25 Burst results for "Amelie"
Will the Afghan Taliban commit to ending the country’s lengthy and bloody war?
"For the first time in nearly two decades of war a written agreement exists between the government of afghanistan and the taliban the question that now arises is the one concerning the value of the paper upon which it is written. The agreement follows some months of talks in doha. And at least in theory clears the way towards a ceasefire and some sort of roadmap leading to a lasting political settlement. It is not necessary to be outrageously skeptical however to wonder if the taliban amelie running out the clock in anticipation of the united states entirely losing interest joined with more on this by michael semple former deputy to the eu special representative for afghanistan and michael. Welcome back to the briefing the agreement in itself if we take it as face value. How big a deal is it. It's a small positive step. it allows us to move. It allows us to to move One one step forward a in these long negotiations. How certain can anyone be though that the taliban in particular negotiating or have been negotiating in good faith. Well i'd say that nobody should be certain about this. There are two diametrically opposed ways of looking at this and time will tell our one hour one view which is the ones. Some of the western diplomats are taking is that the taliban have realized that they can't actually win this war on that they would benefit from being part of some kind of a compromise settlement a which would allow c- a government jointly formed between the people who are currently in power in kabul on the taliban on would have international support So thoughts the idea that they're involved in difficult but good faith negotiations. They other view. Is that the taliban are using. These talks to provide political cover for their real game which is trying to win the war on the battlefield. Because of course you don't need a long memory or at least if you live in afghanistan. You don't require long memory to remember a time when the taliban were actually in charge of the country which they were for nearly a decade up until late two thousand and one is there any indication that the taliban thinking on governance has evolved at all since then or does afghanistan as it was in the ninety s. Still seemed to be very much what they would like afghanistan to be again well. This is the crux of the matter. Some of the taliban diplomats in cutter have put a lot of effort into persuading every body that they have matured that they wouldn't like to to force anything down. The throats of unwilling population are but if we wants to get an idea of what taliban governance looks like. We don't have to look back two decades in the past. We often look what is happening in areas. Which are controlled by the taliban today because they do hold sway in many parts of rural off. Stan i'm i would say that The taliban approach to governance in those areas is remarkably reminiscent of the way they run the country until two thousand and one. It's it is ruled by the barrel of a gun. Well one other thing which may or may not of course change. The dynamics of these negotiations is the imminent change of administration in the united states. Do we yet fully understand whether president joe biden will be as kane on president trump as president trump rather of ending the united states' involvement in afghanistan entirely. I think this is going to be one of the critical decisions that the administration will have to take in the early stages of despite trying to focus on other priorities But just the timetable dictates that in the though withdrawal process that the us has been involved in which is really for dramatically reduce the numbers of troops on the ground. The official position is that it's conditional upon they taliban sticking to the commitments which they gave to the us in their agreement signed on the twenty ninth of february now. Many of us believe that the taliban have not stuck to those commitments but of course their diplomats in in cutter asserts that they are doing so until now the trump administration has essentially turned a blind eye to for to taleban breaches of commitment and they the vitamin ministration. When it comes is going to have to look at look at the position on c- Do they continue turning the blind eye out or do they say the taliban the commitments and therefore does the. Us react to that down. The process of withdrawing troops
What to Do When Your Customer Says, Not yet
"Thanks so much for joining me today. Jeff. It's a pleasure. Thanks for having me very much. This. This'll be some fun. Yes, it will. It absolutely will sell. In your book. You'll about in one of your books you talk the idea of resistance a lot. And I love it if you would define that and talk about why. It's so important when dealing with foul. Sure. Is Important thing in dealing with a lot of different things but but I, I came across the term I was reading Stephen Press feels book the the war of art really fascinating, little book easy to read but very challenging and he it. The book is written for artists, painters, writers, people who deal with a writer's block painters block, and he uses this term resistance as almost as mythical force that's out to get us in its at that part of us. That's that's within that says boy that's uncomfortable for I don't WanNa do it and the resistance comes along and says, don't worry about you have to do this. It's not that that big a deal and the resistance is. So kind that even makes up an excuse as to why we shouldn't do it. We can feel better about ourselves and sleep at night. So so it it's really a a human problem. It's not certainly just in the sales world when when things are potentially uncomfortable, the resistance rears its ugly head and says not enough I. I got a better way for you don't do it at all. So that's that's I. If I'm going to ride on follow up, which is a skill that many sales professionals are not particularly good at and they find uncomfortable than I had to just hit what the source plot is and I think that's what the I think. That's right there resistance that sore spot. Okay. So I'm I'm curious about because I totally agree with you that sales your really bad a follow up. What why do they resist that? What is it about the follow up? That is so uncomfortable. You know that's a great. An important question because what we see here is that that's got to be rooted in something right and so what's going to happen is that we're going to look at it and we're going to think okay as a consumer when if people tried to call me and we are. Minds Amelie go to telemarketers right people are going to just do nothing but annoy me interrupt my my dinner hour. And suggesting to sales professionals don't be that person if you're annoying, you shouldn't be calling in the first place. So if you're not going to provide value in the service of some kind in the follow up the idea of calling in just saying just checking in seeing if you're ready to buy because I've got a you know visa payment coming up you're. Not doing that for them, you're doing that for you. So I think that that's where that that comes from that sense It's that fear of intrusion marketing and the fear of being not light but I would argue if you are adding value if you're legitimately adding value, there's nothing to be afraid of you're doing something that your customer will actually rather appreciate. It. So the planning process then is really really critical because otherwise you're going to do that. You know what? My Friend Art Subject Parole Officer follow up just checking in some yeah. Nobody likes that. Oh my gosh I I love this because I think. ITSEL so important for sales people to. Shift their thinking away from I have to sell you something to I need to learn about you. I need to find out what really matters to you, and then be helpful the ill. So that were building a relationship that makes sense where you want me around because I bring value to you. That that's right and I would broaden that I wouldn't just say to sales people I think any small business owner who's looking at an has the opportunity for you know somebody's thinking about buying something a product or service of any kind whatsoever just reaching out and letting them know you know I was thinking about you and I. I thought yet remembered this I wanted to send it along and have you considered that over here if you just stop brainstorm a little bit and ask what problems. My customers had the didn't even know they have. How can I solve problems that they don't even know they have right now talk about being valuable Linden and a a real trusted adviser. I. Think That's when you play that role when when you're solving problems that your customer doesn't you know they have. Well feels like then you really have to be listening pretty actively and without an agenda in order to be able to. Pick Up. On. What's really going on with them? Yeah and if you're not, then you're sorry you're not a good salesperson if you're if you're not listening and you. Yeah Okay I if your product is all about your product, you got a problem because ultimately your product is nothing more nothing less than the solution that's going to improve their life but it's about the customer not about your product and so if we look at it from that perspective you you you you're selling shovels. That's great. But what they really need is a hole. So why why do they need the whole? Let's figure that out first and then we'll determine whether the shovel is the right solution.
Xbox Doesn't Need Bethesda on PlayStation
"One is one that was breaking as we went live from a little boy named Steven Tolo over a cocoon. He has a giant interview with Phil Spencer, covering all manner of xbox series x the future game pass you name it but he also talks to him about Bethesda. I'm calling this one xbox doesn't need Bethesda on playstation. We will start in progress than jump a bit further during our forty eight minute chat. We covered those machines, of course, the next gen ones and a lot more ballooning game file sizes, the Bethesda deal and how Microsoft plans do enable next Gen gaming on current Gen Consul first let's talk about xbox series snl. Going to talk that now, joining them deeper for the things of course, Stephen does great work. This is a fantastic interview Phil. You should go check it out in Kentucky. But jumping into the Bethesda stuff it's ought to talk to a console maker about launching two consuls at once, but it's even stranger to be talking to them about a game company they just bought for seven point, five, billion dollars such are the peculiar times we live in in September Microsoft said it was buying cinemax the parent company of Bethesda in software and other top-flight studios that makes the likes of fall out of that might make the likes of fallout the other schools in doom. The planned purchase Amelie bolstered Microsoft's roster of internal studios. The deal will cap off the company's generation long shopping spree in attempt to counter the reps of rival Sony and unintended Oh which have both been long regarded as having stronger internal game making operations. The expanded roster of games also gives Microsoft a lot more content to bundle into their popular netflix style game pass subscription service in offer the via. The company's game streaming service, which lets players access games remotely in play them on their phones tablets devices. Spencer. That said in previous interviews that existing deals involving xanax Games would still be honored suggesting something like the time traveling game death loop will still come I. Two five is previously announced beyond that though fans have been beyond by have been wondering whether it's a Max Games would go xbox NPC only in other words they've wondered if playstation would stop getting fall-outs in miss out on the sequel. I wondered that to quote, is it possible to recoup? A billion dollar investment. If you don't sell elder scrolls six on playstation I asked says Stephen Yes it's been spencer quickly replied then he paused. I don't WanNa be flip about that. This deal was not done to take away from another player based like that nowhere in the documentation that we put together was, how do we key players other players from playing these games? We want more people to be able to play games, not fewer people to be able to play to go play games but also say in the Model I'm not I'm just answering directly the question that you that you had when I think about where people are going to be playing the number of a and the number of devices that we had and we have cloud and. And Game Pass and our Council base I don't have to go ship those games on any other platform other than the platforms that we support in order to make. An order to kind of make the deal work for. US, whatever that means end quote. We do know that Microsoft has made big studio purchase. has made a big purchase and kept his new franchise multi-platinum formed before that's what they did with Mo Yang and it's game minecraft. So it wouldn't be wild to see at five on playstation five period for now Spencer said the platforms for future is games will be determined on a case-by-case basis, and even if they make the Games multi-platform, Spencer's team can still boast in advantage cinemax games could be sold at full price on playstation, but offered at a large discount on the xbox platform is part of the ten dollars a month game pass subscription, a killer deal that already grants players launched a access to every new Microsoft published game. That was lots of read only. I'm sorry to make you just sit there and listen, but it's context to argument. We've all been having on a variety of podcast what this deal actually means. Elaine, what do you think do we see Bethesda Games the CINEMAX games now xbox games on playstation five in the future I would assume. So just because of the like logistical crap. Back End. Anytime money is involved with anything games. You are guaranteed that there's GonNa be some exclusivity of some kind. So that's what I would assume but as a game developer like. Like how Abbas many platforms as our games can be on the better us because that means we're reaching the most people. I have heard you know people who are so vested in the xbox ecosystem. Danny on earlier I've heard him talk about I've heard Paris talk about it effort all manner of conversation about this, and it's interesting to see the different sides people go to. Of course, it'll be multi platform, and then of course, it won't be you have this investment you seven point five, billion dollars right? Like why would you ever give that up and I? I. Find Myself Torn because I can make a case either way if I was a betting man right now at the, we're not even into the next generation. We don't know how these systems are going to run away. We don't know who's going to be the industry leader in how game pass nuts out. So and so forth. I would say that, yes, you will see the Bethesda Games you think of your big ones you're fall-outs your sky rooms, the ones with giant fan bases on other platforms being in that being playstation of course, because I do think that what Stephen Hits on at the end here is so powerful that if you are a fallout fan, if you are Sky Room Fan in, you are die hard for that franchise. Wouldn't you WANNA play it in the best place in the cheapest place to play it like I. Feel like xbox is making this argument that even if they put it on. And it was coming to playstation five and it is seventy dollars or you can pay fourteen dollars game pass ultimate stream it wherever you want play all these other hundreds of great games do all these different things. Again, this is the C. B. Unabashed in your marketing. This is the council we designed it for. This is where there's bells and whistles and were able to make use of all the teraflops and everything else the xbox series x can do like. Even though your advertising than it is on playstation for me that makes sense to hey, this is why you need to buy an xbox. Am I wrong? I mean, from my developer standpoint I, don't like to be honest I don't. I don't care. Side. Please listen listen like when it comes to studios making games like regardless, we need to buy developer kids for all consoles. And to like look at it from the perspective of studio whether they are owned by a parent company or not. There is financial conversations any to be had what if cool you have seven billion dollars by being an exclusive of Microsoft right because of that whole transaction. But what if you have the door open for another seven billion? branching off from other different console. So why wouldn't you take the fourteen billion and just go with a seven? So like to me like a as a developer that's what I would think of That's all executive decisions by the way US developers have. frigging say in any of this. But I could definitely say from the developer perspective having franchises that have already been established like scarring and having a the ability to understand how they work in different consoles than. Or even importing that stuff to a very specific console that has very specific hardware and perhaps very specific requirements. That's definitely GONNA be a challenge for of studios and that happened with a PS three actually that I recently found out. That the PS three, that architecture was so difficult. Was Terrible. Exactly. It was so difficult that like games like there had really tough time studios making cancer, the PS three, which is now what makes sense that we can have backwards compatibility specifically with three because it was a frigging nightmare to to deal with on the back end so i. Was a great example of that. If you remember. Sky. Room. Right was incredibly broken the longer. You played the way that game watch compiled information eventually made it unplayable and drop the frame rate and it took them forever to fix. That wasn't a quick fix but it wasn't you're talking about of working with different architectures and trying to figure all this out. Yeah. So let's To me in my mind that is number one concern when it comes to all these franchises like is it possible to to do the franchise and Change Architecture of the entire game works so that it works on that council specifically or can we what we call re factoring, which is reusing things that have been done before can reactor so that we can continue to stay on the next generation of the councils that we work with before So it's it's a lot to. Think. About. Nearing, like. Many Kudos in the engineering teams all over the Games industry because they definitely have to deal with a lot of crap that they are not given credit for when it comes to figuring hundred. These Situations Making Games is incredibly difficult and I think all of us is fans. Yeah. You know it as being a developer eighty line meteorite like you see it from side that I only interview people talk over drinks with people about like I hear these horror stories and can't imagine a day to day, and then not even a removed the horror stories from it just in general making magic from nothing like making games is a magical thing and we totally take that for grant. We totally don't give that credit, take it for granted. Yeah, and sit there like, Oh, well, why did they just hit the button in Puerto over and make this work and how hard could it be to go between the PS five in an xbox series x Can Be the difference of the night and day Ryan because I terry. Systems are to hardware. So
Xbox Doesnt Need Bethesda on PlayStation
"Number. One is one that was breaking as we went live from a little boy named Steven Tolo over a cocoon. He has a giant interview with Phil Spencer, covering all manner of xbox series x the future game pass you name it but he also talks to him about Bethesda. I'm calling this one xbox doesn't need Bethesda on playstation. We will start in progress than jump a bit further during our forty eight minute chat. We covered those machines, of course, the next gen ones and a lot more ballooning game file sizes, the Bethesda deal and how Microsoft plans do enable next Gen gaming on current Gen Consul first let's talk about xbox series snl. Going to talk that now, joining them deeper for the things of course, Stephen does great work. This is a fantastic interview Phil. You should go check it out in Kentucky. But jumping into the Bethesda stuff it's ought to talk to a console maker about launching two consuls at once, but it's even stranger to be talking to them about a game company they just bought for seven point, five, billion dollars such are the peculiar times we live in in September Microsoft said it was buying cinemax the parent company of Bethesda in software and other top-flight studios that makes the likes of fall out of that might make the likes of fallout the other schools in doom. The planned purchase Amelie bolstered Microsoft's roster of internal studios. The deal will cap off the company's generation long shopping spree in attempt to counter the reps of rival Sony and unintended Oh which have both been long regarded as having stronger internal game making operations. The expanded roster of games also gives Microsoft a lot more content to bundle into their popular netflix style game pass subscription service in offer the via. The company's game streaming service, which lets players access games remotely in play them on their phones tablets devices. Spencer. That said in previous interviews that existing deals involving xanax Games would still be honored suggesting something like the time traveling game death loop will still come I. Two five is previously announced beyond that though fans have been beyond by have been wondering whether it's a Max Games would go xbox NPC only in other words they've wondered if playstation would stop getting fall-outs in miss out on the sequel. I wondered that to quote, is it possible to recoup? A billion dollar investment. If you don't sell elder scrolls six on playstation I asked says Stephen Yes it's been spencer quickly replied then he paused. I don't WanNa be flip about that. This deal was not done to take away from another player based like that nowhere in the documentation that we put together was, how do we key players other players from playing these games? We want more people to be able to play games, not fewer people to be able to play to go play games but also say in the Model I'm not I'm just answering directly the question that you that you had when I think about where people are going to be playing the number of a and the number of devices that we had and we have cloud and. And Game Pass and our Council base I don't have to go ship those games on any other platform other than the platforms that we support in order to make. An order to kind of make the deal work for. US, whatever that means end quote. We do know that Microsoft has made big studio purchase. has made a big purchase and kept his new franchise multi-platinum formed before that's what they did with Mo Yang and it's game minecraft. So it wouldn't be wild to see at five on playstation five period for now Spencer said the platforms for future is games will be determined on a case-by-case basis, and even if they make the Games multi-platform, Spencer's team can still boast in advantage cinemax games could be sold at full price on playstation, but offered at a large discount on the xbox platform is part of the ten dollars a month game pass subscription, a killer deal that already grants players launched a access to every new Microsoft published game. That was lots of read only. I'm sorry to make you just sit there and listen, but it's context to argument. We've all been having on a variety of podcast what this deal actually means. Elaine, what do you think do we see Bethesda Games the CINEMAX games now xbox games on playstation five in the future I would assume. So just because of the like logistical crap. Back End. Anytime money is involved with anything games. You are guaranteed that there's GonNa be some exclusivity of some kind. So that's what I would assume but as a game developer like. Like how Abbas many platforms as our games can be on the better us because that means we're reaching the most people.
"amelie" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast
"Like when I you know the nineties. Not as my different different been. Yeah absolutely so I really like always GonNa like when I think of strong female role. This is like the first movie that came to mind. I was on perfect Again I love that. There are displaying conveying this message to like a younger audience and it's not just the Kim a message about female empowerment. Is that but it's a big message on self empowerment and like I think one of the cool things about the movie. Milan is that ultimately. She chooses what she gets to be right. You choose because there is a part in the beginning of the movie where she sings a song like when will my reflection show who I am and like. I know it's a great song to me. That saying something about how who she believes herself to be is not matched by her physical experience. Which there's a lot of people who experience stuff like that and by the end of the film. She's able to kind of reconcile everything and say like why I am. Who I am and this is what I want and what I'm going to do and I just think that that's really cool. Not to detract from the fact that it is absolutely female. Centric that huge party. I just think that there's additional meaning also That can be pulled from it so I definitely like this pick. I think this is a good pick. I'm surprised that didn't think of it. I really like this movie. Machines like my favorite Disney character. Yeah no this is like an all around great movie like I love the Pie and just everything like the songs I know the songs are. I Con Iran is. I'm not like a huge Disney freak like. I'm not one who like I don't know I feel like a lot of work. Obsessive Disney like. I'm not like right on and I'm not like that. But Moulana is always going to be a classic for me a movie I can watch over and over again and I think there should be like a really you know a true inspiration for like many young girls who are watching and like growing up and seeing his movie so Yama Lon- it's great and I think right now we're gonNA take a really quick break and when we come back. I'm going to share with the guys. My last two pigs with a strong female lead watching. Tv has changed over time. Streaming has become the new norm. That's why golden state media concepts television. Podcast dives headfirst to the world of cord cutting wants to be on the lube of. What's hot and Netflix? Or if it's not a preference what about original shows in. Hulu we've got you covered. Join US AS WE TALK ABOUT MOVIES? Two streep and what show you should be. This is golden state media concepts television. Podcast.
Exposing a War Crime with Justin Watt
"On March. Twelve two thousand six during the height of the Iraq. War full members of the Janabi Family forty-five-year-old forty-five-year-old Qasim. He's thirty four year old wife Factoria and two daughters six year old at deal and fourteen year old. A B were murdered in their home in the Iraqi village. Village of USA fail south of Baghdad. Be had also been right and her remains set a lot. It was widely accepted. The attack had been carried out by local insurgents as such violence was common in the area that was referred to by occupying. Foreign Military is the triangle of death. The American soldier Private First Class Justin. What was stationed in Iraq? At the Thanh months off that Janabi family slaying. Ajayi sajjan confided that one of their fellow soldiers was responsible for the brutal crime. Justin pussies friendships Corre- and David. He's lot but risk but conducting talking. He's uncovered investigation into the matter. He discovered several of the soldiers were involved to varying degrees and made the difficult decision to expose posed them for the American soldiers. Sergeant Paul Cortez Specialist James Baca Private First Class Jesse spillman private first this class Brian Howard and Private First Class Steven Green with band to of planned carried out and covered up the ripened murder of be as well as the massacre of her family. Ole Five individuals faced charges by their involvement and received varying convictions. Green had been discharged from the US army mental instability prior to the crime's coming to lot and was consequently trod in civilian court while the other four perpetrators is faced the US army general courts Martial Green. Who was responsible for carrying out? The Med is sentenced to life imprisonment with no possibility. PF parole he took his life shortly after the remaining perpetrators was sent to military prison to serve a varying sentences. You just what's actions led to mixed opinions from the American public some viewed as a hero while others accused him of being a traitor data and sent him death threats. His decision also impacted the Iraqi paypal creating hostilities. Between the locals insurgents and touring military three Justin has since been medically discharged from the army and has spoken with US candidly about military experience including the Janabi family family murders adding additional context to our episode on the crime. Justin started by telling us how he came to join the military before nine. Eleven by buddy names all and we're GONNA do the steel challenge together. They had a program in the navy. That dead allowed you to join with a friend. She going at the same time in guaranteed you a selection slot to go to buds went through got qualified for that. What I was seventeen at the time and I showed up to maps like the process for joining the military? Here in America's like you'll go through talk to a recruiter you'll do. There's some preliminary testing then you have to go up to maps for you know. Some physical batteries stuff apt to batteries. Stuff like that on the day that I was supposed go to maps. And that's where you sign your contract. My buddy bailed on me completely so I went up there on my own and as it turns out the job it was like a crypto does slash networking like computer type position. That wasn't available anymore and so I was like okay. I'm not going to do this because I was seventeen. you can't join into your eighteen hours in what was called the delayed entry program so you get all your stuff done when you're seventeen and then basically as soon as you're eighteen you ship out. I basically dumpstered the idea. Nine nine eleven happened and like in a serious relationship. You know I had a pretty decent job I was a blackjack dealer. Casino pit boss. The relationship ended and I remember just being in a position where I was just Kinda like okay. Like what am I gonNa do now because like all of my plans kind of like based around future with that person listen and you know. I had no idea what I was going to be doing. And I was like cleaning out my room and I found my body and my original ship date was supposed to be on September eleven and at that point I was just like while somebody else's probably like in my place. I just watched band of brothers. Zoom may be sound like the biggest cliche ever. But you literally after watching that I was like you know I want the hundred and first airborne infantry and if you're not going to give him I'm not going and at at that time the Iraq war kicked off this is like two thousand four. I want to say so it. It just really kicked off in Iraq. Ans- dance they couldn't find people join just as Iraq was a lot bloodier then Afghanistan. And so I got like a twenty thousand dollar bonus for joining the infantry which is unheard of because it's a it's a low like agr- apartment job. Yeah twelve days later from that data I found that I D I was on a plane for Benning to get into training so went through that then Amelie after that the air assault school school has learned a robot of the jobbers which is a big part of the hundred and first does and then got on my unit you know and it was. It was a very different thing to go through all the training knowing that. You're going to war like everybody. They're sergeants that were teaching. Just got back. It was their first combat deployment. mm-hmm there's people that were in the logistical infrastructure of basic training. They were headed down to the hundred. I with me so I know there was a lot of camaraderie. I I think apprehension everyone. Everyone knew with certainty that they were going. Everyone knew that it was popping off over there. So yeah yeah I mean it was. It was a crazy time for sure when we sent in Iraq so the way it worked out is I got down to one hundred I I I. And that's where I linked up with my unit and you get assigned to accompany and everything and that's how I ended up in First Striker Bravo Company the unit that the book was based not got down there on the mmu pre-deployment spin ups. you go out and do more training. You know out in the field and like these stimulated urban combat villages at the National Training C. C. Out in Louisiana we see Anna and you do training pull unit and then as smaller elements. Then you go. I mean usually get stood down a couple of times just because they don't like people knowing exactly when you're going to be leaving with how many people you're going and everything like that just operational security stuff so I wanna say so. From the day that we're seagoing. There is like a couple of week variation we went and we stopped in Germany on the way there and then landed in Saudi Arabia. You did our last combat zero before getting down into into theater which is like make. Sure Weapons Still dialed in. And then yeah. We're down to Iraq doc. We landed in Baghdad. It just a different world. I mean you land there and the war machine is is pretty pretty sophisticated so like by the time we got down there. We'd only been in Iraq in that kicked off two thousand. Three's basically the end of two thousand and four early two thousand and five. They already had this. Main kind of super base built up in in Baghdad. was called striker at the time and there was like a Pizza Hut and green bean copy. It's just weird but then you're like walking around in this area. That feels kind of like you know a military base and then you'll be talking with your friend and then all of a sudden you hear like a a huge explosion. A few hundred meters outside the perimeter. Then you'll hear a bunch of machine gun fire and from a couple of different areas and then you it'll just go silent right and you're like somebody has died at their like. That's crazy I it was just a a weird transition.
Bassino gets first win in World Cup giant slalom; Shiffrin third
"An estimated nineteen thousand fans roared Italy's Markova Sinoe and Federica brignone eight one first and second Saturday's Giant Slalom Race for the twenty three year old basilio. It was her first time at the top of the podium when I crossed the finish line. You're on the crowd and I the the the Green Line and it was really really Amelie in my heart. US Olympic champion Schifrin. We'll have another chance to compete. Impede in Sunday's slalom race and eventually favored to
K-Pop band BTS apologizes for boy-band members' atomic-bomb shirts, swastika hat
"Over two weeks ago on October twenty ninth a seemingly routine lion air flight took off from Jakarta, Indonesia, thirteen minutes later, the Boeing seven three seven crashed into the ocean. There were no survivors. Now experts say Boeing withheld information from the pilots that may have contributed to the crash. Dennis Taylor is a seven three seven pilot. And spokesman for the pilot's union. At American Airlines, I asked him to explain what may have happened in the lion air cockpit. If I take what Boeing has described to us. They've linked the lion air crash to in aronie a away gauge alays the angle of attack gauge instrument that's on all aircraft. And that is the truest measure of what the wing is doing when this gauge fails, it triggers, an incredible amount of alerts and things that get pilots attention. But for the wrong reason, so confusion probably reigned really high in the carpet. You know, there's a human component, you know, just Amelie. Okay. Here's what we have. There's moments of processing what's going on while that's happening as described by bowling, and the FAA the aircraft is starting to take control of itself when that data stream that gauge is in sending proper signals that could trigger a nother automated system that we were not aware of that automatically induces the nose down direction without pilot input in a way that is completely counter to the actual condition of the aircraft in
"amelie" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"Sweet talk your way out of it, or you can make up excuses and they'll buy them. You've gotta give somebody permission to keep you accountable noth-. You don't have a coach who you work with by coach Amelie a business coach or a mentor. Someone of that nature, then you need to find maybe a friend or a fellow entrepreneur like, listen, if you've got friends who are entrepreneurs, even if they're not in same business. This is such an awesome trade to call your friend and say, okay, listen, I've got this big project and a need to get it done and keep procrastinating, and so I need someone who's going to kick my butt. Do you have anything that's like that for you? Because I am telling you I will swap buck kicking if it helps you to get your project done and keep you accountable because I've got to bust through this procrastination on this project, he's big and just make that trade with somebody, but pick someone who is like they've got skin in the game. They're going to hold you accountable. They're not gonna let you off the hook. Number eight setup, incremental rewards too. Often, we just plow through our projects and we finished them without ever taking the time to. To experience the reward a finishing it like, you know, good. It feels when you check a box on your to do list, I did that like I put brush my teeth on my listen. I did that like I will put things on my list just because if he was really good, Demark them off and I know you do that too, but the reason why we do that is because it keeps momentum. It keeps energy. You can't see my hands right now, but I'm like doing the circular motion. I'm bobbing my head because it's like, what's the phrase? I'm gonna blow it, but an object in motion stays in motion. I know he just blew that, but it's true like a creates a snowball effect this momentum. So like once you start checking things off your list, that feels good. And the same is true of your big projects. The problem is we don't allow ourselves to celebrate milestones like we're a quarter of the way through or well, at least I've finished this part of the project. We don't give ourselves permission to celebrate it until the whole thing's done, which means you don't get that reward and your human being. It's like Pavlov's dog. We know that humans and dogs both respond to rewards. That's how we build habits. We build momentum, excitement, motivation. So rather than giving or not giving yourself permission to celebrate until the whole thing's done. I want you to celebrate all the individual little milestone. So again, to return to the subject of me writing this book is it's the biggest project. Most recently I had finish every time I finished a new chapter, we would celebrate. So I would promise myself that I wouldn't work on it anymore. That weekend or that day depending on when I finished the chapter and that we would celebrate so Brittany, we would either go to dinner or he would make a special dinner here at the house, and I would have glass of wine and just we would literally celebrate it and I didn't use to do that used to just beat myself up until the whole thing was done. And usually by the time, the whole big projects done, I didn't celebrate it because I knew there was another big project that was waiting in the wings. Things. So I didn't have the ability to celebrate it or feel good about it because I felt so much pressure to do the next thing. I don't live my life that way anymore. It's a slower pace..
India hits back at US, hikes import duty on 29 products
"Gration a priority of its presidency of the eu which begins in july here's catcher in country after country across the european union we've seen the rise in popularity of tough on migration politicians and parties take italy for example the new government has has absolutely no more mass immigration the migrant issue has the potential to rip the european union apart as each government simply looks after itself there's growing agreement over the idea of processing centres outside the european union trying at least to keep economic migrants out and only allowing in those migrants who have a legal right to stay the us house of representatives vote today on a series of reforms to the immigration system the bills would cut legal migration and address wider issues around family separation so votes come after president trump ended the most controversial part of the administration's immigration policy children will now be allowed to stay with their parents but whole families will be detained if they've entered the country illegally tony martinez the mayor of brownsville in texas says no one knows how long it'll take to reunite children already separated from their parents it's gonna be a herculean task if you will because it's going to require a lot of transparency in finding out exactly know where these children were separated from the families and where those parents are president trump has said that north korea had already returned the remains of two hundred us troops missing from the korean war there is no confirmation this has happened mr trump told supporters on wednesday evening at a rally in the state of minnesota that the remains have been sent back that day the north korean leader kim jong un pledged to return some american soldiers remains after meeting donald trump in singapore india has become the latest country to increase import duties on some american agricultural goods in retaliation against us tariffs on steel and aluminium around thirty products are affected duties have also been raised on some grades of iron and steel products from delhi davina gupta has the details and they didn't government has decided to raise the import tariff saw on major agricultural produce at almonds walnuts apples even american trip in some cases the tariff has gone up as high as ninety percent and it begins from twenty percent which will have a big bill to the us pharma's amelie because most of these products are imported from the us india is a big market for these farmers news from the bbc former employees of one of the world's biggest foreign aid agencies the medical charity met samsung on frontier have told the bbc that some of its staff used local prostitutes while working in africa the female whistle blower said the behavior among logistical staff was widespread the allegations were not made against doctors or nurses the charity says it does not tolerate abuse harris mental exploitation but needs more information to investigate the claims east african heads of state to meet on thursday in ethiopia to try to get peace talks for south sudan back contract more than four years after civil war broke out it comes a day onto the two men at the heart of the war president salva care and the rebel leader react mischa net for the first time in two years if he appears prime minister abby arcnord broker that session in addis ababa the prime minister of new zealand just cinder our dern has had a baby girl she was admitted to hospital in auckland early on thursday her deputy winston peters is now acting prime minister will run the country for the next six weeks while miss done takes maternity leave she's the first world leader to do so correspondent howard griffith says ms ogden and her partner clark david twentyfirstcentury couple everything about it is very modern even the way it was announced was actually announced two new zealand and the world on social media with a post on instagram photo of very proud looking mother died and young little baby with the message welcome to our village three more matches to be played in the football world cup in russia today denmark take on australia in samara in the south west of the country before franz play peru catcher in the evening game features argentina and croatia the argentine captain leeann are messy will be hoping to put behind him the missed penalty in the team's opening match that's the latest bbc news news you're listening to the inquiry on the bbc world service with me helen grady each week we bring you four expert.
"amelie" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Hey if we're going out we're going out what i'm saying it was just her on a party bus yeah there were some people and the designer was with her as well i think so but yeah i mean because her the train of address was so extravagant couldn't fit on a normal normal vehicle if i were one of those like i would i would have additional people that were part of my my part of my outfit why that's the only christmas sweaters that have like the attach at the arms and everyone's like a different one i would have like a whole group of people with me and we're all wearing one giant outfit to the met gala amelie because my head do you remember the nineteen eighties version of a christmas story there was a movie like made for tv movie and it still comes on but as the nineteen eighties early eighties version and and the christmas story and the one of the present we're like the abundance and the and the like when the the ghost is showing him like a excessive consumption gluttony and things like that like that go or that angel or ghost or whatever is wearing this velvet rope and these larger than life he's like he's like a viking he's like orange haired and whatever and he's wearing this green velvet robe do you remember this at all yes and then there's this moment like to reveal to him the other side of gluttony and selfishness he opens his robe and there's little like elf like like little orphan children starving that are like under his robe remember that i have not seen nine hundred eighty two and that.
"amelie" Discussed on Around the NFL
"That made me watch the show i watch the parts for him because the dynamic even in that little clip was amazing he sorta obviously did not care about her friends or what was going on cpap sit and he amelie as bigger right back this is a man wearing the pants in the relationship it's clear that that had been a conversation that said many times before and he doesn't care about airing dirty laundry i check out the tweet and we'll send it off from around the nfl or one of arkan's he's leaning back he's in like a sweat suit he's either just belched or farda fine restaurant where everyone is dressed up christian cavalier fashion is thing they're all wearing ten thousand dollar outfits and earrings jewelry and this guy just feels like you rolled off airplane where you had like a redeye flight it's awesome i so approve all right what's the name of that show mark we're going to be watching i think it's like keeping up with i will research hold on the adventures of j and keeping up with the name of jewelry store wow we will start with what is the name of it is it is uncommon james very cavalieri i have stepped foot in it you want the paramour out of ad they had multiple meetings calls to come up with very cavalieri a multi week process to get to that the paramour west you said i m klein you went on like a scavenger hunt to find jay cutler's wives home improvement store we went to nashville if i didn't know anybody the entire purpose of going to nashville to go to like cavaliers jewelry shop she's all over this show she's basically told west we were going to be watching this in our shared locations in west said no the paramour dragging west jewelry shops connect the dots.
"amelie" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Like i understand i agree with her the person will saying that he was like you know that but but basically this is the choice we made like i knew it was going to give people that feeling but that's what i want to i want the video to to pass on the filling that we have here and i'm like yeah that's the point of our in some people aren't going to like it but i appreciate the fact that he was like if you don't like it that's fine he didn't go what about this is pc coacher why trying to travel on my freedom of speech i have the right to do that he was basically like those people have a point to you know not for them you know as most people you know a lot of people when they get to criticize are like book these people actually liked response doesn't mean people going to like the video or like him or any of that shit but i thought it was a great response heavyweight says this point denied donald glover's genius nine black excellence one of the things i've loved about atlanta from jump is the way they broke through your subjects and then move on in that second episode of these mentally ill man is dancing and drinking out of toilet everybody's laughing the cops greeting him like friends he spits little toilet one on the white cop and the cop amelie pauses steak and stars beating the man every black man that room look traumatize and then they moved on and that's an aspect of everyday black life that we don't often see explored on tv or movies this qualification of black artists really bothers me because there's no one way to be black you pointed out many hypocrisies of the critiques and i'm staying art won't be consumed the same but it feels like another hurdle we had to jump that no one else does.
"amelie" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"And as easily a hand pagodas easily and yet you have cases on the opposite side of the world that are reporting the same top of outfits with this same tubes that are connected to the back of the helmet something i don't know is it possible that it was just popular at the time because of movies that people would think all will you need an oxygen oxygen trooper something but i think while this cases could be that could be influenced by popular culture there are lots of cases at a completely independent that seem to match up in economic you that it sounds like a 1970s sifi filmed you know depiction um of a spice man yeah but i mean the the you are witnesses are as you know down to earth as he can get yes than they not really than a care about the stuff i just wanna run their farm and look after the family so polling she russia's upstairs and grabs the kids cause she's worried about them and i will digital just conceding the living room watching this thing uh the dog that's usually in a really boistrous pham god dog is wimpering in the call wanna yes for illegal they noticed that this strange entity before them is surrounded by con of luminous glow and in a brief moment the figure takes a few steps backwards and the father billy he leaps into action he grabs the telephone amelie called the police tell them to come down as quickly as possible and he also kohl's his neighbor after this on the next door pham and says you've got to come down and say this now the neighbors the first gato arrive takes him about fifteen twenty minutes and by this time the creatures gone it's just walked away from the window the two police arrive shortly after this and it was strange because they didn't want to search the property and poland said lei will wheatley nervous it's not like they were incredulous of the story it's not like they thought r k won't in a how much of your bayne drinking to my eyes they were scared.
"amelie" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast
"Elegantly aren't they over there are they rebranding again one now while they regretted avail i thought they were rebranding again i saw some coin that's really again it's the oclass whatever we want to nano's last one i saw me nieto cash of that are going to started last one ever forking all these coins and i'm just going to put cash out of them and you ought who knows sounds pretty or its trading at a web of action to can't i can't wait for those boy again we've the bitcoin cash cash asked me to isis okay last ones everyone's favorite coin ripple currently at eighty seven cents will be over a dollar 25 now bu i don't think so you though a group of us i i have some amelie the charres days are numbered her ripple has its day or uber they'll you've been a ripple haider for years half before you knew about it you hate saturday aw yumgan under as well actually these charts are forcibly uh i'm stealing this from somebody on twitter but it's currently completing the burr's khalifa but tragic drop from the high almost straight down with a little bit of steps in between uh the already ongoing bearish and i love rebel 'aina know how yo sooner law was a socie nbc was doing a little like you know you could shoot them shoot brian kelly questions over twitter i somebody them uh what is it like how do you teach us how to buy the ripple top.
"amelie" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast
"The milan deemed dana dent dan denonated actor welcome back to jenna julianne podcast by owner dan and they do not miss the movement named in amendment danny the in the tag indian welcome back heroin in a genuine targets like a new original theme song never more by law i saw its dig gang this episode is brought to you yes also yes icy it's not about he ran out this episode is brought to you by the end these guys amelie's has the death knell has come to rule sexual underwear you could get downtime day is fast approaching y'all not a better gift to be gotten than me undies all right check the me undies matching pairs collection for you and your loved one valentine by going to me these are conflict of julian get 20 percent off your first time purchase of matching pairs plus free shipping and one hundred percent satisfaction guarantee what he is waiting for the best valentines gift is already available could immunities arqam's also any sponsors week the wonderful direct tv now a great way to watch live tv over the internet you can watch on your phone or you can watch on a device like roku or apple tv to stream to your tv it is incredibly portable i like to watch it all over the house you get a whole bunch of channels okay at a very affordable price thirty five dollars gets you over sixty live tv channels and it's monthtomonth k you're not locked dead it's great check it out we're going to direct tv now dot com or click the link in our description more on that leading think sponsors well man i was up all night working on a new theme song scoring it and.
"amelie" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE
"My best marketing strategy hosting live at webinars if you're looking for a better way to reach our audience than hosting webinars is a powerful way to make it happen you can't honestly expect people to just stumble upon your website and then amelie make a purchase right i found webinars to be one of the most effective ways to connect with your audience at potential customers and provide a ton of value in the process webinars are kind of like podcast except their visual and interactive so you can have a to a conversation with your audience plus you'll have to pay someone else to create a weapon are for you you can create your own and they're inexpensive to run start hosting your webinars today with go to webinar go to webinar is the most trusted weather in our platform and they can prove it because they felt businesses like yours host over two point three million webinars go to webinar has the reliability and features you need to deliver webinars your audience will love for more information visit go to webinar dot com slash fire that's go to webinar dot com slash fire there are a lot of people tasks that come along with the running your own business like payroll in benefits lake you i don't have the time to become an expert in things like taxes in regulations good thing there's gusto a company that makes payroll benefits an hr easy for modern small businesses got so not only cg time but there are reliable and they have great service in fact four out of five customers actually reduce payroll errors after switching to gusto and seventy two percent of customer spent less than five minutes to run payroll imagine having that peace of mind when it comes to delivering for your employees you no longer have to be a big company to get great technology great benefits in great service for your team right now gusto is offering fire nation and exclusive a limited time deal sign up today and you'll get three months free once you run your first payroll visit gusto dot com slash fire to sign up today that's a gusto dot.
"amelie" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"I guess i'm really like into space right now because i've this amelie popped out to me in bisciste jenner even has plotted to take her car dashing empire into outer space to visit our planet radar has learned she's fascinated by space travel and is exploring the possibility of paying for her and selective family members elected to purchase a ticket aboard a shuttle the spy told radar with cameras sure to be an toll first of all notice how reiter online cul sources spies amazing and also that lic chris generous only taking selected family members to space not all of them only selected members which ones i mean with a new grandchildren who than when angela thank i think cam is like number one obviously for just comedy purposes kim's i gotta go space what do you mean tim would never go to space why not no she wouldn't go she so scared she's like she's like a space night and i feel like it'd be like i it'll it'll be i considered going to space but it's like i can't do that to my body i i spoke to my nutritionist about the effects of zero gravity on my body and i'm just afraid of of the right away it would be like a full episode lead to kim deciding not to go to space according to ago court he would absolutely go with her like hot young boyfriend what's his name yunus he's on invited innis he's not vita ilga she's like i'm only nine inmates ainum also related there was a great oh tmz reported that uh sofia richie is not going to be on keeping up with a crashing gazier rendering she's not great it so i love this headline that you found i wanna read it verbatim because it's so good um.
"amelie" Discussed on So That Happened
"Amelie throwing them out and there's also this rhetorical uh point that clyburn made bradley here it's it's the exact point of this of this piece i wrote pretty much it kind of encapsulates all these problems all right let's listen to the class other man the another industry will have faced similar accusations and the way resign stepped down far faster than he is right right harvey weinstein charlie rose our the bis hulu so it's different because elected okay so that was that was clyburn on he later though did say that he thought karn your should step down which i think kind of also shows that uh there is a push on these other elected officials to condemn their colleagues which is something then you know maybe it is is somewhat new to the current moment that were in so raven that's that's notable out i think they ah you know a lot of people have come out pretty quickly against their colleagues however their colleagues have not actually step down so it's kind of an interesting thing pelosi got a lot of flack for uh to some extent defending or praising conyers yeah and and hedge lagging away for gray initially also didn't believe the women she said oh like they're anonymous i don't know who they are but then she later backtracked and said i've spoken to one of the accusers one of the named accusers melanie sloan who is a man attorney who used to work for conyers on the house judiciary committee suppose he said.
"amelie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Your task oriented you're going toward something that you don't quite know what it is rather than trying to explain how you're feeling or what how you're thinking you're having experiences in your reacting to it so in that respect i've always been and hope i will always be something of an adventure and adventure that you you know of film is about cac capturing you know something and particularly in and and to do that you have to stir it up a little bit you got to have an experience that makes you have a shift in your understanding and and you know it's like when you travel someplace you can either be a tourist endure of the things that people tell you to do and you can check the boxes and you can experience it and yet can kick the card and you can feel better for it it's not like it's without but but there too rarely travel you know there's this tourists and this pilgrims and and you go there and it you know you're transformed i wanna be transformed not because i dislike myself but i think you transformed anyway and you are the participated in the neck in an active way in a beautiful thing about being actor you can do it in a structured way that you feel safe because it's it's an exercise it's a you're making a works it's not your life it's a part of your life so then you given permission to do things that you'd never do in life yeah it's interesting to you keep coming back to i'm not surprised that it's it's about the people to it's always been about the weather was the it when he came to new york and the people you tractor to hear and filmmakers now it's it's about who you want to hang with and he asked amelie in don't don't don't get me wrong i'm not like the most social guy you know i don't have lots of friends i travel too much to have lots of friends i i go from moving a movie you know you make families and then you leave them you really do here.
"amelie" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"This year you might be like shoes day yeah so now she's she's legal age so she's unpredictable she loves adventure after the trial vivian and vincent drill looked arena on got married and they came back to the san francisco and police amelie arrested vincent and forced him to serve a night in jail for contempt too it's like it's wedding night and they're like vitamin content it southern that happened in the past okay by punched a guy probably punched by settled out of court so vincent bly i ought to settle out of court would that guy this was begging him not to do but they did did it anyway and in the fbi files on the couple jaeger hoover described vivian and vincent's marriage as quote eight case of one warped personality marrying another okay well jj resolve is a good voice we should do him he ah i i know very little under it seems a distant strange stuff there apparently vincent didn't get much work after the egin case because obviously defended the fucking monster right but he owns of apartment buildings and then th inserted fixing them up and then she went on to buy more buildings and they became one of census because biggest landlords but unlike other propertyowners vivienne was happy to rent to african americans okay the veins rental income made the couple one of the wealthiest in san francisco and vivian ended up being the real breadwinner making them multimillions rights and loaded okay.
"amelie" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"Um but wherever there from the world now on the bit of a traveller have to travel round the us i love travel around the world wherever there from a probably have a kind of a fund burning question about it and what i like about that is it immediately puts the spotlight on that in amelie puts the spotlight on things they know that i don't know i couldn't be more interested than beating somebody from alabama which is the one st of never been to because it's the ones that have never been to i'd be fascinated to meet somebody from turkmenistan because turkmenistan is crazy country that's kind of like isolated almost like north korea i've had drivers in both of these places in the last few weeks which is why the top mine i'd also be equally fascinated by somebody who growth in my hometown for three very different reasons always start with where you're from and it also be fascinated in meet somebody from san francisco because that is so damage rare just starting with where are you from you know where i often start with a how long you've been driving with uber left it's a very very easy way entree and then all had you conduit and there's always a very interesting life story it's the flexibility that's really drawn them or something terrible happen or something great happened or whatever it is that's the entree how long you've been driving and where are you from and that's just going to lead you down said these are really simple questions that so the hallmark is more pursue the conversation without letting it die out until you get to something interesting open up with that and it's a thicket it's going to lead all kinds of interesting topics yet good or bad good about an homework has to do it for the next ten drivers in in the hopes that it becomes yeah do it for 10 drivers and see if it's something that you love.
"amelie" Discussed on Critical Role
"To terror is like amelie reconsidering his decision here i do you were saying we want to move as they are i am all right uh than it's your turn vex you're up to berry's europe cinema both x highlights three gets tucked beds lined up to eighty eight our eyes the treaty rules forward both of them try move out of the way they both could there the dick save that uh so uh go her manages to flood of the way just in time however the um uh the other the big figure hair doesn't quite have the dexterity to shift at of the uen takes the full impact um okay uh he suffers uh 14 points obliging damages there's through his is not prompt us that that's uh trinkets you get them i mean i get action so i'm going to attack him on they take the broker uh support for how that works for you and your baird said that that's his his attack this term i mean job go seeming as his attackers at his moved let us his um his perfuse districts through us to protect regional i've yet to attack i gets you have trinket attack and then i get to attacked once right yet wait attack action plus trinket attack says why attacking me and to a tax turn march to tax over an attack yourself welcome an esa you one weapon touch okay i think should a race that ride 7 it as tokyo's by since it didn't hit in he gets it to the on trinket does hit trinket does take uh set of which is lashing damage from the broker as he it it's an as he goes by no he's phase that i don't have killed twenty one minutes so okay matters you near dover and that would be 26 three six against the broker all right before.
"amelie" Discussed on Critical Role
"My herd goes up and gone deployed as you guys crossed the way it's about a block up um one of them is partially inside alley between two the buildings so you can see has won him up on the wall the other down one of them is relieving himself on the side of the building while the other is can to watch arms crossed coconut across the road blunts amelie prison are before you can see is a human kind of a scruffy brown beard around the edge of the chin the haret self his cut very short and a little heavier and appearance bleed muscle little layer of of winter padding by the black leather armor definitely gives you the appearance of of somebody who was a bastion of their even queen as you approach the hooded healthy dorf walking which giant acts and the dublin dragging born the the human cleric with a very angry disposition and be awkward half elves druid stepping in pace within because y'all cursory look amelie puts a hand side reconsider rapier currently xiv i you walk with barbara's new oxford the guild claire sake it is it is a businessheavy in the seita tone than which is supposed to be all pass the walls killing creatures in such a business takes us for our business takes us business brings us here today or the muster business he might be having some trouble i while might be what's causing new trouble and what's going to get us added her might be the same thing gentleman the left of him finishes shaking off the rest of his uh.
"amelie" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"I appreciate you a you are absolutely right now hall they don't ever called me and tell me to hold on that's gonna be the quickest way to get me to hang up the ball and all i hear you talk in a somebody else is replace mommy that you call me methodist for you because i'm on the phone in the in the but i think that's another yes go ahead says rabbit out of there is another of of getting rome we hope that we were really scared to follow up last week's episode because we really enjoy last week's episode was live but we're here to try to give you some just some different conversation every single week make sure you're writing into getting grown gmailcom excuse me getting grown podcast gmailcom s make sure your continuing send tweets and facebook messages rating us five stars on i tones soundcloud we really really appreciate all that you all do on a weekly basis is super encouraging indeed and we've received like many of you have sentence suggestions for kitchen table talk which are awesome it just takes a little while for us the kind of you know get those together um you know it does take a little doer for us the kind of figure out what we're going to talk about an so into kinda get through emails and organize them we are not like uh i i will make it my business to make sure that we tap on amelie's you know discussed the topics is some.