23 Burst results for "Character Based"

"character based" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:36 min | 4 months ago

"character based" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Audience and the greek audience is very character based audience and then being very character based audience Essentially john is showing in the entire story. Hey you got two people to vote. Jesus's friends be like peter. Don't be like judas. here's how it wound up for both of them and there's a redemption story at the end of john's book Somewhat autobiography biographical. But it's the redemption story of peter now of judas in it's because he's running to agree audience The same with the other stories as well. It depends on who the audience is. If you're writing as as mark most likely was to a jewish audience. You wanna cut out as many unnecessary people as possible. So when you've got the possessed man you're focused on one person not to people because Jewish literature of the time was very specific and very focused and ancillary details were tended to be left up. There are a lot of reasons for the variations in scripture. Now that being said if you listen to or read a lot of the critical scholarship on the bible you would come away thinking it's a bunch of hooey whether spiderman or others who are critical of scripture. Who don't believe it's the word of god who don't take it as a rural factual historic account They would they will twist it. They will emphasize disagreements and they will downplay the two thousand years of orthodox consensus on. Why why is it. The story of lazarus in the rest of scripture. Why isn't it there. Why is he only mentioned in john's account Win jonah's is very very specific. It is that particular incident. The raising of lazarus that caused the jews to wanna kill. Christ well the answer is. Because john was written late in john's life well after all the other gospels had been written and it is exceedingly likely most likely in the early church leaders said it was so that you had to wait for the reveal of lazarus into lazarus was dead like naturally debt or the romans who exterminated jesus.

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"character based" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:25 min | 4 months ago

"character based" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Mascara exactly a lot of these people as opposed to be nine years old. And they they they don't they hate. Don't even go. No didn't have no money to do this shit. Yeah john pepper. The funny thing is ken leong. His hair actually is gray. And it's died black for this movie. And i thought i just thought okay. What's the perfect time. Wash the blackout of his hair and let it let see. That never really happens. No no they. These motherfuckers didn't have any money to do that what they did was. I'll tell you where they did a good job. The did a great job cast these kids. They can't go through three stages of age in in all all three stages look good like these kids looked like each other through all that but when they had to come in and make these people you know give them like old man faces ball heads and laying off fuck. That can even go to the tyler. Perry weeks get them in thick all. Did people got it. Just took a sharp in jerusalem rankled move real slow cross the fuck man no. Nobody's buying it. You know but i do agree with you. Making this more character based probably would have been if you don't want to go a shallow as happened. The gore and know making this kind of freak is straightforward. Have fun harvey'll. You wanna make it more character base than fine. You could have done that. You could completely done that but you know what made you care more about the characters and the characters would you. Would you would have been more best in the movie. Probably more frayed but the characters is so flat that you just don't care about them that much. Not potential wasn't there. There's some funny lines here when he obvious. Point out some of the things that with thinking a little weird as kids that are going around. Yeah like kim wasn't akin leong here. Yeah there's a there's a moment where they come in. The alex wolff his escape when his character to join called stars. Paul net weirdness. On by which you mean. And they're just of like a fucking listen. Everything's gonna be. Okay what's your name. I'm trent this is my sister maddocks. How old are you guys. I guess i'm good at this. You're eleven right trent. Six no delays. Cookbook.

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"character based" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:25 min | 4 months ago

"character based" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Mascara Exactly a lot of these people are supposed to be ninety years old. And they they they they don't they. Don't even go gray. No it's like y'all have no money to do this shit pepper thing. Is ken leong. His hair actually is gray. And it's died black for this movie. And i thought i just thought okay. What's the perfect time to wash the blackout of his hair. And let it let us see. That never really happens. No no these motherfuckers just didn't have any money to do that what they did was. I'll tell you where they did a good job. They did a great job. Cast in these kids go through three stages of agent in in all all three stages look good like these kids looked like each other through all that but they had to come in here and make these people give them like old man faces ball heads and fuck that. Y'all can even go to the tyler. Perry and get them in. All he did was when people got old. They just took a sharp in jerusalem wrinkles and they had to move real slow. Crows fuck man. Nobody's buying it But i do agree with you making this more character based probably would have been you enough if you don't wanna go shallow as the gore and you know making this. Just kind of a freak is straightforward. Have fun hartfield. You wanna make it more character based than fine. You could have done that. You could have completely have done that but you know. Now what made you care more about the characters and the characters would you. Would you would have been one best in the movie in probably more afraid but the characters the so flat that just don't care about them. That much not that the tinsel wasn't there there's some funny lines here when he pointed out the obvious point out some of the things that with thinking. I'm be a little weird. Ask kids that are going around. Like kin wasn't akin leon. Yeah yeah there's a. There's a moment where they come in the alex wolf his escape when his character to join goldstar. Weirdness tom by which you mean which you ocupation. And they're just kind of like onto these fucking. Everything's gonna be okay. what's your name. i'm trend. This is my sister. Matic's how old are you guys. I guess i'm good at this. You're eleven right trent. I am six. No cookbook.

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"character based" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

02:35 min | 4 months ago

"character based" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Before i let you go. I've got a couple of questions from book. Club members is sourced. I'd have you here all day. If i asked all their questions. 'cause they just so enjoyed this book you this is from paula. She says i love the dry. Wit combined with sensitive topics are any of the characters based on people. You know by the way ninety two. I want echo that that sometimes when we deal with really sensitive topics bullying gender identity. All of it. It's a little heavy handed..

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"character based" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

Therapy for Black Girls

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"character based" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

"What do you think we can do. Donna as a community to begin or continue to change the conversation around like light skin and pretty hair so to speak being the only things that are deemed attractive. What you said is so true. We definitely started so isa raise. Insecure shows us different spectrum of beauty. The black panther of course showed a completely different spectrum of beauty. But some of that is what we are going to do for ourselves as individuals as well as how we're gonna relate to one another so number one you know like the judgment of someone's character based on their hair got the stop because was often is happening is someone is saying someone with light skin. And there's no the silkier hair and they're saying their stuff up from like well. You don't know that you haven't had a conversation with them already. Assuming a character trait based on what you see just like. There's an assumption that if you are dark skin with kinky hair that somehow you are lazy and not willing to take pride in your appearance so that judgment of character based on the hair and our skin tone. That's part of what needs to sort of stop. We need to take stock of why we are feeling and thinking this way and figure out whether or not this thought even originated with us. Because what i'm finding is that for most people is not what they think i. It's what someone else thought that. They have adapted as their own

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What Influences How We See Ourselves & Others?

Therapy for Black Girls

01:32 min | 4 months ago

What Influences How We See Ourselves & Others?

"What do you think we can do. Donna as a community to begin or continue to change the conversation around like light skin and pretty hair so to speak being the only things that are deemed attractive. What you said is so true. We definitely started so isa raise. Insecure shows us different spectrum of beauty. The black panther of course showed a completely different spectrum of beauty. But some of that is what we are going to do for ourselves as individuals as well as how we're gonna relate to one another so number one you know like the judgment of someone's character based on their hair got the stop because was often is happening is someone is saying someone with light skin. And there's no the silkier hair and they're saying their stuff up from like well. You don't know that you haven't had a conversation with them already. Assuming a character trait based on what you see just like. There's an assumption that if you are dark skin with kinky hair that somehow you are lazy and not willing to take pride in your appearance so that judgment of character based on the hair and our skin tone. That's part of what needs to sort of stop. We need to take stock of why we are feeling and thinking this way and figure out whether or not this thought even originated with us. Because what i'm finding is that for most people is not what they think i. It's what someone else thought that. They have adapted as their own

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Accent Bias and the Myth of Comprehensibility

Immigrantly

08:22 min | 9 months ago

Accent Bias and the Myth of Comprehensibility

"Few weeks back. I brought up. The topic of accent buys on our social media pages. I talked about how. I was initially worried about weather. My accent would be an obstacle in launching a podcast. The way i see it in bias is pretty much everywhere. And it is perpetuated through american pop culture for instance. I'm sure a lot of you remember up from the simpsons. Thank you gumming. A and you see whether igloo hot to lean to order geodesic. Dome there's no structure. I have been through which. I'd rather call my home. Where i i've you would. I'll search. But now i've come through law your quirks maggie with her eyes so bright mart with hair. My gun philosophize box set depth. That spinning former story about this one nella leaks. Quickey might not hear that part. Yeah that one now walkways. A quintessential stereotypical character based on a white basins interpretation. What an indian soundly or sounds like. There's no denying that apu was funny but the problem is that most of us were laughing at apple rather than laughing with the character may have appeared harmless but it caused a lot of distress to people were already struggling to simulate or kids of immigrants will perpetually believed in schools to be honest. It's not just the media even. Ai has an accent bias. I can go on and on about how apple siri continues to discipline me to speak as in weeks so do google home alexa now. Apple and is do claim to have inclusive voice recognition systems. But i don't think that is true but coming back to my social media post. We had a tremendous response from your on this topic so many if you chimed in on the conversation on the different aspects of exim bias and many of you expressed interest in hearing an episode on the topic. Well ask and you shall receive our guest. Today is someone who's short to bring an expansive perspective on the topic of accent bias. Professor which occur borsi is a licensed speech language pathologists to ditches at california state university fullerton in the communication sciences and disorders department as linguist. His research has been featured in a multitude of scholarly journals. You're listening to immigrants. I'm your host saadia the hunt these kids in a very subtle manner. When they're speaking english to you they might allow more of their first language. If at all there is any remnant first language left them with you so they will sound little different with you. Listen to them when they are talking to a person who was born and brought up here in america. Thank you for coming on immigrants. I am so excited. Do have this particular conversation with you messiah. So what we're going to talk about today is so intrinsic to who i am and how i view myself so it is personal but before we dive in. Can you tell us about how you entered the world of linguistics. I was a student of speech and hearing science in mumbai. India and of course i was dealing with kids and adults with communication disorders speech in hearing both then one of my teachers who was a linguist from johnny. I got very motivated to understand the intricacies off language than how each every would of sound in different combination can evoke all sets of biochemical responses within us for example. You hear a single word you start crying you hear another set of sounds come catinat together. You raged you feel loved. These are biochemical responses. That are happening. So i was very curious to understand the so-called power behind those acoustic signals. So that's how it started. And then of course the psycholinguistics bod was an integral part of everything. And how did you end up in the us so once. I finished my masters in linguistics from bombay university. I started doing some social work on his work then. I came here to do to do my doctoral degree. In speech physiology with a special interest in cross linguistic interaction where one language than influence the language and back and forth. How that interaction goals. And how that is reflected in our muscle movement so that helped area of signs motivated me to come here under my phd. Let's stock about the accent bias. That's something that i have recently become more aware of. Although i would say this. I am very proud of my accent. I don't have any issues with it. But i didn't realize how it impacted my interactions with other people and i feel like before we talk about accent bias. In general we need to address the fact that much off. Our framework of the conversation is because english as the language has this global linguistic cloud right And i assume that is the result of clooney lysm and imperialism. In your opinion wral us think there are certain accent privileges that are tied to specific languages. That have an easier time. Pronouncing english are being phonetically close or closer to english. Language for instance people from western europe or european population in general. The they have an accent. Privledge it is sensitive to where you are geography located at that particular point. In time you are. Who are you surrounded. What's the kind of people their socioeconomic and in addition to that as you have mentioned the history of colonization people coming from india versus another person. Speaking english from italy person. Speaking english from italy with a very distinct influence of their mother tongue in english will probably get more exotic advantages. Yeah even a person in the film industry even the bosom from the media industry but remember these are anecdote in some of my papers. I have mentioned that some social scientists they have mentioned it extensively that he has indeed. It's highly variable and that any ability is not bradley exclusive related to the history. It could also be related to the economic status of that particular country at this point in time how closely that particular country is a related to the powerful countries for example. If i'm one of those american power house and i'm viewing bosom from a country. Become we enjoy very good affiliation versus. If i'm conflicted with that particular country dose factors do influence my overall perception of that particular

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"character based" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"character based" Discussed on Pantheon

"Seem to have a very casual comfortable a holding a microphone and managing the cable right like that part of it certainly seems practiced me if maybe not rock and roll lead singer but he certainly not swinging around by its cable and a doing to any antics with it but he i mean i don't see him being freddie mercury with yeah know and we certainly we certainly have gosh their most popular song rhapsody where you would go from playing piano to say up. Same the rest of the song but But you know part of what jeff's doing as right. He is standing up to you. Know at same time getting the microphone officer off the stand you know and and the court even you Kind of you know making it jump you know around around the corner of the of the of the keyboard but yeah i mean how how and upholding it. I think i think works really. Well i mean it's you know any puts his arm up unit. You know and it's in the only thing i have with that aspect though is i like i like it but just from being our side of the where the camera is that. It's a little bit. You know covering his mouth. And that's that's the big reason to do it. Oh i guess yeah because the same thing house kind of wondered kind of wondered if it might be like character based or because obviously you know russel's the more popular of the two and if if jeffs stage presence may be isn't as sexy new and you know he's obviously he's a competent singer. You know you. You watch the difference between jason. Lee's physicality and billy courteous physicality in you know billy's got the the rock guitar. God thing kind of going and I don't get that much from jason. So it's kinda. Why ask. Because i was curious like if it was character based if you thought it was character based or if you thought it was you know just jason lee or just the the blocking or you know whatever. It happened to be here story based or.

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Biden and Trump spar in final election debate.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

03:07 min | 1 year ago

Biden and Trump spar in final election debate.

"Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, renewed his attacks on Donald Trump's handling of the corona virus pandemic at last night's final debate seeking to bolster his lead in opinion polls with just twelve days to go until the November third election the televised encounter from Nashville. Tennessee. Represented one of the Republican trump's last remaining opportunities to reshape a campaign dominated by a pandemic the disc- killed more than two hundred, twenty, one thousand people in the United States and devastated the. Anyone who's responsible for that many deaths should not remain president of the United States of America Biden said. Trump was far more restrained than at the first debate when he aggressively talked over Biden, defended his approach to the outbreak and claims the worst the pandemic was in the past showing no emotion or regret for the mounting death toll we're rounding the corner said trump who has played down the virus from months it's going away he said falsely. Opinion polls show most Americans disapprove of the president's response to the virus. Several US states including the election swing state of Ohio reported record day increases. In covid, nineteen infections on Thursday evidence. The pandemic is accelerating though trump trails former vice president biden significantly in national polls the contest is much tighter in some battleground states where the election will likely be decided. Trump was pressed on why Americans? Should support him if they're concerned about his comments on racial issues such as black lives matter I am the least racist person in this room trump insisted biden responded by saying trump was one of the most racist presidents we've had modern history. He pause fuel on every single racist fire Biden said noting trump started his two thousand sixteen campaign by attacking Mexicans as rapists. This guy is a dog. Whistle. About as big as a foghorn. Biden said Biden made a character based pitch for his candidacy saying he was anxious to see the results of the presidential election. The character of this country is on the ballot are character is on the ballot. Biden said relatively few voters have yet to make up their minds and trump's window to influence. The outcome may be closing a record forty seven. Million Americans have already cast ballots eclipsing total early voting from two thousand, sixteen election in the final minutes of the debate when the candidates were finally asked what they would do to address the climate crisis trump offered an alternate reality in his world fossil fuels clean and renewable power is problematic. His administration has cleaned up the Aaron water despite rolling back protections. Biden, presented a climate plan a sober. Of where humanity stands cooling climate change an existential threat that we will pass a point of no return for within eight years.

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"character based" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"character based" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Way they were framed. Nigerian novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie spoke about this in a tech talk. The Palestinian poet Marie Barghouti writes that if you want to dispossess the people, the simplest way to do it is to tell their story and to start with. Secondly Start the story with the arrows of the Native Americans and not with the arrival of the British And you have an entirely different story. Start the story with the failure off the African state on lattes with the colonial creation of the African state, and you have an entirely different story. Incomplete or poorly framed narratives are only part of the problem. There are also concerns about characters based on grotesque stereotypes. You can see how this works and not just in novels but another farms of storytelling. In breakfast at Tiffany's, The 1961 movie based on a Truman Capote novella, The actor Mickey Rooney, who is white, plays a character based on racist stereotypes about Asian people. His clumsy with buck teeth and coke bottle glasses. His name is mister and he is a Japanese man who lives upstairs from Audrey Hepburn's Holly Golightly. Darling, I am sorry, but I lost my key. What the wings of Oh, you cannot wander deeper into my bell. You just double me. You must have a key made We won't do any good. I just gives them all stories like this shape the way Asians was seen not just in the movies but in real life. Bumbling, awkward, shortsighted. What they gone with the wind. In the white fantasy land of the story. Black slaves serve their masters with pleasure and often had fun is good. I said. It's quitting time at the formal ID, the one says what? It's quitting time at Tara. Couldn't on button..

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"character based" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"character based" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Thousand people expected to take part in this trial nationwide escrow gross to today but the regular sized box of band you mama Rachel managed care he was created back in nineteen ninety it was based on a former slave over the years several women have greater in commercial simplicity tors including one woman from brown county the tombstone of Rosa Washington riles in the red oak Presbyterian church cemetery near Ripley and sent to mime a written on it inside the church there's an exhibit of aunt Jemima memorabilia related to the pancake mix rows of the former slave or self instead of playing at Jemima while working as a servant to Quaker oats executive in the thirties Quaker road says the characters based on racial stereotyping the help by eliminating the brand the help make progress toward racial equality I'm Brian combs newsradio seven doubled up let's sit down Wall Street find out how stocks did yesterday the S. and P. five hundred gave up an early gain and ended slightly lower down eleven points and ended a three day winning streak as did the Dow down a hundred seventy the nasdaq gained fifteen points treasury yields held steady in oil prices ended lower the S. and P. indexes climbed back within eight percent of its record set in February but even with three days of gains the index still hasn't clawed back the ground it lost in a six percent drop last Thursday Amtrak will cut service starting October first on most of its long distance routes nationwide to three times a week instead of the current daily service because ridership has fallen so much during the corona virus pandemic the head of the real passengers a association advocacy group says the cuts will hurt long term demand heard says it's put plans to sell five hundred million dollars worth of stock on hold because the offering is being reviewed by the securities and exchange commission the car rental company filed for bankruptcy protection last month chucks Iverson ABC news and I'm Robert carpenter your next update at twelve thirty.

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"character based" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"character based" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"By having sloppy journalism again with Joe Biden right now all right I don't know I I don't know in their hearts if they're trying to do it right this time or would you just because you're not as enthusiastic about ruining Brighton as they were about a conservative Cavanaugh but it it definitely seems like the media is not some running with this story from this read woman accusing Joe Biden in the same way that they ran with a whole bunch of crackpots were accusing Cavanaugh I'm not including and and has evolved in the crackpot I'm not including her and even the on none of us letters and such that you could even you could not identify a crackpot it was just out of the ether I will tell you this and if you're of the left there are two possibilities either the wildly irresponsible Lynch mob attacks on Kavanagh's character based on the flimsy ist of of evidence it was deliberate in which that is some throat slit in politics man that is a brutal brutal pile the stakes are high or indeed or they just got swept up in their emotions I think it would either that would be a serious learning moment I would hope I think that's what happened yeah I think it was just it was the peak of the whole me too just run with every story so many of them turned out to be true some but now that we've got a congressional aide who told friends at the time specifically what happened a judge of the current account it was just a few years ago as opposed to an incredibly hazy high school memory forty years gone around he's ninety now you're not being given any coverage was ninety three that's not just a few years ago that's that's quite a while but the the Joe Biden thank yeah that's ninety three and they're off okay so what was twenty seven years yeah you're right you're right I misspoke this one is more credible though then the the the boss he for one I mean she can come up with a time and a place and you know other people can cooperate to the the people being in the same room I mean it's it's got but it's still not enough to destroy a person over there are we in the it's in the eye of the voter I think you report the allegation perhaps and leave it alone now anyway unlike the cabin all which haunts which was one of the more shameful moments in the history of American a journalism and politics Joe hates it when we do news things that should be an advertisement but there is a new iPhone dropping that I'm excited about I've actually been waiting for this iPhones will mention it among other things was one of the wealthiest country good companies on earth Jack if they want to buy advertising they know how the radio business is hurting apple by some advertising I will not participate in this prostituting at a show send me a phone in the mail will give you my address apple federal your.

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Pete Davidson's Shady Ex

Nightly Pop

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Pete Davidson's Shady Ex

"There are two things we know about Pete. Davidson one has a very big penis and to. He's pretty open about his Arianna Guerande especially in his new interview with Charlemagne the God those shade at the grammys. I'm sure she was living again. Like all I get it. That's her job like you know she has to. That's her aura. She has like music to it and stuff I get it so like I hope. People feel the same way about my jokes. Misery on the ground is some points line. Here's a couple But you know stand ups part of my life. That was a highly publicized thing. Feel like she got her fair run her fair stab at it. I think that's a fair game. That is outlet. That's that's how he expresses himself. Comedy comes for life experiences. What you joke about. I think you're You know you'd be doing it wrong if you didn't talk about what's going on in your life. I mean if I dated share you know I would not keep that out of my stand back. Because that's that's what's happening with me and yes that is me putting that out there. Where's my share camshaft? You're listening. I'm six one kind of I don't have enough lane on my life. You left you hard at that and if you're listening on twitter or come on this show. Does she shot? I mean look. I've known you for Awhile. We we started saying we're on the same time and and you know he's told me very candidly about a lot of his relationship is well. We were both very high so I forgot most of it but I think he's. He's kind of a what you see is what you get guy which I I love about. That's the kind of the theme though when you date a public figure. If you even if you date an actor or data writer you might end up in a book or you might end up in the script. We could see you on the big screen character based on you if you date a comedian like I've dated a comedian in the past. And he never named me. You know what I mean but I knew loosely talking about me and it was like me. Who's the comedian? Can you say I'm not going to say? How did you hear what you saw when he was talking about state lottery? I don't care what he's saying he's lying anyway.

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"character based" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

The Win-Win Effect

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"character based" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

"Hello and welcome to the win win affect podcast with your host Chris. Ross this is the show for anyone that wants to drive product tippety and maximize potential in any industry. Let's take a moment. Have you ever wondered about the psychology behind the persuasive marketing. Driving you to take action sometimes sometimes on products you never thought people would buy full. That's just what makes this podcast. Stand out from the others on these episodes crispell breakdown. Proven Vince strategies that his companies use to respectably enroll prospective students into the correct programs to achieve overall business success success and fulfillment in life. You will get a rare centralized look into both sides of the bias seller relationships that I'm sure anyone anyone tuning in will receive massive value from to implement instantly there are huge quantities of information on material from companies. Just just trying to sell products but not many giving you the right information on how to build companies from solid foundations focusing on customers actually winning as the outcome. The win win effect. PODCAST is a character based code for human interaction and collaboration in business. Time is the only non renewable resource in life. So with this podcast the outcome is designed to bring you value to make it worth if your time. Happy Monday body and welcome back to another episode of the wind would affect.

"character based" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

The Win-Win Effect

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"character based" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

"Receive massive value from to implement instantly there are huge quantities of information on material from companies just trying to sell products but not many giving you the right information on how to build companies from solid foundation's focusing on customers actually winning as the outcome the win win effect podcast is a character based code for human interaction an collaboration in business time is the only non renewable resource in life so with this podcast the outcome is design mind to bring you value to.

"character based" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"character based" Discussed on KGO 810

"Scene this Peter Sellers character based on the I guess it based on Edward teller in which there is a discussion and the bunker there about the command center about you know the this scenario of winning a nuclear war yeah it's like sort of a acceptable losses under on some scenarios I I guess I just didn't realize until I read this book that there really were folks who were discussing at discussing that option and and how we'd be in a much better spot after a nuclear exchange and and I had never heard of the Daniel Ellsberg connection to that scenario can you share that story with us yeah I've been sitting on records best known for leaking the Pentagon papers but you know he for years was a was a serious national security analyst that access to high level papers and documents about nuclear war strategy in the late fifties early sixties and you know it was nineteen sixty one to get a hold of you know for the eyes the president only document that spelled out US war plans and and now with the simply bomb everyone in the event of an attack and even just there they were listing you know hundred million people that Mr in Europe but a hundred million probably in western Europe based off though over obviously hundred million in Russia but also trying to to even though they might not even be connected to that kind of attack and and that was added up to hundreds of millions of that that was probably a lesser man under up and when Daniel's works all this or he was just really shocked to the core the idea that someone could just write this down in black and white as if it were a logical war strategy actually ends up when he was working on coming up it research copy now he also took copies of those papers and he was going to release them as well but there's always a lot of heat after those that are in our favor to the release of a given with brother in upstate New York for safe keeping the brother buried them in the back of the yard there's a hurricane and then washes them out they're lost and I was really good for you well for because there's as much trouble you can be with them for being what the Pentagon papers you within far greater peril prison time and you know as well have they discover that you've taken up as well but you know now you spent a lot of time it is there's a lady this point talking about the threat talking you know reminding us that still haven't gone away you know and and well we've we've we've reduced in some ways it's far from disappeared and yet it's got a phone operator altogether you're revealing only ever hear about it with our north three or so forth you really think about the fact that the United States or Russia still to have you know thousands of people were at port at each other and their stuff to go very quickly in the event something going wrong and that should really scare us frankly but in the end was kind of become the focus on other things yeah I I think you report that the number of nukes nuclear weapons have gone reduced because of treaties and agreements shop from seventy thousand or so down about fourteen thousand nuclear weapons which is great but we've now exited our nuclear treaties we got Vladimir Putin boasting about these new super weapons these hypersonic unstoppable weapons just off a week ago there's a giant explosion in a Russian missile factory that we think was a likely attest to some new advanced system that didn't work out this is this is a real threat we're not shooting at Russians so we're not battling them over the Berlin Wall anymore but clearly they're preparing for something absolutely you know and then I think it is interesting in the in the immediate days of the Cold War was United States it was kind of counting on the idea of having a nuclear arsenal to counter a much bigger so the conventional military and so we made a very clear you know if we solved tanks rolling you know cross the the the are heard we would respond with nuclear weapons no it's kind of it your source around out there the U. S. conventional military vastly superior to Russia both in terms of the overall skill and technology and certainly in budget through the Soviets or the Russians actually are the ones counting on you go up into the back drop you know so they're the ones threatening like we could you know we could do that made up of something you know something goes conventional they're not concerning his you know it our our nuclear weapons system is not in great shape either you know there's a lot of problems with it in terms of both personnel and the technology being used but I'd be much more concerned with obviously with current Russian we saw that with this apparent accident and went off the missile you know recently this this month and I would be very conservative our system is not ready for the rigors of that and that maximize began a chance of something going wrong is if you have one mistake the system is set up to respond quickly quickly you know the ethics those thirty minutes or not to be on to get from Russia to the west that leaves very little time stay if you expect the launcher you Texans are about to authenticate it and then respond and we saw many from the cold for just that happening you know mistaken launchers for launching factor but they were initially standards such and you actually if you in being sort of make a decision in the moments of not respond yeah there's one act incident during the Cuban Missile Crisis we'll talk about that on the other side and then I want to ask you where we are on the doomsday clock now and then get into disease and biotechnology a lot of existential threats still to come as we talk with Brian Walsh about his book end times here on coast to coast R. 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"character based" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"character based" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Show and I'm sitting here with my guest for the hour mark Handcock who is the head the C. E. O. of trail life USA mark welcome and I am looking at the book you just handed me the handbook real life USA the trail men's handbook for navigators and adventurous sixth to twelfth grade and I'm flipping through here and I'm not kidding this makes me want to be a boy again and to join trail life USA because it is so it is intoxicating just the chapters you have you know nature hiking camping cooking rope work fitness first aid Aquatics citizenship leadership your heritage relationships I think this is just a dream and I know this is the answer to the prayers of so many parents but I've got to ask you before we continue talking about trail life USA can people buy the handbook how do you how do you get a hand can you buy this on online ordering online but by the hymn book at a at a website trail life USA dot com I think at the time says shop or something like that but it's not available like on that point and over the comm rams on dot com I don't think so why the heck not because when we publish ourselves for members primaria well still hi I think because it's just so cool if people want to see what this is it really is and they get a copy of this book it really it is cool and makes me want to be a boy yeah through this I'm just thrilled you guys are doing this a fast same book to read because it is the the the it's not a handbook like a little thing ability checklist Sir or whatever here sent a compass your badges or things like that although we do our robust awards program but this is like this book the tone is almost like you're sitting down with your with your wise I'm calling he's talking to you about being a boy in and growing up in the things you're going to counter the channel channels if you're gonna have and how to how to engage in the outdoors as it really is it really is a a nicely that that's far older boys and navigators aventure programs middle grade and high school but I also have woodlands trail which is our elementary age group we started kindergarten go up go up all the way through twelfth grade woodlands trail book they have their own handbook for their age and also includes stories in the back my bed time story the parents we didn't have character based stories about characters who live in the in in in the woods and and I'll I'll I just love this I mean it up so woodlands trail is the K. through fifth grade version of trail life USA if you think in the boy scout model they had the cub scouts and they had boys counts yeah ours is different because it's it's a single trip and so you starting kindergarten you stay in that one troop all the way through to to twelfth grade but we have breaks in that because you're what instrument the younger boys need a different type of program it's a different program they were the words are different like they are in them quicker because they need that feedback a lot faster they're working on knowledge acquiring knowledge in the middle grade boards a working on taking that knowledge in gaining understanding of it and then the high school boys are working on on on worst in applying that knowledge and understanding so it's a classical model of bringing boys to to maturity the start with the knowledge because when they're young they can learn a lot and grab all kinds of information they mature in their understanding why they have the knowledge and then they're applying that knowledge so it's the that's the model from proverbs talks on knowledge and understanding and wisdom and how that grows grows a man well really this just sounds amazing and I I remember you know not to denigrate the boys because the boys gets have recently become something that is not faithful to the tradition because there's so many people who grew up boys scouts and it's one of the greatest parts of their life and I think that it does feel like a betrayal to many of those people that that the current Boy Scouts has gone you know drank the cool aid and is a kind of swimming in the cultural stream rather than against the cultural stream because when the culture goes wrong you need to you know you need to stay right and they they really have done it because I think so many people grew up and the Boy Scouts and some eagle scouts that I know it was the one of the greatest parts of their life and that's why I am just so excited that they can still have that for their kids through what you are doing now were you in scouting as a kid no I wasn't my sons were in scouting my older son this eagle scout and then we left before my my younger son mistake was able to progress but in the end trail if we have the freedom award which is our highest our highest honor and and and trilogy essay but but yeah you know amazing legacy the Boy Scouts has with we have a lot of men who involved organization who who like you said that they felt a sense of betrayal but but they love being a trail life because allows an engaging what it is that they remember growing up and yeah it's a restoration of of of of of the goodness of a male centric environment and challenging those those types of things that they encounter there so they get to go back in and do that again we have a lot of former eagle scouts we actually allow eagle scouts transfer in and then there's some things that they go through for about a year and a half or so and they can achieve the freedom award and I can transfer credits shoot you much right yeah yeah if you're into some of the things the same yeah if you've got a a hiking batch is very similar to a bachelor we offer but now the some something they're very different we have things like the values badges that you're not gonna find a boy scout to talk about family and what it is to be did they did boys because ever have anything like that like if we go back fifty or seventy years the boys get have anything along those lines they really did and here's the vantage of starting something in this culture as we got to look at back at a hundred and three years of Boy Scouts history and say but but you know we're forged in the fires of of this cultural battle and so we are we are set against any kind of of departure from our from our mission then have their fans when they started when they talk about god if I knew who god what's when they talked about it being a Christian experience everybody knew what that was but along the way that the kind of lost touch so it was sort of points counts were originally actually Christian in some way it's almost like they didn't have to say because you're in a culture where everybody was Christian what year were they found that they were founded in Lansing nineteen eleven yeah yeah it it reminds me of what you know when I think of the muscular Christianity of people like teddy Roosevelt I mean there was something in the culture that was extraordinarily healthy and beautiful and it was assumed but as you know and I know and most people listening no it did kind of we kind of drifted interested interested until you get to a point of sheer absurdity so well so so what happens I mean if somebody has a kid who's you know in third grade and they if you have twenty thousand members across the country that's not a huge amount in the sense that the potential is staggering so a lot of people I think maybe would if they want to get involved they would have to maybe start a trail life USA chapter Colin chapter we call a trip a troupe in in their neck of the woods and so what what that consist of if somebody says yeah I I'm up for this or maybe a couple of guys I know movie partner together as dad to do something like this what would they have to do yeah it takes about five adults in a charter an organization or charter an organization is ninety nine percent times gonna be a church is someone who has a has a Christian is specifically Christian mission there that agrees with a string of faith in a statement values and that's the chartering organization then it takes the adults to to to to come together and form the basic core and then and then they start inviting poison off running it we we have a volunteers across the country that assist in the process though the help troops start up they've been through the been through it before they can help the troops got up and started so you have lots of personal contact very volunteer centric him with that many members we only have about twenty people on staff but we have hundreds of volunteers across the country who are serving in these roles of helping people start troops Sir are helping them to understand the processes of the of the program yeah and and how have you been able to get the word out around the country about trail life USA I mean that what what's you have you have you been able to do that it from a from marketing standpoint from primarily social media but there's been a lot of media opportunities and then there's also been just a lot of word of mouth your work we're in somewhat of an outdoor community and people tend to find find each other and they they know what's they know what's going on but sick primarily social media and word of mouth through through churches and through tonight nations were teller telling the church's chicken out have you been on I know you've done media you've done family life radio Dennis rainy and you've done James Dobson's family talk and vaccinations Todd Starnes Starnes country have been Starnes country have a yes but it's kind of cool that that you're able to get the word out like that but I'm I'm that much happier the and get the word out on this program because I know they're tons of people listening right now who had not heard about this and this is just so key it's important I always say that you know if you want to invest in the country invest in the young man these are the leaders of tomorrow the fathers of tomorrow it is so important the husbands of tomorrow we need to invest in these boys and this is very big for me I wrote my book seven men because of this basically which is why when I heard about you I was just so so thrilled now people go to trail life USA dot com or will they find their conservation on how to how to start a trooper how to find.

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"character based" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"character based" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Three five FM. Explain again, how Trump is trying to reorder America's place in position in the world in the monologue segment of the next hour right now, we have a thirteen year old Evan fan and reader of the rush revere time travel adventures in American history book series, of course, written by me. This is Vivian. She is from central Michigan hurt ten years old. And it's really great to have you on the program to Vivian. How are you? I couldn't be better could not be better since you called. I have a question about Russia. Vir? If pressure via actually went back in time and actually helped out with like the midnight ride with Paul revere and met George Washington hunt that with the tea party thing why written down as one of the American history heroes. Why wasn't rush revere written about as a great hero in American history? What a great question. Well because rush revere is a fictional character. Based on me. I'm talking about like like in the when he comes back with hunting Cam in the actual time. He's in. Why wasn't he written down in like in the book? All why didn't just because they were sworn to secrecy. They was an an also there's something else that comes up in the first book in rush revere in the brave pilgrim's revere made it a point of we had it as a philosophy writing the books. These people could not actually do anything to change history. Now, they couldn't I could not be recorded as ever having been there. Get that. Now, right. This is a this is one of the standard operating truths of time travel. If you ever do it, you can't change what happened if you if you could time travel, if you could go back to when you were ten something happened that you didn't like to go back when you were ten inch. You couldn't do if you did that you would upset you would change everything that happened from that day forward everybody that had anything to do with you couldn't do it. And so offers like me who engage in the time travel device understand that are characters that time travel cannot have anything to do with altering or changing the events nor can their time there ever be acknowledged. Okay. It's just a device that we came up with two rather than right? Dull books about history with events dates? Rush revere in liberty and the gang from the school are a way of taking you the reader back to the events as though you are living them as a way of learning them rather than just having the stuff recited to you statistics facts in the in the in the book, and I would save Ian that your question indicates it at work because you really into this. They went back there. So why aren't they written about in history books in such a great question? I'm glad you call. We'll send you special stuff from liberty in the revere people if you'll hang on. So we can get your address..

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"character based" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"character based" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Did you write any of this character based on you? Now. No, the character is based on nobody. I knew not even Louis. I wanted to make it a unique character. And so yeah, no. It wasn't on me. You never know you never know, you know, certain things might sneak in there. But the emotion behind it was based on some things that Lewis had said, you know, just the beauty of the relationship between the dog and the man it's just it's really an incredible relationship. Well, I think our I think our audience would be really it's kind of like a dual book if they had one they should read the other one, you know, the idea of you know, till Tuesday. I can remember my interview with him with Lewis. And you know, it was just such a powerful interview so committed to each other, and that you know, that what what he had done. Probably would have happened a lot sooner because he had had Tuesday in his life. And and the idea of Chauncey does does for your protagonist is very similar. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it really transformed. And you know, he really finds that he can't live without the dog. I mean, it is everything to him. And you know, it's it's sad. Because you know, a third of the vets come home back with PTSD and in in less than forty percent of the Mavericks seek treatment. You know, there's this hopelessness fair that they have. And I think the solution comes with four pause and a wet nose. As one of them. It is one that's one of the things that we like to talk about on our program are all the options that that people have out there. It's not only the dogs. You bring in the trainer up Chauncey in here, which is very much like, you know, all of these different groups that are out there the pause or purple hearts, and so forth that are so devoted to their animals as well. And and she gets heavily involved in the chase. And and and all of the characters. All of the characters. But the vast majority of the characters are trying to reunite the dog with you know, with your with, Dan. And I just found that to be really an interesting story. And it was it was it was not a hard read. I mean, there is some scary parts in it and some very. Oh, yeah. Let's just say there are some really bad characters come through their family had to put them to put some bad bad dudes in the book, but they're not badly written characters are just bad guys. That's all no. It's just it's just you know there. There's a force that is against it. And it's not just a lot of dog Los out. There's some people at find his dog in and get this dog and in and see that it's worth a lot of money and try to make make some money out of it. And try to take advantage of that. No. And I mean, this it. My my writing professor at Stanford used to say, well, how did you feel about writing this? And it's all I love this. This is so easy to write. I loved it. I was smiling. He says, well, then is pure junk. He said, you know, when you write something that's gonna move your reader. You're gonna feel the two and Mr. the struggles that I wrote in this book were very painful the right? Because there were so real not necessarily me because I've never lost a dog. But it it it just I could feel it. And and I wanted to get the reader to feel it and most of the reader that I've talked to have talked to a lot of them online. And there's some reviews online and Amazon, and they just say thank you for writing. It was so frightening to read I couldn't I almost had to go to the ending to make sure she was going to be okay. I know. It was very tempting to skip to skip ahead. But I don't do that. So have you got there went to the ending is triumphant? NF lifting. Yes. In its own way. We want to tell you exactly what we want to encourage people to do. The name of the book is rescue the authors. Christopher dance, you can find it on our website veterans radio dot net..

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"character based" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"character based" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Script. I'll get yourself a little fountain pen. Wow. And this is considered simplified over the predecessor which was round hand. Which is what the declaration of independence is written that looks so useful. I think it's beautiful your calligrapher. It's a little rounded for me, like the elected ones with all the unnecessary lines. And frills and extras see this was considered simplify because it only uses seven different strokes. And so once you once you learn those, and that's what I'm learning right now, I stroke one is up into the right? Thirty degree angle though. Fifty two degrees angle stroke to is you don't want to hear. Fan being up social media. You're gonna last. Really bored easily. What else is new in the Google chain? What We were. we were. What were we talking about? We were talking about about assistant and the point. I was trying to get to before Matthew took us into the Leo forget what we got. Here was we were this mcluhan esque point, Matthew Canadian should should respect. This was how we were oral culture before oral immoral ultra rights, and and so you hear Google sane. How important voice is. And you see those at yes. And as far as reading this this this odd book, and because of the way we learn to read right taxes always been an intermediary a blockade when when you read you hear the words, you talk to yourself with the words, you it's everything is actually oral text was this weird exception to that. Yeah. And so the platforms are going to an oral based world it's slower and more efficient and inefficient in some ways. But in other ways, it requires no training know, you I know nothing else. Whereas Shane's are good enough to do it. But assistance are terrible at people with handling people. With accents men you've seen those videos of like Scottish people. Google the Google translation thing that they announcing for for assistant. I think has starts with something twenty seven languages. I I forget the number. But it's it's pretty impressive. The by the way, I was trying to because I'm reading these weird books. I was trying to translate Latin and used to be you couldn't get that in Google translate. You can let so is another sort of rabbit hole about the way that your brain functions and how that's tied to language. There's a fascinating sort of theory about character based languages versus in how and sort of image based languages, and how one encourages you to think in a specific way and the other so character based languages, the theory is that encourages you to split things up into incomprehensible units that only makes sense when their combined, and there's a there's some fascinating research about different languages, and how to kind of, you know, encourage you. Think in different ways so going back to an oral culture could have all sorts of you know, strain kind of repercussions. Yeah. We we've become very dependent then on the assistance on the sheet learning today. I because they're going to be the translators to subside there aren't humans on the other end of this. So so I think that'd be to see us. What's actually, that's one little important part of CS? I was trying to get us back on. Well, I welcome it from the other direction. And what are we doing right now, but we're doing oral AL content. A lot of people who listen to podcasts and even audiobooks speed them up almost all players affiliated double the speed or one and a half times the speed, and I talked to people all the time. When I when I'm in studio when they come in studio, and here is they say you all sound drunk..

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"character based" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"character based" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Script. I'll get yourself a little fountain pen. Wow. And this is considered simplified over the predecessor which was round hand. Which is what the declaration of independence is written that looks so useful. I think it's beautiful your calligrapher. It's a little rounded for me, like the elected ones with all the unnecessary lines. And frills and extras see this was considered simplify because it only uses seven different strokes. And so once you once you learn those, and that's what I'm learning right now, I stroke one is up into the right? Thirty degree angle though. Fifty two degrees angle stroke to is you don't want to hear. Fan being up social media. You're gonna last. Really bored easily. What else is new in the Google chain? What We were. we were. What were we talking about? We were talking about about assistant and the point. I was trying to get to before Matthew took us into the Leo forget what we got. Here was we were this mcluhan esque point, Matthew Canadian should should respect. This was how we were oral culture before oral immoral ultra rights, and and so you hear Google sane. How important voice is. And you see those at yes. And as far as reading this this this odd book, and because of the way we learn to read right taxes always been an intermediary a blockade when when you read you hear the words, you talk to yourself with the words, you it's everything is actually oral text was this weird exception to that. Yeah. And so the platforms are going to an oral based world it's slower and more efficient and inefficient in some ways. But in other ways, it requires no training know, you I know nothing else. Whereas Shane's are good enough to do it. But assistance are terrible at people with handling people. With accents men you've seen those videos of like Scottish people. Google the Google translation thing that they announcing for for assistant. I think has starts with something twenty seven languages. I I forget the number. But it's it's pretty impressive. The by the way, I was trying to because I'm reading these weird books. I was trying to translate Latin and used to be you couldn't get that in Google translate. You can let so is another sort of rabbit hole about the way that your brain functions and how that's tied to language. There's a fascinating sort of theory about character based languages versus in how and sort of image based languages, and how one encourages you to think in a specific way and the other so character based languages, the theory is that encourages you to split things up into incomprehensible units that only makes sense when their combined, and there's a there's some fascinating research about different languages, and how to kind of, you know, encourage you. Think in different ways so going back to an oral culture could have all sorts of you know, strain kind of repercussions. Yeah. We we've become very dependent then on the assistance on the sheet learning today. I because they're going to be the translators to subside there aren't humans on the other end of this. So so I think that'd be to see us. What's actually, that's one little important part of CS? I was trying to get us back on. Well, I welcome it from the other direction. And what are we doing right now, but we're doing oral AL content. A lot of people who listen to podcasts and even audiobooks speed them up almost all players affiliated double the speed or one and a half times the speed, and I talked to people all the time. When I when I'm in studio when they come in studio, and here is they say you all sound drunk..

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: Everything we know after the new Nintendo Direct

iMore

03:25 min | 3 years ago

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: Everything we know after the new Nintendo Direct

"In case you missed it yesterday, intendo held in direct and it was a pretty short. One is about, like just under half an hour. However, it was all about the super smash brothers ultimate, which is coming out in December for ten to switch. And I didn't think I could be anymore hypes for this game because all the stuff we got at e three about the fact that things we already knew that every care to it's every been in smash Bros in any rations metros before is going to be in this one. That they changed a lot of the the inconsistencies and problems that the we you've version had when it comes to. And this is more if if you're competitive player, but when it comes to. Distance for when you're hitting enemies and things like that. A lot of like mild Manusha that people, you know the meta that people who are competitive or want to be competitive in the competitive space kind of concern themselves about. But on top of that, they also at three, they had announced a new character Ridley from the from the metro games, which was villain in Sama's one, arch nemesis pretty much, and they kind of said at at e three, they were kind of like, you know, our big focus with this game was including all the heroes we've had before. So I hope you don't expect him into heroes. Well, then they come out yesterday and announced two new heroes right off the. So joining the fight is going to be Simon Belmont who anybody's ever played the old school platformer castle. Vania games should be excited about. Because is obviously the person who kills Dracula in castle fan. Spoiler alert there. Spoilers. Eighty six. More than more than twenty years. So Simon Belmont joined the fray and so has this one's kind of funny. I didn't expect this to happen, and I always get his name run, but king are rural. It's the lizard king from dot com. Okay. And he's joining the fight, which I feel is pretty awesome. I feel like he's a campy really campy villain that I would be interested to see what his move sets and stuff. We're going to be fun. On top of that. So that wasn't enough. They announce a couple more eco characters, which case you don't own an echo character is, is there like sorta like a clone their character based on other character. They mostly have a similar move sets, but they have some different animations and a little bit different timing. So they are slightly different, but they're not like a whole new character in the called eco. Kerr was character characters from echo the dolphin that game. So Krahn from the fire emblem series is going to be an echo of ROY also from the fire cities and dark Sama's is going to be an echo of SAM's and on one more thing that the announced got really excited about is asked a few more few new stages, but in total at the beginning, this isn't this isn't with any deal or anything at the beginning when you buy

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'Dora the Explorer' gets a live-action, teenager makeover in first film reveal

/Film Daily

03:49 min | 3 years ago

'Dora the Explorer' gets a live-action, teenager makeover in first film reveal

"E. let's talk a little bit about door the explorer, a live action door. The explorer movie is happening and we now have a first photo to prove it tell us what's going on. So for some reason, news of this movie has escaped my notice for the past year, I think, has a as Abella. Owner was cast as Dora the explorer as a teenage version of the character earlier this year in March. And now we have a first look at her character in the classic Dora the explorer outfit. So a pink t shirt or in shorts and a backpack. But this time she's a teenager. So the new Dora, the explorer movie follows Dora on a quote, unquote, the most dangerous adventure ever high school. But because this is the explorer, she finds herself on a an adventure with Diego and a ragtag group of teens to save her parents and solve them puzzle mystery behind a loss Inca civilization. So this is the character based on the bovid animated children's series Dora the explorer in which we have an eight year old bilingual explorer named Dora who goes on ventures and teaches kids how to speak in Spanish and other such useful t- knowledge. So. I've never seen the show. This is on long after I was a kid, but I know that as a pretty beloved property. And yeah, it's it's just I didn't know that this was becoming a movie and it's very interesting that they have is Bill moaner wearing the exact same outfit that the seven year old door a war. So. She's wearing like a cost play, kind of it looks like the the model for a Halloween costume. You know. Yeah, it does. My can't help, but think that this is going to become somewhat like the twenty twelve college humor parody. Have you guys seen that whole? It was like the Dora, the explorer movie, but it was a a sort of sexy reboot of the of the children's show. And it was area winter. If modern family wearing like this exact outfit and doing an an adventure with like an always speaking very sexy and everything, and it kind of gives me the same vise, even though I know this is a serious film, but I don't really know what to expect from this fill. So James bobbin who directed the Muppets is directing this movie, which gives me a little bit of hope that it won't be as bad as what I imagine that color the culture skit is because I really enjoyed the first month that movie, and I thought he did a great job with that. And that is also a property that you know had like a family friendly, sort of following to it. And I think he, he handled that material really well, I don't know. About this one. I'm not really familiar with moaners work as an actress, but Brad, I know that you've seen her in a transformers the last night. Is that correct? Yeah, and she is really the only one in that movie feels like she's giving her best performance and actually she got gives performance that's along those same believable lines as Shiloh Buffoni original transformers, and she really makes you buy into what's happening to the point that when I did my set visit for that movie, it kind of made me think, oh, they could totally built a franchise around here of this continued because she's she's really good. Mark Wahlberg at one point even called her little jaylo which is pretty, he's Denver Lopez who could actress in her own right as well. So yeah, I, I'm not necessarily interested in the door. They split movie that that was well past much out that year. I am more familiar with it because I do have a sister who was growing up around the time door. The explorer was popular, so I know probably more characters I should from that show.

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