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"arya" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:56 min | 3 months 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 | 3 months ago

"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

06:08 min | 3 months ago

"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"And i understand what they do to favor characterists. So so she's ready to just she's ready to call it with the syrian all right so tyrians in jail right pod comes in with some food and tearing this looking for someone really anyone to help him. He's totally helpless and then pod. Kind of reveal syrian. Not only. can't i help you. But i actually kind of need to run interference for me here and so tyrian is like all right. So i'm i'm in the worst predicament of my life. And i guess i gotta help you get out of the city safely eager the sense it just has nobody right. So how'd you How do you feel dr you now. I wish he was goofy fear. You know this is all on you. You did not appreciate the goofiness while you had it. I would have been one of those guys in the focus group that like. Hey we're gonna replace dario. What do you think. Do just lose goof and then now like oh man now he's just a guy suri or real easy like we serve. How much. How much different would that seem. Be the dude was goofy. Like how like to me. That's even more powerful right. I mean you're the guys out there. You know pissing and talk. Contrast he's basically one of the french night the holy grail and and then you And then you bring out the goofball. See that i think all this is when it comes to sequences the sequence that i think did the least for me. That sort of took me out of the moment was the moment where it was like. Shall i for you know we need you to do did it. Shall i know you're to labrada had ideal it now your two precious and it was just how about me. And i'm like all right. I can just and out and this is sort of all the locks and the three bears thing you know. Yeah it was. It felt very very much. Like is this a limerick or is this a story like let's just get the guy out there already. We all know who's gonna do it so so in the in the book. It's this guy brown. Ben plum who is poor mentioned. You have big fat guy. He's the one that of doing it and it's be i think it's because danny thinks if he's able to defeat you know the aggressor that's better for me but i'm not going to risk one of these other guys and on top of that she. She loves dario at this point or at least she's in less with dario at this point and so she can't bear losing him so anyway i think that they converged those characters in that scene. I thought it was pretty effective to have danny launch the old the the caller is of the freed slaves. I was great. That was that was kind of like Allied forces dropping little pamphlets in nazi germany. Like explaining. You know it's it's propaganda. That's what that assure so. I thought that was good. I liked that one in an otherwise dull episode. I i really appreciate that one. No dull i guess. I i guess i disliked this one a whole lot less. It was fine but this is definitely one of those. I call them like the plot. Movers right i mean there's I don't know that there's like a singular moment that was. Oh wow but i definitely it made you long to watch the next one because kind of like i mean kind of moving things moving things along in little fingers just and he like he. He does out little fingered himself voice wise in this particular episode to who was home bound. That's in addition to that. He was telling everyone else how talk he was trying to push. Does is trying to push sonza dude. You like have had a lifetime of experience. Sort of whisper talking. No one's going to be as good at whispering as you you know. I just think definitely won't hand home on. Like what is this. Like seven accidents in one. What is going on. it's like it's like. They recorded his voice and now they're playing it backwards. Our voice okay. Now do real bad impression of that. Same voice you just did so. Taiwan is just like matter-of-factly like standing right over the dead body of his grandson. Saying he is. He is all idiots. This fool was neither a good king or a wise king and he's probably dead because of it. Now let me tell you how the the b.'s. Work what i mean that to me. That sequence was was pretty fantastic on a lot of charles dances great. just thailand. Doing doing thailand does just like look man. I'm not here not here to console my daughter because that would be because her feelings would fall into the category of the winds of your children if you follow his previous speech so he ain't got time for that and he's like look he's doing something very valuable to it. Which is i'm gonna secure my spot. All right sir see. You seem to suck at being a mother because you ruined your first kid. I think i'm going to take over from here because we're all basically at war because of your son's beheading of debt. That's right man. I guess if you're gonna get the sex tuck from thailand. Probably the worst thing. I mean there are worst people to give the sex talk. Yeah like jamie you sex tuchman jamie for.

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"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"A problem right. So he's very flawed If he had come back and he had resisted anything from sir. Ac- i would suggest okay. Well now we're now we're cooking with some with the news that have ingredients but he comes back in. It's like look. I'm not a fighter. Used to but still still horny for family. Well you're right. I mean jamie's a bad dude. Son is dead right there. That's his son right. Let's not put that like and he's we've never seen a moment of where he's ever felt like any responsibility affection towards them and i think that that's a pretty important element to all. This is like. He's complicated the kingdom and he doesn't even care about the kit what i mean. There's never been an element of lag. Adds my responsibility now. Maybe that's typical for fathers than but you would think that there would be some element It's shame i son i'd sensors. He seems to have to remind him. Yeah he's not great. He's not great. But i would argue that. And the like him. Steve in al follow follow. Heather's lead on this one which is the say. Yeah you probably shouldn't have started liking. Yeah yeah they did a number on me man. They did a number on me. I guess. I guess that's the thing right like you do. Have this element of keeping you. Keep wanting that. Drop a cool water that you want that refreshing like come on whom i rooting for it because it is. I mean like right now. We are in the midst of the who am rooting for. Because you know you add the the aspect of of tyrian Being accused of this. And the way things go. I mean like heather's already nice known. He was my favorite character..

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"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

04:02 min | 3 months ago

"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

05:54 min | 3 months ago

"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Quote correctly. It was the escape. Seemed a little bit disney to me and i think it might have been the music but it all seemed a little bit like and no young adult fiction kind of. I don't know. I just kind of tiptoeing through this city and getting on a boat and all that business they get in the boat and then like all the sudden. It's foggy it's like. It's a clear day and then of course you know Little finger shows up and brings a blanket of fog with him. Just because he's so mysterious. Or something i don't know i mean in the world of smoke babies dragons. A fog is really the the hangup spent a lot of my life around bodes notion and i know that a fog you know fog can in pretty quickly true and the right conditions. I and i thought that was resurrection. No problem on the problem in general. Dont'a sucks. I just think he totally. He is as a character as an actor. You did you. Don't need them very much. He does what he needs. He did what he needed to do but he he really sucks and then strong feeling sorts. Don i just don't like don tos and so you should like this episode because he's dispatched fairly well. He gets it right in the face in the face right in the face like everything that you're complaining about you it resolves immediately all right i will say that i was just starting to like jamie unlike the hound. Okay oh okay so This'll be a good talking point. All right i just. I was like in those two characters and I liked the sound a little bit less at the end of this episode. And i like jamie a lot less at the picture. I think that's okay. I think that that's important Salmon gillies sam is just. He's returning to his cowardly ways. Well that's kind of same thing because just now catching up to this character. I i guess this is great this year. You and i are gonna like mckay great. I'm okay with davos. i think deva's may be the only thing that's the enemy of davos opinion right. I'm yeah i'm okay with who's out there like. Oh man i'll tell you what. Oh thank god. It's a i'll tell you. what about davos. He's like he's one of the few characters there's just good. He's he's a good guy right. Seems like it seems like he's he's just an ethical man in a sea of mediocrity in terror. And but i think that he's maybe he's not as complicated as he should be. Because of that. Maybe that will. I think that's the beauty of it right is like there's a certain element of like anytime we see somebody who seems to have a you. Know maybe a heightened sense of ethics. Take your pick on a start. Their dispatch fairly quickly. This guy has had every opportunity to do that. in fact he's he's ethics himself right into harm's way. All the time and keeps getting spared by the people are trying to kill it so it's like the complication of his narrative is like he should be dead by. Yeah he should you. He should be dead like four times over. But i feel like his argument was stanislaw. They've had like nine times. You know. I'm done with the argument at this point I was really good so the argument is to you. What any torture scene for theonest. Yeah i i could do with a couple more towards the scenes and a few less conversations about the lord alight i was really invested in this ogrin taiwian face off and this kind of through a wet. I felt like this episode through a wet blanket over. It like taiwan's just gonna they're just gonna sort of making alliance and added. I wasn't super happy about that. Lady elena was a bright spot. I always like lady alanna. I thought she was great. But anyway i had enough other things that i didn't care about. And in addition to that we see jamie rape surgery and that probably colored my opinion of the entire episode yet. I will say that. There's an interesting element of that rape saint because it's it's rape I don't. I don't know if i'm supposed to interpreted as okay. This was a big deal when it happened because the director alex graves basically came out and said i didn't think it was rape. That's not how. I feel like directed the scene and everyone else was like Do that's right so so it's it contributed to rape culture in that way just because the director kind of unwittingly thought that sure you anyway. I feel like he's trying to direct it in such a way that it it's Being like maybe not in front of joffrey so it's interesting because it reads less. I'll have to go read this passage again in the books. I haven't read it in a while. But if i remember correctly sursee she says she. They shouldn't do it in front of the gods like she. She feels a little bit weird. Like dude we're in a church like the gods are watching us. But i mean the way that graves interprets this whole thing. S pretty jarring. That scene was pretty jarring. So yeah anyway. Okay well no. That's fair So what are you look back about. It few said my piece all right well. We'll catch next episode. I a i. Here's what i think is important about.

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"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

09:00 min | 3 months ago

"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Over bridges. Her shouts echoing unanswered. In some of the rooms the redstone walls would seem to drip blood and nowhere. Could she find a window. Sometimes she would hear father's voice but always from a long way off and no matter how hard he ran after it would grow fainter and fainter until it faded into. Nothing and aria was alone in the dark number. One as i read that it's written a little bit like a horror scene. A scene in like a horror novel. And then i think because neds voice features and then fades in that in that section. I wonder if george is foreshadowing. Neds ultimate death. What do you think about that. A neds voice features worlds Yes She says well she's going through castle and like some of the. The rooms are like covered in blood. So you're i mean certainly king's landing is a dangerous an ominous brace a place of of mazes and and she's calling for her father's voice and she can hear her father's voice but it's always distant and she can never get an answer and then finally it fades into nothing right and i wonder if this is sort of georgia's way of foreshadowing neds death. I i think so. I absolutely i mean In brands chapter when Be here of the death of ned. Emilia they have to go down into crypts and reconised there because he had young sandri is open get. His father was coming these folk. We have branded remember what we spoke about. Was the voice of meds. Presence is so important to his children about of course the his do debate is going. It seems to house some sort of psychic quality magical quality that these sort of Not is absolutely horrifying. Georgia's a master of being the mood. he sets it in his stories. And this i mean. Hit the whole soul passages is beautiful of writing i think. And but at georgia's able to use it to create hints to make you thinking even if you don't you reading in the moment she's lost. You're you're kind of caught up you're going to we'll see we'll just go on. Rewrite asset. Continue on to to what happens is was what's gonna happen dory but it's very back. Your head sub with that language is floating back there of his voice weeding away and he oh forget it and when he dies and then when you get echo from brand learning from slough in order to find a sculptor who knows her followers like this Because riggan had that they will be. They spoke to him knobs. I george does. It does so many character or for shadow dinner Catlin staring into friendly's armor in classic things and seeing a drought woman So many others so no absolutely. I think george. George absolutely new unity was changing the story As he wet that. Ned was dead ned about this is a central feature of her. Which had he wanted to help. Protagonist that you. What were attached to. And he'll kill him because he's gonna show but he was playing games at the lane fourteen weeks and I well. I love that passage Yeah i think you're right. It is beautifully written and it really does give you the sense that the red keep is this. Dangerous haunted place You also get the sense. That in that chapter aria is in the room with all the dragon skulls and she says she knows that they're dead but there's something that is there there's a presence there does not love her and you get the sense. Okay what am i am i should how should i read. Read this as well dragons or magic in there are. There's like some sort of dark magic down. There were all those dragon. Schools are or is it. Just wait arias feeling you read it both ways but in but it does the same thing really does it. Brings you to this idea that. There's this king's landing something of a haunted place and that's how we should look at it. From a stark perspective. Dangerous haunted place. I disagreed observation. Because i mean a lot of the story is haunted by the ghosts of together. His past past the mad keying regar- reguarly news The it's deniro's has her own vision of in her dreams of of workings landing his like i. I didn't think about this but until you we discuss it. But i mean we talk about kingsland lanny's labyrinthine as of affairs. I think also. Of course george visits a similar kind of feel in kings generis when she's among the the warlocks in. Yeah the at. There's at does even if he would hear voices distantly replied to lead her away. And you're these these passages concept. Endless passages keeps trying to find her way through it George fines resident is a story Years backed one of his thousand worlds stone city was a highly recommend. It's great short science fiction story about this enormous ancient of city in which the main character the being cut running away from some for weekend and he gets lost at his maze. Its any bielby. But there's ghosts very liberal but in your imagine it could be like there's something eerie about it and georgia's so good at creating the sense of uranus and making it part of the thematic of what's going on the story so you know i got the right key really captures out up. It is passage. Because george really wants to get you into aureus mindset to see through her ruled field. What she's feeling as language choice of how he describes things kind of gives you that As i think he's really a master should be atmosphere of things. It's women things like my favorite chapters tend to be really heavy of the atmosphere. Casuarinas really people virgins feelings ever. It's the the pit of the stomach of when poor quenton. Martell is trying to work up the nerve to try and steal the dragon and it's going to go wrong the compel you know it. You know it he. He practically knows it but he's so good at it he said i Yeah so One of the things that we do this podcast as we talk about the show differences And then we'll talk about the any major introductions in both cases when arias downstairs it really is a the first introduction to you know the the physical presence of dragons even though it's just skulls we've heard about dragons we've tearing reads about dragons we've heard about the uses of dragon bone and we've met danny's eggs already and whatnot but in this absolutely real. These are not creatures that a myth in georgia's world's these are artifacts of dragons that are you know enormous and their teeth or like swords and whatnot so introduction to you know actual dragon to the first and then the show difference that either that that struck me the most was that aria really does to hide in one of these skulls to overhear the conversation. The conversation's much shorter. There's less detail in the conversation right for sure. The dragon schools feature so prominently in the show. That it's almost like you've you've done a to make that room feel believable. Yeah why not. Just have the whole scene in that room right right. Oh yeah that's a really good choice of the economy. Faces is a lot battered. Certain times where they set is the one offset. It's time well-timed winning needles. I mean boost. Skulls were featured Yo they had various exhibitions but they did. I reign lawsuits. Yeah and the and the dragon. Skulls are always kind of president as one of the big banks to show all the one difference era. It's kind of funny. But i never understood why. We didn't make the skulls block. Yeah they're supposed to be black absolutely. Yeah we'll never asked him. Why based up to is sort of boone color Black it it would look you see. Receiver will look that sort of a museum..

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"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

08:05 min | 3 months ago

"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"There's a leandra either rosen critic. Talk about it but would they would. They felt i felt that this led to salt kind of watching as they were so focused on hitting st spectacular moments. Don't mean there's does. I know his famous image from the final episode of the nearest coming down the steps and through goods wings coming out undulation. His wing demon And the composition. How mazing and to me. It's a it's a great image but it's it's like it's like taking a hammer did wacky over the head with with tried to say because you could see but they love the image but build missile much. I didn't matter to them wherever they were just on the head. Or if they were trying to be settled. And i feel like that's what made me disenchanted towards the end. And i think that's what makes it different like i mean if you look at these crows the reception piece rose Among critics time was really positive. I mean he george dot his pie magazine was talking to him. Was america's talking came on the street from the feast for crows because to me as interesting Despite how difficult is genesis because In some ways it's the most sort of leery of novels. Yeah because it is so the theme of the piece because of the Down destruction to corruption that the falling apart of society through everything. Everything has it From the melancholy of the the captain of guards opening chapter. Where can store and a sitting there and he's you can practically smell blood oranges falling to the ground and and and he's waiting for something he's waiting for. His brother has been killed all the way through to genie at the end burning. His sister's letter He doesn't want to help her. All of those things had such a cohesion tube and the word about moments the word about shocking you the next big spectacle. It was a must for character focused approach. I hear what you're saying. I i think for the most part. I do agree. I think the question is whether or not you're still emotionally connected to the story like for me that moment when danny walks down the stairs and you see drug on wings behind her it worked for me. Oh man. I worked for me because i'm still emotionally connected where i think a lot of fans were like. They were pretty pissed that that the way that danny's character win i from the very beginning. I thought with danny when she sees a problem in the world and she wants to fix it her her method for trying to fix. That problem is to grasp for more power so that she can control the the the bad guys and i always think well. That's a very target area and move. You know you see a problem in the world and now you're going to grasp for more power so that you can throw back the bad. That's kind of move that someone like mary. Mass doors go into absolutely critique. So i don't know i always thought with danny that was sort of. She was going to become something of a tyrant from the beginning. Oh so. I think a lot of fans didn't like that about her. She they wanna danny to in the end be benevolent dictator and i. I didn't think that was gonna be an option for her argue. The point i. I definitely think a lot of people didn't have a real sense of stories go. Is that at. That's baggage chapter at the end. The that's georgia's obscures. George get if out hit you over the head with it that she started thinking at direction. But that's that doesn't work for her to treasure things so to be. I think bruce fans did get that who are who are still unhappy with. It's just a sense that it was rushed. I think they did. I mean even to the point where they were proud of the fact. A dude are peter's injuries talked with the back. Like you know. Emilio saying i don't understand. I didn't understand some scenes and how they wanted me to play her at. I tried to ask information and would be too late as we wrote it at. Obesity risk tried to say. Oh let's have her convey that she has this dragged like wall soc- in her and his tyranny insider heart. But i'll tell her actress that list teller play at ami about debate. Beat i think some of the stuff that i think are just mistakes that new producers make some of it. I think our sign set. They may be didn't think fruit or relationship to actors and how what actors the actors themselves to writers on he also for writers characters do what they want them to do. And that's it. There's no there's no arguing your character argue of you while. Sometimes he do some some writers talk about characters that way but they don't argue with them and offers listened to them but a bet that's a severe waverly exercise but i think there's aspects of where i kind of wonder if someone else had running the show could've gone differently or someone who just wanted to continue running the show four seasons were handling it off to someone else. I feel like i feel like i honestly do feel like if there was a fan who was really great editing and came in and just use the material that they show runners have provided with season season. Six through eight. I think that you could probably in the editing room. Come up with a pretty decent conclusion to that story Not one that george would have envisioned no different than one. That just has. The character beats just evolve in a little differently. You know. i think one more episode in season eight really might have done it for me with denarius. Yeah that's how i feel. But maybe i'm in the minority. Here i loved. There's so much about those seasons. That i loved that i was willing to forgive the sort of unforced errors that they brought to it. Yeah i i can certainly see. The point is certainly didn't feel that. I mean i think people can't just ignore the fact it was you know watched and talked about show all the pilot Roy i get. It is what it is. They struck a chord. They were able to hold onto people. But sometimes things get cord that perhaps however falls I mean even even as the buyer has has its flaws in was strikes according to people As somehow didn't watch it. I i have a sense. Of why producer decided slighted. I know wait critics pad. But let's say they stephanie. See why people enjoyed it. Even people who recognize that it was flawed. Let me just in a short time. We have remaining. I wanna revisit. The chapter olias. So i'm going to read this little passage here and i want to sort of throw my immediate reaction at unc. What you say. This aria is Hiding in the dark she hunkered down in the dark against a damn stonewall and listened for the pursuit but the only sound was the beating of her own heart and the distant drip of water quite as a shadow she told herself she wondered where she was when she had first come to king's landing she used to have dreams about getting lost in the castle. So now she's going to recount. Her dreams. Father said the red keep was smaller than winter fell but in her dreams it had been immense and endless stone maze with walls that seemed to shift change behind her. She would find herself wandering down. Gloomy halls pass faded tapestries descending endless circular stairs darting through.

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"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

08:48 min | 3 months ago

"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Amuse him might work to his offer real creative mind to kinda so seeds in in the language he uses is is not off. I think. I think there's there's a point remade bear i certainly. I mean it's absolutely the case. That did it because of little finger. A little finger definitely has a big role in suggesting it in helping her do it. And i don't see where else he should have gotten that Says the maistre seemed entirely where it was going on so to me. I mean it's it's such a perfect mystery. George did the death john because he does such a good job of laying out different possibilities and leaving it seating little hints along the way so he gets you at the end and you realize not for many people didn't quite but they own of course 'cause he would be that there are things of lists story but didn't make sense and now they do as soon as you're expectedly Look at it. So boris but i mean going back to boroughs earlier. You i mean at this stage would you think. Oh yeah. they must have a rule in it. but it's directly contradictory to what you're saying right now that the war happening right now. What glee and wiesel were happening I believe bora says you know the the has the book and salim matter of time. He's the bastard and it could be a day could be two days but it could be a fortnight but it's absolutely he's dead's absolutely going to find out the truth at some point and it'll probably be soon. I have a question for you. And it's a question that i get asked by lots of people and i never have a good answer forward but maybe you will because you ask george these kinds of questions so this is more of a question about how much of a gardener is how how much of a gardener we actually dealing with here. So here's the question that i get asked right. So george has seen how shows story arcs concluded and how that was received. How much will that. Let's just call that like the world's largest focus group right so the world's largest focus group has been tested. But i guess the question is this after the world's largest focus group has sort of given the verdict that this is how we've received season you know. The outcome of the song of ice and fire is george. The type of gardner who will think Maybe we'll maybe. I'll go different direction. take ticket different course of action here to see where that goes or is he the kind of garden. That's kind of stubborn. That says nope. That's my outline. Nice store only works this way. I'm going to continue going. And i'm going to tell the story in a way that satisfying to me. So do you have any insights into that at all like. Do you think that. George will change the n. dean based on this giant focus group That happened at the end of season. Eight no no. but i- dorchester said all along. He's kinda he has the end in mind he's always had hit a mind From from from the pilot was originally tool. If he i guess he had a sense of safety by time he did a fuller outline for six seat. He knew kind of the main characters. A what i will say. I think is is that think of a how often he talked about the show needing more time know. Ten ten seasons postseasons would have been good for him. It was just trying to buy time for writing his book. It was also because they were cutting out. Things were that his vite integral to how the nba happen. Yeah okay and a big complete of a lot of people who needle and i stopped watching after season five I just knew. I knew i know what happened. Because i i live on the internet but The the main they saw is that some of the developments an final set of episodes were felt so rushed and sudden. He came out of and they say oh. It didn't come out of nowhere. We had paints here advair. But i think what people react accused. They didn't feel like there was a core of emotional truth to in particular What happens to narrow didn't field where she went. Fits the arc of her character up to that point George has i think lead the seeds for it in a wave. Are i mean even in a desert dragons Her final chapter where he thinks about how her mistake was trying to make peace in prior to be peaceable dragon dragons or for war off. That's a really interesting as a really because to me. It's like it's very for booting as well. Because you're starting to see is shaping her head that she's not there to be a peaceful queen she's a queen for war mcqueen for fire and blood and that will have i think georgia's intention is at the next books books book seven if there needs to be gate gate will start giving you choppers in her head showing about develop more and more progress to worship at the point where you have see what happens at the end of the tv show happening to her in a way. That feels much more earned. Don't let me put words in your mouth. But what i'm hearing is that george has outcomes in mind and we can probably take it to the bank that. He's not going to change anyone's outcome. It's just the way that george will get. These characters to their ultimate outcome will be in a way that satisfying to george. And we'll and we'll have to wait and see if it satisfying to the fans. I think that's fair enough. Yeah yeah yeah okay. I i've you know. Elliot i you know. Season six's one of my favorite seasons of the show. I don't know if you know if you've ever you would ever consider revisiting the adaptation. I have heard that season six was was improvement overseas in five. But then then i hear seen seven eight were for many people were many for many people. Absolutely i mean but let's also keep in mind that the numbers only ever increased the numbers for watchers. I mean there is a lot of vocal people on the internet but the numbers only ever got bigger so they were doing something. That and i will say this. Even though season eight was largely panned there were moments in season eight. That were just gorgeous. And i thought for me i can kind of you. This final seasons as an iteration in the way that maybe like a fan fiction could be like an iteration of the outcome of a story. I enjoyed them for what they are. It doesn't necessarily ruin. The story arcs. That came before but i i was always just in it for the fun anyway. No i i think what to be really started As showed on i became the second season was the first of inklings of Going to be as as going into way. What i want but i mean i was happy with second inferred but i think a lot of it is a deputation is a conversation. I guess between those adapting and the creator And it's what the adapters take out of it. What they choose to focalise Becomes what we receive as viewers. Overwork of recreation. And i felt as time went on that david dan and this may be. This may partly be the was just the nature of making billon television in hollywood and they were very spectacle focused. Yes i think. I totally buy but there were some really amazing moments but i think that's because the dan foucused on moments there's a critic because myles mcnutt Who talked about this..

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"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

08:17 min | 3 months ago

"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 Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

06:18 min | 3 months ago

"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"I have this notion personally and this is again. I wanna clarify because we. I've never discussed as george. I don't have any insight beyond the things that he has told. Elliott garcia independent thought. Absolutely the My belief is that georgia's initial idea. Was that boris leroy. You were going to tie into the others and the white walker that they were wittingly. Or unwittingly puppets of who's ever attacking for beyond the wall. Oh my god that they were destabilizing realm just in time for the white walkers be ready to make your attack so interesting. That's my idea. I and i have some elements that i think made high into it. Akasha kings as i mentioned georgia starting to write it and then he kinda paused to flesh out his six shark. Bittered occur and we have the classic kings we have tyrian. Parking devore's boras talking about the occasion in which he was gelded. into eunuch. At a sorcerer in the free cities did it who his members of fire and the fire turned to blue flame and his strange frightening voice came out of it. He doesn't know what happened. I think this is a remnant of george was going with a vet somehow. Boris had had sorceress. Contact with this child after even been affected by this sorcery contacting be uppers. That's my idea so basically interesting all right. So let's let's talk about some of the the little details here that would support this particular yup suggestion so we're suming and i think we assumed correctly that aria over here's various and alario talking. That's absolutely i think. The best evidence of rio of the description. The fat bigger veran try. You know a forked yellow beard at the free cities. accent. I believe there's also mention of his walking out the detail i think curio. Yeah yeah he walks on the balls of his feet. 'cause he's at he's water. Dancer interest excellent. And of course various. I mean he talks about little birds and he seems to know everyone's business and we know he. He loved disguises and interesting. That he's called a sorcerer whether that's tongue in cheek or not yeah so. I think that we're pretty on safe. Ground with that. Absolutely but then the second thing to note here is that timing seems especially important to these to various basically says and i apologize if i'm mispronouncing. I always say various here. You saying virus. And i'm thinking well normally i wouldn't think twice but now i'm talking to ellie garcia screw. Think yeah to be honest We were saying you're reading these books before we ever contacted doors. That will we contacted george. It was all emai- emails a member. We develop our nation's long before we talked georgia a even. Now people tell you. Why did he call Status not stone or or or whatever it is as well. This is how we've always said it at the time. I said you know. Say how we want is no pronunciation. Guide for reason whatever's comfortable so that's funny i teach i teach Ancient languages. And so i tell my students just pronounce it however you want to pronounce these are ancient languages. We we have guesses about how they are pronounced but Anyway so various says something along the lines of atkin forestall this a little bit. maybe. But i'm not i'm not going to be able to hold back the tide the lion and the wolf. We're going to right at each other's throat like pretty soon you know it could be. It could be a couple of days. It could be a week but nets absolutely gonna find out the truth and that's going to start a war and larios basically saying you gotta delay. You've got a delay. We're not ready for warrior right so that that much. I think we can sort of up to fact that these two are they absolutely want to use a war to their benefit right but the question about that is the timing. There's there's the timing of the war is crucial all right so then building from that of course we have to ask the question. Why why do these to think that the timing of a civil war will benefit them. And i think that maybe as the story progresses it benefits them because there's this black fire intrigue that they have to put in place as they wanna put a you know a a hidden target syrian on the throne. Something like that right But you're suggesting that that that could not be the case because george has not invented that yet. Yeah that's exactly it might be. I don't think that i am search. I mean for example if you need to hedge night There's not a whisper. Dissolve a hit but the black ever existed is until the second story after georgia's already by tails out the word backfires invention. A soma swords is the first reference suit. When he said he wanted to valley. I mean he sent us that family tree back then and we saw this black fire and we saw a goal rivers bitter steel. I time all for that matter. We saw renewed rivers For the first time in that tree. So george did not have them in mind until he didn't fight. Imprinted brennan rivers is a whole other thing about the shape of the story of course because if he didn't exists i actually talked about this particular point like you know. I knew that he had created a family tree and yet brenner. Rubers is going to have this big rule.

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"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

07:47 min | 3 months ago

"arya" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"I talk slash argue over a number of topics but somewhere in there we cover arias overhearing of various and alarios conversation. Elliott has a fascinating theory of his own about what that scene was originally meant and how we have to read it differently. Now that martin has extended the plot. Stephen i talk slash argue over my least favorite episode. Yes least favorite episode of the entire. Hbo adaptation and i'm including any episodes of season seven and eight and for my bird's eye view include a short conversation that i had with a fan from belgium so without further do here as elliot m garcia junior. So eliot. i'm really interested to hear your take on this chapter. It absolutely is the kind of chapter that you experience differently on a reread. I absolutely it's one of the inefficiential. Read when you read if you read the book series that you haven't Like there was a time when this the book. I read after give Wasn't anything else available. Yob once you get river on was he goes over. All of the series You start putting together pieces. Knee realize But this was a very pretentious and very important ticker episode towards a greater story of these firem- what's going on behind. The scenes isn't immediately evident. Let me just do a quick synopsis of the chapter and then we can kind of fill in the details. Aria is chasing cats again. She has designs unin especially cunning tom. When she is confronted by marcella and tom in lancaster confuse her for a low born. Boy and leonard guard tries to grab her but aria is too fast and pushes tom into the floor before escaping out a narrow window she runs through the mazes of the red keep until she finds herself in a dark cavern filled with monstrous skulls. Aria steals her courage and runs toward a door to discover a large cistern with a spiraling zehr case she over. Here's a confrontation between two mysterious men. After overhearing several details she can't quite discern she hides follows them and listens a bit more. Finally she follows a tunnel out the castle grounds and makes her way back to her father's room. Ned scolds her and refuses to listen to her story. They're interrupted by urine. Who has news for ned. Aria leaves wondering if her father's life is in danger. The you wanna talk. The character theme a plot point. Or shall you and i climb the ladder of chaos as opposed to the way letter chaos. Because it is. It is the chaos of creativity among variation We start getting the story from georgia. How fire came to be the story of how he the first thing he had was finding a dead dire will do in the summer snow right and not launched into writing a few chapters but he was still working hollywood and then he decided to write. This trilogy already hit trilogy. Just to include people in who don't know the story. Originally asong advice fire was meant to be a trilogy exactly and many thought. Maybe it's maybe it's not three books. Maybe it's four bucks right. Yeah and then. And then he'll launched into a second book a kasha kings and very soon in the process he realized although i'm wrong this is more than four books as well and he stopped everything. He said he stopped his work and he started a outlining. And and sort of structuring of biggie. Of it exactly how he was going to get. There's at it's six books. Val he starts six books for very long. Time is now seven. Maybe it'll be more. I don't know i can't say anything. I won't say anything. Love that but he. But basically i wrote a book. He's a phase Originally is six folks and he's created a pretty broad lab. He's trying to stick to as best he can. So a game of thrones is a book that was born out of initial trilogy. At the end of it he got asked running a little long cut off some of it l. Put it at the start of the the next book but what always struck them up. This particular bit is. How was george going to make the whole story move quickly. What did he think was going on. What is it artif- things at. He added when he said okay. Six eighty to ad. I know i have the mean story. Fred's that i wanted to do. They're gonna take longer than i fought so i have to fill in got had to create additional plots to kind of fill in the story at around the year about making ninety nine. Two thousand were communicating. George regularly or websites. Were doing Heraldry were doing. We're answering questions. Were happening out mistakes and he sometimes like you know. He's using us for help them. Like remember detail read it. He had written earlier and all that stuff and he said you know. I just oughta row completing the to gary and family tree because what he started even owns he like he had started writing. He said i'll create the the list of kings l. dot donald details but he didn't have a whole family tree right and it's a. It's a tangled family extremely. It's extremely Julia caldians had nothing on them And and another thing that i developed out of that and it has to do with the hedge knight lucia britain in the prequel. Kind of to fire is he. Greets whole block fire thing right the backfires. The black fires did not exist for air to sometime around the end. The plastic so so one of the things that made him think this is bigger than i thought was the sort of the backfire pretenders that we that we meet toward the end of dan. I guess we throughout dance right. Yeah well. At least we believe there. Thurs the possibility of maybe even. But you know. I all. I bet i own. Beside at george's is drawing. Authorities fire started at a little bit as a kind of awarded. Roses made into fantasy shirt and he knows the history doors roses. You did have pretenders jordan pretending to be Mother princess tower And so on. So i i think georgia okay great. I'll throw from out. I'll have pretender prince and that'll be part of the story. So vis pretender prince will we discover tyrian Meet scenario when he learns about he's gonna go meet griffin. He needs his young griff who is apparently prince agin son of regard yeah Always detailed around. Have i said okay. We'll wait a second. George didn't invent any of that. Would he was running rooms. He had no idea about it. There's no way are you could have overheard any of those details in this conversation because the steel have not been invented yet right exactly. Yeah exactly so but then the question is what is what are they doing. I think boris delirious role initial trilogy. And what are over. Here's is perhaps very different from what be towards. The gardner ended up developing out about shirt so to me like this. This is this is like one of the most intriguing pieces of the puzzle about what the story would have. Been to begin with.

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"arya" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

05:32 min | 4 months ago

"arya" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"You're getting in thirds position so they're testing it out right now with a thousand exclusive palatine members. Nick and i were invited. It's weird and the full launch comes early. Twenty twenty two to anyone who has a peleton by jack also. Funny thing about the timing on this because water. Netflix announced last week video games. They hope to launch next year. Netflix and peleton's jack. What's the takeaway for our buddies overpowering. The post couch era means some exciting new things for us. Yes knackers we've moved beyond the quarantine cash. The united states is more open even though we're dealing with the delta area it's the post couch era we can go outside. We can meet people in person to do things. That's fresh competition for our time and any kind of competition that drives innovation peleton knows for fitness. You could ride an actual bike or joined that baseball league. You haven't been here for two years. Net flicks knows. You.

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"arya" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

02:35 min | 4 months ago

"arya" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"This is this is jack and this is snacks. Daily is wednesday midweek july twenty first dick. We got a yoyo week on wall street. Tweet totally do doubt fell seven hundred points on monday. The dow jumped almost six hundred points. Yesterday i this is the best one yet of our pods by recording from a tractor. Supply petting zoo turkeys chickens. Jacker story what are we bull. Arou- is going public as the biggest bowling alley in the war. I'm jack welcome to the era of the casual athlete. Grill thing or our second story at arcades. You used to tap the buttons as fast as possible to get the top score with peleton's new cycling video game. Yeah that's a think your panel is hard as he can pick mario but with huge quad peleton has a video game. Madeira joins the s&p five hundred. Today nick graduation cloven vaccine was just the beginning. I'm mean madeira. it's become the The arya stark of medicine but before it does three stores right. Mix jack i'd love. Nothing makes bama prouder to things thinks first thing calling her. Call your mother today. Positive pod call your mother second. If you go into business with your sibling your mom will be thrilled. Choubey so happy. Which brings us to the big news. Jack and i noticed peyton manning and eli manning will co host monday night football games together now on. Espn radio show. We're talking espn. Two ten games over the next three seasons. Stop poking me and this is my microphone. Does dad text. you t. Wind of thank you. What is dad's deal at doesn't know how to tax. I'll tell you. This duo most combined victories against tom. Brady of any media duo ever jacomb checking out the whiteboard here Thirteen feet total broadcasting height largest combined forehead surface area broadcasting history but. Here's the thinks knackers sibling. Duos there now. A scalable trend got ilan and kimbal. Musk yeah you do. Investing in each other's businesses both now worth billions..

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"arya" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

05:44 min | 6 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

"Arya. Todd and I wholeheartedly recommend son Lux to all of our prince and listeners out there because there are only two kinds of solar companies in central Texas son Lux and everybody else. Look at their reviews Online hundreds of raving reviews, bring your home into the 21st century and stop wasting money by waiting to go Solar calls Son Lux today Tell him Todd and Johnson should call 877467 67 12 Or go to son lux dot com. 8774676712 or go to Son, lux dot com. Jeffrey Epstein's longtime confidante, Julian Maxwell, transferred to a federal detention center in New York City to await sex trafficking charges. It's the same jail where Epstein committed suicide last summer, a rare nine to nothing verdict from the U. S. Supreme Court Monday, the justices ruling that states can punish so called faithless electors. High court upholding state laws, punishing them for casting electoral college votes other than the way there states voted, and the justices evidently don't like rubble calls any better than the rest of US. Court upheld a federal law that bans those calls from going to your cellphone writing for the majority Justice Cavanaugh's saying this quote Americans passionately disagree about many things, but they are largely united in their disdain for robo calls. So in 2015 there was actually a change to the law. There was this exception that would allow for Robocop. Lt's tied to efforts to collect debts owed to the government that was severed out from the law. The overall law and that part of it was struck down to the federal ban on Robo calls two cell phones that remains in place. It will now include collection calls related to government death. Fox's Shannon Bream, the Pentagon brass, reportedly suggesting the stars and bars be banned from U. S military facilities. Multiple sources tell Fox News a draft agreement by the secretaries for the Army, Navy and Air Force recommends barring the display. Of the Confederate flag on military bases, ships and other public places. The band would not apply to displays that are part of historical art or paintings. Ah, final decision rests with Defense Secretary Mark Esper. He requested recommendations from service chiefs last month about racial issues the Marine Corps initially banned to display of the Confederate flag. Earlier this year, The Navy signaled the same Before Respert requested a review in a consistent Defense Department policy. Jared Halpern Fox news and I'm Jack Callahan. This's Fox news. Travis County's plan to bring Tesla to the area is finding a lot of support. Along with numerous community members. The Austin Chamber of Commerce has also given support President CEO Laura Hoffman says Tesla coming to Del Valley wouldn't be good news would be great news could be game changing an instrumental our economic recovery in Central Texas. And that's not hyperbole is a real job really people during a very difficult from Texas Electric transportation resource is Alliance calls it a win win win for the state, County and Environment. Patrick Osborne. NewsRadio Kale, BJ One person is dead in a small plane crash just Around. Rock blames the county Sheriff Robert Jodie tells reporters on the scene. Only one person was found in the plane and one in 10 students. Last Mr didn't complete assignments or respond to teacher request while working at home. Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Moran calls it the Koven slide and says the impact from that is tough to nail down because students didn't take exit exams. Your kale, BJ.

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"arya" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"arya" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Yeah. And they're gonna take take your burgers. So I'm not sitting by. A spreadsheet has been started. That's biz. I've never started a stretch spreadsheet before. I was you know, absolutely ready to kill right. Yes. I mean, look yet. And you saw Arya stark. She had that spreadsheet going only for various peacocks on this. Let's talk about the true danger to America that is Ilhan Omar, antisemitic statements about Israel. So she was at a bookstore answering somebody's question about her perceived antisemitic comments when she pointed out that there are Isreaeli lobbies that fund various lobbying efforts that shape our foreign policy in policy, and she said I wanted to talk about the political influence in this country that says it's okay for people to push for allegiance to a foreign country. I want to ask why is it? Okay. For me to talk about the influence of the NRA or fossil fuel industries are big pharma. And not talk about a powerful lobbying group that is influencing policy so that few could hear, but those eight clearly the words of an anti Semite. Well, the thing that her critics are jumping on is this dual. Loyalty trope that has been used Antesa medically that people who are loyal to American Israel that their allegiance to Israel makes them anti-american. And a lot of people take that go further, and they say by extension every Jewish person can't be trusted if this trope if this is what they're actually hanging on the evidence for the anti semitism for now you so the word allegiance, right? Exactly. And I mean, the dual loyalty thing it's not exclusively for Jews. I mean Japanese Americans had to deal with it during World War Two and Muslims, especially have this. Same thing of. Oh, you don't know. Who are they loyal to are? They really American are they not? So it's just one of these moments where I'm when I look at it. I'm like what I get that her words, you know, as maybe it was slightly awkwardly worded that it opened her up again to being able for people to criticize what she's saying. But at the same time, I know what she's getting. That with the statement she's saying that I can talk about the NRA these other industries that influence policy. I'm talking specifically about a foreign country that has also influencing our foreign policy, but Oliver critics just want to avoid having a proper like nuanced debate over the relationship between the United States in Israel. Right. And I think they're also reacting to what she looks like, right? She's yeah. She's engine job and she's Muslim. And so it's very that's what I'm saying. Like, I think y'all are more Islam Afo bec- than her being antisemitic. Right because when other people like, you know, for example, Jim Jordan, the fucking great man out of Ohio comes out saying he tweeted at Jerry, Nadler, who's Jewish? I said at least pretend to be serious about factfinding, Jerry Nadler, as we said judiciary committee chairman he goes on. He says, quote, Nadler feeling the heat big time jumps to Tom stiers conclusion. The S is a dollar sign impeaching our president before I document request. Okay. That is textbook. Antisemitism. Right. You know what? I mean. Tom Steiner is also Jewish. You know, I'm not seeing much backlash from his party about this tweet when that's straight straight up. You know, anti-semitist you're not seeing much from his. Wow. Down with love. So I mean, and I'm sure that this is just going to keep happening. And you know, think I'd she has just like pretty direct and relentless with her viewpoints on things. But it's just like if if people don't come at her just treating relations, not even a legitimate member than it's I don't know. It's just like that. There's no respect for her position at all. It's just completely de-legitimizing. So the the house is now, you know, Democrats are now trying to drag her and put a resolution on the floor condemning. Yeah. Yeah. Democrats are because they're the ones being like, okay..

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