35 Burst results for "EP"

Special Education and Parent Communication

TCEA's Ed Tech Club Podcast

02:15 min | 8 hrs ago

Special Education and Parent Communication

"My name is nadia domestic level. And i am a reporter for a surge which is a nonprofit museum back covers how education is changing and one of the things that's changing education is how widely used knowledge I don't think i have to go too much into that. I think anyone familiar. Resume living under a rock For the past sixteen or so months As seen the role technologies had in the way educations changing but that was a forced kind of change And as we begin to move into a reopen world there are lessons. People are gonna take from this time especially when it comes to technology now earlier. This month You wrote a piece for surge. Wanna make sure title right Technology made special education errands better advocates during the pandemic interesting headline And so give us the the basics on this what What were the changes happening for parents. Who special ed students that you saw when you started ordered story well previously For ed surge back in the fall. I reported Related story on how covid nineteen was impacting students with visual impairments and the challenges that they were having accessing education band accommodation and so one of the things that are researcher. I spoke to for that story. From the c- the american foundation for the blind told me that Because students were learning from home the parents began to have a much bigger role just in their kind of day to day Learning the day to day activities that had to be there to offer support

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All About the Thylacine

Your Brain on Facts

02:04 min | 2 d ago

All About the Thylacine

"The thylacine one only two marsupials known to have a pouch for both sexes. The other species which is still with us is the water possum. From central and south america the pouch of the mail file seen served as a protective sheath for their genitals making them sort of internal external genitals roughly two thousand years ago the pouched predator behind to disappear from papua new guinea and australia perhaps due to competition from the dingo the dingo is considered to be the first introduced species sienna though. No one's quite sure who introduce them. Among the front runners are indian mariners. Who may have traveled to australia. The seafaring lupita people who spread eastward into the pacific from east asia or traders from t- more and taiwan who sailed through southeast asia. The dingo began out competing. The thylacine centuries before european settlement at which point there were around five thousand of them left. Things got markedly worse for the tigers. In tasmania after sheep were introduced in eighteen twenty four. The european settlers took a dim view to native animals eating the livestock. They'd introduced into the predators environment within a few years cash. Bounties were offered to encourage people to hunt them despite contemporary evidence that stray dogs and poor ranch management were killing most of the sheep. Nope gotta be these animals. We didn't ask for to the bounty hunting. The combo punch of extensive habitat destruction and invasive diseases like mange and the population diminished rapidly. The last living thylacine was captured in the wild in nineteen thirty three before being taken to the bowmer assu also known as the hobart zoo the remains of which you can skulk through today if you're into urban exploring and don't mind the risk of being arrested for trespassing

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Three Degrees of Separation From Neil Fallon With Rockie Brockway

The Social-Engineer Podcast

02:05 min | 2 d ago

Three Degrees of Separation From Neil Fallon With Rockie Brockway

"We are here with the most patient guests on the planet earth because we had some technical difficulties morning. Rockie brockway is currently the practice lead for the office of the cfo. Wow that sounds like really formal. And i'm gonna say trusted sec. Which just makes me think of dave and formal in dave. Don't go together but this learn more about that. Twenty eight years of experience and information security business risk rocky you specialize in business risk analysis in the inherent relationships between data assets adversaries and the organization's brand value you provide strategic and tactical advisory services for trusted set clients assisting them in maturing their organization security programs so first of all thank you so much for being here and being patient thank you. It's a pleasure to be on podcast. I'm excited actually to learn a little more about first of all this title even means the practice lead for the office of the cfo for trusted sec. Because that's not something i've heard before. So what is what. Does that even mean church. So so at trust the sec. My role and my team You know really is working close with organizations in kind of that virtual chief information security officer just from an activity perspective Helping organizations further mature their security programs really taking a look at how organizations can better align the the protection of important stuff Really with the business right. So there's so much that from a from an organic security program growth perspective that doesn't know inherently are naturally aligned with you know what the business is actually trying to accomplish. Security tends to be kind of a bubble over here for many organizations and so we we try to break down those barriers help. Organizations help really help organizations at our align all those activities around protecting the important things with the with business need in an requirements.

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Margaret Cho's Self-Care Ritual: Skincare and Walking

Forever35

01:35 min | 2 d ago

Margaret Cho's Self-Care Ritual: Skincare and Walking

"Start almost every episode by asking our guests about a daily self care ritual. That is important in their lives So we wanted to start there and see if you have anything to share something that you do on a regular basis that and helps you get through the day or the week Well i have a few things. There's like a a do like a two hour walk with this little nugget child. That's actually been probably the most helpful because usually during the walk. I listen to podcasts. Or books and music catch up on kind of stuff so i'm just sort of like not doing anything but exercising her exercising myself and just breathing leaving. Go in the rain when it rains like retook two or three times a year here but i mean it's really important part the other part is i do Microcurrent skincare with a zip and a new face. Why don't use the jails that day. That are branded. I use aloe vera sometimes. Use a koito. Silver dressing like a burden dressing like burn south but So those are the things that i should have given makeup pretty much for the time being so i just do. Skincare and walking. I mean that sounds. That sounds like a perfect

Searching for Akerns

Bear Grease

00:58 sec | 2 d ago

Searching for Akerns

"Before you get to indoctrinated i want you to take a second note the way that you pronounce. The words spelled a. c. o. r. n. Say it out loud and remember it. It means something. I've always been interested in aikman's i've looked for them relentlessly since i was a boy. It wasn't until i was an adult. I realized there was national attention about the way the word was pronounced. I've been in the arena so to speak on this debate for some time. Imagine it's kind of like being born into a war. You didn't know you were fighting. Maybe you or even the one instigating but you didn't know why acres porn it. I've always felt this. We're going to discuss the puzzle. Piece they play in acquiring wild meat specifically for white tailed deer. But i think will find other reasons why they're

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Uncovering the Story of the Online Serial Predator "Antisense"

Unraveled: A Long Island Serial Killer

01:48 min | 2 d ago

Uncovering the Story of the Online Serial Predator "Antisense"

"The cyber world is the latest frontier of human interaction. But for all the good at his brought it remains dangerous territory revengeful personalities an unstable mines have the ability at their fingertips to toy with people's lives to the point where they're victims have no place to hide in no laws to protect them. We've got a small taste of this ourselves a few years ago during our early days of podcast hosting for brief period i was stocked online by a stranger and it was scary. I'll give some details on that later. But made billion curious about the dark and even deadly world of cyber stalking. We wanted to export deeper over this past year. Alexis and i have spoken with dozens of victims of cybercrimes along with the professionals who investigated these cases pursued these offenders we encountered horrific stories of lives upended disturbing tales of extortion and psychological terror an unbelievable cases that ended in murder. And we uncover the granddaddy of them. All the predator. Who not only targeted vanessa. V but of fifty other victims over the better part of four decades. I decided to tell a story because every male friend. I talked to told me not to do it. They said i should stop investigating and stop inserting myself into this world. People are scared of these criminals and not enough people are speaking out because of it. And i'm telling the story because having now investigated it. I came to realize that you'd rather face a guy in an alley with a knife than an online predator with a keyboard. You know you might get hurt in the knife fight. At least you'd have a fighting chance against the cybercriminals you're fighting with hands tied behind your back.

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How to Build a Personal Brand

Brands On Brands On Brands

02:02 min | 2 d ago

How to Build a Personal Brand

"What is personal. Branding so personal brandy. Let's set the definition here first before we get started for me. Personal branding is really all about reputation. Your reputation defines how people see you approach shoe and eventually want to do business with you. Your personal brand is how you represent yourself to the world so as an example if you are starting a business or you're thinking about starting a business or you want to be a coach or a mentor or provide some kind of service where your reputation is the basis for the service and drives a success of the service. You're gonna wanna make sure that you are doing a few things. You're gonna wanna make sure that you are positioned in the market in other words. That people know what you do how you do it. And if you're good at it or not you're also going to want to be able to explain to people why you're different and what it is that makes them right for your service and you write for them in terms of helping them right so this is all about figuring out who you are. So when i get people started in terms of their personal branding journey first question to ask is. How do you want to help people. What are you looking to offer. And i think it's a simple question but it's one that a lot of people struggle with right off the bat because they know what they've done in the past. A lot of people are experts in something because they did a job for many many years. There's a good book on this. Called the e myth which is about Not not online ebay. Like as in entrepreneurship myth and the book is really about. You know talking about how when you leave something like a corporate job a you're you're a technician specialists something and then you switch to wanting to be an entrepreneur. You aren't prepared for that.

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The Demand for Waterless Beauty Products Is Rising

Fat Mascara

01:17 min | 3 d ago

The Demand for Waterless Beauty Products Is Rising

"Demand for waterless beauty products is rising future market insights released a recent study day say sales of waterless. Cosmetics are expected to rise thirteen percent in the next decade. So if everybody remembers we've been reporting on these types of products on fat mascara remember. I did that whole on shampoo bars. Yep well. I had a listener. Email me with submission to add to our view. Because i said i didn't like any of the waterless conditioners. She has tried tons of them. She has her name's page. She has dry three. A hair doesn't even have to wash wash every four days. This is a woman with leo curley dry hair and she found conditioner bars at work. So i wanted to add this in to help boost sales of these products. Because we know they're better for the environment she likes professor fuzz worthy. Honey soak conditioner bar. Do you love it. that's quite a name. She says for a thinner hair a little goes a long way but for her with her thick dry hair. A lot goes a long way. And it's the best condition she's ever used. And that's like full stop of all conditioners and it's a bar people waterless and then the other one she likes is lushes american cream condition. Oh that's nice. I've tried that one i like. Yeah yeah yeah. So as sales these products rise. And we're all doing our best for the environment. Those are two waterless conditioners to consider

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Crystal Loverro Is in a Constant State of Healing

Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

02:11 min | 3 d ago

Crystal Loverro Is in a Constant State of Healing

"So i'm very pleased to welcome on the program today crystal vero and i'm going to hand it over to crystal with the typical open ended question. Who exactly is crystal aveiro. I think you saw for having me market so pleasure to be here So who am i. Let's say well. I am an actor. A model of producer martial artist acting is my first and most passionate love in terms of what i consider myself and what i do. I grew up in binghamton new york. Which is upstate our south of syracuse. For those weren't super familiar with new york city so i started my career In college in psychology. That's why like super excited to be here because psychology is also huge huge. Love of mine sweitzer. Before i decided chase my dreams an actor so Yeah i got i. I went to courtland It's also in upstate. New york kind of a small town. Not a lot of people know about. But i there for year For psychology and then i transferred to binghamton university. Which is from my hometown on. And i switched over to neuro science. And i ended up graduating with a bachelor's of science and neuroscience. While i was there i did a lot of research on parkinson's disease. Actually the shirt. I'm wearing worked for the podcast. It's big brain. I got it from science twenty-six teen which is awesome neuroscience convention We were in san diego so after i graduated My thoughts words to go to med school to either be neurologist or cardiology list but you know as much as i love medicine and i was an emt and loved. The i loved the field. I didn't find myself very fulfilled. Feel like it was what i was destined to do

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Volcanos With Benefits: Lava Tubes, Hydro Thermal Vents & More

Astronomy Cast

02:40 min | 4 d ago

Volcanos With Benefits: Lava Tubes, Hydro Thermal Vents & More

"The thing that volcanoes good for is to entertain you as they destroy vast landscapes on earth. Aside from that what are the good for. Oh let me count the ways. Now i do want to say. I don't like it when the volcanoes take people and buildings out while i was amused to see. Fisher's opening up people's backyards. It was amused in a. I really hope they have good insurance kind of way. So i'm a fan of like the power of our planet's geology of humanity. Oh just be clear. You're not a super villain you're merely fan of the marvels of nature. Okay exactly so so. Volcanoes iceland is really the place to look to find some of the coolest examples of what they can do. first of all they just add land. The nation of iceland is straddling the mid atlantic rift. It is getting torn in half. It is also on top of hotspot and over the millennia as the island nation gets torn in half. You don't actually see a gap forming because all the volkan ism. There is just filling it in now. The other side of this is there are islands all around the world at hawaiian islands or one of the most noticeable where you have a chain of islands that on one end is all dead volcanoes. That are well weathered over time and a great place to go live and then you have as you move down the chain you have younger younger islands that are more and more mountainous more and more active and these islands which are still growing for the active ones have amazing land to farm and if you want a nation to grow well. This is a different way to do it right. I mean a lot of the volcanic islands like the hawaiians that you mentioned even just across the pacific. There's tons of these of these islands. They provide stopping off point for birds. That are migrating various creatures and as you said the land around a volcano is incredibly fertile. We've known this. Back since the greeks and the romans keep settling on mount edna right

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4 Pillars to Create Financial Freedom With Eric Ortiz

The Super Human Life

02:28 min | 4 d ago

4 Pillars to Create Financial Freedom With Eric Ortiz

"Eric brother. Welcome to the superman. Life banks by the yemen. I'm a. I'm really fired up to date. It's a conversation. I've really been looking forward to to happen for a while. I think it's something we talk about. You know we talk about making money on the show. Ally interviewed a lot of successful entrepreneurs. I talk about the five ass of building a superman life in finance really being right there in the dead middle so i'm real excited to get in today and really talk about how people can create financial freedom and what to do with your money wants to start making it so as those are watching on youtube could see. I took this conversation a little bit serious. I got dressed up for today. Rocking the rocking the unarmed polo. Where we're ready man. I think where. I want to start though and this is a question that thousands of people are sitting on the edge of their seat to get the answer to this keeping. You've been professional athlete. You played a couple of years in the nfl. You had a little stint here with the tampa bay storm. You know obviously playing linebacker in college. You've been around incredible athletes your entire life. My first question. Eric is what is it like being teammates with frank rich. And what is your greatest memory of our championship winning softball sees okay man. I is a novel question. I'm so glad you asked that First of all I team to the great frank. Rich was blessing You know he brought it in the muscle brought in the four of clean up their position and Mad at first the first season we played a you remember that man what our team was great but we could have some improvements during the offseason. We recruited We got some good athletes on our team and the second is last following season man in return and it was a phenomenal phenomenal season. You had a couple of home runs. I let off the probably one the biggest lead off. Henry's out there willing mobile team. That rela only lost two games in the regular season in two years way back and those two did they lost was to own squad baby so it was awesome man it was It was a great time to develop relationship and and to learn from whether they do. And how you impact people all across the world brother

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Tokenisation of Assets and Potential Implications for Financial Markets

Insureblocks

01:37 min | 5 d ago

Tokenisation of Assets and Potential Implications for Financial Markets

"Iota. Welcome to injure blogs. Could you please give our listeners. A quick introduction on yourself. Hey thank you very much for the invited. Sa- great pleasure to be here today and to participate to the ensure block series of discussions. I do hope today's is an interesting one and then informative one for your listeners. And let me just also mentioned that i i personally admire your rebalance airs project and i find it an extremely worthwhile and timely project so kudos for that in terms of my personal background. I've started my career as an investment banker. in london. i worked for the desk of merrill lynch for my analyst years and citigroup for my associate years and then i switched to the policy space and joined the oecd where spent the past almost nine years now working for the committee on financial markets Over the past couple of years of the committee has set up a working level group on an informal setting. it's the expert group on financial digitalization and comprises representatives of central banks finance ministries treasuries and other financial authorities or varsity eight always de members. And this group looks into fintech related matters in financial markets and their policy implications including the area of blockchain in finance. So this is a bit of my background and let me just also give the usual disclaimer. That's of i express here. Today are my own views.

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Rapid Changes in Slow-Growing Ecosystems

In Defense of Plants Podcast

02:09 min | 5 d ago

Rapid Changes in Slow-Growing Ecosystems

"All right. Dr brian bouma. Thank you so much. For coming on the podcast. It's an honor to have you here. But first let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is. You do short. So i am a plan to disturbance ecologist in particular so i studied things like Communities respond to disturbances like fires in wind and in particular how the edges of those things respond so my interest is in climate adaptation in one important aspect of that is the migration movement of species in response to climate change and things like disturbances and worming ends disasters. Give opportunity for that. So i tend to seek out areas of recent wildfires or windstorms or landslides and then look at how. The community is responding changing right on. Yeah i mean. Unfortunately you read the news. There's no shortage of that and a lot of ways but it also gives you know colleges like yourself a lot of opportunities to understand these dynamics but what brought you to this in the first place i mean. Were you always a plant person or do you just enjoy ecology and understanding the distribution of species. You know where did this all start for you. I was always in exploration person. I always liked wandering around in the woods. I grew up in the northwest northeast. Seattle couple hours north of seattle and spent most of my childhood wandering around the woods. Nice i always found it interesting to figure out what's wearing why maps always fascinated me and so it was a natural jump distributions of species being out in the wilderness in thinking. Well why is a species here and why is it not over there and it's a it's a natural jump into where things are geography and then my interest in forests Because i grew up in biggles forest led me to actually to disturbances because forests are fairly slow. Fairly slow moving on human time scales in many ways. It may respects up until they're not until you have his disturbed and so those quick sort of catalysts for change became an interesting target of investigation because a lot of stuff happens in a very short period of time even in a forest which has trees thousand

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Climbing the Charts with Omar Esa

TMV Podcast

03:04 min | 5 d ago

Climbing the Charts with Omar Esa

"Salama example. Hating haydn. I feel like with ramadan recordings and this was going to go after the holy month. That people are going to be back up today. Usual kind of energy levels. But it's a bit draining and we're coming to discussing becomes at the end of the month exactly Time has flown. But for me at least like my my my mental capacity times inability to like get the words out find difficult. It's difficult. I'll go on office at home. So i'm trying to do work and i just get so lazy. Yeah and i wanna scientists literally start you literally falling to see more when you. I don't know why that is recommended. Actors all right even even seafood about one hundred eighty nine. We'll we'll take again. I'm in terms of the context of this conversation. I think there's there's a lot of different things we can talk about But i for me. The most significant thing that people might have seen very recently. Is that your most recent album. Yep or did all you'll be very well on launch and and made it to the the fourth spot on the june charts and not like the issue chance now. I like the the everything charge. I remember it was around the time that diem. Mx had passed away. And i remember when i was looking like the mx his greatest hits because normally when someone dies yeah they greatest hits to number one exactly but it was all maurice number four and then the mx his number five. What what did you do. How did this happen. I'm answering one of other things. I'd is that it's a vocal only album as well off of your tracks of oklahoma. So it's i guess very different from from everything else in the in the chart. What the hell happened. you know. it's all thanks. Are less panel. Darla actually peaked at number three hundred so what it did was that. I don't know to be honest. You microlight our. I don't have a an independent recording is so there's not many But has no report labels for vocal only the sheet artists and i. She's vocals anyway literally just my vocals and it was. It was crazy. Like i remember having a chat on the on the phone. You you said to me that happened. I what was like a Now there's no campaign it's put out. I've been working on it for two years the album. It's my best body of work. So i was confident in it. You know In the body of work. And i remember it was friday and it hit the number one spot on the choose chart and then in the evening call from a friend and he goes know your number fully on the main char and what so when and i went wrong number four you there and then it just brought his kept growing from there. It's a video lope asking people to support me and people on the you know the the brothers and sisters Came together support me and yeah it was a it was. It was

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Danielle Harris: What if You Knew Your Death Day?

Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

01:52 min | Last week

Danielle Harris: What if You Knew Your Death Day?

"Who exactly is danielle harris. Wow that's a loaded question It depends on the day. i guess I'm a mother. First and foremost am an actress. I am a wife. I am a little bit of everything i always say. I don't know about one thing in its entirety. But i know a little bit about everything or at least i like to think so. I'm curious i am gosh. I am figuring out as i go with. That was the perfect answer danielle. And but you give me so many questions. I want to ask as a follow up there. Okay so when you say you know a little bit about everything you can delve into things. Where does that motivation come from. Why is that important to you. You know i. I don't have a lot of fear when it comes to trying new things depending on what it is. Of course i think of my whole childhood was sort of controlled and regulated. So as i got older and a much quicker to be like i wanna go get an rv and go camping. I've never been before but let's go do it. I wanna travel there. I wanna hop on a plane and go to. I wanna just a bit more freedom Because i didn't have that growing up. So i can't i can't believe it. I was raised by wolves. Like who i am today. Verse and what. I liked to do and things that are interesting to me are are not something that i was brought up with. That's for sure. Like i don't think my family. My mom hasn't been on a plane in six years. I could never imagine how di di eye coordination was death for me. I mean they need to be able to experience and explore and see new things. And i can't imagine living life without having those things available

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Skinfix Resurface+ AHA Renewing Body Cream: Worth the Buy?

Forever35

02:05 min | Last week

Skinfix Resurface+ AHA Renewing Body Cream: Worth the Buy?

"Here's the deal. I am really liking. the skin. fixed resurface plus ha renewing body cream a long product title. It's a mouthful. They really wanted to jam everything in there. They were like we just call it the renewing body cream. Make sure everyone knows it has. Aj well wait. What about the resurfacing. Put that into a week. But we have to say plus has to be plus. Wow i don't know a strongly about you. Have some notes on the name of the product. What i'm just saying. It's a mouthful okay as long. It is a lot to remember. Like if i go into a store. I i'm going to be like i want that. Skin fix body stuff looking to remember resurfaced plus ha renewing body cream. Okay skin fixed. Take note dory's thoughts. What and i say this with love. Because i really love the product yet. You know this has become a favourite brand of mine in the last year. I've found their face cream in it. Like their triple lipid face cream and it changed everything for me. Changed the game to be very Focused like they don't they don't have like a million products in their product line You know what i mean like. They're very focused. It's kind of no frills. It's not super cheap. But it's not exorbitant. Kind of like a mid a mid range safaris brand. If you will now. I will say that this particular resurface plus ha renewing body. Cream is a little bit more than i would normally spend on a body cream. It's forty five dollars for a ten ounce jar and that price does give me pause but here's the thing as we have discussed recently. I believe you brought this up. Why do we not want to spend as much on our bodies as we do on our

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What Does 'Clean Beauty' Mean to Victoria Beckham?

Fat Mascara

02:20 min | Last week

What Does 'Clean Beauty' Mean to Victoria Beckham?

"A lot of conversation. I don't think i'm telling you you of anything. New about clean what that means because it is very malleable in the industry. What does it mean to victoria beckham when myself and sarah decided to do this runaway brainstorming. Why do we wanna do this. Why don't we want to do this with one of the giants in It was because claim was very important and when we were discussing it when i was trying to educate myself you know is a real gray area. I of the new york. I was walking around the department stores and the iras approaching the people that was a different makeup just announced. Just like my. Yeah exactly yeah touchy just trying to do a little bit of base you know coming up to the different counters. You must have been some day for the the people while. It was very interesting when i was asking. You know about what ingredients are in different products. People didn't really know doom a lot of time and a lot of research to really get my head around a Around that subject. And i was putting lots of really nasty stuff on my face. I'm i didn't realize to be honest with you. And so then. I realized that we already onto something very interesting. And the challenge for the development team was held. We create the ultimate in luxury beautiful formulas products that really work on products. Perform foreman do what we need. had we had we create that without compromising but taking out these dangerous products. Yeah taking out taking up things that are not great for you and and to be clear. The fda bans only about eleven ingredients and in the eu. The inky legislation bans about eighteen. Hundred right round. So it's a very different set of standards that were dealing with so in the us. The idea of clean is quite a bit more Resonance and unnecessary than it actually is in the

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Why Is Video Podcasting Important?

Brands On Brands On Brands

02:10 min | Last month

Why Is Video Podcasting Important?

"Hey what's up. Everyone welcome to brands on brands. Today we're talking about video podcasting. Thanks for tuning. in noah. Got me going about this episode. Was i thought we don't talk about video enough in the podcasts base. So i actually have a three part series. This is part one. Today's going to be about why we should be using video in podcasting. Why video podcasting is important. And then the next couple episodes will get into more of how to do it. The equipment and the setup and all that stuff but i would start with the like why this is important and and those types of topics but first and foremost brandenburg. Meyer your personal branding coach. I appreciate you guys tuning in each week as we bring you thought leadership especially in the personal branding and marketing space and podcasting specifically as well. Because you guys know that. I'm a big fan of podcasting. I think it's the best and fastest way to help you find your voice. Use your voice and build a brand around the business of you but video podcasting. So that's the topic for today. The reason this close to my heart is. I think for a lot of us. Video could be the goal that could be the final destination but many of us didn't start there because it's intimidating it's difficult. There's a lot of setup involved not only with having to figure out how to look at a camera how to talk to people through a lens and get confident with how you look and how you present yourself on camera but also just the idea of all the setup and technology required to get that done now. obviously when i get through how to set it up. There's easy ways to do this. But i understand barriers understand why that would slow people down. I know when i started. I tried video. I tried blogging. I tried podcasting. Podcasting stuck with me as the one that was easiest for me to be confident every day turning on sitting down and quickly recording something. So i get that i get why you are a podcast. I did not a youtuber. I trust me. However i think that there are a few reasons. We'll go over today. Wipe video should be a part of your podcasting plan from day one

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"ep" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

04:16 min | 5 months ago

"ep" Discussed on No Jumper

"Said. Y'all kicked him. What was it like kicking maneuvers. Outside this week. People walking out on your. What does the f. stand for. The fbi was playing so they ain't got lots of new music dropped this week on. Actually no actually. No music dropped this week on a pause. Music is still on a pause chilin which is really weird because side damn whether we're on the twentieth that'd be kicking back up hopefully labels dining. I need some new music. Jeep rico. Dropped project last week Called free a new project is dropping this week so he's going to continue the flood like he like. You promised When's the next no foreign project we would expect for music videos lined up. I got like if i wanted to put an ep together. This is what i like. I like everyone always has was was holding you back like about but i have to really get out of the situations i was in because they were holding me back and so i've been recording recording. I you know. I just was trying to actually find. I must sound again. I was like 'cause remixes i blew my sound like i've been dropping music but he that person is like flagging my videos off youtube in august channels like is just because it's records that are recorded during a time is not because the person paid for anything the producers okay. Everything is just he's just being spiteful. You like i have i. I'm dropping like my next single was called shake that i'm dropping out. I have Videos lined up. This is more of like just trying to figure out. I was like this is my first ep that i'm going to put out so i'm like i don't wanna just rush in and just like put it up. I'm like okay like okay. We all fuck wooded not up. I've been you know. Feel the records in a club. They fuck with it so it was just like it's coming soon for a fact i don't have a set day but do single probably two singles or whatever like two videos before my peak it comes out for sure. And what can like what kind of music i guess. Do you make for people who have never heard it before. Because i feel like i. I people were kind of tagging you as like. Oh this is the next west coast cardi b. and like i felt like that was like a thing I feel like that was a thing where people were like. Oh like no foreign is like the new car based comparison. You've always been mad at. I'm not mad. I love cardi b. And i love to be because of her story is world like it's not like is similar same thing but it was just crazy because they're like like every time i dropped something in and now i you sound just like megan astounded like. But they're just going off with the people that are popping exactly you know because l. Be real name one bitch and latest really doing what i'm doing now i don't think has any any can you. I'll do the crooked crooked is it was more of a so because we have a similar story. She's probably i think she'd like two years older than me. I don't know. I actually think is though because i get shocked every time i hear as i'm like she's not that much older than me. It was more. Like i guess she's like like you know the culture Strip club and by but And she was popular before like before before that to the as being similar to each other. But it's just the difference that so when people were asked me that i'm i'm west coast the already gives you an answer. We you You just had a conversation on live with Hit mcgary and he was also comparing you to other females chain your guard like i hope you like employee of the year or something because roll back shit is crazy journalism one on one tape mad at people really.

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"ep" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

06:00 min | 8 months ago

"ep" Discussed on Talking Lion

"You have to learn how to you know, like you have to learn and get perspective on how you want to approach that cuz you can't just stab it a bunch of times and see how it goes, you know, and so you gotta be surgical about it and I feel like you know, I'm still writing about relationships that I'm I'm over but I'm writing about them because there are still parts of those relationships that have stuck with me that had an opportunity to exercise our Express right and maybe they're not healed yet for that reason because maybe you don't see, you know, you're missing or you're still not ready to see a reality in it or something years. That was that's huge for me is I tend to I'm someone who like we'll run into a wall like ten times before learning like truly. I really like I learn things the hard way and I like em, almost grateful for it because there hasn't been a time yet where things have gone horribly wrong, and I haven't learned something wonderful from it. But at that same point, yeah, I totally get that like dead. I don't know. I've done the same thing wrong in relationships many times and I haven't been totally ready to look at what I'm doing wrong and I'm actually working on an EP now. That's like kind of just this whole big metaphor or all this shit. I tried to be growing up that didn't work for me. And even though I'm still not ready to fully look at it right now, like I'm trying to and the songs might be shit low-key because I I don't know if I'm ready to say it yet. I think this is one of my first attempts at saying what I'm trying to say. Well that's what was eye-opening about doing different plans was like even though the songs there were often times like maybe a year or two years. Three years between when all them were written, right like seeing them all together and then this sort of bird's-eye view was like, oh my god. I've been trying to write the same. I've been trying to write about the same thing which was recognizing repeating mistakes, you know, trying to recognize like, oh I've done the same thing over and over again and I still think I'm doing it right like I'm still think I'm right and it's that was an interesting thing to sort of em, come to dude, isn't it fun? Yeah realize ourselves all the time. Yeah, you know, like if if it wasn't I mean I feel like I like the reason it's our profession. It's like chicken chicken and egg thing. The reason it's our profession is we would do it anyway, but like God, I feel like I would sleep better if I didn't have to constantly diving, you know, every fucking day about why would I think I would sleep less if I didn't do that all the time. Yeah, that's fair. That's fair all the ghosts, you know, but is there a line in ocean that resonates with you? Yeah. I want to say like congrats on the EP. I haven't called you guys and told you that yet, but it's think you broke it broke my heart in many ways. So so you know what that means to me. That's the whole week. We just want to just want to shatter Shack rest your day. I just know wreck yours one on a ruined you for a second. But listen when beautiful came out, I like cried in my car. So like we've gotta be even you gotta be even you know, yeah. I know my my favorite line and loved the ocean. First of all many of them know of but I used to try and make believe you were the other half of me tell myself. I made you better so I never had to leave off switch trial. I believe you are self-made. You better slow you down.

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"ep" Discussed on Adult ISH

Adult ISH

04:02 min | 8 months ago

"ep" Discussed on Adult ISH

"Something about that is just so incredible and warming impo. Want to do it multiple times. Business despite the guy trying to date, Mr can you please help me? I needed to Lima pay. Believe. Get your doses of Serotonin by following tank on I. G. At think tank twenty or the whole group on twitter at tank and Eh Bangers and make sure you listen to the EP.

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"ep" Discussed on Talking To Change - A Motivational Interviewing podcast

Talking To Change - A Motivational Interviewing podcast

02:19 min | 11 months ago

"ep" Discussed on Talking To Change - A Motivational Interviewing podcast

"We keep hearing examples of how you see these patients. To refer back, described them as experts at detecting failures. That's quite a refrain from how you might hear them as being demanding or complaining. But just another example of a creative reframe on your part interested in shifting a bit towards some of the specific skills, and actually you sort of to it with this example of this woman, and you can imagine how many practitioners might get really caught in this web of self harm in particular. This really extreme presentation apparently. An amidst that, you had the wherewithal and maybe it's not too much of a leap to say the courage to step back a bit from that alarming behavior. Perhaps life threatening behavior to explore her values. That seems like one one example of this shift that could not that you're ignoring yourself harm behavior or that you just say, well, we can't do anything about that. So might as well. Well. Go to somewhere something else. It's shifting your focus to maybe approach it from a different perspective. Since clearly, you're not the first person to explore this particular behavior with this person. So that's one thing, and if you wanted to say more about that, that'd be great. I. Also would be curious to your thoughts on what seemed to be like a special set of rules that practitioners have. For. When they're working with patients with EP, right. There's the expectation that your boundaries have to be particularly firm and perhaps even more distant for fear that you might trigger something or get too close at certainly heard my colleagues describe it in many ways like that, and then does pose a bit of a challenge with regard stem because we are very much about developing empathic supportive relationships through the use of. Of skills like an affirmation, for instance, or obviously the steady use a reflective listening to be more specific about my questions. I guess there's a broader question about other skills that you find helpful, and maybe if you could speak a bit to these rules that practitioners have and how am I sit..

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"ep" Discussed on The goop Podcast

The goop Podcast

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"ep" Discussed on The goop Podcast

"You that you thought to sleep your partner trench to you or you to your partner, say hey. Did you turn off the stove in. Did you lock the front door and you partners just to you? I think so. What's going to happen? Only things can happen, either. You're going to get up and go check your partners. Go check, or is he about the depart, says no, you worry too much. Keep me company few long enough eventually gonNA, Fall Asleep but after few hours gonNA pop awake because you have to be vision to the outside world, sleeping is inherently the most dangerous animals, so if we have to be vigilant anything in our environment, we're going to sleep lighter. That's what happened to parenting the ability. Ability to push off. Sleep is built into our brains. How can we be eight hour sleeping mammals nine hours, EP mammals if if you have to feed babies every two to four hours unless we're biologically built to avoid sleeping these get the ability to push off. Sleep is built into our brains. The problem is when people go back asleep. The religious almost people is not that they they make a waking up, but that's not the real issue. The real problem is the can't fall back asleep. It ultimately the where people really complaining about is not how they're sleeping. It's how they feel when they're awake. which they attributed their sleep, so even though I'm asleep. Doctor when I'm really focusing on is how people feel when they're awake. And if I can help you sleep better than the hope is that you're gonNA. Sleep better. You're going to feel better when you're awake. Oh, that was a long answer to your short question. I'm sorry. No you you and you describe my entire relationship with my husband. Because that is those we have been conditioned to be that way and I. Know I'm not the only. Mother who feels this way where it's like how convenient that you didn't hear anything that happened last a but I'm hoping at some point I guess it maybe not, but I'm hoping at some point we can. We can swap sides. Schwab size. Yeah, because lots of interesting because he says subsides..

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"ep" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"ep" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Again we already talked a few times about the importance. That Davis California had on the Paisley seen. The Davis scene was a bit more infatuated with the darker. Grittier aspects of the Sixties. Think velvets more than the monkeys. Other than Steve. Wynn Russ tolman. True West is a true flagbearer from the city. True West was formed after. The suspects parted ways. Their strength lies in the guitar. Work of Tolman and Richard McGrath backing the rugged Sibert esque impassioned pleas of singer Gavin Blair after reaching some notoriety with their debut single Lucifer. Sam which will hear a moment their first EP CO produced by win. Caught the attention of Tom. Ver- lane who had them record demos for em. I drift era. Their first album was a bit more folk rock than the early dark psychedelic stuff but a fantastic guitar folk record nonetheless. Prince who apparently was very attuned to the scene took a few minutes away from the Ping Pong table to write them a note about how much he liked their guitar. Sound like many of the Paisley underground bands. They are beloved in Europe. As part of what was dubbed the American invasion. This didn't translate to success in the states and despite opening for Rem Fables of reconstruction tour and several brushes with major labels. The band broke up in nineteen eighty five. Here is this spectacular. Hollywood holiday from the debut. Ep.

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"ep" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ep" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"A Stratus gotten the weekend in the breakout spot. It's call wake up moving through the top ten. So little extra started making music about a year ago. But after the massive success of his first single, he wants everyone to know he has no plans to slow down. He's been working in the studio on his debut EP called seven says it's due later this month. We'll keep you posted. Here's old town road number six. Longo. Kid. No more. Don't. Now. Owner. Right..

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"ep" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"ep" Discussed on KCRW

"What you? Change. Two. That's music from westerman on KCRW the song outside sublime is from his EP the ark. And we are pleased to present.

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"ep" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"ep" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Ad Council. Sara soda EP. One eighty two. The cat named Moshe. The only showed the bone. Why you say that because modal give a? Listen to we show. Stop. Phenomenon. West. John. Yes. Way over there. Across. You can see right here actually closer to the best thing. Peter spring is starting to feel like Mr. Margot Nick is a regular on the show. These artsy you go. Yeah. Man. A bit of joy being here. It's gonna believe someone. That's always finds a club to leave because you can't fit through the door..

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"ep" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ep" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"James twenty nine eleven and six EP three at twenty three points, ten boards and nine sisters supplement hordes thirty but they came up short eat LA James post game on TNT. Both teams needed this win. Why did your team's urgency went out? We did a great job with defend him and I'll follow in the second half. And then we got some easy buckets. And I talked about this morning. We'll be can't do and that's turn the ball over. And we gotta make on free throw with the we did that especially in the second half. You guys are down as much as nineteen. I saw guys fighting for each other. No one gave up on each other. What's holding your team together? Especially when just recently there was so much uncertainty for your team. We got a fresh start for the second half of the season. The trade deadline is over. This is our squad. I'm happy with who we got a love our Cois. And I look forward to seeing how about for us. James harden, still got thirty points. But it was a frustrating one. He found out had fouls had turnovers. How do you get a guy that turned talented? Like I said yesterday and oppressor or this morning. I think it's shoot around. There's going to be one hundred points. He's just trying to make a tough make them take tough shots. Put multiple bodies in front of them. And as you guys try to get the playoffs. What's the Keita staying urgent? But also loose enough to do. Well. We didn't do that. In the first half. I feel like we were pressing a little bit coming up the break. We got the leaker basketball in the second half. And. In order results enough. Thank.

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"ep" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"ep" Discussed on KCRW

"Failing. Coming up new James Blake. Classic outcast elder Brooklyn New EP from Maya Jane Coles. Mr easy. Junior Thomas in the volcanoes, the black keys. New white denim. Stay with us. KCRW? This week on the unfixable podcast, we traveled to a Belgian prison and ask when your own mind fails, you who comes to the rescue the voice come from inside, my soul from my body. I would say to her that. I'm god. Total different person. Find unfixable on Spotify apple podcasts or wherever you listen..

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"ep" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"ep" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Does your water stain and damage your fixtures? Does it smell or taste bad? Are you worried about what's in your water? Water quality should not be painful and worrisome. Get Hydrocare water systems from Wave Home Solutions with the most advanced purification technologies. Call Wave Home Solutions today at one eight eight eight nine eight nine wave or go to great healthy, water dot com. Hydrocare will eliminate limescale that causes hundreds of dollars in damage to pipes and appliances without using salt. Well water will no longer smell or stain your fixtures. City water will be purified of harmful chlorine, lead, arsenic, and chemicals. Wave Home Solutions provides the cleanest, healthiest water at every faucet. Satisfaction guaranteed. For more information, call one eight eight eight nine eight nine wave one eight eight eight nine eight nine W A V E or go to great healthy, water dot com. That's great healthy, water dot com. Hugs EP rival. Senior best buds for the first time in a long time. Family and friends around the table. Lincoln. We know the holidays are filled with moments like these realized that the greatest wish of all is one that brings us together..

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"ep" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ep" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. Let's get into your questions when we come right back on coast to coast AM, while those of you who think oh my gosh, I've run out of time. I can't get my holiday gift. You don't have to worry about that. See crane will deliver. You gotta work, but they will deliver for you. When I need a radio with great reception and audio. It's very simple for me to turn to them. Always did always will the new radio. We pro is a classic radio from the past giving you the simplicity of kneeland. Dial tuning it's got one button for power one button for display light no clock. No alarm, a great radio to give somebody who might be a little older who just wants the simplicity of an old time radio the radio EP Perot. Also has the pet that twin coil ferried antenna? Which makes am listening. Sound surprisingly similar DFM. Got a and Jack you can connect your smartphone for audio books and podcasting for voice clarity to get your gift in time for the holidays through tomorrow received three days shipping, only ten dollars more that's up to order the CC radio EP. Pro call see crane now would one eight hundred five two two eight eight six three that's one eight hundred five two two eight eight six three keep trying. If those lines are busy can also visit c crane online at their website. See crane dot com. Also available that by March stores, Amazon dot com. One.

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"ep" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ep" Discussed on KGO 810

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"ep" Discussed on Advocate Like a Mother Podcast

Advocate Like a Mother Podcast

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"ep" Discussed on Advocate Like a Mother Podcast

"Safeguards that are available to us in the event that we do have disagreements so those are some of the protections in terms of rights again every child's different. So it's difficult, but anything that is identified as a unique area of need needs to be addressed by the EP team either in services or in goals or. Variety of different ways ways that they accommodate them around. The exactly exactly in your workshop. You talk about a family vision. Can you explain that a bit in the assessment process when you were talking about how daunting that can be in? How you're not sure if they're seeing what your child really is to you developed what I call a brag sheet, some people call them resumes in that brag sheet I asked parents to write out what their family vision is for their child. So just like with any other child that we would have we should have a vision. As to what we see them be as an adult where do we want them to be? What do we want them to do and that kind of frames the path that we're going to follow? So for my daughter, I always envisioned her living independently and having a relationship and being in a career and being a part of our community. So to do that. You know, she needed to start out doing that. You know that you have to be able to be exposed to the same opportunities in your younger days all along the journey. So it's important that you frame your your family vision. So that the team understands why you might be asking for a particular neighborhood or a particular service or support. So that you can understand what your ultimate end game is. So what steps did you take for your daughter, then to make sure that her starting out in kindergarten was going to follow that path to what you saw her future as I actually started pre preschool. So I've gone having been an advocate already helped her and myself out a lot. I think knowing the obstacles and the barriers that I was going to face him be proactive. So she was actually already in a fully included preschool at two and a half. Now. It's great when it came to the time of the transition. There wasn't a discussion about can she do it because she was already doing the laws were quite different than back. Then they loud district's did support parentally place children, which is not the case anymore, but my whole philosophy for my daughter's always been that she's going to follow the same path that her brother did have all the same opportunities be involved in all the same activities of her choice, not change anything based on her disability. And if there was something that was broken along the way, then we take a look at it. But that was the philosophy that we followed. So it was that's a great way to look at the whole school experience. Because sometimes I feel like school is a little intimidating for parents. Because sometimes maybe we don't have that future goal. I feel like that's something that I need to work on with my kids is like having that ultimate goal at the end. Like, what do I want their adulthood to look like? So I can help built their future for that to great way to look at it. Well, in one of the things we all have to. Remember is that sometimes the educators are -education systems built on what you call a readiness model. And if you have a child with down syndrome, the readiness model this doesn't work because the gap if they stay in a specialized academic classroom. They're going to not be exposed to particular activities curriculum social opportunities School Readiness opportunities. So really when you're focused on developing his skill for child with the cognitive delay. You're missing all kinds of other really important things that you're not going to be able to catch up on because you've offset opportunity..

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"ep" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"ep" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"To Cup sport. This is why in party at the beginning of the podcast heard era Zona with freaking out Zona. They were last issue relevant rapper. Andy Mineola has just released the second series of autobiographical EP's that make up his new album. He also just kicked off the better late than never tour with the Cray and words played, which continues through November, do not miss it. We recently spoke with Andy about the new EP. The vision for the album in some of its standout tracks. Here is our conversation dandy minium. Nobody class. I got graded petty picture rally, even. And. Let's talk about the airline, the sort. I wanna know what, what was the? What was the impetus or the idea for doing this, this trilogy of EP? Well, a couple reasons. Some of it was personal business. What's happened over the last few years has become. Strangely perfectionist, and insecure and finishing full body of ward starting to become a bigger bigger task because I see everything that goes into releasing a product, which is I this, your album. Now we're going to promote it. Gonna put on the money binded and try to, you know, get promotion and buyers and exercise indoors day. It just it mounts up a lot of pressure to perform. So that was becoming harder and harder for me to finish the song. I'm wanted to the next one. It'd be like missing my perfect body of twelve, a lot of pressure because once you have success, your biggest fear is that you'll lose this, you know, and. You know all days one, two on the record. Moving onto the next. So more and more fear is mounting up getting harder to many of songs. And on top of that, I don't have a producer have somebody at work. Constantly to help bring to life. I'm always working with different. Artists musicians for short periods of time. Like, you know, going into studio work with them for like a week and then bagel back to being an honest himself were down. So I don't have like a cope elaborated. I tell me bring my music across the finish line, and that makes it really difficult to have cohesiveness and your production in the near sound and honestly, to finish stuff. So I'd become a lot of ways my own producer and I have to outsource things. Perfectionist, I'll and sitting in front of my computer and tweaking songs and making all the decisions about myself and overthinking doing way too much, and they can just sit on my hard drive forever. And so the people that are around here like nanny ESO many songs been music, they're not releasing somebody's not finish. And you know, when I get in with other people that like producers that I trust easier to make decisions and liberal them and move on and make the next city. So I think that I think some of my just like my created team that lost in my own insecurity don't help and making the decision creating religion concept myself, and that just might up to tons of songs my heart dot. So one of the sauce was, how did we get with our to the world and be a lot more consistent because it's been a couple years while at album projects, but my own personal album. So my team and I just kinda came up with this lower like anxiety ridden from these process Romy strategy, which was the state's quiet more confident gift fans more content more regularly and get back into the groove, releasing music. And testing the market. You know, I came from a time where I felt like whatever you release had to be, you know, now it's just like you can release music and it's bizarre. So quickly. There's no dislike people listen to it and you just the way the next thing he just give them the next thing. Bounding, probably the last time to drinks on me. James. What is interesting about your music in particular is you've always been very open about some of these insecurities lyrically. You dress like this perfectionist drive. You have you dress some of the fear that you're not gonna measure up to your own standards that you set for yourself?.

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"ep" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ep" Discussed on KTRH

"The prosecutor was doing what prosecutors do in in typically, she probably would have had hours straight to keep asking questions. But it it kept getting broken up by the clock. And so that was a little odd. But I think a lot of Republican sources that I have on Capitol Hill after she was done professor for it thought. She was very compelling witness and vary interesting and and Democrats were over the moon thrilled about her performance. I thought she was great. And I think there was a lot of anxiety on the Republican side about whether judge cavenaugh kit dig himself out of this because she had been an effective witness in the morning, and so then he had his opportunity, and and he came out guns blazing. And I think a lot of Republicans kinda relaxed and now we're just wondering where some of these moderate Republicans are and whether they will get enough votes together to get them across the finish line. Why he came out fighting my goodness. He just so I'm clear he submitted like prepared remarks, but read something completely different. That's true. We obtain to repair remarks the night before the hearing read through them. They seem kind of you know, standard stuff that we expected that he was not a perfect teenager, and that sort of thing and then apparently the night before the hearing he sat down and rewrote them. And he said that nobody had seen them that. He just rewrote the night before and then came out guns blazing. And I think Gordon it's fair to say he's literally fighting for his life is professional life. Because you know, the supreme court is the ultimate goal for judge EP. Doesn't get on the supreme court for a sexual assault allegation. It's hard to imagine. How he goes back to being a.

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