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Episode 208 Demons 2 - burst 25
"But it says the scene where hannah has a baby was not a part of the original script. Originally hannah's baby would become a demon inside her and claw. Its way out. Well yeah that's what we wanted. We expected this. Yes exactly but the scene was taken out when lamberto bava and your gento decided. They wanted a happier ending for once. I don't know and we wanted it. We paid for this. Yeah the last seven minutes of the film. I'll i'm thinking of is wins. Baby gonna turn wins his gonna turn come on yes come on and it didn't give it to us want to see that thing flying somebody attacking also that kid came out like a slick. His mom's vagina was like a car. Wash there's not a speck of anything on it.
"bava" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Yes. Did he wrote that too? I enjoyed that that was a that was interesting. Take it was way croupier than the one with Kevin. Bacon you know. Although that was fun too. I barely remember though I remember thinking well, he's obviously going to immediately use it to be on girls and he did which is exactly what anybody would do. Man who found out he was invisible would. Immediately go out and start peeping. Yeah. Sad truth the look all animals. Well. But now that was a Lotta Fun I really enjoyed that I think is a good place to kick off for our. Halloween fess. What are we going to call it? I put in your settled on Toyota phone. We are totally going full on Toyota thon or slashing prices. So far I have watched two films and preparation for this month long of horror extravaganza rapid, just ramping up to Halloween ramping I am. Totally, going down some films that I needed to. Separate but as well as just get my slasher fix on Gotcha. I'm excited. I'm I'm. I'm GonNa, do some research we are going to. Do some many reviews on a bunch of horror films as many as we can. Stuff that we probably won't be able to watch because of our stupid rules we upon ourselves. Maybe but will find a way you know will bend the rules gently if we can I, think the yarn is on hold after this. Okay. We don't have to make any connections for our Toyota Thon. Horror. Fest a Hall Pass. As possible that we could do maybe if a movie has a sequel or like a spiritual sequel, we could talk about both in the same episode major now there's nothing wrong with that. Yeah. That's I got a good one. So I'm excited to are I I'm just excited about watching as many horror films as possible yet we don't have cable. So we kind of miss that like just endless AMC you know. Ramp Up. The thirty days of Halloween. Yes. Don't get that anymore and it kind of forces me to watch movies that I otherwise probably would. So after really get outside the box but granted those movies that they usually have in those are little bit boxed. A little bit but then it seems like later on into the night like after midnight, they will play some like old seventies. On House, Shit and I I've seen some strange models on their before I've seen some things. Yeah. They they do some Baba you Mario Bava awesome. I can't wait. We need to play around with Baba Yeah. We need to get back to the Italians yeah. There's a lot of these there are some exciting stuff coming on? Happy to do it. Yeah check out all of our social media bullshit. Is Bullshit facebook instagram twitter Yeah. By some of our Merch, we really need to sell some t shirts. The T shirts are cool. I wore my tank top this weekend and They did a good job on like I'm wearing mine right now. Excited to bring some new stuff coming up. You got anything else..
Businesses Complain Generous Jobless Benefits Make It Hard To Find Workers
"Tens of millions of people are out of work because of the corona virus but if they apply for unemployment they get six hundred dollars a week which is more than some were making in their previous jobs. That was a deliberate effort. By Congress to cushion the economic fallout from the pandemic but now those benefits are getting a second. Look here's NPR chief. Economics correspondent Scott horsely preschool teacher. Lady Morris has been out of work for more than two months but the Portland Oregon Childcare Center. Where she worked is thinking about reopening. Moore's is dreading it as much as she loves the infants and toddlers. She used to care for. They always have naughty faces. It's just one cold effort and other. That's just the name of the game in daycare and it feels just like an epicenter for spreading disease and it feels really scary to go back to that preschool. Teachers don't make a lot of money. Thanks the extra six hundred dollars a weekend. Unemployment benefits the federal government offering during the pandemic. Moore's is actually making more now than she did on the job. She hate to give that up if she and her fellow preschool. Teachers are called back to work. It's terrible to say but we're all doing better now. It's hard to think about going back to work in this pandemic and getting paid less than we are right now. Where we're safe at home and minute quaranteed. Atoms of Gravel Switch Kentucky is in no hurry to go back to work either. The cracker barrel restaurant where he worked has just started offering limited indoor dining again after weeks of takeout. Only service. Adams's worried though. Too many people are still getting sick. I don't feel like it's over yet. I would wait to see as things we open. If the case load increases again for now Adams has decided to stay home mostly out of concern for the four elderly relatives. He lives with but the extra six hundred dollars a week and unemployment. He's receiving did factor into his decision. I would say it has to some extent it still really needs to be more about my family members but it's been very generous having the cares act. Some business owners complained that generous unemployment benefits are making it harder for them to find workers. Rachel Davis runs a consignment shop in Warren's bird Missouri since reopening this month she's been buying hand sanitizer by the gallant disinfectant. Is My new fragrance. She jokes she's living traffic in the store to three customers at a time and everyone who comes in must wear a mask customers have thanked us for that and my sales are actually up since we reopened. Davis also gave her part time employees. A modest raise but the ten to eleven dollars an hour. They make is far less than they work. Electing on unemployment one of her four workers has not come back. I know I shouldn't take it personally. That she's doing what she feels is in her best interest but as an employer actually. Kinda hurt economist at the University of Chicago estimate. More than two-thirds of the workers unemployment are making more in jobless benefits than they did at work in some two to three times as much. That's a stark reminder of just how low the pay is in many hard hit industries when millions of low wage workers were suddenly forced to stop working to protect public health economist. Joseph Vavra says there were good reasons for the federal government to step in with some relief. Getting people money today so that you can buy groceries and NOCCO hungry getting people money so they can pay their rent. The basic necessities of life kind of makes sense still bobber and his colleague. Peter Gong say the flat six hundred dollars a week. Benefit does create questions of fairness especially when other low income workers are still on the job doing essential. Work if you're a janitor and you work at a hospital you're facing increased risk at your job and likely have not received a pay raise but if you're janitor and you worked at a school that's shut down and you actually get fifty percent raise from claiming unemployment benefits likewise retail workers on furlough or collecting forty two percent more on average from unemployment than the grocery workers who are still busy stocking shelves. The six hundred dollar week benefits are set to expire at the end of July and Congress has to decide whether to extend them good on. Bava argue with double digit unemployment. Maintaining some kind of increased benefits will be vital but they suggest those benefits could be more closely to workers old paychecks so as not to discourage a return to work so new chartier and her husband opted not to go back to their old jobs with a Wisconsin. Furniture store customers. There aren't required to wear masks then short worries about infecting her mother-in-law. We're lucky and we can decide to stay home. And I'm grateful for that and I know so. Many people can't make that decision and I. It's really hard but we don't have feel like it's safe to go out short to your nose turning down. Her old job may cost her unemployment benefits and she started look for new jobs. Maybe one she can do from home or while. Otherwise avoiding risk her number one question for would be employers. What are you doing to protect your workers?
What happened between the US and Iran?
"The sound taken from Customs Lemonis funeral procession held yesterday in Tehran. The Iranian military he commander and head of the was killed on the third of January in a targeted. USS Strike. At back that airport. The death is expected to have repercussions just Iran and in the US but for the whole of the Middle East and beyond notch. My boobs look mayor the F. T.. Tehran correspondent is on the line. Tell us more high notch may commit start with what's what's happened. What prompted the US to launch a strike that killed Selemani any warning on Friday? It seems general survey money and for other Iranians hands as well as his Iraqi comrades. Where going to the airport when their cars were hit by Western strikes targeted assassination? The attack was a few days after iranian-backed Iraqi militias attacked the US embassy in Bava and after a civilian contractor was killed by a rocket attack the US blamed on Iranian backed militia in the US considered these as Iran crossing. Its redline by causing direct threats to American nationals and interests in the the region but now all of the says the US cross it's red line by targeting senior commander of the Iranian revolutionary. Surrey bought too many Iranians the national hero and because many reunions with it he kept the country safe from any foreign aggression and Security in Iran at a time other countries in the region where inflame people have been concerned. I'm for some time. The Iraq could become a flash point in the escalating tensions between the US and Iran. Can you tell us what Sulejmani was doing in Baghdad. And what is it that so frustrates the US. About Iran's role in Iraq was believed to be traveling quite frequently in the region in particular too Iraq Syria Lebanon where Iran's proxy forces are but he admonish initial kick very good relations with Iraqis. I can say that today. Iraq is more essential to Iran than any any other neighbor because of the US Sanchez which have exerted huge limitations on your own on. Banking transactions experts so Iran Iran exports around ten billion dollars of Iraq which is essentially judge the survival of Iran's economy on their the US sanctions but also like the Iraqi militias who are here as are extremely crucial. For Iran in its regional policies to standardize astounding stay yours to curb the influence of regional rivals so for Jerusalem money. It was essential to frequently Goto Auto Iraq Syria and Lebanon to keep these forces together down carry out. Iran's regional visions which are carrying having an influence of the U. S. is raid on regional rights. Of course the US would say that General Suleimani xt not supported backed mobilized militias river in Iraq. In Lebanon in Syria in Yemen which destabilizing the region and the trump administration is accused of the money of causing hundreds of American deaths. But that's been long known that Iran does sponsor militias across the Middle East. How did we get to this? Where do we trace the start of this escalation back to? I mean does it go back to Donald Trump's decision to unilaterally autry withdrawal the US from the nuclear deal Iran sign. We've all POWs in two thousand eighteen. This disconnection of their her latest goes back to two thousand eighteen when President Donald Trump decided to pull the US out of the nuclear accord order that it had signed with Iran and reimpose sanctions. Obviously Iran suffer from the consequences of Science Salat and after that Iran tried to use its leverage in the region to give it's power some analysts. Believe that one they would come that Iran on your sit at the negotiating table and on that day. Iran needs to have bargaining chips. Necessarily money was in charge of that side of Iran's leverage to keep the proxy forces powerful unto put divers under pressure
"bava" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Association health plans as an alternative to a Bava care and other government run healthcare. Senator Mike Enzi says the Trump administration issued a ruling last year allowing more businesses to ban together for the purposes of offering an association health plan alliances. It could be based on industry or even geography small businesses in unrelated professions might band together just within my state of Wyoming after a federal judge struck down some of those plans as being inconsistent with ObamaCare energy this week proposed the association health plan act if twenty nineteen buying new reporting. Man said his jacket on fire outside the White House Friday, according to the US secret service, uniformed officers immediately responded to the man who is sitting in an electron wheelchair type scooter along Pennsylvania Avenue on the north side of the White House officers extinguish the fire and provided. First aid secret service says the man was taken to a local hospital with what appears to be non-life-threatening injuries. What else correspondent, Greg Clugston? How will Benjamin Netanyahu's re election impact is ready Palestinian peace negotiations? When asked about Isreaeli Palestinian talks, President Trump expressed enthusiasm with Netanyahu remaining as Israel's prime minister. We have now a better chance with Phoebe one with additional insight. Salem, talk host and former Trump advisor, Dr Sebastian Gorka, you have to have both signs acting in good faith will the Trump administration has realized with Jason green button, others that only one side has been acting in good faith, four years, if not decades, and that's Israel. The White House peace plan is expected now to be unveiled with Netanyahu remaining in power georgiana reporting. Luke Walton is odd as coach the Lakers after three losing seasons. Team says.
"bava" Discussed on 20/20
"You remember cutting? That. Keister DARPA face to place. It was crucial in the trial for Loretta Bava to have people who could come and say look psychiatrist, and I look at what happened in her life and the evidence around it she snapped he suffered from major depressive disorder stress disorder. She had an acute deterioration for mental state at that time and became psychotic a psychotic episode. She knew what she was. Couldn't help herself. She attempt the weapon, which was the instrument of torture. That is her husband's. Even the prosecutors. Witnesses state psychiatrists psychologists said she was a battered woman the difference between the state doctors are doctor was they said she had the ability to restrain herself which would be incompatible with the impulse to or temporary sanity. So if this wasn't a reaction to abuse. Why do you think she knows off your pantry moles? Does she want to keep the marriage? She wanted everything she dreamed about. Now, it was falling apart. And she wanted to either keep it together. If you couldn't then retaliate to hurt deeply emotionally, and she was acting on that by your verdict can restore a little bit of self for spec. So she can walk out of this courtroom, whether hit I've just kept saying to myself, hopefully, they will consider all that other evidence income at where they fair just. But the that would come but only throw fuel on the fire of the country's gender wars..
"bava" Discussed on The IVY Podcast
"Can still exams and. You're. All right. I'm gonna give you the Mike start wrapping. And then you just start writing about atomic you ready. You got it. Graphic? No, you're not. Okay. How do I switch back? Okay. Great. Okay. So what are we learn there because it's all experiment. So actually it's pretty difficult to both simultaneously rap and do another linguistic task at the same time. But actually, I mean surprisingly making both sort of do it a little bit, right? You were able to get a couple of words out Bava got a couple more out hit a little bit more practice. So even though you are utilizing these language areas of the brain while rapping, there's still some sort of cognitive reserve leftover to simultaneously do another linguistic task. But what if we just take it up one more notch? Right. What about? What about freestyle rap? So this is where it's completely fun tedious. You know, it's this. It's it's we call Martinez creativity. You have to come up with lyrics in the moment. Think about them. They have to Ryan have to stay on beat has to make sense. It's really complex cognitive task trying to freak them. So the question is can you freestyle about Titanic and then a new simultaneously, right? Something different about Titanic while you're you're free styling. He's okay. Barrio bava. He go first. Performance of this task into the uterus. Freestyler y tendon candidate by name is Titanic rocking. This yet. Check seven that was a really big grossing movie by James Cameron. Yes, indeed, check it out that got flows. The her win that movie was hot. They called the rose talking. The actress seem. That's right. The insect like inception. You said it was Kate Winslet. She's checking. Go check in check in check in check. Checking said. That's right. I'm on Titanic freezing like the fucking ice cube in the shit. They're not gonna pick up in the that's coming around. I guess I'm really stuck. Okay. Check it out my life. Yo this is me. Scaping in a life. Be check it. I own the world come on baby draw me like one of your course, girl. It's hard. All right. That's right. Just just get your.
"bava" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Pm. It's Ivan Reitman's nineteen Eighty-four classic comedy Ghostbusters out. They throwing out the AMC theater. Former Sundance on the near west side stars Bill Murray. Dan, Aykroyd herald grants. Sigourney Weaver and Ernie Hudson, they bust ghost. It's, you know, pretty brilliant. There's hints of lovecraft you'll love it at the Ghostbusters one thirty seven fifteen pm tomorrow at the AFC also screening tomorrow at seven pm. Part of the spotlight cinema series. Curated by Mike king Madison museum of contemporary art downtown. Bisbee seventeen. Radically combining collaborative documentary, western musical elements. The film follows several members of the close knit community. As they attempt to reckon with their own towns. Darkest hour in nineteen seventeen nearly two thousand immigrant miners on strike for better wages, and we just didn't see for working conditions were violently rounded up by armed neighbors heard it onto cattle cars and shipped into the middle of a new Mexican desert and left there to die. The long buried and largely forgotten event. Humidity known as the bisbee deportation. The film is getting overwhelmingly positive reviews. Film's? Historical advisor will actually be at the screening and there'll be a Q and Amee following. That's the medicine museum of contemporary art. On State Street bisbee seventeen from Robert green screening at seven pm. Looking forward to that one. Then Thursday at seven pm. An Italian science fiction horror film from Mario Bava planet of the vampires story follows the horrific experiences of the crew members of two giant spaceships have crash landed on the forbidding unexplored planet the disembodied inhabitants of the world possessed. The bodies of the crew who died during the crash and use the animated corpse to stalk and kill the remaining survivors reviews for that are generally quite positive at least for Shawqi gory. John fair as planner the vampires from Mario Bava from nineteen sixty five three at the marquee theater in Union South at seven pm on Thursday. And then at seven pm. At the mills folly micro cinema at the arts and literature laboratory twenty twenty one winnebago street that's on Thursday at seven thirty pm is the Illinois parables. From Deborah strapping came out in two thousand sixteen. Suite of midwestern parables that questioned the historical role belief has played in ideology and national identity and experimental documentary. Composed of regional vignettes about faith forced technology and exodus eleven parables rela- histories of settlement removal, technological breakthrough violence messy Anisim and resistance all occurring somewhere in the state of Illinois. That's getting positive reviews, in fact, all nine reviews Mito site give it a thumbs up. That's at twenty twenty one winnebago street seven thirty pm on Thursday. That's the annoy parables. The arts and literature laboratory part of the mills folly micro cinema series. Going on over there that are friends James Krell key rates. What else is happening? Thursday through Saturday at ten pm out at the point in palace theater is the Marcus theatres you'll be screening the exorcist William freed kipnes film from nineteen Seventy-three Ellen Burstyn. Linda, Blair, Jason Miller and max von inside our star in this horror story about demonic possession of a twelve year old girl as an extra ten minutes of graphic footage added for its releasing thousands. I think they're playing that version nominated for ten Oscars the first horror film ever nominated for the best picture. That's the exorcist ten pm. Thursday, Friday and Saturday night at either the point or Palestinians, six thirty PM on Friday. Can you tell that it's halloween's coming near because yet another horror film? This is a quiet place. Greening at six thirty pm both at the Alicia Ashman library, seven thirty three high point road and penny library two or four cottage grove road. On Friday follows a family of four who must live in silence while hiding from creatures that hunt by sound stars Emily blunt in her husband, and director of the film. John Grisons ski. It was quite acclaimed when I back when I wrote this one hundred percent at the rotten tomatoes. Don't know if it still does. Ruthlessly intelligent creature feature. That is original as it is scary at an eighty out of one hundred metacritic. It's pretty great screening both at Alicia Ashman library and penny libraries at six thirty PM on Friday. And then at seven PM on Friday. The UW cinematheque will be screening a restoration of Frank Hannon loaders schlocky horror film basket case from nine hundred eighty two. Young Dwayne arrives in New York City with a basket containing his twisted demented, waist high brother Belial. Communicating telepathically. The former conjoined twins are out for revenge. Macuac doctors who screwed up the operation that separated them cinematheque is calling it a low budget horror comedy cult classic though from its premise in what I've seen of it. I'm reluctant to be so generous that's at the cinematheque forty seventy seven PM. On friday. That's basket case from nineteen eighty two. On Saturday at seven pm. The Arabia cinematheque is continuing its silent. Film screenings with a new four K restoration of Frank Brasilia's. Seventh heaven from nineteen twenty seven based on the phenomenally successful Broadway play of the same name resides. Magnum opus features a stoic para sewer worker desiring elevated to the position of street cleaner. Janet, gainer, please. Vulnerable Gammon, Diane who when victimized by unscrupulous sister is. Saved by Chico, the aforementioned street cleaner. No, wait, sewer worker. Aspires to street cleaner ship. Sooner delicate love is interrupted by the call to arms gainer when the first ever Academy Award for best actress for her performance apprise, it also exempted recognized her work in Brazil, gay street angel and Murnau's sunrise nominated for best picture, though. It didn't call that. They didn't call that at time. I believe was outstanding picture or something. And won for best director. And adapted screenplay as well. So a good year. At the Oscars for seventh heaven. New restoration features the original movie, tone score and sound effects will be introduced by Katie trainer film, collections manager at.
"bava" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Strategy in Savar on your Husni Dan's as the savvy nodoze on cough, and I am super excited to welcome guests. He's going to help me break it down and I'm just going to cut straight to of its xenon himself entering it who said, Henry welcome to the podcast. Thanks. How great bay on the rap podcast with you. We got to chat loss g. when we kind of did a deep dive into your game, absolutely love loved that, and we need to definitely get you want again to discuss everything. Yeah, it's great. And now I've seen most of the house as in, so it'd be really good to actually Breiqa Dan and had a lot of information bond us on overplays Henry. We're going to get into the episodes and all that in a second. But let's just a general catch out because I'm sure the the listens would love to hear from someone who definitely made season two strains of what it was and that was yourself. And I'm sure people would love to hear what you have been up to and what you've been doing since we lost loss g because you and I have hung out, plenty times being from the same city, but everyone else wants to know what you've been out. Yeah, not so much. Just fun along started a masses of teaching degree which should be finished next year and just some other campaigns Charis. But to be honest enough about. The cost. So such a modest, you don't wanna talk. I'm sure you can go onto Instagram and you can, and you can hear all of that. We've even got you on Twitter this you haven't Wayne. Yeah, you got me on Twitter off the first with Russell hand. So you'll price more watching and tweet? Auntie on episode Bava if Ivan remember, but absolutely darn fall. I made. I just let me sign my things and pace..
"bava" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"If you took a weapon and fired at a relatively small thing that probably doesn't have a lot of internal skeleton. There's a lot of mush in there and when you put a bullet in them, well, you get a lot of mush. Yeah, I I, I definitely think as far as the gore is concerned, this was way ahead of what was typically being done at the time. And of course it landed into trouble with the British board of film censors. They insisted on some const not just to what you see, but also to what she'd hear those sound effects, which are kind of a solar straw effect, but very, very good and it. It conveys the notion of something, the notion of something really nasty that was downplayed in the British prints. And even the American version I believe was cut slightly or it's the agile release, although it was restored for the criterion DVD. So it was definitely head of the curve as far as that goes really as far as graphic gore in the nineteen fifties go. The only movie that I can think of the head some images that were kind of similarly, Roussum was a recurrent of Rada Mario Bava film from fifty nine co county. The immortal monster was Hesam rather gruesome. Shots of sort of flesh being strip away from the Bom, but he didn't get a lot of that in the fifties into the early sixties really until he started the see things like the Herschell Gordon Lewis films, which I, you know, we're, we're done in such a way they were so over the top and the couldn't really take them too seriously. But I think the the Laura facts in this film and the abundance of. Lead splatter exits get at the end of the film were really very effective for the time. Looks very good in black and white. By the way, I think that was the right choice for this particular film. I really looking at it. I was thinking of conversation, but I had many years ago with friend of mine friend who's significantly older than we are and why it very much not a fan of this sort of movie with why he and I often land up talking about them..
"bava" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast
"Trucks driving next to on the freeway or the expressions going across the face of someone you're trying to sell a prospect or your partner, and you can aim this present moment awareness internally where my feeling inside what's going on. What's my good telling me here about this weird situation? I'm in the middle of so my, that's what mindfulness is a broader definition. People start adding things like acceptance, self acceptance, self compassion, sort is being in the flow. I'm okay with all that. I just find though it's useful to distinguish the mindfulness itself from those other things because then you can focus on what what would it really helped me to grow? Right. To answer your question then to be able to grow the good, you've got to be able to sustain. Attention to it. And in effect, the tension is like a spotlight in a vacuum cleaner. It eliminates what it rests upon and then it sucks. It Indio the old line. You are what you eat really more profoundly you. Are you pay attention to what you take into yourself attention as the front end of the process of who you are becoming. So mindfulness is what enables you to be aware of where your attention is going, and it's a necessary aspect of being able to control your attention and keep it on what's useful. So you suck it in yourself. And to pull your attention away, especially given the negativity bias from the crap that you don't want to suck into yourself. So for me, mindfulness is is a necessary prerequisite for cultivation would be abroad term. A quick cool idea had I'd about if other people think it's a good one, but I think it's neat. I don't. I think of practice. How do you engage life right? Call that inward practice? How do you practice? I don't mean like practicing the piano again. And again, I mean, how do you engage life? How do you deal with situations that are far from perfect you gotta deal with in your life? How do you deal with remind how do you practice? And I think practice is like a three legged stool comprised of in traditional terms because they sound neat in Pali, the language of early Buddhism. It's called meta Suttie Bava and Polly is very close to sanskrit. So meta is loving kindness, compa-. Ashen warm heartedness. Sati is mindfulness and Bava is learning its cultivation development over time. And to me, they come together having a warm part, paying attention growing along the way. Right, loving knowing and growing all along the way. So I'm really interested in third leg of that stool. The cultivation growth leg of the stool is what I think a lot of people leave out some people's three legged stool. A practice is like a pogo stick buying buying the guy, one thing or stilts, you know, and I know people man who are good at mindfulness and they have a cold heart and they're not growing along the way. They're great meditators, but they're just prunes, all dried up and self absorbed. Forget it anyway, kind of defeats the whole purpose. So what do you recommend? How often should people should they do this every day or bringing me back to earth? I was wondering as good combat command. So well, so there's one thing to be mindful as you go through day, right? And then it is true that meditation and you find a meditation to work for you. And I talk about that in a moment, but it is true that meditation is a great way to train mindfulness. And also meditation tends to have other benefits to calms down the stress chemistry in the body. And because meditation is like a deep immersion in a feeling of calm, strong wellbeing, which is good neurons that fire together wire together. So it's a nice opportunity to kind of marinate in a good way of being a sense of calm wellbeing. That's kind of the essence of the meditative process and the result of it. If if you're finding a meditation to works for you, so how much here's my rule of thumb a minute or more a day, make a moral commitment. I made that commitment myself. I don't know fifteen years ago probably to mid meditate. A minute or more day. Now, some people's form a meditation will be prayer. That's fine. That's called contempt. That's nice, fancy word, but basically do something contempt of that's true to you and feels good to you every day for at least a minute..
"bava" Discussed on X96
"None of that surely she was called well never mind she really wasn't a whore where she she she worked at a Dairy. Queen didn't she parked cars at. Wrestling, now here but so the fifty and it just says was, in Esquire magazine, and it says it's a list made up by. Horror of. His auto I don't know who that is okay so we don't have time to. Go, through all fit well but. Number fifty you won't know. This movie. Made by a director Mario Bava Blood and black lace nineteen, sixty four are, they gonna give us a bunch of like Soren. Foreign films Some of them are yeah But here number forty seven maybe you should. See, what you haven't seen. Okay am with Peter Laurie I have heard of it. Peter Lawry's first movie ever he it's a German. Expressionist movie is really. Creepy He plays a child molester A child killer And the reason it was, his first movie and now you think, of Peter Laurie you think of him as it's. Creepy creepy guy the reason the director picked. Him Fritz Lang and Peter laureate was like. Nineteen or, twenty he said I picked him because he was so innocent looking You don't like me do you know weird So? Would you would you On the list top ten Rob's. Fifteen, list, in. The forties oh well yeah Let's see top. You to go to top ten or we have time for fishing. Listed, fifty we'd do. The top is yours is in there in the thirties, well I'm just crawling. Pass, them really fast number. Thirty twenty eight days later. Which is pretty good. Yeah that's on my. List get out is. Number twenty nine of fairly recent, that's really good movie but here we go I wouldn't. Call. A, scary though but it's good which, which one get on get out yeah. Oh I, thought it was really scary but here. We go with number seventeen. All. Right Karen VS everybody knows. Carrying number sixteen this is a scary film again you probably haven't seen it it's, older by Roman Polanski before he became really. Famous, called, repulsion It's a very creepy movie it's, about a woman who's going insane in the she lives. Alone. In, an apartment and she's going insane, and it's really scary number fifteen I. Dunno this, movie, called sallow essay l. or it's. A it's a movie about. Depravity. And fascism powerful men roundup. Teenage boys and girls and subject them to humiliating acts of torture Oh peaks Gary okay Number fourteen wolf creek, wolf creek? Was Ritchie Greg MacLean no that's the. Year, on. The ski lift and it no. No, it's. Also Raelians in the. Outback oh okay That was that was that one where, they. Were stranded on the ski lift I. Was thinking it was Lou. Diamond Phillips, there's another scaring the. Night, of the hunter Robert he's love and hate on his fingers that's a really scary movie number twelve the Blair witch. Project again I think that was scarier before you knew before the hype carrying I saw together before we knew anything about it and I, think we both left, there like that was really. Scared and I knew a. Little. Bit about it when I saw and I when I saw it I, just pissed me off I. Just had come on yeah if you go in with knowledge of what it's really all about you it does make. You. Angry, what I? Remember, most about that movie is that my wife was. Pregnant, and. The jumpy camera made her violently. Ill, yes She got motion sick number eleven. Psycho classic yeah how do you go wrong with. Psycho that. Movie is nearly, perfect yeah it is I love it you don't want to my. Favorite parts, of that movie is. When Martin Balsam detected was going upstairs up the stairs and then Norman is. At the top of the stairs he jumps. Out and gets into the nine right across, the. Face and you never see it I. Mean you never see the. Ninth actually, touch Martin Balsams face. You, see the motion and you see a picture of his face with a big cut on it and then he falls. Down the stairs my favorite part of that movie well there's so many I mean again Hitchcock genius everybody knows that but at the very, end where they've captured, Norman and he's sitting there. In the cell and the. Inner. Dialogue in his head is his mother's voice and this is I'm just, going to sit here I'm. Not they'll they'll say how could how could Doukas she be the person responsible for this they'll see I'm not even. Gonna Swat that. Fly on my hand Ooh They'll, see I won't. Even I won't even hurt a fly, now is it? Fades is the thing fades on that? Shot look at Norman's. Face And goal is superimposed over just so briefly just so briefly it's. Such a great freeze frame that thing. And and, there's humor in. That movie to interesting number ten of, movie that I? Know what it's about so I've never? Watched it human centipede Move on from one of these days. 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"bava" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch
"He what what i what she told me that my my spangler was beautiful in the she thought that i shouldn't be embarrassed because that i represented so many different parts of the world will speak like me and she was so nice and the two who else oh my gosh there was fierce as drag queen i think she's from other her name is ariel wreck like ariel the little mermaid and wreck like oh no alone like record like recording hurt and she's a as a boy she's also like a singer his name is rueben he was so fucking cool and you know that every time that i do a project i ended up becoming friends with the people like working behind the scenes like the real list there was these bitch there was these men okay from from this this island of west africa called up over all kane over the yes some of the most beautiful fuck in music comes from couple where they is a portuguese colony territory and these dudes were so fucking nice there were the photographers that were just kind of following us around the whole time like documenting the whole thing nuno bava little widodo not only were they so cooling down to earth but they were also very hot and straight so that was like a bonus and they i cannot wait to collaborate with them because after the festival was all over the last day we wouldn't have beers and i want to go out to couple of the and like just just like go check out their projects i'm so excited i've made so many connections i never thought that i would have a connection to spain and our world and spain and now i have.
"bava" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
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"bava" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"And so i mean how is that meeting out the first time and trying how does an addition for something like that work you know it's funny i i met ship gordon who has been all snatcher from basically day one almost fifty years i think he's been managing hours and bava who produced welcome to my nightmare along with you know a bunch of other music and kids and a bunch of other incredible ones so i met with shopping baba's ruined first and then they had me video auditions and i actually didn't meet alice himself until i was in the band wow yeah well and working alongside somebody like that i mean at this point you're pretty established but alice far as i'm concerned the guys absolute legend status what have you been able to take away from a guy like that you know the past few years of your career because i'm one of those you can always learn something from somebody right there's always something you can take away but i mean stepping into that position with guy like this who's been on or for you know years and he's legend status i mean what have you been able to take away from three relationship and being in the band with alice i went to new from allison and his camp all the time you know so many lessons that i've taken away in the last four years playing with him but i would see the biggest lesson is how grateful he is to be where he's at you know not many artists can have a career that we you know like when i think about it you know it's it's almost i think it's fifty years or almost fifty years that he's been doing what he does and you know he's one of those people that never take that for granted he he appreciates it he appreciates the fans god there you know two point where he will put the fan first before anybody which is what we should all do what everybody should do but he treats everyone would respect teachers everybody like a rockstar you know when he does his meeting greets it's not just a quick you know rush through somebody mine and take a picture he sits and talks to everybody and everybody's story and you know the level of humility and gratitude the as at his level.
"bava" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Reconcile i can't say that word good job writer i'm glad you talk for a living i'm going to go over that word whether it's one of those divorces one of those separations that are never going to be patched up something's bizarre and crazy and weird between kawai and the spurs but it's an if if he's healthy the guy is still a massive talent he's still a top five player and he's still a defensive stalwart who i think would fit it incredibly well with and if you're greg bob as much as you don't want to let kawai dictate terms as much as i'm sure it frustrates the hell outta karl anthony towns could be an anthony davis level talent he's young he's barely good offensively the spurs already play great defense andre let me ask you guys i mean not just sort of playing fantasy gm doesn't cat fur coat in evacuate feel like a fair trade i'd rather be on the side look really look at the contract the quiet about to get on the quiet side wow but it's close the colli injury stuff really scares assume his lv assuming he's healthy and he's not going to get injured like that again klay is probably a top three or four nba player right now his cat ever going to be that i think you can i here's the problem with bava that she will be of poverty which i think he could be he certainly i love that so you went cat you went kawhi factoring in contract and health yeah hell if you're giving me vacuum in in does it man i mean like i get it.
"bava" Discussed on Spoilt Milk Movie Podcast
"Exactly yeah it's kinda different you can do like to be considered one of like top i'm crazy top fifty even maybe top twenty film common too yeah he's all time would you say top ten because he i'm very i mean trying to think of over characters about ubiqu becuse nevo saw tun of goes out that well known it's it's hard and like some of them objective as well definitely one of those ones where it's just is there with dot da bathe is probably if not number one ooh i mean ohio than veda then fader yeah generally by guys in masks rank high of and go guys about masks but he's got the quips yeah true and he's got yes definitely got the hand yeah it doesn't feel like anything we've seen yet he's got the same he's got quips written for him but he didn't feel like the things he said bava same time i mean one i'm not looking necessarily for him to be a fullyfledged handsome though it's one of reasons why i mean a lot of people may disagree with me i'm fine with man of steel of what it is i really like my still for the vast that's not superman yeah it's about superman going up there good stories someone committing tobacco yeah a moon show about that and that trailer hats really awesome moments really really beautiful shots really nice moments boy also it's very wing things and it's not even hanso guys roy my most things joyed.
"bava" Discussed on Bigmouth
"All of the ripper mythos which everybody else and his stripes yeah and this is available in comics as well it will be coming give it up well my closing time it's very simple i went to an incredible judah lexington no that they sound like slate the sweet the pawsox are the incredible alex done at the same time they looked like marci's diary an italian glam bava rock band very short hair they look like friends of the show just patrice and they and he he's trying to look like he's going bother they've renewed my i generally i does wrote very much dave renewed my faith in rock a sound like my first favorite which was slade everything's in three three four bava beat time loads a hand clap in football chants and they're called judah on the new album is the single is called with admirable simplicity rock and roll music we're gonna play out in a minute thank you to our special guests down may pizza robinson please come back a game enjoy the experience please do leave your feedback in his book thank you as ever to my irreplaceable copilot sean answer producer jack clermont's he's in the background that remember you can hear all of our pasta audio boom dot com slash channel slash big mouth and if you want to support the show you can buy a pint via patriot dot com slash big mouth podcast where back next week with our one hundred show can you believe it's in the meantime his judah with rock and roll meaning.
"bava" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"And i talked to players and coaches prepare to talk to you their could be logically and physically assaulted because they were good enough to want to be able to play on boys teens in high school and it will you schalke early strike the core of what it means to be an american and at that point we're not talking about baseball we're talking about the issue of gender inequality in this country and about fighting for a person hope greens an act of equality times basic human rights and dignity we devoted the entire season telling the story about everybody i talked with that i had no idea this was happening but one of the things we also look at it not out on the table forever wounded guy but to understand the fact that have occurred and the groundswell that it happening right now to create more opportunities for girls and women it'd be able to coach as well as play an umpire baseball beyond little league yeah love it john where can everybody check this out you can find on amazoncom movies and tv in their search bava type in the sweet spot and you'll see we've got three of competence worthy content for you got stories and people like jackie robinson might cut grant ernie bank the couple of gallison the all american girls professional baseball league the block art of catching that's up there right now ready for you to watch were also on roku warned video on demand and people can watch it on their smartphone on their computers at home and they're smart tv i love it john thanks so much for joining us in so many ways to access that we appreciated and we'll talk again downli that much yeah good staff of seriously i didn't give him is do i mean listen he's been producing really awardwinning media experiences we talked about this before if you go to disney theme parks he will have seen something of his the guarantee it if you're at seattle's science fiction museum in hall of fame you know right there hit music documentary the wrecking crew so this has been what he's done is focused on you know this baseball and again the human side as he said and these stories are pretty incredible i've seen the first two seasons and he.
"bava" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Nine to every time i change callers will open up for you to try to get through glen in little rock you're on newsradio one or two point nine karn with doc washburn charlie collins your question sir thank you dr will call paul bob of your hair bava that yet ours intersect down i a bitter downtown little rock and now we're com a uh you know have people that any uh brought beside muff brought no order it brought on a quarter yasser our work in the intersection narrow are all rob assad ma front door where people are coming and going yeah uh we've had bob woolmer law a which way out of my honour warmer in one day with a dog and a draw manet at every hour droming played in all that draw with an office in hyde uh all the boy uh like down a that there's not the nike nope added they were all bucket pop derek and not so it not just the bob dole with your air here you don't care what they were nobody now bid if you're walking down town you i'll walk the walk a blog without the you know it up a somebody bush money get it it is a major problem little rock he had a judge actually commented on one of the specific cases where i think a little rat police officer used my law to move away a panhandler that was blocking a businesses stablishment and and making the patron that wanted to go in the business kind of have to push his way through the individual and i think the judge said there were some type of trespassing law that could have been used instead of my law uh so to the callers point uh very much part of the problem uh there's a again a a safety issue a safety concern for individuals in those types of situations aplus just ate a trespassing style concerned so um i i need to find out if the laws the judge was cited won't will help solve those problems as well or if there's some other step that needs to be taken here and in that could include appealing the decision it could include additional laws when we go back into session in 2019 to find a.