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Fresh "Celeste" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh "Celeste" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Prices have gone up The state with the highest prices is California where drivers are paying an average of $5 81 cents per gallon and often more than that Jennifer Kuiper CBS News Gaylord Michigan is nowhere near tornado alley but try telling that to northern Michigan residents the small town was hit by a twister Friday and left at least one person dead and dozens injured Celeste field says it happened quickly As I was driving through town I can see all the debris slide and through my rear view mirror I could literally see the swirl And like the eye of the tornado is right behind us Much of the east coast is getting record breaking or near record breaking heat this weekend Here's the weather channel's Jackie jarisch My late Sunday The Rain begins to move in and then we'll see cooler temperatures as we kick off the work week next week Not so cold though that we're going to be talking about any freezing conditions like we are across parts of the west Winter storm warnings that affect for Denver and across the front range area The New York mansion of Colorado Rockies were snowed out in Denver where there is still a winter storm warning in effect Snow might end in time for them to play two Saturday afternoon with the temperatures in the 40s Russia claims to have control of the city of mariupol and CBS News military analyst Jeff mccausland says it's a strategic win if true Russian control of my poll will now allow Moscow.

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"celeste" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

04:41 min | Last month

"celeste" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"I'm wondering if I get a flight back to LA. Like can any of those things happen, right? And then I turned and I was looking at someone next to me and I remember we just looked at each other and I was super anxious at first and then I was like, oh, and then I just felt this calm acceptance and like it just sort of just my whole I felt it remember feeling it through my body like this warmth of the anxiety dissipate into connection and feeling like this is going to be okay. This is really going to be a safe place for me. That was day one. The next day I'm throwing people against the wall and showing them how I want to take them. Where it went to was crazy, but what I love is clothes on. So we're not getting naked. There's not orgies maybe after hours. I was too tired. I don't know what happened there. But it really wasn't about that. It's really learning how to communicate on every level about what you want with someone else's. So I learned just so much through that as well as working with the other students. I've made some of my closest friends there too. You know, it's really friendships for a lifetime because you're going through it together. You are going deep. And so what are some common issues that people come to you about? And then how do you work with them? Yeah, I think the top three are for women low desire for men erectile dysfunction and for couples, sexless marriage, low sex marriage, lossless spark, you know, that whole set of issues of how do we sometimes it's like we had great sex at the beginning. Now it's terrible or we never had great sex at all. How do we achieve that? And I think that's a big piece that we cover in the book around compatibility because I think people think compatibility is something you're just supposed to have. And it's like automatic. And so many couples feel so much shame and like their failure because they're not just falling into bed together and everything's going perfectly like we see in the movies, right? But that's not like that's why you have to have this step by step conversation where you figure out what do I want. And then you really have to teach, not just tell somebody what you want because if I say to you, be more romantic with me. It's like, what does that even look like? But if I say I want you to look in my eyes and I want you to take a deep breath with me and I want you to gently caress the side of my face and then when you kiss me like come in kind of slow and don't just stick your tongue in my mouth right away but like kiss me softly. I have a list of sentences. She dates men and sends a list to them of what she wants. But I had the best sentence to make maybe one of my best Friends is ever. It was like having my full hottest sexual movie in one sentence a student came up to me and he was talking to me at the end of the class and thanking me for all he had learned and he said you know Celeste, you're every woman. And I was like, ta-da. I'm in love with you now. Special. No, no, he's just a student. I can't date my students, but I was, you know, I can fall in love with them just from afar. You are. The way that you, so let's talk about that for a minute because I think it's such a good point I get hundreds of questions a day. They're like, I told my partner to initiate more and they never do. And I was like, well, you have to explain what does that look like with the initiate, how what's the best case scenario for that? So we just often, I think you're so right that we think sex should be effortless. We should never have to work at it. And when we do, there's a problem, and it's probably my fault. I think a lot of women are like, it's my fault. I guess men do it too, but I'm shameful, it's because I gained weight or it's because I'm not sexy or it's because I'm just a failure. And that's not the case at all, just that what you guys are bringing to light here Celeste Danielle is that it does take work. But it's the kind of work that we work on everything else in our life that we prioritize, being good parents, being good friends, being a good boss, but yet when it comes to sex, we still think it's like this thing in the ether that we can't quite control. And so all the work that you do is somatic is really like, no, it doesn't, it's not some magical thing. There's like a method to this. Yeah, and it's not just telling because we need to actually show each other. Not just say, so I told you my whole list, but then I'm going to show I'm going to do it to my partner. And then I'm going to have them do it back to me. So they really get the lightness of the touch. And what is the I contact look like? And I think that's a piece that's often left out. Even in the communication part, because it's like not just talk, but actually experientially show your partner what you want them to do for you. And what is an initiation look like that would work the best for you. And even if you do show it to your partner, even 5 times, or even 50 times, they might not get it right. Because what I see a lot in my office in a lot with students is that we kind of go around with our lens all the time and without filters. And we feel that what we like the other person must like to. So even if we're told something, we can only do it a little bit like in a way that's right for us. And it's not always going to fit the other person..

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"celeste" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

02:05 min | Last month

"celeste" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"There's a bunch of information there, including the opportunity to sign up for their fall, 2022 sex and relationship coach training. And you can also find a somatic coach near you. You can find them on Instagram at Celeste underscore and underscore Danielle and Twitter at ask somatic. All these links are in our show notes. In your words, and I'd love you to explain what is so matica. Yeah, so marika has an experiential method of sex and relationship coaching, where we go into mutual vulnerability with our clients. And so they get to practice in real time erotic and emotional connection. And we kind of break it down into step by step learnable pieces. I don't think there's a lot of places to go to learn like how do you share your feelings with someone on a deep level where the feelings are going in both directions or how do you share your erotic energy and actually bring arousal and seduction. So we teach that step by step. Let's talk about erotic energy then. So and so elusive, right? It does. What is erotic energy? But when we talk about erotic energy, we talk about the life force that if we let ourselves really tap into it and feel it, it's kind of like the source of energy that moves us in the world. But it's not only a mental idea. It's not only like a feeling or like connecting to the world through feelings. It's really letting yourself connect to the world through a pussy in your cock. And we don't often really know how to do that. Now, a lot of how we start with that is breath. I'd love to do a little quick breath exercise right now. And I want all the listeners to do this because I'm telling you, this is not some whoo E stuff. This is actually going to help you get grounded and centered and tap into what we're talking about about the erotic energy. And if you can't do it now, I get it, you're driving your making dinner. You're buying to go back and do this later. Okay, so should we do a few of them? Yes, you want to lead us? So take a breath. You can close your eyes, you don't have to. Let's start by taking a breath through your mouth all the way down to your chest. Inhale. And exhale..

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"celeste" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"celeste" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"<Speech_Female> Just what you <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> just said, you a, <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> what a different shift <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> it is <Speech_Female> to think about <Speech_Female> the <Speech_Female> opportunity to have these <Speech_Female> conversations <Speech_Female> versus like, I'm <Speech_Female> going to be on another date <Speech_Female> or view. And I <Speech_Female> am dreading <Speech_Female> asking all these questions. <Speech_Female> It's such a different <Speech_Female> way that you're <Speech_Male> showing up through <Speech_Female> that simple <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> change of perception. <Speech_Female> Exactly. <Speech_Female> Thank you so much <Speech_Female> Celeste for <Speech_Female> sharing all <Speech_Female> that you've learned <Speech_Female> throughout your career. <Speech_Female> And I also love <Speech_Female> that this conversation is <Speech_Female> actually quite different from <Speech_Female> your TED Talk. <Speech_Female> Ten ways <Speech_Female> to have a better <Speech_Female> conversation for <Speech_Female> all of our listeners <Speech_Female> definitely check out <Speech_Female> this TED Talk because <Speech_Female> they're you go <Speech_Female> through so many tips <Speech_Female> like how to <Speech_Female> ask open ended questions <Speech_Female> and start <Speech_Female> your answer <Speech_Female> with their <Speech_Female> last word that they said. <Speech_Female> They're just <Speech_Female> a lot of these <Speech_Female> tips that you can <Speech_Music_Female> learn from the TED Talk <Speech_Female> that you can learn <Speech_Female> outside of this conversation. <Speech_Female> And Celeste, <Speech_Female> where can people <Speech_Female> learn <SpeakerChange> more about you? <Speech_Female> Where should they go? So <Speech_Female> they can either go to my <Speech_Female> website, which is just Celeste <Speech_Female> Hadley dot com or <Speech_Female> follow me on <SpeakerChange> Twitter. That's <Speech_Female> the one social media. I <Speech_Female> actually use <Speech_Female> just <Speech_Male> Celeste headley. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> Yeah, that's the easiest. <Speech_Female> It definitely check <Speech_Female> out Celeste TED Talk. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> I <Speech_Female> loved every second of it. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> so did 26 million <Speech_Female> other people. <Speech_Female> All right, <Speech_Female> we're going to wrap up this <Speech_Female> episode. Thank you <Speech_Female> all for listening to <Speech_Female> this before listening <Speech_Female> for listening <Speech_Female> with intent. Thank you <Speech_Female> for that. And <Speech_Female> also thank you <Speech_Female> for all of you who've gone <Speech_Female> to our Apple <Speech_Female> podcast reviews <Speech_Female> and left us 5 <Speech_Female> stars and a little <Speech_Female> love note. We love <Speech_Female> that. If you haven't done <Speech_Female> that, we really appreciate <Speech_Female> it. If you do that, that <Speech_Female> is part of <Speech_Female> this ongoing <Speech_Female> conversation we love for you <Speech_Music_Female> to be part of. <Speech_Music_Female> And we're <Speech_Music_Female> going to wrap <SpeakerChange> this up now. <Speech_Music_Female> Thank you so much, <Speech_Music_Female> Celeste. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> The dateable <Speech_Female> podcast is part of <Speech_Female> the frolic podcast <Speech_Female> network. Find <Speech_Female> more podcasts you'll <Speech_Female> love at frolic <Speech_Female> media <Speech_Female> slash podcasts. <Speech_Female> Want <Speech_Female> to continue the conversation? <Speech_Female> First, follow <Speech_Female> us on Instagram, <Speech_Female> Facebook, and Twitter <Speech_Female> with the handle at <Speech_Female> dateable podcast. <Speech_Female> Tag us in <Speech_Female> any post with a hashtag <Speech_Female> stay dateable <Speech_Female> and trust us.

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"celeste" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:48 min | 2 months ago

"celeste" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"So they're going to put a snarky awful tone on every thing, right? Because they're reading it in their toe and not your home. Exactly. We've said this before on podcasts, too, and in our communities. If there is conflict in the relationship or even in early dates, texting is the worst place to handle. Worse. The worst place to handle it. Pick up the volcano to set up a person. Yeah, right? It's okay to set it up. It's okay to send them a text going clearly there's a lot to talk about here. Can we find a time to talk? That text totally kosher. But having that conversation over text, what? The, what are you thinking that if someone's not receptive, you don't need more closure? That's all the closure. Exactly. Exactly. Exactly. And if what you really need to do is write that long missive and then file it away in your journal. Great. All for it. Right. Or read it to your best friend and have your best friend Quinn. I know, yeah, he is a fucking asshole. Like if that's what you need, then yes. Right. So I think the texting and technology piece is so important for daters, but I do want to shift to the first date. Let's say we're on the first date. We hear all the time that our people in our community are listeners, are sick of the data view. The questions that are basically just like, where are you from? What do you do? The ones that you're supposed to ask on a first date. Celeste, you like that? Do you like that term? Date review? I think that's hilarious. That's hilarious. Great. So outside of listening because that's clearly a big one. You can obviously draw on that too. But what are some other ways that people can have a more impactful early convos to understanding they still don't know this person's super well..

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"celeste" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:31 min | 2 months ago

"celeste" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"That's what I got ghosted. When we beat ourselves. And I think it was too much too soon. So I think the flip side of not enough emotional connection is just too much of the other direction. And then both of them just prove that you're just not connecting on a personal level. It's either you're not being vulnerable at all or you're being too vulnerable regardless of whoever is in front of you. And neither of those feel customized to the person, this is why we have our guests on this episode, Celeste headley, who's a journalist. She's a renowned journalist. She is so great at talking to people, conversing with them, asking the right questions. And this is what she's basically known for now, is how to be a great conversationalist. I feel like I learned a lot from this episode. And we talk all the time. Yeah, we do. But there's a difference between talking and being a good conversationalist. And we dive into all of that. And it is a skill that we're never taught. We're expected to just magically connect with other people. And sometimes you do need to take a step back and think about it in a different way. And this episode does just that. I think there's different conversations that happen at the early stage of dating, but even as you progress a relationship. There's a lot of hard conversations that are kind of come up and this is all about how do you have conversations that matter. And in what medium we go into that too a lot, tech can facilitate and also hurt connections, so that's like an interesting facet of this convo too. And if you have just one takeaway from this entire interview, is that you've been lied to. We've been lied to, that having a good conversation or being a good conversationalist means you ask all the right questions and you ask a lot of questions. And I can't say this enough that some of us going to dates with a list of questions to ask someone and we feel like the more questions we ask the better that's not necessarily the case in Celeste is going to tell you what is the number one factor for being a good conversationalist and it's not asking a ton of questions. Now I was thinking to after doing this episode of just a lot of stuff that's going on in my life of just how the questions change. Throughout the different stages. Share this with the UA obviously, probably not everyone yet, but I am actually starting the egg freezing procedure. So that's going to be interesting. Hopefully, I'll get too crazy at the next week. I'll hopped up on hormones. We're here to say heroin hopped up on heroin and hormones. I'll hopped up on hormones. And I have to say it has been so it's been very interesting watching watching your entire journey up until this point, even though it hasn't even started. You can start it yet. Because there are so many variables right now. You're balancing so many fucking things. I can not say this enough when I say I admire you for where you're going through because this is a lot of decisions that you have to make. All at once. Yeah, well, I think the most fascinating part of it too is that it had my partner, I talk about things that we, if we were going by traditional timelines, you would meet, to have the DTR, be committed, move in together, then get married. Then discuss kids. But you are flipping that script and we definitely discuss this a lot at length. And it brought up a lot of things. And we actually had difficult conversations, but ultimately came out ahead from them..

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"celeste" Discussed on OneSix Eight FM - Business Analysis Podcasts

OneSix Eight FM - Business Analysis Podcasts

04:04 min | 5 months ago

"celeste" Discussed on OneSix Eight FM - Business Analysis Podcasts

"I love that. That point of as much as playing big is important, make time for the importance of you to continue the sustainability of being able to play big. I couldn't agree more. And I love you also your story around the 12 o'clock midnight emails always need a mirror to say nobody is awake right now. Exactly. Exactly. Exactly. And that changed picks up so quickly before we even know within the 2 o'clock 2 a.m. becomes the new IPM. And the 3 p.m. becomes the new 3 a.m. becomes the new 9 p.m.. So the lines become blurred, especially with most of us working from home right now. Protect your time and use price in your energy. And so those boundaries in place because you must switch off at some point and go do other stuff to have your base thinking. No, couldn't agree more. Celeste throughout our conversation, you've been piping words of encouragement, some insight, some advice on how to be to play big, but maybe let's ask what words of encouragement do you have for listeners to start playing big? I think that the starting point is about you having a conversation with yourself. Firstly, give yourself permission to live your best life, like sit with yourself somewhere whether it's a candle or you're playing a lick a jam and you dancing or whatever you're doing. But look yourself in the mirror and go, I'm going to live my life for me. And that doesn't mean like if you are a mother, you no longer are going to be giving to your children. No, no, no, no, no. You will still take on the kidney persona, but commit to you becoming your biggest fan, and then take a pain and paper and start to write down what you want to achieve. Like what and what makes you happy and if you don't know what makes you happier, then the first step on your journey of playing big is go and explore babes, be curious, go and do make jewelry go bake cake, flipping paint, I don't know, go walk in the forest do whatever you want, but explore a few different creative outlets to see what it is that brings you joy..

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"celeste" Discussed on Astrology Bytes with Theresa Reed

Astrology Bytes with Theresa Reed

02:35 min | 8 months ago

"celeste" Discussed on Astrology Bytes with Theresa Reed

"So follow me <Speech_Music_Male> at astrology by <Speech_Music_Male> Celeste on Instagram <Speech_Male> Live <Speech_Male> as well as <Speech_Male> on <Speech_Male> YouTube, I <Speech_Male> teach courses. I <Speech_Male> do all sorts of <Speech_Male> things. I have a lot of free <Speech_Male> events. <Speech_Male> And I provide <Speech_Male> readings and I <Speech_Male> do events. So <Speech_Male> for <Speech_Male> your all <Speech_Male> of your listeners that <Speech_Male> they want to set up <Speech_Male> a reading to <Speech_Male> understand where they are <Speech_Male> and their evolutionary <Speech_Music_Male> journey with the <Speech_Music_Male> progress moon by <Speech_Music_Male> sign house <Speech_Male> and phase, <Speech_Female> they can use tarot <Speech_Male> lady 15 <Speech_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> for a 15% <Silence> <SpeakerChange> off discount. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> That is <Speech_Female> so sweet. Thank you <Speech_Female> so, so <Speech_Female> much. I know my listeners <Speech_Female> will <Speech_Female> appreciate that. <Speech_Male> So are you going <Speech_Female> to be running a book on <Speech_Male> progressed moons? I think <Speech_Female> obviously you need to be. <Speech_Female> Look, I'm going to try <Speech_Female> nudging you <SpeakerChange> right now. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> My book is <Speech_Male> evolving. <Speech_Male> Yes. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> It's like <Speech_Male> they're pieces <Speech_Male> of all sorts <Speech_Male> of things out there, <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> but yeah, <Speech_Male> yeah. <Speech_Male> It's <Speech_Male> on my list. <Speech_Male> People <Speech_Male> keep telling everybody <Speech_Male> who reads my charts, <Speech_Music_Male> tells me <SpeakerChange> a better write <Speech_Music_Male> a book, so. <Speech_Male> I <Speech_Male> will be done. I <Speech_Male> will be done. You set <Speech_Female> that attention. Now <Speech_Female> you know what's going to happen. <Speech_Female> I remember <Speech_Female> setting attention many <Speech_Female> years ago about writing a <Speech_Female> book and that all of a sudden everything <Speech_Female> came together. <Speech_Female> So I know it's <Speech_Female> going to happen for you. You've <Speech_Female> got a lot to say. <Speech_Female> I love <Speech_Female> watching what I can <Speech_Female> catch you on Instagram. <Speech_Female> I love <Speech_Female> that. And I also <Speech_Female> love reading <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> your <Speech_Female> I mean, your political <Speech_Female> stuff on <Speech_Female> astrology, <Speech_Female> your profiles on <Speech_Female> people. I <Speech_Female> catch those on Instagram, <Speech_Female> and I'm always telling <Speech_Female> people, <Speech_Female> go look at <Speech_Female> what Celeste <Speech_Female> said <Speech_Female> about Gavin Newsom, <Speech_Female> go look at what you said <Speech_Female> about this <Speech_Female> about the <Speech_Female> towers collapsing. <Speech_Female> And people <Speech_Female> always say that <Speech_Female> your insights are <Speech_Female> so remarkable. <Speech_Female> So I love <Speech_Female> that you do stuff like <Speech_Female> that. And I appreciate <Speech_Female> it so much. I learned <Speech_Female> from you. <Speech_Female> And anybody who's going <Speech_Female> to be in your world <Speech_Female> will learn <Speech_Female> from you as well. <Speech_Female> So Celeste <Speech_Female> keep up the good work <Speech_Female> you are amazing. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> Well, thank you <Speech_Female> so much Theresa. <Speech_Male> It is totally a <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> mutual admiration <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> society <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> because I <SpeakerChange> love your <Silence> work Thank you so much. <Speech_Female> All right, people <Speech_Female> will you know what to do? <Speech_Female> You're going to <Speech_Female> get in to <Speech_Male> Celeste world. <Speech_Male> You're going to get a <Speech_Female> reading. 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Celeste <Speech_Female> again, thank you so much for <Silence> <Advertisement> being with me here <Silence> <Advertisement> today. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> My pleasure. <Speech_Music_Female> All right, <Speech_Female> people, that's all for today's <Speech_Female> episode. <Speech_Female> And don't forget if you're <Speech_Female> enjoying the show, <Speech_Female> do me a solid, <Speech_Female> get it over <Speech_Female> to iTunes to leave a kind <Speech_Female> review <Speech_Female> because that's the best way to <Speech_Male> help new listeners <Speech_Male> discover the show and <Speech_Female> of course, <Speech_Female> I appreciate it <Speech_Female> so much.

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"celeste" Discussed on By The Book

By The Book

04:09 min | 8 months ago

"celeste" Discussed on By The Book

"Manufacturers automakers are are are promising to have all electric lines of cars right and so i mean there's plenty of reasons to Giggle about al gore. He's imminently mock couple. But i gotta say that. His work in climate change All those years ago was super influential to me And that document documentary. He made was very effective. I don't know celebrity. He's hosted saturday night. Live before right. He's a character on south park. I was gonna say hurrying mock slash like now revered character on south. Interestingly enough the only time south park is ever admitted this wrong yup right. They did a whole like story. Line where he came back into like a told-you-so yep yeah he's had an impact on like culture at large. Yeah so yeah. That's probably one of the first ones and best ones i can think of. Well you heard it here folks. Celeste headley the life has been changed by al gore. Holiday lives really only celebrity. That's touched her heart state joking. I mean viola. Davis is a thing that exists She's changed just like she's like she gets right in their last. Thank you so much for being on our show. It has been a true delight. Can you tell our listeners. How they can find more of you from you about you. The easiest thing is my website which is just the list dot com the only social media. I'm super active on his twitter So that's also just. Celeste had laid the easiest ever. It's a good twitter account to a really good. I'll be there good mix good makes things and reminder seles new book comes out in november so definitely check that out full title again speaking of race what. Everybody needs to talk about racism and how to do it. Excellent while celeste. Thank you so much again. We've.

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"celeste" Discussed on By The Book

By The Book

07:51 min | 8 months ago

"celeste" Discussed on By The Book

"The penn state world campus is penn. State's online campus where you can earn your college degree on your own time. Right from the comfort of your own home. Get the full penn state experience online to fit your busy lifestyle. Lynn how penn state world campus can help you reach your educational goals by visiting world. Campus dot p. s. q. dot edu to learn more. That's world campus. Stop psu dot edu. Hey by the book listeners. Kristen here did you know that you can receive a weekly by the book. Affirmation minnie's owed plus the rules of every book that we've lived by hits easy all you have to do is become a member of our patriot community to learn more go to patriots dot com slash. Listen to buy the book again. That's patriot dot com slash. Listened to buy the book or just look at the episode description from today show. the following. Podcast contains barnyard language and some adult content. So maybe listen on headphones if you're work or around small children now here's a show. Hey kristen yes jolanta. We've gotten a lot of interesting feedback on the last season of living by celebrity self-help books. Oh yes we sure. Have and one bit of feedback. That's been sort of stuck in my head that i can't stop thinking about is. This question should celebrities. Actually be speaking about social issues Yes the age old question should entertainers just entertain or should they talk about bigger issues. Like a lot of our author stood exactly well fortunately jolanta. We know someone who's done a lot of research in this area and she has some illuminating opinions. Well then let's talk door. We're about to. Because i'm kristen miser. And i'm linda greenberg. And i'm celeste. Headley author of me need the talk and this is by the book. That's right it's time for another by the both bonus episode are between seasons. Treat for your ears. Every other week we put out a new bonus episode. and today we're diving into some deep questions about celebrities and social issues with celeste. headley and celeste. Hedley is a friend of the show. We'd like to say but also she is the author of we need to talk do nothing and the forthcoming book. Which i'm very excited to check out speaking of race which comes out in november of twenty twenty one so keep an eye out for that. She's also basically a legendary. Npr broadcaster who's reported on loads of hard news and of course interviewed tons of celebrities. She's pretty much our dream guest for this conversation. Welcome back celeste. We are so so excited to have you any excuse to talk to you later. It's on my gosh. no celeste. When celebrities speak out on social issues whether in the press or in their own self help books critics often say they should stay in their own wayne specifically if they're athletes. They should stick to writing about sports or if they're actors should stick to talking about acting. What are your thoughts on this. So let's make sure that we're clear on our terms. I at what point is someone considered to be such a big celebrity that they're not allowed to talk about things that concern them right like at. What point does the guy your neighbor who jogs every day And talks to you about political issues all the time. What point does his jogging make him an athlete and which point he is not allowed to talk about it right. This is one of the things that always confuses me when people say celebrities couldn't speak 'cause i'm like which celebrities are you talking about. What point is your fame and your notoriety. So big that. We're supposed to be taking away your freedom of speech Really interesting question. I don't know what that line is. I i don't know. I mean is there. Is there a number of followers. Roy do you have to like hop online really quick to check out their social media presence. Do you have to like. I don't know if it would be useful to know. I mean not that. I think i've ever endangered becoming that famous. But at what point have so many followers that i'm considered to be you know an influence and then i have to stop talking about politics like it'd be it'd be useful right. It'd be it'd be. Well i got to say you have way more followers than i do like at least ten times more and even on this show on by the book it did come up at a certain point where people didn't want me to talk about racism on the show and they wrote about it this last season. They wrote in to criticize me saying you know. Essentially i listened to your show to be entertained not to hear about social issues so it can happen even with people who are small fries like me. I am not a big deal and it has happened to me in the last season of the show. I think you are a very big deal. But that is. She's a star on the rise. I so i mean. I'm being a little bit snarky about this. But let's break this down into what we're actually about here The one of the things that social media has done it. It's allowed it. It was posted democratize discussion of politics and religion. Social issues right off. The the whole purpose of something like twitter or facebook was to make it so that it wasn't just the elites who gave their opinions on issues. That's not quite that ideal situation that occurred but that was always the intent and to an certain extent that as has actually happened. We do see all kinds of people from all kinds of places in the world speaking up about social issues when you look at the the arab spring for example that was an uprising and a movement. That was fed almost entirely by social media. Case in which you can see social media doing what people hoped it would do. But you know i. It really does make me question. Why someone who thinks. It's great for the average person to speak up on twitter about all kinds of issues. Suddenly say to someone else. But not you right. I mean a again. I'm kind of being sarcastic about. But i'm also kind of being really asking. What are these criteria that someone has to meet to where you say. You're just there to be my entertainment. You're not allowed to speak about the very issues that are of concern to you and your family. Yeah like both snarky and exactly what is happening. So i mean. I understand the impulse. I get it that when you hear. Somebody like jenny mccarthy giving spreading anti vaccine information right. I am sure that at some point. Some celebrity said some anti vaccine and i probably went straight to twitter. Instead don't listen to this person. They're not a doctor. And.

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Pacifique X and Finding Eimable

Diaspora Blues

02:22 min | 10 months ago

Pacifique X and Finding Eimable

"Welcome to for a blues hominy. Hey thanks for having me before i start. I just want to acknowledge that. I appreciate you taking the time now to share your story with us I know it can't be easy. So i do appreciate that thank you. How would you describe your brother to people who don't know him So in mobley is a very loving person. His name actually named lovable in spanish. And i say he's very like kerry radius and this is not just me trying to boost team up or try to make him sam in something special genuinely is and Yeah describing as very grounded earthy old His fagin as well. So he's very live about his health Get attacking describe my brother play and it just very loving and easy to get along with. Is he the oldest family. Yes i'm up. Live is the oldest. He's twenty four years old right okay. So he's your big brother If you're up to its harmony can you share when and where he went missing and obviously what you choose to disclose is up to you So last time you saw him was all the six Of the twenty third seattle five weeks ago from now So we lost the last time. You seen on In where i be at gordon keith. reserve and unless last time we saw and he was wearing a camera jacket within over day hoodie and he had congress. Bag was black pants and black high top sneakers and his hair was loose in a penny chow effort and Year that's celeste tom sawyer and what he was wearing

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The Haunting of Pfister Hotel

Haunted Places

01:41 min | 11 months ago

The Haunting of Pfister Hotel

"Celeste sped up trying to outpace her mother as they walked through the opulent lobby of the pfister hotel. The night had been going fine until she mentioned. Celeste boyfriend daniel. Her mom launched into a tirade that he was going nowhere and not good enough for her. Now all celeste wanted was to pack and catch the first plane out of milwaukee as she approached the grand staircase for mom called out to her. Celeste spun around and put her hands on her hips. She told her mother that she didn't want to hear it. Celeste was tired of her expectations if her mom at screwed up her own life. That was her problem. It didn't give her the right to control everyone else. So less words rang through the empty lobby but her mom didn't respond. Celeste realize that her mother's face had gone white and she was trembling. Celeste harp plummeted. She'd gone too far. She'd been angry but she hadn't meant to hurt her mother like that. Celeste started to apologize but her mom cut her off racing shaking finger to point toward the stairs. Celeste turned and saw women's standing behind her. She wore an old fashioned dress with the bodice of blue lace for wide skirt in long black hair billowed out around here as though blown by an unseen wind. Her eyes were wide with and your arms flailed wildly as though she'd lost her balance but it wasn't the woman's appearance that made celeste blood. Run cold it was the fact that she fluted three feet off the ground.

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"celeste" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

02:08 min | 11 months ago

"celeste" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"We spent seventy dollars on one bag of this and we are ready. There's like hoyle goes not just the pollen fully fully be full bees. Just kidding no yes. Of course we love the beast here so less as we were just discussing off mike. This is a long time coming. You've been trying. We're trying to get you on the show for a year or two a year and a half and a final. It's been honestly. I'm honored that you even put up with bullshit long enough to keep trying to come on. Because i kept like a and then it would get buried. Y'all i don't have an assistant. It's struggle worse. Small woman owned business. We're both independent entrepreneurs. And it's rough other hustling so thank you for being here of course in the first time that you at that event two and a half years ago when i have my little puppy. I was so enamored with you. I knew i would eventually make my way onto this on the honestly same because that dog has the best energy and energy of dogs. They come from the owner. So you know what's so. Wild is right after that event is when my marriage fell apart and look at me now married again nicer around we turn shit around so i love the addition of jewish. Now and yes. It's beautiful i earned as you do. Earned it. yeah. I'm gonna put it on there. Of course well celeste. You know the first question i ask. Everyone on ashmead is what type of skin do you have. And i'm honestly very curious about your answer. I have very sensitive acne Now i would never guess that by how great it looks. I'm not girl if the ingredient is gonna irritate break them out like that's me to a t. I have to be so careful. And that's my mission. That's what i do. That's what i share so that that me. Well that's exciting. Because i know there are so many honeys out there who are frustrated. What is happening with my skin. Why can't i get it under control. What is the ingredient this bother me. You are going to help.

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"celeste" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast

Behind The Wheel Podcast

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"celeste" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast

"So. I'm a promo pledges. So this is alex alaska Record this in your home this is this is in the home like this is crazy and i am. That's not a word that reminds me of yours. If you can't do it back up on you know move from behind the board. I'll take care of it. You learn the tracks and so like in the booth for running front moved to the computer and it's his band. This is so exciting. Ben this is so. It's like i didn't hear that. Oh my gods last this. If you haven't downloaded that track going get it. All i to fund alex celeste. Here live thank you so much all man and you've got to see the art. Come on come on focused on support. This artist out of wichita kansas. Alex alas thank you so very much. We certainly appreciate you. Man continued success in your journey. Thank you appreciate being elsa..

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"celeste" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast

Behind The Wheel Podcast

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"celeste" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast

"To style. See what i can do with it and everything. I started playing with just like some of the samples behind the dunes will quicken stuff and wait. Do something to this. I do this. And then i started putting the lyrics to it and come up with more ideas more. Ibm being that. I can actually try to go somewhere with this. Because it's not like is not like i'm just doing this necessarily for the fun of it if my passion like a really deep passion behind it and i have a message specifically that i want to put out in so even though i love to dance i left everything. It's still something that is very serious. Lyrically and Yeah so but something. Where where's where's. Where's where's where's the verdict was. Larry what is it that the song that you wrote. Yes so finally is a song that you worked on his. Yeah well fund is the latest one that i start that way. It'll be something that's in. My head is kinda wish oh no dominant. Donald got me heated baton. It'd be behind it and everything and you know something comes out very very first. Song actually froze him from that time. Specifically we're called. Excuse me once is that out is that i'll either now. No it is not always literally one of my very first proper. We'll see blighted. That's that's the one that's like that's got you started. That's that's going to be like when you when you're out there. They're going to say. Do you remember the first one. Were you there. When after she came back from oakland she was pissed. And she wrote remember. You'll ask you ain't got that right. You know her back then when she made that song. Yeah yeah. I know her thing. If i when i do miami will redound butler justice. But yes so you do all of your own your tracks you produce the attracts you have a apple studios produce it That is incredible As at the winter. I tunes download it. Michael i seen you on incentives Sheets this is different. This is nice. I'm excited about it. You know and now you tell. I'm even more excited now. 'cause you usually i don't i don't know many female artists who asked me make their own beats so that that is like not got to go back and listen to it again like oh man so she did this like i gotta be. Somebody helped me. No who do this could do. N't there was actually that i had like a the weeklong canton conto in atlanta girl took place at tree. Sound studios was amazing. Honestly there were all these. It didn't matter if you artists seasonable alias agent you had frozen you can edit it out. You said they will all these. They're all of these on. These women were in any any area Aging artists that have been a producer. Honestly it was. It was really inspiring. Just a brownstone. Many other women word his every single field were so talented. Who were so driven. Who you know. I learned so much from island. Rob royalties about thinking about thinking licensing just production in general how to use pro tools. Wednesday thirty is everything was honestly inspiring for me. Okay nowy already know how to put some things together but just now that you have a support network out there really important because one of the one of the owners of the studios talking song. Listen shia silly. It seems like guys the icy come to the studio all the time. They know they know what they're doing. They know where they're going. They do all the calculations that they need to and a lot of expansive they have all the high day's coming in weapon in one person working one person on the long medium offside when i see the young ways committee. Fancy her in her mom and her mom is the artist is the agent is the Is the manager is just everything you know as much as your mom chandu for. You can do a lot for you. Shelter the world man. Say yes yes. Malls loans are on by as much for you. You really do need a team. Many hands to be able to reach out and really just focus in on their specific tasks to really get where you need these to this music. It's earlier teen expertise. The talent that they that's able in h eats now. So you building your team in in the process of trying to make sure i get my feet wet. I i really like understanding of why i knew i do that. I can start bringing other people in the areas that i would need them to help me improve on and so it is. It is a home. You're absolutely right is a work in progress and success. I g- leaves clues and you know it was thinking about some things that people do whether it's like i did not. I just watched entrepreneur the video. I heard i heard the record like okay. I'm jay z fan. Relevant is he listened to mike. Okay this is nice but it wasn't like oh man any any played again before it again. Just some things you okay and when i watched video then it went from just being k. To wow you know. This is mind-boggling garrett. Then i watched it again. I don't when i tell you. I was sitting in my car right. And these are the results of the of the uk and it's not a plunk. Don't that's the only thing that i think. He lied on that day. And i'm sitting in. And i'm and i'm writing the notes of the individuals who were on the video like any walking away and you're saying okay so they only had two stars in the video. You know tyler create tyler. The creator and israeli everyone else were just ordinary people you know in their communities just doing a thing and so that that i found that fascinating fascinating to me and i want and i looked up like isa array.

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"celeste" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast

Behind The Wheel Podcast

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"celeste" Discussed on Behind The Wheel Podcast

"I did a thirty day. Grind social media experiment and i wore that shirt for thirty days so i washed it. Obviously i wash it. Put the fear and the texture the print ink everything held up. So i'm very impressive. Joe for real from real. But i'll tell you that the egg on the shirt held up. The color of the shirt held up. I was so impressed. I contacted the manufacturer that makes the shirts contact creative print shops a yeoman. I'm very impressed. Assurance unhappy. pleased and so yes they. They are a proud sponsor of the behind the wheel on building. This art cast. Let's started in two thousand eleven years ago. As a custom design company that drew custom designs on payroll with fabric paints for the is been in the printing and design industry for twenty years over twenty years. 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Info at the creative printshop dot com. That's creative with a k. The creative print shop dot com get started. Good morning and welcome back that persona behind the wheel. I'm your host baby iraqi rocky livingstone special. She's always from wichita. Kansas schools by the name or stage name. is alex solicits given up. Thank you hungry appreciate absolutely. I came across your content on on iden- like you. I i'm going to reach out to her and see if i can get on your show at talk to her people people people and then we made it happen so those who may not be familiar with you. Won't you tell the audience a little bit about yourself. You got started in this entertainment industry. And so i just started on getting into music with lots gear. I'd always been into writing poetry and on very interested in a lot of the spoken-word different youtube shows on everything in on. So i've been kind of into done or a little bit. But it a little. Bit older asserting Theater knots Artistic side came out of me and it wasn't until last year. There was a specific moment. When i was living in berkeley area of you was trying to figure out on how however would fit in there and everything like where my platelets is. Because i want to do something as far as off the disney on stuff. Like that in. I was already going through the rest time disliking my own personal life. I don out to a open mic night in oakland and it was everything you needed to take out everything with a whole two hours i was there was just like super. Heard meditated healing felted. Just like birds. Didn't you share design. Did you share that. Night is shooting out the place i'll take and that it was. It was really nice until it was one on a two. Is you know they had. They had adult dogs everything. Okay let's do. They have to say all this just really misogynistic hate him out here in. You know a lot of the radio type of music. is just. It's words that kind of a lotta negatively on own mindset evening off after having been built bills like i can't even stick around. I just kind of in the entire experience and so the only one that that like the whole place is like empty out. Avedis guys performed on the guy's friend of course but Their flow on everything. But for me personally. I was just sitting there like i don't understand like how i can sit here and enjoy this being a woman nine. How they're talking about women in it might not be something that they specifically believed which is partly which i can probably save for most rappers that you hear whether they're commercial underground now but that culture that's constantly hitting new constantly hitting you this become normalized in a lot of fuss become desensitized from it and so i went back home and sitting now finally gathering my phones and everything you know again just like breathing. Hummus lockdowns because I i just felt like a curve as myself okay. 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Poly Styrene Documentary

Bigmouth

09:49 min | 1 year ago

Poly Styrene Documentary

"Today. Polystyrene i m cliche is directed by both her daughter. Celeste bell and documentary maker pulsing charting the rise of marian elliott as she was born. She saw yellow pages ad became polystyrene and formed punk band x ray specs as we know in this foam. Celeste goes through her mother's archive and visits. The places of hutch halted. So let's listen to the trader to get a feel for it. Some people think little go should have. But i think my mother was punk rock icon. People have asked me if she was a good mom. It's hard to know what to say your rebel. Today's society paulie had our own ideas. Student full fully trends. She was a woman of color in. Dc full of white middle class. men was singing. polly was singing about. I fell in love with her. I fell in. The news actually started singing. Because right we will dive right in nora snaps point. He was a big personality but as we see her life was extremely complicated on. This is as much. Her daughter's journey as police starring life story. Was that a good way in. I think definitely I think by this point. We also board like punk defecation. This point know the way. The bbc fool punk document generation. That watches him in the in the same way. That like my dad and grandad generation. What war documentaries old thing again and again and I think it's focus the that it's kind of deified in such a like i wasn't like incredible and radical umbro which it was in some ways but also rian just reinforced the status quo in other ways. Like the thing. I think is really great why i feel like the rohbock of this narrative restarted with like the vowel between book which From a couple of years ago when she you know really gets to the kind of watson order of it in a way that is much more punk than saying like. Oh we great you know like sex pistols type branding and i thought that this documentary was like a really peaceful continuation overseas. Not done by polystyrene by her daughter. And i think it's testament polystyrene like complexity and also to her sensitivity. But then i'll say for her callousness towards adulterer as well. I think it makes were much more well rounded portray of somebody and also no. It doesn't just a pain releasing on her. You know she has her own issues but it looks at how they're exacerbated by the society around like a mixed race woman in london at that time in the punk scene. There's a bit wet don. Let says that she goes and shaves her head while she's a party jordan lydon's house and when winter comes back down they just love her releasing. That seem horrendous. In retrospect i'm sure we're just kind of par for the course in in the seventy s and the other thing i was gonna say i think is important is she wasn't postponed. She was punk like she's really part of the the formative dna not very easily gets forgotten. Like when i was a teenager Bought three for twelve pounds. Buzzcocks clash kind of burundi's wound go from and see a whatever it was but it took a lot longer. It's come across x ray specs and to hear them kind of debt day fight in the way that they deserve She had a rough up. Brixton upbringing. shoes booted at school. Punk rock was a place for outsiders is the cliche but actually you see that. It's inevitable that she is going to get drawn to something that's so creative but also that she can break whatever more that she feels that she has been put into yet absolutely I think one thing that's really striking by the way that she Shared her images. While is the like. Obviously i don't want a undress will. The sex pistols did two like bridge society but fundamentally that kind of just like a boy band put together by iron. Witten really edgy branding. And that whole thing is is about dog individualism. When really it was really nothing the saw. And i think that you know. Even the police die polystyrene style for rewards more individual. She recognized herself as a cliche. And she played with the idea of like branding and identity in a way that i find much more interesting than just like sticking a safety pin on it And i think we have to use it. Today were authenticity. It comes from a very real place whether the sex pistols Taped on summertimes travis. The problems with poly seem to stem from x ray specs residency. Cbgb's in new york when they went over us punks hauled coal. There were a lot more into drugs. And i think that london it seems to say. Was this the breaking point for the band. Is this the kind of crux in the film. I think so. I mean i mean. That's the argument fuel. Makes the About what happened to the u k Members of the dolls came over an introduced heroin to the to the uk seen quite quite a heavy way otten Concur with everything that lord said about film. I think The framing the fact that it has selected celeste stories. Her as she's dealing with navas legacy in some respects her mother had had semi other people's expectations about what she should be being Star as in and being mixed race being hauled somali in britain and she's just so in the clips that they use the archive clips which from most of them from a a great arena documentary from nineteen seventy-nine he was she's just so alive him sparking intelligence on which me a very funny and in most What she's doing. I think you know how easy it is to get coal topping to the move Nexus these achieved up by the film. I descend Points about the breakdown. the failure in a way to work out. How will she is. She's diagnosed with schizophrenia. Kind of putting for bit. has serious by disorder Move into harry christmas On also in places you alluded to neglect which she treats celeste points during the spirit journey and was pursuing a common all and happened. How different thoughts regarding way with the male and female office Think about lockdown about. How much care women having to take on board and also agree with. I think that when another book that i would put in the frame is what is alvin. Is is kathy. Adams was drafted memoir of juden in other key. Figure the kind prison to look look upon pumpkin kind of liberating. It wasn't how you think about kind of male violence. Where is actually to the nearly point it was it was quite at transgressive sexually A lot of the gay pubs and clubs were up with the next to solve it. I'm so i can imagine that. The film doesn't does kind of raise interesting questions. As well as celeste father is interviewed in it on one of us and absent biggest because he died. regional manager. And pau falcons stewart. Now again. Severi seventeen seventy six. He was quite a bit older than when they get and how much care and they seem to hide it to a certain extent as well a friends didn't really know whether they were going out with each other or not. We just didn't look particularly cool Strangely enough this film from that era with hangs connor in it could breaking gloss than nyein and strangely seems to be almost so the police story in way which becomes this incredible figure And has sta machiavellian manage aaron and has this breakdown and so on so until daniels place. This full manager boyfriend Is i think it's really five documentary. Actually i think you mentioned he was a guest. Shot means the fact that one of zoe's earlier books whose how's your dad's some which is a an account to of stars children's. She's absolutely perfect for collaborator. On this end coming book as other as good as andrew. Did you like this a did. I really liked it because as as long as it's very fresh indifference it's a dream like quality. This is very much not your friday night documentary. Which begins with the stock footage of the miners. Strike rubbish piling in the winter of discontent. Yeah i've always about acronyms because hatches and didn't stop not your kind of off the pex tickets sold. It's it is a personal journey. It's quite slow and quite like i say quite dreamlike and which i found very refreshing change from the usual stakeouts poke documentary. I remember when i was a kid. I thought i thought police really disturbing because i lived in a very white suburban middle of nowhere type place and you just seems so odd and the fact that she but were shut brace on top of the pops and i now say that that is really good thing that it should be disturbed a little. You not white kids in places where i lived in in middle. middle class. spices. To encounter is person who didn't look like a boss didn't like pasta but was absolutely transfixed thing

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Teachers union resists parents’ push to reopen Los Angeles schools

Retirement & Income Radio

03:36 min | 1 year ago

Teachers union resists parents’ push to reopen Los Angeles schools

"He's the president of California Policy Center, Celeste feeler. Parent union, overseeing this billboard calling for the zoom blackout. What is the biggest complaint or reason that the unions and teachers are giving Not to go back to the classroom, especially in light of the fact that we can get vaccines to every teacher in the L. A school district if we wanted, probably within a week. Is Sean. I want to point out that the vaccine when it was, you know, six months ago, before the vaccine looked like it would even be finished this year, when the only person really saying that it could happen was Donald Trump. The teachers union wasn't talking about vaccines. They were talking about a panoply of Bernie Sanders kinds of issues that would that would have to be satisfied before they go back to school. They weren't talking about vaccine. We're talking about the funding the police, they were talking about direct welfare payments to the undocumented, well packed the millionaire attacks universal basic income. Universal health care is a Bernie Sanders agenda, they said would be necessary before they would go back. What does that have to do with reading, writing, math and learning? What does any of that have to do with school? It's nothing purposes for the union is a distraction as the lessons that it really has nothing to do with it, But it's a distraction from the failure of the union to the liver education. In the best of times, the union has failed to deliver education deported in California. If you're rich, you can opt out and go to a private school. If you're middle class or schools are probably at least moderately. OK, if you're poor in California, you're getting the government cheese of education. It is Among the worst education systems in the country. Thank God for Mississippi. So what a lot of people don't understand. Is that the U. S. That is that is such a cheap shot against Mississippi. You live in the United Socialist State of California. Seriously where you know, people in California. Now, instead of saying, Hey, dude are saying Hey, comrade, go ahead. Not intended to the cheap shot who are friends of Mississippi just intended to say that the only thing keeping us from being number 51 in the country is the state of Mississippi. So when we do live in a socialist state, where the union's earn about a billion dollars per year, Shawn one billion with a B in union dues, and they spend that electing people I'm getting all this school boards, but we got the vaccine. Celeste. I'll let you answer that you have the vaccine. So what is there? Why the mysterious reluctance and resistance, Although Fauci said this week and blew me away, I'm not sure if even vaccinated grand parents can see their kids. I'm like what? Yes, but Maxine, then So, all right, so out, 30, you know, I way don't get it either. Um, you know, so, yes, You're right. The vaccine is there. They're actually pushed before other essential workers that have been working the entire time. So they're delaying this. It's like Is it about computers? That political? Uh you know, we just don't know. I mean, they have the opportunity to get their vaccine. We pushed them to the front of the line. Well, exactly, So they're the front of the line. They think I'm asking so they don't give a good reason for not wanting to go back in the classroom. There is no good reason is that we're concluding here. Right. There is no reason that our kids should not be in the classroom. I tend to agree with both of you. All right now, if the parents want to participate, I guess this just means that they just don't tune into the zoom classes

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What Men Think About Valentine's Day

the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

04:46 min | 1 year ago

What Men Think About Valentine's Day

"Like to talk to you fan page while you're there or if your viewing on youtube and click the subscribe button please and thank you For my podcast junkies who listen via audio. Our definitely love review from you. So feedback can be done almost of your podcasting apps or you can just email me at talk to cuba now edgy. Mail dot com are right after those of you who are just listening than you're going to miss the beautiful faces that are presented before ryan man. Look i got lose street my glasses. Y'all have to rely y'all got to do. I should've worn atop. Man i feel. I feel under dressed. Oh man you know what. I'll always overdress when i need to be unaddressed. So bank lie is all good. But i saw valentine's day means something completely different to me end than it does to women So i just need you to give women to scoop on what they can do to do. A better job of making us happy on valentine's day you know we desire to be happy to but let's start here i i. You know mea tend to look in valentine's day as a second birthday for women. I mean we know that we're supposed to use the day to focus on intimacy closeness but a lot of us also think is also an obligation to make look good in front of her friends and co. i mean. I mean you know you better make a woman look good in front of valentine's day or you gonna have probably when you get home so a european gator is valentine's day a holiday for women. You feel like it's their queen for a day type of holiday. You know what it in my experience a lot of it that way. You know what i mean. A big midfield almost more like a pocket draining scenario like the men. Don't even see the use in doing it. Like to be completely honest. I'm one of those people who's sapping like every day is valentine's day now that's partially Make shroud by extravagant gift on that particular day. You know because you are competition with all the other women s office ladies you gotta admit if you see your co worker with a big beautiful basket sitting on her this a you got this one single rolls with a call you know happy for you feels some type of way unfortunately ladies that is kind of how men feel about it. We're not the type to you know. Always express those emotions so the data we do have those motions. We feel so much pressure because women are like literally competition with other people and their competition that does mitt and it could be a little bit right and all that so. I think that's what men have tendency to come back away. Valentine's day a little bit like us me do the bare minimum in go but unfortunately we will always do it during the bare minimum. Not a good thing at all and you know when i was growing up. I always looked at valentine's day as something for the ladies. I never really thought it was a guys thing at all. Once i got older admit women who reciprocated gifts and everything and that was kinda cool. It took me maturing am running across mature women who actually appreciated it. You know saw me and you kind of go through the same things. Yeah definitely as now. When i mentioned that they just mentioned i should preface it by saying. We're talking about this getaway exit right. So there's a lot of really mature women who see it as a holiday for love and not just competition. There are lots of women who do things that especially for their man out had women in the past really special things for me on valentine's day. As i got old now. This is one of thirty five up club right because before that you know. It's a completely different monster. But i'm here women. Do some special things extravagant things actually and of course. That was the right back. Because i felt like. It's not a competition with other women job. It's a competition between us trying to outdo each valentine's day shit right. Now give me a split let you go. And celeste talk about expectations. Your level of expectation made a plan on how long you've been in a relationship with someone so let's say you've been in a relationship with someone for about three to six months. What do you think is the proper way to handle valentine's day for her in that situation three to six months. I mean you gotta go with. At least. a bouquet of

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"celeste" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

CREATE with Katrina Julia

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"celeste" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

"Welcome to the jungle. Once we enter to the park we hiked about an hour to accept stairs. With heavenly views. Of rio celeste. The climb up and down is well worth it and i include him images of the stairs in show notes as well as well as shots of the waterfall the majestic blue collar and so much more once you climb down to the bottom. You could see the waterfall in the poll. At the bottom and there you will also see my forever. Twenty one hiking shoes yes. I got hiking shoes last year. When i was going to bulgaria now street at forever twenty one. We arrived around nine. Am inexperienced maybe thirty to fifty people in total in or around the waterfall in about one hundred fifty people through our hike currently as of this recording january ninth two thousand twenty one there are restrictions in place on the number of people that may enter the park which obviously is subject to change at any point so i definitely recommend the earlier. You come better swimming and rio. Celeste waterfall and anywhere. In general volcano national park is prohibited based on the information from my guide and other various sources it has to do with safety environmental and preservation issues. However you may swim nearby outside the park more on that leader friends. After experiencing the waterfall up the stairs you will want to hide to nearby blue lagoon and borbon s or guna soul and the bubbling springs. Depending on which language you're following along so blue lagoon laguna solar blue. Lagoon is the next stop on your height after leaving the waterfall. There are some steps some steep steps going down to reach the lagoon in his absolutely absolutely worth the visit. One hundred fifty feet past the blue lagoon you will come to. are bubbling spring. You can smell or at least ice. Melt the sulfur at the blue lagoon already here. You have both the bubbles visible as well as the smell sulphur. And letting you know that obviously the temperature is super high. And this is a combination of different gases including aluminum. They're resulting from the volcanic activity from nearby. Arnall all volcano the mystery of the blue water the beautiful and bright. Turquoise waters shines bright. You imagine it is a dream. It feels somewhat surreal. It is a perfect real life illustration of the spiritual meeting the natural resulting in rio. Celeste waterfall our heavenly river waterfall. The rio vista good view river and aguas tower creek are both transparent rivers at the point of meeting to create rio. Celeste daniel or the water transform citizen majestic -nificant where you can definitely see in the behind the scenes in my overview on the blog as well according to the university of colorado that ended up studying this phenomenon rape discover the water contained aluminum no silicate which is aluminum mixed with silicon and oxygen. And the waters on the bottom. Every celeste recovered in his white mineral. What is interesting is in test tubes. The water appears transparent. Get in real life. We see the heavenly blue all. Along the rio. Celeste and waterfall if feels and looks like a dream heavenly experience after leaving after leaving tenorio volcano national park. We drove to a family restaurant. We enjoyed casado a typical co streak in meal with your choice of fish meat chicken or vegetarian. I especially enjoyed the people's fee us cold coconut water directly out of a coconut heavenly swim in nearby. Rio celeste outside the nereo volcano national park their permits when areas. Right after are amazing. Lunch on warsaw. We drove into the owner's property into a permitted swimming area. You better believe. I didn't just jump in. I can bald in from allege that was set up by locals on a tree. The refreshing swim in the blue water is a perfect way to elevate the heavenly experience in every way on the way back to fortuna costa rica. We stopped to look at souvenirs at the indigenous reservation. Crafted by the maluku. They are the smallest tribe of indigenous people of costa rica who migrated from nearby our novel. Keynote niro celeste. After the nineteen sixty eight devastating eruptions. We watched the owner unhealthier angel. Craft beautiful wouldn't items. He shared how he crossed them and his wife. Blanca paints that. I ended up getting a beautiful one of raw wood. With jaguar and plans and a gift for a family member experiencing the puerto vida touches your soul. In every way the mystic and majestic nature. Rio celeste waterfall and all the different spots on the hike and the water leaves you in all at its wonder nature needs no help from us other than to keep it as is with the abundance of adventure in nature. I feel full in every way. I have lived more this week than i did. All of last year combined. I refused to have the twenty twenty and set out to make by twenty twenty one vision a reality. Tv that the pure life is everywhere. Inquiry it absolutely impacts you especially if you don't experience normally a lot nature. have you visited rio celeste. If you haven't the heavenly reality awaits you. Are you curious about costa rica. Vida gently tune into my prior episodes. Like the one day in lawford to traveled to costa rica by dragonfly. Airbnb and so much. More than i'm sharing during this time. Costa rica thank you for tuning in and if you leave a review of all shot you out on the show and if you have any takeaways from this episode or something that you will do then please screenshot tab me academic julia fair grecian. I will reshare and as always guys remember create transform and inspire because you are born to all tabs on. Stay wellman's money marketing business and travel to create a life and head on over to the blog the podcast and the threes to jumpstart. Your transfer makes it. You're ready to dive into online courses. The live event or the retreat. 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Woman set on fire by boyfriend in SE Houston

Money Matters with Ken Moraif

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Woman set on fire by boyfriend in SE Houston

"Woman was set on fire by her boyfriend and then ran to a neighbor's Hale's house for help. HPD says it began as an argument between the couple and the man, Harold Celeste Ng grabbed a water bottle that had gasoline in it, poured it on the woman and lit her on fire. She was taken to Memorial Hermann Hospital. She's in stable condition with severe burns on her chest, shoulder, neck and thigh. Celeste Ng took off before officers arrived and is now wanted on three felony charges. Cities and

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"celeste" Discussed on Run Your Day

Run Your Day

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"celeste" Discussed on Run Your Day

"Hello everyone welcome back to another episode of the run your day podcast as always your hosts dan hafner here. I'm super excited for today's episode. We have another interview lined up for you guys today. Today i will be talking with. Celeste johnson was a mother a wife a runner an inspiration to everyone. I'm super excited. Hafer on the show. We're going to talk specifically running and <hes>. A lot of you are either through this <hes>. Episode through the earth on this show through the runway jap or <hes>. The run your podcast. So i think get a lot of value from her coming on the show. so celeste. how're are you doing today inks. I'm great how are you. i'm good. I'm good so yeah tell us a little bit about yourself and know how you got started with running and and we'll go from there <hes>. Let's see i live in north carolina. <hes> been here a couple of years as you said my wife. I have two kids down almost thirteen nine and started running back in two thousand three. I think i just wanted to lose weight and get in shape and stuff like that. So i bought a treadmill in arena metro. Only like i never even went outside. I just ran like three to five miles a day. Nothing like exciting are tons of running or anything but <hes>. So i would just run. And then i mean i did that for a really long time like up until two thousand and fifteen and my friend was like. You're not running on a treadmill inside any more. She's like you're running outside and she signed me up in join may join a running group in virginia. We moved here from virginia. And so i started reading outside amid all these amazing women and then i started racing totally fell in love with running all over again in a different way. So so why. Did you wrote a treadmill for so long. Was it just like <hes>. Embarrassing or or what was. Why did why are you going to travel for so long. I mean i wasn't embarrassing. It was just probably just more convenient. Because i had little children at the time. And you can stop and get a water if you want to or are know. Probably the heat had to do with it too in one. Run outside in the heat like here. The problem is there's nowhere to run. There's no sidewalks to run on so like i either run in my community or run on the treadmill so that does drive me crazy. I'm like give me sidewalks to run on. Because in virginia we lived in ass suburb washington. Dc so there were sidewalks everywhere. I mean i could run thirty miles in any direction and so it was amazing. Do yeah that's where i just moved here. There's it's a kind of background but we also have like a big fifty five mile an hour road like that's kind of part of my block so if i just want to go for a quick ron i'm like well that's kind of a risk like there's no shoulder to run on and that's all the roads are there's no shoulder and occasionally people will run on them but i'm like oh my gosh so dangerous. The two cars are passing at the same time. And then there you are too so yeah for sure so okay so then when you started venturing into the running group world and the in the racing world <hes>. Look like you've done you've done marathons you've done some further than marathons like tell us a little bit about what you've done. Yeah so i started off. Just doing the five k. And staff. And then i quickly moved to marathon <hes>. Race the first time in august. Two thousand fifteen. Just five gay than i did. A half in that november and then the following spring. I didn't full marathon so like it was not long at all. I started racing marathon. So i've done four marathon so far <hes> in c. n. to fifty cays forty-five maller. So

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interview With Celeste Johnson

Run Your Day

03:52 min | 1 year ago

interview With Celeste Johnson

"Hello everyone welcome back to another episode of the run your day podcast as always your hosts dan hafner here. I'm super excited for today's episode. We have another interview lined up for you guys today. Today i will be talking with. Celeste johnson was a mother a wife a runner an inspiration to everyone. I'm super excited. Hafer on the show. We're going to talk specifically running and A lot of you are either through this Episode through the earth on this show through the runway jap or The run your podcast. So i think get a lot of value from her coming on the show. so celeste. how're are you doing today inks. I'm great how are you. i'm good. I'm good so yeah tell us a little bit about yourself and know how you got started with running and and we'll go from there Let's see i live in north carolina. been here a couple of years as you said my wife. I have two kids down almost thirteen nine and started running back in two thousand three. I think i just wanted to lose weight and get in shape and stuff like that. So i bought a treadmill in arena metro. Only like i never even went outside. I just ran like three to five miles a day. Nothing like exciting are tons of running or anything but So i would just run. And then i mean i did that for a really long time like up until two thousand and fifteen and my friend was like. You're not running on a treadmill inside any more. She's like you're running outside and she signed me up in join may join a running group in virginia. We moved here from virginia. And so i started reading outside amid all these amazing women and then i started racing totally fell in love with running all over again in a different way. So so why. Did you wrote a treadmill for so long. Was it just like Embarrassing or or what was. Why did why are you going to travel for so long. I mean i wasn't embarrassing. It was just probably just more convenient. Because i had little children at the time. And you can stop and get a water if you want to or are know. Probably the heat had to do with it too in one. Run outside in the heat like here. The problem is there's nowhere to run. There's no sidewalks to run on so like i either run in my community or run on the treadmill so that does drive me crazy. I'm like give me sidewalks to run on. Because in virginia we lived in ass suburb washington. Dc so there were sidewalks everywhere. I mean i could run thirty miles in any direction and so it was amazing. Do yeah that's where i just moved here. There's it's a kind of background but we also have like a big fifty five mile an hour road like that's kind of part of my block so if i just want to go for a quick ron i'm like well that's kind of a risk like there's no shoulder to run on and that's all the roads are there's no shoulder and occasionally people will run on them but i'm like oh my gosh so dangerous. The two cars are passing at the same time. And then there you are too so yeah for sure so okay so then when you started venturing into the running group world and the in the racing world Look like you've done you've done marathons you've done some further than marathons like tell us a little bit about what you've done. Yeah so i started off. Just doing the five k. And staff. And then i quickly moved to marathon Race the first time in august. Two thousand fifteen. Just five gay than i did. A half in that november and then the following spring. I didn't full marathon so like it was not long at all. I started racing marathon. So i've done four marathon so far in c. n. to fifty cays forty-five maller. So

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Free Games on Epic and Subscriptions

ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Free Games on Epic and Subscriptions

"It's GonNa continue to happen where where more and more of a say that kind of thing you want to cover the free games while we're at it. Right, that's a fairly long list time. So. Free Games totally reversed up on epic. There's absolute and rising storm to Vietnam, and then we're going onto subscriptions. Playstation now has days gone Friday, the thirteenth, Medieval Red and trying Ford nightmare prints on PS, plus there's need for speed payback and vampire. Prime Gaming. That's the twitch one that age Jay and silent mall brawl layers of fear. Silver Chains Surf World Series. And on play pro that's origin. Staubach squadrons, and twenty, one. On stage appropriate Celeste debt by daylight human fall flat Joe. Lara Croft in the Temple of desirous super hot mind control delete that lights the rector Scott Ancona. On, X.. Game xbox games with gold slave away camp buttress cut and Sphinx. Enter. Cursed mummy. And last up game pass doom maternal for the xbox three column for PC BRUTAL LEGENDS FOR XBOX forces seven for xbox NPC and it can file

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What Landlords Have on You

Slate's If Then

03:16 min | 1 year ago

What Landlords Have on You

"Hello Hi Laura Hi. Hi, it's Celeste earlier. This week I called Lauren Kirshner. She's an investigative reporter at the markup who loves to dig into official records and pages of data a couple of years ago. She took a close look at the algorithm that produces risk assessments in courtrooms. These risk assessments are used to help judges decide whether to grant bail or not they're based. On automated background checks and they produce a score that predicts how likely it is that an individual will commit a crime in the future we actually did a show on this earlier this year Lauren found that the risk assessment scores which are seen as objective are actually biased against black individuals. This year she discovered that the same technology is being used in a wholly different situation. We. got a tip from an attorney who had heard about a risk score given to tenants. That for being used not only in the private market for landlords, but also in public housing authorities and so I intrigued to learn about these tenant screening reports. I wanted to learn where they are being used and which companies were most common. Two simple questions that turned out to be very difficult to answer partly because there are so many companies doing background checks and partly because every company seems to use a different system to produce their reports. Lauren discovered that landlords are given an incredible amount of information about perspective tenants. Landlords have used credit reports for a long time, but these background checks go beyond your payment history in outstanding loans they can also list arrest records, traffic tickets, small claims, court filings, evictions, and Child Support History, and it takes all that information and compiles it and conveys it to the landlord, and sometimes the landlord getting tenant screening report will get the full information that has been compiled about this person who's applying for an apartment or sometimes they'll just get a risk or or thumbs up or thumbs down a recommendation that the landlord either accept or deny this person for their housing. If you get a thumbs down your often denied housing. It's that simple and that report can follow you wherever you go make it difficult to find anyone who will rent to you or give you a loan or a cell phone contract or a job. The kinds of decisions that these background checks are involved in a really high stakes decisions. You know if you have mistake on your credit report and you can't get a loan for a house that you want or if you have a mistake on your criminal background check and it looks like you're a felon and you can't find a place to live I, mean these are. These are really important moments in people's lives. This can be a problem even when the background checks are accurate but Lauren found these reports that decide whether you deserve housing are frequently wrong. Background. Checks are seriously flawed and no one seems to be regulating and industry that wields so much power over our lives.

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Remote ID for Drones: FAA Names 8 Technology Partners

A VerySpatial Podcast

02:41 min | 2 years ago

Remote ID for Drones: FAA Names 8 Technology Partners

"FAA has announced Eight organizations that are going to be working on the drone remote ide- process. Now if you remember in the FAA reappropriation Bill in the fall of twenty eighteen A few things came out. There was a push in that for some sort of Remote ID process. There's push for making it clearer and more I duNno heftier expansions for a hobbyist pilots. And so we also have those type of conversations going on now and so under if we look at. What's going on through that bill from twenty eighteen? A lot of this is just now getting to the point where the planning process is is really getting underway and so the FAA named Celeste Airbus Map Amazon Intel One sky. Skyward t mobile and wing as the companies that are going to be working with the FAA. And of course with each other hopefully on the remote ID technology Aspect kind of curious to see how this is going to interact and tie into what Nasr's already been working with or working on So we'll see how that goes I. It's interesting who they chose Lena. For example T. mobile as opposed to. At which arguably at and T. Is a bigger network that you'd be tapping into and there's not as many Drone manufacturers on there. I would have expected but you know. Yeah I mean Airbus. Of course you've got the whole were an actual company that makes these four planes type of situation So I get that air map. Drone company sky one skyward thrown companies Amazon in theory going to be one of the largest users Intel core technology And actually I think. At and T. And Verizon would think themselves perhaps above this to apply to be part of this group so I I'm not surprised by T mobile being on the list well and and you know keep. It mobile won't exist soon. So was the other way around when I thought spur doesn't really matter but the point is all that space no pun intended is changing Even as we speak in it's interesting to see who they've chosen You know it would be nice to know why but we'll see what the outcome is. That's important thing. They never tell us. Why

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Nolan #3 - Insomnia / Blow the Man Down / True History of the Kelly Gang

Filmspotting

09:42 min | 2 years ago

Nolan #3 - Insomnia / Blow the Man Down / True History of the Kelly Gang

"From Chicago. This is film spotting. I'm Adam Kanner and I'm Josh. Larsen can't be easy to keep working after three days. No sleep to keep focus. You're seeing things yet. Cause little flashes tricks alight that's Robin Williams with Al Pacino in Christopher Nolan's insomnia from two thousand and two as the follow up to his mind. Bending breakout hit. Memento insomnia struck some at the time as a frustratingly straightforward thriller. This week we continue our Nolan who've review with a fresh look plus we'll have thoughts on three new releases all available online more. Can I get up Pacino ahead? Unfilled SPOTTING Welcome to film spotting Josh. The theaters are closed. But the movies keep coming at least if you know where to look this week. We've got reviews of three new releases. Include ONE. That's definitely a golden brick. Were the debut. That's the cozy noir thriller. Blow the man down a feature debut set in Downey's main and the down under set the true history of the Kelly gang from director. Justin Kurt Sel and the high school set Sela and the spades one. You caught up with Josh Ross. Going to continue our Christopher Nolan who've review with two thousand? Two's insomnia the black sheep. Maybe of the Nolan filmography. We'll see if it does deserve that reputation later in the show first though let's talk some new movies for a change including that Australian import true history of the Kelly gang mother soldier pan. You cost me you. Can that back a child? It is already traveling. Full tilt toward the men are would become. That's from the trailer for True History of the Kelly gang which is available to rent ondemand this weekend. The director is Justin Kerr. Zal who previously made twenty eleven the snow town murders than in two thousand fifteen. He did Macbeth. Which starred Michael Faster and Marion Cotillard? All three of them re teamed for two thousand sixteen assassin's creed now. Kelly gang is set in colonial Australia. Where Kelly and his group of anarchists violently rebel against their British rulers nineteen. Seventeen George MCI plays Ned Kelly. The film also stars Russell. Crowe Nicholas Holt Thomasson. Mackenzie and Charlie Hunnam so strong. Cast their Adam. You're able to get an early look at this one before. It's on demand release. Did the cast live up to. Its Promise House the film in general some of it definitely did in terms of the cast. This is actually my first. Kerr Zal film. Haven't seen any of the other three that you mentioned despite the fact that Michael Fast Bender has been in those two that you mentioned and I'm always down for Good Shakespeare Adaptation. I can't compare obviously this film the Kelly Gang to his adaptation of Macbeth specifically but there is a lot of the Scottish play in his telling of Ned Kelly. Se Davis from our beloved. The Baba Duke plays his mother in this film and she is not someone to cross. She's domineering she's vengeful. It's born from years of oppression as a woman and as an Irish woman living under English rule in Australia. You hear her in the trailer. Seda a young Ned. You're a man. Now you go out and show the world. This isn't a gentle mother's encouragement. It's an order and like Macbeth himself. As ned gets closer to his fate the matter he gets and that unhinged hallucinatory spirit is. What colonel taps into visually think about the late nineteenth century? We get in. John Hill coats the proposition as a counterpoint. This is not that at all. This is realism clashing with fantasy to the point where there are times in certain sequences and shots. Josh especially a recurring motif of a man riding a horse. That feels more like more door than the Bush way outside Melbourne. And so I've dropped Macbeth. I've dropped Lord of the rings throw in the assassination of Jesse James by the Coward. Robert Ford and the pop aesthetic of Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette. Except with punk instead and you get some sense of what watching the true history of the Kelly. Gang is really like which may sound really amazing to you and other people. Yeah I'm I'm hooked so far. Yeah it's definitely a lot and honestly it was a little bit too much for me. Wants so much to be this fiery sneer. That doesn't conform do conventional biography and it's full of these big ideas about colonialism and storytelling and masculinity and challenging gender and sexual norms. The gang the Kelly gang actually wears dresses for me. It's just all too much of a performance of assault to really embrace and actually MCI is part of it. He's a really intriguing presence and has an unsettling physicality that he definitely brings to this role. A presence was kind of all he was in nineteen seventeen. That's kind of by the design of that film and I haven't read anything about his performance but I wouldn't be shocked to learn that he went really method here that he he went so deep. And as I said there's there's an intensity to it there's a real physicality to it but he's burrowed so deep into it. So deep into Ned Kelly psyche that he never emerges for me and I can appreciate the audacity of what Kerr's doing here and his. I our first shot of young. Ned actually is him peering through a slit in his makeshift home while his mother is engaged in a sex act with a paying customer. That's a British officer played by Hunnam and then later at the end it is big showdown with authorities. He's wearing iron over his head for protection. With the sliver is is that matches that exact same point of view so crucial knows what he's doing absolutely and he does have a really game cast Russell. Crowe shows up for a little bit in this movie. And there's a lot of fun as outlaw. Who Basically pays for? He buys a young Ned as an indentured servant to teach him the trade. And I really like Nicholas Holt. In this movie. He shows up maybe about midway through as a really charming despicable and entitled English constable. Who BEFRIENDS NED in the family? Until the family decides that they're not going to subjugate themselves to him like he expects everyone to do so some juicy fund performances here and crystals definitely doing allot as I said in terms of the filmmaking sounds like there might even be a little bit of animal kingdom in there too with the mother son Dynamic and of course the Australians setting so I. I'm intrigued by those comparisons. We'll we'll have to see if the catch up with if it works a little bit better for me. The True History of the Kelly gang is available to rent on demand right. Now the new one you caught up with Josh is called Sela and the spades the directing debut of Theresa Poh. It had its debut back in January at Sundance and it came to Amazon prime. This past weekend in your letterbox review you wrote any movie that mixes the DNA of mean girls. Brick and schooldays has my attention. We're all over the place with our references in this show so far. Tell me more. Yeah this this could be a lazy short and in some ways doing this exercise. But I think it's it is really helpful in this case because those are great films with distinct styles each trying to do something that maybe you hadn't quite seen before done in that way and mixing it all together is really exciting. That also puts a ton of pressure on a relatively small film like Sela and the spades and so I don't know if it's the sort of pressure this movie can entirely bare but I like that. All of these elements are in here that the basic scenario is selling. The speights takes place at an elite boarding school and we follow the illicit dealings and also the the relationships among various student factions there called and each of these factions. They're essentially like criminal gangs. So Sela played by Lovey Simone. She runs the drug-dealing spades. And you know there are maybe some Macbeth Lady Macbeth specifically comparisons to make here in her ambition and the way she holds grip on power. She does take an underclassmen under her wing. But as we come to learn you know it may not be the most altruistic reasons that underclassmen played by Celeste O'Connor now both of those performances are really strong by Simone and O'Connor There are some good supporting turns to. I could see this being one of those smaller. First films where two or three of the actors in them and this happened with mean girls as well right pop up in later films and you really see what what great talents. They have their There's also the whole criminal element calls on brick of course that this is going on among high schoolers beneath the adults is. It's kind of amazing. How little the adults have to play in in this world And then there are some really striking flourishes by PLO as director. And here's where some of the the school days Spike Lee school days comparisons come in because Sela is also the head of the spirit squad for the school and they have a direct address to the camera routine just about what. It's like to be a seventeen year old

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"celeste" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

14:47 min | 2 years ago

"celeste" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I. house and welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you along with Celeste solum Celeste with end time prophecy they talk about an anti Christ what do you think about that well it's on my three October thirty first two thousand and eighteen that the system was actually presented to the world and if so yes there is as a series of events but let's put it in contact with and so I come from a biblical worldview as I mentioned right and there are other views and it doesn't really matter because it's all converging it doesn't matter if you fight native Americans or whatever your tradition is tiny various different ones they're all converging there always showing this pattern so I need to speak to the biblical just because I'm more familiar with that so the year this year twenty twenty is that man's point of this seven year jubilee will only which is a year of freedom in jail was ever a year of freedom basically that was spoken of by the proper prophetic book of Daniel and it is based on an integrated stepless because they will call calendar and it's basically integrate for calendars systems which is why some people god dethroned is they were unaware that there are actually four different calendars in the Bible and then making it turning up the heat a little bad so in two thousand thirty yet it is two thousand thirty is that the two thousandth anniversary of the resurrection and that is within the seventy S. U. police and then two thousand forty five is the close of the seventieth jubilee and see that is all converging with all the you know government historic because they're currently you know everything is just between now with two thousand and twenty and two thousand and fifty don't hang on to your hat so yeah there is that as I mentioned that the system was already presented the world there's going to be the war of Kaghan Magog there's going to be a seven year tribulation period is going to be an individual who will be the anti Christ yeah I'll get to that just happened a year ahead of me seven year tribulation judgment of theirs seven letters seven churches seven spirits seven Golding lamp stand seven seals seven horns and seven eyes those of the positive and then there's seven easels bringing seven with seven seals seven trumpets including three world seven bowls seven thunders which is my second book that I just wrote about those were sealed so seven thunders until this time seven golden bowl seventeen and seven laughed vision there's going to be of the reconstruction of the Jewish temple which is the third temple there's that anti Christ you're gonna see and even gathering of the X. files of the the Jewish people Israel of course and Israel was established we've been seeing that there's going to come the messiah Jesus and then there will be a resurrection of the dead and a great day of judgement so that's what we're looking forward to from two thousand and twenty forward now the anti Christ who is it revealed yet but I do believe that from what I see it it looks like he will be revealed very so so all right I don't know if there's a lot of speculation that really nobody knows yet who we are are you ready for some phone calls yeah I yeah let's go east of the Rockies the star Joe on Long Island New York K. Joseph go ahead Hey think discussion two quick questions one would be on the robot should view harken back to lost in space the within a few episodes you know re runs but you know you had decided to awake role by and I'm not sure you know that would be great to have a robot a personal robot you could trust I'm not sure if some of the episodes had a robot that was more in this area but my question robot view all commit we seek competing factions of robot where they're at odds with each other that would be on the robot now on the cosmic rays don't take home from interstellar space into the solar system so inside they were always and it's and he is could you elaborate a little bit more about the day intensifies that they're causing people may be the goal and St Lawrence all atmosphere compromise where skip through more so so what it is they do come both from the galaxy from the galactic electric current sheet which unfortunately we're not gonna be able to talk about tonight due to the time schedule by and then our own magnetosphere witches are very that protects them from the calls bakeries whether they come from the sun or the galaxy is the ministry and so we have the best protection would be like going out in a winter storm without it in short order and a tee shirt and no shoes here now so we kind of don't have the protection so if it's not that they're sick they are always at I will not always aimed at is a quite frequently there are plows mystery in fifteen data by usually are magnetosphere protect that and it deflected it looks like a big deflector here now I can see that you like science fiction so you know kind of it is the force field that deflects all these things the way but unfortunately for the next at least hundred years it's not going to be that way we're going to have an increasing problem and then back he is a robot question I created in nineteen terms areas there might be some competition between robot but in the end it is going to be singularity at is gonna be one robot one system and they will all be working kind of like an aha I. eve subjective situation for a more does that answer your question goes I think they brought by Robbie the robot in lost in space was a good one of course and I don't recall any other robots popping up into that Cheryl but the there might have been a few you never know next stop Tom in la Hoya California welcome to the show go ahead Thomas George thank you for taking my call so last straw very interesting information and don't you know they say that information is power home I wanted to bring to your attention I don't know if you're aware of that but there's a consortium of intelligence agencies and educational institutions the one to digitize basically all the range of libraries and records of the world university of California National Security Agency Harvard MIT consortium of libraries in Britain Great Britain and of course the Vatican Library and they're already paid digitize flight the campers library in Beijing and they're in the process of digitizing the emperor's library in Japan okay who will read Braden has to close guest has talked about two about visiting monastery swore they have ancient records and he Kelsey very engaging stories like this one monastery in Ethiopia you know who else is secret room and he kept asking the months what's in the secret room you know and finally they let a man and there's all this computer equipment there's all the scanning equipment scanning all the documents of the monastery and there's a satellite link from the monastery he found the same thing in Tibet yeah the monastery in Tibet so it appears that somebody wants to get access to these ancient records and have it available with artificial intelligence translators it's central so that you can with your password call it up on your desktop you know and often wondered you know welcome library or big libraries like that no better hidden away you know in the archives and what do they know about extinction level of the Vance and the same thing like with the emperor's libraries in the Far East or the monasteries that Gregg Braden talks about a Suns wondering if you talk about their information is power to the power elite absolutely and there is a trickle of information I get out to us and I do believe that there is a great digitization of all these intense script I mean we're we're getting Chinese Indian and all from all over the world but the problem is is unless you become part of the system you may not have access to this modern library of Alexandria kind of thing you know as long as you're part of the system you'll have access but you you might not there is also a danger of right and have these documents and manipulated in anyway yes we can clean many things and I'm a big student of history I love history especially I love digging into a lot of work with that reveals secrets and I know one thing from the past fight with the digitization I worry with that deep space issue and some of the if it does get out you known to the public whatever's released will it be manipulated in some way let's go to George in Corpus Christi Texas say George go ahead Sir George just three comments and just her your guest opinion all right out of your throat out with her complex the world famous nineteen eighty four book and he decided that media would one day off because one has to be the only voice everything out or no free thought and that's kinda like yearly happen now that's one one thought and the second one is a must the devil's tower in Wyoming where they filmed the you that close encounters of the third kind thank you it's a famous mountain but it looks like a tree tree stump a giant that would just cut off at the top yeah I'm sorry what it looks like it was cut off at the top yeah but there is evidence all around the planet there's youth like that run the planet and that's weird I mean that the buyer spear was different there was more oxygen that's why there was so many giant creatures and trees and the supposedly it was a I don't know maybe the the giants in the Bible has to do with it and that's all being hit too and thirdly Edgar Cayce I love that man you use I I adore him I think you do too yeah one of the best and because he was such a good person he help people and I just wanna number three comments especial Mister Casey if he predicted anything like this I know anything disastrous and now listen on the radio see your editor KC did project a major physical change to North America from flooding are you familiar with that Celeste yeah I have first thought and I actually have a story that is it's believed and homeland and I got the frantic call well it was a fight message earlier today and I can't steal his thunder but I'll give you a tease invalid it looked like there was a global Equifax and event which liquefaction happens when there's a global earthquake so some state because there were structures that had my in a very unusual patterns that looked like a liquefaction event so yeah I believe that is going to be global events all over the place volcanic that a Russian of powerful recently he was absolutely incredible extinction level events yep you can remove and are you sure it's going to happen could they be wrong no word three we are seeing changes all over the all over the place both in our earth changes because the changes it's just words getting deeper into it next up we've got a friend in Montana thanks for the call Fred go ahead hi slash very very interesting one I worked in the magic program.

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Borderlands 3: First Impressions

DLC

08:31 min | 2 years ago

Borderlands 3: First Impressions

"Way I would some borderlands three again based on the time. I've played at Safar so my impressions not a review. Do you like borderlands and are you hungry for more borderlands. If yes you are going to love I love borderlands three. It'll probably be your game of the year. Are you borderland curious and haven't played any borderlands go by borderlands borderlands two it is dirt cheap looks great with all the you know buy it on the current console with like the HD pack. They've released for xbox one X or the P. C. There there is so much content attached to that game that is cheap. I think part of game pass at one point where it was free. Maybe maybe it is game passers xbox Games with Gold. Go play that and save yourself some money and if you love it then go get borderlands three it will also be cheaper. Cacao article on their impressions Russians because a quarterly like it's like the difference between being excited about AAA come into your small town in choosing to go in choosing to go to Poland a big city. If that's what you like go for it but has anyone told you about your options and then later in the article mostly borderlands three feels like a game that doesn't have a whole lot ought to prove it has piles of guns in a rude attitude in little people to shoot because hey isn't that funny question. Mark and I feel like again. If you love borderlands you'll love this game. I enjoy the moment to moment I liked the run and gun streaky gunplay of Borderlands and I'm always moving and guns and powers and explosions and hundreds of enemies and all this stuff happening. I think is is exciting. to me the the biggest net other than it isn't it doesn't feel new to me doesn't take pushing me in any a new way with so many games have in the last two years. I guess I've been spoiled by maybe the last three years of credible games but I find the humor which has always been hit and miss and borderlands to be to be more miss now than it ever has in. Maybe that's just because it's it feels the same if you'll stagnant ignorant but like claptrap was funny and now it's still claptrap like I get it. I don't no I don't I don't. I don't know if I needed Chris Hardwick and his underwear. I don't find that today. I didn't need that. I don't need a a large breasted woman telling me like where are you looking honey and then like wiggling bright. That's me that again my baggage. I I have a bag so big. It has to be checked. You know like I'm not not caring and and it's hard line to walk as a comedian myself. I know that I miss you know. I have jokes that miss.. I have jokes at a room will love and one person will I hate and it will ruin their evening. You know what I mean like. Comedies hard art is hard and I think the to flip that the praise as the glass half full version of that is Kudos to borderlands pun intended for sticking to their guns. This is borderlands borderlands and it had the large fan base and I think they're going to be very happy by it. I wish that it was doing something a little different different. I'm happy you you kind of stepped into that and broke that part of the conversation 'cause I was GonNa ask you what you felt about some of that because I had seen gene you know of course we're we're in the industry were paying attention to the way that folks are talking about his both on the consumer and on the reviewing and in media side of that and and I found it really interesting that most of the SCUTTLEBUTT that came out of the initial impressions and reviews talked about the humor kind of I feeling out of place in the way that we are thinking about society and thinking about the conversation that we want to be having in terms of low brow quote unquote quote lowbrow humor and things like that and it was interesting because I was dislike of two minds in a in a didn't know where to land especially in mind you my own baggage is coming from from conversations around the latest Chapelle a special and now this information coming out about these new folks on the SNL coming up so I was in a weird space when it came to what the game is going to be bringing to to the table in terms of its comedy in its narrative and it's one of those things where I see where a lot of folks are coming from when they're just like it doesn't hit. It feels like it's it's it's punching down or not even punchy down to just feels cheap in a Lotta ways and I'm in a space now where like I. I don't mind the jokes being cheap. I feel like you kind of need sometimes a space to have a cheap joke oak flooring at me and throwing poop at me and giving me money. It's funny like yes. Does it get repetitive but yes cheap silly dumb jokes. Are they work. There's a place to present a place for them totally. Ns and that's my thing was like it felt like at least in some of the reviews and stuff that was coming out super early. There was a little bit of nose in the air ness coming from from Santa those pieces which I totally get and I appreciate the fact that people are thinking about it in these ways but I also didn't go into borderlands any of the borderlands games with any expectation that it wouldn't be anything but that I feel like. That's the difference between the okay. I'm coming from with it and wears landed for some of the folks who are kind of been reviewing it and some of the more shared information. It's Kinda. Come out like I know it's not gonNA BE SMART. Brain outweigh even though borderlands to with with with Tina. I thought in their secondary deal see the stuff that came out afterward. There was like all the D- that came out for leagues that stuff was done really well. It was it was pretty smart in a way that they kinda played off of some some of some of the other characters in it but I'm not looking. I'm not going into borderlands three to to figure out if someone's going to have their magnum opus of like really interesting things things to say it's going to be our humor is going to be really stupid. Them not not really high brow stuff. I'm not going to be thinking real hard. After playing man game even be like that was a really profound thing that Ellie said while she told me not to look at her breasts in place so it was a little bit of a little bit taken back by the idea that that was going to be a place for those things to be in this game with these characters from the studio that already put out three games that were doing this stuff so yeah. I think that's a good point. My kind of thoughts back to it are one going into it knowing what is going to be. You're expecting acting something. Does that make it okay or is the fact that the default is bad a larger a problem of our society today like Oh. I know this is going to be. It's it is what it is like. Just the assumption that we're gonNA objectify blister Blah Blah Blah whatever and again I'm there are far more greatest examples in borderlands. I'm getting a hundred one-star I tunes reviews is longer talk but I think there's something and as a gender stripe man I realize I am the problem. I am the villain and every horror movie I I understand and I prefaced it by saying I am not pushing for you know What is it punch down humor in those ways. I'm just saying like the expectations yes of of people to be better when we see that their bread is buttered by doing lowbrow humor. I think that the expectations should be a little a little bit more reasonable. When it comes of course you want people to do better but also we live in? We're over honey. Boo Boo was really popular so I can't be really upset.

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"celeste" Discussed on This Week In Video Games

This Week In Video Games

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"celeste" Discussed on This Week In Video Games

"If you like overwatch and and you WANNA play on the move well. It's going to happen soon next stuff. In the News Celeste Free Day of C has been released in chapter nine farewell and Matt Thorsten announced on twitter earlier in the year he and the team workouts from new content facilites and it'd be free and big goodbye to fans of the Game Celestis is proved wildly popular with fans and it has over five hundred thousand units in style which is absolutely fantastic indie game. The chapter nine include one hundred new levels which apparently super super hard and new story content as well. The announcement was accompanied by tweet from that and his new company extremely okay games aims a new Vancouver Bay studio. Extremely Okay Games also said they're working on new game which is really really exciting. News indeed so if you WANNA play the new content after play through and complete chapter eight which I found out this week I wanted to jump into the new content but I realized a hand complete the call and so I went back completed chapter eight of Celeste and I must say I'm super glad I did really really fun one of the one of the best gaming experiences of had and really really satisfying lying and Celeste continues to tell me even after all these mountains is being out so it's worth it and as I say Celeste is one of the best indie games of recent years and definitely gets to this week in video games seal of approval so if you like Celeste jump into chapter nine now and let me know what you think on podcast this week against Com next up in the news apple arcade launches on September the Nineteenth Apple has announced his gaming subscription service apple arcade is due to launch which next week on September the nineteenth across their family of IOS devices including iphone ipad Mac and Apple TV so the service was announced.

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For Many Authors, Celebrity Book Clubs Are A Ticket To Success

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:27 min | 2 years ago

For Many Authors, Celebrity Book Clubs Are A Ticket To Success

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply with hundreds of thousands of titles released each and every year. How are we supposed to choose a book to read. Word of mouth is the old standby then there's media interviews book clubs and increasingly celebrity book clubs are seen as a ticket to the bestseller list. N._p._r.'s lynn neary has been investigating it all began with oprah and i want to get the whole country entry reading again those of you who haven't been reading. I think books are important. Oprah winfrey. I introduce book club on her television. Show back in nineteen ninety-six sending works by previously unknown writers shooting to the top of bestseller lists. A new version of the club was launched in twenty twelve using social media as the main platform warm now. There's a range of book clubs led by celebrities actress. Emma watson has a feminist book club. Andrew looks club is aimed in part at getting young people to read tonight. Show host. Jimmy fallon jumped on the bandwagon with his summer reads book club in today's media market. There are lots of options. Chris in mclean is a book industry analysts with end ep book scan which tracks the sales of print books at major u._s. retailers. There's a lot of types of media and entertainment that are competing for people's attention attention and so having prominent influencers recommend books is very helpful to those books reaching their audience mclean points to one of the latest entries as an example jenna bush hager's book club on the today show the next hashtag read with genetic. She's announced her august pick advantage by nicole. Dennis van kristen mclean says the first five books chosen by the read with jennifer book club saw a significant boost in their sales. We've seen gene these books overperform about five hundred percent compared to the rest of the market for fiction during that time so that's a very healthy performance. It's too soon to add the numbers for patsy patsy but author nicole dennis. Ben is excited for her books prospects. It's every writers dream. I won't lie about that is really a dream. Come true to have this happen. The expos more individuals to the patsies in our society many of those who will now read the book says dennis ben might never have been exposed to a character like patsy. She's an undocumented commended emigrant to america who leaves her child behind in jamaica to pursue her dream of fortune and romance with another woman the you know when you're writing. You not sure who you're gonna. It'd be connecting to you just know that you're writing for yourself and you're hoping that somebody gets the message and so when these people who have a platform p core books it just means means that it's going to be read widely. One of the things we really happy about is when we find a book where the sentiment of our community is. I would never have found this on my own. Sarah harden is the c._e._o. C._e._o. Of reese witherspoon media company hello sunshine harden says the hugely influential club grew out of witherspoon genuine love of books gal. She's a passionate reader and she started posting photos of books that she was writing her instagram and sometimes she post a few bucks a month and then a couple of month's regard by but that's how it happened very quickly in june twenty seventeen. The booklet was launched officially it now has one point one million followers on instagram witherspoon has pick twenty six books and according to book scan those titles sold almost seven hundred percent better than the average twenty one of her picks were fiction and they accounted for two who percent of all fiction sales during the time period witherspoon recommendation help turn one debut novelist book into a genuine phenomenon. I'm so excited it to announce the september book club pick which i just love this book it is called where the crawdads sing by delia owens where the credits seeing has sold more than one point point three million copies and has been sitting at or near the top of all bestseller lists for almost two years like many books chosen its debut novel written by a woman which sour hardens says reflects the clubs larger mission out decision and our focus with racist book club east to find and champion narratives way women are not decide characters arctic they driving the action of agency that complex they flawed and that's just the focus of our company witherspoon media company even before the club's started she. She looked books for properties to produce most notably. H._b._o.'s big little lies several of her book club picks have already been optioned for film or tv including celeste listings little fires everywhere which witherspoon will star in along with carrie washington hardens says the show has a built in audience because we've got a following wing of dedicated fans by love soliciting and they they love this bulk. I can't wait to see what what race and carrie washington do on screen for that book and if the book brings fans of the show the show is very likely to bring more readers to the book says book scans kristen mclean once that film project hits the market. There's a whole other wave again an awareness and promotion and marketing and the book again will come right back onto the bestseller lists. Mclean calls it a three hundred sixty degree deal where everyone wins celebrity author and fans lynn neary n._p._r. News washington.

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Everybody rightfully hated the refs in Rockets-Warriors Game 1

The Leadoff Spot

09:50 min | 3 years ago

Everybody rightfully hated the refs in Rockets-Warriors Game 1

"You in the leadoff spot. Following a warriors one. Oh, four one hundred win in game one of the Western Conference semis. This is the series. Everyone's been waiting for. And I feel like Dame lived up to the hype and and following game one now all of the post game discussion and all of the the soap opera that goes into. What makes the NBA great continues here on the Monday morning following James Harden's line? This is an all time line, by the way following a loss. I just want to. Fair chance. I just want them to give me a fair chance to go out. And try to win James harden who shot one less free throw the Kevin Durant did yesterday. They just didn't have it takes a village to stop James harden and takes a village to try to stop the Houston Rockets. I I'd say, Dan, Tony probably did not manage his his rotations the way he wanted to down the stretch you end up with a couple of mismatches with Steph curry being guarded by a and he not start a coach three. And then of course, all the calls about this is the feel like in the NFL we get this every couple of years where you get a new term that sort of takes over the league for a season. Or so Dave, you know, what I'm talking about next up. Dave back, by the way this week. You get these different things like member. Of course, the wildcat was a term one year gay manager was a term one year things. Just like you get a little you get comfortable with the phrase, and you continue to use it the term right now. Of course, we've had load management was a big win this year in the NBA the one we're dealing with right now. We'll last series. It was top locking with the LA clippers. And now, we're dealing with the landing spot the landing spot is now going to be the theme at least until they played team to tomorrow night. So what we're talking about is whether or not these things should be called fouls. When a joke shooter goes up comes down in a spot that maybe wasn't necessarily the same spot. He took off from and what the responsibility of the defensive player is he allowed to move laterally towards the the player who's taken the jump shot as he allowed to come down in the in a similar spot. Does the jump shooter has to contorts his body to get out of the way of the defender. And if so is that a foul, I think those are really mad. It does matter because the Houston Rockets are complaining about it. So let's let's break this down for just a minute. I wanna make a couple of points about a few things here. The Houston Rockets losing this game by four and my dantonio had coach after the game said that at halftime the officials told them. Hey, we missed four calls. We missed a handful of calls and he's saying, hey, if you're going to tell me that too that means there are free throws that we should be having right there at the low. I mean, my my. My assumption or my feeling about this is figuring tell me you miss calls. That's like an empire saying, hey, you know, what I blew a couple of those balls and strikes calls, you probably should have had a few more guys on base. When that dude hit the home run. It's almost like you've earned something here that an official has completely botched completely avoided or not called then he realizes after. Yeah. You know, maybe maybe I did sort of boxed that one. Or maybe I did make a mistake on that one in basketball that directly affects how many points you may have. It's the one game where I can put you at the line with the ball and say here's a couple of free points for your team because of the foul committed by the opposition. So the Antoni was not irate after the game. He gave a comment about we've got to look in the mirror. We've got to figure out what we can do better talking about. How he maybe? He agreed. I think with some of the media questions about whether or not nation have been on the floor at the end there with forty seconds left trailing. And he's out there guarding Steph and Steve Kerr made a comment that at this point of the season in the NBA playoffs when? You've got five guys on the floor. You just are sort of having your guys guard whoever the opposition wants them to guard because you're going to go with your best five guys. They're going to go with their best five and whoever they can guard us whoever they can guard. That's just the situation you're in at that point. Now when it comes to committing these fouls or whether or not these were fouls after the game. Whether or not you agree with what Houston's been saying that they were getting officiated differently. And I don't agree, by the way. I I'm not gonna stand here and say sit here and say that Houston had some major disadvantage in this game. I think the Dame was called pretty consistently though. I will agree that a couple of the calls. The Houston is upset about. We're probably fouls. I know people are upset with the Chris Paul won the technical foul. The first one in my mind, that's a foul the Shaun Livingston bleeping at M M B, and I got into a heated debate about fifteen minutes ago in the bullpen where I did. We did a freeze frame by frame of Chris Paul going taking the shot. You can see shod Livingston's feet come down behind Chris Paul. He's not directly. Under him. But in my mind, he's changed Chris Paul shot enough to where he's invaded his landing spot. And he's committed a foul because Chris Paul does not have the right to where he went up and came back down on now when you flop and Chris Paul did flop on that play. You lose a whole lot of credibility in my mind. If you flop I think, you should be less likely to get called you should be less likely to to to get the foul called in your favor that said, it's probably still a foul. Now, you've got players from the Utah Jazz Rudy Gobert was check it in yesterday on Twitter Jared deadly the nets a lot of players who team seasons are now over of course, watching what everybody's anticipated to be the almost the pseudo Western Conference final between the rockets and the warriors, and they were checking in and Ruediger bare said, hey, my guys in the last round against the rockets were not allowed to close out and defend that aggressively. And then Donovan Mitchell, the young guard for the jazz re tweeted and said, why don't you just give me the twenty five thousand if you've got a complaint about the refs on Twitter. Just throw the cash. My way 'cause you're probably going to get fined anyway, Jared Dudley. The nets went as far as soon as look I don't think anybody deserves to get a foul called when you flop, but that's a foul the Shaun Livingston running by people. I it's polarizing people feel differently about it believe it was a foul. The second one at the end of the ballgame. And Chris Paul gets called when he's trying to throw the ball away. I don't totally agree with that. I do think James harden might have been affected a little bit by the Klay Thompson contact at the top of the key on the the attempted three that did not go in. But you can also look at that. And just say him, and you didn't even get that good of a look at it. There was a guy right in your face. You heaved a three with multiple seconds on the clock. And did not go your way ball gets tossed out of bounds. And the rest is history. Warriors, get the the technical foul and the knock down the free throw to win it. So from the side of the of the Houston Rockets where you lose this game. You feel like it was a -ficiating in a way that was not in your favor. They've been very. It's a word. I'm looking for. They've been political with how they've gone about talking about the officials because they have not called out officials. Exactly, they have not said, hey, this guy botched this call right here. Chris Paul went as far to say, hey, I got to be better. I can't be getting tech new thousand getting ojected from the game almost putting it on himself saying I've got to be better for my teammates. Now, they're upset about the way some of these calls have gone gone down. But they're going about it in the way that the warriors went about it during the first round against the clippers. And that is to contact the league and say, hey, look at all this video that we have of Pat Beverley pushing and pulling and tugging and shoving on Steph curry, you guys have got to keep it out of it. So at the very least here, I think the rockets have now called attention or spotlighted something that is going to be a theme throughout the rest of this series. And that's that it's going to be physical. It's going to be aggressive. These benches are going to get smaller and smaller as we get near the end of this series. But this is only the beginning in my mind. This thing is not going to go away. Anytime soon, by the way, we didn't even mention the Friday night. This is how how intense game one was even mentioned, by the way warriors advanced past the first round of the Western Conference playoffs after fifty point performance from Kevin Durant. Put it out read from the clippers on Friday night warriors less than forty eight hours later, come back to oracle and the beat the rockets who are already sitting in their living room with their feet up waiting for him to get here. And and they stuck it to him. So hey last week. I made a point I made a sort of a plea to to Steve Kerr, San hey, man. You can't be playing these starters like thirty three thirty four thirty five minutes any Kevin Durant out there for forty plus last night, forty three minutes from Kevin Durant. He goes thirty five points, three assists, five rebounds. He may be the hottest streak we've ever seen him on as a member of the warriors. I say that sort of just because I I'm being a victim of the moment here with how much a Kevin Durant. Spent successful since the eight shot performance in game two of round one. When everybody kinda lost their heads, saying, hey. He's he's not locked in. He doesn't want. It that bad. I said do just like Kevin Durant. Kevin durant? And what did he say, David? Kevin Durant attacking me Celeste. I thirty five points to lead all warriors scores. He goes twelve or fifteen from the line was a great note here, by the way from Anthony Slater, saying, you know, we talked about how aggressive he's been in people want to say, well, he's dishing too much. He's not getting to the rim. Nobody said anything about that. By the way in the last five games that he's played. But Kevin Durant. Attempted fifteen free throws yesterday. He's taken seventy four this entire postseason Hughley averaged six and a half free throws a game in the regular season. He's averaging ten and a half a game right now in the postseason. He's taking over Kevin Durant right now, maybe at the prime and the peak of his career. He's making sure the warriors are going to have a damn good shot didn't back to the Western Conference. Who is he? Kevin durant? All right. We've got some great sound from yesterday's post game. We haven't even had to mention the giants getting swept out of oracle part of it was not good. Derek rodriguez. Did not have it yesterday. We'll get into some of that the sharks tied one one and their series in the as take another sweep at the hands of the Blue Jays the one team. The giants can beat the Toronto Blue Jays. The as can't figure them out swept twice in the last two weeks by that team. We got some great sound, Mike Keown, Tony Steve Kerr. And James harden, San all I'm saying is give me a chance all we're saying. Dave is give James harden a chance Draymond green was not having it with that comment

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Nintendo reveals the top 10 best-selling indie titles on Switch

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Nintendo reveals the top 10 best-selling indie titles on Switch

"The best selling Indies a list. There has been updated once again for this year over at GD. Ethan taco has this report. Indie games, make up a crucial in vibrant, part of this which is great library of games as evidenced by strays in India. Showcase the game's developer conference event today. Nintendo. Shared which indie games have so best switch up until now. What many of them are familiar faces like starting valley? A few new games have crept onto the list, including overcook to here in no particular order are the switches current all time bestselling in the games starting valley. Holland overcook to under tail dead cells, enter the gun graceful explosion machines last golf story and overcooked. So both projects on there. That's pretty impressive in interesting. Updated list, a right like I love to see dead cells on there. Like that was such a indie darling and everybody really got into it. But it was available to places right? You could go somewhere else. But as you highly portable game. That's the great thing about. The switch because it's a hybrid console. You can just pick it up. Like, I brought my switch with me because I never leave home without it. I mean just picking up a game like even overcooked to is. Great on switch, and it's great indoctrinates, great and hand-held mode. So yeah, I it's really great to see dead cells on there and Celeste and golf stories. Great. And apparently, I've never played graceful explosion machine. Johnny fix fun. It looks really cool. Another great list games. It's cool. And I'm glad that Nintendo's. Putting that out there that, you know, historically, sometimes you look at them being more guarded and more quiet about that kind of stuff. And so to put it out here and be like here it is. And I know ethan's report goes on to compare to last year list show, you jogged off who went where it's cool to see that. It's still there and things like golf story that have been around a while. Right graceful exposure machine that has been around a while. I think I remember the first in India vent. They did at GD. Awesome assume still kicking doing well. I love to see Nintendo supporting their Indies.

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Chris Watts drove 45 minutes with daughters and dead wife

Memphis Morning News

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Chris Watts drove 45 minutes with daughters and dead wife

"There are new details in how Collorado man killed his pregnant wife and his kids serving a life sentence for the murders of his wife and their two young daughters. Last August in suburban Denver. Christopher watts reportedly Sharon graphic details. Stephen liberate, the lawyer for wife should watts family L. The Dr Phil show says they've been told that what says he strangled his wife in their home, the drove her body and their two daughters to an oilfield where he worked he smothered three-year-old Celeste with her favorite blanket, while her older sister watched then four-year-old Bela pleaded for her life at that point villa said, please. Daddy. Do not do to me. What you just did to see see the please invade the girls bodies filed in an oil storage tank. The wife buried in a

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The Psychology of Circles

Curiosity Daily

06:54 min | 3 years ago

The Psychology of Circles

"You can play along at home with our first story just draw a circle simple as that grab a piece of paper and something to write with and get to it this might sound weird. But you can actually learn quite a bit about someone's background from the way they draw circle. There's actual data and science behind this. So don't worry. We're not just talking about some pseudoscience handwriting analysis kind of thing. Okay. Did you draw your circle? Well, here are a couple of fun facts. If you're American there's an eighty six percent chance that you draw your circles counterclockwise. But for people living in Japan eighty percent of people draw their circles in the opposite direction. This data comes from November twenty sixteen when Google released in AI game called quick draw. It was kind of like the game pictionary you'd start to draw something and then Google's algorithm would try. Guess what you were drawing in twenty seconds or less courts. Use data from the game to look at one hundred nineteen thousand unique circles to see how different people draw them. They found that the direction that you dry. Your circle is quote linked to geography and cultural upbringing deep-rooted and hundreds of years of written language in significant in developmental psychology. And trends in education today, unquote, the clockwise and counterclockwise patterns, probably come down to language Japanese and Chinese writing follows a strict stroke order with characters drawn from the top left in the direction of the bottom. Right. A nineteen eighty-five study showed that most people living in China druthers circles clockwise, possibly because of the clockwise strokes in semi cursive, Chinese calligraphy stroke order is so important in these countries, it can even signal your level of education on the flip side Americans are taught to draw shapes counterclockwise to prep their motor movements for what's called magic see letter formation as in the curve in the letters C G Q and oh test this out on your friends. And see what happens weirdly, my initials are c g and I just drew a circle, and I started at the bottom and did it clockwise. That's so weird. I know. Well, I I can't do it now because I'm too aware. I hope everyone knew drew a circle drew a circle before. I started talking if you dislike being cold as much as we do. Then you come to the right podcast because we have some tips from the world of physiology to help you understand how your body stays warm in the wintertime, or you know, whenever it's cold as reported by exercise physiologist, John Eric Smith for the conversation. Your blood does a lot of things while it's coursing through your body. It's carrying nutrients and oxygen and other important stuff. And it also brings heat produced in your muscles to your skin where it gets released when it gets cold around you your body moves blood to your torso to keep your vital organs warm at the same time. Your body sends less blood flow to your skin that means less heat makes it to your skin. Celeste heat gets lost here environment. This helps you hang on to your internal heat longer. You know, how you shiver and your teeth chatter when you get really cold that's because bodies cranking up your muscle activity to help you stay warm that movement actually helps you break down more nutrients to crank. Up your internal heat. People lose heat at different rates, depending on their body size body fat and metabolic activity to smaller people with less body, fat lose more heat than larger people with more body. Fat more muscle. Mass means more heat gets produced and more body fat works as an insulator. So there's less heat loss. So let's get into how you can stay warm, obviously, warm clothing as helpful like, a hat and coat and gloves. But believe it or not it's a myth that most of your heat escapes through your head. Remember how I said your blood rushes to your torso to keep in vital organs worm? Well, that's why a coat will do you a lot more good than hat. If you had to pick one of the other, you'll keep your limbs warmer. If you keep your torso warm since that'll help, you keep a steady blood flow something else, they can help you. Stay warm is being physically active doing jumping jacks or running around makes your muscles contract, which breaks down more nutrients, which dinner is extra heat, but layers of clothing and physical activity can tip the balance past what you need to offset heat loss. If that happens. Get an increase in body temperature. And your body will start sweating to try to cool down, and that's bad. Because then you'll deal with more heat laws when your sweat evaporates one more thing that can help you stay warm though, eating your body. Temperature will go up when your body is busy breaking down food. That's why if you go camping you may want to have a snack before bed. So you stay warmer while you sleep hope that helps us they warm this winter or next winter if it's warm wherever you are right now, we'll wrap up today with a trick to keep you from choking under pressure choking is the thing. Researchers have actually studied for years they've found that we perform better the more. We have to gain. But only up to a certain point when we have too much to gain. We tend to mess up. Even if we're doing something we do every day. In other words, we choke. You might get sweaty palms or even feel nauseous, but choking is mostly a mental affliction the potential reward or loss of reward distracts you from the task at hand and your performance level drops choking shows up on brain scans as heightened activity in the ventral. Stratum that's the part of your brain where you analyze risk and reward. So November twenty eighteen a team of researchers from the California Institute of technology published a study on how to change your thinking to stop from choking. They gave participants hand eye coordination tests, which came with rewards ranging from zero to a hundred dollars for successfully completing the challenge in some cases, researchers asked participants to reimagined their situation or use what's called cognitive reappraisal strategy. The reward structure didn't change, but they were told to imagine the reward amount in cash already sitting in their pocket as they perform the task, basically, they imagined they already had that reward and participants choked substantially less when they used this reappraisal trick than when they thought of themselves as striving for a prize MRI scans also showed that reappraisal reduced the amount of activity in that risk and reward focused ventral stratum. It's not a perfect fix reappraisal didn't prevent all choking. But for an easy purely mental shift. It was a surprisingly. Effective antidote. So the next time you're trying for a major reward whether it's the World Series or a lifetime supply of chicken nuggets. Just imagine. It's already yours. You're not trying to prove you deserve. Something new. You're just confirming you deserve. What you have in the first place. This ad free. Episode was brought to you by our patrons special. Thanks to Bob. Buckley, read and Emily for your support on patriot. We really appreciate it. You can support curiosity. Daily to my mom just did. She did just visit our patriotic page at patriotair dot com slash curiosity dot com. All spelled out. No amount is too small. And we've got lots of cool bonus rewards to say thanks to our patrons. One more time. That's patriot dot com slash curiosity dot com. Join us again tomorrow for the award winning curiosity daily. Learn something new in just a few minutes. I'm Cody gov, and I'm Ashley Hamer and stay curious. On the Westwood One podcast network.

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PBS’ ‘Retro Report’ to link headlines, history; humor too

AP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

PBS’ ‘Retro Report’ to link headlines, history; humor too

"PBS is launching a weekly hour long series. This fall that will link headline making stories to their historical roots PBS says the magazine format program retro report will be hosted by journalists Celeste. He'd Lee and artist Masud Olifants humorist Andy Borowitz who writes for the New Yorker magazine will contribute a weekly segment PBS's cheap programming. Executive says retro report aims to provide insights and major stories as well as correct the record and expose

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