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The Dan Bongino Show
Lee Smith: Sy Hersh's Careless Claims About the Nord Stream Bombing
"My argument is not that we didn't do it I think that's quite possible I don't know We don't have enough evidence yet But it's certainly quite possible The Biden administration is behind the sabotage of Nord streams one and two pipelines My concern is with Seymour hersh's particular article Which is riddled with obvious holes and some of which I describe in the article and some of which I don't I didn't want to over over detail it I mean we can go through some of them if you like Yeah give us the biggest the biggest issue some of the most triage enforced One of the most troubling components of the article as you see Well I'll tell you everyone I've spoken with you know some of these folks who have Intel or military backgrounds the first thing that the first thing that they've mentioned is yeah the idea that they were using fleet divers rather than naval special warfare teams doesn't make sense And then of course first justifies that by saying they didn't want to brief the gang of 8 because they were scared of leaks And there is no one in the gang of 8 who would be against that on the Republican side You have McConnell and the car seat And you have Marco Rubio and Mike Turner All of those people are Russia hawks So there's nothing to worry about with leaks But more importantly they didn't want to they were worried about leaks for the gang of 8 but they had no problems bringing in Norwegians And then they briefed the Swedes and the Danes It doesn't make sense And the larger thing we're going to hide we're going to hide this really delicate operation behind a public joint exercise all of these things just feel very fishy And I mean I think what's going on is I think that someone well I know that someone lied to see more hirsch that's my reading of the piece
The Addicted Mind Podcast
"dane" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast
"And then sometimes we just need to be surrounded by that community to really get us unstuck. And I totally love that because I think that's where real change happens. And working in the professional working as a helper, working as a therapist, working in treatment centers. I've seen that change process. And I guess I get so excited about it because I know it works. I've seen people like shift and myself included, right? It's like, you could do it. Go out there. Find it. Don't wait. Yeah. Exactly. And it's different for everyone, right? And I don't mean that as a throwaway line. I really do mean that because you can get basically the same amount of help in very similar ways, and not have to pay for it, right? There's many resources out there that my service is sort of high end. It's very expensive, and it doesn't have to be, we can pair it down, right? There's parts of it where we can really cut back on and we can provide help for people and not have it be a tremendous amount of money and time. But I always tell, I actually, whenever I get to work with a family, I always say, let's look at the options that don't involve reconstruction unlimited. Let's find ways to do this without me. And if there aren't ways or if people aren't willing to engage in those resources, then we become appropriate. But there's so many ways people call us about interventions. And I always, well, maybe not always Dwayne, but often I say, have you had a conversation with him or her? Have you just sat down and said, hey, there's something going on here and this probably needs to change because you're suffering or on the more extreme side you're going to die because you keep doing X, Y and Z, and the change needs to happen now. And I get often times I get no, I've never tried that. And I say, okay, well, let's work on that. Let's work on how to sort of transcend that fear of confrontation with a loved one. And then I'm going to coach you through for free. On the phone, over time, how to confront that person in a loving invitational way. Like, hey, come on over to this side. Let's do this. This is what it looks like. Are you up for it? And it doesn't always work. But I think it's a really good place to start. And it happened for me, right? In that room, downtown Los Angeles with my family, things need to change. And I said, oh, yeah. Oh, I get it now. Yeah. So we can do, again, the full kitchen sink, but there's so much resource out there for people who are struggling that doesn't cost a dime. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. It's out there. But it's going through that struggle. It's crossing that threshold. It's having that courage. Summoning that courage and just walking into it and trusting that you're going to be okay. And you're going to find your way through. So, all right. Well, Dane, we're getting to our time here. I always like to ask one question before you go. And if anybody's out there listening, they're struggling, right? And you could say one thing to them, what would that one thing be? That's a good question. I think I would say
The Addicted Mind Podcast
"dane" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast
"Welcome to another episode of the addicted mind podcast. My guest today, Dane ensley. And we're going to talk about reconstruction unlimited. We're going to talk about struggle. We're going to talk about masculinity today. Dane, you want to introduce yourself and tell us a little bit about you and we're going to just jump into our conversation. Yes, sir. My name is Dane ensley, and I run a business called reconstruction unlimited. We are a mental health coaching agency. What I say we do is we design therapeutic ecosystems for our clients what that means is we assemble groups of people, professionals, paraprofessionals, clinicians, therapists, and we surround a client and help them through struggle. We do that in a multitude of ways, and it's always custom. We design these teams of people to help people through whatever they're going through and do it in a very creative way. I'm from Los Angeles. I'm in recovery myself for almost 12 years now. And I've had my own challenges throughout that process. I obviously had tremendous challenges before that process, and working through all that stuff, definitely is influenced my work in the field. So that's a little bit about me. Awesome. And I love that. I love the idea of customized treatment because you were so all unique in our ways and our needs and our traumas and our stuff that it really does take specialized care sometimes to really, really help us. So let's go in and talk about your story a little bit and how all of this grew out of that of your own experience of struggle because you mentioned that on your website too, we grow out of struggle. So let's just jump in and talk about that. Yeah, yeah, I grew up here in LA. I come from a gigantic family of people with all sorts of stuff going on. There's plenty of addiction and alcoholism in everyone's story, whether they are an addict or an alcoholic themselves or their parents or their grandparents or their cousins and his uncles, my extended family is gigantic. So the amount of struggle and the amount of trauma and the amount of drama that is surrounded each and every individual is pretty extraordinary.
AP News Radio
In Bucha, a Kyiv suburb haunted by war, a family says goodbye to a fallen soldier.
"The family of an American military volunteer who died Tuesday from battle injuries in Ukraine has fond memories despite their pain I Norman hall The family of 34 year old Dane partridge says he died Tuesday of wounds suffered in an attack from Russian fighting vehicles partridge and his fellow soldiers were in severo donets of city and la haunts region when he was hit in the head would shrapnel His sister Jenny quarry says partridge was a former U.S. Army infantryman and in her words felt spiritually called to fight with the Ukrainians He flew to Poland on a one way ticket in April his rucksack packed with body armor a helmet and other tactical gear part of his joint a military unit that included several volunteers from other countries Partridge Lee's behind 5 young children
AP News Radio
Nord Stream 2 pipeline seems to have stopped leaking, Danes say
"Denmark's energy agency has said one of two Nord stream natural gas pipelines has stopped leaking The company operating the pipelines which runs from Russia to Germany informed the Danish energy agency that the pressure in one of the pipelines had stabilized the agency said this was an indication the leaking of natural gas had stopped Recent undersea blasts that damage the Nord stream one and two pipelines have led to huge methane leaks Nordic investigators said the blasts have involved several hundred pounds of explosives Russia's president Vladimir Putin has accused the west of sabotage U.S. officials said that Putin's claim was trying to shift attention from his recent annexation of parts of Ukraine
Men In Blazers
"dane" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"We've got to say, promotion is a thing of wonder, but my God, for a CEO, within a day, you certainly looking at like $220 million that you'll receive for the feet. And a giant challenge that lies ahead, playing against enormous clubs whose electrical bills for the club's shopper as big as forest wage bill. And you know, you're going to get 6 points donated by Everton, but you'll have to somehow master the other 34 you need to survive elsewhere. Can you describe how little times you have to pivot from glory to oh crap? We've got to deal with this challenge and start to make forest Premier League ready. It's a way shorter runway than you think. About 12 hours of celebration and then reality hits. When you get that initial email from the Premier League that says you have to do X, Y, and Z the infrastructure of the stadium has to completely change. You have to bring on two X staff in their liabilities out the door are enormous and you think, well, I haven't even picked up a phone to a club to talk about a player that we want to bring in. You have to get the squad in a place where they can compete week in week out. You try to bring back the core of your team and that you had the season previously, there is a mountain of work involved in getting into the Premier League and it's especially difficult. If you're a Norwich and not to throw any dirt on Norwich, but if you're able to bounce back and forth and you know what's coming, that's one thing. But if you haven't been in the Premier League for 23 years and the Premier League as an entity has completely changed, yeah, it's a monumental task. And it's been honestly since 12 hours after we won the final nonstop to get us prepared. A couple of massive arrivals, you spent a club record 22 and a half $1 million on Nigerian striker te we were woni from union Berlin and one enormous arrival. Jesse Lingard, who arrived in July on the wage that gets bigger every time it's reported by the English tabloids, but it's going to be near the top of the forest locker room wage structure and we love Jesse Lingard on this show. And my story is on a stage is courage, but you're a data gentleman. Can you tell us about your decision to go all in on the player who really is not taking the field too much over the past few seasons? Yeah, I think by the time Jesse's rumored wage stops being bandied about an English journalism, he's going to be up there with Bezos. It's fun to watch, but the truth is never there. The Jesse Lingard acquisition was an easy one from a sporting standpoint. He was free, didn't have to pay a transfer fee. He had a desire to come to Nottingham Forest. He's an exceptional player. He has Premier League pedigree. And there were two elements that he wanted to be close to his family and Manchester, which for a young man of his status is extremely important to hear because there's a priority as an athlete. To do your job because to your family, do what is necessary to be successful. And he also wants to be in the World Cup coming up. And when you have those motivations from a kid who's not another pound and has had a very successful career and is beloved by thousands, if not millions of people, to say my motivations are to have a successful season with not in forest, be close to my family and get myself in the World Cup. Okay, three boxes tick. Let's do what it takes to get him here. And it's really pushed the team forward. He's a great individual. A good person, very good player. And I think he's going to help us tremendously. Dane, we're on seasons eve and I do know Americans will be tuning in to watch and revel in your wonder listeners. Please get to a game at Nottingham Forest
AP News Radio
Denmark: Gunman acted alone, likely not terror-related
"Sunday's Denmark shooting was likely not terror related Chief inspector Soren Thomas says Copenhagen police believe a shopping mall shooting that left three people dead and four others seriously wounded was not terror related it's thought the government acted alone and appears to have selected his victims at random Thomas and tells the media the victims are 17 year old boy and a 17 year old girl both Danes and a 47 year old Russian man were killed when the gunman opened fire on Sunday afternoon in one of the Scandinavia's biggest shopping malls I'm Charles De
"dane" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"But also the fact that she's, you know, she enjoys and loves the team as much as I do. I must say I enjoy a friendship with guests and have done this some years and I have a lot of admiration for her. I know of the studies, the law and all the things that she does. But Roland, you've also opened up a fascinating year for us to look forward to in 2022 and beyond with a new young driver and new young CEO and team principal. It's an amazing time and you certainly have left the legacy in our sport. Does that will long continue? Thank you so much for your time today and thank you for bringing in a level of professionalism to this country and to our sport that we hadn't seen before. Thank you. Appreciate it. People involved in Triple H that I met enormously pleased by how was very pleased when Ian Harrison invited me and I went back to the triple-A bikes in England and saw the team there. It's been wonderful to be around your team and I can still remember that very first weekend when completed you were competing at basses. With ultimately didn't have success that weekend, but it was a 14 of things to come. So thank you for joining us. We appreciate you enormously on inside supercars and all the words and time you've given us over the years. Thank you very much. Thank you. Yes, guys. The inside supercars is produced by thunder media. Tuning next time for more or lock in the podcast on your ride tunes or mobile device, search inside supercars. The views expressed on inside supercars, including the panelists and guests do not reflect the views of the network, thunder media or sport radio, any publication or rebroadcast of the show without the expressed written permission of thunder media is strictly prohibited.
GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp
"dane" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp
"Plug into some goodness with him tomorrow for those of you who are just tuning in. Let me reset the conversation. We're talking about being intentional. To a purposeful and mission driven life with the team being ignition and flames. What fuels you. What nights your flames. What life you up. And what sparks those sparklers in your life in psalm. One thirty nine versus teen out of the new living translation. It says your is so my unformed body all the day or dane for me were written in your book before one of them came to be so the way i analyze that was god us before he even formed this as a body before. He's informed us to place us in our mother's womb and he already knew what our life was going to be like because there was purpose for us and that's why each one of us needed to be created. Then he put us in the book and then before you knew it. Everything came to for wishing. That is how i interpret it. If you have another interpret interpretation of psalms one thirty one thirty nine versus not make sure you call in and let's dissect that because we're all here to educate one another to inspire and motivate each other so we are going to head on over to the next track after this by international internet radio of fame this jockey in shrine me who honeybee all that he hit that. Be dj bird. These been it's Real is i gotta. he'll On us than i can. Do up bull pin pieces and record a real love you Meet i'm Clean me.
Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast
Wonder Woman Director Patty Jenkins Criticizes Streaming Services' 'Fake'-Looking Movies
"Jenkins the writer director of the wonder woman. Films and star. Wars rogue squadron says she's completely opposed to dane day releases going forward quote from actually a couple of hours ago. She said it again all the films that streaming services are putting out. I'm sorry they looked like fake movies. How may be a little bit far. That is a little in my opinion. Now is a little bit far. Thanks
AP News Radio
Sale Strong Again for 5 IP, Red Sox Beat Rangers 6-0
"K. K. Hernandez Sander Bogart's and Alex Verdugo drove in two runs apiece is the red Sox dumped the Rangers six nothing Bogart's opened the scoring with an RBI single in the first inning and added a solo shot in the fifth Chris sale one for the second time in two starts since returning from Tommy John surgery last weekend scattering five hits and striking out five over five innings Kyle Schwarber was two for two with two walks and a run scored for Boston which remains a half game behind open for the second AL wild card losing pitcher Dane Dunning was tagged for five earned runs over four two thirds I'm Dave Ferrie
Lizzo Drops Rumor Music Vid With Cardi B
"So people are up in arms because lizardo thinks our song is a new hit. She toes dane low on apple music new music daily. She's super confident. Era music saying it's just effing good. She said there's no shaka artists that are like this. But i'm not the person who just waits for songs to show up in the email. Hoping i get a good one in there really in the trenches being like let me make sure this is good. I have more control over it.
Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"dane" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Condition about the clandestine services. A mazing choline is spike cam. Till these do exist. I wanna meet in the dark. Corners came to the show late in into season one. I actually watched the show by accident. I was watching so my family at the time. We were all hooked on dexter and we were all getting together to watch the season. Finale of dexter which ended and somehow we just left the television on and all of a sudden. It was the season finale of season one of homeland. And i and my brothers were out and about and doing things and i was like holy shit. What gets this on the lawn. Screaming in front of dean. Lewis had brody's house in his family. And i just that was it. I was hooked. I ended up watching the entire first season in a ben and then the rest of the the rest every season since and watched how kerry changes you stated that the experience was your first time aging with a character and experiencing her develop and change. What do you think was the biggest thing you learned about kerry over the ten years. You played her. Well just wonderful. Tension between her vulnerability enter her super strength. Right was endlessly enjoyable to play. With and thatch reason for being was always so unwavering so clear which was to protect our country. And i thought i mean her. Being bipolar was really relevant to that. Because she's obviously sandra figure but you know for somebody who is struggling with with that experience. I mean they know that their minds can go boom. Right that they're they're they're world can be in disrepair all of a sudden without any warning so they are not ever comfortable. They have to be hyper vigilant. And so i think it was a natural extension for her to imagine the world as a place that needed her constant attention. So yeah. I thought that was that was interesting. And you know when she had so little to lose. I mean she wasn't ever really going to partner with somebody in a kind of conventional way and have a nuclear family. It's not something she could do. And it's not something she was that interested in doing Which allowed her to have all of these kind of outrageous adventures. I just liked playing some buddy a woman who was so muscular and unapologetically commanding and brazen. Because.
Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"dane" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Why does it really matter. It seems like this is like another benchmark that an actor yeah search seeing al pacino in the green room at some award show and he was up for something he was kind of green. He just looked miserable and he said out loud. He said these things are dreadful. Dread losing them you dread winning them. So i couldn't have said it better myself. I mean there's so nerve racking and and they feel something outside of the actual experience of making the thing i mean. It's a whole other industry like at this point and yes it is it's hugely validating and But i can't define you. I mean nobody does this so that they can accept an award at the end of it. You know and i think we can get confused about that interesting in that can be important markers about what we value in our society at any given moment and what. We recognize to be excellent work. But it's also a little arbitrary and you know those standards are set by a select group of people and it's not always -flective of what is really deserving of attention. You know i. I don't know. I think it's also dangerous to be critical them in any way. Like because you don't want to be seen as like ungrateful or on the outside or pacino's comment is pretty yak. Like yes got it. So right i just will always take his line. Homeland debuted in twenty eleven and headed show finale earlier this year you played the role of carrie mathison counterterrorism operative the cia. And i read that. The writing team had you in mind for the role from the beginning. In fact their first six drafts of the pilot. They called the character claire. At the time. You were also up for rolling. Clint eastwood's movie about j. edgar hoover. What made you decide to choose homeland. You had no idea that it was going to become what if it came. When i i read. That script was of course wanted to read the next one. It's their incredible writers. Alex and howard and boy do they know how to craft a cliffhanger. But i just thought that's way too much i mean. I understood what the commitment television show would be and ci was under such duress and she would be forever more you know. I just didn't want to invite that level of suffering into my life. But i don't know i realized that i was just flinching from the level of the challenge. I realized i. I had to do it and it was really scary. It was really scary. But you know it's not very often that you get well one to play a character that is as dynamic and robust carrie. Mathison is and i had shing credible team i mean. Alex surrounded himself by other Talented writers i mean. He had the courage to do that. Every single person in on that writing team had been show runners themselves so Just they were all really really. Skillful and mandy patinkin was my partner. And you know it's like it's much harder to do a technically easy. Seen that is poorly written than a really exacting seem that is excellently written And so i just got endless. Stream of excellently written very exacting scenes. Yeah i was so amazed that i never got bored. I mean that was ten years of my life and there was always a new facet of the character to earth and the writers. Were always very good about doing that. I mean they also didn't want to right themselves into ruts and it was almost like an anthology Series in that there was a reset every year and we would be based on a new location and we would focus on a new theme. So yeah it was. It was very stimulating. And i got to learn a lot about the bipolar.
Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"dane" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"I was technically enrolled at a school in la but was primarily tutored on set which was very lonely. Way to go out thing. And i don't know i i was starting to feel a little strange. I mean i was. i guess. Always mature or precocious or something but that just became really etched When i was strictly surrounded by adults and i didn't know how to like hang out. I didn't have friends independent of the industry who were my age. I really needed to make some. And i also wanted to give myself a chance to explore. Different ways of thinking and different subjects had decided that. I wanted to be an actor when i was a very young person and i just wanted to to make that choice as more of a realized grownup human things. Did you study it you know. I had a really great time and in fact my favorite class that i took was a graphic design class. No yes really. Got some graphic design. Chaffs well i. Yeah so my you know. My parents obviously were artists. And so i grew up drawing and we had so many. It was like a wonderland. Obviously there's the trapeze in the swing. But there was also a light box you know cutting board and banned this incredible rubber stamp collection. We had just so a surplus of materials. I still do my craft section in the basements very serious. So so i used to draw and then in junior high when i was miserable misanthropic kind of pecked a person i just kinda retreated into drawing so i became pretty proficient and so i took a lifetime class and it was so humbling because i i had i stopped. Drying didn't kind of put it together. It didn't quite realize that i had stopped doing that. Because acting had become so consuming and suddenly it was like i was driving with my left hand. I was really. I was just shocked and mortified. Anyway so i took this egg finally got that muscle working again which was great and my mom suggested. A graphic design class said clear. Your your work is quite stylized. You might like graphic design. It was like her like really stung a knew that was code for anyway but but she was so right. The first lesson we had is one of the best lessons ever had ever and she gave all the students the same she paper the same ruler and the same pencil and we all had to draw lines from the top to the bottom using the ruler. And the pencil and then we tact all of our drawings on the board and they were so different. It really has always stayed with me. Just do what you do as well as you possibly can. Don't try to be interesting. Just do you really mindfully. Yeah so so interesting to see the perspective that people have when given the same assignment. It was no room for creativity lake. Just draw out of lines and and even then your self is expressed. It's amazing after two years at yale you return to acting. One of your first roles was apart in the hours which was based on michael cunningham's pulitzer prize winning novel and you acted alongside meryl streep and julianne moore and one of the scenes. One of your scenes was rather heartbreaking conversation with an elderly jillian more. And i got the sense that you were the only really kind interaction she'd had with anyone in a long long time. Do you remember that that particular scene. And and what you were experiencing. Because i thought it was one of really the most beautiful scenes in the movie. That's so nice that you say that i eat. I loved making that movie. I mean obviously was such a special one and it was my first time meeting and getting to work with merrill and that was such an effortless scene between the two of you. You're so comfortable lying on the bed and talking. His mother and daughter was it was a really beautiful new on scene. Yeah i mean gosh. It was just just so thrilling to be that close to this genius. Who i had you know admired and studied for so long. I mean when. I saw sophie's choice at nine. I knew i needed to do this. Thing i mean madonna. Yes but then merrill mind that no way he's been referred to in your early years of acting as a young meryl streep you you must. I came that you must know yet but there are a lot of other young actresses who have also been called but them and she's like you know it's just she's the bar you know the example of of greatness and now she's mamie. Her daughter is one of my best friends. So i now. She's like maize mom. So that's funny. But and michael is now a dear dear friend. 'cause i did another movie that he wrote called evening where i met hugh and he married us. And we're in a ulysses book club with him. Now i yes. That's what we're doing our our pandemic a we are reading. Do visual interpretation of that book really someday. Yeah yeah. so you've gotten through. It took a class on ulysses in college and fell in love with it. And there's a line from the book. The longest way round is the shortest home. Which i've decided was like the motto of my life and having it carved into the steps to my house so that of just there as part of my life. Well that's a good tattoo anyway. So no it was. It was a it was a a wonderful re entry into acting again. Excellent material with excellent actors and stephen daldry. Who's you know another very inspired person. You return to this small screen in two thousand nine when you played the role of autistic and brilliant woman in the hbo film temple grandin. You follow this role with playing. Carrie mathison the brilliant woman struggling with bipolar condition on showtime's homeland. How has playing these extraordinary women impacted your own brain or your own brainwaves into this. I really was so thrilled to play women who were autonomous and defining and driving their own lives and the story and it's like a little sad that they he to be so extra in order to warrant that but yeah i mean. I was very privileged to get to consider temple in a deep way because she is an actual hero. And i've always been really really interested. Obviously in how people work but especially really interesting people and she saw things differently from most of us and she was able to make the world better because of it you know and she suffered enormously and kept advancing her and her interests in her work. Despite all of that. So yeah i guess. I felt very privileged to have a chance to illustrate that and hopefully engender empathy in people and audience members. Who might not have understood how somebody like that thinks and is an exists. Another thing these parts had in common was how many awards he won playing them which included three emmy awards a slew of golden globes screen actors guild awards critics choice awards people's choice awards and more and yet you said this about winning. There was a period. When i won all the things for temple and then i want a lot of things for homeland so it was like. Oh my god this again which was very nice but the gift of that is that you learn that. It doesn't really matter claire. Tell me more about that..
Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"dane" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Angst just a mercy and it was such a healthy little culture on that said and it was my my initial entry into this business and They was foundational. So i believed that world to be a safe end nourishing one you know so. I'm just very very lucky. The show ran for one season. It ran it aired nineteen episodes. It was canceled even realize that it was cancelled at the time. I remember talking to a friend who worked in the television business at that time. Who told me that no one expected you do more than one season of the show because you were destined for much bigger things in the movie business. We you disappointed when the show ended was but the show like didn't get picked up initially after we shot this perfect pilot and i went to high school and my heart was so broken then and then it did get picked up halfway through my first year. Price school You know so. I was already quite jerked around by it. You know and as we talked about i may. I'd already experienced quite a lot of rejection. Just being a working actor. It's it's such a defining part of what we do. Does it ever get easier. No thanks so de. Does something else will come on. It was sad because we we weren't able to end it consciously or say goodbye but that it had this incredibly robust afterlife Got picked up. It's different networks and it's still in circulation somehow by nineteen ninety nine you had filmed thirteen films in five years. You've worked with the likes of oliver stone. Francis ford coppola. Bosley matt damon. Mickey rourke liam neeson's uma thurman leonardo dicaprio. You were also offered the role that kate winslet ultimately played in titanic with leonardo. You turned it down. Did you just have a sense of just too much. Yeah i think it was definitely part of that. I had literally just finished filming. Romeo and juliet with will in mexico. Where the titanic was going to be filmed another epic romantic drama and it did feel a little repetitive. I mean obviously. It's it's different ways. But yeah i think i had some wonder lost and i think there was part of me that anticipated that that might lead to a different level of stardom. That i wasn't braced for. I was pretty clear about that. I didn't. I've risen separates none yet. No i wasn't conflicted. In any way. And i remain so it was not mine to take. It just didn't feel like mine to take. You decided to put your film career on hold and attended yale stated and you mentioned here even just now that you've felt lost at the time i read that you stated that you had played so many roles but didn't really know who you were did going to yell. Help that so much so much. I needed to just stop and give myself a chance to see who i was. And i didn't go to high school really. I was technically enrolled at a school in la but was primarily tutored on set which was very lonely. Way.
Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"dane" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"You know i just liked playing some buddy a woman who was so muscular and unapologetically commanding and brazen. Because we never get to be that way. And i just suddenly had like full license. This is designed matters with debbie. Moment for sixteen years has been talking with creative people about what they do how they got to be who they are and what they're thinking about at working on on this episode. Claire danes talks about her long career. And what she learned about spires from playing a lot of times spies. Mary spies right for obvious reasons. Same reason actress mary actors. There's just something about claire. Danes that makes her heart not to watch and we've been watching longtime as a teenager in the nineteen ninety. She played angela. Chase in the much loved but short-lived television show my so called life. After many film and theatre roles she started in the much long running series homeland which won her few emmy awards for outstanding lead actress homeland just wrapped up after its eighth and final season and you can't herbal wonder what this actor will do next to compel us to watch her again. Claire danes welcome design matters..
BBC World Service
England Into Euros Final After Ending Danish Dream Run
"Lead a swerving dipping free kick from Miquel dance guard. England will level though soon afterwards. I don't girl from semen care, the Danish captain England pushed and pushed, but they couldn't break down. Denmark it when they did get through Kaspersky. Michael pulled off some wonderful saves. In the end, it was settled by a penalty. A disputed penalty in extra time. Kane shot was saved by Schmeichel. But the England captain then Hammered home the rebound. England comfortably held on for the victory, huge disappointment for the Danes after the start to the Children they had when Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch in the opening match. Their fans are proud of how this team responded. It was a hard fought
"dane" Discussed on Daily Grace
"It's transforming not conforming I'm not saying that. The christian life excludes growth in conformity to christ or behavior. I'm not saying that. I'm just saying there's something even deeper that lies behind him beneath all behavioral growth mainly collapsing. That's one of my favourite verbs collapsing into the arms of jesus. Anyone can collapse. Were not asking you to go ten yards or even one yard were not asking you to bear a burden he board. All you're doing anyone can collapse. You just drop you just fall. That's how you get into jeez. Don't climb a ladder you fall. Only question is do you have the humility to humble yourself to fall. Most people don't can you just say i up a wreck. I'm gonna take the ruin and rebel of my bombed-out. Likes and i am going to fall into the arms of jesus. Those are the glorious and radiant men and women of this world who have the humility to do that so i would just say How to make practical is like this. Would you like to enjoy being a christian or not with joy beginning a cycle of jesus. Christ this is jesus the matthew eleven twenty nine gentle and lowly in heart. Jesus that's his heart. That's the jesus that actually we blossom in discipleship to like an opening tulip. We we can open up like a c. Anatomy that's opening up to the light And so let's let's enjoy being disciples of christ by marinating by putting our hearts in the crock pot of the heart of jesus. And you know. I think what we think about this this jesus and his heart. I think about my kids a lot because this is the part. We emphasize with our kids right that he loves them. I'm reading the little. Pilgrim's progress with my kids right now and i find myself tearing up because it just shows us in story form the heart of christ for us that he is with us in as we go through the dark valley as we you know come against the self and all these other enemies In our path and yeah. I'm just reminded of that is the jesus. I present my kids. But man how. I don't present that to myself often right because i'm in a sound doctrine and all of these things which are good good things but i think you're right when you first said in the beginning of that could be two-dimensional like an aspect and we don't wanna do that and you know i think that's by your book is going to be an annual read for me because it reminds me. That christ's is for me and really has love and has goodness is what compels me to be confident. And joyful disciple that you're talking about and that he wants us to be and yeah so i think our listeners get cut. Just tell just the joy that you have in following. Jesus it's really contagious How practically can we move forward toward this joyful relationship with jesus instead of one. That's maybe marked by fear of condemnation or Just bogged down with rules or things like that. I have nothing clever or novel or knew the answer. Is you get up each morning. He get your cup of coffee. Find a quiet chair like you stephanie. I have to do it before. The kids are quick. And you open up a bible and you pray your way through a passage you might not understand it all. It might be mystifying perplexing to you. That's good that if the bible were only what we already knew and expected why would we read it and what you're doing is you are breathing. You are inhaling and exhaling reading. The bible is inhaling praying his exiling. You inhale the scripture as god speaks to you and you exhale that scripture you pray that scripture. That's the one to step of the christian life so there is nothing and you're part of a gospel preaching local church you partake of and sacrament. You get a friend of the same gender who knows what's really going on in your life and you share deeply and openly with them I mean just the the basic one another thing that we have in the new testament We do that faithfully and day to day. It will seem like there's no difference being made decade to decade. There is profound difference road absolutely and you know we say those same things over and over again. And that's why because the word of god changes as the person of christ changes us living in community with believers who are on the same journey changes us. he's our means. God has given us were transformation and juillet an abundant life and him. Well dane stephanie is absolutely right. That your joy and your excitement and your love for the lord really is contagious inside so glad that we got to have this conversation today. I think that we could probably talk all day about this. But we do want to honor your time however before we let you go we like to ask everyone of our guests three fun questions just to get to know you a little bit more so our first one is what is they current favorite thing of yours. Oh wow a current favorite thing of mine well. You're you're catching me in the middle of may in the mid west and so i don't know how much this will connect with your audience. But this is the time went. Small mouth bass are coming in shallow to spawn a little niece. Who's with well. We know god loves us because of the cross but we also know because small mouth bass and gave us law out with managed that are perfectly built to bite allure and be released to swim again. So this this is my fishing season right now up we can confidently say. We've never heard that one podcast. Oh that's fun now. I'm excited for the next question. What is currently on your nightstand on my nightstand. Other than a lamp and a coaster is the magician's nephew. Because i'm rereading actually. Never stop reading narnia books. And i've just gone into them again I am given strength for the journey through the narnia books. I that would be too old to read narnia. So i've just started afresh journey into them. I'm in chapter three or four something like that of the magician's nephew. Three right through them. All over again. Enjoy them again. Island then awhile. It's a while since i've read through so i might need to those backed up again soon to. It's a good read aloud. Definitely a read aloud for older kids need to figure out when my older daughter i have to. I have one that is almost four and one. That is thirteen months. I'm not sure when is a good age for four is enough that force enough okay. All right she might not get all of it but man. It'll speak to your like like dana saying that is true. All right well. Our last question is what is one resource and by resource. This can be a person book and experience. The doors are wide open here. What's one resource. That has most stirred your affection. For god's word wow well Two things are coming to mind. which should i grab. i'll say both very quickly number one. In my wife zhang gets up every morning puts under earbuds and spends.
"dane" Discussed on Daily Grace
"A little bit when you're at your worst actually. The puritans have persuaded me from the scripture. When you're at your worst when you're in the valley of the mount when you're not when you have flatlined when you're in sin that is went. His heart is most ferociously yours. Most relentlessly yours because that's who he is. He can't not be that way. Wow that's incredible. It's mind blowing really to think about that truth and you're right but so often we think well jesus probably is a little bit. He doesn't like me quite so much right now. Because i'm messing up and you know that can really cause us to carry a lot of shame and bring shame into our relationship with god. Shame into the way that we approach him. Shame into even the way that we read our bibles or go to church or whatever it may be and it is true that sin does kerry shame and so how does the heart of christ for us impact the way that we experienced. Shame impact the way that we process. Shame i love that question. That's an urgent question that we don't tend to talk much about doing at least in the circles island. We talk more quickly about guilt. Then shame both are big big problems for us. Outside of christ guilt is about what we do but shame is about what we are and in the gospel jesus christ comes to us and he not only through his atoning life. Death and resurrection erases permanently and irrevocably guilt. He also dignifies us. Eve gives us our humanity back. I get back the dane. I was created to be decisively now not perfectly. I'll get that in the new heavens north but decisively through his work he has given me back my true self. What's in in the fall do. is they actually hollow. be out. they me a foyer. Sin feels like we're becoming more solid more radiant and more human when we choose and it's actually the opposite. That's the lives in. Jesus christ we are given back our dignity. Our glory All have sinned. Romans three and actually the greek or there is end are lacking the glory of god. We were given glory aiden sin disfigures. Defaced that mars that it diseases that sends us into meltdown. Pascal so we are glorious ruins. That's true later in romans romans eight. It says kumi justified. He also glorified and what that means is not we hope one day in heaven wilby glorified that means we are right now in christ decisively given back out glory soulmate speaks of the glory given to us as creatures as men men and women made it the image of god so let's reflect together more and more in our churches in our disabling on the way jesus christ heels are shame and freshly dignifies us. Yeah i mean. I think if we really got that we would live differently right if we ailey. Ender stood christ's work in that way. And as you were talking. I was thinking of the prodigal son of how closed right And we are clothed in his righteousness and plan. That would really change how we live right now if we got that. Oh i love that. He the father didn't put up with the return them. He ran to him and honored him exactly. But you know many people even many believers live with this constant fear that you know they're going to mess up to this point. God we'll just give up on them. Maybe fear that they're gonna lose their salvation. So what hope does christ give us in that fear. That's a great question and we do live with that don't we. We can have all our doctrine in place we can be at a great church. We can be in great cycling relationships and wake up at two. Am and think about the mess of our lives and we think okay good grief surely at some point his patients is going to run out and the reason we think that is. That's how we are in all our human relationships enough offending enough betraying of us and no matter. How loving magnanimous and open heart. We are we will eventually put the walls up and turn away and what the gospel is saying to us is. Don't you dare. Don't you dare create god in your image knees. Not like you dane. He will never throw in the towel on you. Actually the logic of the end of romans five into roman six is like this jesus christ. Did everything roma's three four and five to take care of your sin. You are now in christ okay now. Moving into roman six. You can't do anything to be kicked. Out of. Christ jesus would have to be pulled down out of heaven and placed back in the tomb of joseph of arimathea and get dead again in order for us to get kicked out of jesus christ and the logic at the end of romans fibers is where sin abounded grace abounded all the more in other words. If i'm in christ as through my life. And i am sinning. I have sinned more today than my total sins a week ago. I mean my my sent. My number just keeps going up at the point is the more my sins. Go up the more. His grace goes up in other words. When i sin. God's mercy doesn't tak- hit it grows all or my sins cause his grace to accelerate to surge forward all the more if we think of his his mercy his grace like a mountain. The point is this. It's not like we're going through life and we hope that we die before the mountainous totally depleted rather as we go through life. If we're in christ as we go through life cynic. The mountain grows all the more so we are that safe. God will never kick us out because we're in christ. Jesus plunged through death out up into resurrection. He's in heaven. And it's we're actually invincible. That's incredible and you know one thing that you talked about in your book is the present work of christ and how that impacts our lives where we're still battling with the flash and so could you talk a little bit about what is christ doing now. And how is that an element of that security. We have in god's mercy wrote. We tend to think that jesus came down two thousand years ago Spent thirty some odd years. Doing some really important things especially the last three now has sort of gone up sitting in a lawn chair in heaven twiddling his thumbs not much to do and we might not put it that crassly but actually we do. Isn't it kind of board now. The angels are worshipping him. And he's kind of waiting. The clock is ticking to come back to earth. But what's he doing right now. The logic of the new testament is his atoning work. Two thousand years ago Accomplished our salvation. Our justified status our not guilty status. Okay but now. He is in the court of heaven before the father with the angels looking on and he is constantly pressing refresh on one. Need it in other words. He accomplished then. He is moment by moment. Applying it now and the words the two words that the new testament uses for that stephanie joanna advocacy and intercession. Romans eight in hebrews seven. Talk about kris interceding for us i. John two one talks about him advocating for us. They are overlapping realities. Let me just read. This one verse. Hebrews seven twenty five. This is utter glory. Jesus is able to save to the utter boast. This gets to the question. You just asked moment ago stephanie. Save to the utmost high need a to the other savior. because i'm a to the uppermost center. I don't need a mediocre middle-class savior because i'm not a middle-class center to the us able to save to the otter most those who draw near to god through him through christ why since he always lives to make intercession for them always giving his right now in heaven living making intercession now. That doesn't mean. The father is reluctant and needs to be persuaded. A lot of us have bad theology about god. The father the father and the son share the same heart is his father was the one in the economy of salvation..
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"dane" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
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The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"dane" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"Gentle and lowly the heart of christ for centers and suffers and my husband. Aaron actually was reading the book and told me that it was one of the best books ever read. Of course. I was like well. If there's one of the best books you've ever read. I gotta get on this train to and so i have enjoyed it as much. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Oh you are most welcome. It's my privilege and honor to talk with you jamie. This is fun. Okay so introduce yourself to our listeners. Where do you live. What do you do besides writing this book. Tell us all the things. Yeah i'm sitting in naperville illinois right now where i pastor at naperville presbyterian church so we're outside chicago and i live actually transitioning into this role jamie out of ten years in publishing at cross way up in wheaton where i currently live. We've bought a house here in the church's neighborhood will move down this summer my wife and i and our five kids for boys and a girl ages fourteen down to five. So we're in kind of in the middle of a big life transition here. Seven months ago. I started this pastoral call. That is a big change in the midst of cova. Now all the things that that has brought as well. How is that transition ben for you and your family. I mean i know. Y'all aren't even transitioned all the way. But that mean that's a big life change. it's a big life change. It would have been a big life change without a pandemic without five. Kids without all of my weirdness. But we're having a blast. A ton of fun is the main answer jamie. Honestly i'm having a total blast. And i have completely overwhelmed. I got the crews that about ninety five miles an hour. Look forward to decelerating down to the speed limit. But we're having a lot of fun now now. I don't assume anything here. I'm sorry that i don't know this. You said you're leaving publishing to go to the pastor position. Is this your first time as a pastor. First time i'm forty two years old. And i totally green trying to figure this out. I did all my schooling. Jamie expecting to go into the pastor. That's what i was planning and hoping and wanting to do and it you know how this goes in our lives. Lord redirects us in ways. We don't see coming. And i don't know maybe i'm just really slow learner or something but twenty one years ago half my life ago i was thinking i'm called to do pastoral ministry and twenty one years later. Finally doing it so house but yeah. It's been a journey. I love hearing that so much. And that's an encouragement to all of us who think we have our goal in mind. This is what we're going to do. I'm gonna just take you on a different little. Were for a little bit in here. You are and so this'll be a big transition for your family as well. I mean not even just for you as myself being married to a pastor. I know the complexities is that sometimes brings and you know the pastoral ministry ministries not new to you in a sense from your family but it is going to be a transition. How is your wife looking forward to this. She is such a trooper. I mean if i went home i said. Hey i a little while afternoon. Jamie ivy's show. And she thinks we should move to ethiopia. Say from the next room. Tell me when to pack. She's all in. She is just a completely non complicating joyful trusting god with me but it is a big move. I mean we're just going one chicago suburbs south to the next one but it means all. My kids are getting ripped out of their schools and going new schools. Church stays the same because we've been at the church for fourteen years now but it's it actually. We might as well be moving at timbuktu's far as especially my older kids. Yeah we're gonna have to almost totally new friend networks and all that so. My dad said to us you know guys. God isn't just calling deign to this church. He's calling you seven to this church and we have been a holding onto that truth. We believe so. Good it's so good. Dan my husband. I walked through something a couple of years ago where we didn't leave where we are now but it was god was doing some things that on this on this side of heaven will under never understand why he took her journey did but we clung to that same truth as in. You know this is just an errand ivy calling. This would be an errand and jamie and caitlyn and amos and deaconess story calling because we to believe that the god is in the business of using families and non jess. Oh look dane has a new job. So i'm glad that you said that comforting comforting. Okay i want to jump into this book. Because the first time i heard about this book actually was my husband quoted it in one of his sermons. And you know. I'm always interested in. Who's e quoting. And where's this from and i want to know more. Tell me about this and so dane. The only thing. I can say to you and i'll try to say without cry. Oh my gosh. I just got emotional. The tears just came into my eyes. Is i read most of this book beside a pool. Which is my favorite place to read a book over my birthday weekend. And there were so many moments that i underlined and close the book and literally just had tears tears of i just read something that reminded me how much jesus loves me and i don't know. Is that the kind of response. You're getting from people. When they say they read. What are they saying. Besides what jamie ivy is saying that you that this book brought me to tears. So many times praised. God that's what i'm hearing time and again wonder of wonders not it ain't thanks so much that i'm gave a theological footnote that i needed to my whole doctrinal framework. Who cares. i mean we want good good theology but yet will you just said sister. That's what god was doing in the in the preparation to right and the writing of the book. And i mean at the end of the day. What else matters. What else matters. It's so true now. I like talking to authors because i know that usually when they pinna work it's because god's done something and them to produce this and so can you take me back to what god did and you previous even writing this book to where this would be the overflow of what he had done in your life. Well yeah and it's it wasn't really so much a one eighty in my heart and mind life so much as i'm so thankful for the family i grew up in the churches. I grew up the the seminaries i went to. I would trade all that for anything. But something went from two d to three d from audio to video from a black and white to color in who i believed was the actual genes us there Who is this one. I'm actually following. Who is this one in matthew. Mark luke jump the risen christ. I'm going to see face to face one day. What's he really like an honestly jamie. I mean the answer is it was. It's been my own ongoing sin. Shame regret guilt and anguish over the last decade of my life that forced me to settle once and for all for me. I needed to figure out. I needed to note. Is his patience wearing thin or actually does he. Love me most in my worst. Is it my deepest pockets of sin. Shame and regret those dark crevices of my heart..
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"dane" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"Your world on june second but in my world. I do know this my kids to school now so. We're in our first week of summer and when my kids were little i had the list. I have calendars. I had the time the at ten. We're going to do this now. That i've got teenagers guys. You've got to be ten. Am all right. Here's the rule that we have right now by af we are doing something fun at inter seen in our house this summer that i'll tell you about later but it involves a family book club. I'll tell you that much friends. This is a show today that i can guarantee. So many of you are going to head over to amazon. Or barnes and noble. Or you buy books and you're gonna order this book immediately. I'm speaking with dana. Orland today and i was given his book a couple of months ago and my husband devoured it last year and just couldn't stop talking about it and i had a chance to read it over birthday weekend. Actually is called gentle and lowly the heart of christ for centers sufferers. And i tell dane this. You'll hear it twice but i read this book and just cried. So many tears of how personal and intimate jesus is to us and it is good news for those that are followers of him dane and his family live outside of chicago illinois and in fact he just left the publishing world in the past couple of months ago to begin his new role as senior pastor of naperville presbyterian church in naperville illinois him and his wife stacy have five kids and his newest book. Gentlemen lowly that we talking about today is that i hope all of you get in your hands sometime this year and read today's conversation. There's no way around to say it's all about jesus it's all about jesus and his personality and his character and how he comes towards us as his children guys before we get to my conversation with dane today. I do want to say that on friday. We begin a summer series. We've never done this before. And we're so excited about it and we're doing a summer series called encounter in fact. Here's a little clip to tell you more about the series. It's running in june and july the summer the definition of encounter is to come upon or experience especially unexpectedly for those arrested are following. Jesus we've all had an encounter with him at some point in our lives. Some of those encounters had been mysterious like we read about where saul encountered jesus on the road to damascus and acts chapter nine and he was never the same after that or like the woman at the well that we read about in john chapter four. Who met jesus. And despite what her culture out of shamed her for jesus offers her living water and our life was never the same or like when simon peter meets jesus and has an encounter with him while fishing and he left everything to follow him. You see encounters with jesus. They us forever. These are stories of change. Yeah so.
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"It's An Active Act of Malfeasance": Is The Mammoth Media Misleading You?
"Member folks, we have to keep our eyes on the prize. Okay. This is not some money making enterprise for me. Yeah, I I get paid. It's not volunteer work. I'm a capitalist. Don't That's not why you do this. Believe me, That's not why I do this. Could've sat home and done in extras, You know, show on the weekend and probably made more money. But this fight matters to me. And when you're offered a microphone, like Buck was Dane and others when you're offered a microphone to speak to millions of people on some of the Greatest radio stations in America. KBC W B A P W J R K S F O W M A L The FTL. I'm gonna think I'm sorry. If I'm not leaving anyone has tons of them. When you're offered that opportunity, you take it. You have to take it. It's your obligation to take it. Because we're competing against the mammoth media enterprise and wants nothing more than a gas light light, too, and propagandized hundreds of millions of Americans, and they want them to believe things that aren't true. It is an active, active malfeasance. It's not misfeasance. As I said before the break, they're doing this on purpose.
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Germán Strong Following Kluber, Yanks Shut out Rangers Again
"The Yankees won their third straight as they blanked the Texas Rangers to do nothing so the Yankees win seven of ten on the road trip while the Rangers have lost nine of last ten and have not scored a run in the last twenty two winnings to mingle her mind into relievers combined on a six hit shutout her mom threw seven scoreless innings our goal is Chapman notches eleven say Dane Dunning threw six scoreless innings for Texas but the Yankees broke through with two in the seventh off reliever John King on RBI singles by pensioners G. over shallow and Aaron judge Bob Stevens Arlington Texas
The Inside Story of Trump's Showdown With TikTok
"The story of tiktok. Showdown with president trump. It starts on friday august. Twenty twenty for mario parker it began just like any other night on the job. He's reporter here at bloomberg who covers the white house. The president always travels with a group of reporters. We give updates on the president's movements that could be whether at the white house or that can be on the road that sometimes involves riding aboard air force. One that night mario was on the plane. With president trump. the journalists usually sit in the back of the plane waiting for the president to make a move when he starts welcome back. You know it so you see some of the secret service agents move into different positions and so we know. Oh he's calming. He's on his way bag. It's an electricity at that point. Because you know he's coming back. It's going to be an intimate conversation trumpet or said he might go after tiktok earlier that summer because it was owned by chinese company but he just made a vague threat and mario wanted to see if the president would say something more specific to talk that was like my primary if if i had a question with the president that was like my target for that day. I asked him about it. He was kind of waffling on whether or not to announce no one really expected a straight answer from trump but the reporters that day kept pressing him and then the president came out and said he was going to ban tiktok. He might sign something as soon as the next day. Trump said i have authority. I could do it with an executive order. This is something is like concrete. So hard dane. I'm going to take this action. Which is banning and. I'm gonna do it in this manner. And so there's a much more definitive serious tone suet. This was huge news because it wasn't just a conflict between the president and tiktok things between the us and china had never been worse for trump to pick a fight with tiktok meant that he was going after china in a big way.
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Bonding: It's like 50 Shades of Gray... But Funny
"Our first guest star in the netflix. Show bonding which is about a subject. We can't really talk about on a family show. Think fifty shades of grey. But funny. and you're kind of their brendan scannel and matt lucas. Welcome to ask me another high for having us welcome. I just want to start by saying. I love that bonding as a show as a topic exists. Absolutely it's definitely one of the shows where as it was coming out. I was like i wonder how my family is gonna feel about this. I'm like i'm deeply irish. Catholic has eight siblings and my dad has five in all my aunts and uncles are like love that show with all the whips and rather everything. Everything i ever do. I'm half-naked end so at this point. I'm just kind of used to it right at some point. You're like i and a hat that's too much to buy. I know this season. They had this season. They had a like a jumper made for me and with an apron over. And i was like whoa. I'm like i'm clothed. I'm actually fully clothed. Like what a strange turn. Sure all right well. Are you up for some games. Would you guys like to play some games. I love games. That's you do so you're gonna take turns answering questions in this first game. Here's what's going to happen. We're going describe fictional animals as if they were presented at a competition like the westminster dog show so some of these animals are dogs but some of them are not you. Just tell us the name of the animal or the title of the work that it comes from. Okay brendan this is for you next in the working group. We have a great dane who deviates from the breed standard. He's over five feet tall. The judge will never watch gate and look look at this. He's walking on hind legs. Some highly unusual behavior from this dog as he seems to be leaning over to talk to his handler shaggy. Yes he say shaggy. A i mean this has to be miscue be do. I always love the mask. Reveal they would have the double mask reveals to. It was a ghost and then like they took it off and it was someone and they took the mask off. That person someone else surprised at. How many people's first names were old man when we go them. I'm i'm definitely old man. Old man lucas. This one is for you. Okay this entrant. In the herding group was raised on a farm and found his true calling hurting sheet. He looks comfortable in the stack position. But the judge is a little confused by spoofs and curly. Tail says first time here at madison square garden but he seems to be adjusting to being a pig in the city babe pig. I never seen that. It's supposed to be adorable though it is it is pretty. I mean talking animals. I have no problem with talking animals. Yeah and pigs are so key. There's a there's someone in my neighborhood that has a pet pig and they walked i live. I live in the village and new york city. And like there's a person who has a pet pig And he walks the pet pig around my neighborhood. And it's really cute you very nick. I'm in brooklyn. No one has a pet pig. I feel like was something wrong here. Officially bushwick arianna guerande also has a pet pig. Really just out of curiosity. Is the pet. Pay any coats or call that ever. Although i do follow. Listen i'm gonna. I'm going to plug this. I follow this pig on instagram. Because he has an instagram account. Its arms giblet the piglet so you can like actually go check out given the piglet and see what i'm talking about and give you the piglet follows me. I feel very proud of him. That's very nice. Follow back for is give it active does giblet like comment and like what you're up to and i would just expect a lot of like political means. Yeah i guess if you ever get sick of it just like a couple. Bacon jokes over. Yeah all right. Brendan for you now. We have the toy group literally. This junior handler is a precocious six year. Old boy whose conversing with his stuff tiger while walking around the ring perhaps we don't see the tiger the same way he does. Oh i know this. Oh it's philosophers you guys. I'm very young this time it's i forget. Yes calvin hobbes. There you go.
"dane" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"So it's air air but ryan's Inexperienced head coach and all the players on the floor are even more inexperienced than he is. So surprise. Surprise teams foreign eleven. Like i don't like it's the least shocking thing to me have. Yeah i mean. It's it's tough to because i mean even just looking at the roster so you have eh davis who has been with team this year and you also have ricky rubio. 's only guys who were over thirty and then the next oldest guy is jake lehman at twenty six. Been awful surprise to me. Yeah i mean that's what's been most remarkable to me and not in a good way. Both him and i should expected watcher to struggle. I think a wacho. It's it's tough. Because when i know and i'm friends with wild guys covered denver. Great dude going to be in that with adam sandler but in terms of doing things on defense or doing anything with the ball is not shooting it. He's he's the mess out on the court and jake lehman. Shot is just gone. Like i was the one thing i thought was going to translate to the nba. And it hasn't been like he's athletic. He can do some things. But i mean he's shooting fourteen percent this year grand small sample size but Confidence is a small sample size up. Yeah that's a surprising. Thing is is for many minutes. Jay climate has played this season. Ninety percent of them have come playing not with confidence and that was something. I never would have expected coming into. Would've expected that jerk off i would expect that from watch. gomez but that's the reason they had j. claiming as the day one starter this guy. They've a known like not that he's great shakes or anything but like he's gonna do this he's gonna execute and and yeah i mean i. It sounds like small potatoes record jake. implying while a team is you guys are getting into. That has no power floor. Rubik's you're hoping to just get like a little bit of cops. Josh logging major powerful minutes in his shot. Unfortunately like i was hoping this your shot was gonna fall and it's been wayward this year Joe what do you think about. What do you think about it for position. You think you think josh gift beginning more minutes..
Everything Everywhere Daily
Surstromming: The World's Smelliest Food
"There are many foods that are considered an acquired taste foods that might not be palatable the first time you try it or something that just doesn't sit right with most people. It could be something as simple as blue cheese or something like the filipino delicacy balut which is a boiled fertilized egg with the embryos still inside sweden has its own acquired tastes delicacy which has spawned hundreds of reaction videos and caused it to be banned by airlines. Learn more about sir strumming. The world smelly food on this episode of everything everywhere. Daily this episode is sponsored by audible dot com. My audiobook recommendation. Today is the almost nearly perfect people. Behind the myth of the scandinavian utopia by michael booth journalists. Michael booth has lived among the scandinavians for more than ten years and he has grown increasingly frustrated with the roast into view of this part of the world offered up by the western media in this timely audiobook. He leaves his adoptive home of denmark and embarks on a journey through all five of the nordic countries to discover who these curious tribes are the secrets of their success and most intriguing of all what they think of each other. Why are the dane. So happy despite having the highest taxes to the finns really have the best education system. Are the icelanders as fareless. They sometimes appear how the norwegian spending their fantastic oil wealth and. Why do all of them hate the swedes. you can get a free one-month trial to audible in two free audiobooks by going to audible trial dot com slash everything everywhere or by clicking on the link in the show notes the word sir strumming in swedish literally means sour fish and that is probably an understatement. More specifically sir strumming is canned fermented herring that in and of itself doesn't sound that bad. There are many fermented foods that we eat and we have no problem with them. Yogurt sauerkraut and kimchi are all fermented foods. And no-one freaks out at the idea of eating them from inflation is an ancient form of food preparation by the breakdown. Food via microorganisms like bacteria and yeast all well and good cover. There's another process of breakdown of food via micro organisms in that is called rotting serse roaming toes the line between fermentation and rotting the history of sir strumming goes back to at least the sixteenth century when we can find the first written mention of the food however the food might be very well older than that as from. It is a pretty old process. The legend of sir strumming holds that it was accidentally created by fishermen who didn't have enough salt to preserve their catch. They use less salt than normal and sold their fish to some locals and finland salt is used to inhibit microbial growth and to stop the fish from rotting. When the fishermen returned they thought the locals would be mad at them for selling them fish. That rotted instead. They love the product and wanted more of it. The fishermen tried the fish themselves and thus stroming was born today sir. Strumming is prepared. In purchasing a can while in the can the fermentation process continues fermentation results in the release of gases which means at the can will often be bulging due to high pressure inside the can the fermentation of the fish in the can result in the single most unique quality of sir strumming the smell in two thousand and two japanese study found it to be the worst smelling food in the world. The smell is so bad that it has become legendary. it's been described as rotten eggs. A dead body a dirty diaper and raw sewage but the truth is there are so few things you can really compare it to because nothing else smells quite so bad. The smell is what's made the product famous. And if it weren't for the smell it would be about as controversial as pickled herring children in sweden have been known to open a can of sir stroming school so they could get out of class. Airlines will not allow people to carry sir strumming on flights because of the high pressure in the can in the low pressure in the cabin the higher pressure differential can result in some cans rupturing spewing the smelly liquid onto the plane and. It isn't as if you can leave a plane while it's flying or open a window most famously in one thousand nine hundred one a landlord. Germany evicted attendant because they spilled a can of sir strumming in the building stairwell german laws. Make it very hard to evict people. When the eviction came to trial the landlords defense consisted of opening up a can in the courtroom. The judge have experienced the overwhelming odor ruled in favor of the landlord. If you search for sir strumming online you'll find dozens and dozens of reaction videos of people opening up the cans and trying to eat the contents. The videos mainly consists of gigging wrenching and sometimes vomiting the problem. According to the sir strumming experts is that they're eating at wrong for starters. You never want to open a canister stroming indoors for reasons which i think of established by now. Ideally you want to open the can when submerged in water that will prevent the liquid inside from spraying all over the place when it's opened alternatively you could open it while it's enclosed in a plastic bag once the liquid has been drain. You don't eat it straight from the can the herring which is put in the can. Hasn't been gutted or deboned. You need to do that. I then the traditional way of meaning it is with a swedish flat bread called tune broad along with potatoes onions and sour cream. It's usually eaten as sort of small sandwich. I've actually had the experience of trying some sir strumming and it really doesn't taste as bad as it smells ranted given that it's the worst smelling food in the world. That's a pretty low bar but it isn't bad so long as it prepared properly if you really want the full sir strumming experience. I'd have to suggest you visit the island of von in sweden's high coast. It is a center of herring fishing and it's considered. The mecca for strumming. August is considered the best season enforcers strumming. Because it's in the middle of the summer. It's also one of the best times to visit ov- on regardless the main day for eating it is the third thursday of august also known as sir strumming day. Which is the day which by royal decree you used to be able to start selling strumming. If you're there you might be able to meet ruben. Matteson who is the self proclaimed king of sir strumming. He was the person who actually served me my first serve strumming one. Is it von back in two thousand fourteen. He was involved in opening a twenty five year old. Ken of sir strumming which was found in an abandoned cabin in norway. Having been outside for a quarter century the can was quite rusted. And due to twenty five years of fermentation it was bulging a lot. The contents of the container were mostly liquid. What solid material. That did come out. Didn't really look anything. Like fish. ruben. Madsen of course aided anyhow
Chino Shoho Yuko Chino
"Sixty nine year old. Yuko chino's hopes to avoid. The apocalypse were dashed when her followers were unable to rescue. The wayward bearded. Thomas chan from a tokyo river with the end of the world. Imminent chino and her followers fled to a mountainside road where their convoy stopped after several days of snarling. Traffic and headaches for locals police arrived and barricaded the group to monitor them on the day of their apocalypse. And hopefully past the authorities planned to keep chino and her followers under watch until the press and other gawkers moved on but as may fifteenth quickly approached. Everyone was on high alert. A minor earthquake struck. Tokyo potentially foreshadowing chino's cataclysm chino's followers readied their minds and bodies for a swift death. And then the morning of may fifteenth arrived. The group eagerly awoke to see if they could spot the mysterious tenth planet bureau in the sky but they were only met with some warm spring rain showers. They held their breath for the rest of the day waiting for monstrous earthquakes. But those never came and when the sky cleared up new bureau wasn't anywhere to be seen. There were no reports of disasters anywhere on earth. The world capped spinning pana wave. The science wing of chino's group immediately went into damage control mode. They announced that. Chino delayed the doomsday. For one week. Chino said the fearsome date was now may twenty second one panel wave follower rationalized. The lack of apocalypse by saying the gods and our chairman did not wish for the end of the earth. This is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. Please note the nasa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks greg when chino's date for the end of the world came with no fanfare. You'd think it might be challenging for her devotees to continue putting their faith in her but continuing to hold beliefs after a failed. Prediction is actually quite common. According to psychiatrist. Neil liser if a cult member had strong beliefs and sacrificed a lot continuing to believe might be less painful than discarding everything. They've stood for. He wrote the occurrence of a prophetic disprove. Rationalization must follow in order to assuage anxiety created by this this confirmation wiser even specifically wrote the this rationalization may take the form of an admission of the miscalculation of the predicted date. He said for truly committed believers prophecies cannot and do not fail even though pana wave postponed the end of the world by a week the authorities continued to keep a close watch on them. The public still had no assurance that the group wouldn't turn out to be dangerous in the vein of a previous called called omission. Rico ocean rikio scar japanese society forever when they released talks six seren gas into the underground subways of tokyo. In march of nineteen ninety-five that attack resulted in twelve deaths and more than five thousand injuries. Ever since then japanese authorities were wary and watchful over bizarre and apocalyptic religious groups in addition to any comparisons to option. Rico the actions of other cults such as heaven's gate toward the people's temple also left them on alert in the example of heaven's gate thirty nine cult members committed group ritual suicide the deterioration of the jonestown encampment of the peoples temple resulted in the deaths of more than nine hundred individuals. So after may fifteenth came and went the police nervously watched and waited to see what chino and her followers might do. Next tensions were high at the encampment as cult members who just been granted. Another of life continued with their daily tasks. The police and press marveled as chino's flock bother to do laundry and dane duties as the apocalypse approached. But they watched closely to see if there are any signs of a sinister plan. Most of the other bystanders were there for entertainment but some wondered what if chino was right. The old reclusive woman seemed so sure and her conviction spoke volumes the days slowly past and then may twenty second finally arrived but just as before nothing extraordinary happened. Chino's followers were disappointed but most never lost faith in their leader. The authorities hung around for a few more days but when they realized the group wasn't dangerous they lost interest and broke down their barricade.
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Wisconsin Supreme Court rejects Trump camp's bid to toss ballots
"In a four to three ruling today. The wisconsin supreme court has rejected eleventh-hour election challenge from president trump's campaign trump seeking throw more than two hundred thousand votes in two of wisconsin's most liberal counties emily files of member station. W. w. has the story. trump's campaign wanted to disqualify four types of ballots cast in milwaukee and dane counties including in person absentee ballots and absentee ballots from voters who consider themselves indefinitely confined. The court's three liberal leaning justices were joined by one conservative leaning justice in rejecting the case they said the lawsuit came too late and some of its claims. Were meritless the ruling was issued. Just an hour before wisconsin cast. It's ten electoral college. Votes for president. Elect joe biden. Biden narrowly won wisconsin by about twenty one thousand votes for npr news. I'm emily files in milwaukee
It's coronavirus do-over time. What would we do differently?
"I'm health reported teigen tyler an opposition and journalists alter norman swan wednesday the ninth of december. And it's episode. Two hundred of the corona cast so when we hit the one hundredth episode. We buy setback and went. Oh my gosh. We never thought we'd get to one hundred two hundred. I know it was like two hundred years two hundred days. Well it feels like a silent day to answer these questions from dane. Who says what do you think is the most important thing we've learned about. Nineteen in the last year and if we had a time over again what would we do differently. Well let's do something different. You answer that first to you. Know what i think. At an individual level we would have been more mentally prepared for the challenges of these. See the personal challenges of these see but from an infection control perspective especially in australia Harto corinthian outbreaks notwithstanding. I really do think that we have done an incredible job of keeping levels of the virus incredibly low in australia when we say overseas. What could have been here in australia if we hadn't taken that really hard stance from the beginning. So here's what. I think we would do differently. So the first thing. I'll start is internationally and this is a wishlist. I wish that we had had a more cooperative world when the virus hit if we'd had a more cooperative world you know. This is just wishful thinking but we had a habit of world without authoritarian fragile leaders in china russia and the united states. This would be a very different pandemic. in fact it may never even escape from china because they would have dealt with it transparently and they would have controlled it than they would have told people about it and they're told people about it in december. They're abroad in international help into wuhan market and checked where come from and the world would have pulled together on china's behalf and helped china out but we came into an environment where nations were operating by themselves and it was every state for themselves. And that's the sex. The ground for the pandemic so do differently do international relations differently. The biology of a pandemic organism is almost the least important part of that organism of the pandemic loss of different organisms can cause pandemics. It's human behavior that causes the pandemic so the way we live the way we act. Politics works so international travel works. That's what creates a pandemic what we would do. Differently is have a world that's more pandemic aware and aware of their behavior and aware of the broader implications beyond beyond the personal. That's what i would do differently than international level. The wild thing about that is that if we had done that we never would have nine. What scale of crisis. We would have averted but we do know that. This isn't going to be the last pandemic pathogen that if we ever encounter and saw are we need to take these lessons going forward so that the next pandemic is a fisa like this one should main. I'm a comeback to something. We said on corona cast probably in march march april the of the beginning when prevention works. Nothing happens and so the most important thing we've learned we should have learnt is or if you went back in time is that the general community knows that when you actually have prevention working nothing happens. So that's a lesson for everything and we're facing catastrophe with climate change but it's a slow moving catastrophe and if we actually act on climate change not very much will happen and that's what you actually want to happen. So people talk about all paul early in the seventy s sixty s and seventy s doomsayers population and. so on. The are all wrong because nothing happened. Nothing happened because people did some stuff about that sort of thing and of course nothing happened. So what we learn from this is successful. Prevention is dull and boring because nothing happens. There's no drama.