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Ghislaine Maxwell-Jeffrey Epstein emails revealed in new court papers
"Unsealed court documents pertaining to Blaine Maxwell, the woman now charged with sexual abuse in the Jeffrey Epstein case. The documents include a 2015 email from Jeffrey Epstein, assuring Maxwell that she had done nothing wrong. This is from a civil court battle that was settled between Maxwell and one of the women who accused her and Epstein of sexual abuse. Is also a deposition from the woman describing abuse and errors she made in re telling her story, but other documents are on hold. They've been challenged by Maxwell's lawyers. Correspondent Steve Kayson says her legal team is arguing that releasing the additional documents would hurt her chances for a fair trial.
TCF Bank to provide $1B in loans to women & minority-owned small businesses
"$1,000,000,000 commitment by TCF Bank. To assist minority and women owned small businesses with loans. TCF Bank Chairman Gary Targo joined with Detroit Mayor Mike Doug and County Executive Warren Evans, Detroit and Double A C P President, Reverend Window Anthony and others to make the big announcement with this pledge small business loans of up to $1 million each will be available across our banks footprint. This means dramatically more access to capital for people and communities, Long denied their fair share. We will do all we can all of our markets, but in particular in Detroit, Blaine County in the state of Michigan. Tor goal says black businesses are twice as likely to be rejected for loans than other businesses. And, he says that needs to stop the G.
Supreme Court Says States Cannot Discriminate Against Religious Schools
"The past two weeks of Supreme Court rulings have not been encouraging after a disastrous ruling last week. And Bostock, arbitrarily expanded of rights protections to include sexual orientation and gender identity this week, according June medical all but handcuffed meaningful state efforts to restrict abortion finally yesterday, some good news, the Supreme Court by a five four vote held its ground on discrimination against religious education in espionage versus Department of Revenue The court ruled that a state tax credit which discriminates against religious schools in the families whose children attend or hope to attend them violates the First Amendment Free Exercise Clause. This case dates back to two thousand fifteen when the state of Montana created a dollar for dollar tax. Tax Credit for individuals who donate to organizations that provide scholarships to private school students after creating the program, the Montana Department of revenue ruled that such a tax credit. If used to scholarship, students for religious private schools would violate the state's version of the Blaine Amendment, which prohibits state funding of religious education well. Kendra Espinosa, a single mom, who works extra jobs, so her kids can attend a Christian school challenge the Department of Revenue's ruling in court in late, two, thousand, eighteen, the Montana Supreme Court acknowledged that the department's ruling probably ran afoul of the US constitutions free exercise clause, however instead of overturning the ruling. It just invalidated the entire program well. Thankfully, that didn't work in. In his opinion. Chief Justice John Roberts said that went. Otherwise eligible recipients are disqualified from public benefit solely because of their religious character. We must apply strict scrutiny that statements a reference to the Trinity Lutheran Decision, which was a case successfully argued by the alliance defending freedom back in two thousand seventeen strict scrutiny means that the action can only be justified by a compelling governmental interest. Montana lacked a compelling governmental interest. Instead the state argued that the law serve Montana's interest in separating church and state more fiercely than the federal constitution while Montana's interest replied Justice Roberts is actually limited by the Constitution, specifically the free exercise clause in other words, the establishment clause and the free exercise. Exercise clause cannot be pitted against each other. The separation of church and state can't be done by discriminating against the church. And religion is not some secondary part of the First Amendment even more. Roberts continued Montana's attempt to sweep the free exercise problem and had under the rug by just invalidating the whole program doesn't change what he called Montana's error, a federal law after all because of the Trinity. Lutheran decision the Montana Court already knew the department's ruling was unconstitutional, but instead of applying the decision as it should have hit, just invalidated the whole program to make absolutely sure that religious schools received no aid ban action. Itself violated the free exercise clause according to Roberts a state. Need not subsidize private education, but once a state decides to do so. It cannot disqualify some private schools solely because they are religious. Liberty opinion is a resounding repudiation of dozens of Blaine amendments and other states as well originally targeted to limit Catholic education. These amendments provide legal cover for treating religious institutions and the people who depend on them. Ask second-class Citizens Roberts made it as clear as possible that day, and we are not Roberts also rejected a suggestion by Justice Briar, which he called a quote, flexible context Pacific approach that may well vary from case to case religious. And citizens he said should not be at the mercy of courts waxing philosophical about the purposes of the religion clauses, and then applying them on some ad hoc basis, not dimension. It's hard to imagine how briars flexible content specific approach could be applied to any other right such as abortion, and perhaps the best part of this ruling. It offers a roadmap for Christians who hope to help people like Kendra Espinosa Afford Christian education. The Montana program can serve as A. A model for other states could even open the door for other solutions such as vouchers. Educational Innovation has long been among the best gift. Christians have to give to the wider world. This is an open door for us to become even more creative today. That's why this decision is such good news after the earthquakes from the court in the past couple of weeks, it's certainly nice to have some solid ground on which to stand
Blaine Kern Sr., New Orleans' 'Mr. Mardi Gras,' dies at 93
"The man credited with modernizing it opening Mardi Gras to all races and genders has died W. W. ells said Dave calling reports on the passing of the man known as Mr Mardi Gras bring happiness to millions of people every year Blaine Kern revolutionized the Mardi Gras celebration in New Orleans introducing modern parade floats that were bigger brighter and more high tech over the years and took what were small neighborhood parades and engineered super cruise that had thousands of riders and attracted millions of spectators he also started parades that we're not just featuring white man opened up to go out to everyone Blaine Kern was ninety
Who Killed the President
"Today. We take a look back in history couple hundred years and asked the question who killed the president. It wasn't the bullet July. Second eighteen eighty one chaim say Garfield arrived at the Baltimore and Potomac train station for a much-needed holiday. Just four months had passed since the former union general in Ohio. Congressman had been sworn in as the nation's. Nation's twentieth president as Garfield Carriage pulled up outside the Baltimore and Potomac Charles Gucci Paste the waiting room inside ready to fulfil what he believed was a mission from God at around nine twenty am. Garfield entered the station. Longside Secretary Blaine, who had offered to escort him to his train, as strode through the waiting room Gutierrez, snuck up behind them drew his pistol. He fired two shots at the. The should from point blank range. The first bullet only grazed Garfield right arm. The second struck Garfield in the lower back, and knocked him to the floor. He was immediately carried to the train and laid on the floor. They're bleeding profusely from his back wound within minutes, ten different doctors had arrived to examine him an try. Locate the second bullet though no one knew at the time, the slug. Slug had missed the president's arteries and vital organs and embedded itself near his pancreas time it was very survivable injury, but the army of well-meaning physicians only worsened the damage by using their unsterilized fingers and wants to probe the wound, introducing germs, and potentially causing an infection Thomas Lister a name. You might recognize from listerine. A big promoter of the danger of germs protested, but the doctors would have. Have none of it after an hour of excruciating prodding, the president was carried for the train station to the bedroom at the White House. Is Doctors feared? He would not survive the night. Forty nine year old president had rallied the first few days after the shooting, but his condition worsened after Dr d Willard Bliss administered heavy doses of Quinine Morphine and alcohol, which brought on doubts vomiting that left. Left him, weak and emaciated bliss also conducted repeated medical probes in a futile attempts to locate the second bullet. In August, he even enlisted the help of telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell who used a crude metal detector, called an induction balance to search for the slug, the machine at work perfectly in test, but the screening failed due to interference from the springs and the president's bed to make matters. Matters worse bell was only permitted to search the right side of Garfield, body, where bliss, incorrectly believed the bullet was lodged by September a massive infection, most likely caused by medical treatment have left Garfield with persistent fever and obsesses over entire body. He was taken to a cottage on Jersey. Shore in the hope that the cool sea air would revive him, but died in the night of September nineteenth. Nineteenth eighteen eighty one. He had been president for just two hundred days. Kill by doctors knocked by the
Star Wars Squadron Revealed
"So I up. As I mentioned the top of the show, the gorilla collective was live all weekend long. They had multiple streams. Dev Interviews. Did you guys catch any of the press conference stuff? That was happening this weekend and blame. Mostly. Just been looking at the headlines like checking out the games that have been interesting me but I did see the one that stuck out to me. The most assists shot coming back. I guess in HD rerelease. This has been in the works for quite some time. It went dark for a while. They put the project on hiatus, and we didn't hear from it and then boom. It's back now I. Think Two thousand eighteen is when they put the project on hiatus, and it's crazy to think that. Maybe we're just like old gamers, but Shaq is something that a lot of people don't even know what it is or that it existed in the first place. It's like the predecessor of bioshock. Right I mean that's. A huge game, but are they doing like a totally different engine, or is it Kinda like halo thing where you can click a button up rises. I'm curious. How indepth. How much of a Redo this thing is! We work in video games and should know the answer. Why you're putting us on the spot like that, so sorry but. I will go to the Google machine if I could find out. The details about everything that is coming in the system shock. Really well. She which on Google Machine I have a few highlights of my own that I'd like to talk about. Yeah, go number and I don't know what press conferences these came during because there was like a million this weekend. That's the lights and exaggeration. There was the PC gaming show the future gaming show, and then the girl collective. Anyway, the first one is that percent persona for bolden is coming to steam, which I think is very very exciting. Are there any percents fans on this stream right now blamed Chris or you know I don't play per now you don't. That's been to the locations in Japan. Apparently, you know that's marvelous. That's. That's cool. New apparently. That's actually not true because I've actually played percentage trying to throw you bone, but it was oh long. Apologies this is really exciting. Because this was a vita exclusive, and this is actually my first person and a game, so if you have not played it, it's currently twenty dollars on seem I wish it would come to console. That'd be amazing, but it's really good if you like personify of absolutely checkout percent of four. let's see, and then there was a game called gory. That was announced, and it's described as the following come hang out with frank. The razor-sharp Hover Board in chip, the depressed modular AI, that's constantly complaining as wipe out hordes of cuddling and horrible toys, all plan is gory, the most adorable and bad cat in the world, so you play us this like Realistic Orange Tabby and you're on a spaceship, and then you're on a hover board, and then you're taking out stuff. UNICORNS somehow have blood in them I. don't understand it. I don't understand it, but I'm definitely intrigued by spelled G. O. R., I. And Andrea immediately thought of you because it's a cat. I appreciate that being the defacto Cat Lady of what's good Games, but I sound a little bit too off the wall for me I. Don't know how I feel about I. Think you'll like. Check it out. It sounds like conquers bad for day or something like that, or it's like a cute thing that's also really violent and gruesome and yeah. Yeah, I don't look at it. I think there's neon lights and rock music. It's kind of. Really, good personally and then my true love to Vinita. Divinity original sin. You got some New Deal C. which is incredibly exciting. They got new. Armor new quest line in new boss fight, and there's also a prequel comic cannon coming in as well to the Larry in store so cool for me. No one else fucking cares, but that's okay. I don't think no one else care and I just think that you are the defacto Larry and fan girl, and that's okay most wrong with that. So I'm seeing that system shock. It looks like they're using unreal engine for and I figure. It was a kickstarter, but then I don't know. It's going be. Wasn't the Alpha Demo is now. Apparently you can play it currently. On steam or Gog? Bill, but looking very promising says Gamer. Yeah they crowd funded for one point. Three million dollars, promising to capture the original horror ROMP freshening it up. It's been a meandering journey though with night dive pausing development in two thousand, eighteen like I mentioned, and then starting over. Aches yeah, that's starting, not Greece. That's what it says. They just decided. We're going to start from scratch why not. Apparently Oh, yeah, here's a story back from March of two thousand eighteen systems shock remakes, direction expects released probably Q. One of twenty twenty ll. Didn't happen. But. Yeah, if you're in to system shock and you've been following that story, you can check out the Alpha. Demo
Coronavirus Pandemic is Making America's Food Deserts Worse
"The covert pandemic is widening the economic gap in our country. Exacerbating divides. That were already there tonight. In our continuing series inequality in America Blaine Alexander reports on access to healthy food, and how so-called food deserts are getting even worse. There's a lot packed into this little stand. Fresh fruits and vegetables most grown right out back. But for this neighborhood and Jonesboro Georgia, this stand is so much more. They're only healthy food option for miles. How crucial is this market to the people who live in this community? This market is like an oasis food desert. The nearest supermarkets about four miles away. A food desert the USDA defined it as any urban neighborhood where residents have to travel more than a mile to reach a grocery store, and you're going to see a lot. Gas stations a lot of fast food stations across the country food deserts exist in every state impacting an estimated twenty three point, five million people, disproportionately minority communities, and the areas are almost exclusively low income. We've got some beautiful locally grown tomatoes will sellers with wholesome wave. Georgia is helping with affordability and access partnering with Farmer's markets like Atlanta harvest so. So any shoppers using snap benefits can buy fresh food at half all for those living in food deserts, the two biggest barriers transportation and income problems only made worse by the pandemic recent numbers show an additional seventeen point. One million people here in the US could experience food insecurity because of Corona virus, and the health impact could last for generations and without healthy food without those fruits and vegetables, so we always talk about getting every day. It's not an effect. Your Immune System's GonNa fake obesity diabetes heart disease, even long-term cancers? Burger. King and her children coming here is a lifesaver for kids on new way to experience food. A lot of kids don't even know. Who Comes from the ground? They expected to come out of a box and for Crystal Dalton Son Hunter new possibilities now he wants to be a farmer. It gives them something before. It's giving them a purpose providing equal access to health hope. Blaine Alexander. NBC News Jonesboro Georgia.
A ghost town below
"Promised today I'm doing a ghost town story, but not just any ghost town underground dome town in eighteen, eighty, nine, a fire raged through stuff, fledgling city of Seattle, raising much of the wood buildings in the business district. The blaze was widely attributed to a careless worker, heating, Gould or a gas fire, catching the furnishings from floor on fire in cabinetry shop, founded on the logging industry, most of the original city was built of wood and little survive. The flames destroyed thirty one blocks after the fire as the. The city of Seattle rebuilt itself to adjustments were made I. All buildings would be made of stone or brick and second. The entire city would be regraded two stories above what had been the old main street in the wake of the fire, the decision was made to raise the city streets outta the swampy grounds, retaining walls were added along side, the streets and filled to make new roads, shops and businesses at had already rebuilt, found the first and sometimes second stories of the buildings, facing a concrete wall. Street several feet above several new sidewalks were added street high, and the underground largely forgotten left opium, addicts, prostitutes, and gangsters under Pioneer Square are what at first appeared to be tunnels when actually they represent Seattle street level just after the 1889 fire for months while the city erected walls, city businesses produced ladder so that customers could climb over the wall to get to their business. Eventually, many businesses simply close lead furniture signs, cash registers and some glassware behind by the nineteen fifties, Seattle's local bill spiel began a campaign to save the neglected Pioneer Square area largely on the strength of the story of the underground city. He began giving guided tours in nineteen, sixty five. Company continues to this day today. Seattle underground highs, the remains of an old city under the streets of pioneer, score neighborhood. There is an entire network of subterranean hallways, corridors and basements for the city of Seattle was born, and there are ruins of shops hotels houses can be seen still standing over the recent decades spaces of become a popular attraction and a History Museum of Seattle's early days, but there something else is Seattle underground is famous for author Cat Richardson. Richardson resident of Seattle area who wrote the Gray Walker series covers the underground in book three title. What else the underground? Her Character Harper Blaine takes the reader into the underground, and I quote here cold of winter pioneer, square's homeless are being butchered, and zombies have be seen roaming the streets of the underground city buried beneath modern Seattle, at from Gray Walker Harper Blaine is asked to investigate by her friend Quinton, all stories written by Cap. Richardson recommend the. Seattle and get into the spirit. Pick up a cat Richardson books three of the grey. Walker series an underground goes towers produced here at night, owl, sound studio and brought to you by book savvy. Studio Loss Lodge Press. The Rogue Valley, Metaphysical Library and Al Creek Press and writers retreat. You can listen to other tales of the ghost town once a week until I reach Cornucopia Oregon, where all do an interview with the owner of that old ghost town.
African Americans struggle with disproportionate COVID death toll
"Trump is not some foreign anomaly. He is firmly rooted in the racist history of this nation. He is a product of it. So today we're going to look at that history. The history that brought us to this day and this moment. Later in the program I'll be joined by Stewart schrader, a scholar race, policing and counterinsurgency to discuss the history of militarized police forces and the current weapons and tactics that they are using in an effort to kill these uprisings. But we begin with Dr Kisha. She is an associate professor of history at the University of Pittsburgh and president of the African American intellectual. History Society She's also a nineteen twenty twenty w e B. Do boys fellow at Harvard? University Dr Blaine is the author of the Multi Prize. Winning book set the world on fire, black nationalist women and the global struggle for freedom. She recently published an op. Ed in the Washington Post titled Violence In Minneapolis is rooted in the history of racist policing in America Dr Kishan. Thank you so much for being with us here on intercepted. Thank you for having me. What happened now that sparked this broad rebellion across this country. I think there are several factors. The first that I would emphasize is Krono virus. This pandemic. is completely devastating black communities in particular and my sense is that when people saw the video of George Floyd in particular. It certainly reignited a frustration that we've long felt. And of course, learning about the killing of Briana Thomas. I think people thought well recurrently going through a global pandemic. Certainly, there's a moment where we would not expect this kind of fun rest. Certainly, there's a moment where we would somehow get a break from the kind of pattern and cycle of police brutality. Maybe it will be this moment. Of course was wishful, thinking what we learned very quickly. Is that even in the context of a virus? Once again, black people were being targeted arrested pulled off of buses for not wearing masks at the same time, not even having access to some of these are resources, and I would also add to that. It's an election year and I think. People really felt the need to push to the surface. These issues and to say whoever is going to take the highest office of the land need to address these issues, and clearly we have someone in the White House was not committed to do any of that, but at the very least in pushing the agenda, we can ensure that at least the Democratic nominee can be. Particularly mindful of the need to come up with strategies for dealing with police brutality and violence, and I should specify police killings, which is exactly what we see taking place right now. As a
Multicloud MySQL with Jiten Vaidya and Anthony Yeh
"More about the networking challenges for implementing a multi cloud database. So we used eight engy. Cpa's support VPN Address and BJP outing so appealing. Aws engineer was fairly straightforward but Uzun and support the BJP protocol. So we couldn't use the being raised so as we had to manually set up. The routes cleared firewall rules and forward the traffic from Manu Be Glaspie in so it was basically Im- by an metrics of like we had three brothers and four regions in each cloud provider. All with each other. Can you explain what? Vp appearing as BBC painting is basically it just? It's done that allows lousy route traffic from one in one cloud provider another club. Reuter BBC meaning virtual private cloud so the communication between two clouds between getting to to VPS's to talk to one another. Explain a little more detail why that was difficult. It's easier to route packets within the network boundary of a cloud provider. But now you're sending packets across loud providers and that's why you need. Vpn Gateways and be bit outing. I see and did you have to write your own. Vpn Gateway to route the traffic from one cloud provider to another Juicy support the Ajay. Bbn Get race but Azoulay doesn't so we needed to setup the routes manually grier Rules and forward the traffic from Amanullah Parisian. Ib to the classic VPN. How else do the different cloud? Providers differ from one another significantly. Their Communities Implementations Defer the maturity of the Coordinated Implementations Bicarbonate Implementations. I mean they're hosted community services have different maturity. Some of them work as advertised and some of them. We have to put in scaffolding to make sure that we are working on there. Flaking seizure like the Kuban eighties is a service platforms on the different cloud providers. Yeah by blood is the best I think is pretty good too it. We had problems with. How does the failure domain of Vitesse Change when it goes multi cloud so one of the previous episodes? We talked about how the tasks running on Cooper netties in a single data center can recover from failures handle failures. But I'm sure. The failure domain becomes much more complex when you have multi cloud scenarios. Talk me through. Some of the failure cases that you've solved for right with us. Conceptually affiliated domain is a cell and we mapped the cell to coordinate is cluster in a region in glower in we have sixteen different cells and each cell corresponds to urbanize cluster in a region in the cloud. So we have cloudy different cells. Four regions Antigua Bells outs so conceptually. Cell is the federal domain invictus. And the same is true in this declawed. Derision world even the cloud providers tend to think of vision as failure domain. It's a set of computing resources. I mean Ability zones which is yet another failure domain. Which is slightly more granular. That's how we deploy when we are deployed Vidana single region but when you have deployed across legions been deployed across cloud riders. We tend to think of a region in a given cloud as a unit of domain Anthony. You want to add anything. I would add that. Even in the cross cloud or multi region case we do still define each availability zone within a region as its own failure domain. So for example if you tell us to launch end replicas in region cloud one. We're going to do our best to spread out across the availability zones within that region. Maybe talk through the resolution of a failure that could occur. Let's say like I'm doing a right to the database instance on the cloud that's accepting rights and so I do a right and somewhere in this right. The entire cloud provider fails. What's the process of recovering from that failure? That cloud provider has received the right. How do the other clients or how did the other databases on the clouds identified? That failure has occurred. There are different types of failure scenarios that we recognize one is kind failure and one is bland failure. What plan failure is that? You know that this region is going to go away at one point in time for maintenance for whatever reasons that's harrys hundred British in a straightforward fashion where failure your bastard out of that region in either another region in the same cloud provider. Auden do originally different. The second which is more problematic is if it's a catastrophic failure with very little warning a whole region goes away. Your master wasn't a governor discussed which was in that region. So let's see what will happen rate. I is not the right itself will fail. The second thing that will happen is that we have a global at city cluster with members in different regions and if there was a member region when I say city parking lot at apologies so the member in that region will go away the second thing that might happen but because are multiple members which cleared that Corum. Today will still continue to respond and our operator detects that the master has gone. Antony will be able to explain it better than I do. I guess picking up. Richardson left off. You know he made sure to talk about the fact that we still have the ability to read and write to this at CD topology server and that's important for ensuring that vitesse can do this automatic fail over in a safe way while taking account for the fact that one region might be unresponsive. So there's a couple of different train offs you can make as a user you can choose different trade offs so one for example is you could say. I WANNA do. I let me think across clouds across regions. And if you do that then you can know that before you were told. Any transaction was committed it has been replicated to a different region. So if you sign up for that setting it means that you won't lose any transactions that reported to clients has committed the downside of that the reason it's a trade off because that means every right you have to wait for the year round trip to Go to a different region and comeback in report that it was acknowledged so the other option that I used have is to say. I'm going to roll the dice and say you know. If an entire region goes down I will abandon any transactions that got orphaned in that region and repairing somewhere else while saying you know if that region comes back up all kind of take a look at what transactions were orphaned in replay them as necessary and this rule choices actually the way that we chose to run at Youtube so we only did within a region or given cell and we said if it ever happens that we have to continue somewhere else where you will figure out how to replay transactions. During the time I was in this never happened and I think Subaru also has said it didn't happen while he was there because what we saw much more frequently was if not that an entire region suddenly disappears. It was more that you have degradation in our region wrapping up getting worse and worse. And so what we did is we just had policies in place to say as soon as the degradation gets passed. Some facial we will preemptively shift our masters over to a different region and that might be slow. Because maybe there's a network packet loss or things like that but we were kind of babysit that wait for it and then once out of that region we say okay we're safe. We have avoided the POSSIBILITY OF TRANSACTIONS BEING ORPHANED. So those are two different offs. You can make in a condition where databases get out of SYNC. You might need to have a voting procedure to determine a quorum. Can you give an example of when that might occur and how databases would communicate in that scenario to resolve an inconsistency so the way we run our system we don't use voting and according to figure that out my sequel has this concept of GD idea global transaction ninety as Antony described you have a master in multiple replicas and different might have replicated who are different extent? Also if you have semis? Implication turned on what that means. Is that before? The master says that something was successfully committed that the data who it read that particular transaction is guaranteed to be applica- somewhere else in logs. So all that needs to happen is that it needs to get over the network and it needs to get into the really log. It doesn't need to be materialized into the target database the latency required for that is Lloyd than actually getting into and into the database. Long Story Short. What we need to do is to talk to all the mccaslin figure out which -LICA- has progressed to the highest judy. Id which has jetties which is as close to the master as possible and the Jews that as the new master so this is something that is done post-facto after the master has gone down at mark for the transaction. So that's how we allied a split brain with semi sink turned on. We don't pay the cost of figuring this out for a transaction. We just do this at the title fellow or semi Turned on that make sense. It does and I'd like to change the conversation to actual production deployments. So have you put the multi cloud database into production for any particular users? Who are the people that would want to switch to this more aggressively from just a single data center? We have trials. Nobody is actually using it in production yet but I was telling you about this company in Japan who is interested in it. We are talking to them. They have created an account. I don't exactly at what point the trial is. Somebody like them would be very interested in it. We also have some conversations going on with government agencies early conversations who are interested in this and we destroyed this out about two weeks ago so but leaders yet totally zooming out talking about the business more. Broadly you've had some large customer deployments that you've worked with worked slack and square and hubs spot and Bolat of other companies and the overall business of planet scale is around this control plane that you can sell and license. How does the control plane that you sell? Compared to what the Open Source Vitesse model contains so let me just clarify that. Slacks squid Who HAVE DONE. The guest is for open source with us. We do provide support to slack and squad sport. We don't have a relationship with and what you said is exactly right. I mean we do want to provide vitas support for any company that wants with support because we want As Open source project we as successful as possible and we adhere to help the community. But that's not how we are going to scale the company so what we have built is basically the technology that we have built is this operator which allows us to create an API on top of coordinates that allows us to databases safely in single or multiple Clusters right that is like that. We have built. We have actually taken our operator and we have made a subset of that open source we will be doing an announcement about that etc pretty soon. And it's a pretty full fledged open-source Planet scale operator that will allow you to run with us well and safely in the cluster. It just doesn't have some features related to teams and Cross Cluster Federation and so on that Anthony talked about that our planet's guilty be operator has so the operator version that we use to run our own clusters we call that panicle debut so what we are going to scale the company on is this database of service that we are running as planet scale. Db What is coming is a multiple ways to apply planets. Guilty one of them recalled. Byu Okay which is your own Kubler. Cabanas where you'll be able to create custom regions by giving us access to your one of this cluster. You could use our control Blaine. But many said the pride actual parts get stopped at CLUSTER. So that the data never leaves your GonNa Cluster. We will also cream of Finance Kennedy. Beware weekly at a separate account for you. We can associated with your billing account and rerun awarding of Db In separate For you so that. You're not in Bite Environment
"blaine" Discussed on ShopTalk
"Because we started the new command line at version zero right because it was brand new thing we were developing from scratch. And we don't do. We don't do mono repos like a lot of projects are doing these days. We actually have like sixty. Some will get on. Board is better anyway. I oh man. I don't know I don't know I got got go. Packages aren't aren't created only to use in Golbright. So Monterey Pos mostly namespace things in N. p. m. and the goal packages like they exist. Outside of other people can use them. Microsoft actually built a tool on top of core libraries because they didn't want the streaming implementation They just wanted the task system so they took all of the the libraries that I wrote for For gulps tasked with them and they just built their own build tool And so if we were named spacing it would just be a little weird right. It'd be like import at Gulp J s slash undertaker To build your your task system. That just feels a little weird to me. I know it's fine. It's just a naming thing but I wrote these libraries to being used by everybody like I see we have a. We have a library called interpret. That is like one of the if you if you've ever named her gulp file anything but Goldfield Dot. Us If you've named that goal file coffee if you've named it go file about babbled jazz if you've done If you've done your web pack can fig in any language that wasn't just pure J s like if you've done the same thing your web pack dot Babble Dot J. asked Then you are using interpret it is. It is like a library to to registered transpires inside of node and if we had things namespace at Gulf Jazz I just feel like they would likely be used less by people Not only because it's a discover ability issue right like trying to find the package in scope on n. p. m But also just because like people don't want to like advertise for. I don't know it's it's a Weirdo. Consorts thing like I get it if built to be totally totally independent and just let them be totally totally independent. And I think that's like a really good use case for not mono re-polling in this case. Yeah Yeah that's that seems fair. You know if it was just like these are only meant for internal usage and you still split them off. The feels less nice. You know only for the economics of like. Oh God. Now my my gut just constantly changing direct directories and stuff to to do my get commits and all that. I just like a management headache and Ergonomic said Ake. I think I'd agree. Yeah it's a horse problem. Definitely to animals are involved. I had some questions bling. Like what's what's the future of Gulp here. Do you have any like version? Fours out new websites out like what what is the future of. Gulp can aware. Where do you think it's going rate? I have lots of ideas so we're going to keep working on our documentation like I'm very happy with our setup now We can turn out new documentation. We when we did our rewrite of the documentation for four in the new website. We didn't we didn't translate any of the plug in Guidelines or how to write a plug in. We didn't translate any of the recipes So I want to get a lot of that stuff figured out and so One of our big expenses for the money that we do receive is to pay a documentarian and whoever else helps to write docs because it is like probably what what I would think is like the least interesting thing that Katina can do People don't WanNa do it right like they? They will do anything but they'll fix issues. They will create features but writing documentation is really hard. So it's one of our big expenses Well and I guess as a certain point year too deep right like you know too much about Gulp and how it works and how to ride ICAL vile a you almost lose out you miss out on that novice sort of mindset the beginner mindset. You know that that might be required to make really good. Docs that's tough. That's right and our documentarian actually has written about Four lines of ever so gets to tell me when things are way too deep and when I I have too much knowledge or experience and we can Bring it back to. Its its base and really rooted in in the fundamental knowledge. Not Blaine is super super deep in the weeds here. That's Nice I in our last show. The topic of a friction log came up. Which was kind of a you. Try to do something technical and just be mindful as you're doing it up anything that was you know unusual caused us some friction and write it down and maybe that works for docs as well if somebody's reading some docs and like there's friction because they just don't understand what the heck you're talking about that's a That's a moment there to latch onto the other. I would say the other immediate future thing Dave is that something that came up very recently And it's kind of frustrating to me is that We got four was started to be developed when No zero ten was still new and now notes up to fourteen And so our our support actually active two zero ten. Because I didn't want to break people in the release but node fourteen. That came out the other day. It actually breaks the Gulf watcher So what we will very likely. I don't know how we're going to find the time to do this. Because it's a lot of hours of work but we need to probably do a gulp of four to five breaking release that has That just changes are node. J Support Matrix on so that we can upgrade some libraries to get the fixes needed support node for. That's a nightmare man. I'm sorry you know like just you have to lock to an old note version which is probably like something that some people aren't stoked about like I can't you can't use four. It's stuck in the past you know I don't know it just seems like a like a bummer. What have no duty you? They just change some I. It's been happening for a while. But they've actually just removed some of the features that we we relied on in like the native code so I understand that they are trying to to clean house right. They're trying to remove this old crusty natives. Like I think it's probably see code or bindings for that. And that's what. Our Watcher Library uses and the watcher library has been upgraded but they don't backward fixes so we need to We need to do an upgrade. Which is major breaking change? And then we're also going to have to drop support for node some and to be honest like these are old node versions but we try to have the the most comprehensive. We can So we're going to be looking into baton immediate future good good luck and That's cool that's good to hear now. I like again. Thanks for coming on. I really appreciate it like we saw to their view of here in Austin knows But it's just good to know like Gopez going Gopez like still active like like. I think it was always kind of in my head like I like Gulp but I like what's going on with it. You know and so Want to say thank you for coming on the show talking about it because it does sound like it's it's active active in still very useful so I guess we should wrap it up here in the blamed for those who are not falling you and giving you money. How can they do that? I would say. Go check out the Gulf website Gulp. Jazz DOT COM I'm really happy with the design. It's really cool I I don't promote myself too much I'm playing doublets on twitter But yeah hit up golf. Got Legal culp stuff is really cool. we have all the sponsorship links you can find the tide lifts enterprise option on the website as well Yeah yeah thanks yeah. There is a donate button in the NAB. I support up Get money get paid so everyone go there and check. Check a buck or two bucks. I guess is the minimum effective. Looks at it all right. Well cool well. Thank you so much and Yet thank you dear listener for downloading this in your pocket or choice or. Da your file because you could probably do that. He follows on twitter chapter for tens of tweets a month. Consume that in your goal file of if you hate your job ever shop talk show dot com slash jobs and get a brand new because people want hire people like you and Chris anything else. 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"blaine" Discussed on Broken Record
"Record was nine eight again. The guy had a huge advantage or may not the matters but he was very skinny. Very Tall. Tom. You know in in in his lung capacity total lung capacity was almost apple. Who was pretty extraordinary sunny. That's that doesn't matter but anyway I thought somehow what I saw was by living in the sphere. Just lie decided to do the scare before by Living. There would acclimate become condition. But also I thought that ice by not eating for that amount of time metabolic rate would slow down and suddenly be able to hold my breath much longer. That's what I was hoping for but it does doesn't really why started cracking stuff away so it doesn't really work like that. Then I went back trained. The Bureaucracy Jin hypothetical record at that time was ten minutes. No real visuals on its. I started training to static apnea breath holding oxygen. So I got my first. Try and add a bunch of friends. There that word up nor basketball surging doctors owners when they saw that I was under for fifteen minutes. Nothing they pulled me out because in their mind is like the body candidate order that that's not also and I was like. Why did you do that? Spine in came in with pulmonary expert with telemetry and everything attached. I had done a twenty minute and two seconds breath. Hold before the Oprah One which seventy four twenty minutes in to second breath heart rate dropped it a beats per minute and they've never seen that and so they pulled me out once again. I was like why he do that. They were like 'cause you're about to go into cardiac Cardiac DEBT I was like perfectly fine. The body does things it adjusted adapts. And I don't know if there's something to just accepting the situation riding through the Alps but it was. It was pretty amazing so when I had to do the world record which Tom Z. Posted right before I mean he went on Regis killing it to sixteen thirty two from hypothetical. Thirteenth Nasdaq okay. Got Analysis so I got twenty so I felt like when I do override. Be Okay getting to the seventeen sixteen thirty two in Longworth fold. What is what are the phases of what's going on mentally you want to? Ideally it silly but you WanNa keep your eyes closed. You WanNA do your your brain takes a lot of energy so you WanNa Kinda minimize on everything just to preserve. Oh to want to shut everything down as much as possible that I do is I just I. I used to be Al Bank of names visit. All different places absorbs drift onto the ocean going into the abyss of the oceans. Kind of go all over them when so when I did it on stage and stuff like that much show. I didn't do that move. I go upside down but going down. I realized this Dini's through it upside down and I realized why I think he was doing this. Because if you think about the way mammals that are underwater creatures. They big breath in. They died this way. So if you think about it when you're upside down at first. Your lungs aren't forcing the air out there forcing it's that physician is going into lung so it's like. Ibm upside down in is a much easier position. Hold your breath. The only getting their takes energy even getting out of it. When I'm upside down in the water tank I kinda relaxed on the skirt asleep. Knock go to sleep. I mean go to that place just didn't make sense. So what was the last one will after that? When I got really cocky and Mike trainer working on it's like can never do a stunt that you'd have to prepare for you need to do it and understand what you're doing. I did this upside down thing and I figured I'd done like six hours of Sagawa's thing I can do sixty hours upside down to six hours. I've been dry upside down for. I like you know nightmare among side down anyway that that was a disaster of disaster. Shut down for a long time. Did stop national that with the electricity whereas in a Tesla Coil. Seventy three hour standing up which was really hard as expansion of the ankles start for risk through the metal chain mail. Faraday seat I was wearing and you know one time and I had electric water. Our strength spitted out the ARK it. The water went for Lasted from my heart. And even I think I'd burn marks on my toes so that that was a really really difficult one in the last one I did at my daughter was born like not doing anything anymore. Like this done so I just went back to the magic stuff. Thought something I've been working on. It's been that has been so fun. Can Amazing Right now. I'LL REC- we're just working out dreaming about playing with it. Thank you but there is one that I love this. The opposite it's not about you know survive on it. It's more about the opposite. End the best more about our tree and beauty and things like that. Hopefully they still even in the shows that I've seen I've seen you do stuff. We still end up being in a tank water for a really long time right. Well Yeah I mean I. Can't I love those things I love and to me? How's that magic me? That's the real magic to me. It's like the bodies capable doomed things that we can't even imagine that the body was standard. Do that's magic. A human can go without air for twenty minutes and two seconds are now the records twenty four minutes three seconds. That's magic as the body. Do that any of the things that you've done Just think about any techniques or anything that you've learned that are helpful in terms of people who were facing struggle. I think rule number one is accept everything just the way it is so as well number one and then try everything in your power to understand and to solve for what the best possible approach to fixing the situations. I think a lot of it starts with like correcting little things that you can manage. Ourself Beautiful Ben. Thank you for telling me stories. Thank you thanks again. David Blaine for jumping on Zoom Polish. Rick gave his latest special the magic way aired on ABC earlier this month check on ABC DOT COM for details. Broken record is producing help from Jason Gambro meal about Lia Rose Matt Loboda Martine Gonzales pushing industry. I think he's expecting beats. I'm just in Richmond..
"blaine" Discussed on Broken Record
"Is attributed to the fact that you weren't in other ones we're talking about is you're more uncomfortable is more of a sense of aid is the forty four days was more distant operation than a discomfort. I think that right I mean he starts to feel pain. The basically if you read any book about extended fasting Kinda hits notes like it about a month or twenty eight days you really do start to have the sweet taste in your mouth so I was drinking water the whole time but around dates twenty eight. I started questioning harmony and everybody there is like bill. I was like I would pour the water because at a tube and it was periods through also is like no minerals. No nothing I would have to combat at our drinking. I think like the people that supported this London Channel Four. I was thinking state. They must want this to keep going. So they're spiking my water glucose. You know I've tasted side may harmony bang bill by brother. Pour the water down to my say tasteless right now. There's sugar in. It accord the drink a mouse and. I think that they were all in August. I get like a random stranger. Let's bring him all the way up former water bowed asset. Macao water so old. The the guidebook things of what happens during the fast really did actually happen. Exact the information I had on how long I could do it for. Came from a physiologist at NASA. So he was you know they want to protect the astronauts so they do all the due-diligence all the research they look into the terrible records World War. Two things that most people wouldn't go into morally. It's our ethically so so he would really just to save actions. I say okay. How long can human actually go without food along with just water and they had really accurate. Specific notes of what could be tolerated. It pretty much worked out exactly as I soon. And what was it? The most difficult parts to that so many amazing things have been at the say. If I was doing that fast by myself it would have been impossible. Which is why. Put IT IN PUBLIC. So public all sides visible. I knew I would just have to do it. There's no cheating because you're you're exposed as a guest but if I was trying to buy myself forget the only real difficulties is little things that you don't think about like after that amount of time we've noted Fast Greenbelt my system your body's processing I held held there was barely but I help but number two in for the entire time. Obviously most of sweat through your breath and all that stuff in any you. Override it and you don't have to go over again at that race and then the only other real real difficulty I think was busy. Started become really weak. Your you know your body goes into this sort of you very stable very minimalistic and all that stuff. But your heart's moving differently is I guess from you. Know you're you're you're eating. Start to your organs. Bone mass index decrease thirty. Three saw. What happened is you know the Londoners not belonging to the media start to make this ordered forty four days this stories people would like fly like toy helicopters with cheeseburgers on Bevin bomb People would like in the middle of the night like shoot paint balls at the box and it was really cool looking like this color months by. It was like that noise. 'cause you don't think about that way. Echoes Wake up the slack. And it's but that's not the difficult part difficult part is I think around day thirty seven when I started to get. The heart started to feel like it was going to. It wasn't right right. 'cause it's decrease in size by a third or whatever it is that laws and we have those records. Afterwards I went to the house. We had the New England Journal. Medicine Oxford generally studied stuff. I gave the results in science just because most people that do these things like striking or hunger strikes but anyway so around that time around eight thirty seven thirty eight. A heart starts going. It starts getting really really difficult because you think that you're going to collapse. You know you get dizzy everything you do. Any movement and my mother passed away when I was young but Foresee died. She said to me God is love at that was the last war is that she said when she died in my arms was like I said most difficult must beautiful basically giving me but so it around that exact time I was like I said I had said mom. If you think I should keep going give me a sign. Our Bridge was in front of me over there. These could start young. David David I see them right when I said that I'm saying that exact moment in they have a rolled up wife thing right and they open it up and they start walking down towards me when they get closely they keep open up. They open all the way they're holding it like three of them. I think and it says God is love. It's like wow a third crying of it so then I and then you know. Those kind of signs is simple Winston whatever it is bass enough to keep going or if it or if the energies out they are in in you know energy is never goes something she put out there. That just happened to connect at the right moment. You know those types of things so I kept going push the endings you know like. I said it was the in. So it's like when you get the chance in the vertigo ahead at two in the box when you get the chance to just really watch the sun. Go up over the sky. Watch it a hallway up watching a whole way down and all the way around. Watch the river go up and down. It's amazing that we never get to do them. Real life administers is done with the stunt. I was in the hospital recovering. Somebody sent me a box of Harrods food. I shouldn't have be in for a couple of weeks. That's the most dangerous part it's the repeating syndrome. Which is the paper that we published was about. That is soon as the doctor who thought I was also cheating by the way and Bill wanted me to take glucose vitamins but children said no bill and I was. Right is my body's victims of starvation mode so it was in the metabolic rate change to protect but anyway so as soon as I started that like taking from the box taking the Chris Eating. You know the Bagels as soon as you do that. Animal State Returns. Everything changes then. It's like you're not a spiritual art of this music. Art Fades away very fast. So you go from like this this state of like pure war. There's no body. There's nothing the colors. The win the sky song the herbs in back into the you know the the normal world so it is something that I wish everybody could experience some is it is it and I think that's why those yogis amongst by do those long fast because they find that place for Serotonin is writing. They're brain levels known Barkan. Snow doke means a solid steady. Say and you and you find something that you could never. You could never imagine or explain what was after the after the glass box Two thousand three after that was the dust that drowned alive. The water thing. That was my favorite by far. Just the favourite across the board. I started holding my breath when I was five years old. I was on the swim team at my feet. Turn Band Single Mother Brooklyn. Ymca all the kids beating Mesa instead. Assuming like normal like them because I would just swim straight and I suddenly. I'm able to keep up because I'm not breathing and I start going back and forth and I start really. Wow could do coaches. I don't do that as I can. I can do it and I and I did do it. And then the older kids would come to see me lap. Sit Out breathing. Alice in then they would compete against me so go underwater and beat them all the older older kids side. Say listen you can go up and down as many times as the wrong. I'll stay under the whole time so I was able to while they went up and down as able to last like six of bears but they didn't know take enough going up and down and doing that. It's not as efficient sustained right. Which is what I was doing. So the breath all began bear in then I loved it and then I discovered Houdini at that age as well as readings underwater king yet a record three and a half minutes so young teen. I was able to do three and a half minutes. No problem I I'd get out of the pool blackout by the way didn't know that that's what was going on in then. Had the idea of putting a sphere shaped declaring in the middle of Lincoln Center and just living there like a human aquariums. I've been but like is a is like A. Yeah just Melania and seeing long stay so what was the longest that somebody was submerged underwater continuously with seven days? I spoke to a guy that had the record that lived under lake and he gave me all tips and thanks EXC state under five days. He's like here's what we need to do. So I kind of listen. Gyms studied what we were saying and then just did. It didn't anticipate what would happen to the hands and feet that you know. It's pretty. Pain is pretty intense because All the oils protect you leave. And then you know. The wrinkled extraordinarily beyond anything conceivable NASA and the pain that cost. Wipe it with them. Being Bat wrinkled just from expansion let stuff is crazy drinking liquids through to you know. Stay there seven. Oh another thing. You didn't anticipate son. That's fear like a magnifying glass. Big piece of glass fill water son's going to it actually burned the whole metal walkway hind out. So I I was in there for a week. My back was burnt but like not just burnt like read. I mean like like burnt burnt burnt and it stayed like that for like seven months or some you know just like it was in the pain assistant saying that. You don't think about those things and your water. So China negates it on some level until after with where did where did you end up with the bristled While I did actually with oxygenated twenty minutes and two seconds into straight breath holding I have gotten up to seven. Forty.
"blaine" Discussed on Broken Record
"Here's Rick Rubin and David Blaine who connected recently on zoom. The the reason that I wanted to talk to you is. I'm feeling a collective fear in the air. I feel like I feel like I'm not feeling my fear. So much is. I'm feeling everybody's fear is a cloud of fear. Emir started thinking about different times in my life. Been afraid of something or people. I know who have insights into fear and I remember when I was learning to spend time in the ice in an ice bath that the longest I could ever stay in was a few minutes until I did it with you when I did it with you. Your perspective on it. Open my mind and helped me deal with the fear of staying longer in You. Talk me through it and in that experience If opened me up to conquer fear so I wanNA talk to you. In general about the idea of conquering sears. Sound good it's great. What's said tell me a little bit about your relationship to fear. Well you know I am. I mean I guess my. My outlook on everything was already. My mother conferences kid but when she was really sick when she was dying instead of focusing on the difficult ardor sad angel art. She looked at the beauty in everything so she didn't focus on herself and complained so she she made death very poetic very beautiful which I think is like one of the best gifts. Give to your kid. Just that immediately made me NA afraid of the unknown which is that but as far as I was always pushing my body to do things that were like goal and probably dangerous since I was five years old. And here's the symbol formula for it. Simple formula is just. Don't just jump into the unknown. You go step by step by step by step slowly so if you go like if I was to hold my breath for twenty minutes. I'd be afraid that it's GonNa have cardiac arrest. I'll be debt but you don't start like that circe. Why did three and a half minutes kid? There's people that are free. Divers have done this amount of time. Let me train the best people. Let me slowly build a resistance or tolerance and understand the pain that I'm going to go through so I could process it. And fight it. So my outlook corona and obviously. I'm not a doctor. King gives advice spot the way I look at it. Is You have to do the things that you know our best so cleaner Diana. You don't eat products. That create mucus like dairy processors or breads or things like that. You have ginger garlic you outs. You know. Sixteen ounces of water before every anything that you drink you keep yourself hydrated so you do all the things you can really be ready for the fight because fear like let's say you're an has manic which. I was kiss and have a smaller than average lung capacity. It's scary thing. I'm a coronas. Couldn't give me it pneumonia types. You know in my lungs could shut down so what I WANNA do is if I was a smoker which I'm not I wouldn't talk cigarettes because why do anything. They can make the virus that much more effective in its path to destroy. So that's number one number two. Is He follow all the rules? Don't go near people is much as you can buy will void contact other than the people that you're warranting. Obviously in for me the other thing that I really like about which is I would say if you also studied in point of view is and I'm not saying that this is right or wrong such as my perspective. But the reason we don't want the virus spread is quickly as it's spreading. Because you don't know you have symptoms you. You're not aware of it. You don't feel anything often and you're very contagious right so you don't want to spread everywhere that we couldn't fight it. It's just the wrong. Want a hospitals to suddenly become flooded. Which is what's happening in then. Everybody's losing hospital beds. The respirators in its shutdown. So not that you want to fear the virus you WanNa do the right precautions to protect not even just yourself everybody around you so I think knowledge is basically the best way to overcome fear now as a kid my mother the only furiously Dave is when she saw not approaches because of robots at Rice but when he saw like spiders or something buddy how so I was always afraid of Little bugs not outgrow spies. Afraid of every other little so magician. Friends would come over. We'd be brainstorm magic and like I see a bug jokic right and I wasn't so to get over that fear I would have people come over. Boggs insects spiders talk. You know everything and I play with them. That's temporarily getting over it. So Affleck happened and I really over my last year which have been set certain insects so I took my brother too but sauna and He's the most afraid of every big kiss. Teach them how to get over that but anyway we go to Africa and we're in these little camps and with the guy who died. Who's he was the lion man? He goes out with the lines. They actually looks like a lion and he brings a roll of toilet paper. No weapons of calls out wildlife attack him. You can see it on Youtube. He would throw the toilet paper like fake. Though in the lines that jumped this guy grew up in the bush with the lions so he and hippos he would scare that is presence was unbelievable but anyway so that night after we went out with alliance and crossed out with them and she plays with the you know down while they're eating zebras. Really unbelievable but that night. I went to bed and I gave my brother a ice fishing day that I had some really serious high-tech which I shouldn't have done. So he hears something walking around his and then nighttime really mostly around his and I just assume it's elephant island but my brother looks through way and it's a hippo just circling against any. Here's the hippos deadly animals and that they'll just shop in half so I'm brother doesn't sleep the whole day since looking to this thing and boat was so what happened with me is bombing this ten. I'm being careful because even if it's an Alpha more you don't WanNa get anything in this little town low and I put my on my phone light on and I look up. And there's thousands of bugs all over the top of my tat. I'm like okay. We're in this together and I realized that those insects or my friends Jokic and from that move without insects. Sometimes it is just like a flute thing often. I think it's like you know the process. Trying to understand the information to get over arch and to learn until accelerate. So it's like and I also look at things as a challenge so like even with my daughter when she takes shower in the morning we use. I would tell her okay. Let's crank up the coal. Just want her. So when when over friends won't go in the ocean because the oceans older family she goes right in and it's just the mindset of like I can overcome this you know so it's and and that translates across the board so whether you're running as hard as you can are holding your brother you know I it standing up in one place for seventy three hours things like that. You have endorsed slowly build a tolerance at an understanding of what you're really doing. The research study with a smartest people that you can. And and that's the best way the you know. I think so to work on facing the fear in the most diligent efficient by. How'd you deal with the When you're in it I'll give you an example one time I was Bodysurfing in Venice with a mutual friend of ours and the waves getting big and it seemed normal at first and then the ways we're getting bigger and bigger and it was a pretty big day to begin with Benway's get bigger and we're out next. Look here the waves started crashing over the pier. Really big and I remember our friend look at me and saying you know Mike. This be in trouble. And that was the last thing he said and then he was gone. And then I'm sort of in the drop zone and just waves are crashing on me and came really close to ground and and I remember thinking I know the worst thing I can do is panic so I know panic. Panic will only hurt in this situation. But when you're being held underwater by waves will come for breath in a wave crashes you even if there's a conversation that goes on between. I know I'm not supposed to panic. This isn't going to help me. And the other voices. There's no where where Anneke hard to control. I think you know know number. One Rule of the twenty one laws of the Samrai's accept everything. Exactly the way it is and I think even in the worst situation we panic and go crazy and let it you. Won't you won't win that battle so you kind of have to accept what the situation is. And then in a very careful and clever way Dr outmanoeuvring but without fighting it. Because you're never going to beat the Osa you know so so you have to kind of smooth into it and have the faith that you can be on there for a little more than you think you can relax. Go go with a little bit. Which is the only option. Have you ever had that? Come up like in the midst of a challenge. Have you come up of what do I do now? Every time I'm holding my breath for a really long breadth hold. My heart gets really weird. Does these strange things. And that makes you get more focused on the heart and it doesn't help so I've learned over the years even when pushing to the extreme. You're just accept it in and go with it so you know that that that's the best thing that I've learned went on pushing to those extreme places it gets a little out of control. Let's talk about each one of the things.
John Krasinski reunites original 'Hamilton' cast to perform for 9-year-old fan
"The surprise of a lifetime for a young Helton fan from Florida we yeah Blaine Manuel Miranda and the entire Hamilton cast popped up on John Krasinski's YouTube showed is saying to nine year old operate she had tickets to the musical for her birthday before the corona virus forced the curtain to come down on the Jacksonville production our retail Brzezinski she watched his wife Emily blunt in Mary Poppins returns at home instead Deborah Rodriguez CBS news
Hate crimes towards Asians increase
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Call of Duty Modern Warfare: Completing All 3 Contracts in Warzone Battle Royale
"Will. You've been playing some new colleague. I have been called Kadoi Quad Kadoi wars zoning the new battle royale from the makers of call of duty modern warfare infinity ward. I thought it's called duty. Had a battle royale mode already so obviously. I don't know much about this. You are a longtime pudgy player. So yeah you want to explain how it works. Yes explain how it works. Give us give us the so. They did a battle royale last year. with Block ups for it was really hot for like two weeks and then people stopped being destroyed and then disappeared basically. I mean there's still people that play it on the rag but it had problems with like sound model and stuff like that. The folks at Trae Art. I think did a really good. Gd Talk last year explaining what they learned from the first rather the battle royale which is basically like in a first person game where you're being unto constantly it turns out sound is really important and they focused a lot on that like the sound bottle in modern warfare warzone is is much much better. It's still not you know I. It's it's still not perfect. None of these models Arkansas. You're doing math to fool people's brains into thinking they hear sounds up and down and behind them when they're wearing headphones and since cod is a console game it has to work with. Speaker and TV's as well as funds like there's not as good as your pc only But it's really neat so you drop in one hundred and fifty players solo mode now and they have a three player team mode a Hundred Years. You get chucked out of the plane you. The map is basically like It's kind of like a mash up of all of the call of duty or a lot of the multiplayer maps. So there's there's like a quarry section and there's a TV station section and there's a bone yard section and all these different like kind of You know Classic Cod death match. Maps are either expanded or kind of injected as kind of like showcase locations in the larger battle. Royale actual royale map is really big as it would have to be rich people but the really interesting thing that they've done is they've added a bunch of mechanics. They get you back in the game if your squad game and you get knocked out so or in a solar game for that matter so for example you get knocked somebody somebody kills you for your teammates can get you back up in in. Pudgy or I think four nights all does this. You're out busy. You Watch your friends play for the next twenty or thirty minutes in this thing called the Gulag where you're in a rock style. Prison shower there to players started on either ends. You have a shower is where you lost me. Look man you went to prison shower part. I don't talk right. It's like it's the show. It is literally looks like the shower. Prison the prison shower from the rock. So so you have to like to one man leaves. The Guy who leaves gets to bears back in on his friends if you suck. Yeah so this is rocket league. It's Thunderdome but it's essentially like you're you're a subcategory of death match happening coinciding with this large fifty. Were all the people who are waiting at rocket. Leak or rocket arena not rocket arena. He's very rocket well in that rocket. Arena way like the people who are waiting for their turn to fight are standing up around the edge of the shower looking down from the guards gallery throwing rocks at the people who are fighting so like and if like you and one of your teammates gets knocked they'll be up in the arena and they can tell you which way because it's basically like doted three lanes there's right mid and last so like if you have a guy in the arena in the gallery that telling you which way the opponents going you've a pretty big advantage you have like a grenade you have a flash bang or a smoke grenade or something like that but mostly you have like a pistol or a shotgun or or whatever and then you have to murder that person if you go back in and you get back and then your team can get in world currency Like you find cash when you kill people you like cash part of diluting process and you can buy them back in at a by station for like forty five hundred Docs. It's really neat. They did a bunch of stuff to simplify. There's no attachments. They have to pick up the guns. You can you. The guns are coated like a while so like you have gray green blue purple legend gold or orange legendary loot and all that means is like the low doubts on them. So like they'll have different grips of different muscles. They'll different scopes so you don't have to be worrying about like does this angled grip going this gun or do i. Is it better on this gun? What would I do with all this stuff? The things take literally hundreds of hours to learn a game like a g are are much more straightforward. It's been really fun. I've really been enjoying an added Solos yesterday. Haven't had a chance to check that out yet. But I'm going to do it and this is free to play free to play so if you already own God modern warfare. It'll show up as a menu item if you don't it's like an eighty or one hundred gig download. I assume because the map is enormous and Let's see if you are a fan of the duty years where they have a bunch of weird like voice packs and Snoop. Dogg boys packs and a bunch of like. We'd leave crosshairs for your guns. I'm sorry to tell you that that is not the case. This is not one of those years. So hopefully the we'd leave. Crosshairs will come back next year and calling me. It's not health. Pack base it's health region so you have health jen your armor. Which is the most important kind of stat? You have rather than having a helmet and a chesapeake like you do in most games Basically you just have these metal plates you jammed to invest in front of your shirt and those three of those gives you one hundred percent armor basically and you can carry extra armor around which is nice. If you're in the middle fights and stuff like that it's it's IT'S A. They did a really nice job with. It's a really neat. It's a really neat. About how do you have a sense that they're going to avoid the pitfalls of the other battle Royale Games in terms of like keeping maps updated? Ed like changing over You know some nursing and keeping the the weapons in line Do you have a sensor that I know it's early So it's it's difficult to say my assumption is they're gonNA do one. Map is like adding maps is a neat thing if you look at what it asks. Legends is done when they add a new map. The old one goes away for a while and then they bring the new one back with some changes. So they're kind of cycling back and forth Fortnight has been constantly evolving. Their map huggies keeps adding new maps. And that kind of fragments. The player base every time they do it which seems like a bad thing when the player base shrinking so My I I think it's too early for a lot of that stuff to say until they find out what the stable audiences you know the games a week and a half old at this point so it's unclear It's unclear if if people are GONNA stick with we won't know people are going to stick with it for a month probably gets But the other nice thing is it ties into the existing call of duty. Modern warfare battle pass so the mud. It is if you buy into the battle pass in one place then you can use it in both the normal. Dm Game and also the battle royale so it's not like it's not like there's a subscription the cosmetic stuff seems pretty reasonably priced there. Aren't there aren't loop boxes like they? They've done a pretty good job. I it seems like I think that would be pleasant to Blaine. Would make you feel skis for playing unfortunate. Call of duty unfortunate play mechanics.
"blaine" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"James. Blaine had hoped that this gathering of ministers would give his candidacy a last minute. Boost coupled with a bombshell happen after David Blaine had hoped this event would rally the people of New York to his side instead. Word spoken by Reverend Samuel Birch Amir six days before Election Day. Swallowed Blames Candidacy Hall team after Burchard speech. Many men in the crowd looked murderous in his impromptu. Alliteration BURCHARD UNDID. Almost all lanes hard campaign work. His words were seen as bigoted nativist and insensitive to prudence. Very few people applauded as blame. Took the podium. After burchard blamed didn't know what was wrong. He hadn't heard or wasn't paying attention to birds words so he delivered his scripted remarks without distancing himself from Bertrand's offensive comments the official stenographer left before campaign leader could expunge the Reverend's words from the record and a few hours later newspaper editor. Arthur Gorman received copy of Reverend Burchard speech he immediately published it. Noting blames lack of rebuttal. Gorman gloated if anything will elect Cleveland these words we'll do it on November fourth. Eighteen eighty four Americans went to the polls as expected the southern states voted solidly for the Democrat. Cleveland Blaine carried the West and Midwest but the real contest as expected was in New York. Heavy rains pounded the empire state on Election Day. This kept many rural. Republican voters in upstate. New York from traveling to their polling stations city dwellers mostly Democrats had an easier time casting their ballots and when the votes were counted. Cleveland won by a razor-thin margin beating. Blaine by only one thousand forty seven votes but he was enough to give all of. New York's thirty six electoral votes to Cleveland. Cleveland garnered two hundred nineteen electoral votes and the majority of the popular vote. He owed his success to a few key factors. I the election focused on personal background and scandals instead of pertinent political issues. Though the Maria Halpin affair was a large stain on his record. Cleveland was more appealing choice than the scandal. Ridden Blaine the second. The Republican Mug ones who made every effort to discredit blame probably push public opinion towards Cleveland. Lastly Cleveland's own reputation as reformer gave him a boost. People were not just against Blaine. They were voting for Cleveland and his brand of pro reform politics and so elected Cleveland Resolve to bring with him to Washington the best man the Democratic Party had to offer. He would not play favorites or allow favors he told. A confidante henceforth. I must have no friends a march fourth. Eighteen eighty-five grover. Cleveland became the first Democrat to take the oath of office since before the civil war true to his word Cleveland would strive for a transparent administration and were to reduce patronage in the capital but his term in office would be marked by violent social unrest on the next episode of wicked gain. The election of eighteen eighty eight as social unrest rocks the nation and threatens grover Cleveland's chances for a second term. Cleveland faces off against the grandson of former president. Deft campaigner in a rising star in the Republican Party Benjamin Harrison. Don't miss a single week of our marsh from seventeen eighty nine to twenty twenty. Hit the button and your podcast APP now. The show is supported by you our listeners. Please give us a rainy and leave a review with a single best way to help this show grow is to tell others share with your friends and family find us on Social Media. Wicked game pod. And I'm at Lindsey Graham. Another way to support. This show is to go to wicked game. Podcast DOT COM members. There get early access to add free episodes as well as bonus content only available to members. Find out more at wicked game. Podcast DOT COM and about how to reenactments in most cases. We can't know exactly what was said but everything. Our show is heavily researched and based on surviving historical documents. Wicked game is an airship production created hosted and executive produced by me. Lindsey Graham sounds by Derek Barons Co executive produced by Stephen Walters in association with ritual productions this episode written and researched by Seattle Salazar. Fact checking by Greg Jackson and Sale Salazar from the PODCAST history. That doesn't suck music by Lindsey. Graham stricken by wondering..
"blaine" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"Aide walks into Cleveland's office puts the Buffalo Telegraph newspaper on his desk. What's this you should read it Sir? But I don't think you'll like it. Cleveland Glances at the headline a terrible tale. A dark chapter in public man's history. The pitiful story of Maria HALPIN governor Cleveland Son. Cleveland GOES Pale. What is this? I'm not sure sir. But it's given our friends cause for concern. Cleveland reads the story while his assistant stands nervously by the Governor Groans and shakes his head as he reads the exaggerated version of his relationship with Maria. Helping the article asserts. That Cleveland promised to marry happen. It also claims Cleveland abandoned. The child had health and committed to an insane asylum to further smear his character. The article reports that mayor of Buffalo Cleveland ran a Harem out of his house. Cleveland throws the paper down on his desk. His eight looks sheepish. How should we proceed? Sir? I'm not sure. Let me think on it. This story is just in the Telegraph. So who would believe anything printed in Iraq We've had phone call sir. Yes and the story is also printed in the Boston Journal. And several other newspapers have committed to printing it tomorrow. Cleveland size despair sorted tale printed in a tabloid. That's never supported him as one thing scandal appearing in a reputable source like the Boston Journal is another well Sir we could retaliate. There's a rumor that Blaine only married. His wife point of his father-in-law shotgun the assistant hands. Cleveland a write up the Blaine Story. Cleveland glances at it tears. It up throws the scraps in the fireplace. No we will not prince such a story. The other side can have the monopoly of all the dirt in this campaign.
"blaine" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"In the eighteen seventies and eighteen eighties. Grover Cleveland rose through the democratic ranks. He earned a reputation as an honest pro reform. Civil servant in an era of quid pro quo machine politics as he gained star power within the Democratic Party in New York. Cleveland earned the nickname. Grover the good this reputation propelled him for mayor of Buffalo to Governor of New York State. And just a few years around the same time on the other side of the aisle. There was another politician. Who made a name for himself to Republican? James Blaine. He served in Congress and Secretary of state to President. James Garfield as a moderate Republican Blaine lobby to curb rampant federal patronage. Better known as the spoils system this system data back to President. Andrew Jackson and by the mid eighteen eighty S. It had grown out of control many fully expected to turn their party loyalty into a lucrative government post regardless of qualification moderate Republicans like Blaine sought to restore honesty transparency and efficiency to federal government departments another faction of Republicans known as stalwarts bought such reforms. Stalwarts were led by two men Roscoe conquering in his right hand. Man Vice President Chester Arthur. The Spoil System had given them leverage within the party. They saw no reason to rock the boat. Eager Office seekers got caught in the middle of this intraparty debate as Cleveland and Blaine argued for reform and Conklin Arthur resisted one republican frustrated with business as usual in. Washington would exact his revenge on the president of the United States himself. This is episode twenty five eighteen eighty four Blaine versus Cleveland. Tell the truth across the seventies grover. Cleveland HAD RISEN TO PROMINENCE IN BUFFALO NEW YORK. He'd worked as a lawyer and with the help of his well-connected uncle established a law practice with a few partners. Cleveland had developed a close friendship with his partner Oscar. Folsom folsom outgoing. Manner and good looks made a sharp contrast with Cleveland Dour countenance so fall. Some became the public face of their growing law. Practice Cleveland was close with the entire fulsome family. But even the domestic list of Oscar and Emma folsom could not entice Cleveland to marry and start a family of his own when his sister asked if he had ever considered marriage. Cleveland replied a good many times and the more I think of it the more. I think I'll not do it instead. Cleveland was married to his work to use the modern parlance. He was a workaholic. His law practice had thrived and he charged high fees for his end man services. Cleveland regularly sent large portions of his salary to his impoverished. Mother and single sisters business partners clients and local politicians respected him. One judge describe Cleveland's honesty he practiced. No subterfuge this was impossible for him. His great strength was his candor. His thorough integrity in eighteen seventy. He had accepted the nomination to run for. Erie County Sheriff Though. He was only thirty three years old at the time. Cleveland had easily won the election and applied his knowledge of the law and work ethic to his post. He often chose to perform the unsavory parts of the job himself. Rather than force them onto an underlying when necessary. He pulled the lever at the gallows several men to their deaths in eighteen. Seventy three Cleveland had left office and gone back to his private law practice but he had never truly left politics behind a devoted democrat. Cleveland had supported local candidates and served on Party committees as the Democrats were hard to overcome their reputation as the party of the rebellion in the civil war. Cleveland had earned a reputation as a political booster in favor of reform. But Cleveland soon faced a public tragedy on July. Twenty third eighteen seventy five his friend Oscar FOLSOM had a terrible carriage accident on Balmy summer afternoon. Folsom rode in a carriage. On his way to Cleveland's home hit a love for carriage and horse racing relishing. The speed of the ride fulsome took a turn in the road too fast. His horse losses footing. The wheel slipped skidded and the carriage careened out of control. Fulsome was thrown from his seat and hit his head. He died instantly three days later on July. Twenty six eighteen seventy five. Cleveland was called on to give his friends eulogy as he looked out over the crowd of lawyers friends and family. Cleveland choked up in the course of a life not entirely devoid of startling events. I can truly say. I was never so shocked and overwhelmed when I heard on Friday night of the death of Oscar folsom. The congregants nodded in agreement. Tears STREAK DOWN. The faces a several men. The Cleveland sympathies focused on falsehoods widow. Emma and her daughter Francis. I know that we will sorely Miss Oscar and his kind and generous heart but let are tender sympathy extent to fatherless child after the Memorial Service. Cleveland followed his own advice. Folsom died without a will. In Cleveland took on the role of executor of his largest date. He managed the estate free of charge and assured that Emma and Francis Folsom were financially secure even with a large workload and his responsibilities in the folsom estate in eighteen eighty. One Cleveland felt the lure of public office. Again he told a friend. This office seeking is a disease. It is even catching in eighteen. Eighty one Democratic Party leaders. Ask Cleveland to run for mayor of Buffalo. He agreed and he won in his acceptance speech. Cleveland firmly established his commitment to reform. He declared I believe that. A more rigid scrutiny of all public expenditures will result in a great saving to the Community. And when we consider that public officials are the trustees of the people and hold their places and exercise their power for the benefit of the people. There should be no higher inducement to a faithful. An honest discharge of public duty. Buffalo citizens agreed but not everyone approved of Cleveland stance in cross country Pro Reform. Moderate Republicans and Democrats hotly debated the necessity of government reform with the resistance. Stalwart Republicans that fierce debates at the table for an assassin to take matters into his own hands. It's nine am on Saturday. July second eighteen eighty one president James Garfield enders the Waiting Room of the Baltimore and Potomac Railway Depot in Washington. Dc Garfield talks with his travel companion secretary of state. James Blaine about his summer plans. The two men take several steps into the bustling train station pass Workman and summer travelers on their way to board a train. To New York City President does not see Dr Care Charles Guitar. Waiting the newsstand as Garfield steps toward the train platform. You Tow pulls out a pistol and takes aim. The bully grazes. The president's right shoulder. Tearing his suit shattering nearby glass sending shards fall. Into the carpeted floor. Garfield looks around frantically first attacker while tote takes advantage of the confusion he steps to his right aims his pistol again and fires. This time the bullet hits Garfield in the back just above his waist Garfield slumps to the floor. His blood soaps the back of his light grey. Summer suit blame watches in horror and calls out for. Help help you you. They're the same for the nearest doctor. The president's been shot as a crowd forms around the president attempts to slip away and head for the nearest exit. What a witness blocks escape route? You toes forced to turn and run to another door. He Collides with a police officer who grabs him by the arm but doesn't know him as the assassin. Sir. You're coming from the scene of a shooting. I'm detaining you and all the rest until I get to the bottom of this as the officer Forces Guitar into a nearby chair. Several train station employees bring a mattress from their workroom and lift the injured president onto it only then does Dr Smith Townsend Washington. Dc's health officer arrive immediately. Begins EXAMINATION OF GARFIELD MR PRESIDENT? Can you tell me where you feel the most pain my right leg and my foot ache? That could be a sign of spinal damage. Mr President. If you're able. Can you turn over onto your side for me? Garfield Winston as he rolls from his back to his side. Townsend carefully examines the Gunshot Wound. Probate with his finger in an attempt to locate the bullet. Oh what do you think of my condition? Doctor Mr President. You are gravely injured that I can see no spinal damage and I have no reason to fear the worst. Dr Townsend's encouragement does not assuaged president. Donald Doctor I feel I am a dead man. After Guitar. Attack President James Garfield lingered for eighty six days before dying from Septicemia Blood Poisoning Guitar ultimately admitted to the murder claiming the Garfield passed him over for a government position. He deserved Garfield died on. September nineteenth eighteen eighty one at ten thirty five PM. Chester a Arthur was never supposed to be president. He became vice president only because as a stalwart republican he brought votes from that wing of the party to his running mate James Garfield he also hailed from New York and could almost guarantee that crucial state would vote for the Garfield Arthur ticket in the eighteen eighty election but moderate Republicans never wanted him at the helm many of them considered Arthur to be a political hack in the pocket of the powerful and corrupt stalwart Republican leader Roscoe conquering one Republican thirty one year old Julius Sand took action though she had no personal connection to Arthur she boldly wrote to the perspective President. The people are bowed in grief but not so much because Garfield is dying as because you are his successor but San saw reason for hope and offered Arthur. Some wise counsel making a man President Can Change Him. Great Emergencies Awaken generous traits which have lain dormant half alive if there is a spark of true nobility in you now is the occasion to let it shine at two fifteen am on September Twentieth Eighteen. Eighty one Arthur took the oath of office and became President. He took sands advice to heart and try to act with his conscience with President. Garfield assassination are through began to see the need for reform. A frustrated office secret had murdered his predecessor and Arthur came to think civil service reform could solve. Many of the problems caused by the Spoil System Again. San WROTE ARTHUR. The vital question before the country today is Civil Service Reform. Vital question before you is how you will meet. Arthur began writing back to sand regularly asking for advice. He needed her support as he faced national challenges that had been brewing for years as he navigated increasingly difficult political issues and sought to make the presidency his own Arthur would alienate members from both wings of the Republican Party would find himself with few allies and even fewer friends the topic that would ultimately drive a wedge between Arthur and. His party was a hot button. Issue at in one form or another has been with the country since its inception in gration..
Willow Smith Will Trap Herself in a Box for 24 Hours as Performance Art
"Willow Smith she's pulling a David Blaine she's gonna trapper self in a box for twenty four hours as performance art okay the media thing I think of is is the boxy through is there a toilet in the box you can go twenty four hours without toileting really could not pay for twenty four hours I couldn't but I mean I'm sure someone can and besides so you go in the box with a diaper on huh well anyway she saying because she's getting she's crippling anxiety and so this is her what her way of demonstrating that her control over it or not or not control I mean maybe she flips out and jumps out there saying they're gonna do this at the Geffen contemporary it's the MOC a temples in the museum of contemporary art there we go I it's a former police garage so you O. here it is visitors will walk her through a glass wall a fifteen minute interviews after intervals after watching that we got into a room with a video feed where they can make donations to mental health and then I think it was for a good cause yeah they're gonna stream of life
Washington, D.C.: 5 shot, 2 dead in 3 separate incidents in under an hour in DC
"DC police are investigating three separate shootings that left two people dead it all happened within just one hour yesterday at around five in the evening not far from the fourth district police station in a busy shopping area two men in their late teens and a woman were shot along thirteenth street near Peabody street in northwest DC police chief Peter Newsham says one of the men died on the scene the other at the hospital two other shootings just before that one left two people injured a woman near Minnesota Avenue and Blaine street in north east was the victim of the first shooting at around four fifteen then about seven minutes later a man was injured by gunfire on opens road off Stanton wrote all of the incidents are still under
We Are Celebrating Kobe Bryants #GirlDad Legacy
"I I'll be honest. It's been a rough week. I've lost a bit of my spirit right now. We understand We're all learning learning about the news of Kobe. Bryant and his daughter who's donating he The seven other passengers and that Sunday was a horrible as a whole is really bad and we know everybody is hurting everyone I think honestly I think the the world is shocked especially Los Angeles. You know Peres Kobe's family his ways all of their families really everyone family. There's a lot of loss but there seems to be some love and gratitude. That's been bubbling. Blaine that you I noticed. Yes so we were looking and you know all the journalists. During their due diligence we know what journalists do. They were finding older clips of Kobe. Talking about being a father you know being a man loving his family and one of them that emerged. He's someone's did you ever WanNa boy because you know. He was the proud father of four girls and he was like you know. I'M A girl dead. All the way and the girl that movement has happened bothers all over the Internet. Ah from every race. Every corner of the world are proudly proclaiming girl. DADS fathers of girls just for clarity bothers. Girls groner young are posting the images. And how they are to be grow father and I quit. I have to say we needed this moment. Because as I was thinking about this you know definitely And I say this on the episode that we have in the weeds of covering it like you said You know the notes and the nuts and bolts but also legacy of Kobe But what has been really beautiful and I think it was your post on the one. You did on dedicated just to his relationship with G. G. and I started thinking about how we're going to broach conversation station this week and you know realize that we have a girl debt right here amongst us right in the office right in the office so while we were daughters four daughters. This someone we've been trying to talk to like you said we just wanted his business. His business masterclass. We decided to talk to our essence ventures founder and chair Richard Dennis tennis about being a Gerlad. Yep Proud data four girls and he's married four daughters ages twenty five to nine so he he knows a few you think And you know as a dis girl you guys know you often hear me talk about my relationship my father but you know I just can't stop looking at these images of Koby and Jonah and the thing that it's hard to find anything to feel good about but I was telling corey the part that I keep thinking his. He died doing what he loved. The most which is being an easing. Yep and if you gotta go let it be doing something you love with the people that you love and the fact that he was with his daughter being a coach and a father other supporting her supporting her friends. Yeah exactly and I have to say To all the amazing black fathers out there any amazing father's period. Yeah you know we see you. Thank you and this conversation. Today is my father's yet but it was time to have this conversation. Just talk about what it means to be the father of a daughter order so up next our conversation with richly Dennis and please after you listen guys Hashtag escrow. podcast tells about your girl that if you are girl dad just what you felt listening to the conversation and just what you feel about raising daughters. Let's talk about it so Charlie Pin Corey. We are coming together under different circumstances this week. It's been a rough week very sad Um as you know and as our listeners know we're all dealing with the sudden passing of the Great Kobe Bryant and and his daughter plus seven other passengers that died in a helicopter crash on Sunday But as you and I we've been deep the weeds covering it And the thing that I thought was most beautiful and this is not about social following social traffic. You did a story just on on the fact that when it was confirmed that his daughter was in the playing with him and they're behind and their bonds. And everyone's you know start talking about that and we sorry thinking like we've got to talk to a dad how they feel dad of daughters and how they feel about that and last night we would like Ritu Dennis the essence ventures founder and chair. And Not because you were easy to get to but it makes it made sense because you have four daughters ages twenty five nine Mr Richard Loud Girl Dad. We spent every day. I had the pleasure of getting to know some of your daughters here. They have their own podcast. Girls United shout out there with a walk into the shower at. We'll thank you thanks for. Thanks for thinking man inviting me me. You know it's Having having daughters In the world that we live in and the challenges that we go through the community but more specifically the challenges at Women go through in this society and raising women to not be afraid of what they face to not to not feel overwhelmed by what they faced. Raced to to actually be empowered by what they face and to and to be able to Look beyond the challenge in C- Eh See how you conquer that challenge has been has been an incredible motivating factor for me in my life in the things that I do. And so The Girl Dad thing Israel Israel that how did you feel. Oh when you heard this news. We're you you know what happened when I heard this news I was actually on a plane. ooh Move I was on a plane back from From Davos and and all. I wanted to do to hug my daughters. All I wanted to do was to hug them. And as soon as I got off the plane I made a beeline aligned to them. And that's that's what I did and And in that moment All the emotions emotions go through you right and all the emotions around what they mean to you what you mean to them but then also so what you must fight together and how and how much stronger you are because you have daughters and how much stronger they are. Because they they have a father that is focused on them overcoming and becoming in conquering and celebrating with them. I'm and living with them. And and seeing them go from infants to now young women and how they flourish in how they grow and the things that they're doing all all of that comes through you and there's there's nothing there's no greater satisfaction in life I can tell you like Kobe You know what's been surfacing now as the clip with the ESPN reporter L.. Dunkin where she asked him wants to. Do you ever want boys so so. Did you ever want boys. You know that I haven't seen that clip but I can tell you I've never wanted for a boy MHM Right I've never I've never wanted for a boy. I think that when you're when you're when you're a I have a sister right. And so you know I thought I would have a a son and a daughter right And then had my first daughter and then I had my second daughter and then had my third daughter and then I had my fourth daughter and I can tell you that there was never a time where where I thought. I hope. This time is a boy or I wish it was a boy or or any of those things right. And there's just something thing when you and I I mean I've never had a son so I don't know but there was something really magical each time. I held one of those babies in my hand. Right right when those young young girls in my hand one of those baby girls in my hand and all the responsibility that I felt right and all the all the commitment commitment that I felt in all the drive that I felt another motivation that I felt because I knew that I'd have partners throughout life in them and that they would have a partner in me throughout life and and that has just driven relationship which is just an amazing? I mean I I I think I have the greatest daughters on the planet as does every other but their minds claiming I think I have the greatest daughters on the planet.
Two killed in avalanche at Idaho ski resort
"Northwest ski resort reports two fatalities after an Avalon it'll ask you the avalanche yesterday buried seven people almost going take reports experts are advising all skiers to take precaution the avalanche of Idaho's silver mountain thirty six miles southeast of court Elaine happened on a peak accessible mainly to very experienced gears and snowboarders rescuer Blaine good or tells KXLY he helped pull out five survivors at least one of whom may have been buried under nine feet of snow for over an hour because of someone who is still alive after an hour under there are pretty slim to
U.S. Stops Dozens of Iranian-Americans Returning From Canada
"I'm Anthony Davis In recent days as many as two hundred people that Iranian descent some of them. US citizens have been detained the US Canada border and questioned questioned about their political views. Family members social media and Work Histories. According to the Council on American-islamic relations a nonprofit that advocates for the rights of Muslims in the US US Customs and border protection confiscated their passports and held some of them in waiting waiting rooms for as long as ten hours refusing to grant them entry to the US by Monday as many as one hundred and forty more people of Iranian and dissented being detained at the border in a tweet see BP denied it was detaining Iranian-americans and blocking them from entering the country based on their heritage wantage but see bp also said it was operating with an enhanced posture at its ports of entry to safeguard on national security based on in current threats to the US CB P agents have broad legal authority to detain and question individuals at ports of entry but not to conduct interrogations for hours without cause the Saturday's detentions appeared to be a reaction to the recent esscalation of tensions between the US and Iran. The administration had already made it difficult for Iranians to end to the US under Donald Trump's travel ban which also affects nationals of six other countries deemed is to be security threats. One twenty four year old American citizen and medical student identified only by her first name crystal said she was detained. paned in Blaine and interrogated for ten hours with her family. The Council on American Islamic Relations said that according to one of its sources the department the Homeland Security had directed. CB P officials to report and detain anyone of Iranian heritage
"blaine" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads
"I am Tyler Matthews so brandon yesterday surprising or maybe not surprising my other people were on it. You stood up and decided that you would take on the position for National Board position. Can you tell us a little bit about that. Yes you know. In the beginning it was hesitantly But with the backing of my coven because my cousin is a very outreach Kevin so this was for the new outreach position for Cog Doug and the whole goal of to get more people to join get the word out there about what paganism is to get get more people join and so so immediately we started thinking of ideas like that we already do. Sometimes so I've I have some experience doing outreach for a lot of other different kinds of groups some some groups pagan some. LGBT groups doing all kinds of research really get people involved. Somehow so I mean it was it. It was exciting and I and knowing that I have a coven that is there with me and then my my mother is also on the board now as well and so. I'll be assisting her as well as the public outreach information officer in the membership and so it's GonNa be exciting because I had a vision of of really going out there to those dry areas where you know. They're cog is not on the map in hiding out. What's going on there? You know and Pagan Pride Days Happen All across across the United States so that is one avenue all year. So that's one avenue to go college. Campuses exists in in. These are the the kinds of ideas that were already thinking of and so I just have to while I got to do some reading I wrote then of course start brainstorming some ideas and so that's it was is exciting. I think it was an emotional time for for cog and so I think that when I went up there everybody was just excited that this young person was taking on the position and so it was a moment for for me and it was. It was a surprise for I think most people they're definitely not for my covenant but a lot of people really excited to C. N. he's under fifty a quite a bit younger than fifty younger than thirty. Yeah Yeah Yeah at least for another year but Just for some clarification for people who might be listening cog stands for coming of the goddess and it is is an organization that Supports Pagan Rites assuring thing and right since nineteen seventy five there. We go so I just wanted to clarify that for our listeners. And for a clarification purposes as well Blaine and Brennan are brothers. They're actually a family family of Pagan. So both your parents and you to plus your other brother or all on the path. Well yes yes in different forms in different wavelengths I would say on the path together and that's that's also some of. It's really awesome to hear family doing it together. Because it's I don't think you hear much of that Not as much yeah. You don't hear it out in the general populace so it's Kinda cool to hear of a family that does and you guys are only same. Coven are you. We are a you are I thought. Okay thinking of forming my own coven okay. Because I'm further away from them but you know definitely at this moment we are the same cover. That's something else but it's very rare. See Big family support system like that. And that's awesome. I applaud your family for are being all interconnected in support of. I think that's amazing So also I think we're what there's maybe five six of us are under the age of forty will be nice and say look at me like wait a minute. I'm like I'm trying to think of how many other people because I'm a little bit older than you guys on five usually guys so great. Yeah it's not much I'm also a member of cog so there are some times in Mrs Prime was sitting there like don't do it. Don't you do it because there were things that are being said Technical Colin. Like really help on this but as I'm not a member. Yeah I really didn't have that Gets complicated. Yeah Yeah Yeah so As mostly trying to save him from over extending himself with volunteering to do things too much Because we're we're both responsible to each other for that so I was like we'll do it. Just chill we'll figure a way out but you don't have to be the person listen to use it so and my husband is appreciative. That she kept me from doing in. Her husband has appreciated that. I kept her on. We're kinda watching the heath kit probably rent for this position again. Like it's okay I have. I have a lot of other things on my plate. Right was being this podcast. So I'm curious to hear you guys started down your path in each of him. Yeah because I understand. It's a different story three. Well we can try and ongoing order so like I was probably the first Son So it started with my mom and so she became wiccan. I and and so she started out. There was a small group that met on the base. The military base and it was a small little group. We'll have about twelve fifteen people usually and they would have salads on Bass and and everything was very great and seemed pretty put together and so she had been going to that for for several years. There's and I think that I noticed when I was around thirteen. She had her alternate. We all noticed the altar we would play with the rocks on alternatives pool of Trinkets Trinkets and stuff. And so maybe that was when we were younger but then like she's told me one time you know we would like to come to a class and so I went to class. And then we began the class with a meditation. TATION elemental Earth Air. Fire water meditation and I was probably about thirteen. Okay yeah so and I went through that and I was hooked ever since it all just made sense to me and the something clicked and stuck with me and so I had been going back consistently started experiencing rituals in and it hooked and then I think that was went on for a bit and then you found that a little later muster is a little bit different on throughout high school. I've always atheist agnostic. I didn't know what I believed what I needed to do. But I knew I I was aware of course that my mom was a witch. What was going on in the house any that she went to rituals and I was of course I was a part of those rituals because a lot of times we would hold the rituals at our home and I was back from when we were thirteen? Fourteen years old back at the old house the really old one the Big Blue House we would call it so yeah we would hold rituals out there. I would the tim them. But I would say that I was like a witch or at that time. It wasn't until I started going to the UNITARIAN universalist fellowship or when our family was actually involved in that organization. When I really started to pay attention to what I wanted what my path was what I wanted to do with my life and so that was when we started getting volved in the uterine universalist fellowship of Otero County around two thousand seven to say so? I was about seventeen years old. So that's why I started to like really do things are massive scale. I would attend Sunday services there I would put on some of the classes. I taking the with a one hundred one. I think the year after that and so because it was just it just made more sense and the and the UNITARIAN universalist fellowship a lot of the beliefs parallel with what I felt was my role view. You know as far as like connecting different people together connecting faiths together and so. That's that's kind of how I kind of fell into a craft was definitely how my parents were organizing everything a little bit better and and really falling into different. I guess I'll reach will be the word I would use for. It was kind of just not just singling out one organization like on the the base or Hammond Circle. That's what it was called called Holland Circle. That was that was the first circle that we went to. And then and then we kind of just gravitated downtown because because the leaders of that group went away they moved to Albuquerque and so my mom took over the group so she became.
"blaine" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Hey, everybody. Welcome to another episode adventure stories by billers global here today with one of our very special portfolio. Ceos Blaine hates have of district. Blaine welcome to the podcast gonna agree to have her for the audience. Why don't you give an introduction to to both your company and yourself? What is destroyed what problem trying to solve background of your journey in the cannabis industry in how you how you came to solve it yet. Absolutely. How it kind of started district as we were just sizing up they cannabis industry and trying to find out how cannabis got from the farm to the end consumer and who's going to kinda control that process. So we actually did was relaunched six landing pages. So that was pretty fun calendar which was targeting brands can giver target is really interesting trend caregivers being able to controls on the supply chain. Were doctors actually going to be a big part of this five chain. What we found out was that the brains and the distributors were major influencers on how the cannabis moved around and the pricing in the candidates industry. So what we did was we built a CRM kind of like a map that populated all the official occasions in license of all the colors in it that way brands could sell release -ly to dispensaries, but we found out was that they really don't have any software at all. These guys are using excel QuickBooks, so we had to really build an inventory management tool on top of this. And then that ended up building into what we are now, which is supply chain software for cannabis distributors manufacturers. So we cover everything from source to sail. So that's there. Procurement their inventory management production their sales their CRM and how they take the cash to doing back out. How did you even get into cannabis industry in the first place? Yeah. So I came from a software background originally. So I did consulting did engineering different organizations. I just really thought the software engineer the cannabis industry was exciting. I thought that there is a big playground for entrepreneurs to be able to figure out the kinks. There's no incumbents and how it can kinda tackle that on top of that. I think that there's a lot of long term benefits to the cannabis industry that are little look sometimes personally, I've been arrested twice for canvas. And I fortunately not too low income that my parents have okay for a while air. I kind of went to happen me any realize that there were people just like me. Smart as may that maybe didn't have the same resources. I had to get out of that and get back on track and go to college. So I felt as being legal disproportionately affected minorities and lower income people to not able to continue on their lice and on top of that. I think the opioid crisis is terrible and his personally affected me with a few people in my life. And I think that cannabis in certain scenarios from additional side will help with it will also help with a lot of other illnesses. So I know it seems like I'm talking about a lot of these benefits, but it really is magical thing like when I talked to one of our customers, and they're talking about how they started this company left the finance world because they're Kip has epilepsy. And they wanna pride the best medicine for them. And they give shots of medicine to their kid every single day three times a day. Just so they can live normal life. You kind of realize that there's a lot more to this. So those are some of the reasons why were really tracks is the camps industry Italy. And so why are you give serve a background on how so the cannabis industries are took off and started even in terms of when when did big business star coming out of cannabis for sort of the first way of businesses..
"blaine" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"We have everything we need right here. Right. Just because we're not rich doesn't mean that. We don't have. I can't even finish. I wanna be rich. Nikes? Of course. Yeah. And it keeps going it's so funny. Blaine if you could come up with one lesson from this episode, what do you think that would be from the the episode itself or this episode of the podcast? Oh, well, first of all, I I love come into this building to do podcast because I love brutalism. This concrete building favorites. It's a really neat area. Know, I don't really know what I learned about this episode. It's it just it was the first time that I had watched the Simpsons and so long and not that I not that. I don't love it. But I just it just made me realize how long it's been since actually sat down to watch the complete up Assode. And I remember talking to Joan array like back back in late two thousand eight or nine or ten or whatever. And just him saying, it's a weird point in your life. When you realize that there are more Simpson's that you haven't seen than you have seen. Yeah. And it was it really is kind of a not that you lose interest in it. But you just sort of you you drift away. I guess I don't know if I have an empty nest syndrome. The simpsons. But I I do remember. I do remember thinking today how innocent it was. It was before anything really bad happen. Yeah. Episode from before. Well, yeah. The nine eleven thing before trumpeting any of the stuff. There was a like the only kind of the desperation that you had is listening to a sonic youth album. Like, oh my God. Is that is rough as you had you had nothing to do in New York City before nine. Completely just that that innocence of like, you know, what if felt like it almost felt like wasted time. What was going to happen? Yeah. Perked up a little bit. We've talked about it on the show before just this kind of love of looking at how politics and history impacts TV talk about nine eleven is and its impact on comedy. But there's one video that looks at specifically the impact nine eleven had on the Cincinnati, and it's phenomenal. And it's a really good video and kind of goes through the different like ways that that politics impacts the types of jokes that were cool with the types of sensitivity that we have. And it's all super fascinating stuff that really does play an interesting part. But I totally have that nostalgia as well of kind of like, a simpler time, I think that it's also we didn't know. So it wasn't. Interesting the way that that affects comedy specifically because I think that we don't consider like whatever's happening politically to have a direct connection to comedy. I think that we can understand politically the connection to science fiction. I feel like science fiction has always been genre. That has been a direct response to whatever's happening. Whatever tension, we have, you know, with foreign affairs and stuff like that Cold War post, Cold War, but comedy, you know, I think with not just the political correctness. But like the optimism or pessimism that you have toward the world at that moment could have like a really deep impact on comedy writing. And and sort of the kind of stories that they go for is it okay after nine eleven to have a whimsical story about XYZ, you know, that kind of terror to. Yeah. Is there a I mean like I said I haven't seen it in so long. How are they? How do how do they treat Trump for? They do they is it glancing blows asides or do they? Not go near it. I don't know how they're treating it. Obviously. I would know likes the guy, right? I feel that way. We're all private room. Maga-? I I can't speak with the most thirty on this because I haven't seen every single recent episode since the presidency, but I feel like they're not then they're definitely not focusing on it in the way that Saturday Night Live is sure, but I don't think that they're giving much regard to that..
"blaine" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast
"Oh my God. Tune also managing like. Rotich it down, like like condom, rationing, like like in this still like Disney movies, like some fucking wartime. You movie. There's just an old man or old woman was just like, just like a stack of used condoms and people coming out with tickets to fuck. You got one last week I lost it. I broke it and I'm sorry, but it's just it's Tom's a hard. Right. Just can't. You know the government is you can't have the condo. That's funny. Yeah. Sorry, I'm distracted because my headphones Ryan bucking up, find how do I, how do I get back. Shit that we're sorry, but it works. We're all my sales. Get electrocuted. I'm not. I'm not kidding. My whole brain just want. Got a little adrenaline going a little bit. You know, it's like when you're driving, you see a cop and then you're awake for the next fifteen minutes. Feel that I like, you know, five seconds or like shitty when you're like, oh, fuck. Yeah. Yeah. But then afterwards dren Len's pumpkin hell yeah. Hell yeah, I got away with that. I ever doing nothing but seventy five. Not even dude. I just going the speed limit and see a cop, and I'm still like a really shit about really. Let's see. I was worried that I'm getting pulled over in like mine like I'm not gonna have my fucking or something. It's having me before and then they're like, all right. Well, now you've got to go to court and prove that you're like a registered car and Chile, Dan, it's just a pain you're you're gonna pulled over and just magically your left. Retail is it's going to fall out pound of cocaine. Exactly. What do we have here? Mind imagining sketch were like a cop like is blatantly planting shit on way too big to be anywhere in your body. There's no way that came out of my Honey. What do we got here? Oh. Like a cylinder. What. That came from behind my. Two local, David, Blaine, just a fucking increase arrested shit. You'll something. Got your nose. What what the fuck that's damn t- it was in your nose. Does the same ship to what he's like, David, Blaine way of like over there. Now, look over here, take some beer, two pounds. Oh. Imagine. I guess I did do this what the fuck? No, dude. What if he's just like he's okay. Think about what you did last night. Okay. I'm thinking about it. Okay. Now, close your eyes. And he. To their nose and starts going like this. He's just gradually pulling out like a full rail dislike suspended in air just like like a foot like the tissue, like out of the hat. Giant rail coke just come out of his body Cup. Yup. You did a whole Graham last night. Oh shit. Please. Metabolize. Wait, you choke something. No. What. David Blaine way. Getting. You had talk about less. I mean, you can't prove. David, Blaine making shit your pants. Magic. In the. Tattoo on the head shit, your pants. Puts on his fingers. Has a way of making it out of your instead. Figured out a way. Throw your shit throw up and cry time. What. So. I gotta builders David, Blaine. It all comes back to shit in control plane, finding two pounds coke behind your ears. The shit ever. Oh, what do we have here?.
"blaine" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"Forget why anyway back to the sex club yeah yeah no i i remember that relationship yeah that's why i always have to ask if your dating anybody now 'cause i don't you're so secretive secret cruise the personal let's have another four your free like session go ahead slip a little secret out right now i don't have any to go secret i i'm more open now than i used to be too are you are i am i talk yeah i'll talk yeah it was talking to blame about stuff also stuff like what nothing not even nothing oh never mind for the post show perhaps no no the post show pretty well laurie it was a pretty weird story could you give us like a hint no you don't have the name name i'm really not gonna tell the story anyway until the story we found that clip the thing of the thing the architects thing of oh just you're about the story no i okay everything there's that mean blaine would do are done it for like multiple years since like the second or third rdx we take a camera diesel are and we'd run around and shoot like crowd footage or like just run around like doing like high five channel today and if you've seen any clips of artifacts where people are are chanting artie x are or anything like that that was mean blame those us running around doing that we went last year and we're like hey let's go do that thing where we shoot a bunch of footage and it's fun and we were we were we were like it's always like finding the right area where you can get a bunch of people and we were like oh we'll go to the top of the escalator there's an escalator awesome adventures term that's the fucking tallest escalator i've ever seen huge it's like four story tall escalator think i might have heard about yeah like force so we are like let's go to top escalator and we'll get you know everyone chain.
"blaine" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"This is the whiskey i was like okay that's strong gagging that whole night i always find like the more expensive ones are the smoothest ones i mean there was an actual legitimate was like the first bottle of johnny walker ever and i remember like i think it was chris or someone who was like i'm gonna go get a drink of that and it was like any glass there was like a security guard like rope stanchions around it he's like i'll take a bottle earl take drink of that and he's like not not serving this dude get the fuck out of here just protect lama go get some of the really nice whiskey ahead earlier the water one circa hard though 'cause i there like you could bring yourself and seven friends fuck seven people because then i always feel like i'm leaving someone out or like hurting someone's feelings that's how i ended up yeah it was like i can't let blaine feelings be hurt so i have to invite him from the limo imagine you'd get like in the front seat of limo like oh there's a limo here who is it playing you're sitting in the front head sticking the window the little with a called partition that play with that no twice did it once when i was a kid in lubbock they had this thing that was like you have like a celebrated reader where you read books and take tests and you get points for that anyway they had a thing where it's like you read a book and then you take a test on it in the the length of the book in the difficulty the book would give you certain number of points and you you had to get so many points every six weeks or whatever month or whatever but then also there was a contest within the school to ever get the most reading points and then there's the incentivize us with like you turn in your points for take lies is he rises in the top prize for the most points was like the top two people in each grade get to go on like a limo ride to like a pizza place and so that was i got to go to limousine to to like pizza place in lubbock texas always forget that you were valedictorian salutatorian dettori sorry it always strikes me as like oh how dumbest.
"blaine" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"And we kept asking have you taken this off yet because it's not off the case yet we have not removed from the documents and they're like yeah i'm gonna i'm he's going to do it and my lord's going to do it leading all the way up to write for the case and so i was laughing no choice but defending myself and i was asking my lord that i had to bring blaine to the court as a witness then one day i get a text message and john's basically like hey kind of awkward i was so embarrassed i need you to come and testify as a character witness that we are not in a gay romance together and i was like good one john and then he's like no you laid out the story is you just told you and yeah i was luckily luckily for me i was so embarrassed for it once i explained it was like hell yell so then the night before the case i'm in my closet no free i'm very loud in my closet looking at all my clothes and i'm like how do i dress that says that i'm not an romance with my friend john so i'm trying to pick the straightest close but everything i have is like athletic like super tight fitting i've got a pair of pink pants like everything's skinny fit and i was like going down the story ends very sadly because we'll know we go to the court the next door very sadly because we go to court we show up sort in everybody gets well we all get sworn in and actually emily mcbride are former ecommerce says she was there also to testify like what i did at the at the officers were indeed not fucking and so we go into the courtroom everyone gets sworn airs and like that we're up in the front and then all the witnesses are in the back and he was like that and upfront meyler brings up this part of the case and brings up that we were told this is not going to be part of the case is it part of the case or not.
"blaine" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast
"You are listening to every man podcast this is dan doty this is episode forty five with erin blaine and owen marcus hello hello hello fair warning everybody this is a complete nerd podcast this is for those of you who have been part of what we do in our participating every man this may interest you if you have not stepped your foot in the ring this may just be completely boring maybe not give it a shot anyway so this episode is owen marcus who's been on the show and erin blaine who's been on the show who are two of the key focal members of our leadership team that are bringing the fire to all of our events and helping support oliver groups working at in a core capacity to help us bring this message to world and grow to help us bring this message to the world and grow this movement into something that's a serious force of nature this episode is the three of us sitting down after our last open source retreat the retreat was held in joshua tree in the desert in cali korea we recorded the episode in his very funky funny strange co working space very close to lax we just rented it for an hour sat down and did a podcast literally the day after the retreat and the day for their traits and interesting time these events are big in their powerful and they leave the on a high of sorts and so this morning we woke up in joshua tree and drove to the beach thinking who had to drop thing you had to drive own off early for a flight and three cores the way to the city we check the flight and it realized he didn't need to go and till six pm or something so we had a whole day so we went to the beach and just walked around eight some food had a really like very nice relaxing good time and that leads me to a little personal update which really excited about and happy to share that myself and my family are actually moving to southern california this summer and a couple of months already were moving to between la and san diego closer to san diego and.
"blaine" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"Turkey prune worth what are we looking at the first clone rushbaugh rookie plus so they gonna play this game gavin the middle of days four i gave game call me they play three people and get a random no explanation we want no thought whatsoever no thought nothing my feelings i say that filth he was to face it behind my back blaine was when restorative blaine was pretty pretty down about it is a little moby eight eight destroyed my confidence erected he was he was like he was on the bloomberg in my office sprayed out like bernie thing i watch these you watch the video that he kept together of your antics listen i'm just kidding we got early certain cameras off i'm created pudgy and then you pomona character i totally wv and put it in five killed in the first round you last as long as the night it because i was going to out listen being endo joe believable complimentary of you i say hide behind you for the russians match your powers and then the fucking ottis picture purports part delays stole three kills to get the five wolf your'e it's there buddy go read those comments you're going to give you a third today because now he's going to be self kansai under attitude you can at any of the folk that that team you wiped out the squad you wiped out i saw the tweeted at me they said they were shooting at the jumping guy who ran by you because they thought that was the guy who were shooting at them out ballots road there was another random player who just ran in front of blaine i saw that it was weird planned oldest sailor i knew what he was i wouldn't perron he from totally mechanically zero hours of this i don't even have a fucking blasted.
"blaine" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Do it can david blaine to be in this move could play mysteriously mysterious no he cannot i'm just going to dance in front of the store way as sexy so what happens now to the cartoons fight each other no now we have the jazz clips of married because they unemployed for everyone after age so there were by god everyone is cringing and their seat from that like oh my god is the strutting over is it okay to be the rest of the movies similarly look kinda cool i don't know that green gobble instead so maybe venom hasn't shown up yet so maybe it's gonna get good now god ten and now we go to this jazz copy brings quinn states show opens days hey doing welcome back and she's like wow this is cools the hayes your ex girlfriend do you want to go and he goes no it's cool mom this is a cigarette inspired la la land rover tip if you're it it's a guy brings you to a restaurant where in his ex girlfriend is working and jews oh isn't that your ex girlfriend do you wanna go if the answer is anything but on my caught and you have to leave in media is i repeat if you're a hall shake on car owners oh man oh god yeah ou hello what's that to go because this is now i'm being shown off i i'm in some kind of sex maybe there is always came or revenge game or both maybe it's a lunatics game now water purchased a tickets.