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Fresh update on "club " discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

00:31 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "club " discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"Then i've been listening to arlo. Parks album collapsed in sunbeam's cut Are the perks is a british musician. And then she was featured on exposure recently for her song black dog and can hear the whole story behind that so. This is where i talk about things. I've obsessed with right now. I i will a little bit behind on this but My brother-in-law is really intimate guy. And he's like trying to get to watch one punch man for a long time and it's a show called one punch. Man is super bowl and very satirical very kind of tongue in cheek about other anime. As where like everyone's like charging up their power for like a full episode and they don't fight until the next episode. But like this guy's like super dislike drive to like anybody's like invincible. Any like like always beats like his opponent with one punch and it was just like such an interesting take on a traditional enemy. And then i haven't watched it yet but the new season of kim's convenience is on netflix. Right now. this korean family in canada Is really really funny. Show if you haven't watched it But it goes into the ins and outs of some of the experiences that you experience as a clean person in in canada or the united states. A lot of parallels and yeah. It's their last season. So i'm excited to watch that but It's a show that you indefinite sucked into while. Thanks so much for joining us for putting up with the times poll difficulties. Thanks for joining us for this episode. Book clubs julia and majoria chime in with your own thoughts recommendations on instagram output public j. d. or through the contact for monitor website. Www dot with jd dot com or website is also where you can find show notes for this episode which include links to any of the recommendations. We gave other tidbits mentioned. Make sure to follow us in spotify apple podcasts. Or whatever you're currently listening and leave us a five star review and apple while you're there this episode was co hosted and produced by myself. Victory brick along with julia closet is composed by rector. Our logo was designed by dublin and rebecca gas. Musar project manager will catch you all on our next episode happy reading..

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Podcaster Roger Mitchell on What He's Learned Hosting Are You Not Entertained

Unofficial Partner Podcast

02:16 min | 13 hrs ago

Podcaster Roger Mitchell on What He's Learned Hosting Are You Not Entertained

"Podcasts from it. Sure what have you learned over land listening to the way it started for for me and grant was purely. Let's just do this for a laugh. Nobody will listen. We had okay. In the first year we used the contacts. We'd be baked at people like yourself to come on on have to see. Giles took it to a different level with both two things. Oversee the quality of guests he could bring on secondly an acceptance in the industry that neither grant or iheart vitamin bit involved in the industry of been in the sticks for a long time. No sorts nobody really knew me then. It started kicking off and then we've got different products which is one of the things of learn a little bit coming back to give people exactly what they want has got his thing which is a little bit like desert island discs for for sports stars grant and i do go on goal which is just pop chart between two blocks. I think people connect with that and they think is quite an approachable guy of you whom we have to on a cd face and we get good gas for that. And why phoned is that people want to hang out with other people of being so we got jet cards and on and then all of a sudden we law requests for other people to come on and hang with that same crew. So it's anything it's like. A success will club at a successful restaurant. It does a little bit late and why thing a phone no richard. I don't know what you think. The quality of stuff out there mostly for free is true so good that i a little bit paranoid. Ask myself everyday. Why do i need to be around the data show well served and i guess you were going gonna ask me less was thinking about last night and i was thinking. Why do they listen to me. And and jason grant well first of all grant. I think is just a world class broadcaster in the sense of his style and his rhythm and the we can just keep also light josh when he gets on a roll is just a wonderful speaker and speaks with such eloquent. And i think they shouldn't be because the thinking you never know what that daft idiot's gonna say. What is it not going to be scared to say today on. And i i think i think in the main people can recognize that if they were on the call with us they could very easily be part of our podcast. It's very approachable. I agree richard lock. It and i learned a

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Fresh update on "club " discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

01:07 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "club " discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"You know well. This is a big discussion for a big book. I guess yeah a lot of topics here but Thanksgiving anti for joining us for this conversation and sharing your experiences reading. And i don't know if a fun conversation Such a lot of different topics in histories as it goes out. What are some things that you would recommend people rear watcher. Listen to if they enjoyed winning pachinko. yeah Well one they're actually making pretend. Go into miniseries on apple. Tv yes they signed it. If you have trouble getting to the book like giulio may have. That may be a great alternative to see the see the story. I'm interested to state. What kind of like flourishes they take with the story but that's one another one is It's a book called the imperial crews. And if you if you are interested in the history of like all of this craziness between these two countries it does really illuminate kind of like the environment in which this all happened so it it talks about like basically between the years. Nineteen o five through like I dunno like nineteen fifteen or so also talks about the philippines and how the us through those. The country of the philippines over basically in a nutshell. Teddy roosevelt was a super big racist person. I mean a lot of people. Were back then i gotta give him some credit. That was kind of the culture but he was like a full on like aryan to premises. Basically teddy roosevelt told japanese. That like oh you can be the areas of the west and civilized the asian nations and so even though they had no agreement with the korean like What was then known for a very short time empire of korea. They're like oh we got your back. Korea don't worry about it. They secretly wrote letters to the japanese. Prime minister Saying that like oh no. We're not gonna do anything if you invade korea so don't worry about it and then when The crean official government officials complained about the us. complained that like hey like the japanese are still here. Is there anything you can do that. The us government was like you'll have to go through the official channels which were the japanese channels. So it's like the japanese aren't going to be like. Oh yeah you know what are bad. Were totally forgot. We still here will get outta here. You know so anyway. It goes into it. Goes into things like that. It talks about again. All the atrocities that were performed in the philippines and just like all the things that ultimately setup for the second world war my recommendation The first Fiction book that kind of introduced me to like koreans. living in japan go by kazuki cada shiro Which i read in translation is originally written in japanese. It's a l. y. Fiction love story Korean japanese boy falls in love with the japanese girl and teen romance. But at the same time like a lot of political and social commentary so Recommend that and then as far as like multigenerational novels go home going by gase. We mentioned And then the Neopolitan series by a frontier If you'd like long plotting details like i do. I thought it would take you know weeks if not months to read the second book in the neapolitan story near polson series So grow came back from a weekend trip to the beach and was i finished this book i would. I wouldn't say it's a beach green. There's a little too much violence but Listen touch yeah I have no books recommend. But i've got some fun references. So there is a k. Drama on netflix. Called mr sunshine that takes place in early twentieth century in the. It's about like the korean resistance against japan. And then actually the incident that you were talking about andy about Korea demanding perations for certain families. There was an incident at the same time where a member task was taken of. Someone took a picture of them wearing this t shirt that sparked a lot of controversy and because it was happening at the same time that the two countries were very angry with each other it sparked international outrage and it was this whole blown-up thing that like the japanese government got really angry about and all of their promotional schedule got shut down and it was. It was a whole mess and so all the fans got together not all events. There were like thirteen of them. Not all of their hailing pants and thirteen of them around the globe. Some japanese korean german from everywhere. Brazilian i half of them were academics but they got together and they created what's called the white paper project and it's like one hundred thirty pages long and it goes into detail by detail the whole incident but it also has a very detailed explanation of like the history and cultural context of why the two countries were so angry with each other and what was happening and like if you want like a solid breakdown of the history between the two countries and then like the present day implications. It is a fascinating read. So i'm going to link at there but it's for a very particular audience It really really well done like aggressively sourced and cited. Like i think there's like twenty pages of sources. It's like a full academic paper and then if you want an excellent film about a korean american immigrant experience minardi came out and one bunch of awards. It's very good pay and laughing at least things. Were currently obsessed with other recommend. That breeze joy julie Sure Bo burnham special. Holding everyone talking about instagram instrument. I can't wait to watch it. it is okay. it's not funny. Oh it is. It's basically a year long journey of a man losing his mind. But it's so well done. It's basically about like one man spending a year alone in his apartment and he creates a whole special. He's trying to create a stand up special but he does all the lighting. And all this in the design and everything like in this one room and it's got a lot of political commentary like it's really not funny. It's not comedy but it's really incredible Incredible piece of art and sort of documenting the year of hell. We've all had and then on a lighter note. The film mitchell mitchell's versus machines It's about. It's an animated film from sony about a nerd verse family who has saved the world from robots and it is so incredible representation and so heartwarming and adorable and i definitely cried and it was very good. And then t x t has a new album called freeze. That is quite excellent. And i've been listening to on. Repeat that i was travelling home to well to where my parents live and ran out of books to read. So i was scouring my brother shells and we have collected a bunch of christie novels over the years. So i've been revisiting some of those some currently obsessed with And.

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Wasabi, a Pekingese, Wins the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

Tony and Dwight

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Wasabi, a Pekingese, Wins the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

Fresh update on "club " discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

00:41 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "club " discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"Me like growing up here i think i really resented kind of a minority model minority myth. Because i'm like. I'm not good at math like this like. That's not me so like one it means. I'm either bad at being like korean or to like this is just like some bs at like. I'm frustrated that like people are trying to pigeonhole me. So i found a lot of pride initially just like intentionally not being the things that people expected to be. Maybe that's actually what noah was doing. You're trying to be something that's up and expecting to be. Are you familiar with the concept of han. I don't think so. We learned about this watching anthony bourdain. He had an episode in los angeles. Where A chunk of the episode in koreatown needs with david joe. David show which is one of the artists that i feel like. He's in everything we want. He's got a free time. He had stock early stock in facebook. He says everyone But anyways Days at dinner with david chose family. And they talked about the concept of han. I feel more than acted or well i. I was thinking about it because i was connecting to identity end. Like the way that japanese culture became so intertwined with korean culture like once occupation ended for people who for koreans living in japan or crane people living in korea win. It had been so long. That like you see with solomon's character like he's sort of watch him try and figure out like where is my home and what is. My identity am korean japanese. What am i. And so i was thinking about like the long term impact of japanese occupation and i remembered this episode that we watched in which david and his parents who immigrated from korea. Talked about the concept of han. And it's like a. I think the way you translated beautiful suffering. I had sorrow grief resentment. Loss of adobe the. Yeah it's it's i think some scholars invented it. And i don't know how valid. Which is why. I wanted to ask you if you heard about if your thoughts about it. I think it was a way to try and describe the kind of lasting drive and resentments and long suffering that had been left by the japanese occupying courses is my understanding. Ya was a culture even need. It's not as widely spread as we thought watching that episode of parts unknown. But there's a word for the type of generational trauma increase. Yeah that many crans carry. I don't know that's civic term per se. But i certainly see like culturally like for instance When i was in korea. There's actually a band or not a ban a boycott of japanese products in company. So for instance like when we were there but a lot of like natives would not shop at unique low because unique loans a japanese company. It happens to be really popular in korea and there is the argument of like well who suffering because it does maybe bought bother unique lows corporate bottom line a little bit but are are the korean franchisee owners like who run that shop. Aren't they the ones who actually suffering more than so it's like well. What point the early driving at. But i that whole thing though had come up because again other like more complex geopolitics here but because initially a prime minister obey in japan refused to like acknowledge. Apologize for the comfort women. That were used like basically. The japanese army would like abduct any in the book. They talk about all the time. Like alonzo was always like Tanja he was. Oh don't follow anybody who's like a we have jobs for you in china like a good manufacturing job. It's a job for you but you're not going to be paid for it and you're going to be like a sexually violated. And so i think they were like. Oh well we like blatantly. Apologize back in the sixties or something so there were descendants. Actually maybe some living survivors of koreans. Who lived during the second world war. Who essentially did like fourth slave labor for japanese companies and those companies profited from that and deal the supreme court of korea. So i took these cases said yeah like you know. We think it would be fair if those japanese companies paid reparations to these families and the japanese companies like now like i don't think we're gonna do that Or you can come in individually like settle your claim individually. But we're not gonna do have a blanket policy on that after that koreans are like by products and then after that the japanese were like okay. We'll even though you're like right next to us Wor- your we're taking you off of our like eight plus trading partners list so you can no longer get like overnight like shipping of like mike these important microchips that like are using cell phones. Like samsung and lg. You have to wait like a full seven days. Even though you take the slowest ship from japan to korea wouldn't take you know. There's a lot of like that kind of animosity. So all that to say i i think boils down to just like just like any other misunderstanding. Where like if one person gets hurt and other person doesn't like properly acknowledged her like really apologize like the weight of what they did. You still feel like like wrong right. I think most would so. I think that's probably a lot of that. Derives from also art of the create identity is suffering. They talk about that a lot in the books. More specifically for the women in particular. There's actually a phrase in korean and they mentioned briefly in the book that says It's like the word causing which is to suffer and so like it's interchangeable though. If like my mom said to me causing no money which means like oh. You must have suffered so much also meeting like work so hard and it's like a good thing like alcohol you know but in context it could also be a bad thing if you're like saying literally as well so it was just interesting thing but i think that does explain a lot of the drive which you mentioned julia like picking itself up by its bootstraps Second world war. And just after the korean war rather than like like a top twenty like economy in the world so i mean the speed of grove south korea like didn't exist and then all of a sudden it did and now it's like one of the like top twenty economies or whatever like pretty incredible rebuilding. Yeah for sure. Only if the characters in the book new you know kind of wrapping things. Up i am. We talked a lot about how pachinko shares not only the individual families history kind of wraps it in this larger historical context and one of the. I think great things that historical non or historical fiction can do is kinda give story a narrative to places where into perspectives. That maybe we've overlooked or the history textbooks Completely disregard and i found the first sentence relate. You were talking about earlier today. The first sentence of the novel very interesting history has failed us but no.

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Buehler, Betts Propel Dodgers to 5-3 Win Over Rangers

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Buehler, Betts Propel Dodgers to 5-3 Win Over Rangers

"The Dodgers were five three winners over the Rangers behind Walker Buehler who is six and after tossing four hit ball over six scoreless innings Zach McKinstry had a two run double while going three for three with a walk in LA's fifth victory in six games dealer survived a rough first inning and made it through his second straight scoreless start but the bullpen almost lord forum allowing the Rangers to put six straight runners on base to start the ninth Kenley Jansen got three straight outs to secure his fifteen save and Los Angeles's series clinching win after the club's traded twelve one victories in the first two contests I'm Dave very

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Blue Jays Slug 5 Homers in 7-2 Victory Over Red Sox

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Blue Jays Slug 5 Homers in 7-2 Victory Over Red Sox

"The Bluejays belted five home runs three coming in the fifth inning of a seven to win over the red Sox Vladimir Guerrero junior slammed his major league leading twentieth home run pleasing manager Charlie Montorio isn't complete player he's a big guy buddy rose fast good hands above average power doesn't strike out for a big guy is doing it all Marcus Semien hit a two run shot to extend his club record road hitting streak to twenty five games Bo Bichette Cavan Biggio and Reese McGuire also homered for the jays who handed the red Sox their third loss in ten games Stephen match truck at eight while holding Boston to four hits and a run over five and two thirds Nick Pivetta gave up a season high six runs and surrendered a career high for home runs I'm the ferry

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Biden Urges G-7 Leaders to Unite on China, Infrastructure Initiative

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Biden Urges G-7 Leaders to Unite on China, Infrastructure Initiative

"Leaders of the group of seven industrial nations have agreed on an infrastructure plan for developing nations to challenge China's global initiatives Zidan Biden's campaign to unify the world's democratic leaders to compete economically with China reached a turning point to the summit's Biden held talks with France's Emmanuel macron who was happy to have a corporative ally after four years of a trump presidency which had strange Franco US relations I think it's great to have a US president part of the club and the are you willing to to to cooperate side and also met with German chancellor Angela Merkel he downplayed differences on China and the pipeline that would transport natural gas from Russia to Germany bypassing Ukraine never the less both Biden and medical with positive about discussions and by ten articulated his support for the easy to handle its economic issues European Union I had a very strong and vibrant energy Karen Thomas London

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Pandemic Lockdown: A Boy Toys Dilemma

Joseyphina's World

01:54 min | 4 d ago

Pandemic Lockdown: A Boy Toys Dilemma

"Twenty nineteen was robbie's best year yet while people grumbled wishing that the year passed quickly. So they could see what twenty twenty held for them. It was his turnaround here. He was a struggling graduate from a humble home. Whose only source of income came from the occasional modeling gigs. He got for either commercial shoots or fashion. Runway shows robbie a taken to drinking to cope with a feeling of disappointment which had become his constant companion on his last day in the dark tunnel which was his life it started just like any other his father calling him a bomb with the mornings greetings. His mother giving him the sympathetic look and defending him as a free ambled to a fight that had been doing between the for days. Ravi went over to a friend's place where they wild away. The time playing video games checking out the snaps and insta stories of hot chicks after sharing meal of red red fried plantain and beans from the neighborhood's best food join play slept a greater part of the afternoon. Away around five pm robbie's friend. Leslie had a phone call by the time the call ended. he was beaming my bb. Just call going to the club tonight. I'll definitely get enough to see me through the week. Leslie said excitedly rubbing his palms together your bb which one i thought your girlfriend dumped you. Because you're broken. Succeeded your cuteness but you see. God works in mysterious ways through the heartbreak. I met a wonderful well established woman who was willing to nurse back with love and of course money. You mean you have a sugar mummy. Yes the city is brimming with them. You see all these big women in their big cars. Were sunglasses everywhere. Because they don't want you to see their sad faces. They're all looking for some young male vitality to pump some fun into their prison like. mary lives. come to think of it. Why don't you come along with me. The club my bb can hook you up with one and you wouldn't have to worry about what to eat anymore. Is that why you have stopped looking for work. You're being spoon fed by a married woman. Drop that self-righteous tone before reconsider my offer to take with me.

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Frankie Sharp on NYC Clubs and the All-New Q

GayBarchives Podcast

01:53 min | 4 d ago

Frankie Sharp on NYC Clubs and the All-New Q

"So welcome to the show frankie. Thanks so much. How are you happy to be here. I'm actually shocked on time. Because i was running from the venue as i always do now that i lived there every single moment of my life so here in on such. That's the hidden space. You don't talk about right. The bedroom exactly right right right. Not so hidden but joy. So you've been around the gay scene for a little while which defunct gay club had the biggest impact on you and your career path. Earn the biggest. I guess that's sort of two fold right so before i moved to new york i was big new york file so i was really obsessed with all new york. An old new york to me was the nineties and early two thousand so it was limelight. It was club kid scene than bled in suzanne. So i was really obsessed with that whole colorful. Seen as a young parakeet been In san francisco. And when i moved to new york. Finally there wasn't too many places that still had that. Essence which was a kind of multi level multicultural multi generational multi soundscape Events Other than mr black. When i moved to new york when i roommate was dj michael magnet inside was essentially his groupie for the first maybe s. Few months that. I lived here. I went to emory gate with him. I was out with him. So i suggest in the morning when i had to be at work at nine in the morning but Yeah it was. mr blogger really really changed the trajectory. What my nightlife assistance was.

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Inside Euro 2020: Soccer's Month of Drama, Passion, and Geopolitical Tension

ESPN FC

01:57 min | 4 d ago

Inside Euro 2020: Soccer's Month of Drama, Passion, and Geopolitical Tension

"Sam board is a global sports correspondent for espn and also one of my first friends to travel out of the country since the pandemic i am in rome. Italy getting ready for the first match of the european soccer championships. Friday night at the study olympico. Italy against turkey. And it's going to kick off. What should be a pretty exciting four weeks a soccer. Yeah i wanna frame this up for the people because this is particularly magical thing. We're doing right now sam. Because we're kind of ripping a hole in the space time continuum because not only. Are you in a different time zone at only. Are you in rome. You're covering a tournament that is technically the twenty twenty euros because this whole thing got spohn because of the pandemic and i just wanted to. Have you explain what the euros are. Exactly why they're such a big deal. What is inside of this time machine that we're operating with. It's a great point pablo because literally as soon as you land in europe. The site edge is still all twenty twenty. I mean they're calling the tournament the twenty twenty euros everywhere. You go the t shirts. The stadium signed edge. Everything is from last year. I guess you know. Obviously this is a billion dollar enterprise tournament but they didn't have enough in the budget for you know renewed seionage. The european championships are a tremendous event is sort of like the world cup in that its national teams as opposed to club teams like barcelona or manchester united. We've got national teams like germany. Spain france they play this every four years in between the world cup's this year. It's twenty four national teams competing against each other six groups of four and sixteen teams advance. Auto groups we go from there to single elimination bracket all the way until we get a champion

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Daily Tech News Show

03:00 min | 5 d ago

TEST6Delivering Justice - DTNS 4049 - burst 01

"The way i used to play. We used to like greg. We would steal the you would still power ups over rogers house. You're definitely not at my birthday. Party gets crazy. Fast i read. What's in the bag today. All right we'll last time else. In sheridan was on the show. We were talking about amazon sidewalk network. Going live but allison didn't have an option in her settings to disable it. She did a little research and then wrote and she said That her amazon products are either too old or not quite the right models to be part of sidewalk. For example i have an echo. Second generation but sidewalk requires a third generation. I have a ring. Spotlight cam that is fairly new It's battery operated. And it's only wired version that is part of sidewalk understand my ring My ring alarm system is also not part of sidewalk if you don't have any devices compatible with sidewalk amazon doesn't you worrying your pretty little head about it. That's so considerate of amazon. Not to confuse me with my opt-outs it's all show. I mean you think like oh. That's all pretty obvious amazon. Did not do a good job of explaining that because we were all sort of like. I said well i see sidewalk my settings and alison said. Yeah i don't know but did the same thing same thing. So but if you have thoughts about sidewalk arcades or anything else feedback at detect new show dot com. Indeed we also extra shadow patrons that our master and grandmaster levels. Today they include dan callback. Jeffrey zilk's and michael bullock also very very very very very special. Thanks to daniel dorato one of our top lifetime supporters for dtn s. We appreciate all the years of support daniel and thanks to all our patrons also thanks to a rubber young for being with us today. justin what's What's new in the world of politics. Well everybody listening to me in new york city. I will be coming to your windswept. Hamlet in a couple of weeks for the big new york city mayoral democratic primary which will effectively decide who the next mayor of new york city is going to be. It's a wild race including a new controversy wherein the front runner may or may not live in new jersey about his fridge. Might be the smoking gun. You can listen to all of it and of course follow my coverage of my trip out to new york city to cover that at politics politics politics dot com or three podcast dot com excellence. Where else alive. Monday through friday on this here show for thirty pm. Eastern twenty thirty. Ut see join us if you can find out. More at daily tech news show dot com slash live. Tom's back tomorrow. We'll be joined by chris ashley and lend for alter talk to them. This show is part of a fraud pants network. Get more at frog pants. Dot gov diamond club was you of enjoyed those roller.

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Model S Delivery Event Expectations

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:43 min | 6 d ago

Model S Delivery Event Expectations

"Power here and today we are one day out from tesla's plaid model delivery event in the absence of a lot of other news. I thought today we could do what we did. Back during battery day where we kind of did a series of twitter polls to set consensus expectations ahead of the event. So we're going to go through that. We just have a couple other items of news here. I So we'll go through those pretty quickly. I up with the stock tesla today. Finishing down on pretty low volume Eight tenths of a percent to five hundred and ninety eight dollars eight cents that compared to the nasdaq up half a percent but pretty quiet day as again i think people were kind of waiting for The event tomorrow aside from that religious a couple pieces of news here so the first one here the born company. Just kind of a congratulations to them. They opened up To the public at the world of concrete event there at the las vegas convention center so an exciting milestone for them. These vehicles are still being driven by people Hopefully later this year that shifts over to being autonomous at higher speeds but definitely good milestone for the boring company there in vegas. I think he had to buy a ticket to the world. Concrete event us. I guess not technically quite public yet but is being experienced by members of the public. And obviously it's a great opportunity for tesla to show off their vehicle vehicles. Get a lot of people test drives and things like that. So it's going to be exciting to you if all that and see where that goes from there the other thing that we've got here just ahead of the event We do now have customers that are starting to receive their vehicle vehicle identification numbers or vins for the model s. so this was shared on the tecimer's club forums by one of the members there on they have there been assignment and their purchase agreement so unexciting milestone again ahead of the event tomorrow

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Confessions of a New Convert

Joseyphina's World

01:49 min | 6 d ago

Confessions of a New Convert

"Life was exhausting before i allow myself to enjoy the pleasures. The world had to offer but it was exhausting lonely empty after flirting with almost everyone i laid my eyes on at the club and drinking myself to an unbelievable stupor. I'd wake up on the bed on yet. Another stranger who'd introduce himself awkwardly with a subtle suggestion. That i leave since he had to get ready for work or worse still be woken to be told to leave since he didn't want anyone sleeping over. What was the fun in that. I was lazy. I'd admit that i didn't see why i should subject myself to a torturous to five routine when funding my goodies and being serviceable earning more than the decent worker. But it was enough. Even when i would resolve the clean up my act after the last one i found myself back in another pot. Man's bed why the money just seem to fly away to survive. I had to go back like a dog going back to its vomit. I was tired the life. I knew it wasn't working. I needed a magical way to straighten myself up and get me right on track. And i'd organize a pity party for myself with bottle of vodka with every belch. I promise myself. I'd find a way. It was during one of my pity parties. When i heard a knock on my door. I knew it had to be one of those. Jesus crusaders so i thought to ignore it but the persistence of the knock caught me off the couch and to the door with a reply ready to roll off my tongue the second by the door with a cute face and dashing smile made me lose my thoughts for a moment so i wasn't able to give him my usual. I'm busy excuse in time. May i come in my intoxicated. Mind was trying to figure out why clean looking guy was at my door. My head nodded without my permission. He and asked if he could said when i did this time with partial consent from my mental faculty.

Building 7-Figure Instagram Marketing Machines with Sue B. Zimmerman

Healthcare Business Secrets

02:20 min | 6 d ago

Building 7-Figure Instagram Marketing Machines with Sue B. Zimmerman

"In this episode talking with soobee susan. Instagram makes social media consultant keynote speaker business coach and founder of the instagram course. Ready set grow. She and her team have spent the last seven years. Developing instagram marketing strategies for businesses and brands large and small and have helped thousands of business owners across the globe. through course really state grow. She educates instagram newbies and provides them with the right tools to build brand awareness and use the platform to make money so also produces education courses for creative live and regularly speaks on prominent stages such as social media marketing world social media day and traffic and conversion swap show sue. Thanks great to be here. Where do you live. I'm based out of new zealand. May my family but yeah. I'm right here in downtown boston. Have you ever been no. I haven't. I've got some friends that are from boston. I love the accent. I think he's got an accent. So that's all good. So i wanted to kind of jump straight into what you working on. At the moment things are changing with social media. The always doing stuff doesn't really work. The same and i think that a lot of people are applying strategies to to the profile and get known and get clients and things like that you should social media. I would say almost wrong especially for my industry. Health professionals practices. We tend to be quite behind. Because we're looking at. We're not the ones that you know the early early. Take these things and we tend to be using strategies that are that are all. What's your opinion on that in an let's dive into that. Yeah so i'm totally a new adopter on any social platform and hence been teaching three marketing for eight years. So i'm that person that's curious about something a new opportunity a new way of doing things like you always stand out from everyone else in big outside of the box in so i jumped on the clubhouse wagon really early and it's been a phenomenal tool to grow authority grow in path to create community and conversions and because we are signing up people for alive training and we have automation in the d. m. on instagram. We are able to make those conversions happen so much faster just simply from speaking on stages running my own club and my own rooms consistently five days a week so it's basically a marketing machine for everything that we do in everything that we stand

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Is Fear Controlling Your Career?

The Schmidt List

01:22 min | Last week

Is Fear Controlling Your Career?

"Cat. How are you today. It is still good to see you too about the work you do. You've been you've been doing a lot of you've been doing not only doing livestreams and things like this but you've been consulting people for years on how to find their best selves when it comes to work in the work life balance sort of area. How did you get started in all of that. Did you fall into it. I fell into it. Backwards with my eyes clubs. I've got a bachelors degree in sociology. Because i wanted to change the world and i was fascinated with people and then i realized i had to go back to school if i wanted to be. A professor and side cited not to do that. Around the world. Chased jobs and paychecks. A bartender in alaska camp counselor in california now attendant. I was trying to see the world. I was a flight attendant. Kurt enroll. I wasn't seeing the world. I was flying around the mid west of america. And i couldn't afford to pay my college loans so my dad was getting worried and i decided to start doing temp work on my days. Off and my very first temp job was at a global. It consulting firm I was a secretary actually sprint desk receptionist for one week okay. I had no idea what was happening by friday. I had a job offer to become a recruiter and that started.

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Throw the first Stone(wall)

Your Brain on Facts

02:44 min | Last week

Throw the first Stone(wall)

"In the early hours of june twenty eighth nineteen sixty nine new york city police raided the greenwich village. Gay club called the stonewall inn. Let me set the scene for you. Gay clubs were much more than a place to get drunk or look for love in the nineteen sixties and frankly all the decades leading up to it. They were not exactly accepting of lgbt people. Being queer wasn't only societally unacceptable. It was against the law same sex relations between consenting adults or illegal in new york city in nineteen eighty and you could be arrested on the street for not wearing at least three articles of gender appropriate clothing now out on a limb here and say that men in skirts found themselves on the receiving end of that one a lot more often than women and slacks did understandably. Lgbt people flocked to gay bars and clubs refuges where they could socialize and more importantly be themselves openly. You still weren't safe there though. The new york city state liquor. Authority penalized and shutdown. Gay bars arguing. That the mir gathering of more than three homosexuals was technically disorderly. These regulations were overturned in nineteen sixty six thanks to the efforts of strident activists but things as simple as holding hands with someone of the same gender was still illegal so police harassment of gay bars continued. There was another player. In the game the mafia the mob saw profit to be had in catering to the displaced and disenfranchised gay clientele by the mid nineteen sixties. The genovese crime family controlled most of the gay bars in the village in nineteen sixty six. They purchased the stonewall inn which had been a bog standard bar and restaurant renovated it on the cheap and reopened it as a gay bar. Stonewall inn was registered as a private bottle bar which did not require a liquor licence because patrons were supposed to bring their own liquor club attendees had to sign their names in a book to maintain the club's membership facade. Police initially left the stonewall inn alone by dint of regular bribes from the jennifer easies patrons benefited by the fact that the police hassling the owners but it also meant that the owners could run the club as they saw fit which meant as cheaply as possible. The club lacked a fire exit. There was no running water behind the bar to wash the glasses. Though there was plenty of water in the drinks themselves and the less said about the bathrooms the better

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St Mark's Basilica Wins Qatar Prix Du Jockey Club

The Final Furlong Podcast

01:17 min | Last week

St Mark's Basilica Wins Qatar Prix Du Jockey Club

"Sean t looked glorious over. The weekend is The ground was officially saw But mendizabal yet again Pulls it off a superb ride in the french. Two thousand guineas Onboard saint mark's basilica and for the second year in a row on foreign reiter last year of This year of course saint mark's basilica he wins the tower predigested club I thought this was an exceptional right but break the race down for his. How goods was Mendez about how good is saint mark's basilica and the race overall. I think he gave him the perfect friday. You was close to the base on. The ray opened up to the front probably a bit earlier than he won't but still did not ask him to go right to wear the new halsey you. What sort of hacienda. And the rim of a a very good dried the good positions of the stock in a tricky feed nineteen runners. Yet the goodrow you make the most of destroy but but also with to shoot that he probably at the best in the race even though we saw some some nice finish from there and there but i think had the best stay in the race just the

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Tools for Your Cloud Journey

Status Go

01:52 min | Last week

Tools for Your Cloud Journey

"Welcome back destin. A jeff's great to be back. I am really looking forward to this conversation of the three dimensions. this is probably the one. I'm most curious about personally. Because i've i've not really had a chance myself to use a lot of the the tools that you run into cloud so let's jump right in. I imagined most if not all of the tools used in. It shop half to change. Am i right about that. Well yes and no the previous discussions. We had around people and process or really going to inform the tooling right and if we get the people in process part right up front. The tooling should more often than not become pretty obvious organizations in. There's no one right model for any client or any customer any organization ultimately it's about choosing the right sets of tools that align with what you're trying to do with your people process that ultimately get you to what your endgame is everybody's adoption of the cloud is a little bit different Some organizations to the cloud to consume more native services. And they're not they're not necessarily provisioning workloads in a dynamic manner. That's great because that's what their workloads predicated on right. So they're going to leverage the club more than as a service type of offering but organizations that are transforming the way that they develop and deliver applications if they're doing software development if they're adopting and everything is code model than yet more than likely that the tools are going to change. And then the last dimension that i really encourage organizations to consider as are they going to be hybrid cloud or they're going to be multi cloud because the answers to those questions are going to dramatically affect the tooling that they choose in order to support their work.

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Antonio Conte in Talks to Become Next Tottenham Hotspur Manager

ESPN FC

02:25 min | Last week

Antonio Conte in Talks to Become Next Tottenham Hotspur Manager

"Be talking about those rumors of antonio contact going to talk them hot spell start with you gills any new developments since yesterday on this news. Talk of of continued today k. Between you onto new content. He's agent everybody involved in the progressing word. I think they're getting closer to finding an agreement on the length of the contract wages the staff etc all the details that you have to before announcing manager bae looked skin closer and closer to new content. To become the new tottenham manager. We're just gonna flag up something that they may not. The top. tanya levy did say last month in the search where manager he said we need to select someone whose values reflect those of our great club and return to play football with the style for which were known free flowing attacking and entertaining whilst continuing to embrace our desire to see young players flourish from our academy alongside experienced talent craig. It'll be great to get your thoughts on whether you think contact is the right fit for a club like spurs. I think this is a marriage. Made inhale really. Do i tell you why. Not because antonio conte's very very good coach because he is but he has one of the most demanding patient managers and european football at the moment he e successful. Bree kicks in screams and the public. Boss aegis these just es super high maintenance and he doesn't think the is getting what he wants. Then it's a box much. Probably even more so than josiah marine your so unless spas are going to do a full three sixty and start becoming this big-spending tottenham. I don't see how this marriage of what happens is going to loss because that squad needs an overhaul is going to compete with the real big boys in england never mind europe and that's going to take a little money on top of that you've got the hurricane scenario. So i i really. Yeah i mean i can understand tottenham going forum but i don't understand from his perspective what he thinks he's gonna once he gets his in. The door of sayings is

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Is Star Trek Everyday 6th Senses Humanity's Future?

Merkaba Chakras

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Is Star Trek Everyday 6th Senses Humanity's Future?

"Welcome to makamba chagas. Thanks a lot. thanks for having me. Yeah i just had so much fun with this topic. And i couldn't wait to get you because i know you risen many many books In the paranormal and in sixes if expenses and You know this is going to be a common thing in our society in these higher dimensions. And so i i. I only thought of one reality where this was normal common day to do conscious next consciousness expiration how it comes into different forms As we explore space in consciousness and As we become intergalactic in the near future and come across a different beings within the within source they may have different six senses. So i just thought trek is trek. So yeah i couldn't think of any other reality where this is. It follows within that That paradigm so before we dig into your work and how we related to this very fun topic. Can you tell us your story for how i even got involved in writing about these tops. Well like most children. I when i was a kid. I was interested in fairy tales. You know and An important part of manifest attent- all over the world are magic in different forms and So in norwegian folk ten slip show magic and also read this arabian folktales. You know one thousand. And one nights. So i was very fascinated by the magical element and also When i was become a bit older. I became Member of a christian youth club and Some of those people you know They spent quite a lot of time in prayer and meditation and that and they told me about strange phenomena from time to time. And i trust those people so i had no reason not to believe them

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"club " Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

08:30 min | 6 months ago

"club " Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Running from side to side baseline to baseline that out running. For no reason he was out there like Just costco tho- in darts. But i love tennis because it's a great. It is a great sport in which requires metaphor to strategy. But you can also hit the snot out of the ball and then acre return same velocity even more or they can set you up so it's a lot of mental aspect of it is a lot of big mouth bass out there. I was but that old man taught me something. I'll run out. Run them into the ground right now but you know but really love tennis and so i play tennis together on my boys. I am ducey We do see go. See steve smith junior. I have brainwashed him Into being tennis player okay. he's gonna be ten. He's going to become a tennis player. And then i'll be able to eleven italy For year or two because he he'll be training out there and also we're going to be recording from italy. I really can't recall from. But i'm getting ilias to just be there for year and let him train in italy and then i can blow up by eating a whole bunch of peter you go there you go there you go soji less cut to it. And who's our guest today because i don't know who it is. We talked about some guys and the nfl guy like a surprise guest that she's supposed to be telling me and so announcers going off. The i am nearly. I have no questions in front of me because you guys and tell me so if this show seems a little bit erotic today that's only because they surprised me what the guests and i don't know who it is but i think there's going to be an awesome guest. I coming up. We got a very special surprise. Guests an icon. Legend michael vick. He went to virginia tech university. He's a four time pro bowler. He was the nfl comeback player of the year in two thousand ten. And he's the nfl's all time leader in rushing yards by quarterback over six thousand yards. Michael dick thanks for coming onto the podcast brother. Thanks for having me madison. Pleasure to be on the segment. We're about to go into his call. Get eyestone with. Smitty is basically icebreakers preparing for anything smitty. I'll let you take their favorite childhood cereal cabinet crunch. Ooh vic outcry was not to play with in years. I see who had favorite right there at favorite down berries. The blueberries raspberries came up over poverty or five summer activity. You love to do swimming at the boys and girls club. That was my thing you know what i mean. That was my thing a swim swimming. And it made me strong and better You know as as as a football player in growing. I grew up because i was strong in and everybody nobody like this month but me and it was a passing growing so many of the boys and girls now i know you had a ton of fast twitch however now you retire shoes shoelaces or velcro. I got sued came despite gross. You i can't get caught in the bill actually just ten years from now you might get different. Answers we fifty. Yeah i don rickles. Mike well we really appreciate you coming on. And and the purpose of of of our podcast really is to get the insight and understand the the man. The woman is well inside the jersey. We want you to start off before we really get into really who. Michael vick is set to stage by. Where'd you grow up. How'd you grow up and really how and where you grew up. How did that shape your life. Good and bad and so paint that picture for us. We all know the good in the ban but it but it all started from somewhere. Where where is i. It started in newport news. virginia A place i can sit home for eighteen years. And so i left virginia tech You know i moved around still a couple of different neighborhoods from the age of You know six in salivas about ten years old. So i had a always had different crews of france Which which is cooler still moving into on my last neighborhood british circle where i grew up from age ten to eighteen and met all my friends who You know i got to know and still friends with guys to this day but had dreams wit and you know thought about what life would be like with you know. As as a young man growing older man you know we went through everything together and you know what do you the preteen years and it seniors and you know to plan football and girls and you know everybody had their own set of goals and dreams and it was so you know it was a tough situation to grow up in because you know you don't have a lot You know until you go around somebody who has a lot and one of my cousins. His mom and dad was in the house. Only they both had good jobs and i seen a different side of life. And i'm like. I want that life or even i don't have. We have strange that and learn from that experience. You know it helps save him meat. So you know me thinking like i want more than what we have and You know i saw plan football like the seven. And it was like the coolest game ever thought of quarterback. You know i was running back. I is a different story but you know the dream started right there. And i was like man. They get paid for this. You know. i'm pretty good at this. I think this is something that i wanna do and fast forward to you know from age ten to eighteen. It was like man you gotta do so much in order to get a scholarship to college to play in the national. Football league lifted january. I had to travel man. It's tough but as a ten year. Old kid i was like i'm prepared for that journey. So you know growing up in that environment pammy for that journey. I think my friends and they the guys i grew up with the guys are really grew up with They helped me with their journey. And then you know hassle collagen in me you say guys are really grew up with steve because i really feel like You know my my two best best friend. My best leads Got jamaal wilson and kevin stanley was the guys that at when i we test eighteen. We all went our separate ways. They both one of the military. And i went on to college and then it was guys that i met. You know over time and you know having wasn't planning for borland's jamal wasn't planning for black eye closer with my teammate. Some of those guys good do some of his bad dudes but they all they. They became friends and hung out with him. And you know kind of made the citizens choice together. Good and bad and You know it was what it was but those two guys were you know my guys incidents day like they still like my best wasn't going to tell me like no you making a bonehead decision. You know you shouldn't do that. They're not afraid to tell me no. You know that that that's been the biggest sign of you know. 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"club " Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

07:15 min | 10 months ago

"club " Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"I don't know if John even know if he's alive I haven't even seen him on instagram and nothing. Bad about this about diesel Steve called me twice right. But I was on instagram live doing the interview, and so I had to send him right to voicemail and I forgot about it until you brought it up just now by. Steve Checkable as the bad. I don't WanNa. Fall Asleep because it probably so depressing. Here. You got. Your. San. Okay. Send it to me Shyam Hook. You up I'm gonNA call him later. Give us these INSTAGRAM I make Steve Day to get a DM Stephen Pictures. E Stephen Pictures. His Bio says the Breakfast Club went Oh, five point we should get off your chest eight, hundred, five, five, one, zero, five, one. If you need to vent, hit us up now practice global morning the breakfast club. Boarding everybody is TJ, Envy Angela Ye shall I mean the guy? We are the breakfast club we got a special guest online right now he just turned fifty years old. Godley. Old Man God is. But I feel renewed in refreshed and ready, but the second run yes I saw. Tot. Challenge for Your Fiftieth. What. About that, I can let. That because. I've got a one, hundred, thousand US like two thousand comments in totally with Bananas Right. Is My minority Jackson's come on. You gotTA. Do you gotTa do it? Daily, I was giving up the Middle Finger. He thought I was going to do that shoulder whatever to shake. So when I did it seems like. Those old viral but I was like once it happened and got all I was like I will pose some really meaningful thing. Better, Nulla. Like I feel. It will get nowhere. Amounts of. TIKTOK. is a young generation of world? Bike. They they was like here. That's it. That was hit. Right seat. Now. You gotTA. Dance. Dance Grand Opening Grand. Close. That was it. Not, a big that guy. I got I got TA. Or not tic tax talk. Take that. You're. You back in a museum you jumping back in full steam I jumped back not. Be Whole Body. Audit that God blesses me with just. So you know like I wanted backing fitness maybe like taking is ago. Ill like a regular artist. One Who I don't think he'd take over the world. I've met the guy by my nephews. Only, two years old he said uncle I'm looking and I wanted to young guy young world I didn't want Oh older vascular. I don't think do all the rapper say. Arab who do you like from right now before we get into who your artists because you're saying like the older generation doesn't really it's like a divide. So for you like what artists because I was watching the bt awards yesterday and seeing like who was nominated, who's winning awards who do you like from the younger generation? Be Rich I think Travis Scott is a beast and I like the ball I would different old headquarters I'm so into music and I understand artists in understand the new generation here's the one thing I don't like about the new generation, they a flagrant with disrespect of the. Now. From. Gary Indiana. It'd be pretty good, but it gets. Backyard. Everyone who? Gary. Evans. Yourself it's Michael Jackson's from to. Court back the blue side the. Raising Gary Indiana they're into the House is like a fixture of Gary yet now is going to ask you know with this new artist. So are you full blown record label? Irv Gotti is bringing murtaugh backwards it just an artist you dibbled and dabbled with like what's the plans for Guy i? Wait till I. I I'm not gonNA come back changed. Did that like I got a big company visionary I did the flag on the convene film. Be Visionary directly going to be murdering you know what I'm saying but. Also heavy fell at five p. Tales is coming back to agree wants is colder. Ed The may allow they shoot ready. Should I got of a series that spinoff from season one trap queen that dope it? It's amazing that somehow be team. Join. Operator I, don't know if you got caught the HBO. Scheme we've by man Chris Dog and it was about the college take place I got the series to that documentary on Bet plus. deny got click click adult is like odds arrived but. Don't hip hop Iraq you know and in the bathroom do young rappers entrees and I call that to click. That's what you wish. They'd network and then I got a joint when she killed and showing the nail called, I want to see less on TVs by a five. Man I've got to movies and I'm happy to allow yet. So we have to Jerem announcing on the breakfast club. got. Assigned deal with one another. You know you know I. got out right so. Yeah case spill the beans. Go don't don't say to it side talking to soon. But I'm like it's done I. got more IRV Gotti. When we come back off is the breakfast club good horn everybody is TJ envy Angela Yee Charlemagne the guy we are the breakfast club was still kicking IRV Gotti and what's the relationship with everybody in the eight now as you have your him Oh while you didn't speak to some of the members did you speak to any everybody? So when you do this documentary, you could get a I know you speak. I. Know You speak both to Lloyd now? What about Ashanti and everybody else? Sharpie, all of the loved the best of thing in the universe and world, but the direction is going in now my down boy really only people rule is to the cats shops but that'd be in blackout to. Me Will Dry Chow jt and my girl, my girl Jordan. Allied female rapper. Hot.

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"club " Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"club " Discussed on 27 Club

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"club " Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"club " Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Salute them, and but why do you? Why do you think they're out there? because. They're fed up with what happened to George Floyd. They're fed up with this situation. That will not stop. That caused all this and provided the opportunity for all this to happen me the opportunity to protest and riot there are more Americans fed up with it then you know that's my point. What about America, though you don't think that the fact that this forty million people who've five point employment. the largest the largest unemployment rate since the depression era. You don't think that they're fed up about that to what. I already acknowledged that in the conversation. You can't put forty million people out of work, but I'm telling you that you have a lot of simpatico people out there. White people were marching in the sixties with Dr. King, there. In fact Dr, King's death did not caused this kind of strife in this country. Martin. Luther King is dead because of racism white supremacy. Well okay if that's your answer to everything, I don't know how. Is He's dead because he was fighting against racism and white supremacy our. Compensation depreciated. That this was a serious conversation at and uncomfortable conversation. Even though we have vastly different viewpoints from rush, it was an open conversation to have because dialogue must be open beyond just community if we ever going to get a real change from all people. This is the breakfast. Club. Hi I'm Robert Lamb. And I'm Joe McCormick and we're the hosts of the science podcasts stuff to blow your mind. This show is the altar.

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"club " Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"club " Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Salute them, and but why do you? Why do you think they're out there? because. They're fed up with what happened to George Floyd. They're fed up with this situation. That will not stop. That caused all this and provided the opportunity for all this to happen me the opportunity to protest and riot there are more Americans fed up with it then you know that's my point. What about America, though you don't think that the fact that this forty million people who've five point employment. the largest the largest unemployment rate since the depression era. You don't think that they're fed up about that to what. I already acknowledged that in the conversation. You can't put forty million people out of work, but I'm telling you that you have a lot of simpatico people out there. White people were marching in the sixties with Dr. King, there. In fact Dr, King's death did not caused this kind of strife in this country. Martin. Luther King is dead because of racism white supremacy. Well okay if that's your answer to everything, I don't know how. Is He's dead because he was fighting against racism and white supremacy our. Compensation depreciated. That this was a serious conversation at and uncomfortable conversation. Even though we have vastly different viewpoints from rush, it was an open conversation to have because dialogue must be open beyond just community if we ever going to get a real change from all people. This is the breakfast. Club. Hi I'm Robert Lamb. And I'm Joe McCormick and we're the hosts of the science podcasts stuff to blow your mind. This show is the altar.

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"club " Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"club " Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"The George Floyd story is being lost. Right there, two things happening in America, and and it's it. It sickens me. What happened to him? Legitimate national outrage about a policeman's criminal brutality has been hijacked. And I don't want to forget about George, Floyd, what would happen to George Floyd? Sickened me and I wanted to reach out and tell you all this. I WanNa make sure you have no doubt and I'm not the only American who feels this way. The senselessness of you know we're only given one life. We don't get a do over. We only get one. We all take it for granted because it just happened were born. We don't even remember that but George Floyd had his taken away from him. He didn't lose it. He had it taken away from him in a meritless stupid way am I. Think most Americans are just as angry and sad about this as I am. And I'm also angry. Cops stood around there and didn't do anything to stop it. It was just. I can't tell you how frustrated it is and I just I just wanted to share the emotion. I have with you guys about this and to try to convey to you that I actually think most Americans are just as sickened and outraged by design. Yeah, and you know what one of the worst things that I feel like. We're so accustomed to being in these situations where we get. Get frustrated where nothing happens, and these police officers are back out doing the same thing over and over again, and that's part of the frustration is. This is not an isolated incident. This is something that's been happening in our community for its hasn't stopped. We don't see when it will stop. And I think people are frustrated and it's a combination of so many different things right now. Well. That's I think absolutely absolutely right the if you look at the. The the actual circumstance you had what happened to him. It's on video. You've got the COP. The cop standing there almost looking like he's bragging or. Having Fun exerting. How stupid is the COP? Can the COP not be aware of what we in this country are going through precisely because of what he's doing at that moment, how can anybody be that insensitive or stupid? It's beyond me to understand. It almost felt like the the more that people were telling him that he was killing him, and that was blood coming out of his nose, and that he was lifeless. He really felt like just looking at his face I. I think that was probably the closest thing to a devil that I've ever seen in my life. It was his ego to allow them to keep applying pressure and apply impression. Taking that man's life I can't measure of course the rest, Charlemagne. Talking We've seen numerous police killings of black people in this country. Why is the George Floyd Situation? The one that's making you say enough is enough, and this needs to stop why why this situation in particular because I'm fed up with I'm not. I'm not tolerant of any of them. But but I'm just. I'm fed up with it Charlemagne. None of this. To me and I know I know that you're going to disagree with me on this. To me, this is not. America. It's it's A. It's A. It's a sad those definitely. America well see, but it's. It's not what we can be. It's not what we have been. We're the greatest nation a history of the world and we haven't achieved that on the basis of Ood over us are not think think that I think it's easy for you to save because you're. You're a white male, and that comes with a different level of privilege and I do think America does work, but it works for the people that it was designed to work for. Doesn't work for everybody else the way it works for you well, it can. That's the point of America. It hand for anybody who wants to adapt to it for anybody who wants to try to take advantage of the unique opportunities that exist in the United States. We're the only nation. That's ever enshrined the concept of individual liberty and freedom in our founding documents. We're the only country that created a document to govern ourselves by that limits government now. It it's. I. Look. But George Flood wasn't doing anything wrong BRIANNA. Taylor got killed in her house. He wasn't doing anything wrong. And so it's not that people haven't adapted to things just that we get targeted, and then there's no punishment when the police officers commit these crimes against us. No, no! I didn't mean to conflate. George Floyd could've stopped what was going to happen to him. I'm don't misunderstand carrot juice. Floyd is the. Of Innocence. But what I'm saying is is that America is a place. With robust opportunity if you want to go out and look for it and find it now the people ripping up the streets, today and last night, the ANTIFA types. They don't care to find the up. They disagree with the whole constructive. I gotTA. Push back on you, too. It's not just the antique for types. You know what I'm saying like like you see all these white folks out there protest in Luton raising hell, you know I'm saying. Let's not act like there isn't forty million people file for unemployment in America folks sitting around the last three months waiting on stimulus checks. More than forty four percent of those people have been denied. Unemployment checks are still waiting on him to come people of all races or broke. They don't know where their next meal. Their savings are exhausted if they had any. They don't know how they're gonNA. Pay? Bill so of course. In lieu of course they're angry infrastructure. TURNS OUT ON. Necessarily, there's no reason to shut down the country and there was no reason to lock everybody. Of course you put forty million people out of work and tell them you know you you. You penalize them when they do. Try to open their businesses. You're going to create a powder keg. Has Been created, but that's. Why can't that's why can't? That's why? I can allow you to say that? This is just an t there because it is a lot of white people who are. But the country. The ANTIFA people are the violent ones the ANTIFA people are the ones that are trying to capitalize on their course. There's some legitimate hottest felt people out peacefully protesting, but look you guys. Let me take you are. A testament to the opportunity available in America. Look at you. How did you do it? What you have to overcome to become aggressive reckless club. What are you have to overcome become dominant in morning drive in American radio. Who held you back or what were you able to overcome in order to do it the opportunity? Is there the only thing I'm saying right, but you know you talk about peacefully. Peacefully protest right and you were very opinionated about Colin Kaepernick and he was peacefully protesting and now what people are saying? No, they're not peacefully protesting. This is the same thing Colin Kaepernick, kneeling for that, the world was so upset about in the world, said he's taken it too far, and he doesn't know what he's talking about. This is exactly the reason why he was kneeling in protesting the fact that unarmed African American man was doing nothing. They still don't even. Even know if he had a fake ten dollars twenty dollar bill, and not and he that man kneeled on George Floyd for damn near nine minutes and killed that man murdered that man long look that. UH, like you're doing it and what I you guys. I'm trying to tell you all with you on a thousand percent with you on this is why. I wanted to talk to you because I know that that there are you know we all have A. Preconceptions we live under and biases that we live under. And I wanted to reach out to. You guys specifically you. You were the ones that. I was told to speak to that that this. Tolerable I'm happy to have the conversation and I'm glad you having it because I think your audience needs to hear it and you know you you said something a little while ago and I wanted to talk about that. You know this is. This is a country America that denies you know black, people justice and just plain decency, and then they act like we're just supposed to be happy to be here because it allows a few of us to. Did I say that already of US out here? Catchy? You said you said you said you know you guys..

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"club " Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"club " Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"The George Floyd story is being lost. Right there, two things happening in America, and and it's it. It sickens me. What happened to him? Legitimate national outrage about a policeman's criminal brutality has been hijacked. And I don't want to forget about George, Floyd, what would happen to George Floyd? Sickened me and I wanted to reach out and tell you all this. I WanNa make sure you have no doubt and I'm not the only American who feels this way. The senselessness of you know we're only given one life. We don't get a do over. We only get one. We all take it for granted because it just happened were born. We don't even remember that but George Floyd had his taken away from him. He didn't lose it. He had it taken away from him in a meritless stupid way am I. Think most Americans are just as angry and sad about this as I am. And I'm also angry. Cops stood around there and didn't do anything to stop it. It was just. I can't tell you how frustrated it is and I just I just wanted to share the emotion. I have with you guys about this and to try to convey to you that I actually think most Americans are just as sickened and outraged by design. Yeah, and you know what one of the worst things that I feel like. We're so accustomed to being in these situations where we get. Get frustrated where nothing happens, and these police officers are back out doing the same thing over and over again, and that's part of the frustration is. This is not an isolated incident. This is something that's been happening in our community for its hasn't stopped. We don't see when it will stop. And I think people are frustrated and it's a combination of so many different things right now. Well. That's I think absolutely absolutely right the if you look at the. The the actual circumstance you had what happened to him. It's on video. You've got the COP. The cop standing there almost looking like he's bragging or. Having Fun exerting. How stupid is the COP? Can the COP not be aware of what we in this country are going through precisely because of what he's doing at that moment, how can anybody be that insensitive or stupid? It's beyond me to understand. It almost felt like the the more that people were telling him that he was killing him, and that was blood coming out of his nose, and that he was lifeless. He really felt like just looking at his face I. I think that was probably the closest thing to a devil that I've ever seen in my life. It was his ego to allow them to keep applying pressure and apply impression. Taking that man's life I can't measure of course the rest, Charlemagne. Talking We've seen numerous police killings of black people in this country. Why is the George Floyd Situation? The one that's making you say enough is enough, and this needs to stop why why this situation in particular because I'm fed up with I'm not. I'm not tolerant of any of them. But but I'm just. I'm fed up with it Charlemagne. None of this. To me and I know I know that you're going to disagree with me on this. To me, this is not. America. It's it's A. It's A. It's a sad those definitely. America well see, but it's. It's not what we can be. It's not what we have been. We're the greatest nation a history of the world and we haven't achieved that on the basis of Ood over us are not think think that I think it's easy for you to save because you're. You're a white male, and that comes with a different level of privilege and I do think America does work, but it works for the people that it was designed to work for. Doesn't work for everybody else the way it works for you well, it can. That's the point of America. It hand for anybody who wants to adapt to it for anybody who wants to try to take advantage of the unique opportunities that exist in the United States. We're the only nation. That's ever enshrined the concept of individual liberty and freedom in our founding documents. We're the only country that created a document to govern ourselves by that limits government now. It it's. I. Look. But George Flood wasn't doing anything wrong BRIANNA. Taylor got killed in her house. He wasn't doing anything wrong. And so it's not that people haven't adapted to things just that we get targeted, and then there's no punishment when the police officers commit these crimes against us. No, no! I didn't mean to conflate. George Floyd could've stopped what was going to happen to him. I'm don't misunderstand carrot juice. Floyd is the. Of Innocence. But what I'm saying is is that America is a place. With robust opportunity if you want to go out and look for it and find it now the people ripping up the streets, today and last night, the ANTIFA types. They don't care to find the up. They disagree with the whole constructive. I gotTA. Push back on you, too. It's not just the antique for types. You know what I'm saying like like you see all these white folks out there protest in Luton raising hell, you know I'm saying. Let's not act like there isn't forty million people file for unemployment in America folks sitting around the last three months waiting on stimulus checks. More than forty four percent of those people have been denied. Unemployment checks are still waiting on him to come people of all races or broke. They don't know where their next meal. Their savings are exhausted if they had any. They don't know how they're gonNA. Pay? Bill so of course. In lieu of course they're angry infrastructure. TURNS OUT ON. Necessarily, there's no reason to shut down the country and there was no reason to lock everybody. Of course you put forty million people out of work and tell them you know you you. You penalize them when they do. Try to open their businesses. You're going to create a powder keg. Has Been created, but that's. Why can't that's why can't? That's why? I can allow you to say that? This is just an t there because it is a lot of white people who are. But the country. The ANTIFA people are the violent ones the ANTIFA people are the ones that are trying to capitalize on their course. There's some legitimate hottest felt people out peacefully protesting, but look you guys. Let me take you are. A testament to the opportunity available in America. Look at you. How did you do it? What you have to overcome to become aggressive reckless club. What are you have to overcome become dominant in morning drive in American radio. Who held you back or what were you able to overcome in order to do it the opportunity? Is there the only thing I'm saying right, but you know you talk about peacefully. Peacefully protest right and you were very opinionated about Colin Kaepernick and he was peacefully protesting and now what people are saying? No, they're not peacefully protesting. This is the same thing Colin Kaepernick, kneeling for that, the world was so upset about in the world, said he's taken it too far, and he doesn't know what he's talking about. This is exactly the reason why he was kneeling in protesting the fact that unarmed African American man was doing nothing. They still don't even. Even know if he had a fake ten dollars twenty dollar bill, and not and he that man kneeled on George Floyd for damn near nine minutes and killed that man murdered that man long look that. UH, like you're doing it and what I you guys. I'm trying to tell you all with you on a thousand percent with you on this is why. I wanted to talk to you because I know that that there are you know we all have A. Preconceptions we live under and biases that we live under. And I wanted to reach out to. You guys specifically you. You were the ones that. I was told to speak to that that this. Tolerable I'm happy to have the conversation and I'm glad you having it because I think your audience needs to hear it and you know you you said something a little while ago and I wanted to talk about that. You know this is. This is a country America that denies you know black, people justice and just plain decency, and then they act like we're just supposed to be happy to be here because it allows a few of us to. Did I say that already of US out here? Catchy? You said you said you said you know you guys..

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"club " Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"club " Discussed on 27 Club

"From. Twenty Seven Club is scored and Co written by Jake Brennan says London is the lead writer editor in co-producer. The Twenty Seven Club is mixed and engineered by Sean Ceylan that voting older from lead their considerable music talent, the scoring of the series as well additional music and score elements by Ryan spreaker. The twenty seven club is produced by myself a double Elvis in partnership with IHEART radio. Sources for this episode are available. A Double Elvis Dot Com on the twenty seven club series, the twenty seven published released weekly every Thursday. Season one features twelve episodes on Jimi, Hendrix and season to a future twelve episodes. I'm Jim marrs. If, you like what you hear. pleat assured a SUBSCRI- two point seven called on Apple podcast iheartradio. APP Wherever you get your podcast. If you'd like to win a free twenty seven club poster designed by the men themselves make in solace, then leave a review for twenty seven on Apple podcasts or Hashtag subscribe to Twenty-seven Club on social media, and we'll pick two winners each and announced them on the double Elvis instagram. That's at double Elvis. You're GONNA WANNA. Give that a falling. Out there and spread the word about the twenty seven. As, always you could priming blabbing about other walks. There's other podcast disgracing. You can talk to me per usual on instagram and twitter at Scripps Land On. One way or another?.

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"club " Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"club " Discussed on 27 Club

"From. Seven Club is scoring Cohen by Jake Brennan. Zach's Lundy is the lead writer editor in co-producer. The Twenty Seven Club is mixed and engineered by Sean Calebs, and that voted both of whom lead their considerable music talent to the scoring series as well additional music and score elements by Ryan spreaker. The twenty seven club is produced by myself for double Elvis in partnership with iheartradio. Sources for this episode are available a double Elvis. Dot Com on the twenty seven club series page. Twenty seven of is released weekly every Thursday. Season one features twelve episodes on Jimi Hendrix in season, two future twelve episodes on Jim Morrison. Like here, please be sure to subscribe. In cobb on Apple podcasts, the iheartradio, APP, or wherever you get your podcast in. If you'd like to win a free twenty-seven poster designed by the man himself, make Gonzales then leave review for twenty seven club on Apple podcasts her Hashtag subscribe to twenty seven club on social media. We'll pick two winners each week and announced them on the double Elvis instagram. That's at double. Elvis you're gonNA want to give that A. Piece spread the word about the twenty seven. As always you could find blabbing about other crazy rockstars. Other part has disgrace land, and you can talk to me per usual on instagram and twitter at Scripps Land Pot. One way or another?.

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"club " Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"club " Discussed on 27 Club

"I but you mean Hendrix say Kent Lake you on reached. The front pocket of his greasy. Believe is extracting from the tight denim paper Bendel kindle of cocaine he unfolded carefully dipped his log cultivated pinkie finger nail into the white powder. Careful the move is arm over the back of the front bucket seats. Tord Jimmy seated in the back. Jimmy dive bomb the coke snorting it up in one shot with the same quick race used project sparks from the neck of his strap via Awami bars. You manhandled insane fingers. He currently pressed the side of his nose. The head slammed against the back of his throat. Almost immediately he felt the rush is looking for the Salvation Club was no more gone in the past just like Gypsy Sun and rainbows or soon to be no more faulty microphone. No more Larry so he knew the feeling was temporary was all temporary. This too shall pass the good and the bad fleeting moments of bliss and despair. Nine hundred sixty nine a little more than half over and it already felt like five of years crammed into one it was already a blur in February Rolling Stone magazine Crown Jimmy. Her former of the year tours followed followed in England Sweden Denmark West Germany Hawaii Canada one day on stage at the Denver. Pop Festival the next laying down some new tracks at the record plant in New York. He'd wake up the next day and find himself at Olympic studios in London. The Blur was intense. Stage Studio repeat geography. Be Damned jammed. It didn't matter where the GIG was. Or what the opportunity was Jimi Hendrix in nineteen sixty. Nine was a man who made the scene Jam sessions with Billy Preston rested with buddy miles with Roland. Kirk with Stephen Stills with the cats and traffic quick turns in the producer's chair guiding the production of songs records by other artists like cat mother and the all night news boys heir apparent tripping balls in woodstock seeing ghosts and Morocco running for his life in Harlem up to no good in Austria blowing minds at the Royal Albert Hall and Charming America On the Dick Cavite show during the cabinet interview Jimmy jumped from the blur of his present. Day looked future. Sure he talked about a world where music was a vital necessity of life like water air. The people would need it in order to achieve peace to achieve clarity to survive five. He had what they needed because he had the music to bring people together to heal them to make sense of themselves a world that was continuing to make less and less sense. It's every day Jimmy needed to. He needed the music he needed. The piece the healing he was no different in. Despite his outlandish dress his cosmic slop Talk Future Russo Guitar slinging despite all of this Jimi Hendrix was strangely relatable but despite whatever connections he was making nineteen sixty-nine Jimi Hendrix fell off kilter. He was throwing all kinds of stuff at the wall to see what would stick or rather. His manager was doing the throwing on behalf of his Qatar superstar. His manager. Michael Jeffery had him playing all over. God's Green Earth touring non stop recording in the studio on these between creating new contracts to help pay for other contracts. Jimmy sat in the back seat the Dodge Dart and tried to wipe his mind clean. He needed this. This moment of relief. This oblivion next two guys who weren't going to talk to him about the same old shit again and they could be as dumb and wandering they wanted to be the dumber the better honestly. He just didn't one APP to think too hard new more. It was way too late way too early for anything to stimulate his brain size. A handful of strong drugs and Jimmy's is rolled back. He led his head slump against the window. Felt like you. His vibrating. Moving forward going somewhere. Got Me floating round and round always up. NFL let me down. The rush was real in all he could think about was getting more. He opened his eyes. The car car was moving. Fast car was actually moving. Shit glance ahead short stack at the wheel roaring through restless Manhattan glass to his side. Lanky motherfucker other folks got a winner. What is that con-? It was in the Lanky. One point straight at me as if Jimmy were going anywhere anyways he wasn't put all all the same he wasn't picking up. Whatever the shown looking linke dude was putting down? Hey Man Jimmy started mumble. Lanky cut him off. Shut the fuck up. Put this on tossed the Red Paisley Bandanna Jimmy slap the kind he used to play cowboys and Indians with with your brother. Fewer ten born in one thousand nine hundred eighty five. The KYW news is to wrap your long hair back if you were biker or a keyboard player in the shitty classic rock band the kind of us to turn your arm if you were junkie or if you were Jimi Hendrix kind deeds to wrap around your LSD TABS to your skin with to absorb straight into your brain. Wait a minute. was that even possible. Jimmy was fading. The cocaine was jigsaw through his focus. Yo faulk head blindfold yourself and then now fucker tighter on your head man. Jimmy laughed left. Holy Shit the blow hidden heart. And what the hell was going on in this car right now. What a trip? His friends were not only courteous but had a sense of humor. Oh came in. I dated biggest. Jimmy said mildly and tied the bend in the block. This is what's this all about. Everything went black Jimmy in the dark a cocaine headache performing in the middle of his forehead. He heard the engine road heard. The wheels hugged the pavement shorts. Jack made a left here right. There heard a subway car rumble above ground. A side window. A group of women. Who'd into the night? He had seen all kinds of headlights approaching from the street before the blindfold went on and he saw them still faintly they faded into the blackness. He felt the NUB of the pistol ease into aside short stacked hard left to hell night. Let us foot lane to the gas paddle. We've got a shot. Holy Shit. That was easy man. Link you cut short stack on the side of his head with the back of his bony hand. He was fresh.

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"club " Discussed on Fit Club

Fit Club

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"club " Discussed on Fit Club

"My phone shut down at eleven thirty so it's like a time. Where do you it goes into the goodness tells me it's time like that's on iphone? Oh Yeah so you can like set what time you wanted to and then it actually goes into sleep yes sound you can still be on it. Of course it lets. You know that it's time for bed. Sleep has been one of those things. I'm so oh good and the guy had like a little bit of personality. I'm so good at making progress and everything else I wanNA make. Progress in the sleep has been the one thing I haven't. And so we got this new strap which from from Willamette as well and I it quantified how bad I am asleep. Exit hours on average. I'm like in bed for about six hours. was getting four hours of sleep and so it's made me really focus in and hone in on what I'm doing wrong so I'm getting the lavender tunnel. Means to the lights are out and making sure the blue light red light that whole deal. What have you done? What have you discovered about your own sleep patterns That I am very in tune with myself. I'm a very good sleeper. I've always been a big sleeper and I think we have kind of people have Really made popular the whole whole at is the word hustle all the time from New York. I'm all about like multiple streams of income multiple things going on. I Love Hustle but I think when it comes to like entrepreneurs and business owners and people that have multiple things going on the kind of glamorize.

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"club " Discussed on Fit Club

Fit Club

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"club " Discussed on Fit Club

"You think of this kind of makes sense? But it's nice to episode two right. I I think music has honestly gotten me this far in life I really you know music has is made me live through. La Traffic you know. I don't think I seriously I you know people people getting Zaidi traffic going on You know it's very nervewracking sometimes especially when you're sitting there for hours ahead so it can be like an hour and a half for me to get up here sometimes marina and and like listening to Vandross or something of that nature I'm very R&B Bertha because die. Thank you see in a good place. Okay so yeah. I think that's what I loved about this. It was like the first time that the study was looking at music as something to be prescribed. And they actually have the seventy eight minutes they actually break it down. They say you really WanNa be on average listening to fourteen minutes of Uplift Music Day. Ten Sixteen minutes of relaxing music sixteen minutes of music to help overcome San Dan. I mean you choosing the Music fifteen minutes of music to help you concentrate and seventeen minutes and music to help you manage anger. That might be your hardcore rock. I don't know yeah I know I need to know what kind of music is that helps. You concentrate image inger not like I angry and you put it on it it it helps you release that anger not just calm down but helps you release the anger. Maybe it's sort of like for me. It's more a song that would be more like.

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"club " Discussed on Fit Club

Fit Club

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"club " Discussed on Fit Club

"Tune in right now. Woken fit clubbers. We are back with an all Neo sort of fit club. I note with a little bit different here. We've got a wonderful guest in our guest, host nila, as you guys know, my name is soccer Smith. And again, I'm joined by these wonderful guest, first of all, thank you for joining us here. And then, you know, for training again, to fill in for coho salute may. I'm glad to be back here. I love Dan. I'm excited season. We got a lot to talk about if you guys don't know who's Carajas says she is Olympia from oh, eight twenty twelve and she's going back in twenty twenty so we've got some interesting stuff to, to get into, but I want to talk about our slate of storage for the day, and the first story is sleeping with the lights on actually causes weight gain in women. So I'm kind of happy didn't say in men because I keep the lights on I fall asleep with the lights on. That's that's a percentage of it. Why I gained it's crazy because they're saying if you have a television or light in the room, it can cause you to gain eleven pounds over about five years. And so, yeah, it's the little things and it's a seventeen percent chance of getting eleven pounds but at twenty two percent chance of becoming overweight, and thirty three percent chance of becoming obese so raise that is crazy. Basically, set your set your metabolic clock right off because you see light when you're supposed to be kind of winding down, and you can get them in the bollocks syndrome, and all these issues. And so I was wondering for you guys. I mean for you and for you what do you do about fleet? Have you consciously? I'm still struggling. That's a tough one, actually, I actually used to sleep with the lights on because I, I lived on my own for years, and I would, you know, leave the Nightline on just because I was scared. I know the now of course you know, I have roommates and it's different. But I did not realize that, but that's the reason of my weekend. That's leads. I used to sleep with the lights on when I was at USC because I would sleep I would have such a crazy schedule. Like I literally would sleep in get up like four AM to do homework, and then do homework from four AM to when I had to get up and go to class and turn it in so. I do all through college. And now I can't do it just depends, like if I'm so tired. I'll fall asleep with the lights, then I'll wake up naturally, and then to the lights off. I usually take for good sleeping a I take what is it? Don't melatonin. Yeah. Do you do anything sleep wise differently when you're getting ready for to run if a week before the Olympics there are you really hard for sleeping? I do melatonin. I do. They have this. What is it the name? But it's like this type of powder. You take, and it helps you sleep as well. Museum. Yeah..

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"club " Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

Cracked Movie Club

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"club " Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

"Right felt like freshman year you're just like imitating things you side john hewson where we alec move freely that's deep i'm gonna say that thing that's a point that somebody else made i can now also say i like them as his imitation until you figure out like no i'm not the person the right amount or i'm a privilege nyu yana when i went to college everyone was trying to imitate fight club in their cassandra i am i took third or class the only thing i ever did was do the um if you see people to to yes actually when when he's fighting is yeah grabbed both threatened flips them over that's desperately needed that onstage 'cause they owe you had to prepare something tell us what you think theater is and prepare if that isn't good such stood there now with back on the web i feel that was my only thing that i did for theater and go that way more inches nightclubs like obnoxious especially watching and now it's like white guys are there still angry but it's just like they were like railing and my my senior your book that year was loaded with great balance it's pretty great guide right so i guess were we're going to wrap it up it up buddy of in a petition you guys for some final thoughts about the breakfast club and we're we're haitin on his mobile up a look at spree i like i enjoy it i still enjoyed i think especially knowing at the time like what it did for um teenage mizzou would set the template for what they have been to this day pretty much and to me it will always have a place like where i was in high school i needed it made it yeah i mean it's like.

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"club " Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

Cracked Movie Club

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"club " Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

"The scene where they're all sitting around and sort of saying like telling but what's going on their home life and brian than nerdy at they michael has that moment of uh i was going to kill myself i brought a gun to school and it was a flare gun which is like such a dump teenage boy thing the dealer assume but also have like he was like going to kill himself let us shit that's pretty pretty dark and that's pretty real for a for a teen comedy to get and then also a is another moment in that scene where he is likely you guys talk to me on monday and then they all say they will and he's like no you won't and i'm like that's like the real thing of the breakfast club i think is that this is happening any kind of no on some level this is like a flashinthe pan i don't think they talk to each other again i think you're supposed to assume that they don't and then he says the interesting thing it's like another interesting thing where he's were eastlake wall me analysis hostile talked to you guys were people than you are you but it's like better people and if it yeah and if you're in it fits with them i guess like the the nerd archetype we don't that's not what you expect the nerdy kids to do it is to have like somebody come and talk to them and then when assumes ago where they start making fun of them yeah it was it was challenging the stereotype in a way that was unusual in a way that i don't think gets i haven't seen be directly addressed the movie that i it also has like a very great still relevant observation which is you're either approve or a sledge you don't get there's no matter how middle ground young gets a just be like a person with issues like it's like she's so right also uh i think a notable thing was like an when andy talks about how he tapes with them at the guys cheeks together.

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"club " Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

Cracked Movie Club

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"club " Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

"Razzaq this is the best thing and i maintain that it's the best thing and then i i got into a whole bunch of lake classic british comedy because of it but it's funny that they were all kind of watching me like in assessed not going great for her what can we do to give her this coup the coolest pop culture all of your your australian give due to brief fiscal i call the burki club verdict okay so something we'd like to have our guest due at the top of the show is a if you would please a favor us with a brief plot summary of the breakfast a real plot summary yeah okay so it's shurmur high school in shurmur illinois and there is a geek jack a basket case at princess and the guy named bender very distracting in a post you trauma world and they all have detention for various reasons piece in getting dropped off by their parents to the come very different backgrounds and over the course of a day they learn to come together and put aside their differences and make each other look sexy and fall in love and it is true they also it's a great film soundtrack stressed that enough yeah reap film it greek at you know we talk a lot about how great at don't you forget about me as we all forget about the use of we are not alone during that day answering wound in elon to really get music now i don't want this movie and years you remember in lots iowa but i do know last her watched i was like this is not as profound as i thought.

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"club " Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

Cracked Movie Club

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"club " Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

"M carbon enjoy like a abe is still out in carman is a today yeah i may today movies love a cat into them he says that that's his catch every walks in a room movies love a lot in for the selfappointed cracked movie experts were to point out some things you may or may not have known about your favorite classics and drop observations that might ruin the movie for you or not if you're mature enough to handle it we're starting in a month new director month this month it's john hughes month for the next hour or so we're going to be talking about 1985 the breakfast club tricked by john hughes one of those today's our guest jenny jaffe who is a creator and starve i abc's neurotic a high hey guys hey so movies let's get into him as a popular catchphrase don't you don't know about that popular catchphrase session a tshirt i'm wearing right now oh i get me all i like into a if you wanna scream printing stores of the mall no no sense a popular freight i haven't tattooed oh yeah them that's graham 3 yet in ruins generally hit the major dream that abe a trendsetter took it before you begin jedi could you tell us the first time you saw the breakfast club i think the first time i saw it was on dvd that my mom bought me a dvd of it and i think it was like seventh grade and i was just going through it socially listen you guys might not believe this because i'm an adult who chose to go into entertainment but i was not a popular child i watched the breakfast club.

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