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Flood of Lawsuits Ensues Minutes After Abbott Signs Texas Elections Law
"Governor Greg Abbott has signed into law an overhaul of that state's election rules. Texas now joins more than a dozen states that have passed Republican backed voting changes. Since the 2020 election following false claims from former President Donald Trump that the 2020 election was quote stolen. Opponents of the changes have already begun filing lawsuits in federal court.
"doyle" Discussed on Art Unknown Podcast
"S. s. e. d. o. l. e. eight five That's my main account. I posted on my other. I have a backup account. Jesse doyle abstract underscore abstracts on instagram to so they might come across both those pages. They are both me but other than instagram. Art by doyle on facebook and you can also go to jesse toil dot com. Send me a message on any of those platforms. I check them daily. So i'm usually pretty good at a quick response. You see something you like. Go or something that. I've done any wanna different color palette scheme or how you wanna approach it. We can roll with that so i like to pick him play with a few of my my pieces. If somebody browsers a few elements of a few different paintings will work on a way to to bring them together for that for that type of commission. So i do enjoy those commissions. The ones where. I'm allowed to expanding grow on my capability in my my approach in. But i could do so via instagram facebook and my website. Semyon email message in on. I gotta say just from a from a personal standpoint. You were very responsive to my email. So i appreciate that you know. And that's what brought us here today. And if i may say this. I'm so excited jesse doyle your Your art is going to be added to the art unknown store. I'm very excited to have you on the store and have your work in display on our clothing accessories. It's real really really like your your work. It's totally rad. And i love seeing looking back through how you have evolved as an artist and we talked a little bit here about your your abstractions as well as to change changing and i think that that's important for any artists to actually continued to grow and sure if you find a method that works for you that you love you can stick with that but so many artists like you stick with that period of time and you slowly transition over time to to maybe something else and and so i can see that your work is definitely evolved even even in two years. You've been working as an artist and it looks really great man. So.
"doyle" Discussed on Homophilia
"Understand what is motivating and what matters to consumers that they wanna reach. And there's no other way to do that to figure out what a day in the life for that individual looks like. How are they feeling. What would what's their. What's their home life. What was their family situation. What's their what's their whole context right and so really putting some disciplined into understanding what it's like to be in that person's shoes and then marrying that with really super smart strategic recommendations that are born of data always born of data and figuring out what the solution is so so empathy is a massive part of what we do the part big part of of how we hire you know. I wanna hire i. Will i love working with the people that i do catch him because my god they just show up so humanity at the end of the day we might be working for a brand like mastercard. I'll talk about that but you know at the end of the day. Mastercard is a big beautiful global organization filled but humans right in service of humans right. and so. that's that's just it's fundamental to the work that we do and communications mastercard. Probably one of the most important things that i've ever had an opportunity to do and something catch catchable. Be proud of for the rest of the time mastercard Who has brand has long been i am. I should say i by no means a an official spokesperson for the brand but they're one of our most important clients a long standing supporter of inclusion in all its forms Mastercard is shown up for marginalized communities including the lgbtq community for years and years and years. Several years ago. I think it was about eighteen. Two thousand eighteen. They landed on a an observation and it was a. It was a sort of a joint observation mastercard and their partner agencies Phenomenal agency called mcan that we work with mastercard that for any member of the trans community. When when you apply for a credit card and then ultimately use a credit card at point of sale that credit card had the. Have the name that you were assigned at birth right mike. Doyle is on my credit card. Well imagine the the horror. The pain the conflict the Anxiety embarrassment whatever. The emotion is if you're a trans person in any phase of that of that transition of your personal journey and you show up with a credit card that may appear to be confusing or different at point of sale to the person that you're trying to interact with horrible right and so talk about embassy right. What must feel like said mastercard and so mastercard said. We're we're not going to stand for that. We're going to create something called the true name card and it was the first ever credit card that could be issued with the chosen name of that individual. It was breakthrough it is now represented by so many issues citibank and others and it was it was remains a watershed moment in the trans. I would say the trans movement particularly as it related to what a brand would be doing. And how brand would stand up for the trans community. It is a spectacular example of a brand demonstrating so much empathy that it was willing to to make a commercial commitment. The business committed to affecting change for an under represented and marginalized community. It was It it remains one of can tell. I get goosebumps when i talk about it one of the great privileges of my career to be a part of that. Yeah that's that's a whole other level next level next level. That's what you do. tells very quickly beltway dealing with glad. You're now the board of glad. Mike doyle i am. I am an run the gay community now. God no yeah no you. Do you do your at the steering wheel of the gay community now. Mike ever ask your essentially you're on the board of directors of the gay community. I i will tell you And i i don't mean to be hyperbolic it is to date the singular honor outside. Dc always right up there. But but i can tell you to be on this board with this. Beautiful group of people In service of an organization. That i have admired my whole life it's It's unbelievable it really is it. Glad is doing such important work and to To watch the way that circuit ls and her team are are genuinely advancing and accelerating acceptance and doing it. Through the lens of everything. We are consuming all of the media that we're consuming the content that the world is is Is privy to the way that glad is trying to help shake it and trying to illuminate the beauty and and the horror right. The incredible work that the glad is doing to it to accelerate acceptance. I am. I am but a spectator but But very happy to be more in the game That i've done. I've ever been on the board for a year joined by Joined by people from about titans of industry just amazing leaders and activists and performers and artists. That come together and try to do the good work of this organization and service of our community. It's an amazing on her and they are so good to have you truly are a lot yes best way anybody ask anybody micah. Thank you so much for being here for doing this for being you. Bearing with us through these out of the technical nightmare was worth it. You are c- greatest. It seems i am not i am i am incredibly humbled by this and i I'm afraid to get your listener results. They nama data guy. So i have a feeling in this show pretty close to the bottom of the list so while i'll send them to jack it up. We'll look at them. We don't look at them. You guys are spectacular. So so the honor.
"doyle" Discussed on Homophilia
"I don't know man if you can tell this but i am centered ren- Yeah there is something especially zan about you today. What's going on. Well i'll tell you what's going on. I had the pleasure of going With ben on a twenty four hour yoga and breath work. Retreat can In santa monica california Sponsored by an app called open Now here's the thing. I think if you're searching the app store which he should. I think it's like ohio. Hyphen p hyphen e. n. n. Is is the official name. Because if you search for open of what comes up is a dating service for three ways Not it's not the same as this wellness app but it was It's a new wellness app. That is sort of its wellness based but it's a little on the peleton model of like their live classes. And you can you know if you're doing yoga. You can have your camera on so the person can you know critique perform or whatever. It's a really cool app But anyway they. They took it was like media trip. They took a bunch of people to the proper hotel in santa monica and it was like twenty four hours of like sound bass and and breath work. Sessions ain't never done breath work before matt. Have you done breath work. I don't know i. I guess so. I mean i breathe. Okay see eyebrows to but breath work very different thing. You're like you're you're we were on the ground on yoga mat and breathe in like and up your you do like die. Format reading saying. Fill up your belly then you chest and then you and then you release it all out and do it like to a beat to the beat of live music in this case over the course of ten minutes and then i. It was like mushrooms like fully. It was it took me mentally physically to a different space. There was there screaming involved. Yes there was. There was a moment whereas like screamed the top of your lungs which i did and i left my body for a moment it was really really something else. I'm into breath work now. that's nothing. I'm fascinated at so you're screaming at the top of your lungs at the end of the breath work period in the middle in the middle. Yeah there are maybe twelve of us in In in a studio was in venice yes. Of course it was course the All of us just like screaming there was gong. There was you know live percussion. It was incredible and then of course out for a vegan dinner with with the gang from from the app. All of whom are unbelievably beautiful. Right next level beautiful And and just like serene and cool. And an and i was like. Who's the keith a little bit. Because this might be a call. And i might be interested and i'm you know i'm wondering where the tattoo will eventually go but i'm willing to put it on me Truly truly life changing twenty four hours of yoga breath work. We eight of it was sleep but so sixteen hours of yoga breath work. And i'm a new man and This feeling like Almost like you're on mushrooms and that euphoria did it stay with you. After the session was over it actually did like all through that dinner. Ben and i both like do you feel awesome and we. It was yeah. It was really great. It was really great. i'm a. I'm a convert. Took me nearly twenty years. But i have gone full. La i do. well now. welcome. I i have to. I'm so i. I'm acting like i don't know what this but i was fucking theater majored and you. All it did was lan the floor and breathe and cry for four years. Great gum thought to brag. Yeah love it open. Oh hyphen p ivan. Whatever just do a search for like open wellness. You'll find it. It'll come up if you end up on the three way app. You don't ever have fun. Do you get open apps. Why am i don't you. why not. Why not do it with a friend. Do with a third How's your week Just as boring as ever as usual coming into this intro. An empty husk with nothing to contribute button. We did just complete this week's interview your Your dear friend. And now i'm going to say my my new friend mike doyle world. Yeah i mean to know. Mike doyle is to love mike doyle. He is He is a human being of just pure charm and eloquence I loved him from the moment. I met him He is the ceo of ketchum which is a massive pr firm. He is now on the board of directors of glad he's on the board of glad And he's just he's just one of these people i think is truly truly remarkable And i am always thrilled to introduce him to people. And i am now. Thrilled introduced to introduce him to all of you However there were technical difficulties each of came in to this zoom with our own internet baggage was it. a laggy. wi fi was a computer that is apparently held together by duct. Tape and dreams Whatever it was we. Each had a moment of utter wifi chaos. So please be patient and listen all the way through because it's worthwhile. It's worth getting through the difficult internet times that we had an as i say this matt maganga is frozen. I say this and malvo gunky is frozen. We are all got. We're just barely hanging on. I'm telling you folks all right. Listen the wifi hates us but we love you and we love mike. Doyle listen to him and get the full experience. I was frozen until this very moment. So whatever whatever happens whatever you said. I'd stand by. Let's go to the interview. Mike.
Abby Wambach on What It Means to Find Your True Self
"The book you wrote you. The chapters are all ways. People had seen you write and categories. You'd but sometimes walked into willingly and and sometimes is that had been an armor right so it was everything from you or how you seen yourself. We fraud tomboy rebel teammate. Lesbian manic depressive captain leader romantic hero addict failure and then the last chapter is human somewhere. You said i had created yourself. All these categories that were both generated from you generated externally helped create you but shut you off from becoming human fully. Human glennon has said this a lot. you know. We're all kinda like russian nesting dolls and as we get older. We kinda keep putting on all of these costumes. And that's what i thought for me growing up. That's what i thought. I had to do to mature to age to get. Wisdom is to put on all these different costumes and see which one fit. And i think that now having gone through a lot of my life granted i'm still fairly young thirty eight but i realized that the more you can actually take those costumes off and get down to that little small immobile russian nesting doll. That is like who you are your true self that is like the humanity of all of us and we all are in there. I visited very random. But i just wanna share it. Because it was reading thinking he ended with human which seems like the simplest most elemental thing of all but is really the work of a lifetime. Right i was thinking about this you. When i studied theology paul tillich wrote the courage to be and he's called an existentialist feel ogen. I read it when i was older. Because i was emphasized when i thought that to be that being but the current the book is actually about how the courage it takes right. The courage is the work.
"doyle" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Is joy this episode of sci-fi talk features complete conversation with sean doyle of the new. Wgn series bellevue about an age. Old town mystery bleeding into the present at pack. When is anne a rogue unstable cop. Who's boss peter. Welland attempts to keep her from spinning out of control. Sean oil is peter. And here's our complete conversation and tony our you. Hi sean. how're you. I've been admiring your work Especially lately on the expanse. I'm really happy that you're in this so much. You know what's interesting about this character. Is there really wasn't much about him. That was established when you join the show so you kind of had to develop him as the The series went on so talk about kind of doing it kind of having that kind of freedom as an actor. That's a good question. I i had a good sense of didn't know exactly what the church it was. How much i've seen for episodes so you have seen as much as i read You know as an actor. Your job is to you. Don't know where it's going to go didn't because they didn't let me know and i won't tell you where it calls. You watched it yet. But it's important for you to find your own way into her character moments. I feel as generally have to do with that particular. Catch your imagination or your own life. Or what have you to and so i. I lawn very in depth. Conversations were jeananne atrium first of all the all the secondly wants research and then kinda talked to three roundabout ways. My church was going to end up. So based on those conversations. I understood where i add to emotionally. Not the secrets very big with this character and so it was easier for me to buy my own substitution. Were imagined procedures giver. Shane company feelings They would yeah. There's a lot of freedom in this entire world and informed his character for even knew what the hell he was. Yeah he definitely has a secret not weighs about it and i'm still discovering them So far it's it's interesting. I mean the show itself is is such a big massive jigsaw puzzle. And you're trying to sort it all out and What's another thing. That's interesting is the relationship between anna. Pack wins anne and also peter It's it's odd times fatherly and at times adversarial kind of speak about that aspect of the show for me. That was the means ron to doing the show. Was this very multi layered relationship between the characters. Yeah peter decided that he was going to say any under his after. She lost her father. Who happens to be my mental. Yeah you know. He was pleased. She's piracy so there's a lot of elements as protected instincts for any. I have great admiration for her talents as a police officer. But she's nuts. She's a maverick. She does stuff. It's really not by the book or criminalize of this I have a lot of Judgments towards how she's bothering or dog all is just rushes out on a real relationship in real life. You know we all. We have very relationship of people. All the time are one note. There are many many things and so it was interesting to be able to jump into a character in that going on right at the beginning was another character and once we started working together first of all it happened naturally and so forth all being ackerman ivy in an opera right away as actors. The work that we started to do together on camera then informs where that relationship when the rest stuff that wasn't necessarily intended to be in story raised his hand and gene in ignore it and allows that to happen every artists their their relationship. More well this series has a little bit of everything i. The riddles are cool You know as i said. It's a jigsaw puzzle and there's also kind of like there's the past kind of bleeding into the future a little bit and it's just a it is a really interesting whodunnit and i don't have a clue as to who who this girl b. But it's gotta be somebody. It's a small town so it's gotta be somebody at into town and has been there a long time. So we'll see you know we didn't know either you didn't. We didn't know that we are getting the last two reps. And i had no idea was i was i was born my way i got a credit Your co creators. jane mags and adrienne mitchell. i mean. adrian has directed it. This is a a really cool team. And they've really crafted an entire world That is pretty awesome. What i find fascinating. One reason why i was excited to do it. Because yes a huge jigsaw. So many movie pieces to the mystery of it but in spite of that the relationships between the characters doesn't get lost up on these shows story driving forward and at the At the detriment of the character developments in this show. I think that chain is incredible job of balancing both elements. Hey thank you for listening to sifi. Talk stick around. I have more. Let's get back sci-fi tour. I'm tony talaat yet. Mean it's definitely has a strong human trauma. I mean with anne. She's dealing with being a mother losing. No her her father's death still hunter and your case You know you're trying to kinda put in perspective. The the former crime and it's connected and dealing with all advani's theories too so i also get. The feeling is a little more to that to him but well speak to exactly what that could be. There's a lot more i told you. Yes i know. But i do like i do like the That they're all still dealing with the death of her father and and peter is too. I mean it it kind of haunts them all a little bit and and that's very human and they're still trying and this case kind of bring it all back together again you know it. It's good human drama. And i will say this giving away too much the mystery. It's a missing missing teen. That's right case missing. Team wants once this was case begins brings back there's mystery and assorted prince history of this path case and it brings back history my relationship with and he's And.
California Town Ravaged by Wildfire for the Second Time in Eight Months
"A small northern California town is ravaged by the Backworth complex fire the state's largest which is burned around ninety three thousand acres and is about two thirds contained myself burned down what can I do that's Beverly hoodie shell on the phone telling her satellite TV company why she can't return their equipment not only is it gone but everything she owns and knowing I did in this world every detail because I'm not a rich person I can just buy another house the grandmother cuddles her dog and cries as she talks about the lifelong Doyle home she lost seventy nine what chance do I have the built in and out rose Roberts whose house survived the fire looks around at all the neighbors who were not as fortunate it's devastating you know you feel sorry for bad we're lucky we got out when I live she says Doyle is a tight knit town with a lot of older people and knows everyone will help as much as they can I'm Julie Walker
Firefighters Make Progress Against Big Fires in US West
"One of the biggest fires is along the California Nevada border Kelly grow so when his family and Doyle California had to evacuate after losing everything that I've worked for and everything else all these years it's gone he spoke to K. O. L. O. T. V. Jon Hansen and his dog were forced out of their home near Yosemite National Park threw some clothes in a bag and grandma shoes and then he was dead and took off I hope everything is still there when I get back he spoke to K. F. S. N. in Oregon the bootleg fire covers two hundred forty square miles lightning has sparked fires in Washington and Idaho extreme heat has set off many of these fires forecasters say temperatures will be dropping I bet Donahue
Record-Breaking Heat Sparks Wildfires Across the West Coast
"West Coast is cooking record breaking heat, putting eight states in 18 million people under alert. Hot, dry conditions, fueling at least 47 uncontained wildfires across the region. A BCS will cars and Doyle, California in southern Oregon. The bootleg fire scorching more than 150,000 acres in California. Mandatory evacuations near Mariposa County winds driving the river fire to 4000 acres to the north. Dozens of homes destroyed in Doyle, California, The town is now home to the largest fire in the state this year. Beckworth complex fire scorching more than 86,000 acres. Firefighters working around the clock to stop the spread, but it's a taxing job
The Origin Story of Agatha Christie
"Today we're talking about the grande dame of the english. Done it. The jk rolling of selling books before there is a jk rolling. Please meet our dreamer of the day. The queen of crime agatha christie agatha was born in eighteen ninety in the seaside town of turkey in devon england. She was the youngest of three children born into an upper middle class home. Acas father frederick was an american stockbroker and her irish-born mother clara took care of the house and her children's early education after her father's sudden death when agatha was eleven. the family's financial situation became more precarious. An agatha was sent to paris to complete her education when she completed finishing school. I get the return to england only to start a months long tour of the middle east with her mother. While traveling agatha tried her hand at writing short stories and an early novel but wasn't able to get anything published. She did however meet her future husband archie christie while in cairo. They got married right before the outbreak of world war one during the war archie was sent to france to fight the germans. We'll get the returned home to england. She worked as a nurse. And then eventually chemist's assistant on the home front as the war raged across the channel agatha started writing detective fiction in her downtime. She'd always loved mystery. Novels particularly the works of wilkie collins and sir arthur conan doyle so it was a natural fit at this first novel. The mysterious affair at styles was published in nineteen twenty. Her debut work introduced the world to the iconic hair kua paro agatha's eccentric and egoistic belgian detective with the little grey cells and a perfectly quaffed moustache from frog. I am a bloody legal. Belgian perot appeared in about twenty five novels and many short stories. The elderly village spinster. Miss jane marple agatha's other iconic detective first appeared in her novel. Murder at the vicarage in one thousand nine thirty agatha's first. Major literary success came with the publication of her novel. The murder of roger ackroyd in nineteen twenty six. It was met with massive international acclaim and became an immediate bestseller. No spoilers but suffice it to say that. The murder of roger. Ackroyd is an ingenious and innovative. Who done it that still manages to amaze
Glennon Doyle on Stepping Into Your Truth
"We were just talking before we stepped into the room. There's this kind of interesting relationship between me. You and your life Last time you're hanging this. I feel like oh so much has changed in your world in the world will cause was probably about three and a half years ago. Something like that And you came in. You were touring for love warrior. And there's a part of your story that was public and then towards the end of our conversation. We started talking about okay. So there's actually another relationship and you shared not planned that there's another relationship that you're in but you didn't want to go any further like it's kind of mind from that point forward and then Last year i guess about a year ago abbe came in and we somehow ended up talking about that moment to and she was like she said you know she said i have listened to that small segment over and over and over because it was. She's like planet didn't use my name but it was the first public acknowledgement that i existed in her life and it meant and it was amazing And now we're sitting here today. I know i remember walking out of this room after having shared that. And you said something that me share. The i don't know you said you just look later or full of light or something. I don't know you just said something that made me i. You know when you're in love and you're just talking to share it just dying to and i felt safe here and i just remember walking out of this interview and calling her right away. I did call right away. And i said oh my god i just said it. I just sat
What Does the Future of Money Look Like?
"Jordan. Heath rawlings is the big story. Michael doyle is a freelance reporter and journalist based in toronto who examined the future of money in canada for the globe in mail. Hi michael jordan. Can you start us off. Just because it's such a useful way to think about this. At least i found it useful by telling us the story of money on the island of yap certainly Yup is a tiny island. That is now part of micronesia in the south pacific and for hundreds of years. They had a very unusual form of currency and that was these gigantic limestone rocks and the bigger they were the more valuable they were and also of course the bigger they were the more difficult they were to actually physically exchange with each other so over time they Just left the rocks where they were and In order for them to figure out who owned which rock which note of currency for lack of better term. They created basically a form of a ledger. And in the form of an oral history of who owned each rock and how the rocks transacted from person to person on the island and so that's how they effectively did business. That's how they exchanged Goods and services for hundreds of years. Now tell me how that relates to wear. Our use of money is heading certainly It's actually a really great analogy. Because in one example it sort of captures a snapshot of what money has been for hundreds if not thousands of years since the since we came up with the idea of money however long ago that was And at the same time it also short sort of shows us where technology is going to change money in the near future so the question of what money is a really weird thing. it's kind of like a philosophical rabbit hole. You go down but at it. Sort of core form money is
Urban Meyer Envisions Utilizing Tim Tebow in Taysom Hill-Like Role
"Got tim t we got. We got number one. Pick in the draft playing quarterback. We got a team. That was one in fifteen a year ago. And now we're bringing it in ten tibo to run a taste him hill style package. Chris canty what do you think of that. I don't like it g. I gotta be honest with you. I mean we've seen him he'll be able to do a lot of things in the nfl. You can throw it can catch. We hadn't seen him to be able to do that at a high level at least not enough to warrant him being able to make a return after a six year absence from the sport so i just think it's a long shot in terms of being a contributor on the field with the jacksonville jaguars and if he's not going to be somebody that's a productive player. I don't think it's worth the distraction again. This is another one of those moves. This offseason got a lot of those guys in that. Jacksonville jaguars locker room looking at herbert. Meyer sideways i going out there and trying to sign. I will strength coach. Chris doyle to be your head or strength conditioning. After what happened with his tenure there and now with bringing it over i just. It's a move that reeks of privilege. And it's a move that could undermine the credibility of your head coach moving
Man Arrested in Connection With Attack at Baltimore Liquor Store
"Baltimore Police arrested a suspect in the Sunday night assault of two liquor store owners. 50 year old Darryl Doyle's faces multiple charges for the attack on the Korean women at the Wonderland Liquor Store on Pennsylvania Avenue. Both victims fought their suspect and suffered serious but non life threatening
Disneyland Reopens for First Time in More Than 400 Days
"Day is finally here for Disneyland in Disney California Adventure. The Anaheim theme parks are opening for the first time in more than 13 months after closing due to the pandemic. Gavin Doyle is a long time Disney enthusiast who started the website Mickey visit dot com, he tells the California report plenty of restrictions will still be in place, including capacity being limited to 25% for now. Masks are required for all guests, as well as the attendance currently is limited to California residents on Lee. That, of course, could shift in the future. But for right now, because Disneyland you're inside, you're outside. It's a full experience of the day. The mass requirement remains in place. Most of the park's rides will be open. Those some are closed for pandemic safety reasons. Costume characters won't be giving out hugs either, but will be posing for pictures from balconies and from stages across the park. Doyle says the reopening isn't just important for Disney fans and the thousands of employees who work at the parks but also for the entire city of Anaheim, which relies so heavily on tourist dollars coming in. Show me hotels have been closed for over a year. I actually just checked in to the best Western Stovall's and the best Western Stovall's has not served a guest. Since March of 2020 were the first people staying back. And when I checked in seeing the look on the face of the front ash manager, her saying, welcome back, almost coming to tears. The park ended its annual pass program earlier this year. But the president of Disney Resorts announced yesterday that a new program is in the works, and it's expected to debut later this year. Let's
Tech CEOs testify before House Antitrust Subcommittee
"The ceo's of facebook twitter and google appeared before the house energy and commerce committee yesterday lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle grilled them on how they moderate content on their platforms. The hearing was the executives first appearance in congress since the capital riot on january six during which many members were actually inside the capitol building. Here's democratic congressman. Mike doyle in his opening statement that attack and the movement that motivated started and was nourished on your platforms. Your platform suggested groups for people to join videos. They should do and post. They should like driving this movement forward with terrifying speed and efficiency. Both republicans and democrats have signaled that they think the tech companies have too much power but disagreed on what exactly to do about it
Tech CEOs questioned over how misinformation spreads on social media
"Like the January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol, which was largely planned and documented on platforms including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. So should social media companies be responsible for that? That's essentially what Pennsylvania Congressman Mike Doyle, a Democrat, asked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at a hearing today. Yes or no? Do you do bear some responsibility for what happened? Congressman. Our responsibility is to make sure that we build effective system stuff. This is not the answer The question. The heads of Google and Twitter also testified at that hearing. These companies are among NPR's financial supporters and NPR Tech correspondent Shannon
Texas Medical Board clears Houston doctor accused of stealing COVID vaccine
"The state medical board is clear. A local doctor of wrongdoing for allegedly misusing doses of the covid vaccine but news. Eighty eight seven schneider's sensor could still be criminal charges. The texas medical board role to dr hassan. Gokul did not violate the medical practice. Act when he administered doses of the vaccine to friends and family to avoid them going to waste gokul worked for harris county public health and says clinic doses were leftover at the end of the day and would have been discarded. A judge drought a charge of theft against gokul but the harris county district attorney's offices still seeking an indictment from a grand jury. Paul doyle has goals attorney. Da's office filed this case abruptly without investigating it and are now in an effort to try and save face for disparaging a doctor's name in a statement the da's office told houston public media quote. We anticipate presenting all of the evidence in this matter to a grand jury so representatives of the community can determine whether a criminal charges appropriate.
"doyle" Discussed on RunPod
"Hello there welcome to run. Port where runners unite all of them all levels fast so plotters. Sprinters gazelles thumpers bouncers zigzags professionals. Amateurs nubia long-term runners wannabes. I mean i could go on but you get the message owners. Welcome all abilities jenny. Faulkner say i'm an enthusiastic runner. Some days of another's but the enthusiasms always there at today on reports. I am joined by someone who is well. I'd say zell like super speedy and a true pro. She is scotland's most decorated track and field athlete of all time she's had successor olympic commonwealth world and european levels per specialities. Four hundred meters and four hundred meter hurdles. She is the wonderful ille- doyle. Hello there i there already. I'm good thank you. Thank you for having me on the show. I'm looking forward to this. Do you know the last time. I think i saw you when your child. Yes it would have been back in two thousand fourteen. I think when we did the baton delay further komo's game so here which feels like each is ages ago. I know it was such a long time ago. So funny alien. I were welcoming. The battle into scotland with daily thomson smeared the kickback. Ju- remember we played daley. Thompson's decathlon with daley thompson. Do go photograph of that. Attic aforethought attainment. That just just so socio. But you're you're sitting there playing. Yeah is the catholic game. But he's actually sure he's playing as well. It was one of those. I need to just stop when just take this woman because this is never going to happen again. I know it was really really cool One exciting time. That year was massive for you. Oh my goodness i mean. Obviously it was an exciting team but after we will you went on to do pretty well at the commonwealth games do remember is two thousand fourteen. It was in glasgow you one silver and kept in the scottish athletics team as well. Didn't you get the most incredible standing ovation. And you did this. Amazing victory lap. What was that s billions light. Yeah i mean it was such a such a strange year twenty fourteen for any school a catholic in any sport. If you were going to be competing the most games they just seem to be this real intensity over you know everybody. We weren't really used to that sort of attention especially in athletics. it doesn't really get a massive Enemy back man..
Some Belgians shout: 'King! Tear down your garden walls!'
"Looks on in the cities never comfortable especially when you have little outdoor space at home and the local parks overcrowded making social distancing impossible yes in Belgium one family stands above the fray the bill to Doyle family has an extensive lush garden right in the center of town nearly the size of Monaco and repeats with a massive palace and its own red herring colony so it comes as no surprise that more and more voices all edging king Philippe to open up at least part of his palace to the public during the wild west health crisis in a century local politician because he says the Maurice at the palace gardens are turning into a parable of wheel privilege in times of intense needed change we have a lot of people living in the most difficult social economic situation small housing no guard others argue public access to the gardens would compromise security for politicians and royalty policy three I'm Karen Chama
Former Thunder employee charged in US Capitol invasion
"In the January 6 storming of the U. S. Capitol. An FBI affidavit says former co workers of 37 year old Daniel Doyle recognized her from video footage and contacted authorities. Footage allegedly shows Doyle climbing through a window. Doyle worked for the thunder as an account manager. She's been charged with knowingly entering a restricted building, disorderly conduct and violent entry on Capitol grounds. The State House passes a bill to post in God. We
Jaguars split with accused racist strength coach Chris Doyle
"Head coach Urban Meyer and company released a statement saying the franchise failed to properly consider the impact of the higher Jags director of sports performance. Chris Doyle resigned last night just hours after the team was criticized for hiring Doyle. Was accused of making racist remarks and belittling and bullying players during his time in strength coach at Iowa
Jaguars, accused racist strength coach Chris Doyle part ways
"I'm Julie Walker the Jacksonville Jaguars and embattled strength coach Chris Doyle parted ways Friday night a few hours after the diversity group blasted the demon called the hiring simply unacceptable coach urban Meyer says Doyle resigned the day after he hired him the Fritz Pollard alliance whose mission is to increase diversity in the NFL ripped the Jaguars and said racist allegations at Iowa should disqualify Doyle on Thursday Mar defended is hiring saying their relationship went back twenty years and he was vetted I would pay Doyle one point one million dollars to resign after more than a dozen black players had said he discriminated against them Doyle denied the allegations a lawsuit is pending I'm Julie Walker
"doyle" Discussed on The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle
"Take an outside look at one company's marketing and discuss the good the bad and the ugly now if your heart jarod doyle. Welcome to the episode and this week. We're joined by jason reid. Jason is an author entrepreneur consultant digital marketer architect with a.
"doyle" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"I still have. Hope for myself should still climbing the mountain. I'm falling off the other side. Nah If a lot of time left you're GonNa have the EPA genome thing and you're GonNa Anti Age and then you're GonNa take that one Sorcerer's stone and then you're gonNA live forever. What a great segue. Because here's another preposterous thing. I spent about forty minutes this morning. Thinking about the genome thing. I spent my whole morning thinking about this like okay. So I'm going to get this procedure. They're GonNa Race My flawed EPA genome. It's going to start reading my DNA. Perfectly and I'm going to be twenty then. I thought what happens to old growth muscle like I've been working out for twenty years at this point and the physical shape of my body is no different than it was in my twenties. I like train. It and have old. Growth Muscle layer after layer of old dead rigid muscle. That's in there so I was wondering great I'll have like a youthful phase but am going to be doughy and I'm seeing him when I was twenty. My buddy sucked in many ways. Oh I see yes like. It's two years of training muscle memory to respond to exercise and it. Kinda does now. Oh but it took decade. Oh before that started happening in house is gone and then I started she. No I'd rather look ugly and as a toy potty. Oh Man I spent so much time general. Yeah worry that's not a sign that my life's too easy and too much. I'm panicking about whether or not my aging reversing procedures can take away. Some of my muscle mass. My goodness this is a jealous of Chapelle at the same time anyways. Glennon Doyle Glenn Glenn Okay so you said. Abby is a two time gold medal winner. She is yeah. I just wanted to give you a boost women's soccer I think she's in the famous pitcher where they all ripped their jerseys often. They're wearing their sports brassieres. What if all of them are wearing sports brassieres but one of them was wearing like a Vicky secret like lace for? Aw they maybe weren't big enough. This year required an actual athletic broads. Play so she's like. Why would I wear these big cumbersome sports broadcasts where my lacy Vicky and then no one talked about what was going to happen and either one of two things could happen either? Everyone has their tops off except for her and she's just entered Jersey. People think she's a prude or she. Bangs it off and she's in like a lacy sexy ta and everyone's in sports. You wouldn't because I know from being on a sports team that like you'd be changing in the locker room and everyone would be putting on their bras and you wouldn't feel weird you think. Yeah and I think you'd feel superstitious. I don't think on a team like that if one person's doing something totally okay. It doesn't feel good. You just wouldn't do it. There's so much superstition on teams like we had to stand next to specific person. Do Our hospital you deci one time it worked. It was like okay now. I have to stand by this person. I have to squeeze her hand twice and Rayleigh. Superstitious athletes get real. Spent you know the worst or these pitchers. Oh Yeah it's tiresome. Human yet is okay. And what is her forward. Okay great okay. You said that you gave an Algebra an elephant you said ten thousand pounds so so the African Bush elephant mass average. Thirteen thousand pounds. Ooh Asian elephant eight thousand eight hundred pounds just did an average of the two species and then African forest elephants. Six thousand pounds tiny there. Is You know there was Pygmy elephants pygmy hippopotami. Parliament's Hippopotamus Papa to my on Madagascar. They have in the bone record. 'cause all animals on an island succumb to foster's island principal said the mammals all get smaller and the birds get bigger. Can you imagine a cute? A pygmy hippo hippocampus of pig is a pig me how much you love to have a team of pygmy elephants in the backyard. They're so sweet. We wouldn't do it because it's not nice for them. Over invented to be pets are they. Invented to be the don't exist right now. Pygmy elephants but there were in Madagascar. They have them in the archaeological record. But they're long extinct and you know there's pygmy there were pygmy woolly mammoths on the Channel Islands pitcher a fucking Saint Bernard size. Will we? Mammon is your pat. That's cute I would love a little tiny elephant. Metoo elephants have a sadness to them. Because you've seen them mourn the dead. Is that what you think? And they have such a memory. Which makes you sad. Well maybe it is. Why because I know that they are retaining all the information they never forget they never forget it moves so slowly in you know they're kinda droopy and people are mean to them and ride them and use them. Oh sacred animal into my people okay. So she talks about the story of Eve and how that is sort of ingrained in Christian culture out has repercussions. Obviously I wanted to jump in there but I didn't. Okay what were you gonNa say I was GONNA say? The thing is such a thinly veiled metaphor for man's insecurity that he can't please a woman. The whole thing is about that eve might fuck and other dude. That's really what it is don't Eve- don't have that forbidden fruit. That forbidden fruit. Don't wander. Don't be curious. Don't it's all men's deep deep deep? Fear that they won't satisfy their female partner. Do with it. Yeah but it's still the man controlling all the man wrote the story. Yeah I was sitting the other day I think I told you it was in a meeting and again. I apologize ahead of time and to fend any Chris but I was. I was sitting there and I was. You know I was like. It's amazing to me that women have embraced Christianity. It's there's a male God and then the male God sends his son down to planet or not his daughter the daughter in the mix. It's just he is a male God and then he is a male son in the mail. Sun comes down and they all both have all the answers. The big person is a a woman who had to have. The baby is urging. Because if she wasn't emergency be what a slut like the I don't know I don't know how it even found purchase in the mind of women but that feminism is new. I have a hard time buying into the story and I'm represented you're able to have some perspective because you you're not the one like we've just been degreen. Yeah everyone's been conditioned to just be like. Okay Okay Yes yes. It's only now that people like I guess like Glennon. Her whole thing is like we're the one are we doing? They're all do every do there's. An women have no role in this religion other than the Mary. I'm just saying if I was a woman I I couldn't even latch on and it's all about me so I don't know how women found their way into that story. Need find our way in just. That was the story. The story was presented to be my Graham Mulas. I had a Bible and I looked at the pictures and I had to go to Sunday. School and the prayers in the whole time. I was just like I'm not. This isn't resonating with me. But women have not been able to say this is weird. It's a rare woman to be able to step outside this patriarchy and be like this is fucked up here. It's easier to just fall in line and you know now things are starting to change. I think it's fantastic. That things are starting to change. But it's hard it's slow. Will the text itself though is is what it is? They're never going to update the Bible. Add female characters. But I'm saying if I'm passing on a religion to my two daughters and I'm like here's this religion. It's all about men. They only the ones that were smart. The only ones that knew that were speaking to God. They're in got him God's guy too so like I expect my daughter would be like you don't want U Show ME RELIGION. That involves me. And maybe I'd be interested in it but you also have to like look at the history of this country it also doesn't involve women and you're not going to say well. I guess I reject that history like I mean that is what's happening. Some people are like Whoa. This is all messed up. There has not been a women represented and so you know at the foundation of all of this stuff in so to me that makes sense. What makes sense as the last seventy five years of our culture where women increasingly going hold on? Why AREN'T WE IN OFFICES OF OF GOVERNMENT? That's logical to me. Someone born in one thousand nine hundred ninety who presented this story in women have no role in it. I don't know how it's attractive to them. But they're so many details of religion so they're probably not focusing so much on the lack of women they're saying on all the other components that seem positive and I think there are positive things in religion sure. Of course it would not be going on for two thousand years if it didn't have some major benefits to people's lives. Yeah and it's just modeling. It's just the kid goes to church because the parents go to church and you know a lot of people just take things at face value and they take it based on whatever their parents are doing. Many people are fed to believe that. That's the key. Tell being a good person. You're being told that you have to follow this or you'll get off track and boy end up in. Hell and you'll go to hell. Yeah however shitty life is on planet earth or in heaven. It's got to be absolutely the worst in hell. Yeah thank you presumably. It only gets worse. Yeah but it just reminded me when she was talking about it. There's a Sarah barral song called Armar. That's so good. It's a female anthem. Then there's part of the song is let it began let Ataman step one original sin underneath the leaves Adam found eve. Both of them found something sweet under the apple tree then it was over roads. Divide step to learning how to lie. Let me ask a question to present day. How the Hell did eve end up with? All the damn blame I think he will I can. I can still see the photo in my little Kids Bible. It seemed like she was about to bite and he looked nervous. Any yeah so she gets a lot of shit so kristen said that. The Buddhists say if a bus is about to hit somebody you'd move you shove that person out of the way not for their sake but because it'd be like the bus was hitting you too because everyone's one and I could not find that in my research. That didn't ring a bell when it when I was here..
"doyle" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"What the message is right. Like honestly Christian scare me at all because I feel like women are grateful enough. Every woman I know is grateful. It's not like we're either ungrateful or we want more like it's okay to be grateful for what you have and also want more. I mean I know so. Many women who have this longing this like deep longing inside of them for sure more beautiful relationships richer more beautiful communities for true more beautiful careers and they just won't admit their discontent or their longing because I don't know because they're they think that they should just be fine with good enough for me. The distinction is you're asking for the examination of yourself and what you want and what you need but if you want and need to be accommodating if that feels true to you if that feels like your best self that's okay you're not saying all these things are bad you're just saying this is the program and take a second to examine that program and see whether it's really working for you whether it's fulfilling you cause some parts of it might be a tune and also the idea that we all have different conditioning. In my family it was very important for children and for me to be sweet and quiet and accommodating grateful. Somebody else might have a completely different conditioning or program. I have a similar thought. That Kristen does which is the potential risk is well guess what living in society in general comes with eating a lot of shit. There's some communal benefits. It's the social contract. It's like yes I'm not GonNa Shit on the street because I know someone else has to deal with it so you know on some level. I think we're aware that we're all to have to take it on the Chin just co exist to be in a family together. It's endless. Compromise is not just what I WANNA do. It's there's three other people that also need to get their slice of the pie and so yeah I wonder if fear on first glance like everyone should just be true to themselves and is it even possible for everyone to be true to themselves yet. Still live in a society where we get the benefits of that. Well I mean to me that just sounds like the slippery slope compromise. We can't just all go around being what will happen like that. It just feels like the. What's the alternative? I'm just talking about not slowly dying inside like I'm talking about being in a relationship and when you have a feeling or a need not burying it right. We can't go around family all being true to ourselves. Like what if the CAD like what is in every conversation we have created communities where people actually do feel safe bringing their full self to the table. Right Mike where people actually do feel safe saying. Oh actually like when you said that. I felt something and I'm going to say it it doesn't mean like people are GonNa Start Shifting in the street. It just means it just means like people are going to have safe spaces to bring more of themselves to table so they will have to keep swallowing themselves over and over again but again. That's not to beat a dead horse but I really would like to shit in the street. It's just so convenient sometimes. I'm there already and I don't want to run to a bathroom wherever you need you to stay. Stay tuned for real but we're your equating and what I think. A lot of people do in our condition to do is acquaint being true to yourself with being selfish like we're being selfish if we have a need also the idea of I think it gets to like what do you believe about people at the base of the because if you're afraid that if people are shooting themselves everything's GonNa go to shit then. That really does kind of reveal a route belief. The people are bad right like what I actually believe. Is that when you get to the truth? The truth of things that people are good like I was at a speaking event recently and somebody said what we just go around doing what we want. I want to drink a bottle of Malibu every night. Can I just do that? But the fact is that like of course not and the reason why she asked that is because she didn't trust that believe like she didn't trust that desire or she wouldn't have asked it right like what I think. Is it since we live in a capitalist culture? Is that what their job is to take? These basic human needs that we have an attached to product to it right. So the idea of the bottle of Malibu is there's a desire beneath it the desire beneath it is just arrest for an escape. If you don't trust that desire then you go beneath it to find the good real truth thing that you need. I mean what I believe is that people are are better freer are actually believe that and I I think we need to create communities relationships. Emily's nations all of it where people do feel safe breaking their full self to the table. I agree I agree. Let's talk about religion for two seconds because I feel like initially when Christmas reading your stuff. I think you are still bridging a gap or trying to make peace with multiple things that to me on. The surface seem contradictory. And I know that you've had like an evolution and I don't know how to sum up where you're at now or maybe even where you were. When I was first hearing passages I did hear you say something recently that I felt like it was approaching how I look at it because obviously I'm in this program that's you're supposed to re- requires you to believe in higher power. I've got all sorts of work arounds for that. I don't make the sun and moon rise some other force gravity does that. It's more powerful to me but I guess when I'm doing the work where I'm asking for God's will be known for me to do God's will what I find in what I'm shocked that other people don't have confidence in is that I know the right thing. I've always known the right thing. I don't need to pray for divine inspiration. I can feel it. I often do things in opposition to that because I'm selfish greedy creature and I want to stockpile everything I'm afraid of not having but the voice is in me. I I know how to exist in harmony with other people in other creatures in on this planet and there's great harmony in the solar system and in this universe and I know when I'm in discord with that harmony and I can look for that so I'm just curious you know where you started in in where you're at currently. Well I mean I guess I would. I feel the same way as you do. I mean I don't feel like there's something necessarily outside of me that I need to pray to but I do feel like there's something inside of me that I can get more deeply connected to when I'm quiet. I guess when I'm not like reaching for all of the shit that I reach for to nominate out so I guess that it similar right at what you would say. I just know I know what do like. That's what I would call like the divine in me. Whatever that thing. What would you call it like intuition or something like what would you call it? Yeah I guess it's for me. It's when I'm not scared I can hear the voice when I'm scared or threatened or frightened the other voice that is to protect. My selfish animalistic needs and desires. That's the only voice I can hear but when I feel totally safe I can. I can hear the scared answer. Yeah same thing. This is exactly I mean. It's one of my favorite things to talk about because abby and I talk about it constantly because she like if I said I'm praying she'll say so you're talking to yourself again like we have like completely different. But she's still fascinated by it. She's she's so fascinated by this faith thing. I mean all I know is like even when I was waste like newly sick and wasted all the time I used to sit outside and just like talk to. I don't know who I don't something my better self something. Some weakness is all that I can say. I can describe it as a Weiner like I never think it's just me I just feel like a connection to something else but I and I've always felt like the spark that has something to do with God or the divine or magic or I don't know what it is. I think it's kind of like if you if you feel like you're an artist and then you go to an art class and you sit down at a desk and this really mean teacher gives you a coloring coloring page in tells you that you have to color inside the lines and if you mess up. They're going to shame you and they're gonNA kick you out. That's how I felt about religion right. I felt like I had a spark I was meant to be like some sort of divine. I don't know and then I went to the religion and it was all about like colored sidelines and then after a while I just lost spark and it took me basically to stop going to art class for a very long time to stop going to places where people pretended to know what faith was getting out of the institution of all of that helped me kind of reconnect to that spark. Certainly I don't know where I am now is that I certainly do not by any stretch of the imagination. Believe that God has to do with Church. I think they're two completely separate things. I don't believe that fake to me is like some allegiance to a set of rules or dogma that people made up millennia ago to control people in yet. Like if the question is like. Is there something my answer is always going to be like yes? I I don't know that's a bell. That's how you feel about right and I'm always interested in kind of how you because when we met you she was definitely Christian by all's stretches. We're driving Hawaii. I can remember the exact place on the road. We were driving and I said. Do you believe in Jesus and she goes. Yeah and I go. There was a man named Jesus. Christ I think we all agree on that. But that he was the son of God and then he came here and she goes. Yeah and I was like okay and for the first time ever I was not like Oh.
"doyle" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"What the message is right. Like honestly Christian scare me at all because I feel like women are grateful enough. Every woman I know is grateful. It's not like we're either ungrateful or we want more like it's okay to be grateful for what you have and also want more. I mean I know so. Many women who have this longing this like deep longing inside of them for sure more beautiful relationships richer more beautiful communities for true more beautiful careers and they just won't admit their discontent or their longing because I don't know because they're they think that they should just be fine with good enough for me. The distinction is you're asking for the examination of yourself and what you want and what you need but if you want and need to be accommodating if that feels true to you if that feels like your best self that's okay you're not saying all these things are bad you're just saying this is the program and take a second to examine that program and see whether it's really working for you whether it's fulfilling you cause some parts of it might be a tune and also the idea that we all have different conditioning. In my family it was very important for children and for me to be sweet and quiet and accommodating grateful. Somebody else might have a completely different conditioning or program. I have a similar thought. That Kristen does which is the potential risk is well guess what living in society in general comes with eating a lot of shit. There's some communal benefits. It's the social contract. It's like yes I'm not GonNa Shit on the street because I know someone else has to deal with it so you know on some level. I think we're aware that we're all to have to take it on the Chin just co exist to be in a family together. It's endless. Compromise is not just what I WANNA do. It's there's three other people that also need to get their slice of the pie and so yeah I wonder if fear on first glance like everyone should just be true to themselves and is it even possible for everyone to be true to themselves yet. Still live in a society where we get the benefits of that. Well I mean to me. Just sounds like the slippery slope compromise. We can't just all go around being what will happen like that. It just feels like the. What's the alternative? I'm just talking about not slowly dying inside like I'm talking about being in a relationship and when you have a feeling or a need not burying it right. We can't go around family all being true to ourselves. Like what if the CAD like what is in every conversation we have created communities where people actually do feel safe bringing their full self to the table. Right Mike where people actually do feel safe saying. Oh actually like when you said that. I felt something and I'm going to say it it doesn't mean like people are GonNa Start Shifting in the street. It just means it just means like people are going to have safe spaces to bring more of themselves to table so they will have to keep swallowing themselves over and over again but again. That's not to beat a dead horse but I really would like to shit in the street. It's just so convenient sometimes. I'm there already and I don't want to run to a bathroom wherever you need you to stay. Stay tuned for real but we're your equating and what I think. A lot of people do in our condition to do is acquaint being true to yourself with being selfish like we're being selfish if we have a need also the idea of I think it gets to like what do you believe about people at the base of the because if you're afraid that if people are shooting themselves everything's GonNa go to shit then. That really does kind of reveal a route belief. The people are bad right like what I actually believe. Is that when you get to the truth? The truth of things that people are good like I was at a speaking event recently and somebody said what we just go around doing what we want. I want to drink a bottle of Malibu every night. Can I just do that? But the fact is that like of course not and the reason why she asked that is because she didn't trust that believe like she didn't trust that desire or she wouldn't have asked it right like what I think. Is it since we live in a capitalist culture? Is that what their job is to take? These basic human needs that we have an attached to product to it right. So the idea of the bottle of Malibu is there's a desire beneath it the desire beneath it is just arrest for an escape. If you don't trust that desire then you go beneath it to find the good real truth thing that you need. I mean what I believe is that people are are better freer are actually believe that and I I think we need to create communities relationships. Emily's nations all of it where people do feel safe breaking their full self to the table. I agree I agree. Let's talk about religion for two seconds because I feel like initially when Christmas reading your stuff. I think you are still bridging a gap or trying to make peace with multiple things that to me on. The surface seem contradictory. And I know that you've had like an evolution and I don't know how to sum up where you're at now or maybe even where you were. When I was first hearing passages I did hear you say something recently that I felt like it was approaching how I look at it because obviously I'm in this program that's you're supposed to re- requires you to believe in higher power. I've got all sorts of work arounds for that. I don't make the sun and moon rise some other force gravity does that. It's more powerful to me but I guess when I'm doing the work where I'm asking for God's will be known for me to do God's will what I find in what I'm shocked that other people don't have confidence in is that I know the right thing. I've always known the right thing. I don't need to pray for divine inspiration. I can feel it. I often do things in opposition to that because I'm selfish greedy creature and I want to stockpile everything I'm afraid of not having but the voice is in me. I I know how to exist in harmony with other people in other creatures in on this planet and there's great harmony in the solar system and in this universe and I know when I'm in discord with that harmony and I can look for that so I'm just curious you know where you started in in where you're at currently. Well I mean I guess I would. I feel the same way as you do. I mean I don't feel like there's something necessarily outside of me that I need to pray to but I do feel like there's something inside of me that I can get more deeply connected to when I'm quiet. I guess when I'm not like reaching for all of the shit that I reach for to nominate out so I guess that it similar right at what you would say. I just know I know what do like. That's what I would call like the divine in me. Whatever that thing. What would you call it like intuition or something like what would you call it? Yeah I guess it's for me. It's when I'm not scared I can hear the voice when I'm scared or threatened or frightened the other voice that is to protect. My selfish animalistic needs and desires. That's the only voice I can hear but when I feel totally safe I can. I can hear the scared answer. Yeah same thing. This is exactly I mean. It's one of my favorite things to talk about because abby and I talk about it constantly because she like if I said I'm praying she'll say so you're talking to yourself again like we have like completely different. But she's still fascinated by it. She's she's so fascinated by this faith thing. I mean all I know is like even when I was waste like newly sick and wasted all the time I used to sit outside and just like talk to. I don't know who I don't something my better self something. Some weakness is all that I can say. I can describe it as a Weiner like I never think it's just me I just feel like a connection to something else but I and I've always felt like the spark that has something to do with God or the divine or magic or I don't know what it is. I think it's kind of like if you if you feel like you're an artist and then you go to an art class and you sit down at a desk and this really mean teacher gives you a coloring coloring page in tells you that you have to color inside the lines and if you mess up. They're going to shame you and they're gonNA kick you out. That's how I felt about religion right. I felt like I had a spark I was meant to be like some sort of divine. I don't know and then I went to the religion and it was all about like colored sidelines and then after a while I just lost spark and it took me basically to stop going to art class for a very long time to stop going to places where people pretended to know what faith was getting out of the institution of all of that helped me kind of reconnect to that spark. Certainly I don't know where I am now is that I certainly do not by any stretch of the imagination. Believe that God has to do with Church. I think they're two completely separate things. I don't believe that fake to me is like some allegiance to a set of rules or dogma that people made up millennia ago to control people in yet. Like if the question is like. Is there something my answer is always going to be like yes? I I don't know that's a bell. That's how you feel about right and I'm always interested in kind of how you because when we met you she was definitely Christian by all's stretches. We're driving Hawaii. I can remember the exact place on the road. We were driving and I said. Do you believe in Jesus and she goes. Yeah and I go. There was a man named Jesus. Christ I think we all agree on that. But that he was the son of God and then he came here and she goes. Yeah and I was like okay and for the first time ever I was not like Oh.
"doyle" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Adds that is it. That's what happened in that. Tv room so then. The interesting thing happened which this that was right around when I was deciding what to do with Craig after the infidelity and I have had this interesting ven diagram going on in my life then publicly which I was a suite of a feminist person and a Christian person. That is a weird diagram behalf right so at that point half the people were certain. I should do one thing and half. The people were certain that I should do another thing right at the. That's when I realized there is no right thing to do. Like right is just culturally constructed. Been depending on which group you're right so that's when I started practicing literally going into my closet and sitting in trying to practice finding whatever this freaking knowing thing is that people talked about. And I've been practicing for a long time so I had been practiced trusting with little things and I think once you start practicing trusting your own intuition in your own knowing with small things it becomes unthinkable to not honor it even if the big things. Yeah now so your new book untamed. You start the book with your at this Animal Park and they bring out a cheetah. And you're there with your kids and they also have a golden retriever. There some dog That the cheat has been raised with and the two of them. Chase this silly Pink stuffed animal attached to a jeep and the whole thing ultimately was. You're having very strong. Emotional reaction to watching Sajida live in a construct. That's quite far from what her designed was. And you start putting together these pieces that you like the Cheetah and probably most women are tamed by this Culture. And that you seek to be untamed. I sum that up efficiently. Not Just Women. Everybody just like what you just said. You know the struggle that we have which is that. We are two different things we are born with this individuality and uniqueness and then over time we have to be assimilated into groups. We're signed things your girl. You're adorable era Christian Euro. Whatever your strand. You're you're always categories right and so we want that belonging of having that tribe or that planner that identity but it of course it does start to cage us all of the things that go along with a girl I just remember watching that Cheetah and being like Oh okay so if Cheetah if a wild animal all could be tamed to forget who she is and thinks she's a lab. That should chase dirty pink bunnies all day and certainly a human being can be trained to chase things till they die and forget who they are another animal analogy that for whatever reason really registered with me as I was at the zoo and there was like a zookeeper next to me or something that worked at the zoo and I was watching them. Clean the elephants right and they chain elephants foot to this post in the ground the state so it stays still while they clean it and I said the elephant pull that stake out of the ground. It's like it's ten thousand pounds and the guy goes. Oh Yeah Yeah They. They totally can pull it out of the ground. But they don't know they can because they were hooked to it when they were babies when they couldn't pull it out of the ground and they tried and tried and tried and eventually they stopped trying and then for the rest of their life. They'll never tried to pull it out and I was like. Oh my God this like that for me is is so relevant you know okay and when you said that I just remembered. There's this little zoo down the street and they have this. They're like called little monkey islands. So you get on this little boat and you drive around this thing of water and there's teeny islands where one monkey lives on each island and my daughter said why don't they just like swim to each other. Monkeys not swim and the Super Said. Actually they can. They just don't know they can like they could get to each other it. Just don't they don't know that they can swim. It's so interesting because beyond the lessons. We're learning in this conversation. Which is that. We need to be kinder to animals. it's also that one thing that I feel like I've learned in my marriage with Dax who I do truly believe is the perfect match for me because we are so in opposition about everything and he's constantly challenging me as I feel all the feelings I think feelings are for feeling. I'm I'm completely raw. I'm constantly trying to figure out how not to feel everyone else's pain but he often or at least when he speaks to me comes from a place of the what the sports team was doing for your children which is yet but yet through it. Be a part of this community. There are certain things you can't do at the dinner table like Sob. Whatever article about Syria? You read that day. Use that on your own time right. Now we're going to communicate and it's like I think what I've learned. Is that although I do want to develop all these feel all your feelings parts of Kristen. I'm also really really grateful that he has been tamed. Wouldn't be the word but I guess. Trained MEANS ACT TO BE A part of a team kind of like what the soccer is doing for your kids where you can talk about your feelings all day but you still gotta know how to work within the human race. Which is that. Sometimes we all have to deal with our own shit and we have to sit in the pain and get over it and be a part of the team and work for a common goal absolutely. That's the pattern in our house. To Kristen is like that's really sad and also. What else can we talk about today? Abby says a lot of that stay tuned for more armchair expert dare we are supported by legalzoom legalzoom. I wish I could make a laser beam. Sound pretty good okay thanks. Health and safety is on the top of everyone's mind right now. No matter what happens you WanNa make sure your loved. Ones are protected. That's why legalzoom continues to provide a reliable way for everyone to set up the right estate plan without leaving. Your home starts with finding the answers to your questions. Do you need a last will and testament or living trust? What about an advanced healthcare directive? 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"doyle" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome welcome home to armchair expert on Deck Shepard. I'm sitting next to a very small powerful mouse. That's me the name of Monica Padme. Doing fantastic oh good. Well we have a very wonderful guest today. Glennon Doyle Glennon. Doyle is the author of the Number One New York Times bestseller untamed and love warrior as well as the New York Times bestseller of carry on warrior. She is our mothers and our wives favourite personalized. She is so much so that we asked Chris to come join us for this episode since she pretty much knows. All these books by Har- Yes. She reads them over and over again. So it's a full House today and we hope you enjoy Glennon Doyle. We are supported by best fiends. Oh my goodness has there ever been a better time for best fiends? I think we all need a break now. And then but why not keep your brain active while you relax? That's why Monica and I Love Fun Puzzle Games and specifically best means it's an oasis of fun you can take with you everywhere you go. I don't like slugs you don't know they're the bad guy. Why no but they're also kind of cute. All characters are cute even the ones. I don't like when you need some meat time best. Fiends is a fun escape from the everyday there are thousands of challenges and tons of cute characters to collect along the way. I love this the most because I can play it without Wifi access or cell service generally planet on airplanes in lobbies on. Subways you name it. You can take it anywhere and it keeps my brain active which I absolutely love. It's a unique an exciting puzzle. Experience unlike other puzzle games out there. Best FIENDS UPDATES game monthly with new levels and events so it never gets old. It's hours of fun right at your fingertips and you can even play offline with over one hundred million downloads. In tons of five star reviews. Best fiends is a must play. Download means free on the apple APP store or Google play. That's friends without the our best fiends..
"doyle" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
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"doyle" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Doyle and I'm Jeff the Minsky Hey there's starting to get some attention to an idea that was brought up on our show not that long ago and it has to do with pumping your own gas and it is all tied into coronavirus we will let you know about that in a second I want to I want to mention something about there's both you could say potentially bad news and potentially good news as far as how they're trying to fight this coronavirus mass medically speaking now I always thought that the trial of the clerk win or Hydroxycut work when that president trump has been touting I thought it makes sense if somebody is struggling so much that it looks like that they're not going to make it because at that point who the hell cares if it was not approved for this you know I have done a family member sign off on it if they're willing to take whatever risk I always figured I mean I you know I get what the I get what the medical people were saying that well yeah but we don't want to support you know prescribe something when it hasn't been tested for this but again if if if you're talking about somebody who was on a ventilator and still failing and they're about to die in the next day or two why the hell would you not try right but there are now there are no studies that were actually stopped and this is the end even that does not mean that it was conclusive but here some from USA today a double blind research study of this drug clerk when was found to be so dangerous at high doses that the trial was shut down after six days this is just one trial the study in Cork when conducted in Brazil found one quarter of the patients taking this anti malaria drug developed potentially deadly changes in the electrical system regulating their heart beats and I had heard that that was already a potential but it they were finding that it was widespread and they were thinking it was just going to kill people as likely as coronavirus might kill people and so before they were even through with the clinical trial they just pull the plug on it so jury's still out that does not mean that there are not other trials going on but here's the good news there is something called ram ram Dev server if I'm saying that right you read about this is a drug that they aren't thinking is promising yeah they're saying that the this new drug the patients taking part in this clinical trial the trial have all had a severe respiratory symptoms and fever but they were able to leave the hospital after less than a week of treatment using this that's good it's a really good and again even without one just like the potential bad news jury still out with this is the potential good news but you re still out but they say the best news is that most of our patients have already been discharged the vast majority that were believed that there were being put on this particular drug they reacted really well to it and and in a hurry as well to be awesome that would be freaking wonderful other doctors there's talk about this one trial said that only two of the patients had perished would help to know how many patients do this out of them for him I'm seeing him out but that would be great man great to have some good news with all of this all right there is an idea that was coming from believe it or not gas station owners themselves independent gas station owners were having a problem with the and they still are with having a lot of their workers so worried about catching corona virus because of the close contact with pumping gas and you know they're handing cash back and forth handing the credit cards over talking to people you know within six feet that a lot of them were just dropping out they were just quitting and a lot of these gas stations of also actually heard from customers that they are uncomfortable as well and they were asking permission to pump their own gas and course they can't give it to a legally because you're not supposed to do in New Jersey you have this band for many many many many decades well along comes the idea and sell wrestle Bato who is from the the gas retailers association he's backing this idea but Phil Murphy is not warming up to it yet but this idea is just temporarily left I mean everything else to change just temporarily lift the ban on self serve gas in other words allow temporarily for those who choose to do it to go to a separate island and just pump their own gas if they would feel more comfortable with keeping themselves safe from the spread across the virus and we want to ask what you think about that at one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five I went got gas last night and I don't know if it's because they just don't have as much business or they don't have as many attendance but the gas station where I went to where they usually have four separate islands open only to open and I only saw one attendant I don't know if I can draw a conclusion from that again I don't know if it's because they haven't as seen the number of cars that usually C. or because the attendants are quitting they only have one attended where usually have at least two if not three well there's a big write up on this on NorthJersey dot com and here's one part of it help can't come soon enough for a cashier Gil owner of sixty five gas stations statewide and he helped write a letter to the governor imploring the government to allow this at peak employment he had been listed three hundred and fifty gas attendants across his gas stations within the last month that number has dropped down to only a hundred and fifty most people have left them the majority of gas stations are worse or I should say gas attendants for this guy left it has forced him to cut hours of operation or they will have like you were just describing fewer islands open and why do that to the customer you know that doesn't make sense to me either if you had one person that was you know there if they're having a hard time keeping people anyway that could either pump it when people don't want to pump themselves or be sort of in a supervisory capacity or capacity can't talk today for for those who are trying to figure out how to pump it themselves if they would rather do that why the hell not have that option nobody is saying that by lifting this temporarily nobody's saying it would be across the board all self serve they're simply saying okay that one island over there that's not being used anyway if you would be more comfortable pumping it yourself you ought to be allowed to during this pandemic and I I don't see how that is an outrageous idea whatsoever it is especially if the US use me the other alternative is going to close down pumps and maybe after hours back and and a lot of them aren't I know so if even if you don't like the self serve the fact that more people would be doing self server trip the attendance and they would need fewer of them and you'd be able to get your full serving right so what do you think of this idea would you be in favor of this just on a temporary basis to allow self serve gas during this health crisis one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five Pete from Ewing here on New Jersey one one point five Hey guys are you all right what do you say this is the stupidest idea ever ever sleep one person yes when one person touching the point is enough we don't need hundreds of people touching the palm beach day that's going to spread the virus faster if you need gas also if you don't want to you know get changed get ten twenty Bucks and hang out the window put your window up nobody had any contact its the listen I know you I'm not going to change your opinion but a lot of the customers and a lot of the gas attendants you're you're not wrong about more people touching the puck but but a lot of these on either side of that window simply don't like even that exchange being that close going forward the key player every time somebody uses it yes gloves and a mask properly as it is nobody our dude I see somebody at the store only had the mask covering her mouth and the nose and so exposed I got you so high but that means but but that translates to nobody that's an extreme statement and if you if you want to talk about stupidest thing ever that's rather stupid because clearly doesn't mean nobody's using them right a lot of people are using the right and you know it or not but it is silver Silverado who is behind this idea by the way he was saying that the gas stations if they were allowed to have self serve that they would be required to have a lot of the sanitizing wipes therefore any customers who want to use them and they should use them they should be required to use them wipe down the handle and again you know if if that particular customer would be more comfortable doing it that way I think that would not be necessarily anymore dangerous as long as they're sanitizing and writing that down then it would be to have the closer human contact he we appreciate your call because it doesn't address the whole lack of attendance which I think it's kinda overlooked I mean people get kind of fussy about whether not there can pump their own gas but if there's nobody there to pump it you may be forced into this anyway so why not just accept it we'll see right that's it it's not like that they are fully staffed right now they say that literate okay let let me read another part of this is this is important if if this is a new idea if you have not heard us talk about this a couple weeks back this again this is from NorthJersey dot com in the past month attendance across the states two thousand two hundred stations have quit in droves over fears of contracting the coronavirus from customers forcing some businesses to close shop according to the industry trade group others have shuttered for a week or more after their employees tested positive all while sales have reportedly plummeted because of fewer cars being on the road a lot more have cut have cut back on ours they will maybe have only one in ten instead of three islands are sitting there going on use so again all we're saying is you can still go to the full serve pump and I I also I think if this were to be done it should be is it it should be done with the understanding that the price doesn't change right it should not be any price change whatsoever it should be a safety issue if you're more comfortable doing it yourself so what do you think you think it's a do you think is worth looking after you think I call is right this is the dumbest thing ever one eight hundred two eight three one one point five thirty eighteen New Jersey fast traffic emergency construction still causing delays along route nine on the southbound side coming down from victory circle into Raritan street the right let us close with those emergency repairs so it's gonna be a rough ride this report.
"doyle" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"The Menschen Doyle will have news at the top of the hour right now we're talking about a teacher in trouble for the way he talked about slavery yeah and apparently this is not the first time you know according to the some of this quote from past students this is not a brand new lesson and yet apparently was one kid who complained on social media I know nothing about that kid by the way I don't know if it's a white kid black Hispanic and whatever most of that district is predominantly white I have to assume was plenty white kids that were participating in this and the teacher himself says the entire lesson was to was to show and make you feel not just read but make you really feel how degrading despicable slaves were you know slavery wasn't how slaves were treated and people have a problem with this one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five Michelle from how old your New Jersey one one point five hi how are you okay I think that he should not be disciplined at all I think it's disgraceful that that can happen I don't know how like you had mentioned I don't know how to catch cannot feel which we really we really delay in this day and age I mean it's been so long that kind of the fees since the sixties you know like how are they going to know I mean it's like trying to teach on nine eleven yeah don't even know so how would you like them to teachers to teach if they can't express or do things that they need to do to get that right and I'm not saying they need to go overboard but I mean is the question the somebody of color and the teacher has to be the person to do it for somebody who is going to get that right or I mean why can't just the teachers do their job nowadays it's really hard well who is teaching across the board the art of being a teacher is largely being taken away and here you had a district it's actually encouraging that art by saying you know Hey get more involved get more animated in the classroom and then when the guy does it now it's blown up on him show thanks for your call Scott and hadn't field you're in New Jersey one one point five haven't heard would love to the instructor was a man of color and women it would would make a difference in the war he was white he's white and will make a difference if if you weren't I don't know I mean not to me but maybe to some yeah I mean there were at the white man I don't know did you think I did anything wrong do you think it's almost hypocritical no I I don't but I wonder what it would it if he if he were mail call was not an issue the more acceptable yeah I I I do know what you mean I think it's a fair thing to wonder because you would just the simple he would be assumed and when it's a white teacher doing it you don't automatically assume the sympathy is there and yet I think you've got to go with the people who knew him best as students and the majority of students that are quoted in the patch everybody seems to be saying this guy dis buys racism marking vinyl in your own New Jersey one one point five yes good afternoon gentlemen mark this teacher should be applauded he should not be disciplined in the least I'm a teacher myself of twenty five years also history teacher and the technique seems using are the most up to date ones for getting the kids to to understand and live with the subject yep they're the only thing that he should get is his lesson plans copied and distributed throughout the state so others could do the same thank lesson yeah yes if they could pull it off and it sounds like he pulls it off so well because it sounds like he has the passion behind what he's saying say that so that's the that's the issue ma many teachers don't have that passion because in these charter society of having to not mess with the sensibilities of so many young people that we have to walk literally walk on eggshells to do anything they would like us to make cookie cutter children and well that's probably why I'm retiring I won't do it all right we'll best looking to retirement mark yeah Harry in Toms River you're in New Jersey one one point five gentleman thank you taking my call your last your last call was right on the mark it's disparaging the thanks that but what this fellow did was in any way offensive he tried to take the written word off the page which you can hardly appreciate and make you more visceral I mean let's consider his to motivation is he a white guy saying oh look with us white guys did you black people or is he trying to say look at the injustices and the suffering that we call us on your people the brings these objections I'd love to speak with it was well I mean the one kid said that something's happened and then the parents got excited but I Perry with rubber gets caught thanks for calling New Jersey one a one point.
"doyle" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Doyle and we're talking about elf on the shelf failed actually all Christmas sales yeah any kind of Christmas fail just you know something something went terribly wrong the Christmas tree fell over the reef caught on fire you forgot where you live or where the elf put himself yeah you know what I'm trying to say parents mmhm over yeah you know like how do you explain it to the kid if the elf just didn't move the night before he was supposed to mommy was tired so she didn't remind the L. for anything and did now the elf like he was slacking off on the job what do you do kids upset one eight hundred two eight three one one point five something like does the elf and like slumped over you put on the floor like you've fallen from his perch because he the magic dieters whatever I don't see I don't I don't really know I mean hopefully parents can figure out a way to stop that magic from draining out of the office body and then the dog picks it up in his mouth he could see that there's a chalk outline on the rug Sir patenting me double booked that's why I never thought this damn thing was a good idea it is too much nightly pressure on parents one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five merry in Chatham you're on New Jersey one one point five yeah hi I want and I like it and I have my sister she would be out there and then I didn't think she did it so the next morning I tried to find it and they couldn't they spent about two hours after school trying to find it they couldn't find it and they were getting very upset they were probably thinking like the else well right we'll know what what what happened did you text your sister for the intelligence information of where it went I did I call there and I said you know if you're looking for where did you put the help and she's like oh I put in the liner for greater I'm like I'll come out and they'll look in our online Frederator he's like I thought it was a good hiding place my god my god Tom I after to move it seriously variety that's what kid is going to hopefully if your kid doesn't even realize what that little fridges and Mary isn't it supposed to be that the elf is supposed to move himself like somewhere not may be obvious but still visible like you you shouldn't have to pull out drawers to CM or anything right exactly she's about ten years younger than I am so she didn't he just thought just move many where that would be fine she had no she had no kids I should yeah now if you don't have any kids around feeling kind of it was like yeah kind of full around my sister too and see if she can find out like all right thanks a lot yeah yeah see if some if the elf can survive with no oxygen why refrigerant over over tap into the wire you go health gets all weaker job it's not gonna move himself for four days now all right merry robin long valley you're a New Jersey one one point five a great show log out there thanks rob I'm I'm kinda screwed around Christmas so I let the kids decorate the Christmas tree and we got a new puppy this year so I warn them I said don't put the ornaments too low to the ground so the dog does he no they didn't but the cat decided that this year they're going to knock all the ornaments off of the tray so our Christmas this year is not only the top of our tree now of ornaments because I get home from work every single day and move them up even further so it looks like you've got a tree the MPs yeah because cats they can I'm like dogs I mean they can really leap so you're you're probably have these cats jump in you know three feet off the ground to take out these ornaments and then also the tree is right near a table of sat on the tree and able and help you not swallow smack where you what kind of issues you're what they smack across the room yeah yeah well then the cat will die someday look on the bright side rob thanks for your call Sunday you can have an entirely decker Ripper cancer Taurus for pulling down trees entirely not just you know swipe in ornaments off which by the way if anybody ever had this was almost the what's normal question answered us well happen in my family grown up yeah it turned out we agreed on this at a probably is up and most people if you ever had for whatever reason a Christmas tree topple over all or another good one you know like the Grizz Waltari were a squirrel comes out wildly comes out of it spiders hello any kind of Christmas fail whether it's an elf on the shelf fail or any sort of other Christmas fail that's what we want to hear about one eight hundred two eight three one one point five Larry in Flemington you're in New Jersey one one point five well as I do and I got a real easy one for you a yelp okay your forget the movie elf you blame it on your kids in town they must have been so bad that yelp came back in the same place to get I mean don't you think what else you got to tell is that what you did were you through this already I work with all my son I well what what do you say when he finds the up in the same spot Hey would you go yeah you must have done something bad you better have a better day today okay no no wait a minute I was assuming when you did this I was assuming that you meant that he really had been acting up a bit the night before not a knock on the wall you you probably won't be probably one that cannot be the kid it is going to assume better have a good day tomorrow the man thank you this poor kid may have been on his best behavior of the month that night two of you doesn't know now is filled with self loathing well I would never be worthwhile ever get better than this and dad's is no I won't be for Christmas all right we want to know who's ever had an elf on the shelf or any other type of Christmas fail one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five percent for the news at four thirty the Jersey news from NJ one one five dot com a female pedestrian is dead after being hit by a car last night in Aberdeen Monmouth County prosecutor's office says eighty four year old Daniel horning a par les mis driving a route thirty five near Cliffwood Avenue when he struck thirty five year old Christine bowls of Keansburg just after six thirty no summons was issued the crash remains under investigation influenza started surging last month but so far flu levels of state in the moderate range in New Jersey doctor at live shots of the state health department says it's basically impossible to make predictions about the flu but in this we do feel confident saying we have not yet reached the peak of the flu season it will get worse before it gets better as getting a flu shot will guarantee you won't get the flu but if you do get sick chances are your illness will be as severe as if you might have if you did not get the shot a sub shop in Ewing has agreed to pay a former employee five thousand dollars to resolve allegations she was sexually harassed by the shop owners father and then was fired when she complained about being harassed this 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"doyle" Discussed on The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle
"It's not the camera but the person behind the camera. Oh said the saying goes now. Let's look at this from a different perspective today. Everyone is photographer Tokiwa because all of us have smart size that take days invitees today we can slap an instagram filter on any mediocre fighter suddenly becomes autistic. Today we can take a full k video and extract good qualities deals that can be blowing up to large format prints on this episode will be catching up and chatting to one of the people behind find the camera you just also happens to be a regular contributor to the stop saying my name's Jerry Doyle and this is the practical podcast where we help started founders like you with their marketing efforts for their business hi and welcome to the episode this week. I'm joined Oy by Hugh White House. Who if you've done anything in the Brisbane startup ecosystem you will have a huge videos because he's always the man behind the camera at every the events in behind almost every startup that I've ever met Sir Hugh. Thank you so much for joining us and thank you for taking the time to share some of your wisdom this time verbally audio rather in visually my pleasure my pleasure so Hughes Company we were just discussing would realize I've been pronouncing it as let's try but it's actually the straw them have a name that people can pronounce you just sorta Guy Yeah. It's like branding one. No one gets it right so that it's definitely defined but that's that's the brand but we would just say before we started the brand really doesn't match because actually he's name is the one that everyone knows and if you're in the spice and someone post something something on twitter blinked anime say we need some of the common and film something for us thought up. You can guarantee within five minutes. Someone's going to go. You need to speak to hugh so we're lucky to have him here because he's got a plethora of experience obviously by times of behind the Lens but more importantly for the people listen to this podcast. It's around founders in startups excellent <unk> look on corporate videos. That's great. I can't say it sometimes they don because it needs to be done but startup limited money. They've got limited time so what it is it. What's the brief that a founder often comes to you with when they're saying we need a V._D._I. What are they trying to achieve big assumption. That found is creating briefs. It's just that it's often just that we need a video of something or it's doing event. Can you so a lot of live video work. We do especially around the setup space especially when we're working so we work with multiple stakeholders whether they be accelerators. Would they be organizations a high lines various start ups with feticide also to stuff right but when we actually one on one or one great with founders and Nice to say look we need a V._D._i. The I because we're we've done something and I'll use in codex is a great example right an codex. They got investment from <hes> they've had had some extra investment. I think putting by transition level they would just kick and goals and they're a great little crew and they came to us and said look. We need a video to sort of explain. What we we actually do because all the rest of the stuff in a general marketing is oh. It's further down the line for the conversation of what you'd expect. It's not the jumping off point like this is your introduction and so we got together. We made them beautiful. Little intro video got the whole team together. We shut it part of it in the precinct part of it out of the port of Brisbane and all this stuff and so that's the pace that for not someone's never heard them before and someone at Murmansk says all look. We have this crew of guys Australia. Elliot got this product and go ducks. That's what we're using and someone goes well. Who the hell is in Kodock's in what I do the video we created onces that question. It's the I it's the introduction it demonstrates it visually verbally with some graphics and it's good if not polished feel to it so they like okay so yeah there were they were company. You know you sort of say like coporate has money startup doesn't but there is a bit of a difference there a lot of the time we find that the start up stuff stuff depending on what the idea is or depending on what the executable is start ups wants to push into that sort of mid corporate space space because the idea of a startup is it should be bigger than just you and you might do in the thing we are business. You can acquire customers. You can go global from day one so you need. There's a sort of base line in the sand. You can draw you say. We need our assets to go above that line and that's what we do. That's ninety percent. The work we do is just pushing stops above that lawn. Yeah and I think you know for me. One of the great things about the videos when I say you should is that the human element and because two things about one is when you know particularly start ups are often trapped behind a social media profile or website you don't get to see the human element of it as much so. I you know I love the way you bring that forward but the risk of that and where everyone gets nervous when it comes to video is going to look really crap you know yeah but I want to look good while doing that's. It's because on the sacred about me. Is that a big sentimentalist. I mean if you look at you've pulled it out. Perfectly is that it's it's evident in pretty much all of this stuff up videos. We've made for anyone and everyone is. They're all in a way. They're little almost formulaic instead. I put a lot with the I._N._S. Of the storytelling of the character back on the Fantas 'cause I like vendors. I think found his are interesting and he's a secret. I will interview founders all day long. You put me in a coporate shoot with some stuffy fifty year old white dudes. I have a hard time pulling good content ahead of them. I did not have a hard time pulling good content defendants because founders WANNA talk. They want to tell you about their journey. I WanNa tell you about their product. They want to tell you about Avella Dacian. Their insights founders he usually excitable as long as you can keep that excitability up as long as you can keep that interest up the view a will engage with that content. Don't people will watch that and go yeah. Yeah okay like I get it yeah. I see what you're doing. You're excited. I'm excited and I'm guessing that's part of the trick right so I mean there's a technical side of it and obviously you've got technical skills and that's the that's part of it so you can take shoot a good <hes> good video but getting that post relaxed behind the camera getting them being real talking about that passionate must be that's the technique getting them forget about the camera but I'm guessing that's the difference between what's technically what's actually engaging video yeah a A._m. And this is that's one of the areas where I find you can really tell so. I work with a couple of guys that I work with a lot all the time. They're all different. Skill levels <unk> will come from different backgrounds but to the regents like my two. I say he's a BEMIS refugee. I've been working with him now for a good couple years trying to kill him up and there's an exercise this is we do so. I will take pots of production process and just palm enough to regent. We explain what we're doing says hey look this is you've got to try and get the performance out of the person awesome and you direct them. You talk to him. You stand next to the camera. You engage you. Not you smile you. Ask the questions and it's something that hey when we first started. He really really struggled old with but over the course of a couple dozen sort of interviews. He got much better at and the beauty of that. Is that something that you can practiced and I'm I'm speaking directly to you the listener this is actually something you can practice. You know you can practice being yourself being natural not not giving a forced or not giving an answer that you think the person wants to hear because there's a time and a place for that if you WanNa do that do something simple short concise. That's just straight. Bam Message Easy but if you're in an interview situation have some character relax a little bit smile laugh swear. I don't don't care everything's GonNa get it anyway but have some fun with it. It's the fun that comes across yeah and you know it's that gets back to that. I Guess Adage that you know we buy from people we sort of buy from brands so personality across you more likely to engage. That person seems like there's some personality analogy that I care about what it is. I'm more likely to go in and buy with my eyesight Brian. I learned about Las Vegas podcast. It's it's hot in front of the Brian. You know we're not often rational facings so we're bringing. Those people forward makes no sense. You know that's obviously one of the big things bring the human aspect. Bring the passion forward in the video other other objectives that you try to achieve with these videos we start ups other than the human out of it or is it really just sort of sand around that one aspect now so I will i. I will always make people look good. That's that's that's. That's when you so much business. It's like yeah we can do all that make you look good yeah and I'll make you sound smart smart and it's part of it so I wanted to. I could ruin most of the businesses in the setup ecosystem in Brisbane budgets releasing blooper reels but I never wood rot. Let's not veiled threat. My birthday is not coming up soon so don't start sending me whiskey. That's just one of those things if you if you had a nefarious fairies intent and behind the camera God you could do some damage you really could but if you're out to be pro-socialist if you're building if you're supporter well then you look at it and you go look. I'm GONNA give you a couple cracks. I'm GONNA work with you to get your answer to get you wooding to get you relaxed to get you to deliver deliver something because at the end of the day if we go into the technical things for a second. I don't want to shoot half an hour video something that's going to be on screen for fifteen twenty seconds and I don't have the storage capacity for causing that would be a nightmare God. I want to try and keep my shooting. Ratio is as tight.
"doyle" Discussed on The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle
"When you've worked on the digital presence, famous artists like Taylor, swift, and reenter, you get a real sense of what's required to grow and BUSTER, a substantial social following. That's exactly what Brendan came was able to do not just for the famous artists, but also for himself as he grew one million following on Facebook. My name is Jarod Doyle, and this gets a Franko podcast Brian to experts from around the world to help startup founders, like you drive your business forward..