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Dan Milnor and a conversation (you may need to hear) about pro photography today
"Today's guest is a photo book and creative evangelist. He loves photography, but he really does it for paying clients anymore, which he says has led to a more rounded interesting and better life. He spent twenty five years as a full time photographer mainly shooting documentary work for newspapers magazines clients in Nineteen, Ninety, seven, he quit photography, but in nine, hundred, ninety, nine talked into coming back. To work as a photographer then in two thousand and ten, he quit a game this time for real and today he works for Blurb the print on demand bookmakers he lives in. New Mexico one of the United States with his wife where he rides bikes explores and continues to work on his own documentary projects and create box that potentially no one will see or even care about. I stumbled across him on Youtube while rediscovering my passion for Photography and start shooting more for myself. He's breath of fresh air full of positivity even though he will potentially go against everything you've heard from any other guests of interview. Thing is crossed. This is a positive experience. All of us I'm talking about Dan. Mill Nor am truly rat to have him here this now Dan welcome might yeah. Thanks, I appreciate it. Wow. I've sounded amazing intro. Maybe. We should read that again. I'll send details to. Tell me why do you feel that you are? A happy better more random person now the shooting professionally. Oh, man it's a great question I just started thinking about this a couple of weeks ago. I've thought about it a lot but prior to that, but I made a realization a couple of weeks ago that I sort of pushed aside since two thousand ten when I made the decision to really walk away from being a full time photographer I became a better person almost immediately, and the reason for that is that being a professional photographer especially if you're trying to. Make your own work and not just you know sort of content with any assignment that comes along the Pike if you're trying to adhere or hold to a certain standard or style that may or may not have a home in the industry, it's very difficult, and so the consequently you're forced to think about yourself far too much. So the moment I quit photography, which was I think it was Tuesday afternoon in two thousand ten just said I'm done and I deleted my email account primary email account and I suddenly didn't have. To think about myself all the time I didn't have to speak about my business I. It was like being on the freeway letting your foot off the accelerator and all of a sudden you can lift back and say, wow, I can take a look around here and I realized one I've been focused on myself for far too long and I've been focused on a very narrow sliver of Tarpley for far too long. I should have been a more well rounded human being and educated in in areas that I wasn't also Just more educated in regards to the creative industry in general, you know what our designers doing, what are illustrators doing, what a writers doing why am I not collaborating with these people? You know it just was a wakeup call of sort of epic proportion and it's on me because I made the same realization in the nineties when I quit the first time and then I talked myself out of it I was like, oh I should do this again and I probably should have never gone back from ninety seven or ninety nine. I was like a square peg round of the photo industry I never really felt completely at home because my philosophy about what I was doing was not typical. And I WanNa make the pictures that other people were making I. Didn't WanNa make them in the style that other people were making them and I just kept finding myself swimming in quote unquote wrong direction and you know my colleagues and other folks in the industry were just like what are you doing? You can't do what you're doing and I thought well, you know I can and I am and it is. A weird scenario to end when you're constantly in the minority. But yeah, I just took a look around inside I need to stop thinking about myself so much and start thinking about other people but understand, hey, you had a chance to thanks so much about is still if you answerable to, I guess an editor so won't you focus on the work you had in front of you had to submit and get done. Well, it depends on what style what I'm shooting. So I made a couple of realizations very early. So I graduated from photo journalism. School. Ninety two I got an internship at a major newspaper ninety three to meet year to find an internship I was like banging my head against the wall. I found internship and ninety three. I got very fortunate because it was a big paper they had good budgets. They had a lot of photographers that I was rabid I was so amped on being talk refer and the photo editor realized that very quickly and it wasn't like I was a great talker or great inter. It was just that I was rabid and my pictures were in focused and I could talk to people without slobbering over myself and so I think the photo editor looked at me and said Oh. He's not a liability like I can actually give him good assignments. So I got good assignments. Photographer when you're working for a newspaper or a magazine Yes, you are almost entirely beholden to their editorial style it what the editor wants, photo editor, etc, and so found very quickly. You know what I could get away with in the newspaper world? Picture wise because we were a very conservative paper and I I would shoot things in in the field in my head as I was framing it up I'd say they're never gonNA run this even if it was a great image, I would say all the higher ups are GonNa make nervous they're not gonNA run. And when I went into the magazine world, it was the same thing I realized very quickly that I was not shooting my photographs shooting their photographs.
Georgia high school from crowd photo shifts to online classes
"High School plans to start the week with all classes shifting online after nine students tested positive for Corona virus. North Paulding High School made headlines last week with photos posted on social media showing crowded hallways and students not wearing masks. At least nine people at the school have now tested positive for the virus.
DJ takes third-round lead at PGA Championship
"Will have a major championship awarded here's Dan Reardon for the third day in a row, the overnight leader with 102nd PGA Championship. Is a new name heading into today's final round of Harding Park in San Francisco. Former U. S Open champion Dustin Johnson holds the lead at nine under Poor Johnson found success on the Greens on Saturday and posted a 565 toe lied to rookie study. Scheffler by one shot. Scheffler, who also turned in a 65 on Saturday, would be the first player since Sean McKeel to make the PGA their first tour win and the first since John Daly in 1992 to do it as a rookie, Cameron champ and Colon Marika will be the second to last group out champ, also a stroke back at minus eight. Morikawa at minus seven, Along with Paul Casey and two time PGA Champion Brooks kept Tiger Woods will have to wait if he has to add to his major wins. Total Woods with the 72 on Saturday is plus two for the tournament, one stroke better than ST Louis and Adam Long covering the PGA
Former "Ellen" Producer Speaks Out Against Show's Culture
"Talk talk show show host, host, Ellen Ellen did did generous, generous, continues continues to to come come under under fire fire for for what what many who worked for her called the show's toxic work environment. Staff have claimed she's not the happy go lucky person we see on TV and is, in fact anything but kind to employees, telling them not to look at her or talk to her ever. Hey, CBS's Dan Mitchinson spoke Mohr about it with Hedda Muscat. She's the show's first producer and Grammy Award winner. Why speak out now? Because I was asked. I did not seek this attention at all. I've laid low for 16 years and then the entertainment community when people have asked me on all the other shows I've worked on after that from America's got talent. I launched that. Two other shows, including Hot bench with Judge Judy People would ask me my bought, my new bosses would ask me. So what was it really like working with Alan and I always said fine. Fine because I didn't want to put that by about there. I had moved on already. But the media approached me about two weeks ago, Buzz feed, and they disclosed to me that there were over 50 people that they spoke to at that point, and nobody wanted to come forward with their name. And I said, Why And they said, because people are afraid I said, Well, I'm not afraid anymore. If you want to use my name, go for it. I mean, you were the first tires on the show when it started. What was the environment like back then? He was saying the exact same Ellen is the cold person. But here's what you have to understand. I didn't I'm not complaining because she was cold. I'm complaining because that attitude that she exhibited in the office which I say cold, indifferent, aloof, very disinterested in what I was doing. I was human interest producer. So the show was really relying heavily on all these human interest segments. She had no interest to have an understanding of the story that I was pitching her the story that we got approved. Finally, you know with the other MPs. Everybody had to approve. The story should know interest when I was trying to brief her on what the guest you know was going to be doing and my many of my segment's fell flat. Because of her disinterest in them. If you weren't an a list celebrity, she wasn't really couldn't care less, But once it affect your work, the quality of your work and your segments, then that becomes very toxic, and it's very difficult to deal with. I'm very strong person. You know a lot of the newspapers I noticed in the UK were saying, Oh, she's just soft. We're not soft. People were very aggressive in the way we book Our guests were looking for that news breaking, you know, first right exclusive story we can handle. Helen's coldness, but what we can't handle is when it starts affecting the quality of our work. As I understand it. Ah lot of employees. Maybe most employees had to sign a non disclosure, Did you Yes. And are you breaking it by talking to us? I don't know. I don't care if I'm in my sixties now, you know, asked me 10 years ago. You had probably care. I don't care anymore. You know, the media asked me. You know what? I go public with my name because everybody was afraid. And I was Sure why not? And I'm doing this for a bigger reason to have a daughter, who also is making her way in the work environment. She's only in her twenties, and I just just like the meat to movement. Change the culture. Of how women are treated in the workplace. Hopefully, black lives matter. Huge. Hopefully that will continue continue making amazing changes in our society. I'm hoping that this is you know the whole toxic work culture changes, too, because we can't do our jobs effectively when you work for someone who allows her co M P. Ed Glavin to go off on people in a rage she witnessed. I was in the room when she went when Ed would go off in a rage with veins bulging and she would laugh and say. Oh, every production needs its dog. But we knew that we were going to be at the receiving end of that screaming rant at one point so we can handle it. It's not like Oh, gosh, poor us. It's just that her mantra of be kind is so fake, and I think that's what disgusts me so much don't do that. How it's turned to them have to go. Be kind. We know who he is. I work for Simon Cowell's And he was amazing to work with very tough, very abrupt but to the point but professional and it made me a better producer. There's nothing that I can take away from the Ellen Show that made me a better producer. Okay, we only have. Unfortunately, about 30 seconds left to go. I want to ask you these claims of sexual harassment. Was this going on back then, when you started with the show I don't know. I wouldn't know that I was an older woman there. I would not know what went on behind closed doors. But if my colleagues they're saying it, I believe it. And now that this has all come out in the open. Do you think this is going to be the end of the show? I would like to see it be the end of the show. Yes. And that was had a Muscat, former producer with E. Ellen de generous show that wasn't exclusive with K CBS anchor Dan
COVID-19 relief bill negotiations fall apart as lawmakers remain divided
"From covert 19 lawsuits remains a top priority for Senate Republicans. As negotiations continue over the next relief bill, Senator John Cornyn, Texas warns of what he calls a second pandemic of litigation. This could well Camp. Our economy shut down and corn says unfairly punished workers and companies providing essential services. I just think it would be enormously unfair. Democrats say robust liability protections would allow companies to neglect the health of the public and their workers with no fear of punishment.
Biden clarifies comments about African American community
"Campaign trail now where Presumptive Democratic nominee, Joe Biden is trying to clean up some controversial comments he made Thursday about African Americans If I don't have to clarify comments made it an interview about immigration, unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is incredibly diverse community. With incredibly different attitudes about different things. You go too far. Do you find a very different attitude about immigration in certain places, Then you do it When you're in Arizona was a very insulting statement late Thursday might in tweeted in No way did I mean to suggest the African American community is a monolith? Not by identity, not on issues, not at all.
Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting five pharmacy chains failed to get opioid related lawsuits tossed lawsuits filed by two Ohio counties against pharmacy chain CVS Walgreens rite aid Walmart and giant eagle can continue U. S. district judge Dan Polster rejected a motion from the chains to dismiss the lawsuit ruling in Ohio law allows lake and Trumbull county's two filed nuisance claims the county's content of the opioid dispensing practices of the five chains flooded their communities with nearly one hundred thirty million oxy code own and hydrocodone pills between two thousand and twenty fourteen Polster is overseeing more than two thousand lawsuits filed by local governments tribal authorities and others against companies they blamed for fueling an opioid epidemic hi Mike Rossio
Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting five pharmacy chains failed to get opioid related lawsuits tossed lawsuits filed by two Ohio counties against pharmacy chain CVS Walgreens rite aid Walmart and giant eagle can continue U. S. district judge Dan Polster rejected a motion from the chains to dismiss the lawsuit ruling in Ohio law allows lake and Trumbull county's two filed nuisance claims the county's content of the opioid dispensing practices of the five chains flooded their communities with nearly one hundred thirty million oxy code own and hydrocodone pills between two thousand and twenty fourteen Polster is overseeing more than two thousand lawsuits filed by local governments tribal authorities and others against companies they blamed for fueling an opioid epidemic hi Mike Rossio
Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a federal judge allows opioid lawsuits filed against pharmacy chains to continue a federal judge in Ohio has rejected a motion from five pharmacy chains to dismiss opioid related public nuisance lawsuits filed by two Ohio counties U. S. district judge Dan Polster ruled and Ohio law allows lake and troubled counties to sue CVS Walgreens rite aid Walmart and giant eagle the lawsuit alleges the pharmacy chains in the two counties bought a total of nearly one hundred thirty million oxy code own and hydrocodone pills between two thousand and twenty fourteen that would be roughly two hundred sixty six pills for every week county resident and three hundred twenty pills for every trouble county resident during the fifteen year period hi Mike Rossio
The Executive Order To Ban TikTok and WeChat
"He went ahead and did it president trump has signed an executive order to block all transactions with tiktok maker Bite Dance, as well as all transactions with Chinese tech giant tencent beginning on September twentieth. Now, it's worth noting that September twentieth would be five days after Microsoft's deadline to acquire the non-chinese parts of Tiktok or not. Quoting the verge, the spread of APPs controlled by the Chinese government continues to threaten the national security foreign policy and economy of the United States. The order reads the United States must take aggressive action against the owners of Tiktok to protect our national security and quote a parallel order. Banda transactions with we chat a texting APP in China that maintains a small user base in the US in both orders, the president names, the International Emergency Economic Powers Act as authority for the move, as well as the national emergencies act effectively naming talks continued operation within the United States as a national. Emergency such. A move is highly unusual and will likely be subject to a legal challenge. The executive branch has the power to levy sanctions against individuals and corporations by them on the entity list as the US did against Y. and Z., t. e. last year but such sanctions are typically put in place by the Commerce Department rather than the White House and Senate to specific rulemaking procedures that seemed to have been short-circuited by surprise executive order. The president also has the power to force the divestiture of US companies from foreign ownership through the committee on foreign investment in the United States or. But doing so also requires a specific process that seems to have been discarded in favor of a broader executive order. It's unclear how the order will affect talks ability to operate in the short term unlike Weiwei Z. T. The company does not require licenses to operate its network and nothing in the order seems to require APP stores to seize hosting the APP. However, it explicitly covers subsidiaries of by dance specifically, the US based TIKTOK division, and we'll apply to any and all financial transfers to and from those subsidiaries as a result. TIKTOK. Likely to seek a stay of the order in court or be forced to abruptly discontinue services as it takes effect and quote. So everyone basically scrambling to figure out what all this means. There does appear to be a loophole in the order because the order has a clause that reads quote to the extent permitted under applicable law and quote. But also, as Alex, tweeted quote, if I'm reading this correctly, it obliges apple to remove chat from the Chinese APP store, which would effectively kill the company's phone business in China. China represents a little under fifteen percent of Apple's global revenue. But at the same time, the order says we chat quote has over one billion users worldwide, which means it's counting Chinese users as we chat users given the references to chat having more than a billion users. It's clearly intended to apply to the APP globally I. think that would be substantially more damaging for apple in China then losing Google services was for way in the West. I. Think and yet this is the US government doing it to both and quote indeed, Bloomberg has a piece of art that we chat is banned from the Chinese APP store. The ramifications would be huge because we chat is a communication and transaction cornerstone in modern Chinese life. Being without chat would be a big enough deal for Chinese users as to essentially possibly kill the iphone business in China, and at the very least would probably be a big deal as to go to China into some major form of retaliation. Now tencent owns wechat tencent has a market cap of six, hundred, eighty, seven, billion dollars. Its stock was down more than ten percent afterward of this executive order came down. As Dan primack tweeted quote the tencent we chat order maybe more consequential for us tech companies because it seems to ban any transactions with tencent tencent invest in lots of us, companies including fortnight maker EPIC Games. Let's play this out. tencent has an investment in read it tencent can't do transactions after forty five days. So must tencent divest within forty five days if not, how would it ever sell trying to get clarity on this to end quote? Yeah I WANNA put aside the questions as to whether or not Chinese apps represent a security threat for the moment. I for one have uninstalled Tiktok on my phone because I don't trust it. But more immediately, I think most in silicon valley are watching to see if there is. Any immediate cascading of retaliatory actions by the Chinese that could put a cramp in wet silicon valley can do globally. Sources are telling buzzfeed news that an all hands meeting Mark Zuckerberg told facebook employees that banning tiktok would set a bad precedent code I. Just think it's a really bad long-term precedent and that it needs to be handled with the utmost care and gravity whatever the solution Zuckerberg said. I'm really worried. It could very well have long term consequences in other countries around the world and quote. While noted that tick Tock Band in India in June was being hit. Now he alluded to the idea that facebook products could become a target for another country. Later, he did however sympathize with the trump administration's national security concerns. Quote. I. Certainly think that there are valid national security questions about having an APP that has a lot of people's data that follows the rules of another country government that increasingly is kind of seen as a competitor Soccer Berg said quote.
Canada says it will impose retaliatory tariffs on US imports
"Extra unemployment benefits, which expired last week. Canada says it's preparing retaliatory measures against the U. S. After President Trump announced at 10% tariff on imports of Canadian aluminum Dan Carpenter, Chuck reports in a statement. Deputy Prime Minister Christian Freeland says Canadian aluminum does not undermine U S national security. Instead, it strengthens it. Ottawa says it will target products in states represented by Republicans Aluminum associations on both sides of the border have condemned Trump's move, saying it will only add volatilities to the industry and
That history should not repeat: Hiroshimas storytellers
"Seventy, five years ago, this week, the B twenty, nine, bomber, Nola gay dropped little boy, the world's first use of an atomic weapon. At Eight fifteen in the morning of August six Japanese time. The first atomic thumb has done enemy talk. It detonated over. Hiroshima immediately killing around one hundred and forty. Thousand People I'm was aimed to explode about zero point. In the city at the junction of. Untold River. Three days later, another stroke sake. As Japan marks the anniversary, it hopes to keep the wartime memories alive using the stories of people who survived the attacks. On all. Holland. But the average age of survivors is now over eighty three. But those. This'll be the last chance to hear from those witnesses during a major anniversary. August sixth nineteen forty five was supposed to be a day off for seventeen year old. Takeo to Toco. No Snyder is the economists Tokyo Bureau chief. She had made plans to meet two girlfriends at eight fifteen owning at a train station on the west side of Shema. She was running late, and then she stepped outside, she saw flash and heard a bang. Which you regained consciousness, she found herself lying thirty meters away a mushroom cloud rising over the city. People with charts skin peeling from their arms rushing over a nearby hillside. Mr K. Ohka left's to look for her mother. and. Found rivers filled with bodies took her six days to locate her mom who is still miraculously alive. Mom lived for another twenty two years. We stuck ohka became a prominent voice amongst the hypocrisy shower, atomic bomb survivors, atomic sufferers. Telling Her story abroad many times in hopes of preventing atomic bombs from ever being used again. I heard this tale from her daughter. He got no. Mario. Who's part of a fascinating unique project underway in both your Sima Nagasaki to help preserve the stories, of Hypoxia, for generations to come to, how does this project work? So there are still some hundred and thirty thousand living. inbox. Amiss. Gone. But their average age is now over eighty three and the number who can tell their stories publicly is declining drastically. Just. You got the fact that could have done this. So the city government's in both fishermen sake have been recruiting scores of volunteers like music Otieno to become what they call dense Shosha or legacies successors. These are essentially memory keepers, people who learned the stories of the hypoxia down to the most gruesome details in order to be able to retell them with power and veracity for years into the future do. So the volunteers in, Hiroshima, have to go through a rather rigorous course, three years of study training discussion with hypoxia before they're allowed to retell the stories in public. Ms Higashi, no is somewhat unusual in that. She inherited own story, most of the Dan Shosha, take on a stranger's burden. And it simply because that's that generation of of survivors passing that the these city governments have started this program. Yeah, it is. It's really reflective of the anxiety that many people in here, C.`mon, Nagasaki and throughout Japan feel about fading wartime memories I'm what will happen. Once this generation firsthand witnesses passes away the city governments and the peace museums. Atomic bomb museums in both cities have been collecting and recording testimony for many years. But this then social program is away, they hope to preserve these memories in living form to retain the emotional impact. The comes from searing these stories from another human being. and. So where does this fit in with the the wider of up the bombing of of the war in Japan? For Japan, the Hiroshima Experience became central to wartime memory and park has some scholars have argued because it allows victim narrative to dominate shifting the focus away from the atrocities Japanese soldiers committed abroad in Asia and the Pacific certainly oaks in China and Korea have bristled at the lack of context that some of the retailing's of the aroma and Nagasaki experiences or trey. and. If you look at Japan today, it's of course, wrestling a new with the legacy of the Second World War and its aftermath in particular the constitution that America imposed on Japan after the war, which renounces war bars Japan from maintaining armed forces. In practice, Japan does maintain a powerful military which it calls the Self Defense Forces and its Prime Minister Obey Shinzo years has hoped to change the constitution to revise the constitution in order to make explicit that Japan's military is constitutional and and perhaps to expand the limits of what they're allowed to do. Curiously, the public still supports maintaining the postwar constitution. So in short pacifism is still deep seated in today's Japan. and. What about the the the effort of auction others to to learn the lessons of the second. World War d? How does nuclear non-proliferation look at this stage from where you are. Well. This is another source for concern. Of course, non-proliferation efforts in recent years have been faltering just this January. The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists. It's doomsday clock. It's subjective measure of our proximity to self-annihilation closer to midnight than anytime since its establishment in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, seven, the hawks are are pleased and take solace in the signing of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in two, thousand, seventeen, it invokes there unacceptable suffering in its preamble and a nod to how the memory of interesting Nagasaki continues to shape non-proliferation efforts globally yet at the same time, no country with nuclear weapons has signed up to that treaty neither has Japan in fact, which shelters under America's nuclear umbrella. And, and how does that sit with Hypoxia at this stage at this anniversary being marked. I spoke with US Akihiko the governor of the prefecture, and he expressed the view that I heard from many others both your seem sake, which was a wish that Japan would use its moral authority as the only victim of atomic weapons to push harder for their abolition. The hypocrisy. Have Long gramps and spoken about abolishing the bomb before the last houses away. Just to make the do. You call. You can. That's unlikely. But the hypocrisy hope that their stories at the very least. Deter the world from ever using his weapons again. Thank you very much for your time. Thank you very much for having me.
NASA Announces Plans To Launch Chimpanzee Into Sun
"NASA is once again looking to further our knowledge of the universe and the effects. It has on life here on earth, which is exactly why the Space Agency is announced. It is now planning to launch a chimpanzee into the sun within the next ten years. The science world is calling the efforts a crucial step forward in solar exploration and better understanding how species react to being deposited into the sons twenty seven million. Degree plasma core for more on this monumental mission were joined by Opie our science reporter Rebecca Neal. Hi. Leslie Rebecca. How does NASA plan on pulling this off? Well, I, spoke with Nastas lead on the mission Tom Danes and he told me that chimpanzee will be put in a capsule that will contain several sophisticated instruments that would monitor how the animal reacts as it plunges into a burning ball of gas eight, hundred sixty. Five thousand miles in diameter. Here's Danes with some more details. The heat sensors to the chimpanzees body will provide us with real time data about what he's experiencing is he's in by the Sun's gravity as a close biological relative to our species. We believe his skin will react similarly to the sons extreme heat and aggressive UV radiation, and hypothetically his body will disintegrate at a similar rate to human beans right and if. The mission is successful. Hopefully, what we learned from this mission will pave the way for sending human astronauts into the sun on a regular basis. So is the idea here that there could maybe one day be a permanent colony on the sun for humans to get launch to in evaporate and a hellish fire on a regular basis well, Dan said that is a long term goal, but I they need to monitor how the. Chimpanzee handles the sons, ten thousand degrees, surface right patients whose key. Now, this is a bold mission but not the first of its kind correct. That's right a mission like this has happened before but on a smaller scale, for example, on NASA's first attempt to land on the moon with Apollo Eleven, the agency strapped and unprotected duck to the side of the space shuttle the duck perished immediately upon takeoff which helped NASA. Stand the benefits of being inside the capsule as opposed to outside of it. When shooting towards space, they've also experimented with abandoning several elephants on Mars and sending a capsule full of turtles deep into the void of space to be consumed by a black hole. These have all been instrumental to the revolutionary undertaking NASA announced today definitely what are the chances of something going wrong? Well, space travel is inherently dangerous as many Americans. Still, remember several horses never even made it into orbit aboard the space shuttle Challenger but Danes told me that they plan on testing their launch model thousands of times to ensure that the chimpanzee reaches the Sun's core safely before anything goes wrong on its way there there's no have any idea who will be manning this mission to the SUN NASA is keeping its potential chimpanzee roster under wraps right now but sources tell. Me The leading candidate is a seven-year-old chimpanzee named Bobo currently taking up residence at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago. NASA
Bonus Meditation with Joseph Goldstein
"One of the challenging aspects of this practice of paying attention to these quickly passing thoughts is thoughts of very slippery. They slide into the mind. and. So we need to pay particular attention to the arising of his thoughts. And to do it in a lighthearted way. As we pay more and more attention to these kinds of thoughts arising many many times during the day. And doing it with a light heart doing it from a place of interest from a place of investigation. We find ourselves abiding in much more spacious, a much more open quality of mind. That allows the thoughts to arise in pass away in a field of awareness. As, you begin the sitting. Sit comfortably in a dignified posture. But the back straight but not stiff. Leading, the is closed gently. Settle into your body. In sitting posture. And simply sit and no, you're sitting. As you're aware of yourself sitting. You might also begin to know that the body is breathing. Breathing in no, you're breathing in breathing out. No, you're breathing out. At Different Times. You may hear different sounds. Towns may be soft towns. They may be pleasant. They may be unpleasant. Simply rest in the openness. And be aware of how old sounds appear disappear.
David Archer previews the Atlanta Falcons
"The Atlanta Falcons will do so with a former Falcons quarterback. Now he is their longtime color analysts on the radio network for Atlanta. And that is David Archer. David Hope all is. Well. Thanks for doing this. When we look at the Falcons, they made a big offseason acquisition getting Todd Gurley We don't know where the health is of Todd Gurley. What do you expect at a Todd Gurley coming over from l. A to Atlanta for this upcoming season? Well, be honest with you. I think we're expecting a lot of early and mainly in the Red zone. If you look at Todd Gurley's numbers, even with with so called quote unquote down near Around 900 yards rushing, still had 12 touchdowns. All 12 of those touchdowns came in the red Zone, and I think that Atlanta if they could find a way to run the football down close Help three up the talented weapons that Ryan has on the perimeter. Now, listen, you have a little bit more of a potent attack a little bit more looking a little bit more like what? You looked like a 16 when Avante Freeman and Tevin Coleman. We're carrying the ball down there close and created that problem in the run game. Atlanta has not had that over the last couple of seasons. I think that's where they expect Todd Gurley to make his main hey is down there in the red Zone. With the way that you probably have to manage his reps as a running back the rest of the running back room. Is there something that jumps out to you? Yeah, I think it's a good group. Really Do I think that when you look at Brian, Ill in the way, Brian Gillis Kamani together that Hawkins drafted a couple of years ago, Brian Handsome solid moments a year ago. Quadri Allyson. Kid at Pittsburgh rookie from a year ago. Uh, kind of woke himself. A little bit of a roll is a short yardage guy. Â£225 Goal line Guy, four touchdowns. Hopefully, you know, Smith can come back. He was injured in the game a year ago. I believe against the Rams in which he was trying to pick up a Blitzer, which he shouldn't be here should be doing, but he is an outstanding receiver out of the backfield. And a good change of pace back at the back, So they get to three young guys that I think you could lean on. And like you said, Take some of that. Load off. Assad, Girl. Let's get to the next down. And when we do so, we take a look at Matt Ryan and Julio Jones. The two big names in that organization. Do you still believe that this team could be a play off team once again with Matt Ryan and Julio Jones? I do, but it's you know, obviously, it's about you know your supporting cast and you do some things on the other side of the ball, and I'm sure there's a question you've got to worry about the defense's side the football, But there there's a little area in the offensive line. The left guard has been a little bit leaky, right guard's been a little bit leaky because of some injuries and things that they could shore up that into your part of the offensive line. Ryan's Like most classic quarterbacks climb in the pocket. They got to be able to give him that opportunity. Do so if you get into your pressure and accurate from problems, one game will help in that regard, but Yeah. Julio Jones, 16 seconds, 1300 yard seasons. Matt Ryan, nine consecutive 4000 yard seasons. I don't see the one those guys backing off. When you talk about that offensive line to follow up on that I'm a big fan of Matt Hennessy. Being a temple grad, really smart football player puts in a lot of work. Is he going to make an immediate impact in your number one? Yeah, There's always a question that he's certainly in the mix to be the starting guard. There's no question about that. I think that there's ah lot excitement around when he brings the table and and obviously the heir apparent, Alex Mack, probably its center. So Alex back in a little bit longer to still have a good football any But I need to put some guys around him that Khun taken, it could be in there and we had German Brown and James Carpenter guys that could not stay on the field. There was some solid moments from those two big veteran players, but they did not stay on the field and consistency. In the interior specialist that left guard spotted Kennedy ultimately will probably win that job and be the starter that guard let's get to the next down. All right, David Archer. When they flip the switch here and go to the other side of the ball defensively, it was an up and down year for the defense, but it seemed like they did finish in a better spot than what they did earlier on in the season. You could probably say that for the entire team with the Atlanta Falcons this division. Is loaded with offensive talent. You know what the Saints are. Now you have Tom Brady and the division with Tampa Bay, and I'll be curious to see what Teddy Bridgewater does with the Panthers. What's your read on the Falcons defense entering 2020 Well, it's an uncertain situation obviously went on God. Dante Fowler, Dad's pressure off the edge contact. McKinley realized what they thought they had when they drafted him a couple of years and the number one spot picked up Charles Haley, who, ironically, was in the same draft. And raided a route the same attack McKinley are Charles Harris. I'm sorry. Charles. Charles Charles Haley. Right way. I'd like to have the guy that was rushing the pastor there for both the Cowboys in the 40 Niners. That would be great, but Harris. He does have some raw talent there. Can't he realize that I'm the Falcon Tutelage will have to wait and see Grady dear. It's an emerging star in the tackle position and Marlon Davidson, Vienna and an interesting ad, a guy that has the versatility to play inside. Maybe in past situations and also play the perimeter as a 34 defensive didn't run down situations. The answer at all Burn second round draft pick of the fact that they think they've upgraded their defensive line. It'll have to be upgraded because you get extremely young secondary. Probably gonna have a rookie a corner starting your nickels, a second year guy in your other corners of third year, guys, So there's a lot of young players on the perimeter need to get some pass rush speed up the thought process for the quarterback. Let's get to the final down. Alright. I'm surprised that Dan Quinn is Bacca's the head football coach for the Lancer Falcons. What does he have to do this year to keep his job and Is that seats the warm because, like I said, I was surprised that they brought him back for this year. It is warm. I think that it's fortunate they brought him back because of the current situation with the pandemic and the uncertainties, so some continuity certainly has played into Atlanta Falcons off season. I think they've had a solid offseason, much as you can, with the limitations. They're attached to this year, So I think that it was good in retrospect that, uh, Mr Black decided to keep Dan Quint on, but I think he's got there. They've got a bit pushed for a playoff spot. I think they've got to be. They can't come out of the box one in seven. It's got to be a team. It's in the hunt of the entire way. As you said, it's going to be outstanding division with outstanding quarterback play, but they have to be in the hunt to be a part of the postseason play. If they do that. And I think the fans will be a little bit of stab on the wound for the fans. But if you get out to a slow start, it would not surprise me. If if Mr Blank made some kind of decision mid season on coach Boy and I think, coach when is the right guy for the job Now it's put up or shut up. He scored a touchdown will go for two here Oscar. One more question This team was 11 5 We all know the deal they were in the Super Bowl blew the 28 23 lead. The next year, they did go 10 and six, the last two years. It's seven and nine. If you had to identify the biggest reason why this team has regressed, and I know they've had some injuries to but overall if it's not the health of the team, what's the biggest thing that you look at? Why this team wasn't able to recreate that magic from 2016 and 2017? I think their inconsistency ball on both sides of the football in conversion, down situations and in the red zone. I think Atlanta's done a great job of moving the ball from 20 to 20 But when they get in the red zone, they bogged down and settle for too many threes. And I think in turn the defense's side of the football. What about 22 23 scoring defense coming up 25 points a game. They've got to find a way to get more stops in the red zone. That's probably the answer that you could probably get from all teams struggled and not made the playoff teams, but I certainly think That that's identifiable with the Falcons over the last couple years, the inability down deep in the red Zone both on offensive defense, Julio Jones, he's Ah Hall of Fame player. We all know that one of the better wide receivers in the league He's only had one year of double digit touchdowns, going back to 2012 when he had 10 TUC maybe 10 touchdowns in his fortunes this year. Well, I think he's certainly capable of it. But you got an outstanding receiver on the other side of Calvin Ridley, who's realized his abilities down in the red Zone Pretty close. I think Aidan hearse is going to be a seamless transition from Austin Hooper tight end spot So there are a lot of weapons from that Ryan to get the football too. Don't forget Todd Gurley and how good he is at the back catching the football as well. So I I would say no, I think he's going to be 89 touchdowns. I don't think he goes double digits, but I think there's a lot of guys around him. They're going to score touchdowns. Look for guys somewhere between 13 14 guys catch touchdown passes issue. Say that we appreciate it. Thanks so much. You be well, my
Final Derby Dress Rehearsals
"The favourite for Saturday's travers stakes is the Belmont stakes winner Tis the law, the owners of the law, a group of fairly regular guys from the Saratoga area they go by Saka. Toga stables are the same guys who owned funny side the winner of the two, thousand, three, Kentucky Derby and preakness they showed up to each triple crown race in a yellow school bus, not a limo. It was a scene to which many of us could relate but I'm going to give you a comparison of two other. Owners of horses running in Saturday's travers they are and Lori Hall who owned the Third Place Finisher in the Belmont Max Player and Orlando and Jonathan Noda who liked their travers entrant I line are the longest of longshots George Hall is the founder of a Hedge Fund, the Clinton Group that company's assets reached a high of five and a half billion dollars in two thousand, sixteen. Orlando Noda is a thirty one year old trainer who co all of his horses with his brother. Jonathan who's in the car business? George Hall and his wife Lori sold a six level. Manhattan penthouse in two thousand seventeen for somewhere around thirty eight million dollars. Orlando notice biggest return on investment so far has been the horse not loves a fight who not claimed for ten thousand dollars in May of two, thousand nineteen and whose win a month later represented his trainers I ever. T loves a fight won four races for his trainer and finished second last week in the John Morrissey at Saratoga. You. Get the idea Max player for George and Lori. Hall won the withers stakes back in February and finished third in the Belmont. STAKES IN JUNE FIRST LINE FOR ORLANDO. Noda just earned his first win in four tries and he's returning on only ten days rest to take on an imposing field. But if his trainers story is any harbinger, don't count first line out and we are pleased to welcome to win the game for the first time the trainer of First Line Orlando Noda what went into the decision to turn this horse around in just ten days. The horse came out of it good and I nominated him prior to even run especially. Like figure that especially wasn't GonNa go I was I was GONNA test my luck there and restaurant him because. The horse had shown me talent ever since I had him and I think got strike while the iron is hot right now and everything is just clicking on all cylinders. So I. Think we're just going to give it a go is not every day that we can have a three year old peak at the right time via because of this corona virus that maybe I might might just be able to pull off the upset and get my derby points that that I high horse up about the beginning. You would said to a couple of racing aficionados over the winter that you had a derby horse and first line what made you think that then Oh no the horses super talented it from the first time that we breathed him. We knew we had something special. I'm not the lightest of riders and horses just noting on track with me and I just can't picture it. Any other way because everything has played out to where it should as he broke his. Maiden here in Saratoga and I think the past two races, six furlongs, it was just the the too short for him for his long strident. He just went comfortable and those fractions buying the mollering Nathan not many horses hold up biting the whole time that they are at the top of the stretch hometown in first line and they've been at it. Right from the START I line on the outside pokes ahead and front hometown continues to battle down at the rail. Now, they're at the eighth bowl it is first line and hometown go to battle for a mile and a furlong here first line hud and front hometown not giving up they come for the finish and first line is first under the wire. Race I'm wondering if he's even cooled out yet from that race, I mean that was affirmed and Alydar Rier Dan Against Jaipur was neck and neck for a mile and an eighth I mean, how do you think that part of a racist going to affect him the ten days notwithstanding? Even fresh I'm not doing much with him and. Keep Afresh to the to the race. Then you gotta show up on the race checking in, and that's how he is all game once it gets onto the track. IS A. Very level-headed. Once once he gets into training just like train I'm just giving just. Keep them -freshing raider fire. For for the drivers.
Teenagers Surfing on the Wave of the Apocalypse
"I've been approached about the student teacher story before by people who always seem to have this moralistic agenda to tell this cautionary tale of young people who are in over their heads or taken advantage of with too much freedom and sex and drugs, and rock and roll. And I definitely want to be clear with you that I actually believe that artistic exploration and that. Freedom is worth a certain amount of existential risk and I'd rather live next door to junkies than millionaires any day. And I'm endlessly grateful. That we came of age in a place time like that. And welcome to another edition of the shape of things to come. I'm bill floor and I'm Dean Miller and our guest this week artist student teachers. Start off where everything starts off with. Let's introduce ourselves. Then Dan My teachers. Yeah. Go ahead. Base I was more comfortable from the time. I was little kid with what were considered freaks than I like drag Queens I like boys, hugh tweets, their eyebrows I wanted them to put my makeup on J. I Sing I mean going to a dead boys concert with you're sitting in the front row at CBGB's and stiff baiters. Ripping out his pubic hair throwing at you. That's disgusting. But it was amazing. On wore I play drums as teenagers. We were filming gigs for the mumps we were helping the erasers build up their sets for their shows and we've been very involved and so there was kind of this organic thing that came together. You know maybe we should maybe we can do that. You know I mean maybe we can do that. By Play Guitar. Let's say you had. School. In one hand and. Being in a band and hanging out with blondie. David Bowie and the other hand and it was impossible to do both things. Boy Do you think would happen. There'd be less school-going. Joe I buy another talk. I wanted to be a rock and roller I play guitar, and I just wanted to make wild noise. Or. Unveil. muschamp coffee you would see warhol walking around with his polaroid and handing out copies into you magazine. So this is what I thought. Every teenager did it didn't occur to me that. What an unusual environment this what? We're here sort of to talk a little bit about the band place music and give people a chance to find out what the student teachers are really because I think a lot of people in New York even though I know most of the people in the band from the New York area don't know that much about student teachers. Any. Seems to be a mystery to herself and everyone. While sometimes, that's effective. I don't know. Imagine this group of teenagers in the late seventies in new. York. City. Most of them are still in high school, a couple of recently graduated. They're obsessed with bands like television and Patti Smith the Ramones Roxy Music. Most of them come from fractured family lives and find community in the club scene. But get this in the span of six months they go from not knowing how to play instruments to headlining their favorite clubs. Then opening IGGY pop getting interviewed I'm GonNa have their favorite radio stations eighty nine point one W Nyu. How do they make that happen? This Ragtag Group of best friends lived and breathed the scene. They spent all their time together by records running fan clubs. Reading. Rock magazines. They'd go to shows together and off often get mistaken for being in a band so. One day in bills living room they decide. Why not? Let's form one. Just. kind of said that everybody everybody's all play drums and I'll play guitar. Okay. You play Bass and I said, okay. Then lawyer said well, I don't know if my voice will be good enough because she was gonNA sing. So maybe you should be from female rhythm section and then we We all hated. Wouldn't bands felt like sports teams. And with David I both being gay and Philip, and then later Joe being straight boys and then, Lauren? Laurean. Laura being the female rhythm section we really love what we did visually. I think it's more important than we have a concept an idea. I A music. Actual technical ability because we knew our instruments well enough to be able to contain the idea to an extent. But you guys can make it. I mean you think you're gonNA make it after the All of us into. Your knew we weren't musicians and none of us cared but we cared about is that we were gonNA have a blast. We were going to be cool. We were GONNA be the coolest kids and we weren't going to imitate anyway.
HELL FEST (2018) - burst 01
"Now this. Classic. Euros Robert. I'm Dan Fisher. And this week we're finally talking about Dan's favorite movie health. Best. Kindred. Wait minute. It's it's a It's not the favorite. It is a favorite food I like it a lot. You know talk you wanted me to watch this movie so. Did it so. And I'm a little nervous. Even though there's no Turkey baster in this movie. I ever little nervous about it. For, some reason I don't know what it is, but you're always nervous when I get to that after the break. But yes, a little nervous as to how you liked it but hopefully. I'm not back in the negative column we'll find out. Okay. Okay. Lifetime where we get to that before we get to that. Yes. I watched something that you haven't seen I. Mean I know we're gonNA come across from trying to. Now I and I know you're not big on. What's La La Land, right? No No, no, no no no no. Fright night part two lawyer okay. And I know you're not into sequels. I know you're not big on sequels and I know you're probably nervous. You're talking about the eighties Fr- Yes to. About the remake remained no no. Ready. McDonald's I. I was at I was at my friend Carl's who mentioned many times in the past. I. Think we gotTa have him on the show. Absolutely but I I just I don't know what? Brought I. Don't know how the subject came up. I saw Friday night. He's. For. The for you know I said I never see. You never saw it. No. God. Crazy bought the documentary. There's like a two disc documentary bonus features on. Blu Ray he showed me a hardcover book. With a making of the movie and everything he showed me how he met. Tom Holland. He had the disc autograph hundred, Tom a convention oh. That's yeah. All my God. It's like one of his favorites he's.
"dan you" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"Welcome to the BANCROFT brothers animation podcast. This is a show about the past present and future of animation, and all things related hosted by former Disney animators, directors and authors Tom Bancroft and Tony Benn in this episode. The BANCROFT brothers speak with legendary animator and character designer Dan Haskett they talk about his stellar career and Dan, addresses his thoughts on the black lives matter movement, and how much we still need to see. It affects an animation and now here's the Bancroft brothers. Hey, everybody and welcome back to the Bancroft. Brothers animation podcasts. Oh, yeah. How is your week going? Everything been good, are you corona virus free still out? Garin ever school year when we're not covid nineteen pounds. Got All nineteen going, don't you? So yeah, doing pretty good and I. I put on his I regret that now because I've got so many, it was very nice. I got a lot of light comments like only Gosh, what happened and then a lot of concerns? One of those things we then you have to explain it to everybody because it'd be really rude just. Heart, heart, thanks, thank you. Thanks nine genuinely concerned. But. Yeah, bashed gashed ahead. Yeah, that's kind of an old man like you just like we're walking around on the sidewalk and fell over, and not at all Taylor, thanks for bringing that up we the family went on my wife and I went to a river thing with a couple quarantine buddies of ours co quarantining family. So we went on their boat, and then we also went inclined. This cliff was a cliff wall, so that could jump off into the water and I was taller than everybody else of course and so. As I'm just thinking about feet. My hands are so don't fall. bash men headed to the the rock ceiling ahead. Of Me so yeah, it was on. I mean first of all I'm just amazed. You're nanometer were usually indoors just drawing time? Yeah, so the the fact that you were outside doing anything. Athletics sounds very foreign to me. Who I don't quite understand what you're talking about. With. Clean water was involved in boating. Sounds like you were heike, maybe Swiss some. Sweat involved. It was very unusual. metoo but. Let's get into this tiny. We have like an amazing podcast tonight and I don't want What our friend to be sitting around too long? I. Do want to mention though that one of our wonderful. SPONSORS IS STUART ING books that Stewart N. G. BOOKS DOT COM. Go there to get the best of books and they're all the art books that you're looking for any from the mainstream stuff that you would find at a barnes and noble like like an art of book from a Disney all way to stuff that you never find anywhere else in one place like this, which would be like when he goes to argue I am to some. Foreign country to get art sketchbooks from those people their. Own Sandy Okada and get the people there artists Allie. He's. He's getting some the best artists in the world, and he's getting their sketchbooks, and he's making exclusive deal, so you can bring him back to his website, and to his brick and mortar torrents. Go check that out also stewart any books dot com, and you know if you're talking about grade artists and you want to become one then what better pregnant by than the sketch wallet? We've talked about it before time you know we have. It's exactly what it sounds like. It's a sketchbook. Inside of a wallet, you can put your money in their your credit cards and your driver's license. It's got a small little number two pencil in it, and then a nice little mole skin sketchbook in the middle of it, so you can pull that out. You can take it. Put in your pocket purse. Whatever you got. Throw a sketch wallet in. In there, you're on the go. pull it out. doodles come up with an idea for a brand new show. Sure market up in your sketch wallet I got Tom You got him. We use them for travel all the time, but also for just whipping out at the mall and scan people walking by. It's a great way to keep drawing on the move. Wa Go to sketch while dot com they have all kinds of different sizes and shapes the sketch wallet different materials I got mine and leather, but the got some call yesterday wines and stuff they get some retro ones and a new one for kids to buy one for Christmas. Anybody wants and likes to draw. They deserve a sketch wallet. Dot Com. Love it all right well tonight. We have a very special episode. This is somebody that we've been trying to get on. Our podcast is one of our dreams. Dream, you know what he called a a quail. Quell well what is it serves dream quest yeah. Yes, we did a dream quest, and we both kind of like put our heads together, and did like twin mind. Meld, and we both thought of like who's the most excellent person have on the podcast that we've dreamed of meeting and talking to a deeper deeper way. Both came up with. Dan Haskett why Jan and Haskett is with US tonight. So Don't know. Let me just lay it down for you, Dan Haskett.
"dan you" Discussed on Highly Questionable
"I didn't mean to do that. I had been drinking I. Didn't know the strength that I had in that moment. You don't get to be rabbit this. Get, the take take allies before they get to us. That's not fair. Dan You were going to do that. You GonNa head made with that. You intrigued. I can only imagine the waiver. They signed right like that's. That's just the whole big about this like what you had to adjudicate that do. To throw me that far. Why how! Far Away, I am amazed that you can just get a wrastling rain. You know what I'm saying like. It's that easy. People have something like this. Where do you order Arash Range from a wrastling rain cau-. I about a business model of all of this. How does this make any money? I will show you how it makes buddy. Put it back up on the screen. Somehow in the course of a pandemic or whatever it is, all those people paid money to get into the VFW. So why is this? They're probably charging. VIP package is put a front row. I always hear people talk about how they like. Football players I will play for the love of the game. I will play for free and I. Always like no, you actually wouldn't. But maybe some people would because you're right. They're not paying wrassling. And those guys are doing that nonsense for free. Can we marvel at the athleticism of the whole thing? Though first of all I've never seen a wrestler, leave the ring from the actual force of a fat person hitting him in mid air, because like that. Yeah, that's. This question about the do that's in the air. What is his? And workout. Because it appears that you know. You don't WanNa put in none of the grind. Right. He looked like a wrestler. I don't know how much work yes. But I imagine that his audio vascular situation is better than you give it credit for being. To do this. Other cat just showed up to the. That's all the time we have for highly questionable again, but money Jones. You could check him out the right time with Bomani Jones is the podcast Dominic Foxworth you see him on. Get up on sportscenter and at the undefeated. Thank you gentlemen. This is like full seventies for you now you can go on your Shays. Giving it all. You don't WanNa. GET OFF! It is then you have to walk all the way to the mirror. And now you have a right in front of you. You're one hundred percent..
"dan you" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"Why am I different right? I'm no different than they are 'cause that could easily be me could easily be George Floyd. Okay, like just over something stupid like them. Thinking had counterfeit dollar. Okay like running. Okay, you get a black guy gunned down running. I, want every Damn Day every other day I'm constantly running, so it's it's crazy. You Know The Times. Times that we're in. It's definitely unfair, but I just want to get across the IT'S A it's a world thing and we need to just be better It had more conversations. I think that's the key like me. Throwing down your throat all day. Black lives matter you're going to resist that most of the time, but if we sit down and have a conversation and I'm like. Hey, this is a big problem. Let me tell you about how I grew up. Let me tell you you tell me about how you grew up and we exchange stories. You'll find that you have more in common with people than you actually know. And when when you, it really comes down to it, it's people. And that's how I look at an and I just I. Don't choose to use my negative life experiences. It's definitely something that's prevalent. I've dealt with him my whole life. I've accepted it. I've learned how to navigate that and I've learned how to work through that. I have a daughter. My wife, which she's white. My daughter's mixed right and we're GONNA. Ask The teacher differently about the world. Now she's fortunate to be able to have both, and she's going to be so culturally ahead of a lot of people in her life, just having both of us and our different life experiences and families, but it's real manages comes on people. In a comes down just having an understanding really for what people are going through, and everybody's going through something. We have struggles like you. Dan You! Do Bobby I do myself. we just having those conversations about each other and getting to know each other. It's the biggest thing I can't. I have to stress that 'cause you gotTa Talk. Yeah it is it is. It's tough to open that door. I remember one of my seasons I had one of my closest friends. One of my teammates, we were like Locker mace-like. Our lockers were really close together. We live together off the field. And so I had one of those conversations with him. Because a lot, you know in the clubhouse. There's only a handful of types of music played. It's usually like rap or something like it's more like the popular stuff that most guys like I listen a lot of rat news. To. Pumped up, but so I was sitting next to him as another teammate. Put on all this All this rap music and there's like you know the N. Word floating around which is not like obviously, there's a difference between. A and ending with R. Right, there's a clear difference. But so I'm sitting there I feel like kind of uncomfortable. Sitting next to my buddy. 'CAUSE I'm like. How does he feel about this? You know like like as a white guy. I'M NOT GONNA. Sing along right like I I'm not a huge fan in general. I like some rap, but not all. So one day since we live I, ask them like Hey, man! Like how do you feel about that? Word like enwrap? Is it okay rap? Is it okay because some people use a casually? Some some guys don't like it's. It's more in your culture than it is in mind like you know. And and I asked him, and he's like his answer was i. don't use it. He's like I. Don't give it any power. He's like it's not a mortar. My Life, he that's that's my stance I really that other guys. That's not their stance, and that's okay. It's it's. It's individual right I. Don't know, but I just want here's perspective. And he and he told it to me, and he said I. Don't I. Don't perpetuate that word in any any derivative of it. That's a thousand percent. It man and I feel the same way you know like the and I have a problem with it you. You know because you're almost giving them the opportunity to get away with it. What do you think they're saying when they're in their cars right? So if you and people aren't smart enough to understand the difference, and unless also understand the slavery was not that long ago, slavery were were was within our parents age. Right so I feel like now. It's huge. Change in the media doesn't WanNa talk about it. Look at these damn protest. It's ninety eight percent white people out there. Protesting for black lives matter. That's huge, and that's how we're. We're moving in the right direction because the younger generations with the Lesbians and transgenders, however you feel about that. People that are different are being accepted and I think that's a positive thing and I think we're moving in the right direction as a society because people are now speaking up I. Think it took way too long, but I think we definitely are moving in the right direction just like I. Don't think it's fair to put the rioters in the same category in the looters as the protesters those are different Grenell's. News Cycle Bullshit. That was just like. Hey, just like cops right right? Not all white cops racist I'm buddies with a lot of cops like not. There's not all black people are murderers I'm not a killer, right? Not all people are the same, and you know it's frustrating when you hear stories that are like limited, and they get this like hype in it. It's something where it's like. It's a small percentage and don't get me wrong. I should have the attention I just don't think it's fair to say all in every like you get into. That's just that's going down the wrong road when you start putting. Putting isolated incidents into a whole category of people, and that's the biggest problem where racism, but again getting back to that I I'm not either I. Don't use any derogatory terms, because as a black man, people call me that and I've been called that so I cannot perpetuate that word, and having that s to something where I feel like. It's okay, because it's in the song I I hate it actually that they do that so much because you're devaluing the importance of what that word actually means, you're making it acceptable and people don't understand the power that were because they weren't a part of it. Yeah and. What I saw like in this letter that I wrote two young white athletes in the suggest like sharing my experience, and and just my understanding of it all..
"dan you" Discussed on New Pod Flow
"Breath by the bear and somebody else. Think like I. Don't know I just felt like I, don't have. been some. Get the fuck off me moments. You know saying like Oh, shit? I got one little sweat spied on my chest. To swear in one area because you're hot, ASS Hasbro. Desire into took as I. But I was GONNA. Ask You, can you do the Schooling. Can. You should on ISLA four no. See I can beyond it but her. Dan You cut. You can cut off for eight hours. You know I can't do it. Until you fall asleep now, get the fuck off me and let me go here and sleep. My Damn Self sometimes I get completely out the bag. Go sleep somewhere else. Now I was working with a, we would shoot. Breath! You better here role. Show I don't do it. Okay! Now I'm just saying like. Yeah. No I can't do I can't do. Her love name was the physical touch too, so she's like being up on me. Okay Sleeper from sleeping on be waking waking up shift. Eighty balls shit, I, don't we both be like okay? My hip starting hurt. Okay, my lay, falsely okay. My arm fall asleep and it was burns you. Normally, Say Normally, but you know how. Should be going to sleep man that experience. Her. S Love Right, there your arm don't fall asleep for eight hours under a big ASS, lollipop head, but it's probably just word I. Don't know I guess. Position Shittu. uh-huh! But now. Straight but I was I was talking to one of my biggest. Reason why I asked you. You said you can't. He's married. He said the same thing he's like making no, he said I do that Shit until she falls asleep and in my back is turned. Push the share. Why Daham Mega you're holding your girl tonight. No he said I'll be wanting to do and she is. Trying to go to sleep, my dad so I got to go to sleep. if like. What do you think? negus made marriage sound so eber. He said that she was like Nah. Fuck I I'll be ready to go to sleep and I gotTA hold out. She go to sleep in in Phnom, not doing all night, she wakes. She wake up and see the back of their head die. What do you think is the percentage of me and it's been in relationships that just like that? Just they just do shit. Because, they know they girl wanted not because they wanNA, do shit. What my bet, percentage of men they do shit for girls because girls want, and not because they want to do it probably ninety five. They, clearly every nigger! I mean no I in a relationship. Do Shit and I had no interest in doing, but I had to. You had to do it. S, a requirement. I mean even even the out even know how he would have of the like surprised gifts and shit. Is You know what I'm saying? Like you, send some flowers to a job and shit like that like. You Ain't doing because you want to. Look at the price of the flowers. It'd be like God Dale Actually got. Work. Probably Fifty fifty, fifty fifty you. To issue for the girl and somebody, don't give up. The same? Sometimes sometimes. Not Number One likes doing shit from his girl. Sometimes he don't. But needs work themselves into A. You Work Yourself Into A. Maybe a habit or something to wear like now. This is the standard is what she expects of you. spoke the you gotta spend money yeah. Madness not just money like. The cuddling shit like black stuff to that's expected. Much from a that the WHO's love language is is. is receiving gifts constantly buying gifts in? You can't do it no more. I something happens where you can't do. It ain't going to be hearing it. Well what if you're not set the standard like? Are you know what I'm saying you? Did that let's say they expect you said. Let's say like man. One one amax magazines is. One, too I suck at one of them I'm. I'm pretty okay at the two? Yeah one I love legs, but like like one hub light requirements I think maybe maybe love language might be physical touch. in a sense according to this like she wants me to kiss good night every night I suck at that because I'd be falling asleep at eight thirty. It'd be dead and then every morning before I leave work kiss before I. Leave Goodbye before i. go to work. Do I do that I'm good at that I'm already awake. I can remember to do that obviously. Seven forty two Nah I'm guessing you. Like I'm trying to find a way to get into bed now. You come in the House on so good night. Home. Only. Six. So what I'm saying is like when you work yourself into when you yourself, too a A. Habit of something that you gotTa do. Now if you now if I miss a day, like Oh fuck. Running late for work I gotTA. Run out the house. Not Ain't given. Okay this, you know. I get a text is this is really happened before I? Get a text from a like. In the middle of the day. It'd be like my whole days has been off because you didn't kiss me before you left for work. Like. The whole days fucked up for her from. You. Know what I'm saying. This is how women Beato..
"dan you" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"I am so excited to be talking to you. Guys I I feel like now I am like one degree of separation from idiosyncrasy personal connection when all that great comedies of all time I mean. Did you sort of know at the time that this was going to be a thing you know. Look this script was the funniest script I had ever read and I had turned down a really great movie to be in that movie. I wanted to work with Mike Judge and we got there and everything went seemingly well and then we wrapped and then months and months just kept going by and it was becoming apparent. Fox was not going to release it but they contractually had to put it on some amount of screens and all this adding up to us. Finally Finding out that the movie tested terribly right like yes really terribly. Oh Wow. This is a very on topic because obviously Fox is a system right. There's all these mechanisms and levers and one of them rightly globally. Speaking is that you don't throw thirty million dollars marketing a movie. That's testing at thirty. It's just GONNA a bad bet for you but I will say the one thing that a very smart person pointed out. Has it not occurred to the studio that the people that go see a free movie that they know nothing about are the people being made fun of by the movie so you should expect these very low scores so there was no slot in this system to kind of comprehend that that might be the issue that makes right? Yeah so no I thought. Oh No we did this movie. No one saw. It didn't even make a million dollars and I'm like Oh here's kidding me know why and I thought Oh this is just disappeared into the ether and I feel terrible for Mike because it was a great movie and then through the course of time it turns out I maybe more people have seen that movie than other movies. I've been in. That had done great initially so then a great for me. A great life lesson of like you don't know the outcome of really anything until the the time horizon is such that you can evaluate it. I use time right correctly probably not I'm in for it also tells you like I mean I think money correlates a little bit with quality but not very much. It's a good reminder yet I would love because you study all kinds of things and you study systems and you study data and we look for outcomes in Hollywood is one of the weirdest business models out there. Because you're weekly introducing a new concept or a new or new idea. Write your first book made to stick. Why some ideas die and other stick so you come across any kind of Hollywood stuff and then you're researching that book. The one thing we came across is is kind of a model of a sticky idea is the high concept pitch. And you'll have to tell me whether this is still a thing or if this is all You know thing of the past but the way movies would pitched as jaws on a spaceship was the alien high-concept pitch and die. Hard on a bus was speed. And there's just what's so beautiful about those from a communications perspective is. There's just so much meaning packed into the very short phrases. When you hear die hard on a bus it tells you a lot of the foundational elements of the whole thing. You know you already have an intuition about who the star is GonNa be in. You already have an intuition that this is probably a summer release not a winter release into the high concept pitch is kind of a model of how to communicate a lot with a little and the problem is your example is is a one in a million perfect execution of something so you're basically promising to things that are once. A decade collapsed. Together it does enact some some kind of emotion that makes people want to buy it. But I mean the odds of you executing jaws and star trek in one picture. You know what a high bar but it's aspirational. I mean. That's the point. Is You want to get people thinking about the best case scenario and I think what's even more powerful about it is just. How much exposition is packed into that? Like you can do the same thing with businesses like if you if you went back in time to win net flicks was first being pitched as a thing and remember the first iteration of Netflix was like DVD's being sent in the mail. It must've seemed like a very weird idea at the time. And so to think about having to explain this new model and the shipping and you could just condense that down and say well net flicks. It's our new idea. It's Kinda like blockbuster video with no late fees drive in fact something they came up with and it kind of gets you in the right mental space in two seconds or all of blockbuster in your mailbox exactly right. I just punched up their time. I think that would've really worked out that eighty year. So what is what is your history. I know that you throughout your career worked a lot with your brother and chip right and now your new book upstream is Solo Project. You've left the Beatles. I'm curious immediately before we talk about upstream. 'cause I have an older brother who's older and WHO's younger? He's older. He's ten years older so he's Fifty six I'm forty-six I mean. He was off to college. By the time. I was eight years old so we don't have a lot of memories together really growing up like we kind of developed our relationship as adults and it's kind of like a senior partner junior partner thing which is totally legitimate amies. He's a lot older. He has a lot more experience and he's he's sort of the. You know the wise elder in the family and he teaches at Stanford he does. He's in the business glee actually just retired from Stanford Business School. So he's doing other stuff now but he was there for many years. Yeah Yeah because I was I was thinking maybe the gap would be so big that he might have looked onto you lovingly at times and thought. I'm going to help him. I often hear from Bill. I can imagine working with my brother on a book and I think it's because most brotherly relationships you know there's that sense of competition and you're always trying to one up each other and it would have been pretty pointless for him to engage in any sort of competition with me with ten years age difference pretty much good at dunked on me at anything. Yeah and so. I think that takes a lot of the. The Ego out of our relationship is is. I don't think we've ever really felt competitive with each other. Like you know we have to compete for attention or or whatever. I think. It's just a really healthy healthy place to start but you certainly have had to share accolades. In praise in that yeah the meagre quantities. We've gotten yes. We see those UK when we first started working together on made to stick. I mean first of all it was no picnic at first because we're we're very different people in and we had never worked on something as as big as this and I. I'm sort of like the student who in college would have started a major paper at like three. Am in the morning like fueled by no does and then just blaze through it. And he's the student who would turned it in like a week early just to make sure it was done and kind of off of his desk and so you can imagine some of the tensions that we had during this verse process but he and and later my wife. I think over a period of about ten years have slowly almost beaten the procrastination out of me which I am eternally grateful for all my Gosh. Please share their their method. Their methodology is kind of slow attrition over a period of years relentless work. You can eventually be healed. So all you procrastinators. Oh you have to do is get a sibling and a spouse that will collaborate against you and at the ripe age of forty or forty seven. Forty six forty six. Yeah you'll you'll finally not procrastinate job during retirement that's right now made to stick is and I hope you take this as a comic. Because he's my all time favorite. It's glad well ask Ya. It's a little mouth thank you. I do take that as a compliment. He's one of my all time favorites and really kind of someone who blazed the trail for for all of these kinds of books that are now everywhere if I had to describe the cottage industry. It's like it starts with these kind of Social Science theories or social science data. And it's got some overarching kind of hypothesis. The genius of it is then. You just keep derailing into these personal stories or or stories so much storytelling in which ironically is part of made to stick one of the elements that you're looking to have is something that can be passed on orally what what we were chasing with made to stick was was just a very simple question. Why is it that some ideas that you hear stick with you change Your Life? Change your behavior and others just kind of pass in one ear and out the other and my brother had done a lot of research actually on urban legends. It's one of my most favorite topics urban legends so literally. The first story in the book made to stick is Classic Urban Legend. It starts with I shouldn't get. I just gave away the punch lines in urban legend. Forgive me for that. So a friend of a friend of mine is a big business traveler. He's always flying around for work and and he had some extra time in the airport on the way home from a trip. Recently any stopped in the airport bar before he could even order a drink. This attractive woman walks up to him and asks if she could buy him a drink. And this isn't something that happens to this guy very often. We will sure I'll have one. So she walks up to the bar. She orders to drinks for her for him. They have a cheers moment. And He's thinking this is the best day of my life takes a big chug and then blacks out and some unknown amount of time later. He wakes up in a strange hotel bathtub. Full of ICE. Sure and there's a there's a sign on the wall of the TUB says. Don't move call nine one one. And there's a phone right by the TUB and he called nine one one and he describes the situation. The operator says Sir. Can you reach behind you in the TUB and see if there's a tube sticking out of your back to the guy like a finger? Kind of Numb and clumsy from the icing reaches behind many feels a tube and now he's freaking out even more. What's happened to me? I don't understand.
"dan you" Discussed on Shades of Strong ? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative
"It's you have to do it several times in several different meetings in then they write everything down. They keep file on you of everything that you've done and then they have you step out of the room and then they pray over it to make a decision and when you come back they'll let you know whether they felt that you're truly repentant of you're seeing and if they don't deem you repentant. Dan You have to be severely disciplined which is shunning they colleges fella shipping. And so you can. You can still come to the church but no one can speak to you and no one can associate with you and your parents. They can only have emergency contact with you. Guys can't go over there and have dinner or just go hang out. It has to be an emergency situation or a health matter in so you have to go through that until they feel like you're repentant but you have to stay out for a certain period of time maybe like a year and you have to attend every meeting and it's just it's hard it's hard that happened to me twice the first time it happened. I was twenty one and I was falsely accused of being alchoholic but I was young and I accepted it. I didn't appeal but Dan over years made other mistakes in this last time. They said that I have done at had. Just done too much over the course of ten years and that I couldn't be sorry for this last in because of everything I did before and so I was so overwhelmed with guilt I would still go to the church but the entire time. I would cry so hard because I couldn't take in information because I it kept making me feel even more guilty on top of seeing everyone that I loved and I can't be a part of their lives and it got to the point that I wanted to commit suicide because they told me that I didn't love God that just said a lot of very demeaning things to me and caused me to feel bad about myself and so I felt like well if God doesn't love me he doesn't hear my prayers anymore. I don't have Holy Spirit than West use of being alive. The hard thing about that is I had to create a new life from scratch because in the religion you can't have close association with anyone who isn't a part of the religion so I had relatives that weren't but I wasn't close to them because When allowed to actually bond with them so I had to kind of re introduce myself to my family so that I can have some sense of family I had to find friends in this was at thirty years old. Trying to figure out how to find friends and it's just awkward because people wonder like why you don't already have friends and you're like I used to have a lot of friends. That's that's what was the turning point of my depression mental illnesses like I said I was suicidal. I didn't go through with it but I had a lot of suicidal deation. In over the course of years things just got worse in a had a very bad break down a few years ago which caused me to have to be hospitalized dials in a mental hospital for about a week and I was able to receive medication that I needed in. I had always been against medication but they explained to me that when you go through trauma your brain loses Serotonin and Serotonin is what keeps you. Happy and you can't grow back. Serotonin you know when to depleted this depleted and so the medication would kind of balance me out and provide that Serotonin and just balance out my chemicals to keep me you know happy stable and so I agreed. You have to go through so much when you're trying medication because of so many side effects and you have to figure out which one works for you so it took about three years before my doctor was able to get a right combination in now. It's great but I also have to do a lot of therapy which has been lifesaving. But that's been a struggle to because it was hard to find a therapist that I connected with so it's been a ongoing battle but through it. How is caused me to realize how much how important it is to be empathetic to people? You know mental illness has such a stigma and I was functioning. Depressed Person Ballots Excel in. It won't work out to care my responsibilities but wanted to kill myself out in. No one knew and so. It's very important for us to get rid of that stigma to let people know that they do not have to be ashamed if they are diagnosed or if they are going through depression and even if they have to take medication or go to therapy. It doesn't mean the crazy it just means. They need a little help. Oh my gosh. First of all I am so happy to be necessary to so sorry. I'm sorry I didn't mean to interrupt that I dislike. I'm in tears over here absurd. Sorry I have chills. Because as much as we talk about healing. I.
"dan you" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser
"That seen it gets me every time I actually like tear up. It's refreshing to know that even after doing thousands of divorces. You're still a softy. When it comes to love this is true. You'd think I'd be more jaded but part of the reason I do. What I do is for the realizations and reflections. I get working with clients and how that allows me to have new impressions regarding love and all of its forms. Relationships make the best content. I mean from the movie marriage story to this podcast or insights blog on. It's over easy. Relationships make good story. I guess that's why the Bachelor still around though it didn't make esquire's list of the best shows of two thousand twenty a little bit curious about esquire's list of the best shows a twenty twenty because some of them don't really seem to me to have that much to do with relationships but in event. I mean Shits Creek Awesome. Jazz totally does and how those family are amazing. And how their circumstances change how they all relate to each other? Yeah and then. That show on Netflix. The circle I mean that takes dating relationships in a whole new direction. My Kids Binge. Watch that on spring break. I do not understand the good place hunters on Amazon which I've heard is amazing and the outsider on. Hbo which I binge watched. I don't know how much that has to do with relationships though but anyway it was awesome. Esquire says those shows are the best on TV so far but stay tuned. Because today we're going to give you a sneak peek of you'll be loving next and tell us all about it. Let me introduce you to our guests. He is the Emmy Award winning after. You've seen on the big screen and the small screen. He's also a writer producer and bestselling author. Whose book about parenting is one of the funniest memoirs of all time. He's a data has been a client of our great friend of the show manager. Mark Armstrong welcome to all's fair Dan Bucatini Sqi Janis. Big Fan of the shoutout. If you haven't out tomorrow. Marc Armstrong all right. So Dan this show as you know about relationships and human nature and all that and I was thinking about it this morning we have not had johnny a Dad Dad parents. No I am honored so give join us. Is this your first episode? Ever if I'm the first basically now. Now here's the first of this came. Crashing has a sexual husband. Dan You are the first okay. Thanks Yeah Premiere episode so okay. Dan Tell us a little bit about you. I would not have known this based on the name your Argentinian. Well Jewish yes. Okay Yeah Leo and medium. Julio and Myriam Shalom. Thank you exactly. Those are the the most Jewish name she actually. My Mom's name was Maria at the time that their families immigrated to Argentina wages their parents from eastern Europe which is how that happened not so popular to be Jewish not so popular show and it's a Catholic country and so everybody had to have a Latino Berge name okay so all the Jews of Argentina for the most part we all have the funniest. It's so funny because it's a phys- timing yeah gooky. Julio Book Attend Ski Bob Logbook Itunes Scaling. All the first names are Latin. Names we now and Schanberg right you know. So there's you know the Argentinian Jews. Because they sound like Pedro and Pablo and Julio and Ramon and their last as their big Arjun Jewish Argentinian community. There is I mean. I will say that at the time in the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties when eastern Europe was shit. Show me more than Mo. The country is now more than the world is right. There was only open at immigration in New York City and in Uruguay and Argentina. So a lot. A LOT OF EASTERN EUROPEAN JEWS WOUND UP in South America at that time then ironically right after World War. Two A lot of the Nazis escaped Georgian Tina so talk about like a melting pot. You wind up in Tina with all of these hiding Nazis as well as the the Jews who escaped not to Nazis hiding in the United States to the TV show were just talking about her. Is that it's amazing and we're growing some of our own which is exciting. Hey so you went to Vassar again in two thousand eight you married. Don Your husband right. I met Don in one thousand nine hundred ninety two so we've been together for a very long time right. I like to say I was ten when we look good. Okay yes but we. I was in my twenty s and we met. Twenty eight years ago. Say during you had that little four-month window when we allowed same sex. Yes time in California and you rushed to the we did also I mean don was always very anti marriage. Fat always always always but then we had kids. We adopted kids not as a married couple and then it became legal to be married as a gay couple and it felt really wrong that in the window where we could have gotten married to the narrative to tell our kids that yeah we had the chance to get married we just for us. So did you suspect that it was not gonNA pass. No I didn't Johnny has has been got married during that same time window. Yeah I mean it was a period of time where you ran to. You took the opportunity while you still could and we did. We got married on in our house. It wasn't a wedding really. It was just us and our kids babysitter and Tom Arnold. I know Tom Southmead officiated. Your wedding is that right did I did Janis twice twice. We'll we'd had the commitment ceremony in two thousand and two and then in that window and eight. Got Civil. Yeah On Halloween and then had like a little ceremony ceremony. So let me ask you this okay. Because I I'm I'm not anti marriage but I have two kids and I wasn't married to either of their dads and it was not important to any of us at it one of those things and I have many gay friend? I've actually officiated a couple of same sex weddings because I give good wedding But I've asked why is it so important is this like why does the dog liquids balls is because we can and so. You WanNa do that. You like that. Analogy down to serious going downhill very early on. It's because gay. Dads lick their balls and so just to try to make it all come full circle because they can right no. It's a very good question. And it's a personal one. It really just depends. It felt like if if you if you look at marriage as the creation of family which you may or may not down. But you okay. We'd you know getting together with Don when we did. We always sort of talked about and I was younger than dawn but one of the things he always said to me which I really stayed with me. He was not a guy who when we met was interested in marriage. He was like the notion of having to commit to somebody for the rest of your life now in front of a lot of people just to hold you. Accountable feel so wrong. Which now in hindsight it makes a lot of sense right. He was saying that he was like. I think you're committed to somebody you you sort of in a way. Commit to being with them today and then you treat tomorrow as a new today and every day you sort of make that decision maybe not consciously every single day. Good Morning I'm committed to today. You don't have to say that but almost every day you wake up relationships needed to start your day with the commitment but in a way you know building a relationship you don't think about what forever means it's huge and it's not something that was of course none of us know what's the next day is going to bring so the notion there's no better testament to wanting to stay with someone then to wake up every day. Just decide that day that you're still together right for that day and then you look back and you realize that you've accrued twelve years of today's and that's so much more romantic than stating twelve years ago. That in twelve years told a bunch of people in front of a lot of people in a legal document. I'm committed to it then. I don't have a choice. That is less romantic. That said were together for ten eleven years before. Having kids was even something that we decided to do. Okay and when we did you know. In addition to sort of becoming a family of two we were becoming a family of three and then grew a family of four and it felt at that point that for us to and again. It's a decision to Appear Integrate Assimilate in a way that felt little bit of normalcy right or our kids. Say who have two days and there's no mon-. There's already a lot to explain to the world that the more we resembled the conventional family and the more we explain to them later in life that you know when we had the opportunity to marry legally we wanted to form a legal family that included US being legally married couple and so it really was about that it wasn't it wasn't sore fairy tale and romantic. Because here's the thing I have to ask myself why I got married almost every day. Well may maybe as morning artist problem is that I'm I'm now you know having to remind myself way married so I I better be able to sell it good to my daughter at the time that I do. But no don doesn't wear a ring because he doesn't like wearing jewelry and I always feel like just weird anyway like it's good for the kids to look across the table. They're not going to see as touching each other or hugging each other or kissing each other looking lovingly into each other's eyes. That's over twenty eight years it's all. It's all shorthanded. Exactly it's like oh not now making lunch. You know what I mean. It's that kind of thing. So if they're not going to see that at least like this gold band on your finger is a symbol. That's what I think. They don't need to see it rang in order to is like the soap gets caught in the ring. And it's all very practical things just about practicality and I think that even are getting married in a way was about taking an opportunity that would make the formation of our family something that felt practical and make our kids lives easier when they had to listen to their friends. Talk about their married pants. No I definitely I I know my kids. You know have because their parents were never married. That's always been something that they've had to explain not a big deal but just like that's something that they've had to explain Do Your have your kids ever gotten towns to me based on the schools and where we all live probably not but if they ever gotten a hard time about the fact that they have two DADS. I can only remember recently. There is a kid at the I think it was. The beginning of this year was the first time that some kid who was a bit of a bully and has a lot of problems as it is was sort of looking for things to bug kids. Now which is really what. Billy's are all about trying to find a button and they push it right and I think that there was a moment.
"dan you" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Deacon collaborated with the New York City Ballet. And he's going to be here with us at a bar in Brooklyn how far you will fallen Dan. Deacon his music is very layered and it crosses genres occupies space in between like electro pop and Indie Rock. It's like death cab for Scroll Ix. Dan's interest we do a lot of research on our guest and his interests include Lord of the rings the Board Game Settlers of Catan. The movie total recall and twin peaks. I actually had to print out a picture of him and staple it to my script. Make sure I was interviewing him and literally not just any one of our listeners. Perfect we also have a game about web MD. I will admit I have. I have googled my problems in a desperate moment. I googled how to cure disappointment. Yup and what came back was mostly things about how to Cure Salmon. Properly to avoid disappointments. And I gotTa Tell You I felt better all right. Let's play some games. Our first game is about diseases and hip hop. It's the intersection between sick and sick. Let's meet our contestants. I up Don. Yeah schrader you. Research artificial intelligence at Columbia University. Donate your current goal is to have better internet. What does that mean? It's not faster Internet? Yeah it's that I was meandering on the Internet. I had like no real sites. I went to or anything so I got on twitter for the first time. Twenty twenty now. I follow like interesting things and I'm getting like actual links in life on animal. Facts fun animal facts. Yeah okay what's a good one? Apparently scientists still haven't seen you'll spawned together. They swim all the way out to the scene. The Caribbean and that's where they meet. And no one's seen it not scientists private. That's that's amazing. Now I have a new goal so thank you Danica when you ring in. We'll hear this. Your opponent is Elizabeth Filipovic. You recently got your masters in public health. Yes and speaking of health. You once biked at resource cycle class next to Michelle Obama. Yes.
"dan you" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
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"dan you" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"I mean just yeah I mean because it try not to think about it because that's the only way to really not freak out for me. It's like Jesus just trying not to even go there for for more interesting than Jews. Everybody already knows about Jesus Popeye's and told his story hit over forty. The pizzas in the lives. LIES AT PITT shift. Why why are you playing a clip? That's Pitch Shift Dom Zacharias mistake. Well don't let it happen again over her and finally I'm just kidding I love you time. You know I'm kidding right. Yes yes I was being overly critical for humorous effect. It's okay it was really funny. Yes it's not. Shut up. Dan You know dancehalls bars all the time but I do have that problem where I like Do you credit. I'd be addict that I think it's like fun on your is actually. It's on me. I don't know where get from the big bull. Your Dad does it a lot where he'll joke but no one has any idea to joking because it just comes off as real no. I think it's different. I know you're joking when you do it. I don't actually get offended but it's not funny. It's just it comes off as it doesn't come off that good to outside observer any even to inside inside observers it's like oh he's calling me an asshole he doesn't mean it.
"dan you" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"While. was there any bad blood between us when we he did that. ESPN commercial fifteen years ago. Like you you told me to hit you in the back with the the folding chair twice and I had a couple of takes and I hit she was hard as I possibly could no bad blood. We're good absolutely remember. I told you I said hey man you gotta lay it in because it's gotta look good because if you hit me easy and solved it's GonNa kill the whole thing so you had to lay it in and then you also said hit me twice. It'll be a bit like you're the one that said to the guys who are making the ESPN Promo. It'll be funnier if I ask him to. Hit me again. Yeah can't get one of those and I remember it is funny because I really WANNA I sets. I'd bet on and I guess I didn't know protocol and so you kind of want that to be the directors ideas so when I read it by him and his kind of maybe offended him a little bit and and then all of a sudden when it became his idea he was cool with it. And then you therefore hit me twice Can we play that and if you listen to the audio you're going to be able to year hopefully we're able to play this and there's audio attached to this stone cold. We don't obsolete absolutely there. Dan You're studying. Thank pretty fast. Justice.
"dan you" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"We eat. We only eat stuff that we cook right then. Yeah which is a huge. That's huge. If you like. I've mentioned this before on this podcast. I think almost everybody with the exception of someone one. Who's traveling is home twice a day your home in the morning you probably woke up In your bed and then you return back to your bed at night right so even like even when we talk about like intermittent fasting and having this kind of long pause between feedings you don't have to eat that way you could you. You could be healthy and be in great shape ape if if you had your breakfast and fasted until dinner but that would be. There's another there's another great option for you if you know eating Heating Heating reheating. You know your last night's state doesn't sound appetizing to you or or You're having a hard time figuring out what to eat once you go to like worker whatever. You could just always fast through work. I mean that's definitely a possibility to have a meal in the morning. Faster Work and you come home bom eight again. Yeah no I I feel like that's one of the easiest things to do is still a lot of people. It's still really weird. Just think about not eating like lunch or something or nine not eating in the middle of the day because like you have that at lunchtime and yearly eat. So what do I do instead. Yeah I like so grateful that like you guys. Have you know kind of taught me how to fast basically winded up traveling to To Monterey over the weekend the you know there's like eight of us right and I'm like okay. I know I'm GONNA fast for are majority of this day because like you know gas station food or whatever like you know like you even if we do come across food. It's not GonNa be good so I started the day. Everybody got their breakfast the sandwiches which were you know whatever like majority carbs right with a slice of like him or something and then I got my coffee and then next stop was like uh-huh like some hostess donuts or something like water yeah And then yeah fastest the whole day and then we're going to really good Mexican restaurant in in Monterey Serena's geyser around there it's so it's so good but I ended up getting like a the biggest burrito. They had like no Tortilla keep adding more and more chicken and is pretty funny because like the guy came around and all done he just like Whoa. Do you want another one. I better not but like I felt great the whole all day like I could have made the whole trip home before I ate because like I had that in my head Riley my mindset was like I'm not GonNa mess up my diet. I'm not going to mess up like this whole new shred again thing because I'm traveling right now and it was just like felt so like strong and powerful. Because I'm like no I'M NOT GONNA I'm not GonNa you know Cave into whatever foods around me. Just because I'm traveling no prepared for this and I'm I'm good and it was awesome and I think that you're that way right now because you're locked into a goal by a certain time you know absolutely and for a lot of other people. They might not have have that strong of convictions towards an actual goal. But if you're listening to this and you're heavy and you're trying to make a change. I encourage you strongly to stick to your plan. Dan You know stick to the Diet. You know follow me and try the no carbs till Christmas You'RE GONNA have a lot of people that say. Oh you know just just kind of let go and just eat whatever but for a lot of us. It's not not safe out there really. It really ain't man like it's a it's a slippery slope you slip on that Banana Peel and you're down and you're fucking out and so I struggled with it for many years of trying to make these changes and I'd always go back and forth on what people said. I was like man I should just I know I should I know in my heart that I should just stick to what I have planned for myself but I shouldn't just enjoy this moment. I should just enjoy the holidays or should enjoy my birthday but I was at the same time I'm like am I. Why am I associate? Why am I associating that with joy like I'll feel a little bit better about myself? If I can reach this damn damn goal that I set for myself and so you know. Try to try to think in those terms and try to you know. Try to you. Don't have to be so crazy I don't want people to try to End Up with like You know the problems with Their their image and their weight and stuff like that but at the same time you know hold yourself to a high standard ended and and think to yourself. I'm going to enjoy this. I'm going to enjoy eating this way because you really not to think that you're missing out and to think that you're never gonNa have a piece of cake again. That's definitely wrong way to look at it. But you're just you're choosing not to eat it right now. Yeah and my dialogue has changed a lot like even just if my my nephew's or somebody asked me about my food. I remember one time. One of my nephews is like Oh. I'm surprised you're.
"dan you" Discussed on Giant Beastcast
"Game. If they aren't into hamlet I I found it a little dull but it is well reviewed. I think it started a kickstarter. People online seem to be enjoying it so I think I might just not be the audience for it. You're going to become like the editor for a period piece adventure games. What was that one with the singing the I liked that like astrology gas anyway? I think it's you know. I think that if you're really into hamlet you like that story. It might be a fun way to explore it. I think for me I wasn't as engaged enough especially considering it is supposed to be repeated thing of like sometimes you take one path versus another and the choices do seem to matter as far as I could tell but I wasn't as into the story to want to have to replay it again in these other storylines Elsinore Elsinore L. S. I N. O.. R. E. Elsinore Shirt chirp savvy just wolfenstein pretty busy so my sims are missing me dinner Eggert. Hey you've got a thing that we recorded that we can talk about podcast going up before that really okay then no tech the website ah we're gotTA world the world so I played a yes that that I can't talk about but if you want to see an action radio and it'll be up soon it'll be up a couple of hours after this but <hes> it's extensive. I mean anything you would say here. We'll just be in that. I assume and you'll get to actually see what it looks excite so check it out. There's nothing in there. I'll I'll also say that I don't think was new for me three. It seemed like a lot of this bill. That was Eddie three that you were just playing through so I don't know if there's too much there wasn't like a hey. Here's where we're revealing this thing. It's just like an embargo for the video stuff so it's not like Oh this. They showed up the Co op that difference is there is a half hour appointment versus being able to actually play it for a couple of Hanes on. I did not get hands on to see somebody play out unkind bomb anything else. Dan You WanNa talk about fire emblem nothing else oh any let me tell you about my classmates or in their goals. Let's let's kick this off the only way to deal with the only question that matters which house did you choose the black something or others the Black Eagles so I guess guess get into and you choose your house. How did they pitch them to you? Choose Yours. Did you just google it and we're like which is actually no not at all I just walk around the monastery and you're kind of talking to everyone. One and you get to meet the leaders and everything and so like early on like this cloud guy seems like a dope. I don't like him. Oh He's in charge that whole golden dear I don't want any part of them and then a start talking about it'll guard the leader of the black something or others and I was like Oh man. She's really gone into the team. It's all the order of ECCLESIASTES or something I don't know ah but they all seem cool and the thing is for the film studies program Yes yes. There's going to be real easy. I don't go attendance is optional..
"dan you" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Man. I've always been the guy to tell you you gotta slow it down. You know we are so so fast to get from point to point B.. Every day. We forget to stop and look to see what's to our right into our left. We forget about the memories that things bring back in. You know what that's your story. That's your play. That's your book. Those are the chapters you know you. You can have an entire chapter in your book about the flavors and what they mean to. You and I just think it's so important to stop and remember these things. I know you think I'm out of online. I'm afraid no you're exactly right. I know this ice cream is so good okay. We gotTA talk hit is. Mike has no idea what he's done to it. Dan You Mike we're mad at you. You're bringing back memories taking his cry great ice cream ice cream by Mike and Ridgewood is it's not far from the theater right the movies right brody about a block away from Louisiana. Hey so let's talk about lion king for just a moment. <hes> I saw I saw you saw it and I did all right. Keep in mind. Lion King has been around for a while <hes>. I've seen it on Broadway. We've seen we've it's nineteen. ninety-four a lot of people know the story so if you start talking about and we're not going to spoil anything here if you start talking about cast members or or members of the story or storylines you're going to ruin it for people who can't ruin lion king you can't everybody has seen it and everyone their kids lion king. No everybody hasn't seen Eh Daniel. You remember there are people who have not seen it. That is ridiculous not in school yeah Danielle. You're you're a mom of two kids. There are people who you're not listening to me. There are people younger than you. That haven't haven't seen it. You've got to remember that when I was younger before I had kids. I saw lion king. Not everyone's seen it so you're GONNA ruin okay. I can't tell you what happens in titanic because I'm going to ruin it for different. No it's not at C. and you don't tell you okay. The ship goes down. Everyone dies okay yeah and to keep in mind. Titanic was a big story. People get saved but last night on twitter there were twitter fights about people spoiling lion king. Oh my did you see that rotor. You saw some of those right yes so some of the character's names from the movie were trending last night so I clicked on them and people were saying Oh. I can't believe this happened. I cried when that happened and then people were attacking them saying you're ruining the movie. How dare you and I were? It's a twenty thirty five year old movie not doing the new ones out this weekend movie word for word pretty much. I mean in King Kong dies every King Kong movie. You're you're an old guy man. I mean I am too. We've seen it once. They're young..
"dan you" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"We don't ever want to give somebody a w but I mean if that's all you want it. It ain't that hard to get if you're willing to make yourself look stupid and that's what the fuck these negative did I. I wouldn't go see his stand up or whatever but to him. It's better promotion for his for whatever the folks like. None of us knew who does do was four days as ago. <hes> you know what's better promotion than than being actually like good at the thing you do lobby to get booked at a club mad disney GONNA be torn or headline in some shifts. I guess they you know companies ally. Hey we got to do the video. Imagine you're actual like comedian. Comedian got open for this dude right. You've been doing this all your fucking lives. You've been granted and craft in and you speak gears and you've been learning and shit like Dan. Dan You got the puck and make them video. Yeah the the ice cream people nice being liquors yeah. That's the same thing it's all the same shit correct. Tension is currency. I don't have talent but I can be fucking offensive enough to make enough people like I talk about me and you know the Internet now take size on everything there is no one-sided anything right so you can go like shit in ice cream contain and put it back in a month in freezer and there will be a debate you like it won't be just all will..
"dan you" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"dan you" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Assist her with pulling all of her life force energy out of her body to assist her to send her, with love to choose her next space, honor a privilege in a beautiful experience and she was able to show me that she made her transition quickly and beautifully On her seat With us an ask you. For. Your comment okay how did she show you that she had made that quick and. Transitional fast path she came immediately the next day in a series of double. And triple rainbows she spoke energetically to my brother and is we were cleaning out her house and she showed me in the dream, state her beautiful beautiful transformation of. Her astral body I'll accept that I mean I'll accept that what you're looking for his reinforcement about those things. That are giving you and your family comfort okay I'm going to reinforce that and I believe that your mother stays president and it, is it is it your brother. That's the troublemaker I'm sorry Okay well she's gone right, Now Dan You, know trying to help. Her Are you? Still, experiencing. Out, of body, experiences yeah, yeah George I sleep Because my back hurts. So bad you know my. Heart and all that stuff that light endeared? And, all. Of, those situations So in the early years when I was in such pain I could not I could not stay in, that body, burn and then one wrong move and creek in the back and all that So I sleep I move out of my body and move to I moved to my left I mean I moved to my right and I set my right shoulder on my left shoulder and. I sleep their catcalls it lying in state because I don't move I just. Love hair breathe about every. Minute or a minute and a half but that's where. I sleep. Let's go. West, Timor is. With us and Ogden Utah hi tamra good. Morning hi. Good morning thank you for sharing your experiences with, us it's fascinating I have known some people that have committed suicide and I wonder if they get to. Go to the wonderful place and be with their loved ones again, and, if we really do. Get to. Be with our loved ones again locate. The first question nothing happens don't person, who commits, suicide goes through they. Go through what they could've achieved, you know and it's not hard it's not put on them like this is what. You could have. Done in your failing and they're not penalized star No. There's no, such thing that a person, there's a billion different reasons for why people commit suicide and it's happening is becoming so prevalent well what's the reason for it. There's one basic reason whatever your situation that you find yourself it is separated. You from your true spiritual. Identity of yourself that you are spiritual beings your function. In this. Environment no. Matter, what anybody. Else thinks this is the functioning nature of. It without. That spiritual context that you're grounded with direction and, purpose here that's what trick is those emotions the suicides are of teenagers are reaching epidemic proportions so it. Means that this nation and who we are we separated from our, religious, and spiritual commitments as. Well as. I e the'real and personal commitments about. Our to identify so everybody gets to, go there, and the system by. Which you see yourself and you, have your life if you it's the same because it's how that that box of That life in the bucket the. Book of records of the hall of knowledge or all of that stuff is closed and put into place and the, second thing is everybody everybody's there when you get there The whole..