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"brentwood england" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

Star Wars Sessions

08:07 min | 2 months ago

"brentwood england" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

"Hi this is alex damon from star wars explained. And you're listening to star wars sessions probably britain's greatest star wars podcast. The sure you heard but this is one hundredth episode. I'm excited about that. Because that's a lot of numbers and a lot of digits one two zero and we mentioned Shout to tags up top for helping us out. And i mentioned now see that the secessions so was a community here on the ethics. We have space for everybody and we actually received an awful lot of listener audio messages which we will dispersed throughout the show. These messages were very kind. People took time out of their as to to tell us what the show meant to them. How much they enjoy it and the community. That is bill and we were extremely touch when we got these messages and Another thank you goes out to my brother in fact my big brother show in hudson for arranging these efforts and again they're gonna be they're going to be sprinkled throughout the show for your as but it was incredible to hear different voices from all over the world saying what this petitio means to people when as you can hear how it started to where it is now is a in it will never ever thought it would deny now. Not all man nautile. It really is a privilege to have this kind of community but really tough destroyed up what we sound before we add my boy the family around supporting us. You know your brother ma. Sistema bravo mrs. you know. We have so much family support in this podcast. Not really really does mean. The world and the factor. Your brother has done something so kind for us. It really is it just makes it also sweetser. Yes so Thank you very much to everybody. Who did sending their efforts. There were some which apparently couldn't get couldn't be used but we all very much away with them. We are so pleased and humbled are certain amazon echo to have people who say you know what we do means to them because we just accept of tweaking bacon freely from two bombers to blow from surrey and essex just didn't expect that people will actually wanna listen so grateful that you date but i think s kickoff with with the first print guys shown here a massive congratulations on getting to the hundred show Myself and a few of the other spicy people that listen to the show wanted to say really. Thank you very much for helping us get free. What's been a really offer year in in two thousand twenty and the podcast and the new community. That's being built. Well not little now the grand community. That's being built around. The is certainly helped me. And i know it's helped out a lot of people by just giving look forward to picking apart failed and having a chat on discord or twitter or anything like that so in a again. Congratulations on the big hundred. But mainly thank you from from me and anyone else that you're about to hear is you've. You've really helped us out. I think more than you know. So here's to the next hundred. And as popes once famously said look at what you made matt. Lucas wanted to say. Congratulations on hitting hundred episodes. I've been with you guys for about seven percent of the work. And i don't think i would have made it through this insane year without your spicy tones the execution of every episode. Appreciate it in so i think you need to rewatch a few more times personally but other than that. You guys are crushing it. Keep up the amazing work. And i can safely. Say it's time to change your intro to we are britain's greatest star wars. Podcast cheers gentleman. That's johnny congratulations or one hundred episodes. I started listening around episode number twenty seven. It meant for me to find you. Being time and essex living in doesn't of arizona and hearing so many accidents again becoming of the sessions community. I've lost year and a half has been a real heart of a time. I can't thank you enough. Starting the sessions discord the community of created has been a real life saver facilitating the pandemic. I'm moving back to ix account. Everyone there is a friend. Hopefully one day soon we can meet up and have a drink and a friendly pantene history next one hundred stores sessions spicy legends man. I i are so lovely. so lovely. And we're gonna be sprinkling those oh batboys throughout the episode our way. Yes my thank you guys. Thank you show wants to music in. The background is pure fire and thank you so much. For that. 'cause will be sprinkling through as we talk about us and the session's install absolutely well. You know what matinee. We're thinking of just coal things to do for this episode of the podcast. And i think we kind of both came up with this idea and we shared it with each other. Oh yeah always thinking of doing something like ours thinking of suggesting that to you you know and we spoke about it on. We did it with some help album. I don't know how much i want to explain before playing this bob. It's fun and it's a radio drama. Four context just in case because we might have come on light to the sessions. This is actually as luke's at a radio drama. But it's about how we met because we we're going to say this when we say to the last night on episodes at this shows sort of started as organically as you could probably imagine and we work together. We didn't each other's company or anything we didn't put out coast to for earnings that so this is basically a story of how we met. The is my like you said. There's a ton of people that have started listening to the show especially after mandalorian season two recaps which is lovely. And you know i noticed like i dunno few episodes really many episodes. We saw yet back when we met on the cantina on the forum. That actually go over people's heads so hopefully this drama explains that story a little bit. It's fun is a fun. One so guys enjoy a long time ago in an office. Far far away work is work it is. Where is but there isn't anything that can't be improved by star wars especially when you parked in front of computer in a busy office. It was this line of thinking that led to where we are now on a wintry off. Turning on the eighteenth of january twenty seventeen to be precise in basilan essex england the force awoke and had plans for the world of star wars podcasting in the offices of a global software solutions company. A strapping latte named matt. Hudson was eagerly perusing. The forums of the star was news. Net cantina under the mosque. Right of walking feeling social and intrigued against his username of the hut. He began i thread. Simply titled wearing the world a you from how far and wide is a cantina spread all star originally from woking england but now living in brentwood england fans from across the world including canada the length and breadth of the usa argentina. Puerto rico france northern ireland new zealand opened amd portsmouth joins the conversation..

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"brentwood england" Discussed on The Crime Cafe

The Crime Cafe

03:30 min | 3 months ago

"brentwood england" Discussed on The Crime Cafe

"I'm like i make it up and i did. I did thank god and But then when i went to ireland went to this kind of things through the uk and ireland started in ireland and scotland then went to england and ireland. I was just blown away by how friendly everybody was and how how much people love talking books. Let's say oh. Yeah i i write mysteries this hub and in dublin and a restaurant and waiters talking to me and he's like oh well have you read. So-and-so-and-so's happened even. Just give me all these recommendations. I was like wow okay. This is our waiter you know. And that's fantastic. Yeah maybe it'd be nice to because i'm tourist. I don't know but everybody was so nice. And they wrote so interested in books. That's good to know our next trip. I think is going to be to the british isles. We've actually been considering doing that next fall. Love permitting yeah just look to culture there. In general i mean greater landscape scrape. I enjoyed scotland enjoyed london. We went to london. I met reader. Who i met through. Blogging brentwood england. Which is just sense. London suburb and train and just met them like my been. I just met this guy and his friend to coffee shop. The coffee had t so great was fun every single part of that as every trip. I've been to his head sometimes. It's interesting cool moment like that. That's the best part about traveling. I think is making those little connections and and to some extent having the awareness that you may never come this way again and so i it made it all much more intense. I think because it was unique and and so different and you know like passing in the night. The people knew that you would meet. I remember one time in spain. Where a friend. And i were traveling. And we were backpacking all over europe and we were going from one place in spain to another and We got into a A cabin where in a we had seats that sat across from each other and it was the middle of the day and they offered us part of their lunch. You know and we're like no you know 'cause we spoke just this much spanish and they were just thrilled that we spoke just a little bit of spanish and so they insisted on sharing their wine and their meal i think they had you know bread and cheese or something and some line and they were just so warm and so generous and that kind of little moment just stuck with me about how warm generous the you know the people that we met were. It's great isn't it just getting out there meeting people like that..

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"brentwood england" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"brentwood england" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"All right now bonus segments so a mean that was really popular for this past week was comparing the twenty nine you versus twenty nine thousand people were put up like side by side photos to show how different they they looked from those times. I almost did that same me but I kind of look the same basically because when you're a ball guy you don't you're visible signs of aging aren't as as pronounced so is beyond vanity post for me but I thought we might do is talk about not what's changed in our faces but views. We held that are different now than they were in twenty nine gene mean and personal growth in other words. Have we grown at all as people or guess we can also be backside. We could like I've grown in a negative way so correct. We have calcified calcified default devolved. I would say some views that I hold her. Different is one is meritocracy which I think was a good word which had now recognizes probably not a good word and actually actually not a really great concept. I think the idea of meritocracy Is that you know everyone gets their based on their own worth in their our own hard work. And that's what's the key to success. I think I believe that a lot more in two thousand nine than I do and twenty nineteen is is recognizing that a lot of people are successful successful. Who would think because they were really hard? They did work really hard. But that wasn't the the main factor. I'm why they succeeded so I think I'm much more aware that now than it was in two thousand Asinine. It sounds a little bit like it's not that you don't value what is inherently good about a theoretical meritocracy. But rather you're saying we're not in one one and a lot of the things that we've been told our meritocracy are not a good way to put it is that Meritocracy as an idea is probably early. Not Bad it's just the fantasy that we're living in now is truly fancy. Yup I agree and I think that that's kind of ties into one of the changes changes that I have similar and it's that I think ten years ago I was More of an optimist in a in a rosy way but rather like what I would call a defensive optimist so defensive optimists says okay you're pointing out problems but it's important to me that we sort of look at what works right and not exaggerate the problems because we exaggerate the problems we sort of fall into this kind of sense of inertia and victimhood and that's a kind of defensive optimism. I think now I'm probably more more of a accepting pessimists which is to say. I am still optimistic about things but I'm not upset by accepting accepting how some things are getting worse or are just bad in other words. It's not a threat to your optimism. Your hope for your sense of where what is and what can be by acknowledging. What is bad Sometimes the most important thing you can do is just accept that some some things are not great at all. That's true and I. It's psychologically a helpful thing to sort of Embraces is recognizing that accepting accepting reality for reality is not sort of pushing it away is helpful both for your own planning but also for your own mental health. Yeah I guess what I would say is come to appreciate the joy of bad news. Okay here's a here's a very simple thing that I'm different is back in two thousand nine. I think I double spaced. It's after the period pretty consistently. I don't anymore. I'm single spacer now. I I look at things that are double spaced and it drives me crazy. It's the worst I think think of might have been ahead of you on this one just barely in two thousand twelve an episode sixty five. I talked about my transition to becoming a single spacer and so I I was along the way. But it's definitely happen during this decade fantastic credit. I think I've noticed about you. And I think also didn't have twitter in two thousand nine or people people weren't on twitter to the same degree in two thousand nine. But as I see things you tweet about who you reach weight. I feel like you're much more politically active and engaged now than you were for back. Then I mean mostly I like just being An annoying contrarian I have a high disagree ability level so so for longtime Hollywood was just full of what I considered to be instill do in many ways. Lazy Thinking Hypocritical self-described Liberals who aren't really liberal. You don't treat working people well and who don't treat women well and you don't treat minorities well who don't vaccinate their children and the sanctimony secrecy. But all was was a joy to Sneer at and I still do however What has happened and is that will first of all? It's clear to me that most people aren't that in other words there are people like that but they don't define what our businesses and who lives here in what's going going on And you can ignore. For instance. A Coterie of Brentwood wranglings. And just concentrate on what good the people are doing and there are so many good people doing good things to progress and that is really important so when I look at for instance you know the women's March and I think okay maybe what a tiny tiny bunch of those people are Brentwood England's but really most of them are just regular people who believe something nothing in care and so I've become a bit more. What's the word are generous in your assumptions? I think I'm a little bit more idealistic I do. I think I think I. I think that I have decided that it's more important to concentrate on. And what good can come from positive thinking and ideas and this is kind of against the background of accepting bad news and less important on making fun one of idiots. I do like making fun of idiots. Don't get me wrong but making fun of idiots doesn't actually move the ball forward so while I enjoy making fun of idiots online on twitter and I love making making fun of Ted Cruz. The King of all idiots I contribute way more to political causes us to before and I show up to political things weekday mornings two before and I read about political things way more than Easter before and I try and also read a variety so I get as much as I can't from what I would consider to be reputable sources. Yeah and that's all I'll say it's a change from two thousand nine to two thousand. Nineteen is that the notion of reputable reputable sources is so different than it used to be in since we have. You know you used to be much clearer sort of what. The actual facts of things were answered. Everyone it was actually talking about facts in ways that were different and so I think I believed in systems a lot more than than I do now scenes like Oh. The sisters won't always always be there to protect you and save you. Therefore you have to do some stuff yourself and and that's been a an awakening. I would say over these last couple of years another another thing. That's different about two thousand nine. Craig Versus Nineteen Craig is you didn't have an emmy dot that you weren't fancy erect. Fancy writer that you are now no. That's that is true. I wasn't expecting that but it's not really different. It's some trophies. I like trophies and you play more deity now than you did and genetic nine far more which is the greatest joy. It's it's actually fascinated contemplating this as a scary number to say twenty thirty km on the doorstep of Twenty Twenty in twenty thirty. Thirty first of all will still be doing the show crazy. Imagine imagine and think of where our dainty adventures will have taken us. Wow Nice yes good stuff and I should have been my one thing. This week was the Aba Ron Book came out from. which is the coast? Terrific it's terrific. Great Guy. Bloomberg swordsman. Kamov serve all stuff and so little steam hunky really smartly. John You will love it Greg. Okay got gift yourself Christmas. You're the gift to myself Thanks great bye thank you John..

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"brentwood england" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"brentwood england" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"What are you saying? It's common sense. Cash. Nothing cold with which is the biggest compliment I've ever had a. Lots of people called me weirdness. Thanks. So that's good. Yeah. Yeah. Because you were normal on stress. Normal wasn't fun for you. Way to go. We've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book, retire inspired for you. That's the next chapter in your story. You want to hear from you when you become a millionaire? And I think you're on your way. Thank you. And outrageously generous along the way. Thank you day for. Thank you. Congratulations. You're inspiring. Once someone believes that they can do something at a deep core level. You can't stop them. And Marianne is definitely rockstar example of that so cool to talk to you. And thanks to all your friends and relatives and daughter and everybody for coming at cheer you on very good stuff. All right. I think this is the first in-person English debt free scream we've ever had. You're the first one. So a Marian from Brentwood England did to Brentwood Tennessee, eighteen thousand dollars paid off in twenty three months making thirty nine to forty thousand counted down. Let's hear a debt free scream three two one. Get up and come down here every day right there. Wow. What a neat lady. We've had folks from Australia. Maybe Ireland certainly from Canada. I. I from Brentwood England. Very fun. This is the Dave Ramsey show. Let me tell you a story.

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"brentwood england" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"brentwood england" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"What are you saying? It's common. Cash in cold weight, which is the biggest compliment I've ever had. Thanks. That's good. Yeah. Yeah. Because you were normal and stress. Normal wasn't fun for you way to go. We've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book, retire inspired for you. That's the next chapter in your story. You want to hear from you when you become a millionaire, and I think you're on your way. Yeah. Thank you. And outrageously generous along the way. Thank you day. Thank you. Congratulations. You're inspiring. Once someone believes that they can do something at a deep core level. You can't stop them. And Marianne is definitely rockstar example of that so cool to talk to you. And thanks to all your friends and relatives and daughter and everybody for coming at cheer you on very good stuff. All right. I think this is the first person English debt free scream we've ever had. Think you're the first one so. So Marian from Brentwood England did to Brentwood Tennessee, eighteen thousand dollars paid off in twenty three months making thirty nine to forty thousand counted down. Let's hear a debt free scream three two one. Fan. That's why I get up and come down here every day right there. Wow. How fun one a neat lady. We've had folks from Australia. Maybe Ireland certainly from Canada. I. Donald I from Brentwood England. Very fun. This is the Dave Ramsey show. Let me tell you a story about two families that are very much alike and a lot of ways both families have two working parents and a couple of young kids each has dead and a struggle to make ends meet, but they're starting to make headway with their budgets and smarter decisions with money. They have dreams and plans and the only real difference is that one family has the right amount of term life insurance. And the other doesn't big difference. If one of the parents die and that does happen..

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"brentwood england" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"brentwood england" Discussed on WLAC

"It's common sense. Cash. Which is the biggest compliment I've ever had a. Lots of people called me witnessed got, thanks. That's good. Yeah. Yeah. Because you were normal on stress. Normal wasn't fun for you way to go. We've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book, retire inspired for you. That's the next chapter in your story. You want to hear from you? When you become a millionaire. I think you're on your way. Yeah. Thank you. And outrageously generous along the way. Thank you. Dave. Thank you. Congratulations. You're inspiring. Once someone believes that they can do something at a deep core level. You can't stop them. And Marian has definitely rockstar example of that so cool to talk to you. And thanks to all your friends and relatives and daughter and everybody for coming at cheer you on very good stuff. All right. I think this is the first in-person English debt free scream we've ever had. Think you're the first one. Yeah. So from Brentwood England to Brentwood, Tennessee, eighteen thousand dollars paid off in twenty three months making thirty nine to forty thousand counted down. Let's hear a debt free scream three two one. That's why I get up and come down here every day right there. Wow. Oh, fun. Lady. We've had folks from Australia. Maybe Ireland certainly from Canada. I. I noticed I from Brentwood England. Very fun. This is the Dave Ramsey show..

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"brentwood england" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"brentwood england" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Let's hear a debt free scream, three one. And. Why get up and come down here every day right there while I'll find one of neat lady that we've had folks from Australia, maybe airland certainly from Canada. I. I know I from Brentwood England. Very fun. This is the Dave Ramsey show. Join. Glad you're. If all on Twitter, Dave Ramsey. Facebook dot com. Slash Dave Ramsey. And we inter actually, some of the questions on Twitter khloe says, what do you think about living in a mobile home for a year, save up for down payment on a house. Wouldn't be a problem if you're renting. I wouldn't buy a mobile home. Mobile homes go down in value. It's the only thing you own that you live in that goes down in value. Even if you buy dirt under it that goes up in value more than it goes down in value. So it appears you didn't lose money. You lost money you by fifty thousand dollar mobile home in a few years as a ten thousand dollar mobile home. You by fifty thousand dollar house and a few years. It's one hundred thousand dollar house. The sound you just don't want..

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"brentwood england" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"brentwood england" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It's common. Uh-huh. Use cash nothing cold weight, which is the biggest compliment I've ever had a. Lots of people called me. Weirdness got thanks. That's good. Yeah. Yeah. Because you were norm on stress. Normal wasn't fun for you. Way to go. We've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book, retire inspired for you. That's the next chapter in your story. You want to hear from you when you become a millionaire? And I think you're on your way. Thank you. And outrageously generous along the way. Thank you day for. Thank you. Congratulations. You're inspiring. Once someone believes that they can do something at a deep core level. You can't stop them. And Marian is definitely rockstar example of that so cool to talk to you. And thanks to all your friends and relatives and daughter and everybody for coming to cheer you on very good stuff. All right. I think this is the first in person English debt free scream we've ever had. You're the first one. So a Marian from Brentwood England did to Brentwood Tennessee, the eighteen thousand dollars paid off in twenty three months making thirty nine to forty thousand counted down. Let's hear a debt free scream three two one. Oh, man. That's why I get up and come down here every day right there. Wow. I'll find what a neat lady. That we've had folks from Australia, maybe Ireland certainly from Canada. I. I will Brentwood England. Very fun. This is the Dave Ramsey show. Let me tell you a story about.

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"brentwood england" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"brentwood england" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Tell me the story what happened twenty three months ago. Well, first of all, I just thank God, I found you. Well, i'm. But this is my daughter, Laura here from Costa Rica, and my friends Julian in frontier, they will come in to support may. Wow. And I've been a single parent since my daughter is one one year old. And obviously her father's amazing. And he supported us, but financially it's been a big struggle. Mhm? So we took in foreign students to chine help me with my income, which was really fun, and it really helped me button. I spent many evenings just working at my income. And my aunt goings is all very stressful. There just wasn't enough money. What happened twenty three months ago twenty three months ago? I got into a lot of debt. And that was really my downfall was when my Bank gave me overdraft. Four thousand pounds. And at the time. I thought I'd won the lottery because I didn't have an emergency fund. I had a lot of the. The I'd move to. Nope. Sink credit card. And not you say I felt like I'd done something. I hadn't actually done anything. I just moved my debt from one place to another. And now was starting to struggle and. The Bank was challenging me interest and interest on the interest, some months I was being challenged about thirty five fifty pound a month just on interest. And I just I just need to get out of this. This just yeah, struggling panicking. How'd you get hold of us? Well, I'm sitting out in the garden. One night just on YouTube trying to find out how to get out of debt. And I come across yoga Zell video. Celery because we've got nothing not you in England. Posted way. So the gazelle video is just like, oh my God. This is this is it and actually are setting the goal novice crying. Because it was the first time that I actually fell. The I could get out of debt. Wow. So the next day. I got my wife, and I all my dad. Which was a bit of a shell put. And I started to get my -mergency fund together, I've fifty seven and I've never had an emergency fund and one of the things I wanted to do was to thank you for telling everybody that. Emergency will happen because in January this year. My mom was diagnosed with cancer. And my daughter wants to come over and see her and straight away. I could just pay for the flight. Yeah. And I would never been able to do that before. So you are paid off the last of the debt when I if you lie this year. How's it feel? Just amazing. I'll feel completely sorry. I'm getting emotional. Okay. Good. What's the key to getting out of debt? The key to getting out of debt is decelerating. All right. Just deciding that you're going to do and then following through regardless civil everyone says oh tries to make you feel. They so much pressure. You spend money. And you just gotta decide I'm not on on just getting rid of they stay and I'm not. Something happened in the garden when you're watching this silly video. Hillbilly guy run up. Now, the stage screaming that you can get out of debt. You believed that you could do it. And that was the first time that happened. And you never dropped that belief. Nobody was gonna stop you want you believed. And that was you know, you did that you believe that can't make you believe I can just show you how to do you? Did it you? You were ready. You were so ready. And once you believe there wasn't he holding you back your amazing. It's so fun to talk to you. Very fun. Very good. Very correct. Congratulations. I'm so proud of you. Thank you. Did you have some cheerleaders people telling you? Oh, that's an amazing cheerleaders. Have I do my friends? My daughter. Work traveling Melita, Lauren. When you talk about is, how your grandmother. Yeah. My mom just says, well, I what we've always done. It's common sense. Cash think. Oh, wait, which is the biggest compliment ever had. Called me. Thanks. So that's good. Yeah. Yeah. Because you were normal on stress. Normal wasn't fun for you. Way to go. We've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book, retire inspired for you. That's the next chapter in your story. You want to hear from you when you become a millionaire, and I think you're on your way. Yeah. Thank you. And outrageously generous along the way. Thank you day for. Thank you. Congratulations. You're inspiring. Once someone believes that they can do something at a deep core level. You can't stop them. And Marian has definitely rockstar example of that so cool to talk to you. And thanks to all your friends and relatives and daughter and everybody for coming to cheer you on very good stuff. All right. I think this is the first in-person English debt free scream we've ever had. You're the first one so Marian from Brentwood England to Brentwood, Tennessee, eighteen thousand dollars paid off in twenty three months making thirty nine to forty thousand counted down. Let's hear a debt free scream three two one. Man. That's why I get up and come down here every day right there. Wow. I'll fun what a neat lady. That is we've had folks from Australia. Maybe Ireland certainly from Canada. I. Donald I from Brentwood England. Very fun. This is the Dave Ramsey show. Let me tell you a story.

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