17 Burst results for "Canidu"
"canidu" Discussed on Revision Path
"It doesn't what you've done in your country when you come to a new country you again because like nobody's interested. Oh you did that yet. Great do you have any experience in this country that you've come to know okay what you're gonna have to start from the beginning and although we had a great portfolio and we will show up failure around town here in vancouver and people say oh god. You're works amazing. Oh you work for this company. That's fantastic but do you have any canadian experience you know. Have you seen who we worked for. What do you mean depth canadian experience. Have you seen a portfolio. But it didn't matter and so we to the freelanced to here and there for a couple of years and then my husband. And i will okay so now because some canadian experience let's not run business and so that's what we did. We started In the basement suite in the basement suite in east vancouver. This is for the canadians listening in east vancouver and yeah we. We invested two hundred fifty bucks in that business and grew from there. And a lot of things that i learned in england in terms of strategy in terms of sales. That really came in handy just starting to to build the business here. So that's where ca designed group was born that's designed group was blown. Yeah is the cia for canidu- now people thought it was no. It's actually chaz. Is my husband and angela disney else brainstorming session and we..
"canidu" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Lhasa the Crypto in a Superman podcasts to know hers the fear, her the spiderwoman podcast Last Tuesday of every month right here on this podcast with me and Matt discuss all scarlet spider and course into the night. A Brunei podcast. Ra a what did you think about this whole seventeen pages? Low Quantum is dry. Give Me Moskowitz four secret defenders eleven. Very interesting one. As, we continue a journey through stop loss. Now I. Can Begin not really liking this but in the end absence was basically just mindless action. Ended up enjoying it. I liked the characters involved and. Nova probably the least. Thing Northstar an all-star in action I said, that was pretty cool in lot. The fact that he's actually foster than Nova, which is a pretty big thing. The. Robot or whatever. Uh was part of stop lost that really didn't matter. It was just a matter of having those to try and base it, and then finally having Kolia hoke in the coming and really to show the differences strength. To it was pretty cold. Adopt strategist will had very incidental kind of role. And mentions his book as well. So I hadn't actually read. The Reference Book of what's happened to his sanctum sanctorum? But. Basically. He was able to to bring in the help. I A north. Star and the hulk a seemed like a very quick enough. But the banter between those down over was was entertaining at really didn't do much more than that and recap what had happened in the last two pots of stop loss. Nothing too much he there was nothing the interlude I was a little confused at although. was say. I'm not really putting too much investment in that I'm assuming that's part of the secret defenders storyline but as long as this was very sifi part three is the simple part. And probably the most accessible out. Wise. How all men everyone really chunky. Can I say that I mean the Hulk looked pretty good but northstar Nova were really. Going on. Grinberg, is it The oddest? and run MAS was the the writer. So pretty I think pretty average who may but it has to be enjoyment factor I'm I just enjoyed it because it was just a lot of simple fund. So Eagles should be able to get through this comic rate through pretty quickly insane to be that much at all except for the recap. Saw Yeah I'll be interested to he perhaps Matt Canidu-. High French Canadian action level. I tried and it wasn't that great. The hope. But definitely doctor strange the will. On that run anyway. Kepa quantum will be following this crazy wacky adventure. But if I just WANNA give us a like a C. plus It really is. Disposable throwaway one but as I said enjoyable nevertheless. Already Ahmat he out Kachalova. So. Yeah. The wraith we got through this one, this one was yes. Flow least important data the crossover would say. And we A If he wants to inference Canadian accent. Stress Coincidence, because I did not. I did never plugged it on this podcast but. At the beginning of did pandemic my friend. COMEDIANS. Started this group where they make. Wrestling video game simulations and everyone becomes a character and they do promos dispute a city and the. Character names Dijk who is a dozen very bad. French Canadian accent and. You can see him every week on twitch stream. Hugh W quarantine action visiting that is what it's called for everybody in Australia twitch, which is a website where people watch video games stupid butts so there. Yet don't get your hopes up with Thanos Ray. Even. Thanos ain't shown up for this thing. No kidding new. Okay I've done a little research jetting here in. Hoarding to what I can see. May more is just a starbucks crossover doesn't have a number? Yes. So let's assume star last one is one. Way. To on the cover, a secret defenders has three on the cover will assume they more four. Will soon, start past to is five. Ways are fifty, five, zero. Six. Forty seven this heart seven,.
"canidu" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"The city was never greater than in Madrid. I was so excited to see Madrid. And so disappointed. In it. Nothing wrong with not a bad city. But. There's nothing great about it either. The inverse on that the city that I expected the least and got the most now. That's a very interesting question. Vienna. Vienna is. One of my all time. Favorite. Most awesome. Incredible. Yeah I mean. Paris really is that special? And you have an expectation of it. But? My expectation was so high because you're. My favorite world city I rather live in Houston than anywhere else. But my favorite World City is London no question Loveland I love everything about letting I could live in London. London. Is An amazing. Bruce Robinson is such a great songwriter what would really do take a little time and talked old rooster as a drive on down the line these millions down that. Down that road and with the word, he's gonNA lighten their load. He loves all the people no matter. Their racist hell even had a hit country song with Julio, Iglesias and that ain't easy to. Eleven. Rush limbaugh will always be the greatest. It troubles me that he. Signed off yesterday or day before I don't get to listen to rush into more. And I heard rush say years ago that he doesn't listen to other shows because if he did. Then, he would he would be tempted to repeat what they had to say. Then he would feel like he added either had to credit them, and then it wouldn't be his own ideas or not credit them, and then he'd feel like he's stolen. So I stopped listening to rate to talk radio. For many of the same reasons. And sometimes when I leave, I don't usually get out of the studio 'til about two o'clock and then I'll go meet friends maybe have a cigar have some lunch and come back to the evening show. But. When I'm leaving sometimes I'll hear Russia's last segment that was the case yesterday and I hadn't heard him in a while. So comforting to hear his voice again, and he really is the greatest at what he does and. In for anyone who doesn't realize that you have to understand. Every, show is derivative. Of Rush Limbaugh that you hear on the radio today, there's not a single show. That is not deeply inspired by rush limbaugh? Now. Grant in New York that Sean Hannity will tell you he grew up with our were there other influences? Sure. But there is nobody in Radio Hannity Levin back. It doesn't matter who. That was not deeply influenced by rush limbaugh they acknowledged that or not. And so he was talking about. And this has applications to Texas Greg Grab It. It was talking about President. Trump speak how long does the clip? Four minutes, he's talking about President Trump speaking in Ohio. And the Republican governor and then Lieutenant Governor or booed and they're shocked that trump supporters despise them and it's because of the Greg. Grab it locked down mask mandate nonsense listen to this. This is an interesting thing that happened trump had a rally in Ohio. Yesterday. And both the Lieutenant Governor and the governor. were. Really Razz the crowd. Last night's over masks. Mike Dewine and his health officials now resigned. Dewine. And a number of. Lieutenant, Governor Houston have both. Tried to make the case for wearing masks. Keeping scared and wearing masks. And trump kind of caught short. I mean he introduced them and thought they would be. Applauded over and they were not they were. They were booed. And there's a story about this a PJ media by. Paulo Bowl Yard. Trump introduced pro mask governor Mike Dewine and his Ohio rally, and it didn't go well is the headline. One of the poll quotes a strange thing about this whole episode. Is How everyone seems to have been caught off guard trump seemed unaware of how unpopular divide the wine is with his own base. Fast. To Jack. Government so rush didn't play the clip of the governor being booed. He didn't have it but he does have the lieutenant governor trying to come in and clean up a mess. Okay. Yep. Go ahead. But if you go into a grocery store where you gotta wear one. All right. Hang on hang on just listen up. I get it. No you don't. Tells you to take it off. You can at least say that you're trying to save the country by wearing one president donald trump smells right. I hope Greg grab her that. I was asked by a friend who is a Republican Elected official within the last few days a we few four or five days ago. Why are you so mad at grab it. And I said because he's governing Democrat. Because I talked to a lot of small business owners. There have been several letters. That I don't know why the media is not covering, them are being sent to grab it by former supporters and I mean big money gas Canidu- gasset grab it has always been a guy every every Republican donor will tell you this grab. It has always been a guy who stockpiles cash it's all he wants to do is raise money. He raises money during off years when other candidates are trying to raise money because they're on the ballot and he's hated for that nobody will say it publicly but trust me they all tell me privately. And Grab. It has done all of this. He's running for president in two, thousand, twenty four and he has a. Business owners small business owners in this state irreparably. Irreparably. In Mark my words you will remember this. It's years away. Twenty twenty four is going to be for Greg, grab it what it was for Rick Walker. In Wisconsin people are going to say always got all this cash. He's going to be a great candidate watch and see people are not. He has destroyed and is continuing to destroy businesses with his executive, grab it orders and people are never in this state are never going to forgive him for that. I. Hope he heard this booming..
"canidu" Discussed on Twinovation
"Up in the pig pen. He's my any bitty titty brother. He's all happy. The chef aid tugboat rumor Jada footy Hafer us today. debone tugging. Guys feel to pose the question. You're currently sitting in your room on your mega sized bed, correct. Yeah like to call it the King Queen. It's right, and so, what if you remember remember simpler time? When you had to just deal with the Queen was the problem with the Queen. Remind Me Jeff. It was just a tiny little. Many body parts in too many places. To find a dry spot in the bed past two am because every your own sweat. Well, you got the issue on for sure and Dave is very floppy type of sleep, or you need a correction. My sleeps on noon. A Lotta Spine stretches I'm doing a lot of, but bridges defined a way. How do you find you know what's the most senior happened by yourself? How would you sleep in that bed? GimMe like the orientation which might sound like a word questioned, but run with me on one person or two people in the Queen alone we'll go from one person to to people so one person's the starfish like on a mentioned. Yeah, yes, and then the. person is the jackknifed on the stomach. Strike. Yep. Can you take a look at the screen here? Because I'm GONNA show you a little something share. Okay, this is say your normal. Rectangle sized ad right. Now, say what's Dave. Me Personal Love Your daily here. I can fell sleep like this. You know that way you get the diagnosis on the. Free diagonally. The Me Love Diagonal. Please attest to it on likes it so much. That leaves me only in a triangle, which is a very annoying and unfortunate for. Half, so you have two people here. What you're talking about is is a little lowland labor. Ideally, people would sleep on axe. Right while that's interesting, Dave but not worthy of this idea. Overdoing here is retaken that bed Amer shifting. We have is pretty much a Rambus here, okay? Allows the sleeper with the slant lifestyle. Okay! Wonderful explain this to the crew here, so he essentially. He smooshed a a rectangle into becoming a Rombas. So you just like imagine if you smooshed your mattress and made it like a Rambus like longer look around, or why am I talking about a trapezoid? Shape was that I need to learn. That's a wrong. Yeah. Let's see the. Once nudity re this. Probably the the figure remains the same. You're just now. The things are not perpendicular. Each angle were adding a little bit lank to it. You see that. S Yes. Yes, I, do yes it around, but and so now you can have almost rhyme Atlantan there. Another person slanted in there and Sherry look. You know. Necessarily made for this type of lifestyle, but maybe they shouldn't be and maybe it's sometimes annoying. You know to deal with a conventional square room, and sometimes you know the the bet is the most important thing in the room. You can end up working around the bed if you have a dresser a bureau, but it's almost nice to have a little bit more geometry. In that sleeping pattern now, Jeff, does this this new? Slant. Allow for a taller person. The taller person to get more room. Yes so when he ended up happening is. Every part of the bed is a diagonal cracked. So what you're getting is instead of instead of just that one hypo news there that one long for the you know. The every little section is a nice long stroke. Love it Do you mind doing? A quick reenactment of. How it goes from the tra- the rectangle. Right who? Rectangle you see. You GotTa lineup one one that smell fun right what you do. Is You give a little bit of band in a little better band and now one to? Lansing for you again, living that slant lifestyle is actually how you. Save marriages at the end of the day. You're sleeping comfortable. And now we're opening up a whole new line of Canidu- vase that have this cross section here. That is like lifestyle, and there's a whole lifestyle brand surrounded by the Robin. Rum BED around. That cost? Your logo there. Let's see that right back because I'm doing a video record here so. Social. Square now go back. Don't be a square. That's awesome. Jeff Fantastic. You know that's why that's why the your teachers tell you when you're young. Learn the math, 'cause you know ten or twenty years from that class. From that date, you might be inventing the ROM bed. I love that Dave and you know this is the type of stuff like we sailing and we were going to get more into the visuals hair for the people. I'm glad you recorded that because having those things really helped. Make you know an idea. Come to for wishing. Yes, That's what we gotta do. We need to visualize the podcast to our listeners out there a lot of our listeners. And we don't really use it because we don't like to, but a lot of listeners out there don't realize how handsome and pretty we are. We're all pretty good looking. We're not these ugly podcasters. We just don't show off. Her face is our bodies that much, because we are one with the people, yeah. Very humble! We are humble. What we're gonNA start posting more six pack pictures. Vicious fees don't forget to send us. Those barely legal photos, ladies and gentlemen, but. Let's send it around the Horn Jeff. I know you hate when I say this but Jeff. Rum I. Think is like really special. I don't hate when you say. Smile again tot idea. Yes. It's a great idea. East smiles a lot. He smiles plenty Dave's a happy guy i. don't smile special. Mile..
"canidu" Discussed on "Global Leadership with Greg Parry"
"Is it because that's. What you were wise experience or might isn't alternative way. Is that the right thing to do because it reflects your values and belief system. Natural pattern of idea is it a natural choice of action few because that's the easiest pathway. Maybe, there's a pathway that's more challenging for you, but easier for others and modern still achieve success. You might ask yourself Canidu- the senator for why. Is there a better way to do it of the white normally do it. So again FICA. The latter references apply that you can step up the ladder and you can step back down. Again to go over the the key steps. We initially get facts. We believe or do anyway. We see the reality. We select facts in particularize usually why select all the facts! Sometimes we just. Look at the corner of the page Oh made. We just don't have access to all the information. Maybe in time you will have access to everything, but right now you only have a corner of the page. So when you interpret them, you might not have all the information you need. Any might be making assumptions. Data filtered volume valleys in belief system. That might not be fair and accurate. Tried and true ways. But not necessarily the best way. You're drawing conclusions based on beliefs and you take an action based on assumptions. That may be true. Beware of the steps that you are on that, let. Identify that level thinking through. Decide whether you. It's the right time to step forward or step back. Step for step down. Sometimes. It's really smart to go back to allow step. To, check the facts. Check your assumptions to check your beliefs system to see what influence your decision so far. But asking yourself what you're thinking. Why while you're age tip? That's really powerful. You'll be able to analyze each step along the way, and nor our long jump to conclusions prematurely making show you can the Russian away. Ladder inferences also really good to reflect on. Things went on. Happenings might have gone wrong. So maybe it's you know you. You've acted on something and you've implemented a maybe the solutions not work. Might, be you know one month in? You've implemented a plan that you thought was plan that didn't work. Step back in the latter interest. Think about the decision making process you tool. Maybe, it was the right decision at the time that you needed more information. Maybe it was the right decision for the small number of people involved. That might be needed to broaden the circle of people that were involved at that time. So. It's a powerful tool to use to think about you know making good decisions and as I've said before in culturally diverse environments. This is incredibly. Against site, so many examples of times when I made assumptions based what I saw because my cultural perspective was different. Cultural behaviors look different in the workplace. Stories before about when I spent a lot of time in China. and. Certainly people behave in different ways, or they motivated in different ways could argue that traditionally anime traditionally I to stereotypes, but traditionally in China people tend to be motivated by extrinsic rewards. Where me and my culture, we tend to emotive about that as well but more short-term. We tend to think more intrinsically. So these things as well shape decisions. The shapes episode on certain things. When things go wrong, we need to be realize why. Another I wanNa told today about is the concept of sexual positions. This is a really powerful one in my opinion, because it helps us get a better impression about someone else's.
"canidu" Discussed on Sleep With Me
"Dusty tangents with a little bit of rust. Oh creaky is creaky dulcet. Tones rate is that what? I said or creaky. Did I say then? Let a different things. Extra words going off point obscenely. Long Intro Where I don't get to the point of explaining what the podcast is in doing. So Hardy Har Canidu- here's the thing. If you knew I mean it would have to do with his interest to try to make a metaphor out of the podcasts for passably involving dogs tonight because he had to write outside to climb in collided where I record the podcast. Would've I I'll do is Welcome I'm glad you're here. Who despite gas can help? It doesn't work for everybody to give it a future is. Don't try to our make. Sensitive Lake is a part of your brain that might try to make census by guests. Maybe the parts you. It'll aligned with the parts. You they keep you up. So keep the kickback. And just barely listen. That's kind of what? This bad kiss is a bit of a bit more than background noise. But it would be like if you were. I guess this may be the metaphor that I wasn't looking for. I was GonNa talk about dog beds thinking about being a wind interpreter. And if I might Chore Toil Which Is. I don't think it's word of ever used on this podcast before but you might surely scoots. There's no such thing in Ed. Rousse really well ask then. Ws National Weather Service sort. I'd International Weather Service if there is one also if either one of you offer What is called a honorary degrees? I'd love to become doctor. Weser in maybe I would even sing a song about it would actually be just stormy weather but it would be as Dr Weather and if you want. When I received the award I could wear a lab coat in court. Maybe a cloud hat with a lightning bolt. That's just a proposal but I'm actually in the middle of a podcast intro. But was get back to that honorary degree in wind interpreting or maybe remind me duel episode wind listener. Okay Bob Crickets in my brain. That's a good scientist. So if your new clearly you don't need to listen to anything that was before I point you you kind of like listening to the wind. If you're in the right mood you say well that's nice. It's a nice steady. Well not always steady. But it's a sound and Selva me unwind and get deeper in bed in sink in and maybe it's just a nice bit bigger than a breeze but not too heavy where he said. Okay is good. It's clean and you know it's bringing some new air into town about time. We cleared out the air round here so he say okay could breathe through the window can rest where you're not trying to make sense of it too much. That's kind of what one way to listen spat get so you can listen however you choose. Yeah you just want to let you know and give you full permission. You don't have to listen to me so that's one to here to keep you company. Value Fall Asleep. I won't really put you to sleep. I'll just be here at your side. Is You drift off into dreamland net it differently to continue with the metaphor. If I was holding some dried leaves you know wind age. Say Okay get some dried leaves in my hand and some people might say well scoops. What are you doing holding dry? The leaves you get a crunch him for soothing. Sound now though. That is an idea as long as one hundred percent dried leaves and then and then that would be okay no. I'm just waiting for a breeze to come in and carry them off of my palm and drifting away to a new home it where they could support a bio home just so I could sneak in cheap rhyme and then forget what I was gonna say but you know. They drew gently drift away a deal. You'll drift away in you know as I'm talking but if you can't sleep I'll be here till the end. Believe make this show as much for all the people who fall asleep. I think. Make a complete podcast even if you fall asleep in the ten minutes after the hour podcast is really. What's putting you to sleep somehow but also make a despite guests for the silver people who can't Fall Asleep. I'll be here till the end gently rambling and interpreting the wind or listening to the wind so those things are structurally show starts off a little late for this but it starts off with an intro. That's around twelve to fifteen minutes. After some business we opened the show with. There's some business between the intro and the story and then there'd be tonight we'll be talking about Star Trek the next generation and but bubbly. It'll be like a meandering coverage re say wait. A second was ever really an episode. And this one's a doozy because they think it only has The two locations. I mean if you count different locations and the enterprise maybe more but This isn't about to filming the show So where was I? Oh shocked about wind. So Yeah Oh so. That's the podcast. You don't need to listen. No pressure fall asleep. I'm here to help them here to be your friend. I've been there sleepless in the deep dark knight intellect to your and keep you company. Well do you drift off but I was thinking about it this with the Wind Lake. I feel like I said you would cause you scoot. You can interpret the wind and then they say we'll feser expert at win. May maybe I don't know I don't have a WINDEX BIRD. And of course someone might say you know break it. Would I say break in wind? The no this isn't a time for jokes like that. It's just a if you had someone with expertise in winds and they then they were also even narrower. They were an audio wind experts. In maybe a century win expert. They could feel the wind field breeze. That's what I used to say when I run of even though I wasn't very fast I think I'd say taste my burris. No I don't think any of those is sent companies should take. That tastes my briefs. Because you really don't like it's more like a or was I so. If you were still were whistle imaginary WINDEX spurts and do. They know everything about the wind. A really got it down. Do they could actually interpret a win for you now wouldn't be Like an English language. I guess if you're communicating in English they would use English but they'd say okay you know that's the first off that's coming in from. The northwest disseminates headed to the south. That would be my first question. Does that mean it's you never understand that it's coming from the northwest? It's going to the southeast as we're talking about and they would say you might be picking up the temperature and wind and from this factor and they see might notice some Moist Nisar. Some dryness is from that You know this was FG which causing it. Then they could go into your whole low pressure high pressure whatever you know things us and the map but maybe they have their own pointer and stuff. Would you believe right now in between whether people like a I don't want to 'em like it used to watch channel primarily for S- Salad Castenada? Just because I feel like I don't know I don't know just have an affinity for sale. He does the traffic in did really enjoys a weather person. But then a change. No no it I D I only now doubling up sale. Don't worry I didn't switch. Should morning news but I do I. I did start watching another news channel just because they liked to the personalities on air Reggie and Natasha say an Jessica. I said we really lake. You like a net to elect him better than any way. Shouldn't bring this up in the middle. Who's just trying to talk about Webster? But where was ace? Oh Boy You really have to rail scissor all local news news people Bridge so if you're wishing would windex. Berz is they could really interpret to win. I imagine I don't know of any wind experts. I'm trying to think what pie maybe disabuse time. It keeps saying Dallas From Twenty Thousand Hertz. Maybe this is the one where I get hold of Dallas. And we do a crossover episode about wind because Dallas Has A podcast about sound ourselves with wonderful by guests world of sound a short form? Bedell does these deep dives so may-maybe. Maybe that'll be the one. Where was I though? Who Will I guess the thing? The difference is if someone was actually an expert in the wind. You'd probably want to listen to their interpretations. So if you're a normal person you'd be like okay can you? Unless you're really interested like may you'd say okay. Is it going to be nice tomorrow or not? Do I need a jacket is it GonNa? Rain is going to be hot or cold tomorrow. You know is it would. What's up to win? Y You know Blustery wind at night is it a sailor's deloitte or NAT Or should I take warning and they'd say well the wind can't tell you that and you say we'll the frigging son you can. So what's up? What do you mean how are you an expert? I'm amateur Sun Watcher. In then they'd storm out. That's where we're really happened. I did have the one expert Sandy seabreeze was surplus was her pseudonym and she was the world's foremost expert on wind. That was speaking to me but no longer because of that Fallout and then she said you. Watch Steve Paulson anymore an ACO please release. They love all local. Newscasters it just some currently anyway. Come on Gimme a break. So whether it's an morning news that book injured day or the evening breeze. Or maybe live in seabreeze park or something. And that's the name of your evening paper you say aiming to settle in when read the do the puzzles in the evening breeze. Or maybe you go running at night and you say or you know you're breaking wind you don't sit stanford evening breeze please. I think those jokes went out of fashion when they stop being funny which was What fourth grade. But I do like the idea of newspaper being called the evening breeze through it. It's only it's only the latest news. They actually could if you had a newspaper here. Here's his Gimme a Japan Flown Casino. He has wa apoe as When I put on my would say when you're a news person not a news person like you're the wood is echo. I don't know what it's called a No. You don't know what it's called because you're my brain. I thought I could like a person. That's a fan as a news. But he's so maybe they could have won lake. They say well we got to Walpole. That's for hard news or whatever now we have evening breeze. That's for news. It's really nothing breezy. News kittens. Cute recuiter how did I get so anyway? Despite kiss actually should be a bit of the evening breeze to you. Some fresh air. Some Roy Innis illegal linens on the line gently flapping in my gums will.
"canidu" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"But you know whatever but here we go. And here's category. That includes the one overlap. So we're doing best supporting actress for okay. My nominees for best supporting actress are Sophia. Canidu- Marlboros Jennifer Lopez. Hustlers should have been an overlap. Weird non overlap. Yep Florence Candice Lebron Bergen Pugh for little women so that is your because Florence pugh is the new candice. Bergen who is the Brown James because she gets fucking buckets also because she's amazing on instagram much james and much like candace Bergen all three of them off three of them once again. Her official nickname from here on out is Florence candice. Lebron Bergen Pugh love best comedic performance. Twenty nine thousand nine little women that's my take and then to classic chaos Bex My fourth nominee for best supporting actress is Rebecca Ferguson. As the hat in Doctor Sleep. Oh Wow great pick I love those great big. I love this. Here's the only thing I want to say about that before you even name you pick the three hour director's cut just dropped gotTA check check. His I am. I'm just feeling it brewing inside me. That's the Roman Jay Israel this year. That movie that I kind of liked to have problems with might be amazed earlier views. I've read of of the director's cut. Make it sound even better and I'm wondering if and the director's cut just drop this week. I think it just came out on BLU ray or it's coming up next jobs or whatever Straw uh-huh I feel like potentially director's cut could give her the win in this category Rebecca Ferguson in Doctor. Sleep is the most I've ever liked to performance. What's that also made me think so much of Jane Creek Hausky Doing Jackie John Rate in thirty rock taking it? I mean I'll just my take her her decision to play the most evil force in the world like a middle aged woman at the Litchfield jazz locker. Steve next movie at some one hundred percents. She's a fucking tangled wedding ferguson. As the hat got so derailed the get ready. Oh God my nominee is Judi dench and cats. I'm on board with that with that. I kind of love she. I think she's very locked in cats. I think so I think that is I. I think that is the hardest and most impressive performance of a year. It is. I think this is great. We're.
"canidu" Discussed on Read it and Beep
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"canidu" Discussed on The Real Madrid Podcast
"Welcome back to the Madrid. PODCAST everybody now out of that. Victory this weekend over Alvarez clear week to recover ahead of next weekend's match against struggling espanol now this free time is giving the media's plenty of time to speculate on possible arrivals and Sandy Patches in the transfer window which of course opens in just weeks time. Fabien Arief name remains a constant in the girls columns tmz the Napoli. Midfielder is certainly having a more testing season. This than lost is one goal for Napoli and a couple of assists this season the twenty-three-year-old though is viewed as a long term replacement of course for look moderate. The one issue which is still dividing. The two clubs is the valuation Madrid. Don't see him as being valued as close to a hundred million as Napoli do on. Of course the usual names of being linked in terms of the package deal with the F.. And Hamas Rodriguez of course potentially going in the other direction now staying on the subject of players for the future. You Chew Z. Dan wants an experienced central defender. Who would be able to give Sergio Ramos a degree of competition? But he feels that he doesn't have at this point now McCain yaas remains e- Dan's first choices contract is up in twenty twenty two. PS G may feel that after having services for seven the seasons it may be difficult to dry and keep him cashing in next. Summer remains a possibility. Now the future not looking quite good for Mealy Tau some speculating that he may be. Let go as early as this January. Where the Valencia Leverkusen Angolan Mulan Interested in taking the twenty one year old Brazilian international staying on the subject of defenders? Keep an eye out as well On. Diego got collahuasi to a Brazilian defender is in his first season in Spain. After three years in France in Nantes and he's been clawed impressive. We're the team which has also been very impressive. This seasons of currently third in Spain long-term target Canidu- Khuda Body Body over its Napoli could perhaps be a more realistic target certainly the Martinez. Where the Napoli President now keen on cashing in the end if the season with him and dress mertens so as to begin the rebuilt? All the Napalese squad the feet would be in the region all sixty million. Luca could Yovich struggles have been well-documented since his move to Madrid has had a few surprising revelations in an interview on Serbian television in the last day. Aso's one being that it was Z.. Dan who made all of the running to sign him. Florentino Perez Elsa revealed that he remains Maine's comfortable and focused lamade riches. Easy said his fears. I telling him to be patient and that he certainly had his ups and downs in in the early days of his Madrid career. Now the last twenty four hours we saw Leo massive. Course we're in another Balladur but is is it time that Tony Cruz was given more recognition. Then he tends to get. Statistics have revealed that in every one of the two hundred and fifty games. He's played sincere arrived at Real Madrid. He's managed to pass completion rate of over ninety percent. And where it's your view adults of that the forty eight assists and sixteen goals that he's scored as well It'll makes him look rather like the dog in of the century especially when you consider that he twenty six million where he signed from buying Munich now the weekend. Victory over Alabama saw rail Madrid remain level on points with Barcelona at the top of Lollygag. Got Her here is.
"canidu" Discussed on Forever35
"Our guest today. Today is each Joma Alonzo. Welcome Joma Hi. We're so glad to have you here. Joma allu- is a Seattle based writer speaker and Internet yeller. Her work on social issues such as race gender has been published in the Guardian the stranger Washington Post Elle magazine. NBC News News and more and Her New York Times bestselling first book. So you want to talk about race was released in January. Two thousand eighteen with seal press. Joma was named one of the most influential people in Seattle by Seattle magazine. One of the fifty most influential women in Seattle by Seattle met one of the roots hundred most influential Americans twenty seventeen nineteen and twenty eighteen and is the recipient recipient of the feminist humanist award twenty eighteen by the American Humanist Association the Media Justice Award by the Gender Justice this league and the two thousand eighteen. Aubrey Davis Visionary Leadership Award by the Equal Opportunity Institute and we are so excited to have her here ear to talk about her book and about Self Care and yeah So let's let's get into it Can Can we start Each homered just for listeners. Who aren't familiar with your book? Can you endure night both. Read it can you tell us Kind of tell us generally about what it is and also kind of what your experience has been since publishing it. Obviously it's a New York Times bestseller which is amazing I'd love to hear just kind of what right it has been like since it came out for you. Sure I'm the book is called C.. WanNa talk about race. So it's it's it's pretty self explanatory planetary. It's a kind of guidebook on helping with your conversations on issues of racism in America. It's really designed nine to kind of help. People get past some of the stumbling blocks that frequently Canidu- conversations on race and for your every day life in work at home in your community to really get past those initial conflicts and into really find areas for change range. So each chapter tackles issues or questions that People Kinda stumble upon regularly talking about issues of race the book. It came out in January of last year. And it's been amazing. It's been really well received. It's been used in in colleges across the country work shops across the country. It's been mason to hear from people about the difference. It's made in their life and it's definitely a book that keeps going. It's been interesting to watch this steady use and you know over the last almost two years now how and to see it. Still be relevant and something that people are still recommending to each other and to see it really improving not only relationships let's but in actual situations that are impacting people of color across the country and even outside of the United States. And we should say that it came Out in the paperback edition in September. And you you wrote a new introduction for the paperback which I thought was a preface For for the paperback that I thought was interesting Were you kind of talk about some of the I guess some of the things that you sort of wish. You would disgust in the original edition Can you talk about a little bit about how you came to those realizations. I guess. Certainly I mean I think this is something that faces every writer. Where is the things you right? Stay static even the raiders grow and change and an often we grow and change because of what we right and so writing a book on recently. I book you. Even the process of talking about the book and traveling in hearing from people added to what I felt like. I wish I had this. I wish I could have included this. It changed it added nuance to my own ideas. He is of what I'd I'd written and Ching and use also showed some areas where you know could have done more Or better and they think any brighter always thinks they could do more and I think any topic we write about. We could write multiple books about but you luckily when you have a paperback you get to at least give voice least to some of that instead of just carrying it with you and so it was really nice to have the opportunity to talk about what I would like to include things. I learned that you know my own privilege had kind of stopped me from realizing raising of just care that I could have taken in some areas of the book especially daily Issues facing people of Color. That aren't lack. That's my own lived experience Ryan But also things that I just didn't realize needed to be explained as explicitly as they did and so seeing it And then getting another Chanson very grateful that it sold well enough to. Do you know to be able to have a paperback edition. So that I could at least include some of those things and talk about it and people know that I- side and you know I'm not the last person to write a book about race and certainly not I and it's always important. I think think for us to recognize what more we can do and what could happen next. And what ask about cultural appropriation because we talk a ton about self care on this podcast and self care practices and I think a lot of what we're seeing in self care right now kind of is there is a lot of cultural appropriation going on and so I was wondering if you could kind of speak about how we can bring more awareness to the ways in which a lot of self care practices especially you know things that white women are doing our coach cultural appropriation. Yes certainly I would say that you know hard what I I I think we should look at is a lot of the idea of self care as it is. Popularized wigs was well within white supremacy by the idea to have this luxury time. Where you can set everything side is something that many people of colored never get to two and I would say especially women of color and so a lot of detractors? That are often adopted are not Mrs Sarah what we would call self care her but our survival by a lot of practices other cultures have come up with to get by to live or something that are you know survival. For communities communal practices religious practices very important practices are treated as luxury items as retreats for white the people and it's important to recognize why that's problematic and it's not problematic that anybody would would want some luxury in their life. It is problematic to sink that you can take something that was created for survivor. Where for community eighty or you know to hold an oppressed people together and not take any of the struggle not to anything to you? Reconcile your part in that oppression and that's really where we're the issue wise for. I think a lot of people. It's not that people want to practice yoga or you know. Go on a sweat or do any of these things. It's the fact that these things are since they are part of a culture that is being told they don't have a right to themselves and these things were created to balance you. You know in to fight off sloop. Russian that white culture has perpetrated and or have been held onto inspite of oppression of white culture. And so then to have people who don't have to face any of that who we'd these things for that purpose to say. Oh that's nice. I want some of that without also so thinking what can I do to ease the burden that I'm imposing upon this culture Or what can I do to make sure that whatever prophets Sweden eight from this actually goes to the culture that created maintains its is in itself just more colonialism white supremacy. And so I think for me. The focus is not necessarily on the act itself but in the imbalance behind it by the problem is the symptom is cultural appropriation. Russian raped power imbalance ends up looking like true appropriate. And what I would love. People to look at is the power imbalance to look at where the problem lies. What makes it cultural appropriation? Asian and tackle back so tackle eraser and our cultures you know tackle The way in which capitalism cuts communities of color out of any profits from their own creations. Tackle the Exploitation of communities of colored sat tackle the censoring of Whiteness in media And pop culture all of these things that make cultural appropriation that give teeth. Those are the things I would like people to focus on where oftentimes ends up happening. Instead is something that rise still with inwards premacy which is people WANNA list of. What can I do if I can't you know if I can't do yoga if I can't you no dress up like a Gisha if I can't do all these things what can I do and really what people are asking is this? How can operate the same way? I always have without feeling bad and instead if you you know people talk about how much they appreciate and love other cultures. New Celebrating other cultures was celebrating other cultures needs looking towards sustainment of that culture her and showing appreciation for what was given by trying to not be a burden and to lift any burden that you've placed and that's really what I want. People people start focusing on. Yeah I mean kind of along those lines. I love all the actionable suggestions you have in your book for how people can fight systemic racism. Right you can try. You can try to link to the stomach effects of racism whenever you talk about racism Can you you can talk a little bit more about that and explain why this is so important. I'm it's an order for a couple of reasons. One is that what people of color are are suffering from is not the sentiments the lack of love for White people right and a lot of times. We like to keep discussions on race and racism. Awesome in the hearts you know feelings and love in Area and what will it really is is system systemic oppression. It's Tau those opinions and feelings could be manipulated by the system or the power that our systems give those feelings so I could walk in the street and people can think whatever they want with me and I'm fine with what does bother me. Is that if they decide to act on it and they'd said outcome feelings about me because the color of my skin our entire air system our employment system our government our media will line up behind that action to make it more powerful and that's really what impacts the lives of people of Color and so when we're talking about issues of race it's important to recognize a that it's oftentimes is more effective to get people to see why something is a problem that they're doing if they see how her playing into something more systemic but also because that's really where the pain lies for people of Color and people of color don't feel heard when all the here is. I'm sorry if you felt bad when I did this because it's not not saying. I felt that you know if I get talk to her in a meeting by a white man. It's not just that it's rude to be talked over. It's because it plays into the general erasure and subjugation. That black women face in workplaces across the country right it reinforces that pattern and it's part of a long trail of events to harm and it doesn't exist from its own and so we need to tie to these larger issues a because that's where the real issue is. That's what people of color are talking about winter talking about these situations but also because people need to understand the full weight of what they're doing and they need to also know but it's the systems they need to attack and that when they fail to look at their actions. They are supporting oppressive assistance. It's not just a made a mistake or I did what I would do with anyone else it is. I supported a longstanding harmful racist system. So you know I am example. I think using the book Lucas. If you make a joke about people of color being late in the office we are actually doing is not just making a joke. You are up hoping a stereotype. Oh type that makes people was likely to be hired for jobs and that because we have racist systems that allow all black people to be judged in mass That you know are fever. Negative stereotypes that want to find reasons to hold old white employees above employees of color. Then you what you're saying is no longer just a joke and the harm that that brunt of that that joke fields which is not just the by person you're talking about but every black person an officer black person who would work in. That office is larger richer than just a few words. And that's really why we have these conversations and I think that's why it's important. I think everyone should know especially white people. You should know the broader impact of what they're doing because people of color are meant to feel that every single day we feel the full weight of racist actions agents. That's why we spent so much time focusing on things like microaggressions because there's nothing micro about that because they play into a large system that is crushing people..
"canidu" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"One of the lucky ones. Just lucky she was in a restaurant and the wool. All of the restaurant almost collapsed on top of a look natural disasters. CANIDU- happened but it is the unforeseen circumstances which we will touch on that you cannot implantable so zoey and her friend Abby. If you're on to wear the story would buy badly injured when though rotting pasta petrol station during their lunch break right so they just jumped jumped on. This good is like they normally did went for lunch and we hitting back to a local school in San Raping caddy. Now statement at the time said the explosion was caused by an improper transfer of gas from the Tanka to the main storage which led to a lake and subsequently an explosion. I was is actually fortunate enough to interviews and Houma Mary at home in Canes in the UK to check in on how she's going. I'm feeling pretty good. It's on back and I love being back home because I can eat all the foods one. I've got friends and family coming to see me. And that's great because they make me feel really happy and and stuff and that's always lovely. I'm more independent at home so I could do everything for myself. And that's great snowmobiling Rigas so for those. That aren't familiar with the story stories. Take us through. What happened in Cambodia so I was a teacher with qualification in Cambodia the country I love the most me and my friend never teacher at the same school Abbey Zonda? She came to my house for lunch. So we talk in the morning and then it has that free our break so she came to my house for lunch we had lunch. And then we're driving back to school for the afternoon classes and same route that I take every day and as we drove around around the corner on like my left I could see that. This building was on fire and it's a petrol station so legit for Shish and so obviously the unfortunately is on a major crossroad. So couldn't just drive out strike because if a car or motorbike would crash so I had to make sure it was clear it was clear. Talk finally Dr Guy and unfortunately it just when boom riots unfortunately the fire them when all the way in front of us and then it came back all the way behind us. Now I'm sitting on my bike and that has patron inside. It's warm now thinking. Is this going to explode on us. So we got off the bike Abib ECE. She's wearing leggings and like the work t shirts. That's like a short sleeve t shirt and it's all corn file all the core and fire so she's rolling around.
"canidu" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
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"canidu" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I'm not going to hold them back. Exactly make my team better. And I believe every bit of that. Plus, maybe coach saving didn't come across like that. But he has been doing that. And I say he's been doing that. I don't know he's been doing that. And I'm not in his inside a little in his office when he's tall to athlete, but. Well, I think saving is honest with his perspective with his players is he can be. But sometimes you just don't really know the the NFL does not allow you to give much more than a a first or second round. Great. I don't believe. So I think I didn't think if saving would tell a player you ought to go now or you shouldn't go I do believe he does that. I think he's frustrated with that fringe with guy that just won't listen, and and to me, Charlie. These guys have probably already made up their own mind. They they all think they're great. You know that work, and they all think they're gonna make it and wouldn't help the bomb drops on them. Yeah. I'm not sure I'm not sure what some of them another year would matter. But but let's look at Clinton Williams. Nobody even news name last year. We will hopefully the crimson tide will come out with the one or two more that then he quit. Up graphic millionaires. If he had left last year. I mean, he he wouldn't have gotten a job anywhere. He's he's he's going to be zillionaire in about three weeks. That's it. That's just so amazing to me. If let me let me let me throw this in there, and give me your opinion, very happen. You know, coach Spurrier, and I did it one time and I still canidu- now over yet list. I do, but I remember am making this statement that talking about university of to do this because you're a great caller, but we're up against the break..
"canidu" Discussed on IPA AdTalk Podcast
"Hello this is and this is the podcast. I recently sat down with sarah. Goading president to ask her about her agenda mexican machines. We also talked about as we submission to silicon valley and this is what she had to say. So sarah the machines south that was your agenda your to three cool two years in one and a good one's recalled years in it's going forth did you. Did you call the. Roger ended. I in my life i did. I think it was incredibly timely thinking about some of the issues. We've had to deal with together over the last eighteen months. Whether that was brand safety and ad fraud having to open letters to google and facebook cooling into account or at lobbying the government to put a moratorium on micro targeted political appetizing through. To just see what's coming out of all the agencies in the industry whether they be media agencies creative agencies feel like the last eighteen months has seen a turbo boost agencies really embracing all of the emerging technologies out lab. Take a i as additional creative tools in the toolbox rothman thinking on their the tools that we don't understand all the tools that belong to the platforms and bespoke purist tech firms. We are taking hold of them. We're learning about the seeing what we can do with them to tell ever better more immersive brown stories for our clients. Even my agency the partnership we have just come out of producing an ad that was written by creative a on and it was a pretty scary experience and the script that the machine wrote walls quite a distinction in its view. I mean such a learning there and yet the execution isn't as good. I would say is warned that to brilliant creative humans would right but we were true to the act experiment and i think there's lots of learning zephyr the industry at large and win alone. That loss of blame creative agencies out that doing similar things. We've seen the case that days on the walls of the at belgrave square and we also saw brilliant effectiveness case studies at the pierre walls in november. So you know a talked about learning from the front. My god if i love from the front amid various moments i felt like bridget jones in this price thinking my god. Why am i on the bbc tech show. But i think i have led so much my agencies led to live and i really hope that we managed to inspire as well as educate so many members and and old members as well as in judea members of the industry. That's why won't my legacy tippety will affect you. I mean you right. And it's very no spoo- to to me. When i go around agencies that there was there was a genuine. So the buzz around the idea that this will be the agenda and as you said so well We've seen a lot of the last two years not just You know in terms of the media platforms so the tech platforms but also how agencies have got it and one of the things. I want to talk to you about. Because i think you mentioned in your speech. The was the fact that there's still a very important role for the human in the loop. You know you just touched on it with a written add an. i know. We'll come onto our recent trip to west coast but that was a recurring theme that yet is machines the gray but without us they are just machines. You know you really do. Need that human element so here. We've seen all this change you've been leading from the front. We recently led a delegation out to the west coast to find out what's going on out there and we always used to say it was a bit like a glimpse into the future. Gotten over there. What did you. I mean i know i know we gotta elvis. But did you think that this time from visiting san francisco silicon valley and then onto la. Did you think maybe we'd could talk about. I definitely i mean it was my first time. Tesa licking valley was quite sure what it was going to expect. But i did feel the. I would feel intimidated by the hurt and saw that think. Oh my goodness we've got so much what to do. Not just within our industry but within the creative industries writ larger than the uk on. I didn't get that sense this time. But that's not to say we didn't hear from some amazing people there's some fantastic startups out that There's a brilliant Canidu- attitude you experiencing both away in san francisco people who obsessed with solutions and technologies. But that's where. I found real harvard if you like because they need us. They need certainly need all the great town in the appetizing industry to tell stories with these technologies. And that was something. I'm gonna youthful as well pull. I felt the a loss of these companies had forgotten that the consumer has been all the consumer insight. Wasn't that had been left out of the loop when you actually talk to them about well. How what was the conceivable. Think about this having to use this. Or how are you going to use it to tell brown stories or just tell stories. It was like oh the economy could see the light bulb go off and so i felt i felt reassured that there's a real place for us as we all. These things were some We still so brilliant tack. We saw some brilliant companies. We saw some that. Were more disappointing. I mean i think the people who impressed me the most. And that's because i felt that they had understood the need to tell stories and were telling truly immersive stories in ways that are one day we will with our clients and with the browns that we go with was an when we visited island. I l. m. x. laps did unique. Is that you leave because that they were using. What do they call it. Multiple realities combination of a are vr. And everything in between to tell truly immersive stories and found that blew my mind. I felt my god. I am going to be princess leia in the very near future as having to just watch on television screen and that's where i thought they were getting it rocked when you then went to other companies. All the the tech was amazing. Quite see how to get our arms around it and use it to really inspire normal people. Yeah i agree with that. I think the mean look virtualities. Being talked about for decades really and i. it's taken such a long time to to get to a place where we can imagine. That might really take off. I think this time like you said when we went to lucasfilm's You got the real sense that.
"canidu" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"He's just making up new ones that don't exist. Mexicans have canidu- cobs. That's a good thing or a bad thing even Mexicans like, thank you. I mean, I have been getting my steps in. So the first clue is racist seeming, but on the other hand cans loop isn't a racist fruits like if he really wanted to be racist. He could have said bananas all what melon, you know, classic races fruits. So we still need more proof. And look what's this? It's another clue talked about Muslims working in your pork. Plants and say, I don't want Muslims walk working in my pork plant because they need X didn't. What did you say, Chris, you gotta have a sense of humor. Here's why here's a soundbite rationale is that if infidels that are eating this, pork, they're not eating. And so as long as they're preparing this pork for infidels. It helps send him to hell, and it must make a lot happy. Geez. Why do I don't want people do in my or it won't eat it? Fair enough. Damn. So Steve king says he doesn't want Muslims working in Polk factories because he thinks it makes them happy to feed the rest of us poke because it'll send us to hell. So in his mind, the some was Lewis who hate everyone else so much. They're like I want to destroy these infidels. Let's blow them up. No, no too easy. That's open the pork shop feed them. Delicious bacon and watch them enjoy themselves for many years until they died and not truly and then go to hell..
"canidu" Discussed on Upgrade
"That is the way it needs to be judged now the challenge, and you and I've seen this over the last week with especially with the I've had pro reviews coming last Monday is that there are two ways to look at this one way is to judge it as a PC. And the other way is to judge it for what it is. And how it works and that I don't actually think those are very different. And I think there are some reviews that really walked the line, quite well, including me lay Patel's at the verge where you know. As I say in the article, I've had not a computer as it's been defined for the last forty years. But it is it is different. And that means that it does some things better than PC's. And it does some things worse than PC's. It's not a PC. And I don't think we should judge it as a we'll do these ten things that my laptop running windows ten can do. I think that's the wrong approach. I because I'd had pro is a different thing. It's a different kind of thing. But I also don't think that means it doesn't. You can't criticize it because in the end it's still has to measure up. It's still has to be worth the money, and it still has to be able to do things even if they're not the same. So I that's the distinction. I'm trying to make here is like there's how do you judge product like this? And there was a group group of people who want to judge it saying, well, if you're going to call it a computer, if you're going to say that it's a thousand dollars and all that then every single thing that I can't do on my PC that I can do on my PC that I can't do on the ipad is a strike against it. And I don't think that's quite the right way to approach it because as our friend Federico will point out time. And again, there are lots of things the pets way better than traditional computer for and so trying to find that spot where you're not judging based on old ways of thinking old workflows one of the things that frustrated me last week was when Neil lay. Said on Twitter that his team of video people at the verge. Simply couldn't do video on the ipad. As an example of what the ipad fails that? And it's like, I'm sorry. That's totally wrong. Like they could do video you can do videos on the ipad. What he meant to say. Or what they meant to say was they weren't comfortable making a video on the ipad because they have built an entire computer-based workflow PC or MAC based workflow that's how they make videos. They made decisions based on the tools that they've got on the computer, and those tools aren't available on the ipad, and therefore for them to make video it, wouldn't it wouldn't meet their quality standards, or they it would take a huge amount of overhead to rethink their workflows. And they weren't going to do that. I think that is the challenge when we're thinking about the ipad is there's canidu- it. Okay. But what are you asking it to do? Are you asking it to match what you do on a computer? Or are you are you? Using it for what it is good at and what it can do and within that again within that. Because that's the funny thing here is people on both sides of this argument are pointing out a lot of the same things that are lacking I o s but from one perspective it's proof that this is a toy. And from the other perspective, it's frustration that this productive tool doesn't go far enough. So it's all it's all a matter perspective. Yeah. Yeah. You know, we might spend some time today talking about some places that we wanna see the ipad pro Goto. But I think I think whereas there is a strange, and I think sometimes fundamental issue with framing every single review around the fact that..
"canidu" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"And he was admiring my Forrest Gump shoes. I like these red white blue Nikes, and they're running on the same ones. At Forrest Gump ran into the movie a bottom of here and brought them to him this morning. I came in case some shoes and I won't stop doing Forrest Gump oppression. Oh, I've just been looking at them being like, I'll in our Rambo one side of the ocean. And when I got there, I just turned around and ran back. Is that ever not? Funny? Are forthcoming practice ever? Not funny. I love them. They're so many of them in the everyone quotes him and everyone knows them because they all sell the movie is that the most quote, a movie of our lifetime Forrest Gump. I think about everything Amy thing force comes the most quoted movie of our lifetime. Or how bobbly I mean, especially when you do it with his voice. I think a big part of it is one. The move is five hours has really long to it was a monster movie in three. It was kind of easy to the impression even if you can't do oppression, everyone canidu- forest, right? Because I can't own oppression when I got tired, I slept. When I got hungry, I ate. And when I had to go, I win. S. so good morning never to the forest Gump. Come on twenty four. Is that a thing? Yeah. I mean, people do that all the time. I'd love for scout, but is that a movie like for me, gone with the wind. It was before my time before Scott. Was that before your time? I don't think so. I'm not sure when it fell. I love it. The bucks a chocolate. Okay. That's pretty terrible. I know. I like that. Great. Awesome. I think the force comes the most quoted movie of our lifetime. They wanna throw one in the ring here woman. No l. the only Pretty Woman quotes I know put baby in a corner that's thirty. Right. Pretty Woman quell because. She's like, I'm a Hooker. Now, I know you, you never want your, she's shopping and she goes back into the store with all the shopping bags, and she goes big mistake. Huge. I have to go shopping now. So if anyone ever says big mistake, huge, they're referring to Pretty Woman. I. Or or. Oh, a goodness. I got a runner in my pantyhose. I'm not wearing any vani hose. I've heard that one too, but I think Forrest Gump still is. Anchorman there's a lot of it wasn't as big because it was a comedy enforce come. Everybody loved forcing on, I think force comes the grades movie of our lifetime for sure. Number one, yes, pound that and Shawshank Redemption. Oh, that's number two for me. Would you would you agree disagree with that? The other? The other two I was thinking of were step brothers or mingles the two that I hear a lot of quotes on stepbrothers again, I loved it, but I don't think most of America didn't penetrate most of America. I mean, girls, though solid there, people put down a lot. Anything. I think Forrest Gump just because the life is like a box of chocolates. I don't know a single mingles tweet or to quote whatever. I don't even know that movie is that Lindsay Lohan Lindsey, though, Hannah Polian dynamite quick ties God. God Golic just bad. Yeah. What's the other one does all his brother Kim talking about stop to do that. I don't remember. Maybe just the character ankle Rico. Probably maybe fascinated, local Rico, their husbands. Yes. Let's go, it's time for the good news. Sure. There's a men's club in Saginaw Michigan. They collect shoes every year for underprivileged kids this year. They had the breakfast at champions and they surprise three hundred kids with brand new.