18 Burst results for "Darkin"

"darkin" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

The Dave Chang Show

03:22 min | 2 months ago

"darkin" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

"And a half hours and when i wanna like serve it i just crank it up for maybe four fifty five hundred degrees for like thirty minutes till it gets really golden brown let it rest and slice and serve and i'll serve that on a salad with the pens and ella that i just described or with some or i'll just chop it up and make some tacos some. It is extremely versatile. I highly recommend you guys check out how to do this. It is the simplest recipe. Take pork bud covered in momofuku spicy salt roasted at two hundred fifty. Two hundred seventy five degrees for four to five hours and then crank up the heat gets colorado on it and you're ready to go. Just don't do it till it falls off the bone. That's gross sorry. Everybody likes to see the bone taken out. That just means you. Overcooked it Lastly another 'cause. I've been using a lot of the momofuku savory salts because it's really help out my cooking when i don't have other ingredients at my disposal and one of the recipes that i make quite a bit something that a lot of again cooks make family meals in restaurants around. The country is family meal chicken. Which is she pan. Chicken on a wire rack and i know she paintings cooking's all the rage. But guess what if you worked in restaurants before that's how you fucking family meal so there's nothing fucking new there. If you don't have a wire rack it still works. I like using the liar act because it looks a little bit faster and on chicken thighs and dark meat and legs just literally cut the shit out of it with tinguely salt and i put it at oven at five. You can do five hundred degrees four hundred fifty five hundred degrees and put it on like the middle to upper middle rock and your oven and just cook the shit out of it. The moment you see darkin golden brown. I'm gonna say twenty five minutes. Total twenty to thirty minutes somewhere in between there. It's going to be done and you wanna make sure that your chicken is not touching like spread it out like their cookies. You know what i mean. So it'll cook fast and evenly and that's it is you can serve that chicken and you consider that pork with pens annella and you have a delicious dinner or leftovers for lunch. That is amazing. Dessus what. I've been eating all the time. Pans out salad was some kind of roast chicken or pork. I highly recommend do that. Yeah i can say it. Because they're my salts but we developed because we fucking use them all the time. And i.

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"darkin" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:44 min | 2 months ago

"darkin" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Amy brandenburg and her colleagues while they want to preserve the beautiful night sky for viewing by future generations. The resource dark sky. She said it's quite literally disappearing above us and is so easily savable with a flip of a switch or perhaps a few thousand switches as we've seen along with the population light pollution grow along the front range. Rangers jackson lake say the park has long attracted amateur astronomers but the viewing well. It wasn't quite top notch now. The city dwellers park might've been so quiet and dim lighting. but it was simply too bright for quality. Cosmo's viewing there was just still too much light. Pollution so brandenburg embarked on a rather lengthy and detailed application process. She actually started the process back in two thousand eighteen with the international dark sky association. Along the way worked with county electric company in astronomy clubs and receive grants from great outdoors colorado and colorado parks foundation in an effort to air quote. Darkin close air quote the sky streetline lamps were removed from the park and smaller light fixtures were eliminated or they were altered to adjust wear and when light. It's use this might mean putting lights on motion sensor switches or having the light emitted downward instead of upward and outward people come to the park to camp and fish and boat more but wildlife. Also call this area home and Dimming that unnatural lighting is believed to be beneficial to animals including birds migrating and bats eating mosquitoes at night. Well that's kind of relevant to the conversation that we're having as those nasty culex. Mosquitoes infected with the west nile virus have popped up in weld county and other places around the state so certainly We want those bats at night to get their fill right now. Each designated international dark sky place has different ways of promoting this feature jackson lake state park. For example stargazers can take in the constellations shooting stars and moon phases from the beach along the lake. I'll bet it's absolutely tranquil and beautiful. They can also set up vantage point from the campground from the parks amp amphitheater. An astronomy group needs at the park from july through. September gatherings by the way are free and open to the public visitors permitted to use the park after normal day. Use ours as long as they are engaged in astro tourism. Get used to it. That's a phrase. Speaking going to become increasingly more commonplace camping by the way is permitted with a reservation now a portion of the grant received by the park was used to purchase a cell strong telescope. That'll be set up for use by visitors in the center but if this particular location jackson lake state part not your particular cup of tea well. There are other locations a total of seven across the state that have that dark sky designation that offered their own features and attractions now dinosaur national.

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Victor Noir's Mysterious Erection

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:08 min | 4 months ago

Victor Noir's Mysterious Erection

"Year more than three million people visit the parish cemetery in paris it's home to hundreds of thousands of tombs. And you can buy a map directing you to all the graves of the cemetery. Most famous residents folks like the singer. Jim morrison and writers like oscar wilde and produced but among that list of celebrities and historical figures is a name that pretty much. No one will recognize but whose tomb attracts a lot of visitors. And i'm very certain kind of visitor with a very certain kind of neat. it's the tomb of victor noir. Victor nor was a journalist in paris in the eighteen hundreds and he didn't publish anything especially remarkable during a short lifetime and he probably would have been forgotten a history if it weren't for the fact that he was shot and killed by prince pierre. Bonaparte the nephew of napoleon that act triggered a wave of protests and led to the commissioning of a statue by the acclaimed. Sculptor jules delauro. But even that isn't really why people are visiting his grave today. The visit for more personal reasons and they aren't there for victor exactly. The statue that covers. Victor noirs grave depicts him laying down as if he had just been shot and that alone is kind of just. But then you notice a couple of other things. I the crotch of this statue has a bulge to it in second. The bulge is very very shiny. Though the statue was largely darkin discolored that particular part has been polished by the hands of countless win over the decades women who are drawn to the statue of victor nawar because rubbing it supposedly confers. Good luck in love and fertility. The full ritual involves kissing his lips rubbing the bulge and dropping a flower in his hat.

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"darkin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

03:25 min | 11 months ago

"darkin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"And the thrive exactly right and so it's impairing people to thrive through becoming the person that they uniquely capable of becoming and and really realized the potential they have within them so that set for me and that takes a few different forms which is why we do a few different things. We host the podcast. We do corporate speaking. We do speaking in high schools. We do zoom coaching in seminar. Speaking as well now given the changes in with the pandemic and the app on on creating what should be at the end of the year is as about happened people who to do exactly that so same mission but just is different ways to deliver on that and that's early how vocalized my life and this time at synergy with aloe as is all about and subway team to do a lot of those together so i wanna mention again l. Louise has an upcoming book one more try but each of you wanted to give a book suggestion so today you get a double hitter. I'll start with l. Louise what's the book you'd like to recommend. I the moment. I'm reading a book called emotional agility by susan david and i just feel like we all need emotional agility and only to learn how to become self aware i mean for me i just think the whole every area of my life and now lives is about managing relationships and going through life with people and if you can learn how you respond in your natural humanness to certain situations or different things that come up in within relationships then i think life would be so much easier and more streamlined. If you could yeah become self aware in terms of that's you know that's why i respond that way When these person says that or you know i think it's. It's quite an empowering and enlightening book. And i've really enjoyed it sipho array. Yes mine is called compete to create by a maku javale and pete carroll dr mark javale and Many of your listeners minority nowadays to Take care of the coach of the seattle seahawks. And mach which is the mental skills coach or the sports psychologist with them and is the host of the finding mastery podcast. So i just think what they've done together as sewer line l. Always denies speak about and what we do. And and they They've really distilled. A lotta the principles of human flourishing and into quite practical self-discovery driven processes that are delivered through the books. I can pizza create. I really enjoyed less to at and that was just audible though. Is that correct at about yes. Audible original source on the available on the unfortunately. So you know either one of you. What's the best way for listeners. To get a hold of you and learn more about your work. Yes so L. podcast is code. What's right within and We must in terms of social media where it's active on instagram. So it's Mine is roy. Dawkins and as elsie wellings. And instagram's is a great place In terms of.

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"darkin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

03:34 min | 11 months ago

"darkin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"That's happy and fulfilled for you. That's the whole package. And i want you to have it all and want to especially thank all of our listeners and fans in new york new york and auckland new zealand and now it's time for the conscious millionaire world-class entrepreneur expert questions. Let's start with mindset and whoever wants to chime in if you want to go back and forth leave it up to you all. What's the mindset you've developed that helps you discover your best business opportunities for many via. It's really about connecting with us. And and thinking about how can i best contribute and an adjusted a mindset of amman to the contribution is is what leads to ideas and what leads to seeing That otherwise would not have been out of say. Yeah i'm i tend to think the same thing i think my in my career my olympic dreams and my running dreams didn't seem to have purpose until we started the love messy foundation until we still i started to use running for a greater purpose than just myself when we look outside. Just alle business and the thing that we're good at and see how we can have an influence in an impact on the world around us. That's when you actually start to feel Like it's it's actually gaining some purpose. I love those answers. And now let's go to strategy that will empower entrepreneurs coaches business owners. Anyone listening to actually make more money yet. i think. Probably the seventy as we go on this job. But i think one thing is that would be really helpful is to connect with your purpose and so really connect with the uae but then in terms of strategy as zoomed right on the present moment. What is the best most most of the most important thing that you can do today. And as the discipline to continually show up and be fully prison and the moments that were n making the main thing the main thing you know and and just continually come back to the present moment and giving the best out to whatever the priority of the moment of the day is that discipline. I think is what leads to great outcomes over time. I'm curious in hearing from both of you on this question in it's what you purpose in life and i'm really interested in how they might be complementary as you work together and how did it influence you all choosing your business vision. Yeah i i think my purpose in life is to use what i'm good at to positively influence the world around me and so with your with running that. That's what i mean like. Just running found a purpose when when i was able to use it as a vehicle to help communities in in northern uganda and yeah that's yeah and you have very similar. The may it's really about getting people to become the person they want to bake. And the belay underneath that as that we all have the capacity to To really flourish in laugh to thrive.

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"darkin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

02:28 min | 11 months ago

"darkin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Is is really important and letting go of those things because we all we all know we've been throwing around lately the phrase fake it kind of gets. It's getting put up with a lot of things. But i'm thinking maybe we could call that fake views because their views should not create your personal reality only your view of highly hundred and and just to piggyback on that. You know what. I've come to believe as as foundational four becoming the person we want to be is is actually separating are worth as a person from what we do what we achieve. I think it is a as a trap is so easy to fall into that. We measure ourselves with by something extra. Yeah how much money we make or what way we place in rice. If you're an athlete anything like that and the more we can actually connect to our own internal worth that. We don't have to go find elsewhere. We're just fundamentally heaven. Then we're not actually going outside win. We're not feeling threatened by what could go wrong or what could happen in terms of how we do ourselves. That gives incredible freedom to actually go out and explore. What's possible and an a. y. Enables you to the fully bring and give yourself as opposed to was kinda feeling like you might be. You might not measure we're here with elliot's welcomes two times olympic runner and humanitarian from australia and originally from new zealand. Roy darkens who is skills coach to elite athletes and high-performers. I wanna remind you have a link on the show notes. in fact i've been a guest there and i wanna tell you incredible. Show their podcast. What's right within. You could always just go to conscious millionaire. Show dot com. Look at today's show. The title has become the person you want to be. We're going to have everything at the show. Notes answers to all of the world expert entrepreneur questions that we're going to be asking later in the show the twenty four hour challenge. We're about to have go there and learn more about what's right within. I know that your life will be more right if you listen to. What's right within. we'll be right back..

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"darkin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

04:00 min | 11 months ago

"darkin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"That and i think that that's that was crucial for me. Especially amongst my injuries sounds like visualized myself competing in the olympics. So but i've got a stress fracture right now. You know. I'm wearing a moon boot right now on my foot and so how's this going to happen but it was about a k. Let's come back to it. I need to get my foot riot. I need to get healthy. And what are the steps that need to take to do that And it's you know it's so similar in in building businesses. While it's it's it's the same concept in trying to achieve anything great is you've you've got to be out of visualize what could be in the future job that then come back to the very that curious. Both of you work together roy. You're dealing with high-performance elouise you're dealing with the foundational pieces of being an olympian said focusing on the process. How does all of this just bring it. Full circle relate to building a business. I think anything we do. In life and voting business is a great example. The mole orthodontic. We are the more we actually bring out full south to what we do the more we have to give and i really really believe the status and high performance sport. Sem business assay in every every sphere of life as if we can bay the full version of ourselves and and maximize what we have within us. That's out greatest contribution and that's ultimately out greatest.

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"darkin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

04:25 min | 11 months ago

"darkin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"From one perspective my whole life is about growth in all the work i do with clients in some ways about them growing and through their growth. They reach new places. And sodas your business. What are some of the things that you could recommend for anybody listening today. So that they can move forward take some concrete steps to truly become the person they want to be yet defiant stats with a witness and reflection so just out some space for yourself to reflect on what really matters to you in life and in the session allow yourself to think freely without limitations by some You've already experienced so so important that when we do think about what. We want a future to be that way we we give. Sf the freedom or the permission to actually ask the question like what could what could be possible thing if everything went right things off. That is such a great question because we're all accustomed to the question whether we use it or not about something going wrong. But it's like what if it goes writer even exceeds your your happiness or your expectations. What you the person you wanted to be like you beyond that. What would that be like exactly right. And i think that's why you know so much of our podcast for examples code. What's right within. Its really that idea of giving us expedition to explore. What's right with an ass. What's good and and unique within us and how we can build on that in order to to live a life that is beyond what we thought could be possible and i think when looking at human potential. It's it's about looking at what could be possible and exploring it with curiosity rather than trying to determine with a things likely to work out exactly the way. Thank you hit a time. And i think just the permission to to be free and explore because it's the exploration of the potential the actually the the rewards you know the the foam comes along the way in pursuing what you're capable of and revealing revealing who you really are along the way and that's it's the real fruit of it..

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"darkin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

04:47 min | 11 months ago

"darkin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Nonprofit working with communities in northern uganda to reduce poverty. He's a mental skills coach to elite athletes and high performers and their co founder of. What's right now together. They're the co host of the podcast. What's right within which explores human potential and what it takes to thrive my guess today l. Always wellings and woori darkens. elway's roy. I am so excited you here with me. Thanks j. thinks having us. Thanks javy really excited to be here. I want to congratulate you. Because i know how much hard work it is to write a book. And you've got an upcoming book. One more try. What inspired you to write. This book is a bit of a dream of mine for for a few years really. And it's really the story of my my journey of becoming an olympian and it was It's been a long journey. My olympic dream started when i was ten years old and it was three three five attempts at trying to make the olympics. I qualified and was measured the uniform to these giant team to go to three olympics. And i was injured before those first three before finally made the two that. I've actually competed in london in rio so it was a it was a nineteen year journey for me before finally lining up in reaching my dream of of running in the olympic games. And so it's a story of i. Guess what i learned throughout those periods. And how i got through those challenges and i guess trying to inspire others that they can to become their own challenges and and i guess keep chasing after what it is passionate about where you know. It's an american who was on the swim team in high school. The london olympics were especially important..

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"darkin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

02:24 min | 11 months ago

"darkin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Welcome to the conscious millionaire. Show episode number one nine hundred zero three. This is l. as wellings.

"darkin" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

08:50 min | 2 years ago

"darkin" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Issues. We're talking about Darkin. They basically is this any way to solve an opioid problem in New Jersey? And how do you feel about it also is opioid addiction of disease? You need to treat it like a disease. You know, you wouldn't throw, you know, the whole thing, you know, and again, like already lane comes back to me. Because, you know, the, the story comes back to me, because, you know, here's a guy who suffered from a disease. In jail. Right. As as been said to me, you know, already where cancer patient, you win throw them in jail if already were heart can the heart condition you win. Throw them in jail. He's got an addiction problem. And this is what we wanted to do. We wanna lock people up and throw away the key in through that. How do you get them long term rehab, the NAR can't think today? It's like they just don't know what to do. So you know what we're gonna do something, you know, when you think about some of the things they actually could come up with such a bad idea. At least we'll give you one shot the cure yourself that you can buy this over the counter, but today in one big promotional day, and I didn't understand the whole idea. It's like you know, if it's a promotional day why did they say why nor cages do it? Righty off to advertising or maybe give New Jersey, a discount rate, twenty thousand hits one point five million dollars. Paul is in south Plainfield, New Jersey, one zero one point five. Hi, paul. Hey, it going Kuna? Will you? So I love more, by the way, an impractical gray wasn't. He. So a medically pharmacists. So I see the nor can I mean it's a use for an overdose to reverse in about it, it doesn't really treat the diction itself. So it doesn't really to me, it doesn't make a lot of sense. I would think like they would they would do something along the lines of maybe, you know, help getting the addict to the clinic about zone so that, that actually treats the underlying defeat giving out like it's almost like Weiming. Time. Yeah. One hit one time. So if you overdose you got one shot at life. If you have an infection and you just give one one time does and like, okay your feet. It like it doesn't make sense. We know what they'll do. Here's what they'll do. Let's say in the coming months, they will like key if there's a way to keep us to tick on this. Let's say they gave out twenty thousand hits right? And he'd come back in these say we gave out twenty thousand hits nor came, and others twenty thousand hits X amount were used, and we saved that many lives. Let's take about. Well, yeah. But like it's like the point that you brought up though. It's you know, like you give you give a man a fish exactly he'll eat for. We throw him fish you. You live for lifetime thing. But they'll do. Getting them to the clinic, and that in and also like, you know, it starts like us to like healthcare professionals gardening. I like making like not giving the like people just oxycodones or anything like that right off the bat. You know, treating pain properly and not giving them what they want all the time. That's what's important helps lake. No, that's what's important. You know, you got me, you know what they should. They should make some of the doctors insurance pay for this because the doctors insurance were the ones who caused this problem to begin with a lot of it. Thanks for the call to New Jersey. One zero one point five is always charge the state leases in East Brunswick on New Jersey, one zero one point five. Hi, lisa. Hi, how are you? Doing good. So I am also in recovery goofy. I have like two different views on the Narcan thing. So I totally get that some people, and I know people use it just, as you know, to make sure I don't die, right? Run a guarantee I know people that have been how knock can't five six seven times and died could they can't administer it more than once they have to do it, like every five minutes or ten minutes, I believe? I keep it on me, not for me necessarily, but just in case I mean, I'm around a lotta addicts recovering at night. So I do believe that it's all about the death toll for sure. My kids are using drugs and heroin younger, and younger, and they're trying to give them a chance. You know, it is absolutely under percent disease. I can't when I was twenty. Oh, that's how my addiction started. I was put on pain medicine. A lot of the store, you hear nowadays people were put on pain meds. And if it just progressed and a one hundred percent eight is I believe fully it's a disease. A lot of people don't understand it. You know, when the new one because they, they don't understand that because either the seeing the not close to it, or they have this, this outdated, opinion of what addiction is. And that's where. And you don't want to life and you don't want to do. Well, that is so far from the truth. Of course. Literally, a life time every single day battle to fight this. And it's, it's yes, I like I said, I two different views on the narc canned. I do think people abuse it for the wrong reasons and you just have it sit there and say, oh, if I overdose was make me up. So I can use again when I wake up, there are people that do that. But I also think that their attempt is to say this opiate crisis. So to speak is out of control that we got to do something we're going to idea of, like I was saying before is dead of, like these drug courts with a series of like halfway houses, and rehabs, and all that short-term. Why not? Why can't we just swap out so that if you get if you get arrested for drugs and you're going to be put into a facility is that of going with jersey facility where drug dealers can find you where you're going to be there for thirty days or whatever, which is widely enough time to make a dent in anything and go back to court and do the whole process over again. Why is? Go to ship. We deal with another state pick a state and we ship you to that state for year. And we take those guys and then after that year, you come back and chances are you'll be clean. No, I heard, you say is earlier, too, and it's funny because I've done that I've done the whole geographical change. I can tell you this from an addict perspective that no matter where you go, you will find that drug. I lived in Florida for twenty years. I was born in Long Island and I moved back to jersey at twenty three years old and my Dixon sorted employer. I moved here. And let me tell you like an any ethical tell you this, that, you know, who the people are gonna have it. You're like we have like this, unspoken radar to each other. Dr. No. Again. Kalamazoo freaking wherever anywhere and I will find it. If I want to use, I will, I know where to go, I know who to contacted. I don't have to know anybody personally. So I get the whole like put him in a different than that who put him in logger too, because like twenty days, isn't it? Dan, doesn't anything and the same thing like four days, twenty eight days doing anything for anybody. Let's doing is getting you getting the drug out of your system. The things like in, they tell you, this, in recovery that, like the disease is in the mind drug. Use is a symptom of the disease. Yeah, but you releasing you don't have the control. Right. Your body's craving. How's it isn't your mind, deciding every single day that I wake up, I have to make a contract decision to work in the program. A lot of people don't believe in a and all that stuff, and that's fine. But I've made I tried to do this for fifteen years, and I've always failed and the one thing that changed is that I threw myself into a recovery program within a because it's not about just staying away from drugs. It's a whole lifestyle change. It's a whole market teasing. The mind changing the thought process is all about, you know, there's so much more involved in it than I didn't even know about until I really put myself into it, and started working steps in the program, so that it's literally a horn tire lifestyle change, because you anybody could just stay within the drug, but there's so many behaviors. That come along with it. Point. Lisa. Thanks for the call to New Jersey, one.

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"darkin" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"darkin" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Don't stop believing plays over the sound of people for some reason being happy living in New Jersey. My family is from New Jersey. I feel like this. Honestly, it sucks there. It's weird to hear the song, not at a terrible bar full of overgrown rows and pastel button, downs trying to relive college, which wasn't even that impressed. The song has another meeting now I have no idea what that is. We hear the door open, and it's Tony son, Tony junior. Tony looks relieved Tony junior sits at the booth. Good to see you, son. You do dead. I'm glad you're alive. You're a mobster. So you are probably about to die at any moment. And even though I'm your son. I know this. Good though. Tony nods to him, which is the greatest expression of emotion. The to have ever shared the restaurant door opens again and incomes meadow. Tony's beautiful daughter. She joins them at the table. I did high meadow. You'll the me woman, I have a truly respect because you of my beautiful daughter and can do wrong. Also, Fook you Paltrow and the rest of Hollywood, I beat you all too stupid name punch. I love you meadow. The door opens one more time Toni flinches and into frame comes as wife ED Falco Tony relaxes little and she sits down. Hey, whole love you Honey. I love you too. You murderous misogynistic, probably a little racist, even though I don't really have proof of that pieces shit. I'm glad you're not dead meat to the family sits at the table enjoying each other for what might be the first or last time. We're not sure don't stop believing continues playing louder now like one of our suddenly shifts tonight mode. And everyone has to scream at each other. No. Tony looks up the doors possibly opened again. We know it's whole family's here. So if anyone is coming, it's not for a good reason we don't really know Jay, we the Darkin flawed man has a history of enemies at any point catch up to him. And instead of being an anti hero, perhaps, he is the villain deserving of painful and violent death. After all, isn't that. What he was responsible for all these seasons. Don't we at least a little wanna see the consequences of all of its terrible actions. No. Of course we tag. No matter how awful and Richfield downright criminal, and hateful. He is we like him because he's a man a metal.

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"darkin" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"darkin" Discussed on KTOK

"For former mayor, Mick cornet? Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the news center. And this is Oklahoma's first news Darkin stormy day ahead, and we're under a flood watch. This morning forecast is coming up former Oklahoma City mayor in gubernatorial candidate, Mick cornet is joining a marketing and public relations firm, you'll be working in Oklahoma City based Jones PR in an executive council role and will specialize in business. Cornet says he'll offer business perspectives and advice cornet was mayor from two thousand four to two thousand eighteen state school superintendent joy Hofmeister says she supports a Bill that could move some school districts back to a five day week it strikes the right balance in ensuring that there are important measures in place to make sure our kids are growing and that our schools are doing a great job for kids. That's what she'd help news for the Bill would require between one hundred sixty five and one hundred eighty days classes, meaning some districts could opt for. Four day weeks if they can prove their students meet performance criteria and the four day schedule is saving the district money. Oklahoma voters would decide whether Medicaid should be expanded in our state under an initiative petition. That's been filed with secretary of state's office. It was filed on behalf of two residents one in Tulsa, and one in Oklahoma City organizers would have ninety days to collect about one hundred seventy eight thousand signatures. The state house has passed a Bill that was vetoed. Last session by governor Fallon to move. Oklahoma native American day to the second Monday in October the same as Columbus Day the Bill passed yesterday by a vote of eighty one to seventeen Oklahoma's current native American day is in November. From the kinky. Okay weather center and the Cold War storm team flood watches in effect until one this afternoon. Otherwise, it'll be cloudy today. We'll have storms with highs in the upper fifties to low sixties and a low tonight a fifty three your next news update in ten minutes. I'm Jacqueline Scott, NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. Newsradio one thousand K T okay studios or a service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for low T. Learn more at universalmensclinic dot com. Diamonds direct's prices are unbeatable every day, but this.

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"darkin" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

One Giant Leap For Geeks

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"darkin" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

"Manson head a bunch or you know, son of Sam, they always always get followers. Sure. Sure. I don't necessarily think this is glorifying him. However, I wish that the trailer wouldn't have been so like upbeat and positive. It does seem like it's kind of like they've guy who's Choi as. We stab them bitches and play. All right. Shoot a set this up more along the lines of like a lifetime movie trailer. I think. Moshe did the music for timber. Tim would have been a good fit. The get some Danny elfin going on in there. Ooh. Yeah. I don't know. I I think that the way that the presenting the trailer is not. It almost feels like a dark comedy. It's not sensitive to the with the material is or should be an, you know, considering that it's all based on true, right? Now, I haven't heard anything from like the families come ons anything about it's just been mostly like people on social media bitching about it and shit. I'm sleep. Well, did he kill you like somebody, you know, like? Now, the director and. Also, Zac for have come out in Senate like the movies, not like that. Like, you know, this is this is is going to show the darker elements of what happened in it's going to stay true to the actual events of what happened, but to be fair Ted Bundy did kind kinda come across like he was a rockstar. He went was in it himself as his own lawyer during his fucking murder trials home, man. Like, this do was a narcissistic like egotistical just he was in medical school. And you know, he pretty much thought that he could do whatever he wanted and not get caught because he just he was so egotistical to he thought that he was never gonna get caught. Because he was he was the perfect criminal exactly in. I mean in at the time, and even seeing some people say it now like all, you know, they thought he was attractive. Oh, he's such a nice wholesome of mayor in the send you can never see him. Do these things or whatever like. I wanna fuck them. Like like, there was a lot of people that head to attitude towards them. And I'm just like so I could see why they would come. You know approach it from that direction. They did say from what I understand at least that the film is supposed to be told from the perspective of his girlfriend. So in for years, she was in denial about him being a serial killer. Even after he was convicted, and she didn't believe it. So if we're looking at this through her lens, then it makes sense to make him seem larger than life, and like this great person. Whenever he picks up the low girl, and he's likes toiling around birthday cakes and shit together. Yeah. So it's like that. I mean, that's kind of how he was though, he had this persona of. Yeah. Oh, you know. I'm not doing anything wrong who who was a great guy into. He was murdering and raping women. Great. You. He was nice about it to hold on. He's like, I'm sorry. I'm doing pre right? I think though, I think from an intern in a trailer. It does get a little bit more serious and darker like the whole trailer is not just like, you know, partying and shit. He dancing around. I still got that. It was just too too light hearted of trailer for me. But again, they might have just showed the light hearted moments of Sherman, and the and then the rest of the move is more dark unserious of because towards the end like when they're showing him like dragging the dead girl's body and shit and him hitting a bitch and hit with a crowbar like that. When it starts getting. Yeah. Darker, and I think that surprisingly Zac Efron is doing a really good job of playing that kind of narcissistic charming manipulative side of Ted Bundy. And then he still came across as like this dark creepy like you wouldn't want to be an alley. Stuck with him type would leave you. Kids with him at a murky party type shit like he has always been one of the actors that was considered more attractive and oh, yes. So really, I think the only port that he would head to really work on was the Darkin. Zeki because we already know he can do the charming type. Should it's like, yeah. They came apart. How Sheldon's in this thing? Please..

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"darkin" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

One Giant Leap For Geeks

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"darkin" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

"But they gotta take his suit and make it a batman chinese church family guy or japanese samra guy well the one thing i liked about the redesign was that symbol yeah yeah the one thing i did like about the redesign is that he could turn his head because that has always bothered me and all the batman movies because the michael keaton no because if i was gonna say if you go back and watch the older batman movies or like peak out the corner of your eye in the original the original the first one with mike wahidin and jack nicholson when batman goes to blow up the ace chemicals plant and he thinks the joker is there but he's not and he sees on the helicopter he's like standing facing the batmobile and like the joker puts a spotlight on he's like like that man missed a he turned his full body to look funny funny but he made it look cool it was awkward but they may look cool any shot at derive way to where it was like in a really bug me but even still they do this thing in the dark knight to make him more agile and can be more flexible and putting the flights are still shitty right it's like oh i need to be able to move and turn my head and it's like for what she can still have bullshit as fights that we didn't like and i had jila the of the suit was okay sure you know like i said i was impressed with an jila of a suit and however it's the wrong color it's like two darkin creepy for me sure i don't like the bat symbol at all i absolutely can't stand that we're pointy know what that symbols rounded yeah now do you like the way it looks now in the.

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"darkin" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"darkin" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Same to you i mean to imagine what this young girl faced when her father took her by the hand and essentially walked her to an all white school in her neighborhood and obviously knew that she wasn't going to be a allowed to enroll can you just you know try to sort of imagine what that must have been like for this little girl i'll start with you tiffany anderson well you know it's hard for i think any of who did not live or walk in her shoes to really imagine what it is like to walk in the shoes of someone at that time that that faced many challenges i can tell you at this time this moment in history is we have continued to look at schools across the nation that where youth are voicing their opinions about inequities in school that for me really brings it home to what this work is about that linda brown started truly as a pioneer as already said a you know a movement that we must continue and i think that's important even the thought that she was nine years old and we're looking right now at youth advocating four things able believe in and so i think social justice and equity issues certainly or or before now and her legacy should give us the courage and the the passion to fight an advocate in ways that we have to do if we're going to continue to transform systems longterm kevin brown can you bring us back to that time and just remind us of what was at stake in this legal case with you have to go back to nineteen fifty four and this is the time when people african descend were called negro or colored out or respect or coon darkin and even black is an insult discrimination based on race and employment merchandising stores eating establishments places of entertainment hotels and motels was an accepted fact of life lack people didn't occupy positions above most menial levels in america can business incorporate.

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"darkin" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"darkin" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"When he planted the flag in the ohio state stadium so so far the petition has over four thousand people or thousand signatures to get um vicar mayfield statue of is there to be a holloway statue 'cause if they note male holloway statute away have no beg mayfield said she see on the on the website says winners of the heisman trophy who attend university oklahoma are have a heisman their memorize any heisman uh they have a heisman ports use me so um today already predicting that may fit will one win the heisman and they want this statute to be well if he's gonna get statue any way you might as well do that every that would be a coup statute ahead when it not going to let the crotch grabs go the reflect the you know i hadn't thought about the ain't that might be even better all right switching to the nba with seattle mayor jenny darkin told reporters that a deal is in place to renovate the key arena in hopes of luring an nhl and more importantly navy a team to seattle far we we will not go about audio demands in va where to me i should go leib we wanna basketball team real basketball team replays of basketball team in how it is they have a deal in place right now will with la based oak view group in otahuhu group would privately financed a six hundred million dollar remodeling of the stadium and deal includes twenty million in cash and end inkind contributions to nonprofit organisations and forty million four traffic improvements dr here's a seattle you've got a sammer nobody miss job now you talk about how big your mart your media market is how the nba went daddy market by gaurd oklahoma city all that'd be correct but none that change the fact meadow i miss michelle y'all golf it happened i guess you can get all bore with a trailblazer get you on le pasok still watch the nba are.

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"darkin" Discussed on Cashflow Podcasting: Authority, Audience Growth and Sales through podcasting

Cashflow Podcasting: Authority, Audience Growth and Sales through podcasting

05:46 min | 4 years ago

"darkin" Discussed on Cashflow Podcasting: Authority, Audience Growth and Sales through podcasting

"I like that You know you got the suggestion from other people as wasn't like some harebrained idea that you just kind of came up with Stott you know I'll shoot out into the Darkin Cross my fingers and hope for the best I'm sure there was an element of that but. It actually came as a result of the suggestion of other people and your experience a little bit doing the interviews on other people's podcasts so. When you first thought of this idea of. The unofficial shop affi- podcast. Did you have any idea what to expect as far as? You know what would actually achieve for you and how much work it would take. I knew it would take some effort in terms of editing but I did I was advantaged in that. My business partner was the produced the first podcast for the Navy Club over ten years ago now so that I had no idea and I was like like do podcast but really hard to edit. I was the podcast editor, right? Now. I didn't so that. Cheat their and certainly, there are services like yours to that can take care of editing for you now. So it's not a good excuse anymore. or You could figure it out yourself. I tried everything podcast myself. Once it was like four hours and really painful I would not do it. I much prefer being the guy. Talking. But No assessment we went into it with. No expectations and really liked the first I'll say like the first season. So like the first twenty twenty or so episodes, we didn't put a ton of effort into it like I interviewed my friends to make my life easier to make myself more comfortable and we gave ourselves permission to fail. Making it like well, this is an experiment will try it when you give yourself permission to fail it takes the pressure off. It makes it a lot easier and we we saw like right away. The stats in front of me. So in the first month. The first, the first month or so five hundred people listened and I published four like three or four episodes at random intervals SOYSA. Okay. There's definitely something here I think validates it. So we kept going with it and I got better at interviewing and certainly a skill and we started publishing consistently and by doing that, we ended up with.

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