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"arya" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:56 min | 2 weeks ago

"arya" Discussed on WBUR

"Divya Arya reporting. It's striking Baja dot listening to that. I suppose it makes you realize that it will be sometime won't it may be years before we realize The impact that the pandemic has had on Children's education. Absolutely Julian. There is, of course, the lens of privilege. When you hear such stories, I have two young Children and I'm reminded daily that of course, it's a privilege for them to be doing online classes. I think what strikes me about that story is not just you know the fact that look, kids can't go to school or those who don't have access to the Internet. But also schools used to be the source of food, midday meals. That's gone. There's also the issue of hunger, so I think it's not just about school and education, but mental health and food and for a lot of work Children across my country. Um it as I said, it is related to the well being and mark. That's true The world over, isn't it that this pandemic, The more we learn about it, it has inevitably hit the poorest. Hardest. Absolutely, And it's not obviously just in areas like education and access to food, but also in things like vaccines, where you see this terrible inequity in the distribution of vaccines with a glut of vaccines in some rich countries. And then an utter lack of them and others. And we know from recent history that an unvaccinated population is susceptible to continuing waves of infection, and that's really the only exit that we have now from this entire pandemic. It's just gone. 25 minutes past the hour. Let's catch up with the world of sport, which I tried to do a little prematurely a few moments ago, but I know Andy Barr will. As we should have told me, Julian older than here. I would have given you a nudge if I could have reached anyway. Indeed. Now tell us tell us all about Novak Djokovic and what's been happening in the U. S Open. Well. Djokovic has made it through to the men's singles final at Flushing Meadows. He got there a winner in five sets over the new Olympic champion. Alex Save Earth goes down the line with force and yet Shaka bitch makes it through to the final. And then yeah, but never. Djokovic will take on the second seed in the competitions of the seating has worked out at the US Open. In the men's competition, Daniel Medvedev will be his opponent. Now. If Djokovic the world number one wins, that it will hold all four Grand Slam titles this year, a calendar grand slam that's called the last one to do that was Rod Laver back in the late 19 sixties. And Djokovic as well. Julian would also make it 21 Grand Slam titles in all, and that means that it would pass Roger Federer and also reference adult so the pressure is really on a great deal of interest. In the women's singles final later today. Yes, there is just getting very exciting in the UK, isn't it? It's the first time at two unseeded players have met for any Grand Slam title. Both teenagers and they swear in singles title have made it through to the championships. Uh, the Canadian Layla Fernandez and the British player Emma Kanu, now radical in nine matches already to get to this stage, she's coming through qualifying as well. Now the last British winner of the women's singles at the US Open Was also back in the 19 sixties. 1968 Virginia wait that long ago now to the English Premier League back in action today, obviously after the international break And a familiar name is back as well. Old Trafford shirt sales must have rocketed. I'm guessing in the last couple of weeks. Yes, I think they've ordered lots of number seven's and the letters to put Ronaldo on the back of those shirts. There really is a lot of excitement not only in Manchester United, but throughout the English Premier League in general to have Cristiano Ronaldo back manager or an assault shot as promised that the 36 year old Portuguese star first signed for the old traffic club 18 years ago. Renaldo will play at some point today's match at home to Newcastle United set out at Old Trafford. And it seems, according to soldier that renowned has already had a major impact at the club. We're all here to win. It's not about whoever egos scoring goals meanie me. No, I've seen a group that's Note that we have to do this together. I've seen Christiano coming in. He doesn't want any special treatment. He wants to be part of the team, but we know we still work in progress. But Christiana comment, of course, that gives us another edge with some fascinating other Premier League games today, Julie and I'm sure very interested in uh, that spurs of the only team with a perfect record. I was aware of that there were Crystal Palace Manchester City's champions, Go to Leicester. And a team between two of the pointless sites in the division, Arsenal and Norwich City. Asked about making art to insist that he is pursuing a medium and long term project at.

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"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

06:01 min | Last month

"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"This week's bird's eye view include a short conversation. I had with fellow fan. He lives in belgium. His name is unique. We struck up a conversation by way of email and he mentioned something in his email. That got me thinking. And i thought you know what maybe i'll include a little bit of this conversation for a bird's eye view so here's my conversation with unique. I wasn't expecting get answers so quickly. So i've also been listening to podcasts for years unique. I will tell you that and i'm do. Is that right. Unique i am. I saying that is good. Yeah when i got your email. I thought you know this is actually this. Got me thinking. And i wonder if there would be some benefit to hashing out a couple of these ideas voice to voice. So i originally read. Game of thrones for the first time after season two released. And i could not wait any more. Read the books I was about twenty at the time. I think i was just looking at the books with a very different mindsets Maybe a bit more classic masculinity. Let's say that the cool characters are john's snow syrian. You know syrian. Because he's smart and witty or a fighting baddest and maybe i mean i thought about this later on that i gave characters like gabin sansa even less of a chance because i felt like they're not coup on the surface there. Just why are they not giving rob a pov chat. Why wise it caitland then. Now that Eight years later I've also married in the time. And i've talked to my wife a lot. About game of thrones about these characters and she actually asked me how come you. How come these your favorite characters. Have you ever thought about her. Yeah and then. I was like i'll give it a chance. And ah i was also much more open to the world. Because i'd also in watching a lot of game of reading lotta theories and i really saw. How good especially the cape chaplains were and how interesting I understood how the world was working like how she manipulates the phrase or ouchi for instance that she knows how to talk to them to have a good wedding relationships so funny to have this mindset which that turn into my more favorite garriga. Well i had a question about this. And i'm glad you brought sort of the masculinity thing into it because that's where i wanted to go with it. No you said that you. I read these books when you're around twenty and it's almost a decade later right almost later. Yeah almost a decade later. And you're older. And you're wiser. And and i think so. Here's my question. And i and i'm interested in it because i've explored this in my own life as well and i wonder if there is some sort of thing about your relationship to your own masculinity that hindered you from liking these female characters early on and so now that you can look back and reflect on that yeah. I don't wanna say. Wanna say massage. Any but i just wanna ask like is. Is there something there. That's worth critiquing. I think that many. Let's say what role models and. I think that there's a lot of mutable models out there and i think me as a teenager it was never like oh there could also be female role model to look up to It's just a small mindset change like oh wouldn't it be interesting to have a woman as a role model than a man isn't it. Isn't it odd that it takes longer learn these lessons. It's so obvious. In retrospect right. Yeah yeah very special and it also took me to get married because i. it's also because of the person i married because she's Let's say she's more vocal in these things that i started to think about it more at least had to. I'm glad we're talking about this. Because i felt like i didn't like sonza at all And i think. In retrospect i can appreciate her in a different way but i felt like for me. She was just so horrible to two aria. Definitely that i didn't really of give credit to her her own sort of survival techniques. So you said that you didn't like sauna early on but now you're appreciating her differently now. I think i've seen a different kind of graveness. You know. I think are really. Has this brave news. Hey i'm going to go out. And i'm gonna stab you while johnson needs to learn how to survive in her own way so she's got so got. It made use of different tools. That she has i feel like and this is sort of a self critique here you know me saying that i love aria and then i i hated sandra early on i think for me. I think i might have used that as a shield to say. No i don't like. I don't dislike sandra be because of her gender because of course i love rem but then quit then. There's that additional thing of like. Well i do. I love aria because she presents with more masculine characteristics. Then signs it. I mean to me that made her more interesting. And then of course then. The question is a. Why do i find those characteristics. Just exactly yeah. That's right that's right. Anyway i thought. Hey here's someone that would be interested in talking that through with me so i appreciate that. Definitely my thanks to unique for that conversation. Just one final note. I wonder if we might be served by reconsidering what we would consider a mayo characteristic or female characteristic so a bit of self critique of the self critique here you never know what's gonna happen when you email me a book at baldwin dot com..

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"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

04:02 min | Last month

"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"About jamie and the hound and how you feel about them and this actually. This was caused a very lengthy conversation between. They're still very much in the. You're jamie and you're rooting for redemption. You're wasting your time rights. He's already convent's he's already convinced. That jamie is irredeemable. And she feels the hound as maybe a touch more sympathetic maybe because of circumstance but she sees them both as either in the sociopathic realm on that side of the fence to the degree that it's like any good they do She uses sort of like yeah. It's like they're doing good or they try to do good for the helpless so to speak Or at least what they're set a values or are very select. The very circumstantial and at least they have moments where they're trying to do that right. But in general they're pretty. They're both pretty selfish people right and so the idea that because 'cause he saves brienne from a bear somehow we're seeing a turn is she. She just thinks that's folly and i. I was a little more convinced. Obviously in these episodes but i was also appointed. I think a bigger point that i was trying to make and it goes to something that you had to say about. Okay sam. let's say yes so going back to what you said about sam. I think that there's an element all three of them we can. We can draw a parallel. You said sam is seems to be back to being more cowardly and yeah. He's real brave when he's not at the wall or at least he shows bravery he's brave when he can stab someone in the back with that and there but the thing is he did go and and take gilly much to his own risk right and the same thing when you look at jamie and sam returning kind of to the the confines to which they are maybe a little bit more accustomed. They fall back into their kind of standard roles right. I mean jamie's the thought being that. I guess if you just removed jamie from king's landing if there was a shot at redemption. That might be the way to do it. Well let me let me. Just say all joking aside sort of give sam his do. He fled with gili into like very perilous circumstance. He killed the big daddy. He defended the the woman he loves and he came back and he basically challenged thousands of years of religious conviction. You know all of the tradition of the night's watch he he reinterprets the oath. That's all very courageous. I feel like that character has should have turned. And i don't want to underplay the courage of that but your point is taken like. He's back he's back at this place where he can default to cowardice right right and so yes. I think that that's important for the hound and jamie to have that element and you've mentioned in one of our conversations about like well. Maybe you're trading rob for jamie in the narrative and and in this complicates right. Because it's like letting rob ain't yeah this. This isn't the guy that's gonna make everything better. And i think a story has been trying to make me feel more empathy and sympathy for jamie shirt right. You've seen him in a different light. I see his killing of the mad king. There there's an alternate story on that brian's entire entire arc was supposed to humanize both of those characters and all the sudden. He's raping sister. Like i i just yeah. Because he's he's the same guy that because at the core even if it was consensual he's totally down for insets yet though. So that's something to keep in. Mind that if it was a please and thank you moment. That's still.

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"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

08:17 min | Last month

"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Magical side of the story. And i asked him like. He didn't have had like did you or did you have him in houston bureau. How he worked he said well the answered it said you know i. I knew would be someone like him. I didn't really know one like him. That would exist. Who would be connected to the flight crew ravi on the wall so yeah it to me. It's it's a it was happening. The timing is managed because it's clear but they're leading to us. I think Viscera and the nears as An initial wedge into complex to what they want to do. But i think the whole point is to do something alirio. Honest my view. This is when i read. I consider hilario is he is. He may not be in the same position. As far as i could see him. Believing but varzi are tight and they know exactly what each other is planning effort. Boris's using aereo because of whatever's going on Magically or whatever But certainly we see this early on the first danny chapter. I believe for second in a game of foods what she thinks about the first one where alirio calms down tells. The hillary was waiting to exhale as a king and she says you know she could see his slice mild. He's heated respecters. He was just using serious. Rizzo purposes. I think all of that is to endorse. Continue to use that. Even as a story ended up shaping. Differently and boris louis ended up having would i think was a different role to still so trying to stabilize realm. But now it's my view is is is. Boris is putting into practice. The idea that you what matters is in the in the nature versus nurture. It's hundred percent. Nurture his you. You can make king. You can train someone to be a game at it. He trained and raised them from infancy. Say you are prince egan. Who's to say. They are actually taken right. All so It will changed. I wasn't almost anything is when he goes further is a i don't do was if it was a couldn't o'brien did you see The game of thrones show like post postgame affixing of kuhnen. I haven't seen and they had called lil as one of the people had all the cast and calm with. Phil shared something that george told him about. Boris oh i've seen this ultimately like he has good intentions or something like that. Yeah which is a very interesting. I mean i must have gold another fifty birds. That light has your headache with you. Know the this is. Obviously someone who i i guess endorses view. He is someone who is the ends justified. A means perhaps. I think there's all of i think a lot of people may have arguments about were morally. Boris can be actually fundamentally good. When you consider what the birds are and what's being done to to. Yeah and he wants a misprint. Like he keeps on. He says i want them especially young right. Exactly there's something like look. I needed to train these sort of the spy network from the time that they're tiny creatures which you know you think about his own childhood and how how young he was when he was used by the evil men of his his own society. I think the viruses someone something like sort of the ends justify the means when it comes to these things. He says what i what i can do. I will the one with the torch. Said softly i must have gold and another fifty birds so in other words alario is funding. Whatever whatever versus doing alarios funding and he's also providing him with children to the tune of fifty at a time. It's disgusting when you think about so All right yeah. That's gosh it's interesting to me that he's he's looking at the chessboard. And he's not really putting any pieces in place yet but the chessboard has to just right before he decides to enter the game. Yeah that's i certainly interested in about was things that many people assumed with Earlier by log you know if one hand can die wine on a second. Yes you have the death before a lobby will. Did agassi read this. Initially in forgiven roses. Oh they must be the ones behind the death. John attention from george leaving mystery. You've you different this to kind of primary. Mostly i guess technically sort of views you can have on it. Which is there's alirio. Neither cocky about it kind of But a hand has died and you dances dass before suggesting that var various had something to do or maybe he was the person behind the death of john. Aren right yeah and then. There's the endoscopy did it which is obviously the starts kind of focus on. It seems obvious that the latest they and why and they end up. The unending ends up discovering why it happened. He thinks then we are later. Told in osama swords a different narrative which is a very different eh. basically it makes it makes it all seem Borba tragic On accident but since it was poisoning but it was a somewhat. There's someone else who's actually moving chess visas around. Well so jon orn. I mean we have. At least three different motives. One is the search. C has a motive to keep her secret so that her son remains a legitimate. Braff you on the throne. You've got varis. Because if we know that john was against trying to assassinate danny and so then the question is. Is that that stan behind. It does various. Have a motive. Here to de stabilize and control robert and therefore he get get a kid jon-arne out of the way and then of course we we find out later. Is that that leisa aren. Wants her husband dead because she wants to be with her love little finger and little finger wants to sow chaos and so those two are behind. Yeah so i mean. I've i've kind of been working from the assumption. That leisa is beyond it. And that is why sort of martin drops little hint that they're called the tiers of lice. Sort of as a literary just a just a little literary breadcrumbs. Not not that not that the in world tiers of ice were named after leisa or vice versa. But that sometimes martin likes to drop these little bread crumbs. That don't mean anything at the time. But then you go back and you you like. Oh i see. He's got something in mind. Here was in a similar vein. Three goto Catalyst chapter do we see their eliza steers waterfall. So that could never interested. Adored is play. A you know it's absolutely Will arou- certain sounds and names. We using them if you've read. His overwork siddons units thousand. Worlds does a a toffee. Lot is jeffrey. Lyon was you can kind of see a joffrey and lancaster kinda thing going he does. We use certain meters a song for lila. Which has a role in a eliah which is already may rob. Czar leanna george Georgia's review things. So i mean the.

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"arya" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

05:44 min | 4 months ago

"arya" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"I was researching everything. Their websites would take ages to open but the jets were open a fast. I would talk to people on jet. Somebody had developed a website. Somebody said do some articles blog writing. Put some toll free number so that people in the western world can trust in indian companies. We have toll free numbers from our country's whatever they said. I started doing six to eight months. Hold somebody somewhere. Freelancers somewhere played done miller one of the first if not the first ever budget hotel company in the country to all the life early to nobody was doing it and then we put an email address to it. People started emailing my first interaction with eletronic male. I didn't even know they were human beings on the other side. The fifth of december around fifteen to seventeen december of that year the first international jewish walked in to our became. I went to the airport to pick them up. And i got them back. Check him into route three zero to. They paid me four hundred dollars for a twelve day. State our place. And i came and gave that money to my cashier and i remember asking myself like this. Bloody internet thing works and after that all looking back We had so much business coming in as early. Movers like really. My first book is called the accidental first more and so we after two years we bought a small twenty seven hundred twenty five room motel next door then. Another twenty twenty. Three zero motel so small boutique properties. But we've bought four in the next five years. So essentially my dad do forty years to build this first property and after we discovered the internet in the next five years we bid for so very much like to you being a part of the company enjoyed being there working with them. Yeah oh yes. Oh absolutely and that's why. I said everything changed after that gentleman ordered. Throw me out of the house was now having strategy discussions with me on what we should be doing next so that was stage one stage two was. I started understanding how websites rank and everything. I understood that. I have four hotels for foreign tourists. They're all looking at travelling to india. So i started talking about travel in my other websites. I got carried away booked hundreds of domains. Bill sixty seventy websites. All of them flopped. Four websites did very well. And one day i got a call from the in equivalent of expedia and they said we have the traffic on your site. Would you like to do affiliate model with us. I didn't want to sound like a full on the phone and tell them i have no idea. What an affiliate model means. I told them. I'm busy in a meeting and can send me an email on that email. They told me. Give me ten dollars for the conversion of every ticket. If i if i direct the traffic to their website that i still didn't understand what they meant but i did what they told me. Finally i got did that and After a few months we started doing hundred tickets day which was not a lot. But it's still mathausen dollars in nets graduate everything they in two thousand and five so riding high on the confidence on of these two successes You know i was looking around to do more stuff. That's when tripadvisor. Facebook google many of these companies are coming into india and the aim of these large companies was to get a hold of small businesses to adopt internet marketing. So this all my story and they asked me if some of them came to me and said would you like to evangelize and sort of speak as you can see in our lives. Ten minutes of conversation. I don't miss an opportunity to speak to talk. I love it. I said yes. Let's do it so they took me on stages around the world where i went and shared with people this very story of mine people like the story and said hey. Can you do it for us. Initially i was like no i. I do it for my own family. How can i do it for you. I'm not an agency. I don't even know how agency works with an eighteen year old. I was wanting to become a street. Car racer got into the hotel business. I don't know how to do this for anybody else. But after like one. Year of all of this. I thought his time to branch out on my own. So in two thousand nine august fifteen two thousand nine we breistoff and i started a company with a four-member team completely bootstrapped. We called it. The internet Moguls and today after eleven years be grew from four to two hundred twenty five people working one hundred clients in ten countries. Wow out so it's been a wild right and it's not so ups and down lots of things that didn't work behind the scenes but this is sort of the bright side of the story. That is amazing. No i love that and House the are you associated with the hotel business at all anymore absolutely absolutely. We still own and operate the hotels in india. And i worked with my dad on in that capacity but my major focus is has been running the agency but this whole story that only in the last ten minutes i have a ten second version of this as well Give that to us. Because i'm actually very curious. Yeah my name. Is father of two girls. Six dogs husband to a superwoman. A street guard racer done now. Social media marketer and founder of internet. So so whenever. I stole people. The long form story in the short-form story i about three years back. I felt sadly not so genuine. When i said that because i'm talking about my goes my wife and my dogs but they were not existed in my life. I'm traveling all over the world having lots of fun making lots of money. But i'm away from my family so i didn't like that at all and i wanted to. Jane died when my goes were going for school. Plays and everything without me. I did want to be the you know the distant father. My parents were always close to me. I never wanted to be a father like that. But i couldn't help myself because i had a large company to rotten i have my family was here in vancouver which i didn't know what to do and My biggest mentors guides friends. Everybody that nobody that you have to either get rid of internet mobile. I never said this on any other show. Everybody say they get rid of internet. Moguls are or your family at stake. And i said why can't entrepreneur habit. All i mean this is also. My kid is my fourth member of my family. I love it as much. I mean i'm sorry. But i do love. My company is much loved my family.

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"arya" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"arya" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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"arya" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"arya" Discussed on AM Joy

"I need a whole book about your fins, because they're amazing, thank you so much, Nick Akron. Thank you. Thank you all next week. And now for my guest to tell me. Mac with me when Tiffany cross where do I begin? Tiffany cross. All right. All right. So you talked about it a little bit. But all my God. Eva, do very may for particularly just one this week with her beautiful work of art. I mean, first of all, she's just a compassionate, human being, and she brought all that compassion to when they see us, which is streaming on Netflix. And I you know, we talk about the central park five, but you just think of all the other nameless, faceless boys who did not have this outcome, who were not free, and you have to know one these happen, we send to be people who look like us who talk about it. And you think of the fifty three percent of white women who voted for this president who call for children to be executed. You think of Khalif Browder, who didn't have such a happy ending and you wonder, where's the compassion for everybody? This is an American story in American tragedy. And Eva this wonderful job as she always, does this from her film, the thirteenth she won the week. Bravo, eva. And thank you for bringing all your passion, and creativity. Duty to this tragic story. Drake while you watch it because it is really tough to watch. It's really brilliant. Brilliant billing, beautifully cast beautifully done. All right. Jennifer rubin. That's a tough one to top the week, I have another film that this is actually video put together by Republicans for the rule of law, never-trumper group, and protect tomography, which is a nonpartisan group that's been suing Donald Trump says he got into office and this is an explanation of what is in the Muller born, this should be the gold standard for the house, they need to explain. What is in the report not fight over who's going to testify about the report? I think they can fill those seats in the witness table with prosecutors who have said that this is a crime. They need to explain it to the American people, and I do agree with Jill wine banks, that when say do that public opinion will shift the the rule. I recommend everybody wanted. It's only a five minute video, it is a sink explanation of what is in that report by prosecutors were all Republicans. Why Republicans that doesn't aim? Doing a better job of being sinked in explaining what the impeachment would be would look like I don't understand it. Then the democratic leadership those could all be witnesses as Jennifer said, call them. All right. Let's go to Charles because you are bringing closer. This is a big big. This is difficult. Now, I think I mean this just happened, but I think carrying Jean-Pierre won the week for her very quick instinctive action last night in protecting camera Harris. She literally told the God, let me try to not. She's Arya stark meets a Koi Kanda forever, because that's just the head of the Pretoria guard. Right. Ex- calmly if she becomes the president hire her because she read, and she was instinctive doing it and fear less, and I think she won the week. The instinct protected, you guys, it was about sisterhood says her instinct was, so smart crazy jump here is amazing. KT awesome Haitian to come through. Okay. Listen. I very hard time topping any of those because all of those did when the week as well, but I have to make my who won the week these tour and I had to shout out the spelling bee winners. This is incredible. The national spelling bee ran out of difficult words and the had to basically award, all of these children, the, the award, a reader names, real quick, and I'm going to try to read their names. And what they spelled Rashiq, Gunda Rossy, who's thirteen San Jose, California Oslo was his word Aaron Howard, fourteen of Huntsville, Alabama. Syphilis Sakano soon. Dr thirteen of Clarksville Maryland Bougainville through Patty, thirteen of cherry hill, New Jersey. I believe it is so whom sue, Kat took a arm thirteen of Dallas. Pendle. B J. Dali twelve of flower mound, Texas, Paloma, Christopher Ciro thirteen of Whitehouse station, New Jersey. Sern you ass- and Roman Raja thirteen of Irving, Texas, Dilip, all of those words, they stumped the questioners they won the week. Thank you. All mid win. Charles Jennifer Rubin and Tiffany cross. I could pronounce those three names perfectly AM acted there.

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"arya" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"arya" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"She also learns a third style of sword fighting from Brienne of tar, who again in this world of game of thrones. These are all like top swords, people that you could learn from, and the idea that she not only is learning swords sore play one way. And in many of these Doges, they sort of teach you that one way to do it. She's learning it from three very, very different fighting perspectives. And it had to do that, from there on she goes on to learn about the world of assassins, and the world of the. Faceless in the house of black and white, and in Bravo's, so aria stark has now learned how to sort flight three different ways. And she sticks with the sword needle as kind of a joke about the fact that she doesn't want so things. This is the only needle I'm going to need so she has a thin medium to short range sword with a very very pointy end on the end of it. And she'd learned how to use that extremely well. But can fight different with it. If she needs to she was the assassin training. So now, she has learned all about subterfuge. She has learned all about how to sneak in the shadows. She's learnt how to disappear in a crowd, she has learned all of these various things, and I know James is going to hit us with a lot of ninja Damian, Wayne knowledge because he was also trained by assassins. So what I'm really trying to realize I'm really trying to prove my point, number one. Yeah, I'm trying to get ahead of something right here because he's going to argue what a great swordsman and assassin Damian, Wayne is so to begin this argument. I just wanna point out that Arya stark has probably equal if not better amount of training in the sort, as well as the same level. If not better in the world of assassins, as well, given that she's going to rely on a lot of magic to do some of it. And some, you know, magic abilities whereas Damian, Wayne, I think because of the bat family connection sticks more to the realm of the possible, I would argue the Arya stark maybe takes one notch further and makes the impossible. So in order to get ahead of things that I know James is gonna open up with probably number one, because that's what I would do if I was him, I at least want to say whatever James is good about to tell you, whatever nonsense. He's about to drag out understand that. Are you stark is the equal if not better to those points? And that is my point number one, interesting. A strong offense is a good defense. Very good. Okay. My first point was that raise fantastic. But I guess, on sense, and I shouldn't use that. But you wanna use that as point number what I will not stop. Okay. All right. So you know what it great minds think alike Ray and you're right. My I was going to be all about the training. Right. And you know this is very similar to previous matchup. We had snake is versus John wick and very similar very similar in terms of John wick. Lubbock. Character. But man snake eyes. I love snake. I was actually going against him. So it's Hertz say 'cause I really like stark by character is just amazing. So I I'm gonna apologize ahead of time for what I'm doing. But I, I am the law, you do not need to apologize to me. Do you have anything I said before you launch into your point of view? I'd actually add something to that. And to your point, I think most of our training, which is excellent. Because I'm a big proponent about being hands on in terms of training. You know, have an EMMY background comment sports background and listen, you can hit a heavy bag..

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"arya" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"arya" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"So we make sure that the remedies being done or purifying remedies in something so in that way, we construct the remedies four what's going on based on these indications that Russia has given. Okay. And is this also got or or we integrate that planet in a healthy way into our life. So it's practical, and if we don't wanna change to do with that planet wants there's other ways to to work with that planet. Right. I mean, it reminds me of a little bit of what you mentioned earlier with Arya veta- where sometimes, you know, if a person has certain propensity for a certain type or a certain medical type that you'll do offsetting things in order to counteract and balance things out and that the ideas to move away from extremes because it's when you go to extremes that's win. The body gets a balanced, but instead you're trying to find balance in some way in the life. Exactly. Then that just made me think of end. So there's a concept that this energy has to be in the life. It has to be there in some way. And so if we don't bring it in then like today, for example, I had a woman who she had a flicked Venus can jump the sun. And so I had her do a donation to women who are trapped and needing self-empowerment so self empowerment, son, women Venus, and it was in the twelfth house. So there's this trapped energy so women who were maybe traffic or abused or something where they're trapped some donating to organization that's helping liberate them and empower them so that energy of this afflicted Venus with the sun is in her life. But it's in her life as a donation. It's not in her life is something she suffering. Sure. So that's the whole philosophy underlying remedial measures or mitigating things in Vegas in Indian astrology that the energy's gonna manifest somehow. So you might as well find way to do that actively yourself by doing something that matches the symbolism of the placement that's being activated in your chart, and if you do that, then you may have some more control over it than versus just letting it happen to you in a way that might be not as personally what you might want subjectively versus something else. Exactly. So so these are ways that we work with feeling with the negative situations that the planets bring up, and they mentioned the beginning help people can just print out. These visuals Redonda put it on the fridge and just pay attention in that paying attention if they're about to enter. Mercury time period, they can donate to kids education, if they're about to enter a Venus time period, they can donate to just the women shelter, and it can be you know, it's good to be donating. No matter what to positive things in society..

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"arya" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"arya" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Hebert. Kevin rosier. Welcome back to another sewed of the Kevin rose show real quick plug. My Instagram is Instagram dot com slash Kevin rose. That's at Kevin rose on Instagram lately, I've been into some medicinal mushroom foraging. So out here in Portland, there's some lion's mane that we've talked to several different people on the show talked about the benefits of lion's mane in the cognitive sense. Meaning that you take it and you get smarter not Nestle smarter. But it improves your brain helps with the call neurogenesis of the creating of new neurons at least they've proven that in a lab setting with mice. But a lot of people report really positive things, I'm experimenting with that stuff and a few other different mushroom compounds that are completely legal not the legal stuff, all my Instagram stories. So you can check it out there. Also want to tell you about my meditation app oak, meditation dot com. It's for Iowa's only right now. It's completely free. We've got a bunch of great courses working on some new course. Purses. But not in the sense of we're trying to compete with head space or calm, really what we're trying to do is just train you to build a sit and meditate on your own. You shouldn't have to use. A course my belief is that obviously -mongst don't use meditation, apps or courses, they get training. And then they sit and you should enjoy your practice and just build a sit, and we have an unguarded timer for that. We also have some great breathing exercises. It's all free oak meditation dot com today. I am talking to maisy Williams who you also might know as Arya stark on game of thrones really random thing that occurred. Basically, I had a friend that sent me a taxed and was like, hey, do you know, our star from game of thrones maisy like she's got a new app out? And you know for first of all, obviously, I'm a big fan. Love game of thrones love her character on game of thrones. But you know, what I have celebrities reach out, and I've had this happened in the past. It's just because you're a celebrity doesn't necessarily translate to being a good app developer. And then I've had a lot of snow. Breeze pitch. Just not the best apps. Just they have random ideas that pay somebody to go on build it, and it's not really something that probably should exist. But that's okay. You know, everyone should try out new things. And that's how you learn. But a cool thing about mazes idea is I went and downloaded it. It's on its called. Daisy. D I s I e and it's essentially a platform for creative so people that are into film, or fashion or photography or art. They also poetry and literature on there as well. And for creatives to come together and share ideas and kind of build upon each other's ideas. And I haven't really seen a platform like this like she wants it puts out a good point that there's a few different creative platforms kind of like graphic designers, and there's linked in and things like that. But you don't really know what to use link in for outside of just job searches. There's not really a way to collaborate in a deep way. So I like what she's doing? And I thought the app was a cool idea. She's working on a new version of it that I think is going to address. A lot of the things that jumped out to me initially. So I kind of considered the one that's in the app store right now to be beta. But I'm excited to see her next release, and it was cool to sit down with their randomly. She was in New York at the same time. I was I don't live in New York. But I was out there for a board meeting, and she was like, hey, let's get together face to face. So I grab some studio time at a local studio, and we sat down she is so sweet and so nice. And it was just a joy to spend time with her, and yes, she's just as nice as you would think she is an person in real life. And I'm excited. She's a young entrepreneur doing some pretty awesome work. So this is Macy Williams, aka Arya stark. Well, first of all I want to get only one game of thrones question out of the way. Because it's like why you're on the show you got. Minds a little bit more around kind of like how you memorize all this stuff..

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"arya" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

The Kevin Rose Show

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"arya" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

"Hebert. Kevin rosier. Welcome back to another sewed of the Kevin rose show real quick plug. My Instagram is Instagram dot com slash Kevin rose. That's at Kevin rose on Instagram lately, I've been into some medicinal mushroom foraging. So out here in Portland, there's some lion's mane that we've talked to several different people on the show talked about the benefits of lion's mane in the cognitive sense. Meaning that you take it and you get smarter not Nestle smarter. But it improves your brain helps with the call neurogenesis of the creating of new neurons at least they've proven that in a lab setting with mice. But a lot of people report really positive things, I'm experimenting with that stuff and a few other different mushroom compounds that are completely legal not the legal stuff, all my Instagram stories. So you can check it out there. Also want to tell you about my meditation app oak, meditation dot com. It's for Iowa's only right now. It's completely free. We've got a bunch of great courses working on some new course. Purses. But not in the sense of we're trying to compete with head space or calm, really what we're trying to do is just train you to build a sit and meditate on your own. You shouldn't have to use. A course my belief is that obviously -mongst don't use meditation, apps or courses, they get training. And then they sit and you should enjoy your practice and just build a sit, and we have an unguarded timer for that. We also have some great breathing exercises. It's all free oak meditation dot com today. I am talking to maisy Williams who you also might know as Arya stark on game of thrones really random thing that occurred. Basically, I had a friend that sent me a taxed and was like, hey, do you know, our star from game of thrones maisy like she's got a new app out? And you know for first of all, obviously, I'm a big fan. Love game of thrones love her character on game of thrones. But you know, what I have celebrities reach out, and I've had this happened in the past. It's just because you're a celebrity doesn't necessarily translate to being a good app developer. And then I've had a lot of snow. Breeze pitch. Just not the best apps. Just they have random ideas that pay somebody to go on build it, and it's not really something that probably should exist. But that's okay. You know, everyone should try out new things. And that's how you learn. But a cool thing about mazes idea is I went and downloaded it. It's on its called. Daisy. D I s I e and it's essentially a platform for creative so people that are into film, or fashion or photography or art. They also poetry and literature on there as well. And for creatives to come together and share ideas and kind of build upon each other's ideas. And I haven't really seen a platform like this like she wants it puts out a good point that there's a few different creative platforms kind of like graphic designers, and there's linked in and things like that. But you don't really know what to use link in for outside of just job searches. There's not really a way to collaborate in a deep way. So I like what she's doing? And I thought the app was a cool idea. She's working on a new version of it that I think is going to address. A lot of the things that jumped out to me initially. So I kind of considered the one that's in the app store right now to be beta. But I'm excited to see her next release, and it was cool to sit down with their randomly. She was in New York at the same time. I was I don't live in New York. But I was out there for a board meeting, and she was like, hey, let's get together face to face. So I grab some studio time at a local studio, and we sat down she is so sweet and so nice. And it was just a joy to spend time with her, and yes, she's just as nice as you would think she is an person in real life. And I'm excited. She's a young entrepreneur doing some pretty awesome work. So this is Macy Williams, aka Arya stark. Well, first of all I want to get only one game of thrones question out of the way. Because it's like why you're on the show you got. Minds a little bit more around kind of like how you memorize all this stuff..

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"arya" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"arya" Discussed on Back To Work

"Interpol brawls which is of bravo show for example it would need to get to all of bravo's primary markets first and i don't know if that includes europe i don't know what other distribution have who knows how but in the mix the it has to get to all of those in once its to all of those first then it can hit whatever amazon primer i tunes or or whatever and so that holdover is not machinations of well we've got to imported make sure looks writing and create you know it's more about what is allowed by those different places so my the only i would say game of thrones is probably the only show where i'm like i'm not waiting till tomorrow to watch it you know i really do want to see it that minute when it comes out if only because it will be completely ruined for me the next day because everyone will be talking about it every you know me and will be published about it screen shots will be online at the the headline of every article is you of relatively spoiler free oh i can't believe that happened where like well if you knew that arya was engraved danger in the previous episode and people said that you'd be like oh no right and the and like the every the title of everything is how we're reacting to you know the red wedding rocking the shocking news right how were acting to insert name of characters death allah great thank you so much i love that so yeah i have to watch out the first day so i you know but that's that to me hbo is game of thrones now that's what it is right that while the phrase abed dude the um.

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"arya" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"arya" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Like they they clear control lot but to be like make a promise me you're only going to think about me when you jerkov at the guy's a yeah okay and you're like our echoed that's good igf dumb because like if you it is being lazy is what it is because if you work at it you can control my thoughts that's true behind really care if you just put it yo they you tell me what to think than you are you're doing that it's just you're making me think exactly they will break you down man they are mental terrace is after it's mental warfare to the point that like i saw my brain react sometimes in ways that i'm like i am broke i am battered person that should not have been what was going through my brain right there and that is not a normal thought it's just years it's attrition of war of attrition were in the trenches and and they're gaining ground at all times but i promise i will be thinking about someone else when i jerk off no matter how much i'll lose not war that's how i mean that's how the world has kind of progressed as game of thrones house and where in seasons seven right now the for the world as far as like we are looking a death and destruction probably pretty much every day yet but also the chicks you the dangerous ones yeah the chiefly and anton star we all the patas dudes now sirc's the crazy pitch i'll tell you why at the crazy killer fucking sirtzi we certainly works the mental worth myrtle arya works the final thoughts are also works the battle than heiress works all of it they're all in control it's like the most his pocket shall everton is kind of how the world are going to our like we got nothing ability to find out the dragons are girls.

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"arya" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"arya" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

"Sanzar addressing arya we think in front of the gathered nights of the veil and and lord's north's as you stand accused of murder you stand accused of treason how do you answer these charges pause lord bangladesh and little finger is like what looked pay off four wilfing or wall lean kale silicon very very strong because he actually it doesn't register for his i like what you know dives in sport my sister ask you a question in those words my sister talking by our in support of signs after their long journey back to each other carry immense emotional weight and importance we'll finger of course chest perry's charts all true charges by the way that he pushed leisa erin out the moon door that he poison john erin kickstarting the entire story basically that he manufactured in large part the emnity between how stark and how slanted they betrayed cat stark ned start this last point bailey strenuously denies he says i deny it none of you were there to see the truth there were three intrepidity thrown that aside the coin uh what about the stark who sees everything everywhere brand says he you held enough to his throat he said i did warn you not to trust my little fingers stunned arya slips the dragon boat halted flaring dagger from its scabbard she says you told her mother that this knife belongs to tearing lancaster but that was another one of your lives it was yours in the symbolism here is incredible he's think about this for a second this is the weapon that shed the blood of cats saarc as she tried.

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"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Although he he asks what's next in when there's when realize there's legitimate air danny's body will have a wave like starting that whole thing up i guess so that's that life funds away the hits exactly so yes what's next he realized there fucked and then terry and shows up followed by sirtzi essential center armies to the cause of north and fight alongside them we know that's bullshit then then we go over to winter fell where santa worries about the john's message and little finger says you know you just unnamed john is king in the north and you can take the title can lady of winter fell she says aria wouldn't allow it little finger says uh tent tells her how to understand arias motivations essentially by playing his his version of the game a faces which has assumed the worst she plays the game and realizes that arya could be here to kill her and become the lady of winter fell we know this is all a ruse eventually and i think that like there's there's a lot of ways you can read the what's going on here but i i think that it's pretty clear that at at nothingness else this is the point where sanzar realized she's being played because in the last thing this little fingers skydiving or towards st and knows and our bones that that's not ariz motivation like last episode is about aria convincing herself to sanza was true blue for starks now playing the game a faces with her and then leading stanza make decision because she can't four sir right um and this was the episode where like she's like wait argues doing this to be the lady a fucking winter fell latent are is never wanted to be the lady of winter fell this is bullshit i ask low lerner but i finally learned and now i'm going to fucking i feel like in this seen question number two like what what is a motivation and uh i.

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"arya" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

Outkick the Culture

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"arya" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

"About leaving one wolf and what that means for the sheep the idea that winter came for house freight all of it was beautiful it was the coolest thing they've done with arya in a long time mazy williams played that perfectly super and then we saw are you later with sheeran and of course there was a firestorm over ed here then about it was this and i tweeted this out i don't care the edge chairman's in game of thrones is fine singing a song and all listen in i read somewhere that mazey's a big ed sheeran bannon and he was kinda brought in as something she would think is really cool the thing about ejirin being in game of thrones is simply the game of thrones does it needed sheeran the thing about game of thrones is with the exception of sean bean a lotta people even know sean bean some people newly a hiti and there were you know certainly peter dinkal was out there a little bit but most of these people have become stars because of game of thrones they didn't come in as stars this was not a starstudded cast when the show began these were not names we knew kid harrington and sophie and mazy mezian all of the folks that we come to know and love on this show i mean little finger who absolutely love he was on the wire but you don't necessarily remember tommy kark eddie a lot of you might have been a lot of you unfortunately didn't watch the wireless when the gray series in history telvision i wrote about it for outkick made number four my drama list which is something else amount of tackle may not have this week that a lot of people saying you know with some of these new shows since i wrote my top ten peace which was the initial assignment i gave myself row kick was right those ten long for pieces and ranked ten dramas that had meant the most to me.

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"arya" Discussed on A Cast of Kings - A Game of Thrones Podcast

A Cast of Kings - A Game of Thrones Podcast

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"arya" Discussed on A Cast of Kings - A Game of Thrones Podcast

"A a arya has impersonate walter fray and his pulling off a gus freeing style mass assassination clan so what did you think of this scene jonah like this get you amped up for the show or or uh did you feel like 'have verity kinda made that point of the in the last season when arya murdered walter fray uh well i hear you're leading witness i i agree if inland if if that's what you're looking for that it's like a slow a slight repeats of the end of of last year oh what i felt was interesting is in the you know hbo go is has this sort of behind the scenes of the episode interview with whites abetting off and they said they were going to um put this later in the episode may decide to move it up to a cold of in which they they've done a cold up a couple of times with they decide to move it up to a cold open because they liked david bradley's performance much david bradley who plays will defray a or in this case aria pretending to be walter defray an um and i think if it had come later in the upset i think it would have been it felt would have helped more of a retread but since it's almost felt like part of the previously abu overt sumitomo yeah yeah um i liked it yeah i don't know it was or was leading oh sister a prison that will auction pseudo owes curious which when you won't look call man little call me and i did i thought of it's funny wanna when i was watching that scene i was remembering um there's a scene i don't know how familiar with the harry potter films at you might have her the little aid these harry potter um in the deadly hallowes i think it's part what am i defer to there's a scene wear.

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