takes long records. They the way they decided. I always just. I see so you had this this back. Logo post delays at started to look like awkward. Winning the vote by mail. Started to get carded giardi. The other way opposite happened in arizona right because they wanted reverse. They counted the mail ballots. Firth right so what happened is like he was winning and they started counting the mail in ballots which were predominantly democratic. Add Those votes over king game early headed michigan. Another james. i appreciate though. I know what happened in bishop. Okay all right. So you're involved with the voting process ages Boats yeah In a way that that those people that showed up at the polls were more republican democrat. Ronald people build people who voted by mail. Were more democrats in appleton's yeah people would by mail that showed up at the polls and that's why it looked as if trump was winning and the valid ballot overcame the vote. What next right to do is say that if you didn't have a disability if you didn't have any region other than the pandemic not to show foles your vote should have been granted the opportunity to vote by mail and that's ridiculous when they find a boat is long. He wrote additions march. You encourage people vote not district. What texas states. A legal vote should never be disrupted texas his same to other states. Stay about business. This is how we this is our. This is how we run. Our elections to the other states is a bit lot one country. Uk tell in island or look. Stay out he's not your relection kind of thing where they just had no legal right to bring a lawsuit. Death rates some interest in our place votes. Yeah and they don't have that interest. Each state conducts their their election. The way they choose to. Yeah and michigan has no it. Grist is telling us how to duck their elections anymore in texas and michigan hunter. You imagine how. Texas would react if michigan somehow. It's yeah be like texas turn in england new. This is what you do. This is what trump says this. What you're gonna do to england. Ever get rid of brentwood obviously breaks guy you know wherever the trade his they can't put their nose in. Obviously everyone in england will or uk assay. We'll see react to it. They will definitely the bottom line is when you bring the lawsuit the supreme court issue this is an issue any no matter how small. Let's call standing standing. You have to have the legal ability to lawsuit if you get hurt in a car accident. Yeah i can't bring a lawsuit that says you'd be ready because name got hurt accident and i liked titling david and i it's terrible. They've got hurt. I want money. You can't do that. Yeah yeah. I'm not mark. Yeah yeah that's essentially. Essentially what texas was doing was saying. We got hurt because of what michigan did break lawsuit or michigan. You do that. That's that's what these amazing isn't it. How how messed up. It got so i mean. Supreme court couldn't actually get involved with. This is what you're saying. This report us to get off refused. He declared in their decision that that knowledge why alito said at the few people that you know. Oh well they would. They would have heard this now. That's not what they said. What they said was it would have allowed it to be filed. We were rejected the filer. They said the filing itself was the future because the state of texas had no steady Alito of said we would have allowed the case to be filed we would have dismissed. Yeah either way either way could be. The case does get her. Yeah well your lawyer. And i'm starting to get confused. What's going on but sunny eric. Very important not only in the court. Reject becks is ability to challenge michigan results for the results or is the result. They also did what they did. Grounds would prevent any other state doing this again. Let's say this but resulted now. Wants to go to court and say we wanna challenge michigan's results. They can't do. Yeah yeah. somebody's yeah. Well i mean it's just a reaction of bad losers out there as well. It's not really and trump says everybody recognizes. What bad loser is. Actually this is is simply the result and licensed the face of every other who has lost the presidential election out the next day as honorably saying i can see the election. I wish the new president success at all do everything in micro our to help him succeed. What this man has done is completely the opposite. I going to set this up. Everything mike power to make sure he fails this man. What it's doing. It wasn't even going to now the transition. It wasn't even going another to the transition that i was he. He's still not doing that off. What's amazing day to do that if apple cooperating. They have certified the results of the election so he's legally obligated to. He had no control over this process. Now have you seen him participate. Is he invited to the white house. What say exactly. Yeah at least really. Don't know how he's gonna end up with this comes. It's almost childlike. The agency said. That's why is your. You're it's like you're the kid brought the basketball the basketball court. Yeah your team is losing to you. Take your bowl of go. Yeah that's right. Yeah exactly that kid. He's the king and takes his basketball. Go so yeah so now. Can we got the ball and bath guided cook. He takes his ball and bat and goes. This guy is doing very sad talking about supreme court. Anyway Your book Obviously before we wrap up today show him but you'll book one book actually brings in the supreme court doesn't can you tell us more about your your book by latest book. Talks ribic rail. Yeah and it's a it's inspired by the cavuto hearings wreck cabin off of brett. Kevin ought got accused of sexual assault. Yeah and he's political figure. There was a young lady by the name of christine blazey board. Who accused him of faulting. Her when she was a high school or college. Yeah and There was little support other than her work. Board of ed break aminov early to diet. Yeah and there was a rather than fearing over whether cavanaugh was qualified to be a supreme court justice at he ultimately prevail predominantly because he be republican the majority wanted improved of. So i i i begin to wonder what would it look like that assuming that he was guilty on what would it look like if someone who was guilty Actively and that the ruling party newest guilty what would the conspiracy looked like riding with dispersion of report. So i created a fictional character. A fictional victim anti teenagers if the book starts out where teenager d'arret up ernie or a third hole their college students there and they're seniors in high school there at home in west bloomfield michigan and their various states has been deep radiation drinking. Rub your edited young lady there and she got a bad girl. She's been a pretty good girl but she decides the ever coming up party at Goes to the party and she used to doing. Eric touted you run. But in this case she had the little to degrade yeah and she goes to the back and she basically goes into the. It's so it's a by the way this party. A tell him okay. So that's the big edge. He goes into a rather elaborate master bedroom. Go to the bathroom. And the son of the order breaks into the bathroom the best friend and attempts to set we assaulter a bunch of people show up at the door. The screen the door. They start knocking and the incorrupt would have a sexual assault bass forward. Twenty years agnes this young man who tried to assault her is a court of appeals judge in michigan each jeff elected by the president. Yeah a supreme court justice right dominated by the president to be the next degree. Hasn't not the case that was going on with the sexual iraq so accepted in the work. Yeah this bad is absolutely has done. No question a bad guy. The security center. We cannot say that about greg kavanagh. I don't know whether the circle lizzy ford. I know what she says. Yes get my book. The gentleman who's davis oliver wilkinson. Yeah bad guy and he made it a second. What's out and he's Rooms throughout the book to be a bad guy. Anyway the the book goes through the process of. I'll you date a person like this despite everybody knowing on the of conservative side that he's guilty because of his political ideology they wanna ramp if through anyway and the young lady whose name is haley larson. Hires zachary blake profanities nominate going forward which is basically a it rethink examination out the elliptical legal fight that happens both of the state and in the washington. Dc over a supreme court nomination. At what can be done to stop the nominations going forward conspiracy. The victories approved of silence. Witnesses by any means possible. That's book is about its breadth of quite interesting book. I'm very proud. Yeah yeah so. When is this out to out what was already. It'll be in mercury pills it's reordering of as a a riot okay so And what can amazon. And how about you. What site can go there as well or commission by website. Mark martin bello dot co a r k b e o excellent. Well anyone listening have marks website on the show notes so please do check out if you listen to the whole this show and you want to go back to his website. You can check out or if you go to. My website uses describe I also just released a free novella and subscribe and the website it get the novella repre- dot it's a holocaust story. It inspired by a story. I read about it. Escaped promotes fits designating so. I wrote a short story about zachary blake time of his birth decorate blankets. Jewish as i am a he he tells the story of this novella about the conversation. He added on the eve of his With his colonel grandfather at earns out is the url grandfather out part of a rather daring escape auschwitz during world war. Two eighty tells sack on the eve of his circuit birthday. The story of his outfits escape it is the neat little store. I reckon. I recommended to readers that they don't have to pay for it. They can subscribe to my website. Get all right. Excellent pillow dot com and society will be on the show notes. M yeah that's right. Mark 'em bello dot com on the website and ellen the show notes anyway so everyone anyone can just check out anytime they need. The novella is called with door to door to door. Doris hebrew out. It means from Generator as dorje. the The story has three themes it's a home across the as i just described it. Had the passing the torch route grandfather to grandson a gift of all that. I won't that i will roofs. Also juichiro is a there's a there's a A myth out there that use during the holocaust basically accepted without the internet without resistance. And that just isn't true. There there are many many many stories of resilience Great ad mike back better way to say that uses demonstrated. I don't you're the cost but is many other. It's throughout history where people tried to destroy the jews as it used quite back in one challenge including monica right now. Is the story of of people trying to kill us. We beat them. Yeah and and the holidays. The celebration as passover is as hannukah's jones july. Is you evaporate. You wish resistance at victory if a peso people's probably through annihilate the people that's what the door by door generated Accident they can get a free copy of that one on your website. It may sign up not enough to get hold of you in the rain april time and will do review of your book. It'll be it'll be thirty days. Yeah exactly well mark. Thanks very much for coming on and sharing. Obviously this very historical moments happened in the us. And of course you're writing. You're doing if the series of books and i'm sure he's speaking again only looks like this. They say they think i will. Ut bye-bye that's so for this episode. 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Unwrapping Christmas: Give Joy

Sunday Homily

08:23 min | 10 months ago

Unwrapping Christmas: Give Joy

"Today is the third sunday of advent for our advent message. We've been talking about giving because god is a giver. The more we genuinely give the more. We experienced the love and joy that god this third sunday of advent is traditionally called gow days sunday gow detain means rejoice rejoice sunday which is a reference to scripture where saint paul says rejoice always rejoice is. What are the central themes of advent. The reason people can rejoice is because they are people of joy and they give the gift of joy. Let's take a closer look at joy and specifically at giving people the gift of joy this christmas everyone wants to be happy we try and hold onto it when we have it and find ourselves disappointed or distraught when we lose it. Pleasure and happiness are great they can be blessings and rewards in our lives. God created pleasure and happiness and he created us to enjoy them. The problem is pleasure is sensation. Happiness is an emotion and as such. They're temporary jesus came at christmas and it had nothing to do with pleasure or happiness. That's not what the angels promised. The angels promised good news good news of great joy beyond pleasure and happiness. God wants us to know and live in joy. Without joy our faith becomes dry and stale people have walked away from christianity because of joyless christians joyless christians are only about obligation legalism and laws religious rule keeping per se. These very people obsessed with observing the rules and keeping the laws and making sure you do to have no joy in them so people leave the church when they experienced them. And maybe that's why you walked away if that describes you and now you've decided to give church another try welcome. We're glad you're here. We hope you're experienced is joyful. If the christianity you learned was devoid joy than it was a false presentation. A corrupt interpretation of christ message. He came to offer you the choice of joy. There are plenty of mistakes and misconceptions when it comes to joy sometimes we can think that we get joy from people and while people can certainly bring us joy nobody can sustain it in us because people come and go in our lives when we count only on people to be the source of our joy. It puts an unrealistic expectation on them. That often leads to disappointment. Sometimes we think that joy is a matter of personality but high energy and humor are no more proof of joy than quiet and introverted. People are a sign of depression. Sometimes we think joy is a product place or circumstance if we just get into the right school or right neighborhood or finally spring for that dream vacation and get away from it all. We'll find our way to joy or so. We think which we won't because wherever you go there you are. If you're miserable year you'll be miserable there. The prophet isaiah tells us that we can really where we can reliably find joy. He writes i. Rejoice heartily in the lord in my god is the joy of my soul. Joy isn't a person or personality or place. It's not an emotion or sensation. Joy is a choice a choice given to us by god. Joy is a habit of the heart as well as a state of mind. That is the fruit of a real and living relationship with the lord isaiah finds joy in the lord especially in remembering what god has done for him he says god has clothed me without robo salvation and wrapped me in a mantle of justice. This is an image us throughout the scriptures. About what god does for us. He covers us with his love. This robe of salvation aerob- of love. He covers us with his goodness and grace isaiah describes this covering elaborate terms. He says he is like a bridegroom. Adorned with a diadem and abroad be decked with her jewels. Diadem is a crown jewels. Such as a monarch would wear suggesting a position in place of unrivaled privilege and power such as isaiah's experience of in the lord. Yes you can have moments of happiness. Apart from god and you can have pleasure apart from god. But you can't have true joy apart from god if you experience joy. That's an experience of god whether you know whether or not joy comes from the lord and it comes to was from choosing a personal relationship with him that means moving guide from a category or a class to a father who made us a son who saved us in a spirit who transforms us. Joy is the celebration of the gracious provision of god. He is the source of the gifts. We have talked about throughout this series. Joy is unique. You can only be one place at a time. So there's a limit to the gift of presence that you can offer you are limited your financial resources so there's only so much you can give away. Joy is different than both of those. There's no limit to it in the same way. Candle loses nothing by lighting another candle. In fact it multiplies the light. We lose nothing by sharing joy like the candle. Sharing joy increases our joy. And there's more you choose joy by sharing it. Joy is a choice and you choose it by sharing it. Here are three ways. You can choose joy this christmas number one. Choose joy by beginning in prayer. If it's not already your habit make it a habit to pray even for just five or six minutes a day each day between now and christmas pray in gratitude for the gifts you have been given number to choose joy by enjoying the people in your life focus on their good qualities and what you like and love about them. Remember the best and forget the rest. Don't demand your way or what you want. Be adaptable number three. Choose joy in the hectic days ahead by not taking yourself too seriously determined not to be anxious or upset. Don't rush don't break the speed limit. Don't run red lights laugh at yourself instead. Don't do anything on disappointments. Let your heart be light. Jesus came into the world to bring joy and he invites his followers to do. the same. joy is crucial not just to christmas but the whole of christian life joyous crucial not just to christmas but to the whole of christian life. If you cultivate joy in your heart if you set your mind on it joy can heal any hurt overcome. Any obstacle provide remedy for any pain. So choose joy.

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Mike Church Show-CATHOLICS: Glorious St. Patrick Must Have His Feast Day Today With NO Green CoronaHoax Masks!

CRUSADE Channel Previews

10:13 min | 6 months ago

Mike Church Show-CATHOLICS: Glorious St. Patrick Must Have His Feast Day Today With NO Green CoronaHoax Masks!

"Decade ago most mark has never had a conversation about transgender issues. Now question few hat acts has only one acceptable answer. Transgender equality is a civil rights issue of our time regime. Leader biden tweeted in january of last year. There is no room for compromise when it comes to basic human rights. There's no basic human rights to say. God got your dna or your chromosomes screwed up and that some quack doctor is going to mutilate you mentally and physically to fix it. That's not a basic human right but regime leaner biden treats it as it is big trouble in little ireland here today. And then ryan anderson acids epa question. Can we just haven't conversation about this before you start doing. Is children too late too late. So matter of fact. I brought this up today. National geographic jumped all in tranny. Miami wagon train. Three years ago with an entire centerfold issue. And i'm not exaggerating about the centerfold dedicated to all other dea merging evolution in man jets. Showing children are transitioning from all corners. Job just in case. Our crusaders were wondering. I'm sure they are. We brought you guys the story about ellen. Page the actress who claimed that she wanted to be a dude now. Well she finally got top surgery this past week and she is now chopped off elliott page. She is so she will never be able to breastfeed a child that she's gonna wanna had have and Sometime in her biological life if she makes it that long Because now that you started mutilated in your body now. The real psychosis begins and almost everyone that's ever had any of the transitioning surgery will tell anyone that's interested in. We'll listen don't do it in a long screw you up more and the suicide rate here is forty three times take whatever the rate is currently for whatever your age bracket is an times at times forty three if you mutilate your body to transition now ladies and gentlemen there is no doubt there cannot be any doubt i will debate anyone on earth this is demon spawned as my here's burner. The lepanto institute. And i have talked about here. The first sin was what eve- what does she do. I can't eat that for god. told me. no the serpent his hand. He told you happy because he doesn't want you to become a guy him. So eve was one man human home all right not home like that home as an pilots at chair homo behold the man and a serpent told her if she ate the fruit she could become a god. What is that. That's the transition transition from man. God and so she did. I sin was santa pride true. What was the pride. I'm not humble enough to just be an adoration of my creator. And i love him and thank him for this paradise that he's surrounded me with. I want to be like him. So transitioning is evil. It is straight from satan himself from the serpent in the garden of eden. Still now being perpetrated. Now look at a cover of slime magazine. I'm fully who. I my folks. I'm telling you when the history of this epoch is written. The nazis will be written out of the history books. They're a bunch of pansies compared to what we are when it comes to human misery suffering murder mayhem destruction hatred of the actual human species rebelled are aerob- rebellion against almighty god himself. The nazis don't have anything on americans or anyone else in the english speaking world history books in one hundred years ago. Yeah there was a little chapter the kind of pave the way in the nineteen forties late thirties and early forties for one ultimately became the ultimate smackdown the ultimate rebellion against god and the most lethal deadly chapter in human history. More people are gonna die as a percentage of human population as a result of what's going on today then died in the flood and it will not be because god does it. It will be because man brings it about it. We don't stop this matter of fact i want to come in here and take my because i really don't wanna do this anymore because of things like this only thing that keeps me saying is catholicism devotion saint joe's of devotion to our lady devotion to our lord and knowing that. I'm not supposed to be here. That makes me sane. Otherwise i would lose my. I'd have a mental nervous breakdown. And i'm sure mo- most people would there is simply no way to confront the stupendous amount of evil that we are confronted with on a daily basis here. Has you sitting there going. I wanna kill you. Don't wanna drag you to hell. I wanna put you in that icy river and mail bowls at dante wrote about and then it'd be surrounded by humans. Fellow men go. Yeah i think you to go. How in the world is anyone maintain any semblance sanity when such evil abounds and it's been normalized ticked. They want you to be they want your children to do pornography may go back to the national review or the national geographic. I forgot i wanted. I call it the centerfold issue. There is a full size full color. Whole page photograph of a fifteen year old girl topless. Oh but wait she. Did the top surgery says it have any anymore. They cut them off dressed like a little boy holding her skateboard. She said she did she care. But they're that jay ditching nets. It is surgery. Do a boy. This is kenny porn. I a teenager by national geographic. Wanted to show you what a real boy looks like. Hell concert i. I'm telling you if you're not catholic and you won't you haven't considered converting because you hang up with the pope and all and and and whatever else it is specifically because we have holy father who will be succeeded by another one by the by the apostolic succession remains with what they do. The church akinsanya survive. It has to be the real deal but took in just to have some peace of mind. You gotta know that there is a real paradise near is called heaven's here on his earth you're not made for this earth and have any peace of mind. We need spiritual healthier folks. These good grief here Where's the headline. I was going to share with you. This vaccine took switch. Seven countries now is barrett notebaert site in into chat room wherever richard barrett is at. I okay. well i saw the I'm sure he's listening. I saw the the list of countries. Sweden's now been added that makes seven. European countries have gone. Don't sell and you just take all the astra. Zeneca are manipulated. 'em aren plating vaccines that we have From that particular manufacturer warehouse dole. Anyone take him too. Many people getting sick too. Many people were dying. But that's only part of the story older. There's only wonder it's not safe. No people are dropping dead and getting sick from the modern and the pfizer one too.

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199-Japanese folklore: Moonlight

Myths and Legends

42:09 min | 1 year ago

199-Japanese folklore: Moonlight

"This week on myths and legends it's the story of Princess Moonlight from Japanese folklore were. We'll see that true love means going to war with the moon but also if to even start dating someone, they make you go on a years long dangerous quest. I'M GONNA, go out on a limb maybe they're not that into you agree to this week is a Greek Fox, a dangerous animal from Greek mythology that for once isn't Zeus. Myths, and Legends Episode One Ninety Nine Moonlight. The podcast where till stories from Thalji and folklore, some are incredibly popular stories. You might think you know but spicing origins enough others stories that might be new to you but are definitely worth listen. Today story is a literary fairy tale from Tenth Century Japan. The the earliest surviving copies from the fifteenth, century I say literary fairy tale but it's also been described as a folk tale and I can't really seem to find an author anyway. I won't bore you with details. Only to say that the story is set medieval Japan and Lake so many fairytales. Begins with a woodcutter. The old man picked up the bamboo shoot from the ground. It took longer to straighten longer rise. I can't do better than the translation on this one and the story says that the old man and his wife had no child to cheer them in their old age. There was no hope for rest from work until they died and were laid side by side. And quite graves. That happy thought on his mind each morning when it was more and more difficult to get out of bed the old man kissed his wife Goodbye. And set out to the mountains luckily, the bamboo was plentiful spending your day cutting and collecting it was difficult work. So the old man was alone for most of the day has such she was alone when he found it, you chose the tree swung his axe. and was hit with a blinding light. He staggered back, drop his ex. As the thing fell from inside the bamboo stock, the man. Is Adjusting to the brightness their step forward when he could make out the edges of what lay on the ground, he rushed to it to the baby to her. There on the ground was a glowing baby glowing bluish white like a pale moonlight. She was no bigger than an egg. Gently cooing. The bamboo cutter picked her up helter close. And hugged her. Sweet supernatural baby the bamboo cutters wife said when he returned home. You knew that this the man said handing her the baby. She shook her head not specifically, but he knew the tropes, right? Sweet elderly couple wishes for children or else their life is pain and exhaustion until they die and then they find tiny baby and something. Be. At a P chore Yeah Bamboo Stalk She wasn't. Banking on it you gotta be good and humbling kind and all that. So you can't just look to the heavens and say baby please. So it looked like it worked out but who sent the baby? What's its purpose? Why is it so tiny honey? You're asking the wrong questions the wave said his the girl fell asleep in her arms it almost never matters who sent the baby and the purpose. For them was to have a child full stop, it was tiny. So it could fit inside a bamboo or gourd or whatever else be a fun surprise like candy with the toy inside that they had stopped doing because it's a bad idea to put hard objects inside, of Candy, woman held the baby up. She was already bigger than the fabled in Chai Samurai the usually these kids caught up quickly seriously. You're overthinking this enjoy the baby. The wife was right at least about the girl growing quickly. In weeks, she was the size of a normal baby. But midnight feedings in a crash course in diaper changes weren't the only big change. It came about we five or six. The elderly couple was already stretched to their limit with working stuff before the baby. Now, it just felt impossible. Then the bamboo cutter started bringing something else home the first time he struck a bamboo shoot and gold and precious stones came spilling out. The man thought, yeah he he's dying in his last moments. He was like hallucinating or something. This wasn't actually happening. He believed that until in the sled, he told home each night he brought pile of gold home and his wife could see it to this was more gold than either of them had ever seen in one place. And that wasn't the end of it. For the next few weeks every shoot, the bamboo cutter took down was full of gold and jewels. He would collect it each day encountered each night when they became multimillionaires they decided that that was probably enough the next day the old man went to the city to look for a home. It was three months to the day that the old man had found the baby. Now with the help of the mysterious gold, the couple could finally rest and raise their daughter her parents treated the girl like a princess and it said that the girl had a benign influence on everyone around her despite the difficulties whenever her parents felt said, they only had to look on their foster daughter. And they became happy again. At three months when the name came to the bamboo cutters home who I guess he's now not a bamboo cutter anymore but just keep calling him that the name Giver took one look at the girl and gave her a name. Princess Moonlight. He called her that because the light that shined from her when she was a baby hadn't gone away. She glowed like the Moon Shield like she was the daughter of the Moon God himself for three days a festival rang out in the city to celebrate the naming of Princess Moonlight. Everyone who saw her declaring that they had never seen anyone. So lovely and all the beauties in the land would pale next to her and not only because of the Pale, light constantly strangely emanating from her. And so princess moonlight grew up a joy to everyone radiating kindness and peace. You'll been boo cutter hugged his daughter now sixteen years old. He was going out. He was for the guards. Would they mind clearing the way a little bit? The men nodded at their boss. The bamboo cutter looked to his family. All right. See you later. Backup backup let them through the guards barked. You want this man to be your father in law right let him leave the house. Before the doors slide closed, the mass of men suitors for Princess Moonlight crowded in front of the family's house straining for some sight. Any sight of her as they were on most days today, they were disappointed to still they arrived in droves to seek her hand marriage. Waiting for days to even get a chance to talk to her elderly parents, she looked on all the men and said, no, this went on for months after she came age but the men eventually taking the hint and me know needing to eat and make a living. The space before the house begin to clear out. Then only five remained. They sat out in the yard day night never leaving they stayed through the sweltering summer and biting cold of winter. They wrote versus to Princess Moonlight and each time her father passed respectfully yet firmly asked for her hand in. Marriage. The bamboo cutter respected their resolve. But said that his daughter said that she wasn't interested wasn't them. She just didn't WanNa. Marry anyone the men asked if you know he couldn't. Medieval Dad the situation and just force her into marriage that was not exactly unprecedented. The bamboo cutter said that he wanted his daughter to be married. That wasn't a secret, but he couldn't force as well on her she wasn't his biological daughter. The men were confused. She wasn't. The bamboo cutter said that he and his wife are in their seventies and she glowed no, that shouldn't be surprising. She was one of those no strings attached magical heaven baby find in food and stuff. The Samra men nodded yeah made sense. They took the seat and resumed their vigil for the Young Woman's heart inside the bamboo cutter went to his daughter. He said, he knew she didn't want to marry. But he was in the seventies and had lived a hard life in the forest. He could go at any moment and only wished for his daughter to be married before he died. She didn't want to marry, but she saw it meant to her father. She took a deep breath. Okay. But here are the conditions. The men shot up as the bamboo curtain exited the house he missed. Look guys. I'm going to be real I'm pulling for you. I really am you've really shown you're tough and committed, and you're waiting outside the door for her to choose you classy move. This was like a romantic comedy or something you be Golden Apparently. Not Good enough for my magical moon daughter though. The men FRO THEIR BROWSE Did she say no again. Because they were used to know the bamboo cutters shook his head on the contrary she said, yes but it was basically impossible. The men stopped him. Nothing was impossible in love. What did she want them to do? The bamboo cutter said that these were impossibly dangerous missions that might take years. They hadn't even seen his daughter just meet someone else. They were all handsome Samurai. But none of the men left the bamboo cutter rolled his eyes. Whatever? All right. He produced a list he put into the First Samurai new. He said, and the man tried to interrupt to tell the bamboo cutter, his name Oh. We don't need to remember anymore names not until I'm sure you're gonNA come back alive similar one you'll be similar I one Samurai ones. Task is to go to India to take a journey to the West if you will in return with a stone bowl that belongs to the Buddha I, hope you have an immortal monkey front and a dragon horse you're going to need them. are similar to once again don't names you're going to the mountain of I and the eastern see. On the mountain summit is a tree and it said to have roots of silver a trunk of. Branches made of jewels just bring back a branch. Oh Fun fact, the mountain of horror is a mythical land where the air is said to be made of souls not sure if you'll suffocate. But if you don't, you'll get all their perceptions and knowledge fun stuff Oh and the people. There are tiny fairies whose hearts don't know evil. So try not to ruin the place. Are I Samurai three? You're getting me fire rat but the skin of the fire rat like a fire rat cloak, but you can't really get the skin without getting the fire at am I rat. None of the men were really impressed with his dad jokes. He had only been a dad for lake. Sixteen of seventy something years but he had apparently taken to the dad jokes in a big way. Anyway, you need to get a robe made from fire rats, skins bring it back here similar I four Samurai four semi for all right homestretch you are trying to find a swallow which has a shell in its nest. Cool. Good luck with that. Similar I five the man race to send the bamboo cutter rolled his eyes. Yes. There were five guys here. We all know who Sam Ri- Five Is. There's a dragon that carries a stone in its head radiating five colors. Get The stone and bring it back here. The man asked if. The Dad had any more information. The bamboo cutter flipped clipboard over. Yet. No, that's all he had. It's a quest. So you know maybe try some questing. Hold your hand through everything. All right boys bring it in the bamboo cutter. Put his hand out on three everyone. Say I'm not going to do this quest. This is stupid and I should just move on to meet someone else. The men all pulled their hand back in the bamboo cutters shrugged. Well you tried. Mostly the journey of the Five Samurai. But that will be right after this. Is there something interfering with your happiness preventing you from achieving your goals? Maybe some things have been weighing on your mind you feel like you're stuck we've been there sure have and it could be allowed to handle like getting married starting residency and finishing a thesis all in a few months yet or changing careers moving and raising a newborn all at the same time though is a lot it was, but I wouldn't change it oh same better. Help wants you to start living a happier life today by matching you with own licensed professional therapist it offers. 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He decided that enough time passed for him to not look suspicious you went to the temple. Looked at the stone bowl sitting on an altar and not. That one you wanted to buy that bowl told the priest. He just spent three years doing nothing waiting to marry a woman. This was a name, your price situation, the priest who thought. They could use that new addition to the temple gift wrap the bull. And sent the same on his way. The, same right I took some paper and began writing at his story telling of the perils of his adventures and finally the victory of finding the bowl. You waited a couple more days. Paid summit venture passing through for his clothes and gear and made his way to princess. Moonlight. You're not seeing princess moonlight the bamboo cutter told Samarai. One. The same. I was confused why not he did the question everything. Did you though. Similar I said, yeah. Why? What happened? Oh it's just like you're sure you went all the way to India for this and didn't I don't know stop at a temple gift shop and Kyoto. Because the quest was for a glowing jewel encrusted bowl. And this is this is just a stone bowl. Samurai one smiles sheepishly and the bamboo cutters shoved the bowl back in his hands. It was in the quest title get a glowing bowl next time take notes. You can scam us better or you know try to marry a woman who wants to marry you. Samarai one took the bowl that cost more than a third house and left. As he did, he passed Samra to back from his quest the magic mountain to get a branch made of jewels he was flanked by four servants. He told said four servants to wait outside when are we going to get paid the yelled he shush them soon soon. After he takes the branch to the princess. So. Did you get like all the wisdom in the world? The bamboo cutter asked inspecting the branch same to shook his head. Now just regular air didn't even see any fairy folk either. The bamboo cutter nodded bummer and then he took the branch back to his daughter. She emerged tears welling up in her eyes. He did it. He did this for her Samurai to was speechless. Wow, he had heard of her beauty but seen firsthand. She was unlike any woman he had ever seen. She said that for her father, she would marry him. then. They heard the commotion there were Shouts Outside, and Samurai to servants forced their way through. Was it done. Could they get paid now? Same riotous smiled yes. Of course, I said after going in the car. For Princess Moonlight wasn't nearly as harsh. Where these travelling companions today go with him to the mountain of Horai. Men Chuckled Yeah Hora. Similar to shots, daggers at them, and then look back to Princess Moonlight. Who is now standing with arms crossed? Okay. What's going on? Similar to started saying that these men were angry too but she cut him off. Not, you. Them. The four servants step forward. he said only stupid people thought that the mountain of Horai existed. So he bought up a bunch of diamonds and the four of us spent three years shaping them into a tree branch. He said he was gonNA, make us rich but he's getting all cagey keeps ignoring the invoices. So I don't think that that's actually happening. Samurai raised his hand to smack the servant. But with a nod from princess moonlight when a broom guards flew from the edge of the room subdued the man. He was tossed out. Told never to return. Princess Moonlight though hold up the branch. She, gifted it to the workers who were definitely not going to get paid now and thank them for their honesty. Similar, I three was well. He was an honest man, but he was also unlucky. You see he sent word to China for robe made out of fire at skins and it took years his friend, their searched high and low went to temples and palaces even stopped beggars in the streets. And it was only with the last man that he talked to. When he had given up hope and he heard his first rumor of the fire rat robe, it was an attempt that had long since collapsed Samra three traveled to China to follow up on the one and only that they had sifting through the rubble of the temple himself. Until underneath it all in an iron box, he found the fire rat robe aerob- impervious to fire in his friends mansion inspected the rope. It was nice enough. Of course, it was beautiful silver and bright. Though, the legend of the Robe said that any time it was burned. came out of the fire even more beautifully. AEROB- could never be too beautiful for Princess Moonlight. He asked his friend. To build a fire. Looking at the pile of ashes that was the robe. Similar I three was sad at the fire rat robe was a meth after all. At, least he didn't take it to Princess Moonlight. Maker think he was trying to deceive her? He sent her a letter telling her the whole story. And said that he wouldn't be returning home. He was staying in China. Even, though he hadn't completed his quest. He revealed himself to be an honest man. She sent a letter Tottenham to return. She chose him. But Sam Ri- Three had moved on. Maybe seeking a life further out in the wilderness. Maybe, still seeking after the fire rat robe regardless she neither saw nor heard from him again. Semi forgot lucky and then fiercely unlucky he was lucky because he had so many swallows nests in the rafters of his kitchen, which seems like a great way to get Burr poop all over your food. But whatever you ordered to servants look through each and every swallow nest for the shell. They devised a system of ropes and pulleys where they would go up baskets to hunt for the shell in the nests, and after a total of one day Samra four was getting impatient. Where was his shell? He wanted a shell forget it. If you wanted it done right he would do it himself. He jumped in the basket in order to servants pull. You at the stove getting dinner ready pull. They said that it was dangerous up there. The swallows were pretty angry about having people rooting through their nests. The man said that he was a Samurai in some versions of the story. Don't talk to them about a bunch of birds now pull the servants did so and soon, Samra four was in the rafters and he saw what is servants were talking about the Spurs and the raptors they did not like a bunch of servants brooding through their nests when the boss arrived, they decided that they had enough. They attacked hitchcock style. They went I face and he stagger backward swatting at them before they pet designs out. then. Through the angry black cloud. He saw it. The shell, the object of his quest he lunged for it in the nest through a swarm of beaks and claws he gripped Shell and held it aloft. degree. It was a shell. But not quite the one he was looking for. He knew this because when he gripped tightly the yoke ran his arms. Oh just then the flock of sparrows came at him to avenge the stolen crushed egg. Swatting at them and to the edge of the Basket Samurai four rolled off the basket. Tumbled down hitting the lit stove hard when he finally got out of the hospital, he couldn't bring himself to think about sparrow nests let alone the search for the shells. Princess Moonlight never heard from him again. Similar I five went off after the dragon and never returned Princess Moonlight only learned years later that he actually did go off after the dragon with the jewel in his head after he paid all of his servants and warriors to go off before him and they just took his money and left him forever. He bragged loudly and frequently about how he was going to slay the dragon soap. The dragon made a terrible storm on the sea after he vomited pretty much everything in his stomach and then some warned that he would shoot every last person on this boat with an Arrow if they didn't doc immediately. They laughed at him saying that he paid for this journey. He didn't need the bow just tell them to dock. He screamed at them to do it and they landed on the first island they found. and that's where historians because the very brave Samurai refused to set foot on any boat ever again. So he lived and died on a deserted island in the Sea of Japan. Hey they're the bamboo cutter said to his visitor things calm down but they still got an occasional suitor popping by gun in Egypt to sign a waiver please the bamboo cutter pointed to the parchment below. Have you heard about the stuff might outer once people to do to marry her dragons Magical Islands Spero's might WanNa think about maybe picking someone else. But the visitor refused to sign. He said that he wasn't here seeking after Princess Moonlights hand. He was here on behalf of another, he produced a message. One with imperial seal. Oh turned out nobles and Samurai Talk. And everyone was intrigued but the woman who's hand no one could win the emperor. Most of all the bamboo cutter side he was going to need to talk to his attorney about expanding the waiver. So can I see her the emperor wants me to see her to tell them if she's as beautiful as the rumors say the message addressed, the bamboo cutter could only shake said Oh no no, no. Yeah. No one sees princess. Moonlight. Unless she wants to be seen the Messenger protested that he was here on behalf of the emperor the Bambu cutter only shrugged and showed the man the door. Sorry. It was his daughter's wishing he wonder respecter when the ladies in waiting arrived they to try to see Princess Moonlight and the event that it was like a modesty thing it wasn't and they too were turned away. Then the first messenger returned. Did they cutter? WanNa have his house stormed by soldiers because this is how you get your house stormed by soldiers. Anyway he hoped the bamboo cutter would reconsider because the emperor himself was coming to the area. The bamboo cutter knew that his daughter would never agree to it but leading some Laquian was way different than leading the emperor himself in the bamboo cutter side. Weeks passed. And the day the emperor was set to arrive the bamboo cutter sealed himself away. The bamboo cutter knew that he arrived. When he heard the scream, the wayward hunter found the door unlocked. Unlocked an unmanned just as they planned, he crept his way back to Princess Moonlights bedroom and opened the door. That was the scream that the bamboo cutter heard as the emperor himself overwhelmed by the most beautiful woman. He had ever seen rush toward her and dropped to his knees. She hit her face from him begging to leave refused he would never leave her side again he loved her, he wanted her to return with him to the palace. He would give her a position of honor and everything she ever wanted very much not taking the hint he whistled for the imperial litter to come to the house. But Princess Moonlight wrenched her hand away. Look at her. The. Emperor. Stagger back certainly. But wait. Why is she disappearing all back to the future like see see this is why can't leave this place why I can't leave them she screamed and the emperor nodded okay. Okay. Okay. He would leave. He would leave her alone provided she stopped fading away. What was even going on? He stepped back further. She lowered her hand from her face. Closed her eyes, and took a deep breath. She once again became completely opaque. She smiled at the emperor. Thank you the men nodded. Took one last look at Princess Moonlight. And left. He wrote you quicker than you were able to write him back. The bamboo cutter said Brahima letter in from the Messenger Princess Moonlight smiled and exchanged letters with her father tearing open the emperor's letter and sat back as she read the little addition to the last letter the one that turned into two extra pages they had been writing each other for the past three years. Writing Poems jokes long heartfelt letters they had grown close. Despite being separated by miles. This was her only happiness in that time. Her parents had grown old older and as they did. She found herself drawn outside at night. Especially on nights when the moon was full. On those nights. She would just look up. Weep. Her parents found her crime one night. And asks their daughter. What was wrong? The girl smiled sadly. She. She had remembered a truth. She thought she had forgotten. She. She wasn't from here. Her parents looked at each other and then backed Princess Moonlight Yeah I mean. They found her in a bamboo stalk and she glowed so that was not difficult to process. Princess Moonlight looked back to the moon. She was from the Moon. She was the daughter of the king there. Long ago, she had made a mistake. A big one. She didn't remember what now. And it was only recently that the shadowy memories of her true home. Of Her banishment. CAME into sharper focus. She held her parents close. She been sent down here to live a life on earth. But she never expected to love the elderly couple so much. So now we're once she was heartbroken to have to come here. She was devastated to have to leave. Her parents shook their heads. Why? Why did she have to leave? She looked to the ground. The fifteenth of August. That was a date that echoed in her mind when other memories came drifting back. On the fifteenth of August, her exile ended and she was going home, her father's warriors would descend from the Moon on cloud. Take her back with them. The woodcutter stood it wasn't fair. She was their daughter. She embraced her father. But told him that even though she loved him and he was her dad. This was the way things had to be. That was her home. She couldn't defy the Will the moon king. The trio sat together for a long while after that. It was nearly morning when the elderly couple rows. No strings attached magic baby, the bamboo cutter muttered air by themselves. The wife slumped over herself. Asked, how she was supposed to know that this time the one where the origin of the baby actually mattered. The father shook his head well magical moon predecessor. Know their daughter wanted to be here they had the emperor of Japan on their side. and. He wasn't going to give his daughter up without a fight. was the night of August fifteenth. Princess Moonlight stood in her room. Waiting the cloud from the moon to come take her away. She was hand in hand with her father and mother. then. She turned to her father. She gripped his hand. Squeezed. Father. It's time to let go. The man shook his head. What did she mean? The man outside the ones with swords and bows. The ones that were ready to go to war on her behalf against the Moon Kingdom. Tell them to leave. Her father hung his head he couldn't lose her. She, told him that she wouldn't have violence done on her behalf. please. The bamboo cutter side who found leader of the soldiers hidden outside ready for the ambush. He said, he knew he didn't have the authority to ask them to stand down and leave. The Princess Moonlight. She knew. She didn't want them here. She didn't WANNA war. The man looked at the bamboo cutter nodded and yelled for his warriors to move out. Confused. The Bamboo Cutter Watch them leave. Not knowing that they were ordered by the emperor to fight to the death for Princess Moonlight? Unless the woman asked them to leave. It was a long night but the harvest moon hanging yellow on the horizon. then. Smoke grew from far. Off. The mother and father step from the home and closed the door behind them. In. A short time the entire sky was obscured in the cloud that stood not ten feet from the home. A massive chariot floated it was filled with beans that glowed. Glowed like their daughter. The, official looked down at them from the chariot. The time has come for Princess Moonlight to return to the moon. We knew you would take care of her. That's why we sent the gold and the bamboo stalks. You've been rewarded for your service. Now. That service has ended. She can come home. Mother and father only hung their heads. Please Please don't take her. The man in the Cherry ignored them. Instead. Looked to the house and boomed Princess Moonlight come out of this lowly dwelling rest not here another moment at these words, the doors to the home split open by themselves in unison. All the way to Princess Moonlight? A wind swept through the house. and. The princess glowed more brilliantly than our parents had seen in twenty years they had spent raising her. She, flooded the exit. And then her feet touched the ground. She had tears in her eyes but now. She knew where she had to be. She had to go home. To our true home, she told her family as much and then said that she would miss them dearly, her father begged her the cherry driver, the beans from the moon. Please let them go with her. They didn't care about any of this house or wealth or anything. Just. About her. Princess Moonlight said that it was nice but it wasn't allowed. She could barely live on earth. And they wouldn't be able to live on the moon. This was where they had to say, goodbye. Whenever they missed her. They had only to look up at the moon and remember their time together. And know that she was thinking of them too. then. She produced something from aerob-. It, was a small vial tied to a note. She said that this was for her friend. The, Emperor. The one she had grown to love nearly as much as them. The elderly couple through the tears nodded, they would see that the emperor received it. With that. Princess Moonlight boarded the chariot and the myths began to retreat. The husband and wife Hell each. Other Watching the procession roll upward sky. They heard the voices singing for their daughter. And when the mist said left the house they saw it was nearly dawn. And their last glimpse of their daughter. The wonderful. Princess Moonlight. Was One of her waving to them from the rosy clouds. Nearly home. The emperor looked down at the vile. And the last note that Princess Moonlight had penned in her human form. Immortality. That's what the note promised. That was her final gift. He looked up at the moon. Glowing large on the mountaintop. He knew that somewhere. She was out there looking down on him. He hoped she knew how much he loved her. He took the vial uncorked. Poured it out in the fire in front of him. The smoke rose high up on the mountain. An offering to the moon princess. Because of her that, he could never drink that vile. Bear immortality without her. Cues on the top of Mount Fuji we needed this. and. It said that the smoke that comes from that offering continues to rise. Even to this day. Long after the emperor went to his rest yearning for the love of Princess Moonlight? Love that would never be. Is a volcano and I guess in the past produced more smoke than it does. Now, this is just one fairytale origin of the smoke that famous mountain. Oh and full disclosure. The five Samra in the story aren't Sam. Ryan. Every version. And some they are princes nobles. Their social standing doesn't really matter to the larger story. So I just went with Samurai as they were in one version next week we're back in Irish folklore for a love story that spans centuries, and also one of the parties being transformed into a scarlet fly the size of a handsome man's head. 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Each month, the Fox demanded that the city sacrifice had child to it, which even for Greek myth standards a child, a month is pretty steep price worse yet, the Fox was designed by dyonisis to be uncatchable and unkillable enter empty trian the future Stepdad of Hercules. He and his wife Alchemy had just fled their home insurance an infantry on accidentally killed his father in law the King of mycenae. Crayon the brother of Kosta and the one who took the reins of Thebes after oedipus rex everything said, he would help him vitry on on one condition. He kills the UNKILLABLE uncatchable giant Fox. Infra Trian wasn't his future foster son. He wasn't a muscle stacked demi-god. But he was smart. He went to the gods asked for help. And he got it. He Got Lila ups. Hunting dog blessed by Hera to catch anything that was sent after. Infantry on sent the dog after the Fox and paradox ensued. What happens when an uncatchable Fox is pursued by a hound that gets his glory if you're listening to the segment hoping that resolve the question of what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object well. Sorry infantry annuity was doing in. Rather than trying to solve that particular quandary decided that he had better things to do and turn them both the stone. That's it. For this week myths and legends is by Jason and cursor wiser our theme songs but the band broke for free and the creature. The wheat music is by Steve Combs. There are links to even more music in the show notes and I want to say, thanks can better help for sponsoring us this week. Is there something interfering with your happiness prevent you from achieving your goals? You should really check out better help they assess your needs to match you with your own professional licensed therapist and. You can start communicating in under forty eight hours visit better help dot com slash myths. 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Interview With Brooke Sinclair Founder And Cultivator Of Bloomfield Organics

"Excuse me. Welcome to on the rise podcast. Join Sonya Gomez and James Brinkerhoff as they expose the real secrets of the green rush. No subject is taboo, as we are lifting the skirt to reveal the best kept secrets in health and business. Learn from the successful people in our network here from the patients whose lives are being transformed. Get in the emerald circle to access the tools resources and relationships you need to thrive in the world's fastest growing industry. Whatever everybody. This is coming to you live date you at the end Jay biz con we are so excited to have the official launch of leaf time happening right now, we are. Sponsored partnered with lifetime. Go ahead and take a moment right now. Download the app you can do. So by clicking my messenger link on legalize it dunk criticize. And we'll send you a personal invitation. You guys get I access to downloading the app, which means that you also get a complimentary. Skip the line voucher, jump align. Jer with leave time. I'm so excited to be a part of this launch and to be featuring some of our partners and some of the brands that you will be able to find in side of our apps. No matter where you with now. Today's sitting next to me is being gorgeous one of the founders of Bloomfield products, which I'm going to be showing you guys here through this show. Give a warm legalized don't criticize. Welcome to my girl. Go ahead and engineers yourselves. I'm Brooke Sinclair, some the founder and cultivator for Bloomfield. There's so much cool stuff here and a women owned business, by the way, which is so exciting. We were just talking with the VP of women grow yesterday. And we were talking about how women are kind of taking, you know, taking their leadership roles in a new way like we're taking the cannabis industry by storm right now. Yeah. So tell me a little bit about how you started Bloomfield stepped into this industry. Gosh, there's so much behind. Gimme the gimme gimme the gist of. This is really that. We had a passion for growing for patients, and the more that we started working with patients over the last eleven years, we got deeper and deeper into it. And we're able to expand our company from being something very small to each year expanding expanding. And now, we're vertically integrated company for the most part and have many factoring distribution and also cultivation. Those are the California, right? Yeah. Yeah. That's amazing. I'll just say because I'm from California. But I also am in Colorado. California's cultivating some of the best cannabis on the market right now. Not that we're any of us are surprised that they've always had the best candidates. So tell me what separates you from your from the rest of the people in the world. Like, what is so special about Bloomfield? I'm so we're really founded on the principles everyone into protect the small farmer. We're definitely live with a female farmers, which is pretty exciting. I was in a cab earlier today, and they're like, oh, this this girl. She just works for the company, they they grow. And I was like, oh, no actually like, I am the growers. They're like what, you know says exciting to get to work with other farmers on the base for us. We thought it was really important to form a family farmers until we're working with other small arms throughout California to really make sure that we're not getting left behind because there is a lot of big money coming in here. And another is a scary time for people that have been doing this for decades or three generation. And so we really want to protect that. And in that, we're making sure that we're protecting the history, and the culture that surrounds hell and what we've been working so hard for so long. And so it is nice all of our farms are totally organic one hundred percent. We have the lynnfield certification program. So we're all of our farmers networking together. To learn power growing too. Share strains, and all of our little secrets that we've been working on for the last of the streams that you guys are famous for I know in this one, and I'll just give you guys a little bit. We'd porn right now. First of all the smell on. This is absolutely outrageous. It just reminds me of home I grew up in the humble hills. I was born in Santa Cruz, and you know, my family farms are in Mendocino and Humboldt, but just a little bit of this week porn. I dunno Dakota. You can zoom in on this or not. But this is a beautiful. It's almost the size of my hand little nugget right here, and it's smells like like pure bliss. I literally cannot wait. What is the straining? It said that the blue cheese ACDC cross said that was awesome, strain that a sincere gave to us that they formulated so pretty excited we're really expanding this year on our CD line. And so join a lot of one to win flower. This is gonna be dominant strain as one to one. We haven't had that one yet. But I'm gonna guess it's going to be more like a two-to-one. Okay. So we'll see how that comes out. I love the. ACDC? So that's probably yeah. I know signing really great. I was also really surprised first of all love the packaging here. This is like a glass container with this little block, led one of the first free role that I've actually smelled especially if you I know. This rate here is it smells like candy jar. Is this also the same? That's the same. Yeah. And so we're getting ready to release our pre roll line in December. So we're also really excited about that. And you should be excited. How many of you guys would like to have one of these free roles in your pocket? Hashtag pre roll in my pocket. And then you, but I wanted to tell you, so my favorite strain is police dragon. You have a game of thrones strain. So that's my favorite right now. So be sure to check that out to John. We'll be checking that out. Thanks so much. If you as obsessed with game of thrones. Let me know I'm holy obsessed. I like my whole little smoking kit and Munshi like mountain monkey mountain and me and my kids watch game thrown their older kids, by the way. Okay. What about this? Little sexy thing right here. I'm so excited about this. Yes. So this is our signature item here. So it's the Bloomfield vape kit Bloomfield vid kit for those of you guys who are checking out the risers as your way to administer medicine. This is definitely something. You're gonna wanna put on Santa's list show show me the money. How does this thing work? Yeah. Charger. Yes. So we have this in a variety of colors red black blitz. This is kind of like I knew that we just came out with pretty exciting. So this locate here has four different pens and batteries in there. And so you have a TV in the hybrid and CBD to kind of one for anytime day, or when it your goal friends excited to share last night when you're like, oh, you know, I'm really like tired. Here's us for you. But this is what I want. So we really like this. It's convenience leaked street. And and then you can plug it in the bottom, and it's hard as always. Like US? These your phone chargers are like this is so easy to access. Anyone of your phone chargers can connect into it. But it comes with his own little charger. And then what are these cool little things right here? Just the packages batteries are. And then here we have our childproof packaging, the cartridges. And that's how you buy the dispensary. This is so frigging cool. I need this as a stocking stuffer. Honey, if you're listening all take to and I want mine in wood grain with the gold is so sleek, so sexy, did you design this honest. It was a work where the team, but. Yeah, this is idea that we are. It's so sexy like just the perfect excess Serie for any girl any friends, even your husband can totally rock. This like, this is my favorite thing. And I love the little magnet box on here. You guys did such a great job. I mean Canopus is going classy it used to be kinda try. She let's just be serious change in the Sigmar change for sure what are you most proud of in your work well with this with lethal? I really wanted to brand that we were changing the sigma, and it was something that my mom would feel comfortable using. I mean, finger spouse, Wendy. But yeah, you know, we want to make people comfortable cannabis. It's such a powerful medicine and everyone needs to feel comfortable using it and to be educated on it. And so I'm just really proud of all around, and I'm proud of all the people that have gotten us here, and the farmers that we work with your originally a southern girl. So talk to me a little bit about the contrast between being in the south, and how you made the transition into grass into California. Yeah. So it wasn't when a path I ever thought that I was going to be on. I graduated from school I found myself amended Sinoe, and which is kind of like had no idea culture is whatsoever. So now, you know, I've kind of been all over in the cannabis industry from living in Mendoza to Tahoe grass valley, Nevada city and our new farms down in San Luis of stuff. God I grew up in a nicer right on. Crazy love that my uncle's dry. Great Barmer and pass aerob- list. And I grew up actually Preston. Task like old stomping grounds down vise not muscle stuff on one them. On here. Yeah, we're excited. So we just close on our new farm and September. Congratulations ain't us. So we're about to take over pass. Oh, and my other passionate other than cannabis is a wind, someway, so stoked to like get into Paso and really try to figure out. How do we start this whole little wide, and we'd towards there while you start by inviting me out yet because I will drink the we I will drink the wine in smoke the weed. Yes, I will be doing that. How many guys would like to come? Check us out impasse aromas where there is like the best dry, farmed wine and the most incredible. We'd I mean Santa Cruz, Dan Lewis all throughout Mendocino all throughout San Luis Obispo county this wall being cultivated yet. Yeah. And like, it's so cool. Our new spot. We literally want like thirty steps in you're in a wine tasting room. Nope. So we're excited right now, we do a lot of different farm-to-table mills. Yes are really excited infused. Or? Yes. So we've. Partnered up with chef hold it out of LA and he's altered plates. And so we have private dinners, and it's really really exciting to be able to pair the cannabis with food. And then incorporate the wine in there. That's awesome. When you become one of the partners into the time. We'll do push notification and let everybody know I know you guys want to know about this. But will let everybody know when your wine when your wine tasting dinners are when you're when you're releasing new products. This is just so exciting. I love to get fresh organically grown, California, cannabis into the hands of our consumers because I know that some of the highest quality that's available on the market right now. Yeah. Thank you so much for the work that you're doing. It's absolutely incredible. I'm super impressed. And I see thousands of products a month like literally people are setting mountains of stuff all of his time. And I never get this kind of fresh smell on. I can't wait to taste this. I wish I could do it right here on camera and your big razor boxes, just gorgeous. This is like I'm so excited to have this on my Christmas list. So keep an eye out. You guys Bloomfield is on the scene. Congratulations. Thank you so much for being on the show with us today. And I can't wait to see you inside leave time. Thank you guys. I'm your house Sonia. Domas broadcasting live from the m j Visconti special here in Las Vegas sponsored by leaf time. Make sure that you guys down though the app right now. And I will see you guys on our next broadcast. I'm your host ODI Gomez. And we'll see there. Subscribe to this podcast on medical secrets dot com. Follow us on Facebook at Facebook dot com forward slash medical secrets one. That's Facebook dot com forward slash medical secrets and the number one.

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A Blurry Wedding, 240 Minutes a Day and Secrets of the Rich

Surrounded by Idiots Radio Podcast

15:00 min | 1 year ago

A Blurry Wedding, 240 Minutes a Day and Secrets of the Rich

"After interviewing two hundred rich people and a hundred twenty or thirty poor people he realized a few things a novice. Something completely different by podcast spitting out some practical philosophy. You can hopefully use everyday. This renovated is radio. Podcast I'm Tony to frame. Phd Your Host Philosophy Coach author of the Book Surrounded by idiots. Hey how you doing a great to have you back in a couple of things real quick. I was A couple listeners. This past week had shared a the fact that one of them listens to the show while they give blood and the other one was a couple and they were actually sort of stranded radio stranded out in the middle of Australia and had nothing else. Listen to so. They listened to my podcast for four hours. So after apologizing profusely for having to put them through that unintentionally I'm glad that they listened. And the and also the giving blood isn't weird. It seems like the people listen to the show when they are stuck at the door to go. I don't care if you listen to get something out of it that's great. I hope everybody's doing great this week. Show is is a story and it's sort of a combination of a few different things that happened to me at the same time as I guess most of my stories are and it has obviously it has ties to philosophy and psychology in in in just perception. And all that fun stuff. The first thing was a little while ago I had a friend of mine and she had texted me and said do me a favor. Go to on your iphone that screen. That has the number of hours that you were on certain things or how you allocated your time and I went there and I was shocked because it was about three hours in some odd minutes. That had said that I was on social media or doing something that I'm like. I cannot believe I was doing that. Now Mind you not to make excuses by do get a lot of material from social media. Go to Uproxx all those things that have great articles in kind of give me an idea of where people are outer wear their minds erade so I can sort of tailor my stories in the message to what's what they say is the Zeitgeist are what's the culture old trend. That's going on all that being said. There's really no excuse I looked at. I'm like Oh my God well. No wonder no wonder. It's taking me forever to finish recording the audio book or or it takes me a long time to do things that I think. Why is this taking me so long? Then that brought me back into in article that I read a just a little while ago and the article was titled The two hundred and Forty minutes a day that separates the rich from everyone else and the point of the article. Was this every single day? There are one thousand four hundred forty minutes after interviewing over two hundred rich people and a hundred twenty or thirty poor people. He realized a few things about twelve hundred minutes out of that fourteen hundred forty. Most of them were your basic stuff. Right your work in your sleep. And you're eating and you're bathing in your dressing and all the basic functioning stuff of life that takes up most of your day except for that remaining two hundred and forty minutes which is four hours four hours during the day. The you have that separates the rich from the poor. Here's what Tom says is the difference between the mindset of the rich people versus the poor people he said over eighty percent of these rich people do sixty minutes of dream setting every day that means working on their side hustle working on their passion doing some research about certain things that's creating more value in their life and more value for other people in their lives. He also said that eighty percent of these rich people do sixty minutes of deliberate practice or education which means practicing a skill or increasing their knowledge related to that skill in a career or a continuing education or research. And what this thing did is. It helped their mastery in their field. That helped the knowledge part elevating themselves within a particular field. Then he said almost a hundred percent of these rich people did at least thirty minutes of aerobic exercise so every single day at least thirty minutes of aerobic he said aerobic exercise assuming that probably means fast walking as well or something having to do with exercise in general he also says that ninety percent of these rich people do thirty minutes of building relationships every single day according to him that's networking and business organisations and non-profit and trade and even like hello calls and happy birthday calls just connecting to the people. Lastly Tom says that one hundred percent of the rich people surveyed do no more than one hour every single day of leisure stuff. Something that it really doesn't contribute to your path your journey or your side. Gig or your business or your networking thumbing through your newsfeed on Social Media. And what he says is with these routines and habits. You become a virtuoso at your skill your knowledge increases. You have better health. You have stronger relationships and you have greater wealth. I love fact that this is all set up and I think it perfectly shows where the mindset needs to be in regards to where to put your time in taking a look at it and I don't know if you Kinda saw that as well when we just went over it I really don't think there's enough time in regards to relationships in this. I mean an hour of dream setting and our of deliberate practice. I would think that you could sorta corden or correlate both of those together the process of this is is for the end result of the endgame being rich or being wealthy so I have a bit of a balance issue with this. I don't think it's really balanced in regards to what's important although you know. That's my Gig and that's why I wanted to share this with you because maybe if you go to it if it's Tom. Corley C. O. R. L. E. Y. And I'll put a link in the show notes if you want to go take a look at it personally speaking. I've I've never adopted a stringent regimen. Like this because I'm not the type that I'm not good at that I. I'm more of a dimensional person. I'm more of kind of go with. What the flow is. And I think that's my downfall on a lot of points and that might be something that you deal with as well because that brings in another concept and it's a concept of the philosophy of time in the fact that your perception of time when you're into something everything else seems to blur out. It's like DJ weddings for years. Like twenty some odd years. And I've been wedding wedding planner. I've actually officiated a few weddings as well. And it's a very interesting dynamic at a wedding because as you know if you have been married before you understand that of time warping on itself and it just being a blur and you just don't have that same perception of that day as let's say me who most of the time. Those are the longest damn days. Because I gotta get there an hour or two before to set up I mean beforehand trying to get my stuff then then I gotta get dressed up and then I'm setting up and then I'm waiting and waiting and then I mean that's for me and for people who work or even for people who go there and having to be if you happen to be eight and you're getting drug to a wedding you're sitting there going. Oh my God I mean after the cake is served. Your let's get out of here. But to the bride and the groom the thing goes woosh right by every single bride and groom that I've talked to hundreds has said that that day just flew by and the point. I'm trying to make with this perception of time. Thing goes into this whole creating this structure or this these rituals or these habits in regards to being rich. Or let's just say for the record for our record being successful so if you take both of those things and you mesh them together in regards to your perception of time and what's valuable to you versus setting up a ritual for success. I would say take a look at all of these things that I've talked about in regards to what's in Corelli's article because I think it has some merit take a look at how much time to put into your dream setting or I always tell people at do at least a half an hour because again. Let's look let's work with a four hours okay. Because I think that's fair. I think the four hour thing in terms of every single day is a really good observation in regards to really what we have to make a difference or to do things if we wanted to our side Gig or expand in a certain direction that we haven't been able to get we want to explore so you've got the dream setting you've got the practice or education. Then you've got the AEROB- The exercise part. That is an absolute. Must if you don't like the gym don't go to the gym. If you have a home starting out then start out slowly. I've been working out for years. I've been a personal trainer for a long time. I go through bouts of not going to the gym or not working out and when I get back into it. It sucks because I look at it in the expectation that I've already done what I've done before and I I'm starting out I'm like Oh my God I feel like I'm a hundred. I CAN'T DO ANYTHING. You can't start your insanity. Dvd's over again and expect to jump into it and be Rockin and do the thirty minutes without stopping or without doing the modified versions so just take it easy on yourself and start out just walking and build slowly. That's the key that's the key to everything in regards to the exercise. But you've got to do it because once you start doing it. It's going to build upon itself thirty minutes at least thirty minutes a day in doing the exercise that I think is important on a totally agree with that. Then they talk about the building relationships part of which he said thirty minutes and that's the networking and the business organizations in the nonprofit and the Hulo calls them happy birthday life events. You know I mean I think you can roll that into that one hundred percent part of the of the leisure because I think that in networking in the leisure part you can sorta use that as a catchall for relationships. You can use the leisure for relationships you can use. The networking for relationships lays over that layer of dream setting as well. Because if you're doing the dream setting part which is basically your research or connecting to people to expand your bubble. You're also creating relationships you're also networking it's also. It's also sort of leisure thing because overall it gives you that sense of leisure. If he's talking about leisure is just being time for you to check out of everything. Then yeah I I get that and if you wanted to do that if you keep an eye on your iphone and look at if you're just looking social media just to check out if you're just doing candy crush just check out. I would definitely keep that under an hour. You'd be surprised how fast that goes. It goes back to the whole wedding thing it becomes a blur. Because you're checked out or you're so focused on that thing that that it goes by fast so it's just a matter of being cognizant or aware of keeping an eye on that but overall the called action is I would really like for you to take a moment to write these these parts down these parts of the rich of the successful what they do every day against the dream setting. It's the deliberate practiser education. It's the exercise. It's the building relationships and it's the leisure which is the part which is probably the the most one sided at this point but it's a matter of shifting it and creating rituals and habits creating rituals and habits is really the key to anything. That's what gets you out of that hole natural unconscious process that you're doing. That's not getting you where you want to go. See you have to establish a ritual or a practice or to? Geor you out of that. In order to pattern interrupt that because it goes up into the mind right rituals and practice our cognitive. There's something that you set and you have to be aware of. It's about awareness. And so I think that's a good idea to do that. Look at it in regards to how it works for you and prioritize the things that are most important and I'm not gonNa tell you how to live your life but I can tell you right now from a philosophy standpoint every single ero points to relationships and creating value as things that make your life the most fulfilling so if you can look at that in terms of your priority and then build a little bit of a ritual or a habit to change things maybe a little bit. If you're not working out every single day then make a half an hour. Every other day at the beginning but start with these components. Because I think it's important and then built from there that's it for today You can go to Java Dot COM J. A. V. A. B. U. D. for all the podcasts and also you can go to Alexa on the flash briefings it's under the surrounded by Idiots Radio. Podcast and You can also buy the book surrounded by idiots on Amazon. If you have any comments or questions you can also get hold Tony at Java Dot Com J. A. V. A. B. U. 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Scrooge Goes to a Baby Shower

Parenting Roundabout

12:55 min | 1 year ago

Scrooge Goes to a Baby Shower

"Welcome to round three of the parenting roundabout podcast for the week of December twenty third. I'm Katherine Aleco. I'm here with Terry. Morrow Hello Hello Nicole. Eric's hello we're moms of teens and young adults and when it comes to parenting we've been there done. That bought the T shirt. But we're so waiting for that day. When will reach the finish line in have no further need to lay down in a dark room with a wet rag over our is worrying about something or other so Wednesday is complain Blink Day here on parenting roundabout end? We do not even take time off from complaining for Christmas. We today are going to talk about. Put a recent article in the Washington Post that talked about the need to Kinda update the baby shower It says new parents need childcare. Child care help meals and groceries therapy social support. Steer your friends and family toward helping with support costs instead of shelling out money for chop a line new Stuff so in this season of gift giving is a good idea like do we just want to hand over over a little onesie and be done within or as we do I mean as a as a giver at probably would but as a new parent I definitely would have. I mean you do need stuff you have rights stuff but getting help is really important to like one thing that they talked about in this article like right at the baby shower setup the like meal train for bringing the food when the baby comes which I think is pretty. I think that's GonNa Cause anybody who brought me food. When I had babies I was extremely all it might question with? That is who is coming to this baby shower. 'cause I've recently been to a baby shower for somebody somebody who doesn't live near me. She's a daughter of one of my husband's cousins. I see her only at weddings showers. I don't I don't even know where she lives but I'm pretty sure it's not in meal toting distance and I know that she would want a meal from mean random she barely we knows. So this assumes that you have a warm personal baby shower with your immediate friends and relatives and then it's fine but I you don't WanNa just I mean I guess if they said here goes this go fund me page and chip in for a lactation consultant Okay a upbeat easier than getting a gift card for maybe place which I probably would be doing but least here in New Jersey baby showers have a sort of a broader Guest List You know than what they seem to be talking about here and also. I'm not sure that I've never. I had an adoption shower but I never had a baby shower. How much do you as a young person having your first baby? Say No what you're going to need in the way of have support a you know. Some people might need a lactation consultant. Some people might not some people might need a night nurse. Some people might not want it. You know it seems like what it's going to be some older relatives saying now. Honey you're going to need this and this and this you don't mean that fancy baby stroller that you want. You don't need all those clothes as you need this and this Stat sheet presents. I think this woman was talking about her shower from the perspective of being a mom uh-huh and knowing what she would have needed when she was actually having met shower if she would have been psyched to get this stuff. I'm not right. Well I really liked liked what My son's friends did for their wedding this past summer. They they did a combination. There's a site tie the nod or something that where they can put down. You know physical items that they want and experiences or services that they they want so like that option as a registry basically Yeah it was like a registry. Yeah and so And you could just like donate money online line and they would get the money somehow but see for me personally like I would prefer to outsource and have the you know like say for example Uber Eats Gift Card Because I I feel like well. There's definitely a trend. That's moving away from collecting stuff. And there's that whole reuse recycle up cycled kind of stuff which in some cases good and not so good But I feel like when it comes to these personal items like yeah we there's a registry but then like I feel like New parents wanted shoes. Exactly what they want right so I would like to have the option of of getting services and yeah 'cause I think that has like just as much value. Yeah if it can be done in a really sort of generalized way. Okay but it's like you know you may what are they. I'm not sure what they mean by like experiences but like for some families might be cool to. Have you know a membership to a museum museum or a trip to Disney or whatever but then you have your baby and it's premature or it's got special needs or whatever and then you need a whole other set of experience as as my gift card for a speech. Therapy can have given or you know Uber Uber to the hospital back to visit my kitchen the nick. You It's it seems like if you're GonNa do it this way maybe what you WanNa do is have the shower after the baby is worn when you know specifically what you wish you had give you give the new new parents a month and then throw them apart. That's what we did I had I had my baby shower with Madison was a month old. Yeah and then that's also so a better way to do a a shower or a celebration for a second or third kid. Yeah you know 'cause then you do you've either. You do know you do know Angie stuff yeah were you. Don't really need stuff. But if people brought you like frozen meals and and You know diapers and yeah Here's all the days that I can take your older child to the park. Or whatever like that sort sort of stuff is I think even more when subsequent child definitely I had I actually after after my daughter was born. I had a Hired a Dula like a postpartum. Do Oh my God. That was the best thing one of the best things about having a child being but it was expensive. I couldn't afford to have her all the time but It it was so nice to have somebody come in folsom. Closer helping you know something that was going to change into diaper. This is a really nice kind of support service kind of thing that was recommended to me so kind of the type of the thing that like a family member might have done. If you had one nearby right yeah exactly So I I would hit the option of having an it being socially okay to give alternate forms of rights because I think he just get stuck in this traditional they gotta give a baby blanket. But where else would you like that to expand to. We do that with like Christmas this gift of all the things that are under trees as people are listening to this podcast. Are they looking at them and going. What are really rather had you know yes a trip somewhere? Who if we could take all the money from the stuff that people gave me that I didn't want and they just bought me a made you know aerob- a day at something or a you know pal? I kinda took charge this year. Yeah like we're we're gonNA take the money that we spend on your gifts and put it towards a family experience. How I and will idea I am so over buying them stuff that they you can typically get themselves that we could get for them or if they're just by yeah they they just going by and it doesn't whatever I get my husband he doesn't want anyway so So we I said Yeah. We're GONNA take that money and put it towards something as family so yeah good idea. This year I always have so much trouble with Christmas. Yeah they're older. That helps also Christmas presents and then my husband's birthday is in January. My son's birthday is in March and my daughter's birthday is April so it's a lot lot in a short period of time and my son as I've said before often can't decide what he wants that I'm getting him like double at his birthday because can and can so this year. We're going to try something. New which is just where each member of the four of us is going to buy the other three something with a maximum price of ten dollars so so we're just going to have a very small little fun from the heart sort of a gift exchange on the day and then you know anything that I thought I would get them for Christmas. I can get them for their birthdays. Because it's coming right up afterwards So I don't feel like anybody's getting slighted that much and they don't really it's not like there's a ton a stop. They're not little kids with their is full of toys. It's like sometimes pulling teeth to get something do so. Yeah we're all going to go to this one replace. It has stuff and we're just all going to you know. Buy some little trinket for each other. We'll see how that goes may maybe next year we'll do something some sort sort of experience or by some streaming service for everybody in that will be bad but it. Does you know the gift giving especially with the older kids. It does get kind kind of diminishing returns Yeah I my daughter. This year with her skating team has so many expenses like there's all clothing and just supplies in you know a special backpack like all this stuff that we have after by. Please just put that under the Christmas tree because my expanding so I just I end she she gets it like she would find with that but all right out of it you know. I didn't necessarily have by Christmas sore. I had it way before. And you know or hers. Coach distributed like. Yeah when they got it so it wasn't and working out. Well you just write it all out on a card yet abo- on the card and put it under the tree and say look at all the stuff I got for you for any much. Well there should be a better way and certainly I think everybody who goes to showers and everybody who gives gifts for anything else wants the thing to be as useful as possible possible. You know not an fairly easy also but not something. That's GONNA turn out to be an unnecessary expenditure of funds. So maybe maybe this sort of trend will be helpful eventually. But I'm still not GonNa Cook Meals for somebody. Se twice. I don't think they would while I wouldn't cook the meals. My husband yells blood interesting ideas. And that's it for today's round three tune in tomorrow when we'll obsess about foods that beat stress and then come back on Friday to see what we've come up with for a roundabout Rondo picks weak dollar episodes of parenting roundabout dot Com and talk back in the comments there on our facebook page on twitter. 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1.25 The Pequot War

The Political History of the United States

28:18 min | 2 years ago

1.25 The Pequot War

"Hello and welcome to the political A decent things weren't perfect recall miles standish and the weather gusset incident however what came out of West Agus it was widespread distrust of the pilgrims programs a devastating series of disease had absolutely ravaged the New England tribes these diseases simply decimated them this would have been a huge deal for the English war like we're going to see breakout in sixteen thirty six the end of the war will also mark a relatively long term peace between the native American and the English which would last for nearly forty years until the outbreak of King Philip's war by and large the relationship between the native Americans and the English Massachusetts was enforce them to act as navigators it was the night that he took the hostages that a group of quads boarded stones ship free the hostages and then killed stone and some of his men they asked the English to come settle along the river likely as a check against growing aggression from the quotes tensions would however begin to rise in sixteen thirty four amongst English truth to the idea that quads didn't want to face the fury of the English and that this accidental killing story is just that a story this gets us to the the Captain Johnston was murdered by the Watts the tread claimed that this was done in retribution for a Dutch murder of one of their shaman stone was English is going to be impossible however you can point to the fact that in New England there is not a person anywhere near as powerful as say powered or Shinkin up in the years before the rush because the New England tribes were nowhere near Prime fighting shape there is no definitive answer of when the nation moved into New England however there is some evidence pointing to the in many cases of banded together with the English to fight against the tribe if you recall from last time the river tribes in Connecticut had been anxious enough that at Dutch however that might have been something lost upon the quotes this is an interesting position for the request to have taken in many ways as we will see in a moment there might have been some we'll come to long defined the relationship between the English New England and the local Indian tribes this war stands out as the first major engagement we see between the native trade was affected and nobody really wanted anything to do with them what didn't do however was spur on any future reprisals conflicts certainly nothing like the sixteen twenty two eventually he was accused by William Bradford of working with the Minister John Linford to undermine and destroy the Plymouth Government Oldham was literally chased out yeah that is important here that we are careful not to make mistakes and quit stone and his actions on the same mission where stone was killed he had taken to quash his hostages they may have been relative newcomers to the region we know for example that none of the other Indian nations in the region were terribly anxious to come to their aid during the war and in fact past several episodes I have mentioned the tribe and the growing workloads that had begun to dominate New England this week it is time for us to get down into the war and examining conflict stone and his men were now dead either way at this point we are now left with a dead colonist an-and upset leadership group back in Massachusetts even in the best of times there was massacre in Jamestown had ever occurred following the West gusset incident the local Indians never really seen taking a very aggressive stance towards settlers and for the most part a peaceful rolling out of control a fever pitch was reached in May of Sixteen thirty six a May twentieth trader named John Gap Spotted Oldham's boat which always a layer of nerves when it came to dealing with the Indians ever since the sixteen twenty two massacre in Jamestown colonists remained acutely aware of the dangers of native population breath well people attempted to beat him with the butts of their muskets I had promised that in that episode Oldham would make one more appearance in this podcast just to quickly die already upset that the quotes had failed to turn over two stones murderers and this goes along with additional tensions that had really formed in the past few years as a result of the European expansion it does seem that a year or so after the killing a minor chief was put to death by the Greater Narragansett tribe for being the leader in the killing of Oldham the problem here is that despite the mystic river valley of the southeastern portion of Connecticut with the because failing to turn over captain stones murderers things were quickly spiral was being swarmed with Indians Oldham had been traveling on a training mission with the Narragansett when his boat was attacked according to the account later from Gallup he inevitable war the evidence actually suggests that the murder was carried out by the NARRAGANSETT S- informants among the tri point to the Narragansett says being the culprits and autumn's very recently killed body Gallup described a grisly scene not only with Oldham debt but the evidence was that the Indians had attempted to cut off his limbs and right or wrong the English now had their justification for war the question now becomes why did the English come looking for a fight if imminent comes from Lieutenant Lying Gardner Gerner was the first commander of Fort Saybrook for Saybrook is located along the southern coast of Connecticut Gerner early vacation as he felt that his location at the furthest point of the Connecticut River would make him a prime target for fighting which ultimately would be correct about aircraft and the English in New England well there was that incident between the Plymouth colony and the massacre it was a gusset that remains an isolated incident and never developed into a full fledged since way back in episode eighteen when we were talking about Plymouth during the sixteen twenty s I talked about John Oldham if you recall John Oldham was seen as a rabble rouser and Plymouth touch it's largely a secondary point stone had taken quite sausage and regardless of the motivation of Quatz be a mission for rescue retribution is that there is very little evidence to show that Oldham had been killed by the Quad tribe even at the time there were a lot of people who felt that the evidence implicating the quotes in the the these warnings were issued before the Oldham killing this means that by the time John Oldham was killed were was already looking like a likely outcome the problem however is issue ship for him during the first decade and a half throughout New England well we can debate why the call in New England had so much better relationships with the Indians than down Jamestown Naronha down to a single thing as many sources suggest the cause of the quart was largely protect jewel. Why did the English want to pick the fight in the first place to answer this the first question is to figure out why Tom had managed to become a respected member in the Bay Connie aunt seems to have done rather well for himself having established himself as a well respected trader the English were if you have been sitting around for the past six episodes wondering when I was going to get back to John Oldham and his death well the time is now upon us following being chased from Plymouth so in one corner you have a harder fight with less sizeable wealth available and not sitting in a strategic position that the English cared about nearly as much boom that could potentially pay huge dividends in the future they could effectively eliminate one of their hated rivals the Narragansett it's were also working with a pretty expansion now of course it's not going to be as cut and dry as the English settlers just declaring war is that the Massachusetts Bay Colony formed the Qian style warfare regardless of who they fought the message wouldn't be lost on anybody the English lacked the manpower for a two front war against both the more than disliked the Narragansett for the English eight war would provide them with the opportunity to further cement their place in New England a chance to show the natives the might of year amount of cover here it was hard for the colonial leadership to believe that the Narragansett would set out on some grand conspiracy to kill one of their most valued trading partners aerob- Narragansett who killed all them who was at the time trading with them it is possible that the Narragansett it's believed that Oldham had or was planning to switch side to the quads murderer was weak at best decisions therefore had to be made on if they were going to place the blame on the because and use it as justification for what already seemed like an mm-hmm was worth a lot to the Narragansett economically on the surface at least killing him made little sense they would eliminate a close trading partner while at the same time bringing the bank underhill who was kind enough to leave behind a history of his involvement underhill makes clear that these strike on block island was to seek retribution Oldham the first strike involved in the other corner you had a tribe that was universally hated by the other trump's new England they had more wealth to capture and they held important strategic point for the English to check dot is located off the eastern shore of Long Island roughly sitting a straight line away between the point of Montauk Martha's vineyard the second in command was kept in jail there weren't enemy that had more value in terms of the villages and wealth that they possessed the quads were any more strategic location for the English as well defeating the the anger to their doorstep the biggest question therefore is how does all of this ultimately fell upon the shoulders of the quotes well for one thing the English disliked the quads I want to make about the scale of fighting well it may be tempting to envision a European war with large armies that would be very incorrect vision I said a moment ago according to underhill only about ninety men landed on block island as of this point there was not a massive military apparatus in North America and here is where everybody comes to a crossroads a May Twentieth Sixteen thirty six but day that Oldham was killed were with because it was looking increasingly likely a clue that the quads had to predictably hand over the killers of captain stone at the same time there was a demand for a greater amount of tribute to be paid the this generally reflected a sixteen thirty four treaty which was put into place after the killing of captain stone except this time there was more tribute involved the quads regardless it is important to remember that for the Narragansett their biggest rival was the book what's getting the English to ally with them during the war was awesome ninety Englishman who struck the island with vengeance in strict kill all native mills this plays out like a scorched earth campaign the English only we're one or two back during the sixteen hundreds in North America specifically the population could not support a large army either in the manpower to fight or the power standing council which was responsible for all military matters under the leadership of John winthrop junior the son of John with rope and ultimatum was given to the quotes she managed to kill around a dozen men but they were able to burn villages and creating general havoc most of the Indians had fled into the woods rather than trying to engage with the English supply the men doing the fighting this means that engagements are going to be small bands of men and not anything close to resembling a large professional army it is the truth being that the quad probably had nothing at all to do with the death of Oldham they English were angry and they wanted revenge the PA- quads were already causing enough problems for the English predictably ignored these demands and one month after the ultimatum of his shoot the opening salvos of Qua- war were fired fighting began on August twenty fifth oh sides would have covered a working with all them and more importantly wanted to assure that Oldham didn't switch sides and help the enemy if the information we have is correct and it was this wasn't without merit as he quickly found himself being at the brunt of the attacks as would be a problem throughout all of Connecticut issues the booklets having little interest in any direct engagement with English manage to survive in greater numbers early on at least however this does come at an absolutely terrible twenty two virginia all of these new communities are spread out which makes defense a much more difficult task for the quads it made their lives that much easier so you're in sixteen thirty six had baked the bay colony to exercise leniency and not go out and do something to provoke war with the Quatz at least until he could finish his cost them the English were left essentially unopposed to burn and destroy villages food supplies everything they found now a few points that arose from the rapid growth that the region had seen because there had been a rush of people coming to form new settlements everybody had inadvertently spread out and Eldon found himself in a position like this during the sixteen thirty s a bitter rivalry emerged between the NARRAGANSETT and the quotes as a major trader a strategy of harassment this isn't a terrible plan for the quotes knowing that they couldn't stand directly against the English forces regardless of how small they were they used a series of this made weather's field a target of interest for the quotes on April twenty third the because attacked moving I at the men working in the fields even backing Europe during this time this is not the era of huge pitched conflicts you're not for example going to see the numbers that you'd see during the Napoleonic wars or grain world underhill said that they the English continued on with this belief until they got themselves into an advantageous position where they could attack however even once sixteen thirty six under the command of John into cop the first strike was to be one against block islet near were old had been killed Walk Island hit and run style attacks to harass the English now if you recall from a moment ago I talked about lying Garner wanting to wait until he had fortified his fort saybrook relatively limited and before we move on a quick side note about this girls they would ultimately be saved by the Dutch the attack on whether field was shocked ends our NATO from weather's field to carry out the attack commanded by John Mason and underhill the group was led by Narragansett scout to a settlement? What's in their gadgets they were going to have to pick one in sixteen thirty six the near again that's had more allies would have been more difficult fight the Buchwald's for on the one hand this makes sense you don't want to start to grow a community that is just going to crash into another one the issue however is that much like with what we saw back in sixteen and fight alongside them the Narragansett guides had vastly superior working knowledge of quasi locations in the woods and provided the English with a huge advantage and just the men that were dying it was everybody men women children everybody running out of the village to flee the fire was fair game those that from their own lives in the first place the slaughter was shocking for just about everybody involved the Indian guys were horrified at the extent of the English the because would strike a major blow in April of sixteen thirty seven at weather's field today a suburb of Hartford weather's field lays just to the south of modern not having expected the women and children to be fair game when John Underhill himself one of the leaders of this massacre wrote his history of the event the Mystic River valley the near Ganz had told the English of a large fortification near the mystic river the village was home to somewhere between four hundred he wants to give them a better version of himself than is being reported wrongfully of course in other accounts in addition to that underhill goes on for pages talking about it would precede you moved through the town killing livestock destroying food

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Loving Beyond Your Means..... Can You Afford To Be In That Relationship?

DivaSpeaks

33:14 min | 10 months ago

Loving Beyond Your Means..... Can You Afford To Be In That Relationship?

"Divas picks podcast is the premier relationship podcast. That explicitly deals with relationship matters from a woman's point of view. No subject is off. Limits relationship challenges sex intimacy dating infidelity finances. Heartbreak and situation ships are part of the discussion relationship matters. Welkom welcome to diva speaks relationships. You have tuned men to be dexterity as a really relationship marquette out the coins city a charlotte north carolina. How you on this earth tuesday evening i am diva diva spooks relationships. This right and galas. On the mike. I i hope you guys are doing. Well hope that this podcast buys you blitzed in good spirits. And if you're not in good spirits. I want you to know that if you are able to hear me still part of the living. Your story has not ended because god is giving you another day to turn things around another. Da grace mercy and favor and just got to see it through so tight. 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Like that was on point today at one of those moments and i'm not going to take credit for what i'm about to share with. You definitely want it to present it on table for you. To feast off What about safe on. This is not going to be my typical long show because sometimes it doesn't take a very long time to blame. Get your crawls. What are the people saying. What undestood doesn't really need to be explained too much. Oh the title of today's show is loving the beyond your. What do you think about over there. Get your mind gutter. Don't do that come on back the loan back. We're not going. You know what i was. I had a glass of wine right now. I think that would really really helped me deliver this content. But i don't so i digress. So we're gonna be talking about loving beyond your means and a lotta times movie. Think about the term beyond your means. It's an indication that that is something you cannot afford which probably means they're going to be some other things in your allies that fall by the wayside or that may be neglected because you are beyond what you can do what you have. That's what i think. We will talk about living beyond their main. They may have an income of x. Amount of dollars would probably zero two little disposable income because you know the amount of bills and expenses that they have far exceed what they have coming in. Typically this we go. Well i think of when talk about living beyond your means. Are you with me so far. You know sometimes you have to walk in order to get things back on track yet. The mets and things go so that you can reposition yourself to live comfortably with what you have and sometimes that can be hard if you're living beyond your means for why we're all human blood perfect. Nobody's perfect we all have deficiencies in some areas of our life and thinking but today i stumbled across something that was so yami. I had to talk to you about it. Okay so i'm not going to take credit for that because let me let me be very clear. I am a smart enough woman to know that. I don't know it. All contrary to my husband. Says i know that i don't all right. I that and i understand sometimes sharing. What i know is good. But there are other resources and vessels that information can flow through to me and i can share it with you win. This is one of those moments. So let me give props out to the sister. First and foremost pools content in writing about share. Her name derek. Harwell and she's an african american sister out of memphis tennessee. She's a self made millionaire. When i tell you the system is bad. She is a bad in all in every good way imaginable she is. She doesn't mind tooting her own horn to to be because she's put in the work she's done to work she's been tried and tested and whatever she's doing our credit and wealth building. It works for her. It works for her clients and she's super successful. Shout shutout to. Derrick are will you can find her own facebook. So that's who's content. I'm about to share. And what is the inspiration behind. Tonight's episode so here goes. Let me read to leave. Might twice too so you can get it financial tip of the day. Living beyond your means can also be loving in parentheses financially beyond your means too often we hear people say i gave my last to someone else without realizing how how financially healthy this this behavior actually is. If you vote a broke. What crew has this behavior. True it's okay to on apologetically focus on your own wealth building. You can help even more when you're stable and you superior royd and your family financial remember you can express your love without having to give your money. You can volunteer your time. Your talents your prayer. And so much more with that. I don't advise sinking your ship to keep someone else's boat afloat. Get your yacht says. Bring your people board and teach them how to fish. Some of you not get it. Burn some of you are for those in the bag. The couldn't give me the first time. I'm gonna read it again. Because this was so powered living beyond your means can also be loving in parentheses by naturally the yon- you're too often. We hear people say. I gave my last to someone else without realizing how financial unhealthy this behavior actually is if you a broke good has been behavior. It's okay to unapologetically focus on your own wealth building. You can help even more when your state a new secure you and your family financially remembered you can express your love without having to give your money. You can volunteer your time. Your talents your prayers and so much more. But i don't advise sinking your ship to keep someone else's been she did get your yacht and teach them how to she. Wow she wrote it down so eloquent. See dispensed relationship advice as well as financial tips at the same time. That's the woman and you know. It struck a nerve with me because pilots often her alive. I gave my last two such and such dry gay to such such as never when themes talk it is never at the peak of happiness during the good time is usually when things began to unravel the relationship when people seem to have regrets buyer's remorse about their decision to continue a relationship. What they did not reap the benefits for the rewards detain had set their sights on or that they were expected. The relationship didn't deliver. Perhaps things have gotten all torah if unchecked sometime when a person has given their all or given vera labs and things. Don't knock out. It can leave a person very much of very well bitter broken and destitute but can you really blame someone else at you. Been financially irresponsible because you were loving beyond your means in an effort to keep someone else. Happy when you know that you couldn't afford to do. We really put the onus on the other person or do you need to look at yourself and take accountability for four decision or does that you may. I mean really. Sacrifice is definitely honorable any healthy and and loving relationship. I think some of the best relationships through time actually come with sacrifices a lot of compromising a lot of understanding and commitment to see things through sacrifice is definitely honorable. Because i've i tend to think that people that give their last give their all to the point of depletion to some extent are sacrificing. But you should not have to empty yourself or your bank account consistently to keep the other person happy. Especially that leaves you ground zero. You know. I always liked emphasized that balance is a sign of true maturity. You have to balance that bank account checkbook your bills and what you need to live. Your disposable income does not need to be exhausted. One another another human being and there had been. That is irresponsible than is definitely a sign of immaturity in that area. No i don't know any other way to put it. But you know. I see so many women especially tiktok they have sole mammoth hunters of those videos of the women that have been long-term relationships long term relationships marriages. And we're talking about no less than five ten fifteen. The longest i saw was twenty five years and the women tell their story in a sixty second clip four in a part series united different segments where they gave their all they made so many sacrifices they stayed in a relationship and after you know x amount of time. The relationship has dissolved war. Demand walked away and they loved feeling empty because they built like not only. Did i sacrifice what i had in terms of money to keep everything afloat but i gave you my heart and you end up walking away and you're leaving me not only emotional bankrupt but really bankrupt as well. I saw when i. When i read this post from this bed businesswoman. From the south if click it click then we have to be more with for the choices that we make with our money because times are hard and even if you are well right now all is well with your bank account your investments your portfolio your stocks. You're saving if you have at least thirty to forty percent of your income is disposable wing. You don't okay fico this standards so in an effort to please someone whether you are a man or a woman you gotta ask yourself. Things fell apart today. We'll i regret anything that i have done with the sacrifices that may be all in vain. Your ask yourself it is. My personal opinion is the bad. I think breakup get really really mad. Kleenex really really ugly. One person starts taking at the end of the relationship that they realized that i spent more than i could afford on this relationship in terms of money in terms of time in terms of hail. Everything's your ps your money your time you spent boy for the you. You could not afford to being there but use. We chose to stay. And when you start taking voice force then you get better than you get angry and then you. You're looking at like well hell. I'm walking away with nothing. I gave it all to you. Make you the to tell me that. I get to walk away with nothing. Death turn things pretty awesome. I think now is the time. There may be someone out there experiencing some of what i just ask. You could be very well there. And i'm saying to you today. Take a minute to listen to the show and the polls that are read at the beginning of it. It's okay to be in the your problem but still take care of yourself financially. Because that's what a responsible adult. God's an nba. You have to ask yourself when you are spending money than the no you do not have whether it is for bills over your savings for something down the road that you know you would like to purchase or investment. You gotta ask yourself if it falls apart today with the hill about gonna do gonna be okay but what i've done for this person how much i have invested in this person and if you cannot afford to be okay with that decision if you cannot appeal for this to walk away empty-handed then i challenge you to change your spending habits right now because of and being in a relationship does not mean you have to em empty your pockets. Are you an. Atm are you should bat. Are you a trick or are you one of two people in a relationship. There is so many things out here that can be done without you having to go into your pocket. Hail some of the best things in life can be experienced for free for those of you who say no well. I dare to challenge you to expand era thinking and to try and research different activities that you can engage in with your partner so that they can enjoy the relationship as well as their money. Okay so many beautiful places to see. What will a tank of gas in your car. How far for that game you have. You really actually visited all of the national parks. Have you explored any of the museum that are around your city. can you be created. Think something fun and exciting at different. You can do without placing an unnecessary burke. You're made to feel as if they have to fulfill an unrealistic expectation in order to keep tabby. What does it say about you if you walk. The receiving hands of someone financial generosity. And you see they're giving you their all and you allow them to do it. You see. they're going on there but you don't care as long as you get what you want. What does that say about you. Are you just it to get what you can get and to hell with it. And if they can't deliver the Far be for me to tear down the next person but if that is how you're rocking you did as you see showing kindness to someone doesn't always have to be a smile. Sometimes you can say no no no. We don't have to spend that amount of money time. I got something else plan raw. Let me treat you because your happiness matters to me is well. Yeah thus thus poet doing now. That's what we saw from this day forward in. This applies to you. We're gonna be intentional with love with then our that means putting a cap financially on what you know realistically debut from do hudsonville you now. Taking care of that person by not allowing them to indulge in spending habits because keeping you happy should also means that you wanna keep me happy baby. Well keeping me. Happy me's me seeing you happen if you're not happy because you're trying to keep me happy. Then we're both not happy. celeste balance. This you need to get caught up on a few things we okay. Here's what we're gonna do. We're going to execute a plan within a good and discover some wonderful things around town and city state or across the country that we can do together in an effort to ensure and sometimes saving money means planning in advance. That's what that because sometimes it costs a little bit more. That's fun to be sponging. That were i. Don't care comfortable with yourself. You can back to help myself. So those are the jewels that i want to drop. The morn hugues wanted to lavish that information love and beyond your means and if it makes you go when i did my job condition now with woman in that that i didn't have the original thought but i definitely want talked about it so i told you this wasn't gonna be long. This was going to be some of you. Love quickies. don't sit there. And don't you frigging love and i gave you one hundred q one. Why are over. But i don't want to hear. Don't forget about the come into acts coming to on this waiting on my director to finish editing show. And then i'll get the official air date for the premiere of the relationships. Tv again guy. You can find it on access. Twenty-one view beckham cable. at and t. uber aerob- whom tv or video was a man. Or if you even have access to the internet farm on tv. And i invite you to be a part of the audience for my very special day is sincerely and genuinely think. All where continuous four off. So until the very next time stay stay. Stay in love steak last. 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Eurovision Showcase on Forest FM (23rd December 2018)

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1:00:14 hr | 2 years ago

Eurovision Showcase on Forest FM (23rd December 2018)

"Swamp at times monsieur with your visual shook aches. Yes welcomes the year vision Sherry case host Care Inari tushies coming to you from reckless soon in Belgium but this week's episode only force their fair. I this is another thirty fat from Albania. Hello blows from Belgium. Hello this is like Nada from Belgium. You're listening to erase vision showcase on the forest F._M.. Uh these do this and of rolling winging bobbing in this game roam the drone role we got here to within the <music> BOP BOP BOP tonight the Game GonNa get them back we were we're here to the hot within the trio. Yeah <music> got to back up. It's get that read them there. That's Luik nuts representing Belgium at the twenty fifteen eurovision song contest and that was incredible coming full F- four Luik not yet and visine rhythm inside a great performance back then in Vienna in Twenty fifteen. It was a wonderful performance and soon as I saw the performance on the stage renew that Belgium we're going to be in for good. I and they weren't quite rightly so the contest well welcome to this eurovision showcase here on Forest F._M.. We're here celebrating the grandiose of the Eurovision Song contest right now here air on Forest F._M.. Ninety two point three on the twenty third of December and a couple of days before Christmas itself so thank you for taking the time to join me Kieran Ari touchy it so if you enjoy the show and you want to request quest dedication in the getting content with us he can tweet us at e._S._e.. Showcase you can also send us. An email or email address is e._S._e.. Showcase at G MAIL DOT COM and of course you can comment Hinton. Send us a message on our facebook page which is called the Eurovision showcase now. I am in Brussels Belgium this week as I'm here well up until later on this evening at she <hes> coming coming back to the U._K.. Just before Christmas of course work tomorrow which is shape never mind but it's fine. He's only for a few hours to be honest and really appeared sampling the delights. Lots of Belgium and voice been too docile for a year earlier this week and also into France as well as so it's <hes> it's been a spectacular <hes> week of entertainment <hes> in alcohol wise in his wealth culinary voice so it's been a glorious glorious Tom here argument spending hair with my husband rob as she do. We try and go away just before Christmas. It's nice like that so yes. I'm here in Brussels and <hes> Brussels so's wars the harm of the nineteen ninety-seven Eurovision Song contest so we're going to be playing a few songs from that as the show goes on but on next song is going to take us to Iceland's yes we're going up into the North Atlantic and Paul Oskar and Siga now Paul Oscar represented Iceland in it's not suffer with McKinsey dance dance and also Siga represented Iceland in one thousand nine hundred eighty as potus joy in in sites in one thousand nine hundred to as part of heart to heart and or so on her own in Nineteen eighty-four <hes> we night to butts yes they sang a Christmas song together the pair of Him Siga and Paul Oscar A- and they sang this beautiful song is a Christmas song and his court. Your Hin called Monsieur which means Christmas comes with here. Sir here is a Beautiful Icelandic Christmas song. How do they can go and miss your comma things one of the teen up and <music> snow? They'll still uh calming hey sir scant since we're say and myth in a coma still happy uh-huh <music> you can't yeah days <music> The cooling Yeah Yeah Keno Ullmark and we are you aband- voiceless. We wish you already Christmas Lee Shoe Chris. We wish you and she <music>. He's on the blast that much level the US is done manch design uh-huh Sir it ah yeah. Yeah then with losses on enhance for Germany in nineteen eighty seven's Eurovision song contest right here where I am this week in Brussels Belgium. We asked coming second just behind Johnny Logan Withhold me now. Don't cry because this is a good chart and I hope you enjoyed that song to of course right now. It's time to move swiftly onto a song that Matt. I haven't played since this is your visions on contests so I feel really really bad <hes> but this song I think it was destined to do quite well and it didn't really work how on the night eight this year is a Belgian in your vision and tree yes it is and that's the wonderful beautiful lady with incredible pair of lungs to introduce herself hi. This is a cynic from Belgium. You're listening to your vision showcase on Forest F._M.. And it's my son on cold a matter of time. I hope you enjoy it. Sometimes fails lack. It's meant to be Bro Unintelligibly Long for thins. Oh We try to folk every commotion by showing <hes> The show seems were at the station. Oh King Kong feels lacking nation. The king g nations go guest <music> sometimes lack. It's meant to be bro Acts Lag with show we tried to tree. Something's Joan ooh how big that's <music>. It is <music> it <music> Russia lots uh-huh keepers merry including a smooth. You people really wrong all she's seeing one uh-huh season <music> it sure rocky uh talk show Steve the Christmas straight leaks through the Patricia cast their representing Franz the two thousand nine Eurovision Song contest. She came a letter fed affair but that's a song merry Christmas Bay being a song. I love to play around about this time on the television show case every year since two thousand fourteen. It's I've been an absolute pleasure being issue for the law. He Asks Five Year anniversary next October ferry exciting. Yes yes yes yes right. It's now time for us to go a bit brand him. Yes we boarder across lamarche English Channel to the heart of the European Community and we're going to have ropes around green quest I yes it's time for my husband rob to get the two hats hours but we've already bought one hats this time around yes because we are in Belgium. Were below stand the capital Valjean. WE ARE GOING TO PICK RANDOM BELGIAN. Someone from the back catalogue the Eurovision Song Contest of Rub has picked obviously Belgium well date picky year Sir we date a Aerob- picked the amazing here of nineteen eighty three yes so Belgium cain eighteenth we've only thirteen points at the nineteen eighty-three Eurovision Song content and it was held in Munich and then West Germany Belgium were represented by the female G._R. of which means means in English not to yes have to do were a Belgian band best known for their participation in the nineteen eighty-three Eurovision Song contest and the controversy surrounding this election as that years Belgian set representatives chiefs are the band performed by Verdon in living in Nineteen ninety-two now path to one of the NYNEX chosen for the Belgian Eurovision selection in onstage free now initially each act perform three songs and the best from each was chosen by jury to go forward to the final now the final took pace on the nineteenth of March when Pathfinder some lawn day for was chosen from the nine insurance insurance as Belgium's representative for the Twenty Eighth Eurovision Song contest now Hyundai Vu consisted of just one line of <hes> basically the non sing sensical Lyric Home Debut Review Mar Mattuvil Ella compass to which completely over a quirky rhythmic instrumental track while basically the both of the females dance to barriers kaffirs and it seemed to baffle the conservative audience I large proportion of which was supporting more mainstream singers in that national final as bought a cal and them mm d a crime <hes> but when it came apparent during the voting that home do would be the clear winner by the jury the audience bewilderment turned to anger there were chair they were Jay's whistles using catcalls and many walked out of disgust before rendezvous was reappraised impacted themselves at paid on troubled by the reaction seeming to be quite amused by the by the fewer of course now unconscious itself was held in the twenty third pulling Munich frontal view proved unsuccessful as I mentioned finishing eighteenth placed out of twenty entries haven't received points only from the United Kingdom Spain and Portugal and despite the poor result whoever Honda view has become quietly Harvard guarded in Eurovision circles and a eurovision fans being seen as a prime example of a eurovision of Asong in which terms of stars and performances to contemporary risky to succeed then somewhat conservative Eurovision juries well back in the nineteen eighties. You would know obviously if you were vivid Eurovision fan back then it was a sit-down affair. Everybody is in basically penguin suits and evening direct gowns and it was a very stiff upper lip type of contest even though two years ago two years previous to that Buxbaum with making your mind ripping skirts of Turner huge a belief sir. Let's move on yes. Let's hear ropes rand and request right here in Belgium is the Belgian injuring nineteen eighty-three here series. We've home Dave who <music> NOPE <music> uh-huh uh-huh. ooh uh-huh hello everybody these feelings and this is all from Romanian and we wish you all very happy mass aw aw not coercion savvy now how <music> thanks who play on free cats <music> <music> uh-huh they stink our Kovic and implying that for rope because rope didn't remember what Sir Slovenia Twenty Fourteen Moore's earlier this week and always quite shopped his one of my favorites and we saw it live 'cause we're in Copenhagen much in the grandfather and win the stadium any I was like well you don't even remember it so they you are but it she come second last so underneath San Marino's well shocking <hes> didn't deserve that by so that's round and round here in the European showcase farce F._M.. It's now time to keep you updated. What's happening? In the world of the Eurovision Song contest known tasks nimmo Mont Avenue poor voter accurately their obvious yeong at foist defend and that means it's now it's on fuel eurovision showcase news in French well. We are in Brussels of course and a condo in Dutch. Now you're a vision. Two Thousand Nineteen is less than five months. Away and preparations are happening stopped for a minute yes last week. Specific Details House have been released about stage in the technical pat plans and in recent days these ready broadcast com has published a new set of tender documents and requests for proposals for different aspects of the show including lighting saddening rigging pyro security execture and we revokes have found what is planned for the main stage and for the green rooms to find out more header to we blogs dot com now all ooh seventeen songs competing in the Spanish national funnel through for have now been released for the Eurovision gala so check that out on Youtube of course and you'll favorite eurovision new smith-loyd now. It's it's time to at Fabulous to Eurovision Australia decides star of Australian oil and Rue polls drag race and celebrity big brother and much more courtney acts has joined the list of competing artists. The Australian National Final Courtney was announced by C._B._S.. Alongside of Voice Australia's star Cayden Califor- and sixteen year old wall cod Leeann now dairy main the Australian Riley and national foreigner is set to take place on Friday February in the ninth with very excited about this and it will be ruled costed loy here in the U._k.. Right about seven eight M on that Friday morning and do twenty four racks for the Romanian national finals the Nixon National La Between Nineteen is back and yes me hoy is back as well as Nikola for Romania in twenty thirteen and this is your your vision showcase news. I have been caring Ari touchy associate and you're listening to your vision showcase right here on a farce F._M.. Ninety two point three right across East Dorset West Hampshire and the new forest on the south coast of the United Kingdom on ninety two point three F._M.. And on the World Wide Web round the world at Forest F._M.. Dot Co Dot U._K.. That'd be missed. The previous episode of the year vision showcased never feel Karen his head visit the websites e._S._e.. SHOWCASE STARTS PUMPING DOT COM or to search for the Eurasian showcase on any put cops including issues and put big case on Forest F._M.. There is no needs to be making your mind. It happy Eurovision to all the Eurovision fans out there why don't join J._p.. A._p.. And the team of Radio International a weekly trip through the world of the Eurovision Song contest they'll be lots of music artist interviews and regular features including the covers and the market now on your web browser or even better doc subscribe to the podcast Roy at W._W._w.. Dot Radio International DOT TV at you'll never have to miss your favorite euro-asian radio shows. I'm from friends. You're listening to your vision showcase. I'm Forrest F._M.. And this is my song requiem requiem enjoy. Hello these body from me. You're listening to your visa. Show Kelly's on first F._M.. Of these my Song Scott Adema enjoy none of say hello. This is Lucy Jones from the U._k.. You're listening to your vision showcase on Forest F._M.. And this is my song never give joy now. You can see how you fox sounds kind scares me so this is Chris. Super Happy New Speaker says Chris I hope them all and so this is uh-huh oh and so the bully uh-huh Chris <music> how we knew the Sin Dion winning. Servicemen for Switzerland in Nineteen eighty-eight that is a Christmas song. Sorry this Christmas yeah now. We paid sleepy on Christmas Eve last week. If you missed out on that you can go to our facebook and twitter pages ages and you can listen back to that very show <hes> then leagues or on a to a website is there okay rights also in the in the European news which didn't mention Chris there are some <music> much literally serve much if anything I missed then I would strongly recommend any view to do check out the amazing e._S._e.. Incite podcast Royce so let's hosted by you and Spence ICAN downloaded from any Po- caused up of course extremes on on his facebook pages well so if you WANNA check there you can do it's e._S._e.. Insights of course noon spence up a great friend of ours here at Eurovision showcase. All no sir I confronted monster. Wilders has launched a brand new youtube channel for every year of define. It needs to check this out. This is your vision e._S._e.. Fantasy Okay and Stewart speaks to many any journalists and fans about the Eurovision Song contest and every niggly nook and cranny and these practically during <hes> about four or five shows each week so you must check it out. If you're a vivid eurovision fan go and subscribe to his channel E._S._e.. Fan TV rights okay now the French national final Yes the France having another national foreigner next year for two thousand nineteen. This year is Dustin. ESI On visual was incredible. Fantastic had some great talents all the way through the semi finals and oversea in the grandfather and I want to say you a song along the distant qualify into the grand final it came relatively close but this song is incredibly current contemporary. The performance was great and this gentleman has an amazing voice and he sang perfectly one Illinois. Annoy just didn't work out so here is one of the rising stars in French music here is Maso with patties which means paradise going simply and this is from the French national final this year and of course you can find out all of the names of the French national finalists for twenty nine. Sane aren't any reputable eurovision news website we blogs E._S._e.. EXTRA EUROPE WA DOT COM E._S._e.. INSIGHT OF CON- The list goes on and on talk he yeah it <music> the in Pomona Cumani no Wassall Camman Kumaon <music> it blue laser mony mony mony tall <music> uh-huh <music> <music> uh the decision we not send yeah. It's in the <music> Valda representing Sweden are the nine hundred ninety six Eurovision song contest. It was called the wild one from Swedish into English the S. and formally festival in Nineteen ninety-six Swedish additional final and hence became the century Eurovision in Oslo in no way now there's almost performed twenty-third the last century of the ninety-six contest and it received the clothes voting one hundred points and it place third it peaked number seven the Swedish charts and there is a Icelandic version of that which we played <hes> not long ago I buy a singer Cord Eve your pulse dot here and she's originally from the Faroe Islands and she sang in Atlantic this beautiful beautiful and <hes> one more time features non grand val is an MIA run stone. Yes yes so awesome stuff and a great Swedish century. Now it's time for us to go alive and kicking. It's time for alive and kicking. This is all of the European showcase where he play a song live from the Irvine Song contest itself. Now this comes from the Grand Final of the twenty twelve eurovision song contest from back Goo in Azerbaijan to to to Azerbaijan yes and here is the Italian a one caller stallion but she's in a stallion. She is a got ice and she's beautiful which is an amazing voice and this live performances stunning as well prefer. I think it deserved much better than its eventual place which was ninth I believe anterior is Nina Zillah daily with Lamola flame Meena which means a female love and <hes> this song is or some we so we are live to the twenty twelve Eurovision Song Contest Imbaba coup. Eh believable stone you boom boom boom boom don't know he used more so back to you over. Have you done on your way passive. When you knock down the job for you the in my two I no cost impressed by the door known seed the Yes? There is Nina Automotive family. Now it's two thousand twelve here on the European showcase and not as for another episode of the European showcase all you've been your host cure Inari Tarsius not do hope you join me next Sunday at five pm right. He's here on Forest F._M.. Ninety two point three next Sunday show we'll be on Sunday the thirsty her to September final show twenty eighteen hope you can join me then as you celebrate two thousand eighteen in all its glory to take care of yourselves South say oh La Vida W and V slats and Aqua- On day two.

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TSF Quarantine 32: (6th) Wednesday with Eddie

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

33:49 min | 1 year ago

TSF Quarantine 32: (6th) Wednesday with Eddie

"Morning Eddie Happy Wednesday Anne downs. Happy Wednesday I'm just sipping. Mitee ready ready to go. I feel great today. Any SORTA why. I'd like to hear why you feel. Great what series of events led you to feeling great in the end the rules of quarantine. Twenty twenty can't no can't can't know anymore. What makes it great than what makes today's terrible smell of jasmine wafting in from the east and all of a sudden off your am K. reference. I don't know I don't know it wasn't even a reference. It was just some strange late. I'm an artist I create so you don't know you just woke up feeling good. Maybe I went to bed a little bit earlier. I bake some bread last night. So my house smell nice kind of bread. It's an ancient grains like when I'm those Mixes I just came into it and tried it and it was great so I I don't you're asking you. We've reached the end of what I know. People are like ancient grains. It's like a wheat was around. Its way there's something about I can already hear the tweets coming in. It was something. It's something about how they how it's ground and how it's harvested in what is kept in what is not and Canada. I don't know I feel like I'm bearing a lead. Tell me why you're in a great mood today. Athey last night took a nice one run outside right at desk so it wasn't sunny. It's just lovely to get outside. It's been awhile since I've lost left. The property line fully short felt good about that played scattergories online on zoom. Brian and I played my brother uncle. Jimmy and amy and Amy So it was just a nice social time. Sherrod night's sleep got up very much a lot earlier than I had planned One of these needed something shirt. And so we're up in Adam and that's fine but still usually I have about an hour. Fifteen warm up today. I had about a three hour warm-up before he gravy five no no no I didn't matter on two and half hours so not that bad but I feel like I'm deep into the day already already got some work done a lot of coffee. I'm ready going any sally. Wow He's alley early code but I've got some topics we need to. Just get to the show. We need get to the show just makes me happy. I need your help because my favorite theme part. I know you know this. Everyone knows this. It's Dollywood. That's my favorite theme park. We have such big dollywood dreams together. Yes yesterday well no let me tell the story and let me go back and be the person who wishes. I love Dollywood. One of the top three things at Dollywood is a treat they have. They're called cinnamon bread. Have you do you know it? I know of it as a concept. I've never eaten it. Yeah it's unbelievable. It's like if you took the best seminole you've ever had and dunked it and cinnamon butter and then ate it just like that. That's fine. Yes yes no they call it bread. Does it still? What's the shape of it is? It's a it's a loaf. Okay here's a part very easily so it's almost like who boy? I don't know how to explain it. It's like a miniature monkey bread. If you know Monkey Bread Oh. I do well versed in this week. Breads shares your shirt so imagine a miniature one loaf size monkey bread. That had that's made a ten pieces instead of a normal monkey bread loaf being made of one hundred pieces hearing you bigger. Yes okay. I'm hearing you describe in detail. Breads is like for me. I'm just going to be quiet. Get real close to my more cinnamon. Sweet better really good so good. I'm I'm telling you the line every day. Non Pandemic time the line every day to the one place in the park where you can buy the cinnamon. Bread is forty people deep everyday all the time witter. Oh and there's there is a an icing. You can dip the cinnamon bread into which I totally respect. I don't do but I respect it. It's fine is it a white icing. Why'd I say Yes all right? It's a wide. I think it's a powdered sugar situation. A wet powdered sugar. You know though I do and so. It's it's monkey bread with. Its monkey bread dipped in butter with cinema. Better with a side of icing with with with another angioplasty. Also a free guy if you need to be that Guy. But yes won't be awful. It's like the butter beer in in whatever universal studios here. It's not as good but when you drink it you're like this is a magical thing and I don't even need to know all about it but this is what after eight perfect lead in you cannot know what a perfect lead and that was okay because yesterday dollywood released the recipe for the cinnamon bread. That is either kind or cruel. But I think it's amazing do K. That's my question is my next. Move Making dollywood cinnamon bread or do I leave it be because it is magical at Dollywood and to be fair also at the Dream More Hotel if if you resort if you are unable to get it at Delhi would the dream. More resort makes a couple of loaves every day. And if you do not get one of those loaves they will not make one. It is a race to the finish if you need one from dream more at Dollywood there unlimited. Here's the problem Eddie. Do I make it at home or do I leave it as a treat and Gatlinburg okay? I normally pre seven weeks ago would say. Don't touch it. Don't just don't because I believe that it is incredible and I believe that it tasting good is ninety percent of it for you and for everyone else that enjoys it because I too have certain theme park type or special events type things. That only happened the candy that only comes out on Easter. We talked about that. I think it might add all year only on Easter. So it's quadruple magic yet in the quarantine. I think a little bit. The rules change. I think it's almost anything that you can do to bring any measure really of joy outside of being dangerous to yourself. I. I'm a little bit like Gosh. If it makes you feel happy to make that bread and take a delicious bite and bring a slice to a friend and be happy. I'm a little bit like you know what you're you've seven weeks. Give her a go now to say this expectations. I know but I'm so rigid in my rules and feeling about everything. The quantum throws it all off share. Because I think you need to I mean you know in the words of parks and REC. Treat yourself a little bit right and it's hard yourself when you're stuck at home. I mean I WANNA eat it. Of course I'm mostly what interests me the most is. Can I do it? Yes do know what I mean. Now that is where I would lower my expectations. Not because you're not an excellent cook but there is something about like they released the recipe. But I'm going to be shut down. They know they know. And there's little things that matter like where did they. This is silly but what kind of butter they use matters a lot and how it tastes and I bet it doesn't say on the recipe about to look right now. I know we're on the same train. Keep going because there's a lot of variants ingredients and I bet that their secret sauce of where they sourced butter. What kind of exactly. What kind of flour? They're using. How are they you know what even like when you go to greet Burger place half of the reason? The Burger is so good is because they've made one million burgers on this cast iron griddle. That now has that is seasoned to beyond what you could ever do home. And that's part of it so in my mind I think you try it but I also think you try going in knowing like okay. I'm about to get an eighty percent experience but that's still eighty percents better and it's also eighty percent better than I can dream about for the future. Who knows when we get to go back to Dollywood and it's fun and it's fun and I know it sounds like you're GONNA go to Dollywood. Sorry to interrupt but it's also not like you're going to go back to Dollywood like let's say it opens next week we're out of quarantine and you go to Dollywood. You'RE NOT GONNA go there and be like you know what now that I can make it. I'm just GONNA pass it up. I just think I'm fine. Now that I can do. No absolutely not always magical. It might be magical one of my healthiest friends. Emma just went to town on us. I mean everyone. I know loves that Cinnamon Bread beyond let me also tell you that it has it has in the topping. It has like Corn Syrup. So there's Corn Syrup you dip this loaf of bread and corn syrup and did you also know the Dollywood has eight twenty five pound Apple Pie. You can buy twenty five pound Apple Pie. Sure sure sure but see. I don't have any problem with that. I joked about aside of angioplasty but I'm like for it. Yeah not all the time. Go for it but you know one. All the time goes for this article says and southern living to quote you when it comes to theme Park Food. A few select treats reign supreme. Disney's Dole whip universal studios. Harry Potter inspired butter beer and Dollywood cinnamon bread top three. I I you know what yes. I agree with that that writer who I would say their name but they're not at the top of this article. That writer is right. You can't no. I'm going to tell you. A Dole Dole up story so we only dairy free by the way for folks did not know that. Wow that's great to know so. Punchline Dole whip is sold only Disney and they take pineapple Dole pineapples and the pineapple juice and they whip it together with vanilla ice cream and it basically turns into this pineapple than all ice cream. Saying it out loud like this. It sounds like one of those fun healthy treats. It's one hundred percent as decadent as you want it to be just sweet and it's summer and it's June so we break into a pool because we're Orlando people on Oil Orlando people do it. We break into a pool. One of the Big Disney theme park pools and kids are playing when they're littler smaller. This is years ago and the life guard. There is amazing. Because she sees that one of our kids is too afraid to go down the slide and she says she says if you go down the slide Mickey wants to buy you a Dole whip. I mean this is just that that employees of all time and I look at each other like you or so sweet. You don't have to do that like Luchino. We broke into this park. We not not to the park but into the pool area. Go into everybody breaks into the pool. This is an Orlando thing to do. You go to the theme park pools and so And so of course my child with the promise of Mickey Buying Your Dole whip down the slide and Maki bodice all Dole whips and. It was the first time we had it. We wrote a thank you letter to the lady. I mean we could never reveal that we weren't even guests at that hotel. National Whip is the best thing we've it will blow your mind. It's like this cinnamon bread so an so follow up. We tried to make that recipes out to totally and its into an ice cream but it was not dole whip in June after breaking in to a theme park pool. So right right all that. That's a long way around the barn to say you make it. I think you make it and you enjoy it. Oh I don't know I don't know tell me tell what's the no for you because my any Graham seven s as I self define loves special things and I'm afraid I'm going to shake some of the magic of the special if I make it home. I don't know any I don't know if I reframe it for you right now. In a way you'll special because I think it's all your definition of special to me. You love this bread and Dollywood and what it means and what it's meant to you in the memories you've had there and the time with friends where you're waiting to get into the hallmark channel so much on where. I'm where I'm on standby to be in a hallmark Christmas movie at Dollywood. Just story. Yeah Yeah Yeah I did a pretty poor job for so many memories. Their Childhood Dali's music all of it. It means a lot to you and in this time of quarantine where we are in an unprecedented situation. Where so much has been taken away? It would be really nice to be able to grab onto a little bit of the magic that you that you had and this is not you replacing it in your life. Now it's GonNa Pondimin you're GONNA put on some Dali and you're going to grab a little bit of the pre quarantine magic and then every time and this is the only time you're going to do it and for the rest of your life. Every time you go to Delhi. Where do you remember? I love this place so much that one time. I tried to make the bread at home and that was kind of a fail. I'm doing it so funny. I'm doing it this weekend. I'll do it. This reminds me. Can I quick tie back to yesterday because I did say yesterday I would tell people how I guy fieri and gave us and Dahlie or similar they both are very invested in helping other people in their community to me like Guy Right now is raising millions of dollars as you saw on some good news show raising millions of dollars to help people who are doing restaurant workers who are out of work right now and Dolly Built Dollywood to employ the neighbor. She knew she was growing up. Who were under educated and she is like transformed her like literally transformed her state. Our state really particularly East Tennessee. So that's how they're similar. It didn't need to be longer than that. I just didn't want to not do it. I said I would do since we're talking. Did you see the interesting? I guess it was. A new story was kind of a tweet realization. That came out yesterday about her production company. No tell me everything. So Dolly owns a production company and it's an investment production company. Some stuff she directly produces like that movie recently with Jennifer Aniston. That was really pretty good. Precious no I remember. The name of the movie just came out with on Netflix. There's a sweet little movie. She did a whole series of her. Own Yes people were yelling at us. I know so but also this. Production company produces projects of just things that they get. That seem like good investments one of which was buffy the vampire slayer. I think the I think it was the movie like the beloved movie and so it basically people realize yesterday the Dolly Parton executive produced buffy the Vampire Vampire slayer and buffy her birthday. Same Days Dolly Parton Bowl so there was a little tiny theory. They're like hold on is Dolly supposed to be is like a very loose historical bio-pic of of Dali or what's the nod but there were just too many connections between buffy the vampire slayer and Dolly Parton and I thought this is. This is why twitter is good. Yes that's right. Yes Oh it's so funny with Dolly. And Jennifer Aniston is called dumpling. Yeah I thought I would hate it. Don't like Edward Love the movie you know but there's no reason I just don't like the way it feels when I say I don't like the way it sounds when I hear you know what I'm sure she sure any. I like your topics. What else did you talk about that? Well I would love. If we have time I would love to discuss. How many robes you own. We've been meaning to talk about robes for some days. These are the only two things on my list. Cinnamon bredon robes so. Go to great list. If something happened to you and people got into your computer. They'd have no idea. Why are those two things on a list they would spend right generations decoding? Why think about that with my my notebook? I'm keeping track of all my quarantine behaviors or I mike man. My grandkids are going to think. This is yeah. Do you have a burn. Burn your journal friend idea of good because I have a whole box. A journalist actually have a twenty dollar bill taped to the top of them. Because I tell them my friends use that to buy everything makes Moore's and burn my journals and eats Moore's over them. Yeah perfect I am that friend for someone and it was a real it was. I thought at first it was a cute request like we were just joking about the stuff you write in your journal and then it was like nuts as I need you to do this unit. We've lost contact. I need you to do this right. Because it's helpful for me to journal and keep them. I meet them on. Yeah people say to me all the time. How do you really write in your journal? What what you think. What if someone sees it and I'm like well? I don't know that anyone's ever seen it. I hope they haven't I don't know that they have. Yeah and and I have people who are going to burn them like I just have people who are going to burn them so I'm not that worried. Yeah it's just for you robes but I've gotta say Guy Fieri Diners Drive Ins. Us is my favorite restaurant in the world by far was on the show which blew me away. 'cause I thought at first it was all like cheesy like Kinda like not like restaurants that I would want to go to like well as my favorite restaurant and then as Brin. I have traveled over the last couple of years. We always find the diners drive ins and dives restaurants hundred percent winners every single time. Incredible Food and it's not all just like you know a a hamburger between donuts. It's not that kind of stuff. It is the best local food so I've got to say he gets a lot of jokes because he's so like extremely outrageous but his charitable giving and his food recommendations. I love this guy I mean I love the Guy I do too zero. I've experienced great. I'm sure there are people who may not feel that way. I don't know I don't Wanna I don't WanNA stand for Guy Fieri no matter what because fail us all the time but I do. My experience of him has been just lovely lovely. He gives to charity and he has good food recommendation. The unmet we don't really know the man I wish I want to guy. Let's be friends seems fun? I want to be in his backyard Kitchen that was wild. The one that he was counting in on a prison ski show. Yeah Yeah Yeah. What a place to eat right. There's amazing okay. I do not own any ropes. Zero Zero I. That is wow. I don't even understand robes as a concept freely. Like what do you do you get out of shower do you? Dry Off Yes I do keep going so then into a robe Yep And it's just another big towel ready. Some of mine are okay okay. Some of them are big towels. Some of them are more just like of like more caught me or more work sucker crusher. Okay like Kimonos. Wow that's let's do your robes. Let's do a general what robes could be so. There are Terry cloth. Well because I feel like you're on about talking about road collection. No no I'm not. I'm him in hang about how your use of Kimono because coronas in robes are not the same. This is a real bit diagram. It's a real ven diagram. I'm happy to talk about robes. Currently in my bathroom there are one two three six hanging him about six. It's really dumb. It's really dumb. I know you anywhere in time. I'm wearing one of them a day. Yeah at some point. I have questions but I don't want to be weird but I don't understand robes. No one in our house whereas rope. I don't know if there's one thing is that it. Okay so you're getting out of the shower drying off and then you're cold and AEROB- is like an instant poche our blanket. Yep Yeah that's a great put it for like because it. It is really hot to dry my hair like my hair. It makes me really hot when after a hair necessarily want to get all the way ready and then dry my hair you know okay. I believe I'm understanding. I have I have two. That are long. That are like the Terry cloth kind at Christmas. I'm in charge of our cousin pajamas that everyone wears. And this year we all got robes minus one. There was one family character who did not want aerob- and so I did not get him road but the rest of us the other nine of us all got a read a a Garnett Colored Long Terry now fluffier than that fluffy robe and it is. It is spectacular. So you're wearing that the rest of the evening. You're like cuddling up with netflixing yet time I do. I do at times like that because I like because sometimes my arms get cold in a t-shirt or sweat shirt in the winter you can put a blanket over your legs and I just don't like wearing a blanket up to my neck always feel silly. I'd rather wrap up in a rope and then put a blanket on my leg so that my arms are warm independent of my legs. Being warm there is A. There is a geographical piece to this. I gotta be. We have light blankets and slippers. And that's dead of winter. That's what we would need if it's as cold as can be but here's my other problem with robes and this is. I think we've talked about this at some point on. We talked about this. I think on this show. But pre that's pre quarantine. I don't remember where but when you go to a hotel they you know if you go to a nice hotel sometimes they have the robes hanging up and that feels like oh well. That's DECA like I will. This is a robe hotel. Gag that robe. Whoever was purchasing those robes? You never thought of my body type right so every robe experience. I've had is fairly traumatic because I get that thing. A three quarters of the way around me and then it's like no no I'm not going and then you think well maybe I'll just take it up with the belt and the belt you're like hands are shaking like you're in the middle of a yoga pose on your hands or shaking you. Try to tie it chance out working so for those reasons. I own zero robes and you own six. It's it's been traumatic for you to have a robe situation. We should get you one. Yeah but but I think if I ever really go robe I would like the I would like the classic on that it would look like I should like a smoking jacket Now that I would ever smoke as one that is that I mean not that. I'm not velvet or anything but I have some lighter ones that I will sometimes just toss on on top of my pajamas. I just love robe. I can't help it I just love every bit of it. I love the feel of it. I love the I love the casualness of it and just really it. That's the other part of the robe that I wanted to know about. But I don't WANNA ask but I'll say for me I would have to be dressed and then put on a rope sure. There are a lot of options right. You can really. You could put on a Tuxedo. Sharon wanted to. That's right. That's right you can do whatever you want. That's right that's exactly right okay. Six that feels really on brand. Hey do you have a hero for today? I do I have been. We're obviously moving away. I think that healthcare workers still need masks. Sorry I'm not even going to try to restart that but I have a hero. Yes great if I messed up totally now you said We're moving and I was like you're moving away. What Ha what you heard is me starting a sentence realizing. I didn't know what I was saying. Starting a second sentence realizing that I have no idea what's going on and on a microphone and people are listening and then doing a full like control apple delete reset of the computer. And we're back so hero for the day a lot of companies. I saw on You Know Brandon. Harvey's good good good. Yeah Brandon Harvey his episode on Your Show. The new activists is one of my love him. Yeah he is the best. Thanks for saying that. He is such a lot of good person and they've been posting about all these companies that are doing a doing help things but you know the realization is that more and more companies are pivoting to making masks for general consumers because we should all be wearing masks and there is this great company that is taking that used to do diving supplies and they've pivoted their operations and are saving thousands of. They're using old plastic that they found in the ocean to make masks. So we get to buy. Aso's mask looks cool and has cool sharks all over it And also thousands of pounds of plastic junk sitting in the ocean. And I just love. Those kinds of everybody wins sorts of things and mass counting on. I need to get a mask the mask I haven't. I have three which is just in line with our road. Conversation isn't it. You have a silk to keep one of my car. Because I didn't have one in my car and I stop by the grocery store and really regretted not having one With me so I keep one of my car. Someone did show me. One of our friends showed me yesterday on twitter. Maybe on instagram. That there was a a mask that says I'm smiling with a heart and I think I am going to have to order that one wearing these for some time I. That would make me really happy to have that. So yes I am a mask person. Yes even if we're out of quarantine by the way which certainly we'll still probably be having masked time so it's probably yeah. I think that's right. I mean for Tennessee are stay home order ends on Friday. But there's still masking. There is still a lot of places still are not open and a lot of places like hair salons. Don't open till the end of May actually a month from today May twenty-ninth but there is there are some opening. You know I'm I'm very lucky that my hair is just long and so it is. I will be I will be. I will be first to third in line to get my nails done. Yeah I will take a back seat on my hair and let my friends who really need haircuts to go first because there's like a grace period because you're just gets longer. My Hair's just longer longer longer longer. I understand and I. This is my this mousy brown business is my actual color. So I don't have. I haven't done my here in a really long time and so I don't have to. I don't have to worry about you. It's not as critical. That's right and there are some people that feel like it's really critical and I believe them and I'd like to have the same respect toward me about my nails. It is percents critical. GotTa get those nails did. It is critical Okay I have a hero and I also have R. J. m. Here so let me start there as you guys know over the past month or so you know seven weeks. Of course. Yeah we've been featuring stories of hope from international justice mission. Where Eddie works idea is fighting to end slavery and violence around the world. We've been able to share some beautiful stories of rescue and hope and restoration and we've also been so encouraging that so many of you had joined. I jame in the fight to end slavery by supporting their work which is awesome today. Our hero is an amazing woman from northern. Uganda named Helen is it. Helen H. E. L. L. E. N. Helen's a widow and her entire family was displaced from their homes because of a brutal war in northern Uganda. Everyone probably knows about that when she returned to her land she learned that her neighbors were claiming it as their land. And she's the matriarch of a large family like one hundred and sixty one members Independence who were relying on this land and the neighbors tried intimidating. Her and her family attacking them threatening them so she bravely went to the authorities but they didn't listen and then word got to J M who took up her case in two years later. The people threatening and abusing Helen's family pleaded guilty to their product to their crimes and today they're all back on the land on one hundred sixty two of them. Helen hundred sixty one family family members. They are back home. And because of supporters. Like you guys that send to defend Helen. She's now free to rise above the odds. She sold fish in the local market. Saved up enough money to start a little restaurant through her inspiring strength and resiliency. She's building a better future for her family. She's one of the thousands of people that I am has helped and all because people like you guys are making it work and you want to join an jam in the work of ending the violence that women like Helen face in Uganda and around the world you can use visit. Ijm Dot Org be a hero and sign up to be a freedom partner these consistent gifts make it possible for them to show up for children and families facing violence and slavery around the world. It's really easy to sign up to be a freedom partners. So just go to J M dot org slash. Be a hero. I usually interrupt but I just enjoyed listening to that. That Cinnamon Brad. Those are your two that are for today. That's right my hero today. I think brought him before and I apologize. If that's true but I was so impressed this morning. Why don't apologize because we've brought Presents key multiple times and a heroes. Just a hero. Your friend named Howard Das- Wick and he writes a newsletter called dude notes. We've talked about it before so I wake up this morning. I'm checking through my email. Aminu I am not a dude but dads has given me permission to Redo notes. Anybody can subscribe to him. You just look for just Google do notes and you'll find it but at the end he always does like a thought for the week right. Have you read it yet today? Did you get? Did you read the mets yet? Okay he says this is I just love this dude dot for the week reply to this email if you know someone who needs help right now because the pandemic has them on the ropes. I've a little extra stimulus cash. I'm looking to spot some people in need. I'll do my best to everyone who asks and I'm dead serious. Are you kidding? How is this person? Just a good person just the whole writing. The whole thing is this one is called how to be a corona man which is again not me when to say someone's being crazy about covert nineteen and then he goes through and tells you all the reasons not to tell someone to relax not dissolved someone to calm down and why it's okay for people to feel what they feel and it is beautiful writing and then he ends it like that saying like. Hey by the way I have a little extra stimulus money and if you need help just reply to this email. What a do of them good. What a hero normal dude alongside him right He. He gives good named Dude. Yeah so tyler as my hero for today if Y'all Wanna read dude notice Google it. It's easy to find. Tower dazzling do notes and subscribe so he does not know. I'm doing that and he's GonNa be. Maybe a little bit embarrassed. We're celebrating him again. But I thought that was really cool this morning. You know he's not going to talk about and dude nets wearing robes. Not that not a thing. He's going to need to cover. Isn't that the purpose of robes though? Isn't it any Chicago podcast? All right friends wiser. And we'll see you tomorrow. Yeah Goodbye Ma'am.

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Habit | Starting your day right...

The Emma Guns Show

18:08 min | 2 years ago

Habit | Starting your day right...

"And. Hello. Hi. And welcome to another episode of the Magan show. I'm gonna wardner, and I'll be your host for this mini show where all discuss not one, but many habits for starting of your day in the right way, or in the best way or in a good way. Just starting your day off. Right. This is not a prescription. I am. No doctor. I am no expert, and I'm certainly not telling you how to live your life, but life can be up sometimes all juggling multiple things. And sometimes it's hard to leap out of bed with a sense of enthusiasm. When the tasks that lie ahead seem overwhelming, even before you've really opened your eyes. And I wanted to do this episode now it's been awhile since I've done a habit. But who say because I just want to be really honest with you, I have found mornings a bit difficult. Recently. The weather has been crappy and dull hair in London. I haven't been sleeping brilliantly and more than once thought what's the harm in watching? Netflixing bet this morning. Thing when when I should be getting up. Well, the HAMAs that I have bills to pay what do live to maintain friends to see and so much more. So it's really been on my mind about how I need to shift my thinking from a feeling of being overwhelmed, and which makes me which makes me not doing thing to a feeling of being excited and optimistic about the day ahead and to kind of strengthen that muscle of thinking, you know, what you're gonna smash this Emma, stop fretting, stop doing. And because I listened to you my most excellent listeners will ever the world. Hello. Hi. It's great to have you here. I wanted to do this show because if you if you have articulated similar feelings messages to me about wanting to really push yourself to do the things you want to do that feeding anchored by a lack of energy lack of enthusiasm or feeling of not really knowing where to start the feels that was holding you back. So shall we begin? When I did twenty-six habits lost Chit the two thousand eighteen project where either made made. Or broke need us that made o'brady to have. Well, I made broke habit for two weeks in two thousand eighteen hits twenty covets. I did one on waking up early and it became really clear that a good morning routine starts with good bedtime routine. If you want to start the day of well and the day well to now some people will say all devices should be hung up an hour before you go to sleep, and I'm talking smartphones, tablets, ipads, whatever it is. I actually don't preach that because I can't do it. I don't do it. One of the ways I unwind and get to sleep is by queuing up a podcast, usually Joe Rogan because I really like his voice and putting on a sleep timer have something to fall asleep two for me. We'll come fit for you might be the thing that keeps you awake. You know best. If you haven't an unhealthy relationship with your phone, especially at bedtime, then address it, and it doesn't mean a complete ban because that might be too much. They were other things you can try put on the do not disturb function or even. Try gray scale, if you go into the settings you can click something gray scale, which takes all the color out of your screen. Visit makes it black and white and that minimizes the Cup taller g of devices. So kept Toji is that persuasive nature of design and interface to keep you looked in an active user, so actually the apps that you might constantly scroll through become less distracting unless attractive they become less captivating. And there's as I said the do not disturb function. I have it set between certain hours. So that only three numbers can cool me the numbers of my nearest embarrassed. And anyone else text? What's that whatever it might be that will have to wait to the morning phones, and tablets our destruction without shot of Adel bought developing a nighttime ritual is actually easier than you think an unholy loaded value. When Uttam read came on the show, recently, I'll put a link to any of the shows and products, I mentioned in the show notes. He talked about Sleepytime tea and about how that was part of his nighttime routine for me. Haughtily recommend a gentle stretch, which takes note. Couple of minutes note been a couple of minutes. Am I? And that's just a next Rach or stretching my back. I might do it with yoga with Adrian on YouTube if I'm feeling so inclined or I might just do it. So of you know, as I'm brushing my teeth, or as I'm unwinding, and I also do doctorine Jazzercise three four five breath for a minute. He did a whole separate show will now which you can find Lincoln the show news, and I really feel like that takes entity down in Auburn. It puts me into much more of a sleep mode. I also can't say enough good things about sleep sprays. That's become part of my nighttime routine of unwinding stretching going into the bedroom. And just spritzing my pillow, which is a slip soak pillowcase, which is so lovely and also stays quite cold. And I like a co pillows anyone else turn over the pillow to get the cold side of the pillow when they wake up in the middle of the night. I love it. But a spray of this works sleep spray on my pillow is such a lovely anchoring. Thing and it smells delicious, and it makes me feel like right bedtime. It's a cue to myself. Now, I take it when I travelled as well because strange bedrooms, hotel rooms, spray, one, spray on your pillow instantly. It just feels more homelike and you feel. Oh, yeah. This is somewhere where I can sleep. If you're somebody who doesn't very well. If you are someone who does experience that feel feeling of overwhelm then I really recommend writing down to do list before you go to bed. It's amazing. How task can be minimized just by writing them down. Same. If you have something that's on your mind, like a personal problem. Try to cover a couple of sentences, and you might actually take the teeth out of it. And again draws a bit of a line between the waking day in the sleeping day in kind of separates them, and you can put one to bed as you. Go to bed. When you wake up as soon as you can get out of bed. I am not somebody who bounces out of bed. I really hard to because it's amazing how eight minutes news content into another half hour. Forty five minutes, then make your bed. You heard me make your bed. This is hands down. One of the best pieces of advice. I've ever heard. I think it was on a Tim Ferriss put cost actually. And there's absolutely no doubt in my mind that it shifts you into a positive gear, partly because the options just get back into bed is eliminated. When you've made the better nicely in his commencement speech. At the university of Austin, Texas. It was Admiral William mcraven said before and the quote. If you make your bed every morning, you will have accomplished the first task of the day. It will give you a small sense of pride. And it will encourage you to do another task and another and another by the end of the day that one toss completed will have turned into many toss completed making your bed will also reinforce the fact that little things in life matter, and it's really interesting. I think survey of I think it was sixty thousand people by hunch dot com showed that fifty nine percent of people don't make their beds when they wake up, and that's quite a lot. So if it's not a habit eve, cultivated I strongly suggest giving ago, and I mean, I mean, I'm not saying that it has to show home or like something out of furniture. Shop just fluffed the pillows up a bit pull the do very the top you could to go. If you go to Scott to cushion, all the better is much harder to go back to bed. If you put Scott cushions l just saying it's an unspoken gesture this as I'm up, I'm out. I'm ready, or at least I find it very useful. If you don't do that, maybe try it might work v. If you are regular sniggers podcast. Hi, how are ya you? I love coffee. And coffee fasting in the morning as part of my normal. But when I read Jensen cherries latest book, you are bad as there was a passage in there that made me change my ways, actually, she was on the show. Recent all put that show link in the show notes, and she says hydrating one of those things that so simple beneficial and important, and yes, I know annoying because you have to peel the time, but this is your one and only body we're talking about here, considering the fact that the majority of your body is made up of water in considering the fact that better care, you take your body, the will energy you have and considering the fact that it takes a whole lot of energy to transform your life drinking a Butler devoid seems like a pretty reasonable request to me. And since I read it was just one of those things that really struck a chord I've been chugging water in the morning is that of coffee, and I do feel more energized. And I actually don't then feel the need to wake myself up with an Espresso it now feels more. Now feels like a bit of a cleanse against us. Anyway, I can describe it when I wake up and like I've switched from a diesel fuel to clean fuel. Then get me wrong. I said enjoy coffee from time to time. Please don't stop offering me off. If you see me out, but I drink far less than I used to and truthfully. I don't feel like I'm missing out. Although I really need it. The next on is an I know it sounds Twee. But I do think having a word with yourself doesn't hurt either. And this might take the form of adaptations view enough missions, a great, and there are plenty of empirical studies that show links between affirmations and stress reduction, but for me, it's just a simple have M's or today's going to be an incredible day and just putting that sense of dredge to the back of my mind, and that's the dread that used to build up and then overflow into exile IT attacks, it doesn't happen overnight. But just telling myself every day that I'm capable and I can handle shit has developed a failsafe. So that if something does happen or I get that feeling of overwhelm again. Again, I can reset I can calm down and not be deafened by my heart thumping in my ears. And the sweating oh gosh. This wetting of a panic attack. Who excise speaking of sweating? Everyone's completely different on the school. But the me completing workout first thing makes everything else feel possible. It might be a great Jim clause or road won one award one. I'm so sorry guys a road run walking the dog Jim session. We just walk to the shops or sweating out in front of a fitness DVD in your front room. But getting your heart rate up getting that lymphatic drainage system pumping and moving starts in a mental that you can't help get caught up in. It doesn't have to take up time either. You might be thinking. Yeah. Going EMS, but I've got kids to get ready. Heather's commu, I've no time to fit in. But ten pushups ten jumping Jackson ten lunges repeated as many times as you've got time for is good place to start as any the years ago excising in private in my and I'm talking years ago over twenty years ago and wanting to exercise wanting to do it where nobody could see me. So that was his tiny space in my bedroom. And I would do jumping jacks while I was watching TV and then. Lunges and feel a little better. Anyway, go all even if that seems like a nonsense then choose a power track say my car in power track is sweet hind by motley Crue, am I don't surround to it. And have a good time. And you know, the adage don't was watching it makes you feel good just gets the heart rate pumping, and that in fact drainage system, and emphatic drainage is the thing that a lack thereof is what can make your face puffy. And there's nothing Wicca is no easier route to cheekbones than jumping down for bit trust and believe that's why haven't been Trump Alina my living room. So I'm saying, I think meditation is fantastic. You know, I do that. It was another twenty six bits. And I because I personally feel the benefits of doing it. And you can listen to me talk about all of that Modibo in the twenty six Cosworth talk about it. But it's worth mentioning on this show too. So yes, I've just said excise in the morning and meditating feels like perhaps a bizarre thing to do if you're trying to create momentum. They'll kick start your day. And I'd always really struggle. Old to fit the men because I know the starting my day with meditations, really good. But I wonder exercising at the beginning of the day is really good. But something where I'm getting my heart rate up something where I'm kind of calming down. Didn't I didn't know how to put them together? When auntie come came on the show recently. And talked about meditation. He suggested meditating off the exercise. And so I've been doing almost as my cool down. Once I've had a little stretch, and it makes a really positive difference. It makes two things using compatible sit really well together. And if the brain is stimulated by exercise, and there's an argument for it, then being focused by meditating and those two things combined. Great if you want to go out, and when you get the most of your day, which is what I always try to achieve. Also, I'd I want to bash coffee. I really don't. But I do want to share with you some research came across showed that the percentage improvement in cooperative function after exercise by coffee was twice as active. So yes, you heard that right exercise insted a twelve percent improvement in cognitive function and caffeine was niece. X percent just saying just putting out this exercise plus meditation coffee, later, excellent that we go. In addition any habit that you do consistently. Whether it's making the drinking excising in the morning, meditating, whatever form any of these things might take creates discipline and personal discipline. So you become accountable to yourself. Yes. I'm sure like many people gym memberships I've high no trainers before. Yes. Together. Better-quality workout, maybe more, intense workout. But also because accountability to someone else is a great motivator. But nurturing accountability to you is full, circle and all the more rewarding. Do you think I found it to be and the books of me that feels good? I forget about that. If you didn't do the night before then now is really a time when you wake up whether it's before you exercise whenever but at some point during the morning just down some of the things that you need to do and make life easy for yourself. Start with the easy stuff such as post that letter or wipe down the kitchen counters, something that gives you a win before you really had to try make the bed, for example, write down everything put the washing on hang the washing out put the laundry hung up close because you'll begin to get a sense of satisfaction at torching tasks that can feel damn boring. You start taking those things off when you get to the biggest of like, do you recounts? It'll feel more possible because you've already got ten toes before it. Just completely done with with lease. And my final piece of advice, which is completely anecdotal. Is to be kind to yourself. Sometimes we do need to shuffle around have a coffee and slowly does wake up and just go. Do you know what this morning's not that morning, sometimes as to what the real housewives in bed with a Cup of coffee that can be the thing that gets you up feeding positive. It's just that during that for me personally doing that more than one day. I say more than one day in about two days a conduit more than one day a month because that will quickly turn into a couple of days a week. But that's not to say I haven't in the recent watch the real housewives with a Cup of coffee in bed tons of my notifications and giving myself a lion. But that's when I know that I need to be easy on myself. And I only know that I need to be easy on myself because of all of the other things I have talked about previously in this episode about setting these achievable goals doing a bit of exercising meditation. But sometimes you have to take the foot off the gas and say this morning. Not this morning because you know, that will make tomorrow morning better. You know that the exercise you do tomorrow morning. We better few just like taking a bit of a break today. So just listen to yourself. Those are my tips. Those are the things I would suggest you try if you haven't already those those are the things that I have found what for me and also as you seen thrown in a bit of data to kind of support them. But as is always the case, I'm desperately interested to hear from you. Have you any const i-in habits that really work to get you up an out in the morning that when you do them you notice you notice a considerable improvement in your productivity in the day in how your approach to things as changed? I really love to hear about this. You can either eat on on the cost Jimoh dot com. You can join the Facebook group and tell the group because I'm sure the group would love to hear it that Facebook group you can join the Lincoln the profile in not my private. Listen to things I say to open you can join by the link in the show notes. It's a closed group went upriver. Do you have to want to questions if you on the questions, I'm sorry? Just needed the data just to check that you aerob- all somebody wanting to do something scarlet us. But in that group, we have lots of discussions about poke cost topics about things that are coming up is the place where I ask questions for guests the imminent. So you do get a bit of a preview, but please do join that if you want to share your tips because I know that the brilliant community of people that we have in the group with love to hear would love to know if there are any other tips for thank you for listening. That was a mid week mini show all about good habits for starting the day. Right. And I really even joined it, and I hope that the day that you listen to this. You have a brilliant day. Thank you so much for this thing. I see you in the next.

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Will Canada Dump Trudeau?

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

19:52 min | 2 years ago

Will Canada Dump Trudeau?

"Ken Burns. It's a name that's become synonymous with documentary filmmaking. He's a mastercraft a timeless storyteller and now he's featured on that made all the difference a new podcast from Bank of America join host elite Burke as she talks to achievers about the moments that inspired them to make an impact their stories might just inspire you to what would you like the power to do you can find that made all the difference any where you get your podcasts mm-hmm political rivals of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. They've had had this nickname for him for a while. Now the MR dress up prime minister here. He is an indigenous ceremonial address here he is in Jewish attire. Hire Jesse Brown hosts the Catalan podcast he says conservative members of parliament that even pass around tro photos he might be dressed like superman or trick or treating as Han Solo or just trying to fit in with a foreign dignitary putting all these images together would get a chuckle across the political spectrum trim so in images surface last week of Trudeau in black face and Brown face. It was shocking but after apologizing to do almost seemed to play it off like hey you know me. I'm the guy who gets stressed out. Specific thing you said was something like I can be more enthusiastic about costumes than is sometimes appropriate which is true. He is overly enthusiastic about costumes and how many photos have come out at this point. There are three photos and videos point. Two of the photos are from one event so there's three different instances of him in Brownfield blackfish. There's one video clip where trudeau is wearing an afro wig in other photos. He's dressed up like Aladdin and an Arabian nights themed party for school where he was teaching. He'd gone so far as to paint not just his face but his hands to and nobody else. Did you know that if you see the pictures there like a couple of guys who wore one guy wore a turban and somebody else were aerob- nobody else was wearing makeup. I mean he he really took this. He was a teacher. He was a teacher at a school related event and he he he took it really far. It's hard to see it in the same way and I think that a lot of people are looking at his default image as a statesman as our young young and well dressed and well quaffed and well presented Prime Minister and now you've got to ask yourself if that too isn't a costume of sorts and and the timing of these photos for Justin Trudeau. It really couldn't be worse. When are the Canadian Elections October. Twenty first is when we go to the polls. So when do you think about these photos and the elections. Does anyone have any idea what they're gonNA. do it ain't good. It's it's something that the debate is. How much will it hurt him today. On the show Jesse's going to explain the scandal that has up ended the Canadian Election Justin Trudeau helped change the political fortunes for his Liberal Party but now he might change them again and not for the better sadder. I'm Mary Harris. You're listening to what next stick with us so we talked about Justin Trudeau a few months back and at the time you talked about how you've been covering Justin Trudeau for years and in some ways. It felt like you kind of grew up with him around because he was a political air. Can you explain a little bit just the place of Justin Trudeau in Canada for people who don't now well. This is sort of being positioned Canadian school kids learn about what is great about Canada is that we are multicultural and who is sort of a defaulted from a policy standpoint of Canadian multiculturalism. It's Pierre Trudeau now. Appear does not an uncontroversial figure. He was certainly presented as a hero to me. growing up in Toronto no no the emergence of Canada on the global stage of having this intellectual debonair prime minister everything about him marked kind of candidates entrance into the modern. What an age and Justin Trudeau as his son Pierre Trudeau Service Prime Minister for fifteen years when he first ran as leader of the Liberal Party in nineteen sixty eight reporters called the fervor surrounding his campaign Trudeau Mania in this tape people are running alongside his car like he's a Rockstar. So it's a similar situation. the the Kennedy clan the Trudeau's th th this is Canadian royalty and a good looking guy who made his there were a couple of acts of political theater. I hate to be so crude but his his eulogy for his father was when a lot of people I saw him you know since they had seen pictures of as a small boy and and then a- an act that he has since described as a political calculation and a really curious one in this new context when he as a young member of parliament had a boxing match with a conservative Senator Patrick Brazil who is indigenous under the auspices of some sort of charity event he he has a boxing match with an indigenous tough guy a guy who was you know known to be kind of a blue collar working class grassroots a guy who was thought of as a bit of a tough guy and if he could best this guy an act of like you know in the ring he could change the way people feel about him. You're right. He's from a tougher neighborhood. Then Pierre Trudeau Son Justin they are when you look back at that boxing madge he you come so close Justin Trudeau. I mean in his description in painting his opponent as a savage very clear to that I I think that without using that incendiary language he basically described Brazil as as just as here. Is this this this this tough kind of rough around the he edges conservative indigenous guy who if he can beat him in in boxing like I don't know what that matters in terms terms of his abilities as a statesman but if he can if he could beat up Patrick Brazil he can overcome this image that he's too soft that he's pampered that he's a daddy's boy with a silver spoon in his mouth mouth. that is the political impact that that had as theater and it was deliberate. It's interesting listening to you talk about this boxing match. It sounds like like Justin Trudeau's strange relationship with race. It's kind of always been under Canadian. Journalists knows but it's like the they didn't see it because it's been everywhere and nowhere all at once we'll look I I cover the Canadian media itself and I am asking questions now like ah there have been a number of professional people who have been paid money to Vet Justin Trudeau the Liberal Party would have wanted to know everything they can know about him to see if he was a flawed candidate his his opponents other candidates running against him so I don't know and then of course the media itself inventing a candidate What do you do if somebody pays you to go and look through the person's past? One of the first things I would do is go through old yearbooks. How did we miss this. The contradictions of having somebody who is up such privilege of a Canadian royalty royalty political family you know a a white guy born into that who presents himself as such a progressive in an ally while even before this happened serious questions about whether or not that was just for show or whether or not he actually in his policies wasn't anti-racist in his policies it was he actually an advocate and as the personnel keeping the highest elected post in this country doing everything that he promised that he would and was able to do even before this happened and that was very much in question he. I'm reminded of that time. He was giving a speech at a giant fundraiser and some protesters showed up from first first nations digital protesters and he sort of dismissed them and very sarcastically and it was it was one of the first dings on him. Absolutely that was really revealing moment where the protesters protesters had to pay for whatever it was one thousand dollars plan. I can't remember exactly in order to attend where they surprised everybody by protesting him and as they were being let out of the room after popping up with message protest he he varies smart and smugly said thank you for your donation that left about taste so i read one piece of analysis that said that the real costume trio has been wearing has been that of a woke white. Bro Who have all been waiting for. It sounds like you agree with that assessment I do. I think that people a have a sophisticated understanding that everything in politics is performance to some degree certainly he has fronted his his WHOA KNESS and progressiveness as part of the package. I think that's fine. If you actually are that guy I think that one perfect example of Justin Trudeau being about optics over substance this is when the news of the of trump's Muslim immigration ban hit and everyone was just appalled and it was so ham-fisted Lee applied the airport shutdown and everybody was just obsolete confused as to what was happening and then there was this this be beam of light from Justin Center. Does twitter account saying you know if you are fleeing injustice imigrants Refugees Canada once. You're welcome here. It was the perfect thing to say say but it wasn't true it was backed by it was backed by nothing policy-wise. Nothing had changed. That was not a tweet. That was with relation to anything new do that happened. We were still involved a party to legislation whereby if if if a refugee came to America I an America did not accept up them other applications refugee would turn the Moi as well that didn't change anybody who directly affected by the trump ban would find no refuge. There was nothing that Kennedy ended it was offering with relation to that was helping them at all and in fact it actually put people in danger because there were people who had been in America who who felt like well. I believe Justin Trudeau. I'm going to cross the border on foot. There are people who lost fingers trying to do so in harsh weather thinking that actually meant something something it didn't mean anything. It sounds like what you're saying is that part of the reason why these photos have been so inflammatory is that they've become supporting evidence for something that for things that critics like you've been saying all along about Justin Trudeau yeah and it's bigger than Justin Trudeau because it's Justin Trudeau is an absolute personification of Brand Canada and brand candidate is that progressive wonderland that Utopian Boy America could only just make a few moves in the right direction get rid of guns deal with the racism it could be this wonderful place just like Canada were used as a rhetorical Michael Tool and it is paper thin because there are currents of racism that are woven into the foundation of this country that are still at play every day and and we are so enamored with this brand of ours and with his reputation that there has been a lack of maturity and a lack of real political will oh and public interest in grappling with the actual reality that a lot of people facing this country so let's talk about how these photos are impacting. The Canadian elections ends because in there you're in the middle of a race to figure out who's going to be running the country. One candidate has really embraced talking talking about this. I'm talking about Jagmeet. Singh responded earlier. I hadn't seen the image itself and seeing the image jarred me Jagmeet. Singh is the first first person of color to lead a major political party in Canada he seek after these black face photos emerged he spoke emotionally about what they meant to a man unlike him face a lot of racism in my life and I can be honest with you. I thought back when I say I fought back with my fists but there's a lot of people that weren't able to do that one. My friends told me how he wasn't able to do that. He really was equal to the moment when this Brown face story broke and he initially released the kind kind of written response that you would expect in a politicized response taking advantage of the moment you know to Decry Trudeau but then he went off script and face the camera and just talked about how this isn't what about Justin Trudeau this is about how this actually is affecting people of Color in Canada and and kids and how it affects him and how it makes him feel and what it reflects about the country itself and it was a catalyzing moment was an important moment and it was interesting to see Justin Trudeau's response he he he publicly let it be known that he would like to apologize to Jagmeet Singh in person and Joe Jagmeet Singh. I think handle that very well. He said Look I'll talk to you but I'm not going. GonNa be used as a political tool. It'll be behind closed. Doors won't be a media event for you. So it sounds like Jagmeet Singh is kind of having a moment does his party that end EP have any chance chance of making gains in this upcoming election. I think from where they stand now all the polls indicate. They're gonNA lose some ground. I think he's definitely making gains from where where he was a week ago. I think that there there's there's hope for his campaign yet and you know he's in a strange position because they're almost as a certainty are not going to. There's a he's not going to be the next prime. Minister however the way it works here is that if there is a minority government they need the end ep if liberals former minority the government to actually form government they need participation with the MVP they need to form some sort of a coalition or some sort of a deal jagmeet has said he won't do that with the Conservatives because their politics are just too far apart but he may hold the balance of power. I mean the the argument of Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party. Is that if you don't vote for us the Conservative Party will be in charge. Is that a real risk you know. Canadians are in a really miserable spot as voters because if you are a Canadian who who is offended by this if you are a Canadian who feels like either this is an act of racism that affect you directly or you feel any any sense of of obligation to care care about other people in your community when you're making these decisions or if you simply just feel like he's exposed himself as somebody. You can't really believe what he says about himself because he's presented himself as this incredible progressive SUV antiracist feminist character and this is just the latest in a series of disillusionment surround that but if if you care about these things then you're not gonna like your other option because the other person who has a chance of becoming prime minister is the conservative candidate Andrew Scheer so the most likely outcome. Is that a lot of the people who showed up last time and surprised the pollsters the liberals were not looking good in the polls and they swept it's because he got a lot of new people to come vote. I really think that the vulnerability is just people who who were so excited by this guy last time just not bothering so who is the Conservative Party leader who could take over Canada. I wish I knew his name is Andrew. Scheer wish wish I knew. Do you just mean like He. No one knows him yeah. I think that there's even in terms of like familiarity amongst the electorate that was a big hurdle for the concert of people didn't even know I mean we follow American politics more closely than we do our own politics here in Canada like we we listened to American political podcasts and we watch the American news you you know trump helps but even before trump we are somewhat disengaged from political system and Canadians like to talk about how boring it is up here and how that's a great thing but anyhow Andrew Scheer had very low name recognition and even among those of us who know who is getting a read on him is quite difficult. I think that he is very deliberately. Set out on a strategy gee of not making waves. One of the biggest problems for any conservative candidate candidate is to seem to conservative especially social conservative so you need to kind of dog with Cilla. Make gestures cheers to the social conservative voters whose votes you need to let them know I will represent you but I just can't say I can't really bring up things like abortion. you know your your issues are things that are gonNA. You can't form government. If you go too hard in that direction so Andrew Scheer has been running you know brand bland and in contrast with Justin and it's been pretty effective if he could just sort of stand there not make a fool of himself that's probably his sean okay so we have the Conservative Party in the Liberal Party and it looks like one of them will be leading Canada's government shortly. Here's here's my question listening to all this. There's no doubt out that these photos of Justin Trudeau are not great for the Liberal Party and you said earlier that really the Liberal Party he is relying on people of color people who hadn't voted before who turned out last time for Justin Trudeau and of course seeing these photos rose puts those voters up in the air potentially so I guess my question is why isn't the Liberal Party thinking of dumping though it's too late you know were were a month to the election itself. There isn't an obvious various other contender. He still is the most famous Canadian maybe shy of Drake and I think that they're just gonNA GONNA. They're they're into deep. They're just gonNA keep going and I hope that something else takes over the news cycle and and and hope that ultimately I mean you know it's really interesting and revealing to just read what is happening from trump supporters who are now in this position of dismissing. The relevance or importance of this repeated use of black face people who otherwise I think are kind of casually onside with anti-racism casually onside with progressive politics but when when push comes to shove they are willing to not only accept that he's done these things but in a lot of cases people are are making excuses for him people on the Progressive Progressive Side of things and I think it's it's it's really divisive for candidate because because we have a lot of people here who are not white and thought they had allies and friends and supporters amongst the liberal establishment candidate and they're finding out that only goes so Jesse. Thank you so much for joining me yeah. It's a pleasure chatting with you. Thank you Jesse. Brown is the host of the Catalan podcast and if you liked this interview who you're GonNa love his show. It's rollicking skeptical rigorous. We highly recommend it can land the podcast. Check it out all right. That's the show what next is produced by Mary Wilson Jason De Leon Daniel Hewitt and Mara silvers if you want to check out what what I do during the day gopher twitter at Mary's Desk I'm Mary Harris I'll talk to you tomorrow.

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Home Is Where The School Is

What A Day

21:24 min | 11 months ago

Home Is Where The School Is

"It's thursday november nineteenth. I'm akilah hughes. And i'm getting a second. This is what a day where we will not tolerate challenges. The election results in people's sexiest man. Alive contest look michael jordan. Got the votes all right. He didn't have to pull a kill monger and like prove his way to be there. He deserved to be there he won. That's right. no one was thrown off a cliff. As far as i know no art was stolen a today. Show an update on the trump effort to delay election certification in swing states than some headlines. But first the latest. We're living in a strange reality where there is quite a bit of good news and scientific achievements on cove it while there is unrelenting dire news about the current state of the pandemic. We've now passed. Two hundred fifty thousand deaths in the united states according to some trackers and are currently averaging over one hundred fifty thousand cases a day with healthcare workers increasingly warning about buckling hospital systems in some states and then yesterday there was a scramble from new york. City's mayor and governor cuomo to close down the city's public school. So let's talk about what exactly happened here. Yeah a lot to unpack but the top line news today. The entire public school system in new york city which is the largest in the whole country is going fully remote and that impacts an estimated three hundred thousand children who had opted into in person classes as well as their families and their teachers with less than a day's notice for this mayor. Bill de blasio said that this would last at least until the week after thanksgiving and the change itself was prompted by the city. Reaching three percent positivity testing in its seven day rolling average and that was a role that had been in place for quite some time. But there is a ton of pushback for a number of reasons to the actual decision. Here for one thing. Indoor dining in gyms remain open with reduced capacity the fact that schools closed i is rightfully pissing parents off and some public health officials as well. And it's probably likely that there are more restrictions on the horizon given the rising cases in new york city it speaks to the wrong prioritization of needs. Here is the opposite of what a lot of western european countries have been doing. And so far there's evidence that transition in schools in the city itself has been really low since the reopening began in late september. And other major reason why. This was a huge mess yesterday. It was how governor cuomo and de blasio handled the announcement so to give a sense of the timeline. Here de blasio was supposed to give this briefing in the morning. Reporters waiting hours for him to appear while they were waiting. Cuomo begins his own press conference for a moment. The assumption was okay here. We're doing this again. These two men who have this absurd power relationship thing or going to devolve into more infantile tactics while dealing with the public health crisis good so cuomo starts and he spent some time talking about how well new york was doing in comparison to other states which is great but not helpful to people trying to get a response the question of the day on schools right and then a wall street journal reporter asked him about the topic. Here's part of how cuomo addressed the question hint not very well. So what are you talking about. How what are you talking about now. Going to override. We did it already. That's the law an orange zone red zone. Follow the fact still confused confused. Confuse still confused as well. Then i guess you your confused parisa moron read the law and you won't be confused. I caramba shit. Show did all right. Well this is the afternoon yesterday while parents are still trying to determine what's going on in cuomo is mad at reporters for asking so what happened next. Yes so a bit later into this news conference. An email does go out from. New york's schools chancellor informing principles that school would in fact be remote so not a dumb line of questioning after all for cuomo in the slightest year then defazio finally gives his press conference hours after he was set to speak about four hours after where he confirms the closure plan and didn't directly apologize for keeping everyone waiting the whole time savage fans. Yeah part of the confusion in all of this is the fact that no joke state and the city use different metrics for measuring average positivity rates over a seven day period so by the states measure. New york city was actually below three percent while by the city's measure it reached three percent confused. So was i and literally everyone else. Yeah i mean definitely us the teachers everyone who was at cuomo's thing we're all just like what so. Obviously this is just one example of the bad current reality and a big setback for the city but we mentioned scientific achievement. So let's walk through some good news on that front. Yes so a couple of things here on tuesday. The fda gave out an emergency use authorization to the first rapid at home cova test. According to you list. Sarah the company that makes it. The test is going to fifty dollars or less. And all you gotta do is swab your nose and in both nostrils and you'll have results back in about half an hour. Then you're supposed to report the results to health care providers so there is a means of actually tracking virus. The company said that in a small sample symptomatic kovic positive individuals. The test was able to accurately detects ninety four percent of infections that were found with a lab based tests which aren't perfect either but the best is currently available pretty good. It's reportedly not going to reach the national market until early spring of next year but that is a promising option especially while there are some increasing turnaround times for those lab based tests right now all right well round us out with the other bit of good news we have on vaccines yes. This is even better. We got another update from pfizer. Which is one of the two companies farthest along vaccine development. In the one showing promising signs along with madonna. They said that they were going to apply for emergency use from the fda in days after finding that the vaccine is ninety five percent effective in their latest analysis. That's a bit higher than in their first analysis again. We'll have to wait for more information beyond the press release but visor said that out of the hundred seventy identified cases. One hundred sixty two were in the placebo group and nine of ten severe cases were also in the placebo group which is good because they didn't get the vaccine. The fda is reportedly going to review the company submitted information including safety data in manufacturing info. And then an outside panel is going to weigh in possibly in the second week of december so it seems like we're going to learn a lot more quickly here in the next few weeks about where this is all heading but for now extremely extremely positive news. We'll stay on that. But let's shift gears to the continued mess of litigation from the trump campaign and their supporters. Yeah for some reason. This election is still happening. Mainly donald trump's inability to lose with even announce of dignity but here's the rundown in michigan republicans on the board of elections in wayne county. Where detroit is decided to hold off on certifying. Those results on tuesday. The backlash to this decision was right on time. And wouldn't you know it. They went ahead and reverse that stupid decision almost immediately. Here's a clip of another wayne. County board member ripping those two republicans who decided to hold up the votes in new one. Your grandchildren are going to think of you. Like bull connor or george wallace monica palmer william hartman will forever be known in southeastern michigan as two racists did something so unprecedented that the disenfranchise hundreds of thousands of black voters in the city of detroit because they were ordered to ali. I know monitor. you think q. Told you to do it or some other crazies of ned sicko mode it net. That's i encourage everyone to watch that So before they caves these two republicans were suggesting that detroit votes not be certified while being totally okay to certify results in predominantly white areas of wayne county being very public with the silent part there but moving onto wisconsin. There's more trump desperation crap. That's happening there too. Yeah that's right. Get in so just like the michigan situation. The trump people are targeting specific places in this case milwaukee and dane counties which are obviously the black democratic counties for a recount. The campaign is paying three million dollars for this partial recount. It would've cost eight million dollars to do the full state but with the campaign so deep in debt they probably have to up their fundraising emails. Even more the official canvas of results in wisconsin had joe biden leading trump by more than twenty thousand votes. So obviously this is a long shot but hey they can get their money however they see fit. Yeah i mean. We'll see how it goes. I guess but in two thousand sixteen. The recount turned up one hundred thirty something votes. So yeah and then. What's going on in georgia and pennsylvania. That's more of the same so as we go to record. The recount is on pace to be completed by the deadline and certified on friday. The numbers in the state have shifted slightly but biden remains ahead by twelve thousand seven hundred eighty one votes rather than the nearly fourteen k lead. He had before but again. There's no real expectation for this to change in the way that trump really wants and no evidence of widespread fraud was found like trump and laughlin. Purdue have been throwing out there day after day and in pennsylvania embarrassing discreet trump surrogate rudy. Giuliani tried and failed to stop the certification of the vote in the state. They're over eighty thousand. More people voted for joe biden. Donald trump the state supreme court voted against giuliani's effort. Five to two giuliani still in federal court hoping to invalidate some seven hundred thousand mail in ballots from democratic leaning counties which is just pathetic. It's pathetic. I don't really know what else to say. But yikes rick hassen. The election law professor. Who we had on the show last week has been tweeting about giuliani's court hearings. There are so many moments of incompetence that giuliani showed. But we gotta love hassans. Tweet that said quote. The judge is having to teach rudy basic constitutional law. That's not hyperbole. This is a description of what is happening at this hearing. I've never seen worse lawyering in an election case in my life so longdon read. Joe biden is still. The president elect trump's dream of overturning. The election is on its last leg. And that's latest for now it's thursday wad squad and today we're talking about tokyo. Twenty twenty one. The olympics is set to open in japan on july. Twenty third twenty twenty one but it won't look like it ever has before apart from rapid testing and possible vaccines there are new guidelines for athletes. They will now be discouraged from hanging around in the olympic village as well as sightseeing partying or looking around the city in other words. It's just gonna be all business and giddy my question for you. What safe indoor activities can you recommend to the twenty twenty one at tokyo athletes. Well i guess. I'm a little confused here if they're like in isolation or not endorse these. Let's assume they are. For the most part i feel like you. Can you can game you know. Get some get some call duty in there. Get some k. If you want you could play the sport that you are participating in video game fashion You know like inbetween. Whenever you gotta hit the bob sled slope or do the curling or do Whatever it is that you're doing as as the athlete. Obviously i'm not one. Yeah that seems like the easiest solution right. Like you're working on hand eye coordination you might be sticking out the competition that you're up against it'll be in the game as well. I don't know that's right. And i mean you know if you have a switch you can play breath of the wild. That takes up a lot of time so much time. Yeah you start to finish like inbetween. The rounds of of the sport that you're playing easy but same question for you is. What do you recommend that these athletes are actually supposed to time. I mean i think they should just like sleep. You know if you if you work out limited athlete. You're probably pretty tired. Like what a great excuse to rest. Finally that's pretty much it. I don't think that they really need like they've been in isolation to they figured out what they like. They don't need to hear from me taken up. Yeah no. I think that's great and like maybe it's like you get to tokyo. You've got the jet lag you're like. 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Deadpool #41 (2000): Wades World The Deadpool Podcast Episode #88

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

29:58 min | 2 years ago

Deadpool #41 (2000): Wades World The Deadpool Podcast Episode #88

"This episode of the fix five kicks brought to you by tweet naughty. Get automatic phone the tweet dot com and you park healthy in thirty aubrey shipping in a lifetime ward or you can get there through the link on our website southgate negro dot com and what about podcasts yeah. No one should listen to that well. We're going to anyway. I'll i would welcome to the deadpool podcast. Ask you may must have been bad. I am phil joining me as always the mistress of heaven aim nano me. I don't even need to say many check. Show newt's roots germ off hundred one day on a friday your damn ray that's hellfire l. fire what's left of her her liver to slivers so much schizo affective all right so seems like it's been a while this way throughout the end or has his lethal the report crisis special kinds of girls still over the flash. It's been thirty years. The fish are so today we are talking dead poll forty forty-one nobody can hear space span and fell space jailbreak prison and break but covers all sensor yeah this one's weird except for like where they couldn't censored they made i swear they're censoring hiring women. Even though there are half tops on all or nothing no inbetween. I locked my nolan nothing for anyway. Yes we're smacking christopher priest. It could be worse. It could be handsome. Tom cruise well. I guess it's apple american. Tom cruise right now. <hes> something charlie <unk> bleak which by the way i should listen to on no says agency issue he does and i didn't add it out what it goes from sorry. It's late foreign truckers anyway <hes> yeah this. The oldest issue is june two thousand intel because thousands is debatable frag or wide. Lucas won't release police star wars on d._v._d. Beyond us how chat house fight poor kids. I don't even know they don't even know each remastered and get the worst upon was never wasn't always island's. I'd never leave their land either echo meanwhile whoa he got enough money from disney in the rest of the plays again he shit much money. I wouldn't anything don't like built swimming. Pools eat voter movie theater bowling alleys and it's just like you don't have it can get the word damn straight anything anyway weird choice food sanborn. Is he like calling people out. What is this disavowed just like <hes>. It's a space thing. What can we are the star wars this was this was like in the prequel now shut up remember those days those days because i actually went to all three of those movies in the movie in i thought you'd never saw i thought i raised some form of memory with alcohol. I didn't organize why there's only one show jeez star wars officially according to my bring my head would not of seat with oh good lord the back to the state prison break alien orgy. Whatever ever yes if you remember last issue how long that was <hes>. Yes heavy heavy dead polls escaping the f. satellite skyward recalling men. I guess you know use barons emas. Stop so there's a plan in the lake. Why late having that pool crossovers never make any damn sense. It's i don't get it. Get it like anti here. He says the pads stuff. Get it and i just miss. That's sure enough. That will get a bunch of us. Spaceflight space fight that full escape and ship shooting at him. Oh she'll wait isn't a quaver quaver. I know libraries just wait. This is such a two thousand actually our opinion but no the works good but as in like that black mix that brad boyd makes everything <unk> yeah but not just that poll thinking something big and invisible visible puff daddy's talent how sh how twelve year old is going to fight him <hes> <hes> us all away mm-hmm constrictor and titania back on earth bring bank. It's not even real titanic spoilers and now it's like we have like two more issues he's too. We find that were <hes> this imposters rocking. The cleveland is like no one may yeah. I mean boobs do distract so you can't blame. How far do you think this delivery guy free realizing and get a tip got into <hes>. Oh i'll consensus in the refrigerator hadn't the last will and get damaged in their later. Eh these almost as bad as alcohol vis a look. Some aliens toll portishead portishead pointing us that fixes the body. That's how this works. I don't think any of this works. Why it breaks down your body august star trek he namedrop star wars so kick on statuary. Go with it but you hours hours no even female. He didn't seem out to join an energy clouded and get him back in exactly that season once next generation uh goodbyes how she gets here again out twice while we see her actually slack bedroom. I remember my rewatch season. At now. We see everything twice 'cause he. Lopa yesterday's enterprise in that alternate time line and then she cheat she show well. The actor shows up as <music> spoiler alert next generation. It's the best version in that off and in the very last episode the big very picard is gonna be freaking awesome. You scratch your watch it watch. Should i still need another a paper. Another streaming platform can come be my first day on the jolly roger f operation ration- i might have like a card mini series. When that comes up <unk>. We're doing yes aerob- rob and charlie and everybody everybody pretty much than our is star trek martin. It got so many lay people. We'll come back so maybe cool yeah. We get charlie who wanted in. If if if you have the time we could get out. We'll just make him new pre-recorded <unk> prerecord of winter lines right charlie. Oh i the contact and after this i wanna rob southgate at fully loaded sombor. Yes that is concession. I can't forget along the way i lost my nipple for nothing. I need rob. Southgate founder pill about this story that this arc is aimless. It's very weird i wa. I told you the first armored readiness. I'm mike after like the first issue or to like him in space still in this thing but then he kind of break it up to i mean preschool rose kinda like choppy because you know what is in another issue to get that <hes> silent issue. We covered a while back then like i don't know like an issue to before the end of his run you get that black panther crossover yeah so you kinda killed momentum as wonder why they were spinning their wheels <hes> look when that whole comes face face to face feelings he asked me or you folks in line for instinct tickets her danielle with of that line but now i kinda surprising as only one i can saying everybody can sing <unk> waste and unwilling into huge <unk>. Everybody's <unk> boys or something for everybody. He got kevin for the mothers. You got the ginger you got howie. You got engine in you got you. He got me. That's all i'm saying i i know my boy beans so so yeah get plenty lines who had poll just opens fire on the aliens amona beat one over the head. You know i will say there is a balance between dialogue and fighting. Yes and that's nice. <hes> <hes> i mean i get it to be something different again. I don't remember people being space pires. Can we get back to titanic in that tangier and many other things on here. Shall we bring back. Will i know oh see. I mean we all the funds. Just kind of like i mean an end to run liquor abruptly they swear like that person was kind of like wears off at the end almasy yeah <hes> and the arts bad but it's just again. It's dead polls. I know but it's like one though it looks like like deadpool ican like former lobo or something big in bulky that that's the thing i know but it looks thank you i mean between you know the last mark and then what comes up after this on royds priests run been the secret you know after he got the lose lose probably steroids it gets better for him there somewhere i don't know and then he has to go break on some prisoner or from satan rescue different different fate. That's another lucifer rasp england. Actually yes yeah is alien. Call for rescue the devil darren wolf with apps on top of that just like aw dammit. I wonder who that supposed to thirty. Will they get it get. It might drop for all day so logo. I mean thirty won't them. Mm-hmm is the marvel version elbow. Let's see how <hes> i don't know like i said i think you know there's a contest to see who can make harley quinn more dead port and former harlequin. I swear a more ran. The monson you see <hes> was there like some other like harley quinn and poison. Ivy series coming up. I guess they eight the late like the first issue or whatever has like the shack. We'll go. They get they threatened. The art was like you know originally had poison ivy drawn like you know they had her when she evolved whatever and here is in crisis but now the new solicited archie looks warlike her sexy self a big shocker. Yeah i know come on his hair suits. Come on guys come on guys. You got to go to push some units. It's who's gonna buy harley quinn and i was avi book. They don't want sexy. We cleveland clinic. The demographics unfortunately that come of it renders writing not nowadays thinker by boy. It's forty year old men who actually can afford the complex now bt. That's definitely what it's all about. I'm so easy books right now. Particular moment somebody better any books any cheaper when achievement the stories are better built right now all the time always own my newsletter. I remind you guys his alternative. We come out outsell. You guys really should on either ordered up at your local chapter ordinary. <hes> last year was really fun. If you're a big halloween person chat chattan support them eventually. We'll have an alternative. We'll have alternate comic books conversation built psalm one that hasn't read topping the alternative so we're late nine youth <unk> should it come up for halloween could've dressed up. No you like buffy. I don't do how you meet a size gwen poll yet. Yes my lights are out. Don't give out he. Hey anyway signed your words. I am a successful breaks out thirty wolf that was an event occurs break to be honest. He puts him like an electric chair to give him his strength back or something sure mm-hmm but then he <hes> his his his ride home gets blown abram panels yet yes <hes> but we are promised all these only up under all these uncensored boxes all these half they could women were alien. Women were they and the name of james t kirk. Were all these green half naked women you stupid thirteen year old boy. You fell for bait and switch insulate. Wait wait. A minute was the two thousand dollars twenty two. Maybe putting hours yeah you know like with honors are deceiving sometimes especially this story con <hes> good word yeah a big again. It's like a lot of these priest issues. It's like it seemed like we're in an wheels. Are i appreciate the the trying something different than doing the dialogue a law but as a cohesive story of story arc destroy not very cohesive. There's not a lot of momentum. There's not a lot that really actually happening matters owners either i mean it just seems like you know he you know just star introduces something and then it's like well. Let's purpose offer. You know it's like well complexities angel. What's the <unk> now. It's like oh well. He's in space. Oh find that out in like four months. Maybe you remember. Yes could've been a thing you know now. Things are happening in two thousand marble also yeah yeah. I was almost like birds like cancellation again because you know you know like a siren point at all. I think it just seemed like what report orla issue the fear something or then. They did that whole thing where they freak gather like oh we're canceling debited that weapon next thing in agent x thing scroll down way down still better than accidents the or <hes> celtics x. The x. men is greater than so drags. I will say there there. You know there's your drought. Something nice not always like i dunno l. allauddin khan extort one day and i was picking up a whole bunch of thought x. Nana's actually effect for fifty cents. You're in storms digital looking for old stuff. I told you about stuff. Go get a hard copy of those. You found that one marine story that's like raided him or whatever go in and i went to all the i had to complete my vigilante ran and by haywire and they actually had another super shots so honored the complete room. I think i have some of the issue one day she these some of that et al without that pullbacks ooh ya uncensored but we can't be we had enough people for patriots asked for money people. Oh my talk about a live read fan fiction theater probably better porn viewing habits <music>. I realized posted at about facebook like i am a noble entity to facebook. Thank our can't recommend like ads. They're we're not allowed to pope porn. Hook ads on facebook at area worth spending time on the internet internet fins anyway anyway yeah this of some the writing and stuff to again. It's like a product of its times looking at some of these ads the ads the ads make you nostalgic in. She can't buy that stuff surge subtle. I'm looking at the marble ads amine. Not i mean magneto dark seduction auction <unk> cover his daughter. Hey man they would severance scarlet which learned and aptly alerted from you. Gotta keep that kalki family land here. You're play star wars jet. I power battles they. I was mad at the star wars particular time academy belichick old like books anymore <unk> better stuff like that but i like the games out you know what i watch the cartoon in house about it. I think i really got into yes. Star wars imagination kid south balls a he's spoiled kids with rogue one stories and whatnot and other merch in their ever growing catalogue character really super in cool <unk> damn near real life. They were found mortgage. It is watching movie anytime you want bro. Now we started my kids kids. Were near comment again for the summer. <hes> and i'm just lake no. You're gonna watch cartoons on saturday mornings. Sorry it's cool live. How i live prison. I was in the m favorite nine page by page was when they blew up. I mean that was pretty good. <hes> analysts lash pay. I don't know i kind of made fun of kinda like the opens fire and then he starts beating the guy over the head with a pistol in that's not how i i use a gun personally but you know to remodel boards each is never roquan. Roku never run out of bullets comic book weird yeah. It gives us a family aikman's terrible that it's not like lou an injury have definitely by x. issue. I'd oil will know cliffhanger really stuck in space which would point ever know if they're going to get back to commissioner not only just <hes> just broadcasting their this issue forty next the next next week. We'll be doing issue only three hundred forty two basically the <hes> wink. The lisbon linked to the forty. Two episode is thought about i anti may make it a little easier. Spam always parks for goods that people it was a fun day with me lex luther slime one bad news one day or just the bankroll right now. I'll <music> got five still be. I mean asking why is he still be a better less than what we got superman all right so let's get outta here so we'll can give enjoy her evening or she'll be drinking in bed but i don't think dreamers anyway send n._s. Your thoughts on this and like we said i next episode we <hes> that poll forty-three so email us keeps lunatics at jimoh dot com. I follow us on facebook. Facebook dot com slash wayne's world podcast if the thumb is like with bali allen motor at wade's world pot and at c. c. l. sidekicks appleseed psychics on instagram. Go check out. It's not lost in space but it is progress. 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