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"eamon" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"eamon" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

"Today's episode we're going to dive into the fascinating world of ethno botany. We'll be talking all about how your relationship with plants can grow even deeper not just with essential oils but with all the plants around us we also get into a little rabbit hole in the economics of alternative health patents trademarks. All that fun stuff. You'll hear all that during my interview with kerry hughes. But i allow me to share my favorite oil of the past week this past week. I just had one of those mom moments where i was so grateful to have my oils on hand. My kids were swimming nonstop for the past week. They've been in a summer camp and they've been swimming in pools lakes. They've just been getting a lot of water in their ears and when that happens of course ear aches are to follow so when they started complaining about pain in their ears. I wiped out. I the hydrogen peroxide gotta those drops down in the ear. But second i made a rollerball of thieves and purification in equal parts diluted about fifty fifty with a carrier oil and then i've been rubbing that around their ears. You don't wanna put essential oils directly into the ear canal. That's a no no but you can rub essential oils around the ears on the bony part. You can even put a couple drops on a cotton swab in insert that a little bit into the ear just to get that essential oils going on in there. So we've just been staying on top of that and the hydrogen peroxide and they've been doing great and now my favorite part of the show the segment where we pool a recipe out of our diy dugout each week. We read a recipe from our diy dugout and once a month. We pull a winner of all the people who've submitted recipes into our dugout. And a big congratulations goes to rachel. Eamon in ellettsville indiana for her recipe called the immunity roller to make the immunity roller combined. Ten drops thieves and ten drops co by eba top with your favorite carrier oil and roll away. I love that. Combination of these and co by thieves has got that power..

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Advancing NLP With Project Debater With Noam Slonim

The TWIML AI Podcast

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Advancing NLP With Project Debater With Noam Slonim

"All right everyone. I'm here with no i'm slonim. Noam is principal. investigator of project. debater at ibm. No i'm welcome the podcast. Hey hello sam. Thank you for having me. I'm really looking forward to digging. Into our conversation. We're going to focus of course on product debater. And what's new everything about that project. But before we dive in deep there. I'd love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you came to work in a so I did my university in angels lhermitte and machine learning lab. This was laid to nineties. More or less. I graduated in two thousand and two and i walked mainly on Information to take methods cluster analysis and related goten and the main data that was considering back then was the textra later and in two thousand thousand and two i moved to princeton new jersey to do my can mean two thousand and seven i joined. Ibm search and i walked on value. Spacek and in two thousand eleven. I suggested to work on project the battle and this is what. I'm doing enough stan. Years also nice. Nice end was debater in existing project at that time. How far along was it. So he has an interesting history because You know we have this tradition in. Ibm lee search of fat grandchild In artificial intelligence so back in the nineties ibm introduced the deep blue that was able to feed the galley kasparov in chess. In two thousand eleven ibm introduced watson that defeated the all time winners of the tv glacier game jeopardy and just a few days after this event and eamon was sent to all the thousands of philly soldiers so ibm across the globe. Asking us what should be the next grand challenge for. ibm

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"eamon" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:36 min | 10 months ago

"eamon" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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NYSE Says Again It Will Delist Three Chinese Telecom Stocks

Techmeme Ride Home

03:49 min | 10 months ago

NYSE Says Again It Will Delist Three Chinese Telecom Stocks

"The trump administration is in its final days. But that doesn't mean that they're not still pressing ahead with their aggressive china policy when it comes to tech president trump has signed an executive order banning transactions with aunt groups ali pay tencent's wechat pay and q. Q. as well as five other chinese payment apps quoting reuters lee order argues that the united states must take aggressive action against developers of china software applications to protect national security it tasks the commerce department with defining which transactions will be banned under the directive within forty five days and targets tencent holdings q. q. And we chat pay as well quote by accessing personal electronic devices such smartphones tablets and computers chinese connected software applications can access and capture vast swaths of information from users including sensitive personally identifiable information and private information. The executive order states such data collection quote would permit china to track the locations of federal employees and contractors and build dossiers of personal information the document ads and quote so as i've said several times when it relates to the subject i still haven't developed a definitive opinion about this whole tech cold war with china. Smart people. I know really do believe that. China's tech ambitions are set to the us's dominance in various ways and so must be meaningfully countered the problem. I'm having though is at least these last few years. The trump administration in my opinion hasn't put together a coherent argument about what they're doing. Or why so. It's hard for me to even form an opinion. That's not me being political. That's just me being someone in the tech industry that feels this whole posture. Vis-a-vis china by the government has been maddeningly inconsistent. So far case in point after pressure from the us government. The new york stock exchange said it would delist the stocks of three chinese companies china mobile china telecom and china unicom in order to satisfy an executive order imposing restrictions to prevent american companies and individuals from investing in companies identified as being affiliated with the chinese military. Now that was always the plan they were going to list these three companies and then two days ago the nyse reverse course and said it would no longer dealers those companies now today. they're reversing the reverse quoting cnbc. The exchange reversed that decision on monday causing much confusion treasury secretary mnuchin told the exchange that he disagreed with the original reversal. A senior administration official told. Cnbc's eamon jabar's the mis's said the latest reversal was due to new guidance. From treasury's office of foreign assets control that said people in the us could not engage in certain transactions with the three companies as of next monday trading of the three securities will be suspended at four pm eastern time on monday the exchange said and quote. See what. I mean confusing as all get out isn't it. China mobile is a one hundred billion dollar company. I believe they've been listed on the nyse for more than a decade. As i said before around these issues capitalism requires a clear set of rules that everyone involved in the great game of capitalism can understand if you don't know what the parameters of engaging and capitalism are then that's not capitalism so i guess one of the bigger questions going into the new year does president biden have as big an ax to grind with china tech as president trump. Did and will we get a more coherent position. Vis-a-vis chinese tech

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"eamon" Discussed on The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"eamon" Discussed on The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

"Well i am so happy to have caring eamon with today. She's in new york times bestselling author speaker with <unk> thirty ministries she writes for encouragement today and has an online devotional that reaches over four million women daley she's authored fifteen bucks and i'm really excited to talk about your newest book. Karen reachout gather in. Can you kind of tell us what brought you to this book. And what's the what's the heart behind it. Sure and thanks so much for having me. It's just great to be with you today. Well i grew up in a home. I had a mom who was just so giving and so loving but had a very different personality than me. She's pretty quiet and shy. And you know. I'm one of these people. That's at the party with lamp shade on my head and i have always talking <hes>. In so i didn't the same kind of personality that she had. But there was one aspect of her behavior that i just really wanted to emulate and that was the fact that she had this philosophy in life. That if you ever felt like things weren't going your way and your circumstances had you down that you always need to remember that. There's somebody out there. Has it worse off than you. So go find that person and make their day and in some strange way. It makes sure as well and i just saw her live this out. I just saw her a very others. Centered person a very welcoming person. And as i grew up in became a christian as a teenager. I saw that my goodness she got this from the bible. You know she was a believer and i i saw that. That's how the lord calls us to live to not be so self-focused always thinking what's in it for me but to be somebody who tries to reach out in and tries to look for that person and notice that person who leased expects to be seen <hes>. Wow that's so powerful and so needed in this time. i think maybe it's personality taibbi. It's just the time we're in but it's just so easy to become self focused. I don't think we mean to but it's just like it's easy to believe that the world revolves around us. Has it come naturally to you to be other centered. Sometimes it has. I would honestly say with others outside my family it acts. I'm pretty good at reaching out to others and putting others first and you know trying to keep them happy or make them happy and make them feel that sometimes within my four walls of a little more difficult you know. I think that we all know. Sometimes family brings out the worst us and sometimes i wonder if that's just because you know our friends and coworkers neighbors you know. They have a choice whether or not they want to hang around us or whether or not. They're gonna like us that our family have no choice right so sometimes we let our bad behavior just kind of bubble up to the surface and we bent on them. Because you know they're not going anywhere they're stuck with us right so i would say it comes pretty naturally with other people outside my home but i have to work on a little more with people inside my home. That's where i tend to be more selfish. Yeah well and we're living in this world right now where you know. I think with covid and everything. We're not able to gather and we've been. I wonder sometimes we were so busy beforehand that maybe we didn't have time together. What are you hearing from people when it comes to this idea of connecting in a deeper way and becoming others focused. I think covid has really changed. Things i know before. It seems like sometimes we would gross about hamanaka gotta go to that meeting church. You know i've got to go to another soccer game. You know even though my child rather gets in the game. He kinda rides the bench. But i've gotta go and be the good mom and we kinda groused about those impersonal things and we tended to gravitate more to our phones. You know we get addicted to our phones and we have them always with us in in our pocket and we can let them easily divert us from the real life happening in front of our faces. But i think in a weird way for me and for people that i'm close to. It's kind of switch things now. We're kind of tired of screens. Were tired of being on zoom meetings. We're tired of only getting you know our human interaction through the face of our phone or over screen as we work at home or whatever and now we're kind of craving those in person meetings we we had. I'm in michigan and michigan has opened. I think much more slowly than a lot of the rest of the country but we did have <hes>. Some friends over outdoors. Socially distanced had our masks on came over for just a little cookout. And i remember when they last just crying thinking what a blessing that was to hang out with our friends and to talk to them to see them face to face even though it was in our backyard and we had our lawn chairs kind of spread out from each other. But i used to take that for granted. And when i had another invitation to a high school graduation had already been to seven the ear. I'm like i don't wanna go. I'm tired of people and now yeah. I missing people. Missing people sell its <unk>. Flip-flopped a little bit the the in person interaction and the the screen time or the screen interaction touching screens. I think we're spending so much time now touching screens that we miss actually touching lives.

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Reach Out and Gather In with Karen Ehman

The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

05:36 min | 1 year ago

Reach Out and Gather In with Karen Ehman

"Well i am so happy to have caring eamon with today. She's in new york times bestselling author speaker with thirty ministries she writes for encouragement today and has an online devotional that reaches over four million women daley she's authored fifteen bucks and i'm really excited to talk about your newest book. Karen reachout gather in. Can you kind of tell us what brought you to this book. And what's the what's the heart behind it. Sure and thanks so much for having me. It's just great to be with you today. Well i grew up in a home. I had a mom who was just so giving and so loving but had a very different personality than me. She's pretty quiet and shy. And you know. I'm one of these people. That's at the party with lamp shade on my head and i have always talking In so i didn't the same kind of personality that she had. But there was one aspect of her behavior that i just really wanted to emulate and that was the fact that she had this philosophy in life. That if you ever felt like things weren't going your way and your circumstances had you down that you always need to remember that. There's somebody out there. Has it worse off than you. So go find that person and make their day and in some strange way. It makes sure as well and i just saw her live this out. I just saw her a very others. Centered person a very welcoming person. And as i grew up in became a christian as a teenager. I saw that my goodness she got this from the bible. You know she was a believer and i i saw that. That's how the lord calls us to live to not be so self-focused always thinking what's in it for me but to be somebody who tries to reach out in and tries to look for that person and notice that person who leased expects to be seen Wow that's so powerful and so needed in this time. i think maybe it's personality taibbi. It's just the time we're in but it's just so easy to become self focused. I don't think we mean to but it's just like it's easy to believe that the world revolves around us. Has it come naturally to you to be other centered. Sometimes it has. I would honestly say with others outside my family it acts. I'm pretty good at reaching out to others and putting others first and you know trying to keep them happy or make them happy and make them feel that sometimes within my four walls of a little more difficult you know. I think that we all know. Sometimes family brings out the worst us and sometimes i wonder if that's just because you know our friends and coworkers neighbors you know. They have a choice whether or not they want to hang around us or whether or not. They're gonna like us that our family have no choice right so sometimes we let our bad behavior just kind of bubble up to the surface and we bent on them. Because you know they're not going anywhere they're stuck with us right so i would say it comes pretty naturally with other people outside my home but i have to work on a little more with people inside my home. That's where i tend to be more selfish. Yeah well and we're living in this world right now where you know. I think with covid and everything. We're not able to gather and we've been. I wonder sometimes we were so busy beforehand that maybe we didn't have time together. What are you hearing from people when it comes to this idea of connecting in a deeper way and becoming others focused. I think covid has really changed. Things i know before. It seems like sometimes we would gross about hamanaka gotta go to that meeting church. You know i've got to go to another soccer game. You know even though my child rather gets in the game. He kinda rides the bench. But i've gotta go and be the good mom and we kinda groused about those impersonal things and we tended to gravitate more to our phones. You know we get addicted to our phones and we have them always with us in in our pocket and we can let them easily divert us from the real life happening in front of our faces. But i think in a weird way for me and for people that i'm close to. It's kind of switch things now. We're kind of tired of screens. Were tired of being on zoom meetings. We're tired of only getting you know our human interaction through the face of our phone or over screen as we work at home or whatever and now we're kind of craving those in person meetings we we had. I'm in michigan and michigan has opened. I think much more slowly than a lot of the rest of the country but we did have Some friends over outdoors. Socially distanced had our masks on came over for just a little cookout. And i remember when they last just crying thinking what a blessing that was to hang out with our friends and to talk to them to see them face to face even though it was in our backyard and we had our lawn chairs kind of spread out from each other. But i used to take that for granted. And when i had another invitation to a high school graduation had already been to seven the ear. I'm like i don't wanna go. I'm tired of people and now yeah. I missing people. Missing people sell its Flip-flopped a little bit the the in person interaction and the the screen time or the screen interaction touching screens. I think we're spending so much time now touching screens that we miss actually touching lives.

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Marketing Trends We Are Excited About for Q4

Marketing School

05:02 min | 1 year ago

Marketing Trends We Are Excited About for Q4

"Walk onto another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel, and today we're GonNa talk about marketing trends that we are excited about for q four. So this is a little bit of a new experiment tweet at me Eric Oh sl you. If you think this is cool because Neil and I don't get a lot of time to talk about what we're actually excited about right. So there's a lot of stuff that's happening in the business world and in the marketing world. So we'll see how this goes. This might be a little longer than usual, but I'll start it off I. I mean Neil yesterday. Linked in just just launch stories and I'm super excited about that. 'cause I just post stories instagram all the time I screen shots of stuff up there, and what I'm finding now is that I'm seeing all these people that are relevant seo manager over here content lead over I'm like, Oh, my God I'm going to follow these people you know have talked at a click flow team and then we can do something there. Right but it's just it's a people are here to do business on linked I constantly see like who's relevant talk who want to keep in touch with right? Because there's a little message button over. There but on Instagram, not so much I'm not looking to do business on instagram. So I think Lincoln or Microsoft rather is super smart for doing this and I'm glad that they finally brought it up. Have you tried it yet? I haven't tried it. We have it on her list to try in the next month or so were slow some of that kind of stuff but we're going to try that out another trend that we're seeing as boysearch everyone knows that half the search is at least in the United States now are through voice search according to common core specifically say voice her voice commerce did you. Know over sixty percent of people in the United, states have these smart speaker type devices have made a purchase do boysearch according to crunch and according to a have you done that before though I have many times what did you buy? We buy like bottled water toilet paper tissues, household items man I've never done that before as crazy works really well with Alexa and according to Oh CNC their company that does research they're saying by twenty, twenty, forty, billion dollars is going to be spent on boysearch. That's ridiculous. Amount I know this tiny in the grand scheme of commerce, but that number's going to blow up and explode. Yeah, you don't like the other thing too. I'm just looking at. This is more of a business trump, but I kind of is a marketing trend do but there's a Casey, Newton? I believe his name he's one of the lead editors of the verge. He just left to start his own substance. So everyone starting substance right now, which is basically just you're starting to email newsletter. So when I spoke to Anthony yesterday, I think he's got about five thousand subscribers paying subscriber. So paying ten dollars fifty grand a month from his newsletter, which is. Not, bad at six hundred, grand a year and so whether it's paid newsletters or even paid podcast subscriptions, i. think that's going to become more and more of a trend because people are legit leaving their full time jobs as writers unders going off on their own. You Got Ben Thompson, that's doing that. So what are your thoughts on that? Do you know anyone that's doing it really well, I don't know anyone that's doing well, but I know it makes money look at a Gora. Yeah Oh, how much they do in review of Gore's billion plus dollar company in revenue go some arriving ago. What else you got connection that I have that we're seeing come up in the upcoming years is look when you think about marketing all get emails, a lot of US ignore. But there's a new trend that we're seeing in emails. Right even we ignore emails it's still generate so much money we all send out so many emails, there's company called Sam email that lets you make purchases within your emails. So imagine me sending you e mail regarding I a t shirt you can pick the size and actually checkout and by within the EAMONN never have to go to the website or right now they specialize in airlines you can actually adjust your seat and adjust your ticket and all that kind of stuff within the Eamon. You see like the seat map and you can click and upgrading all that kind of stuff. It's Kinda cool. That's awesome. Yeah. I mean when we think about this at the end of the day, I was buying stuff using my phone when I as I was traveling is just when there's apple pay I immediately select that because the friction there's there's a lot less friction, the experiences a lot better. So whatever way you can make it easier for people to get things done. That's GonNa do well, and then your total. addressable market for that is huge right because you're just trying to solve problems for of Swath of people, you're not even just solving for for niche problems anymore and I think the final thing all end with right now is well to me I, just kind of been observing an investing world right now if you go read bessemer memos just typing bvp memos, what's fascinating to me is how firm decided invest in Shop a fine the very beginning, and you see a lot of interesting trends around that at how off they were in terms of how big they thought the market size was for. This is not exactly a I guess a trend here's that people are writing a lot more than what I'm gaining a lot from these memos. So I guess my only thing I'm trying to point you in the direction of is. Go check out these VP memos go check out morning Brusco, check out the hustle. The Hustle has trends as well. We're did talk about trends and I think you'll learn a lot because there's a lot of good information being put out right now. Neil.

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"eamon" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"eamon" Discussed on KTOK

"Eamon was a no vote today when the Oklahoma County Budget Board voted to recommend allocating $36 million cares act money to the New Oklahoma County jail Trust. Frankly, I think that we will be especially especially Without some guidance from our district attorney who is our attorney. Folks. We're gonna be having our hand out there asking somebody to cut it off. He fears that may not be illegal Use of cares Act money. Oklahoma County commissioners will have the final say, and they will reportedly vote next week. A huge improvement for highway bridges in Oklahoma Bridge conditions in Oklahoma, ranked 49th worst in the country in 2004. Governor Kevin stint announced today that the Federal Highway Administration now ranks bridge conditions at Oklahoma ninth best in the nation. I hope this momentum keeps us as we continue to show the nation in the world. But Oklahoma is a significant contender for business and commerce. There are 6800 highway bridges in Oklahoma in 2000 for nearly 1200 were considered structurally deficient. Now that number is down to just 86. A suspect has surrendered Oklahoma City police and the hit and run crash that injured Democratic U. S Senate candidate and be Broyles on Sunday in Oklahoma City. Griffith McClure went to the police department yesterday and was interviewed and arrested. In a statement. Broil, says she is still in pain from the crash and will start physical therapy this week. White House Corona virus response coordinator Dr Deborah Burkes will be in Tulsa on Sunday. Governor Kevin Stitt.

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"eamon" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"eamon" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Ten in the morning until three in the afternoon and it's free I'm Mike Moore it has been a hot humid side the rest of the week we'll see a few clouds around tonight lows in the low seventies the chance of a pop up store mon Thursday highs in the low nineties some of the storms that develop to be on the gusty side I'm meteorologist parts of it from the weather channel one of six one of him talk next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one FM talk dot com to connect Eamon's direct celebrates the re opening of our local economy with our most amazing offer ever five years zero interest financing with no money down on anything and everything yes now for a limited time diamonds direct is doing our part to help you get back to normal and celebrate your love like never before our prices and values of the best ever our showcases are fully stocked and we're letting you buy now with nothing down and you can spread your payments over five years with zero interest been putting off their engagement get her a six thousand dollar designer ring now and pay just one hundred dollars a month adding that anniversary how about a three thousand dollar diamond eternity band for just fifty dollars a month summer is the season for love and we're doing all we can to make this summer one to remember with exceptional values extrasolar action and the most exceptional finance opportunity five years zero interest on approved credit diamonds direct your love our passion on Glenwood the I heart radio apps now has over three hundred thousand of the best podcasts from around the globe making us number one for podcasts but making it super easy for you to find what you're looking for dive into just about anything after this man is the best way to find new podcast the new episode hits the let me know right away I got it for radio but I love podcasts and I discovered that they have all of them they got it all talk radio.

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"eamon" Discussed on Nighttide

Nighttide

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"eamon" Discussed on Nighttide

"The demons name was as modus a prince since of demons and he was especially upset over the humiliation of having been captured and tricked. I Solomon Lemon and his magic. He sought revenge by robbing Solomon of his ring and all the power that went with it demon managed to creep in early one morning while Solomon was still asleep and he stole the ring in some versions. He ruled in the king's place for forty days until he grew bored of the endeavor and then tossed through ring into the sea thinking at after this act the ring was now adequately disposed of the Demon Eamon laughed however because of the rings holy and magical powers it soon and made its way back to. Solomon you see while the ring was seeing down into the ocean waters. A A fish had come about and eaten it. The fish was soon caught by our fishermen and was then sold to the royal. Oh Cook it was then prepared and served the king for his evening meal while when the king cut into the fish he discovered inside of it his magical ring.

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Classic Game Remakes

Game Scoop!

09:27 min | 2 years ago

Classic Game Remakes

"You can't talk about the goose game yet right. Oh when does this go up tomorrow. tomorrow okay yeah use game. Did you beat it yard. Ty WHO's game of the year come on just be just be gop why they're clearly entitled game of the year what you're going to confuse everybody buddy hoping here about Borland's three and now you're about untitled goose games and it's it's pretty much the only medal your solid game. I've ever played. They explain you don't you don't put a radio to sprinkle it or break it that way. You can sneak past the guy. It's a it's a metal. Is it a stealth. What is it called Stealth Espionage Action Stealth espionage. It's it's their boxes the problem to solve things so speaking of the radio. There's like this radio. You have to sneak past the Gardner Guy Right at the beginning of the game and I it's sitting on so when you pick it up it makes like music and he goes out of con- costs for that and he gets you right yeah and then and then so what I did was he puts it on top of a cooler antidrug the cooler all the way to where it needs to go and Thomas. Okay okay listen. I watched this and it was funny when it happened but this is a boring story wrap it up no no. I didn't really quite often to wait for people to hear this but this amazing off but the radio and Birket I'm just saying there's multiple ways solve this game. Is it game Goosey goosing game. Are you kidding me. Something see something. I'm excited for the sequel uncensored goose game. Yeah Yeah every time he hong to goose to honk for TV is this is it level base. What are you doing things is where it's like. Hey do all this stuff and something you 'cause. We'll open up a new area so you have him his thumb and he like falls from the hammer yeah yeah he goes like hit his his telling the boring story. I'm just jokin those are great before I one acknowledged to honk for. TV was a really good job at Damon. Thank you thank you and mark your story. Was it was okay. We'll so it's like dark. It was a six point. Oh it's like dark souls you do stop dumpling and then it opens up a new area and then it's like a Metro Vania dark souls metal gear salt lead. This Games got law headline goose game of the year druce like all of these other teams. It's entirely not like winter game. Yeah exactly AH that's from two thousand and eleven so we don't talk about borderlands now all right. Let's use game like borderlands three now. There's no blue unless yes you can a sandwich. There's yeah total luke because you drag everything back to the picnic. It's true yeah but you don't have any inventory space. Just like in borderlands game of the year also like so is on Telugu out tomorrow tomorrow. It's the twentieth tomorrow so toward the daily. You're listening to this. It's out it's out and it only takes an hour and a half to be over short. You can beat it almost forty times this weekend. Please should have been longer or is that the right amount of time to be. It's like me when you beat the game. They're still like stuff you you can do but you've ruled. The credits just like control weakness talk about okay. Okay wait to your borderlands point. Yes the inventory sucks. I assume that you can level up from there. You can increase your Marcus's munitions perfect pretty early inventory because you could do that in one and two and whatnot a lot of the systems feel pretty antiquated in a Lotta ways like everybody keeps saying it's just borderlands again and we've been playing more than any of us I think so. I think I'm agreeing with you. You're saying that it's it's a little a bit better. I think it's like lance too but I think it's better in every single way and that makes it better every single way every funnier. Maybe the writing an the map is broken as say broken. Well I just I. It's difficult to see what levels are unlike a different. Oh I thought they did a a better job at that. Because now you can rotate the map yeah I think I think you mean like when you when he said away point. It's really hard to find out where that actually which unlike which Alex should be taken if the if it splits off and your waypoints here and you're like oh I'm going to it and you're like Oh and yet open your mapping. I also the way back around can can we just say if you're playing with another player. The driver should not also be the navigator because you have to stop driving. pull up your mouth figure out which direction you need to stop the car before before yes. This is the person who's in the back on the governor should be the one to look at the matter author map and look at the map all the way you should do exactly yeah if needed. I totally the baggage around this and she she could see my TV and I would just opened my map and I'm like look and she could just see her through the screen cheating totally. That's the whole point. Is that what it was. It's called an in a perfect arc when you're looking at my screwing banking. Look there's a whole gamut of this game called screen cheat or something like that. Where you don't don't see the other person on the map shooter you don't see the other person so you have to screen peak to see where they are to be able to shoot them. Mario Kart Saddle node cheat or do you not it's. It's so that you can see you can line up a shot. What would somebody driving screen so you do. Do Eh for some people it's part of the experience for some people to be back. There is like these elaborate cardboard setups done off the the television like Oh. I've done that like playing halo like putting up the blanket and like one of your friends is under the blankets. That's great what's up with the pets in borderlands. One class has a pet flack nets the class that I chose with because I heard it was good for solo players playing by myself and yet you can sit out. The pets too technical for you and the first pet is a dog. Yeah modest has come a monster dog. It's a scam. You know what's really sad though I think they changed. The deaths down sounds for the skaggs. The sound really really sad yeah exactly. It sounds like a dog river. Your your pet is whatever you pick so you pick the dog. I didn't know how to choice. Let's guilty characters. You can pick what skill you get one point right at the start on the fly to so you picked that what's his name meet meet it she older. I forget his name now. That's the Jabber boy anyways. You could change it on the fly. What's what are the what are the other options as Iraq took a spider and yeah and then there's Iraq grew hanged dinosaur Mosser things. I think I'll stick with the dog was I. There's the flying. It's like a pterodactyl thin. The rack sounds good. Thank you very active but one of them is like a little like Jabber guy and he has a gun jabber and the more Islam inspire not the spider is like a little looks like this Guy Jabber. What do you mean Jabber. Keep saying. This aren't thinking isn't that in anyway. He has a gun and then you can make where he has a shotgun so he's a little pet walks around the shotgun. That's awesome. It's awesome. I'm playing playing as Mara. I don't really like her. She's fine. I'm playing MOS-. She has a robot. Yay Mas is I think the MOS flag actually the community favorites from what I've seen. I've seen the search volume to back that up. It's ask it. It's fun. I'm having a good time but it does feel very samey like it's. It's a little bit like they. They spent seven years. I guess they didn't spend the entire seven years but it's been seventy years. Berlin to if you had told me this was a new expansion for Borland's Orleans to I would have believed you gear gearbox made preschool right yeah so said Eddie. You knew it'd be however many years since I think it's a different team Eamon Australia that made sure if it was like spin offer from another team or not yeah it was. It's their fallen Vegas. It's fun other Games. They're able to reinvent themselves. Listen in new in new sequels in in additions but this just feels like more Portland switch. It's fun yeah. I enjoy it. I love the guns and I love that. I feel like every time I go back to sanctuary to like do all my inventory management. I feel like I'm going back out of the world as a slightly different character. You're always leveling up. You're always getting getting better guns. I've a shotgun right now. Every time I shoot them it just blows them away it so far like the blows them away literally blow them away and then when you reload it becomes a grenade than's flashes and says shoot me as it's going to and then you get another one in the shoot it. It's awesome cool like that. It's it's really fun. I like it a uh-huh Fisher

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"eamon" Discussed on Digital Business Models

Digital Business Models

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"eamon" Discussed on Digital Business Models

"Do organize. Local events like meet UPS can develop affective for your marketing growth speaking speaking engagements so if you are a founder and you're extremely expert on a field most probably people organizing events will will be willing to pay you to actually speak at events but rather than getting paid. Why don't you just go and make sure that you attend as many events as possible so that you can amplify if your brand is wet and community building which is very important assault recent <hes> if you want to be a successful brand new to bill of course even a small community or use existing platforms to actually build a community like all social media can be up to your community like since if you were to create a group on on facebook and then <hes> advice which means that you'll give one on one advice to your customers your free consultancy these heavily definitely a great way to you know really it'll be this not scalable yet betty great effectively if you do it especially to get to gain in your first android or dozen customers now? Let's do a quick recap. The key nineteen <unk> we conceded <hes> suggested by government <unk> retraction seal and fund founded tag that go on the targeting so niche folks obesity uncle uncle mentioned a p._r. Search engine marketing social any splits off late nights so changing optimization content marketing email eamon.

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"eamon" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"eamon" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Eamon mixing cannon warnings. But she was. Was. She want. And. Does. Every time you don't. We feed. Walk-in. Can you? You. We. All new canon. Days. Sixty on our one six new music right now from Chris Brown, along with Drake. This join is called no guidance six for hip hop. Cannon mornings, what Nick. What? Oh man. Shreeves that you have only so taping Affleck's so sex. Who? Oh, god. Two. Pretty gotta pay. Took it up a lion. Talking running nutty side. Seventeen. Stain pies. Gushing. Only because you know you. God, god. God. Hugh. Okay. Same damn thing. You really want to. Ladies ever wanted to data celebrity, how's your chair? Shot with Nick can't make you know I'm the one. Mckanie mornings kneeling. Hip hop shoot shot at Nick cannon. Now, Nick, we got a winner really a winner for this blind date with Nick cannon drum. Roll, please. The winner lady the cannon going on a date with Nick cannon is none other than not that Lee. So, apparently, we're going on a date you free on Friday or. Right. Well, we go on his data to very nice restaurant. Candlelit dinner. We're gonna get to know each other and on Monday. I'm gonna let everybody know if it was a match made in. We, we, we, we. No, no. But you can make speak French later on. Back in..

"eamon" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"eamon" Discussed on CXMH

"It used in kinda this like off handed way of this person is so CD or whatever usually in terms of like, oh, I like my books organized, or, you know, things are I like it when my kitchen's clean, but those aside from not being like harmful. There's no problem with that. There's like a logic behind them. Right. Like, oh, I can find things easier or just like a better when it's clean, which isn't necessarily the level of compulsion or obsession, which is talking about. So I think it is one of those that we somehow it's gotten into the language of using kind of hand, which maybe he is good because more people know the term, but maybe also bad because it makes it harder. The reality of this is the thing that I mean, you said people file stability like this is a very real thing that impacts people's lives. Absolutely. You know, it's a it's a disabling disruptive disorder. And it's important that we recognize it as. That we we understand the severity that it can have for people who live with it. And but agree, you know, it's funny because people know that acronym, they didn't know the acronym years ago. So you're right. Maybe it's a good thing in that aspect, but it's also hard when we have to undo their beliefs in and try to change how people perceive or understand illness. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Well, and ensuring that they're not being unintentionally harmful to those who really do struggle with this in really, do, you know, carry this this heavy burden in a lot of ways of of this disorder, and how manifest on that really kind of links me to the next question. I know you have been so courageous in your ability to be transparent about your journey with OCD, including being diagnosed back when you are twelve officially, but can you tell us a little bit about your journey with OCD and kind of what that looked like when you were younger, and and as you got older. Eamon feeling free to share some of what you know, the role your family has played in your journey as well. Absolutely. You know, I grew up here in Houston, which is where I live now biggest medical center in the world, some of the best health care accessible at our fingertips. And so when I first presenting symptoms. I was about twelve years old. I started doing kind of typical OCD thing. So a lot of contamination rituals a lot of engagement in inexcessive showering ritualized hand, washing cleaning behaviors and also scrupulously the religious form of OCD. So a lot of 'em excessive prayer avoidance of wearing random blacks. I thought it was the colors the double frayed of anything that was associated with the number six because six is the number of the double double etc in lots of reassurance seeking so asking my mom repeated questions and getting stuck in Monday activities going in and out of doorways things like that. And so pretty quickly got a diagnosis. I will say getting diagnosis was pretty easy here in town. I think that you know, the profession. Knew enough about OCD to know that like, oh, this is all CD because some of my symptoms were pretty common in pretty obvious..

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"eamon" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

12:35 min | 2 years ago

"eamon" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"As we will talk to the first portion of our program tonight about an execution which occurred this evening in Alabama an execution that involved a Muslim inmate at the prison in Atmore, Alabama who was denied the presence of an Islamic spiritual adviser and with that we're going to be getting some explanation and information from Joseph Marrone, a managing partner and founder of the Marrone. Law firm in Philadelphia good evening. How were you fine? Thank you. A forty two year old Dominick Ray was pronounced dead of lethal injection at the state prison. He was of the Islamic faith and raise attorneys challenged the Alabama execution procedures saying it favors Christian inmates because a Christian chaplain employed by the prisoners typically in the chamber during an execution Ray requested an A-Bomb instead, but was denied that please flesh out the description of what this was about this winter supreme court, by the way, they're the lower court had stayed the execution. The supreme court overruled that and allowed the execution. We continue. Go ahead. Yeah. That's correct. I mean, I think the core issue here was, but it was the seemed like came rather late even though he got noticed late that he wasn't allowed to have an Eamonn, Mr. Mr. Yousef amassing with within by his side. And he. Basically Raytheon allegation that violated the establishment clause, which says that you know, the the the federal government can interfere with your choice of religion. Of course in similar instances, people Christian faith were allowed to have a, you know, a priest or Christian clerk inside the chamber. So he's requested the opportunity to have obviously the Eamon which is the the person that supports him in his Muslim pig. They denied this right? Basically on safety issues. I mean, originally it was upheld by the the court of appeals. And then it was taken to the supreme court and the supreme court in a five to four decision said that the execution should go forward. And that there wasn't grounds for this to continue to be state, and obviously the execution occurred. And he said it wasn't in violation of the establishment clause, which which allegedly was raised by by this man's attorneys. Initially. It's interesting. I if this was such a a deeply held the belief. Why this this was so last minute. I mean, what was the procedure not made clear to to Dominique Rey early on. So that this could have been adjudicated without any any last minute supreme court stays necessary. Well, it seems th he alleges that he wasn't given notice that he wasn't allowed to have the Muslim Eamonn with him just days before the execution. However, they did allow him to stay with him up until the time. He was brought into the chamber. He also had a request this gentleman that he did not want either a Christian cleric with him or any chaplain innate day, the the state via through the prison big grant that request. So there was somewhat of a given. But I think the ultimate issue at hand was he was, you know, alleging that since, you know, people Christian faith or allowed again, the have, you know, the the Christian Clark with them at the time of the execution in the execution room. He in turn since he not a Christian faith, whereas the non Christian should be allowed to have is Eman with them. Since of Muslim inside the execution chamber similar to people Christian faith that was denied they alleged that it was a violation of the establishment clause. We again, I said the appellate court supreme court the appellate court agreed with him. But it was the last minute that the supreme court obviously said no the execution could go forward. It was a five to four decision. So it was rather close in the conservatives, obviously, you know, one on this one, and you know, they executed this, man. So that's what happened I it resting in one that one would presume, and of course, we always get into the game of. Deciding how justices are going to to rules that say so often seem to be ideologically politically predictable that you would think that on any given issue. Most of the time the conservatives on the court would tend toward more adherence to religious protocol. That would the liberal side. That's my own personal take others may strenuously object. But I would just strenuously defend that point of view. I think it is the conservative side of the court, which is most often concerned about religious if you will practices niceties, and what have you? So in a way to me at least that somewhat of a surprising ruling. Yes. To some degree. I mean, obviously the courts have always backed off with the interference of getting getting involved with the religious religious police have preferences of an individual allowing that first amendment, right? Three thousand calls to allow you to pick your religion freely and choose appropriately. So getting into that is a very been debated issue for many years, but in this particular case, I think there was other factors that kind of played into this and it had to do with timing issues and safety issues. It wasn't just a strict religious issue. And and I think that's what kind of tilted the tilted the vote here. If we look at that that safety issue thing, I suppose one could understand a certain amount of of questions about safety. Let's say surrounding oh, an electric, for example. But I mean, this is a needle that stuck in an arm. I mean, it's not as though. Somebody across the room going to to to get their skin pricked by the the poisons that did flow here. And and Furthermore, I'm not sure what procedures are necessary. Like, if the chaplain was was trained, try not to get poked with the needle. I mean, I don't mean to to make light of this. But it hard for the lay person to understand what safety issue. Here. There's the beta is that just an excuse or reason for them to justify ultimately what they wanted to vote for or or with a real safety issue behind us with number rarely spelled out. I know they call the prison. They spoke the state they didn't really have an answer. So it leaves it open for debate. And you'd have to really question, and I would request more specific reasons when they say it's for safety reasons. I wanna know what sick reasons that wasn't spelled out here. This was done last minute. This whole process was kind of last minute. Remember, he he was giving notice within days that he did he wasn't allowed to have the Eamon present east consulted with his lawyers. I don't think they had to days, and they file the appeals. So there wasn't much time. But again, we won't know the answer to that. Obviously it's too late at this point. But I'm hoping that they clarified a law so future times Muslims would like to have this opportunity should be given it since since Christians and other issues like this in religion. They're allowed to do it. So yeah, I don't know the the. Presence in prisons of of of chaplains. I can recall in. In the the military, generally you had you had a Protestant chaplain. A Catholic chaplain a Jewish chaplain. And then one of the other chaplains would generally double over that is to say they had been briefed on uncertain rights in rituals of of other faiths. I was speaking from death row, but just in terms of of circumstances in which the government provides religious counselor. That was when I was in the military which granted was in the Jurassic period. But that was that was what was available at that time. In other words, if someone presumably had requested a Muslim chaplain. My guess would have been it would have probably been the Protestant Catholic or Jewish chaplain. Who would have have counseled them in in some something from the Koran? In this particular case, he says a devout Muslim Kita equally rooted in his faith. So at the time of his alternate. He wishes to have you know, an Email next to him versus a chaplain. Somebody somebody who doesn't eat does not have belief in somebody that he does not want. There was something his so that does that become a civil right question of a first amendment issue to the established mccalls, and that's really what was argued before the supreme court and speak did afford him. Again, the opportunity they did allow the even to be with him with them up until he entered into the chamber. So they gave him that opportunity. And that was the balance the safety issue is something that was unexplained fine. So you got a question it, but that's the justification that. Ultimately was part of the ruling. They're not surprising of five to four with a close rolling in conservatives op. And again, we'll take a call here for our guest, and then the take a quick break and come back with more Joseph Marrone. I guess again, managing partner founder of the law firm in in Philadelphia. I must I as we go to the call. I will give you frankly might take for what it's worth. And that is a I see no reason why the Muslim chaplain or or imam. Maybe not an official chaplain shouldn't have been allowed in the chamber with him. And be if the facts of the case were never that much in dispute. Good riddance is my take on this. I'm not exactly an opponent of the notion of capital punishment to Robert in Burlington, Vermont good evening, Robert. Good evening. The decision about marriage is so call marriage. On the law. A quick question. We're we're not really talking about marriage. I don't think are we talking about your you're right under the establishment clause. Okay. Okay. If you have an issue of the establishment clause. Go ahead. Robert, I may maybe I misunderstood. Come up that line of reasoning was of all the systems are being made by some legal body. Either court judge or Justice of appease union law. Used the term marriage very specific allegation and belong to religions. Each religion has its own full of marriage. Marriage instead of common law. All right. Well, looking at the broader picture of of the first amendment in that context, miss Merlin. I would note that while religions clearly have a vested interest in marriage. So too does the state regarding any number of laws having to do with the community property and a host of other legal issues. So you tell us, sir. Well, I I don't disagree. But I think you know, when you get involved with marriage marriage is something more from a legal perspective versus religion. Which is something that's protected under the constitution, and everyone has a free right to choose a religion. And I think this was the focus of this issue of of an individual or this man who was facing death at that time, he had a certain religious belief and he wanted to carry that out. I wanted to be with that person. Unfortunately, he was denied that. Right. And that became the hot button issue in the course that led it to the supreme court that ultimately denied him to have this next to him inside the chamber which really becomes a question of whether or not that was a violation of his constitutional rights. That's hot issue here. And we will come back. We'll explore that in some great detail with our guest Joseph Marrone. He's the managing partner and founder of the Marrone law firm that is online at their name M A R R O N. E L A W dot com. One eight six six five O, JIMBO.

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"eamon" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"eamon" Discussed on Food Psych

"Beliefs about that people is that that people do not have disciplined, and represent kind of be like the uncontrolled uncontained relationship to the more base part of humanity, which is part of us that gets pleasure from food and from sex than these things that our culture is obsessed with controlling and so the uncontrolled relationship to that more quote, unquote. Base. Celebrate the idea that like acting on hunger or sexual desire makes you less human makes you more m Mike is I mean, it's colonialists and it's racist. But it's also complete absurdity quackery, but that's truly at the core of like the Protestant work ethic beside the that likes through self denial that we can become higher beings. And rightly this is also by the way at the core of white suit promises ideology, which about time was required. In order to literally psychologically and spiritually justify the genocide neurotic ation enslavement of people of color since very much see the connections of light. I mean, this is what I'm talking about would be unflinching pursuit of truth worm like really do see the connections between the history of diet culture, and the essentially the rationalization of things like slavery. Because we really seeing is these men of influence who were deciding things like if you can control what you eat, you could control your moral states. These were the same men is were like literally the same man slaps the descendants of the same men who were enslaving and who were colonizing other places. And so you I do released see diet culture is kind of dislike almost like rationalizing. Guilt response. The beginnings of it. I should say I see it as a as as acting in that way, sort of serving very interesting, psychological purpose on a grand cultural scale, and so right leg to kind of guess to return to this. This question about like that phobia, and that being sort of part of diet culture. I think at the end of the day dieting behavior itself is is really a way of of signaling. First of all, if you're a woman, and the swimming that associated just name standard. Eamon points out that if you're a woman dieting is a way that you show, the culture that you understand your role in society and are willing to undertake it, and I think like if you're a person of color or an immigrant, and I you know, as somebody who grew up I was raised by immigrants than a person of color. I certainly now realize that dieting an attempting to be thin was away of simulating into one being a good American into being a good person of color on because these standards of weight superiority standards of bodies appear are based on white men these entire concepts of like who is healthy. Who is who is well, they're based on SIS gender, white, man. And so. Yup. Who were at the time, especially like in the eighteen hundreds and still to this day sort of seat, but explicitly in the eighteen hundred seen as the evolutionary top of the top like the top of evolutionary food chain was a white northern European male says gender male. So and that ideologies still exists to this day. Even though it's not as explicit in most corners of our society. But it has totally trickle down in this idea of like what health is quote unquote supposed to look like. Yes, absolutely dieting, diet culture, as we know it simply would not make any sense, if we accepted the fact that people come in all different sizes that if people have negative attitudes based on someone because of their size. It is their responsibility to resolve their bigotry, not another person's job to accommodate their bigotry. I mean, like there are just so many things that would shift if we. We actually thought that phobia for what it is which is a form of berry harmful bigotry. But look I wanted to say one last sort of thing on the on the history piece misses something kind of just beginning to research, but a more contemporary example of this like interesting historical reverberation around that phobia, diet culture etcetera and the manipulation of movement. Ak exercise is like the fitness test, which I think everyone is certainly had to take it..

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"eamon" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"eamon" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"eamon" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"eamon" Discussed on Double Toasted

"'cause this here's wildest ride in. But I agree that. Eamon thing. But I associate CPA Dane through they'll train que- the suspect you need would just grassy. See if some high growth on that second part? I would have been like I'm at Disneyland the greatest movie ever, but they don't do that. They just go. Here's a secret plan. And and then okay. So now, they're trapped and honestly, the one of the big scene actually this scene that Connor drew for us with the Nick things in the buzzsaw and stuff like that. We're not gonna talk about because as much as I guess, quote, unquote iconic scene from this movie. It's boring to us. It is boring. It's an action scene that leads to just a sight gag and body humor in more puns slapstick. But no. But the thing is so they do the trap or whatever. And then they launched the buzzsaw ever at their next as we saw in the beginning. Like, oh, this is supposed to be big and terrifying. But they're able to outrun. It's is that like. The other guy was running for me stopped and got ran over. But these guys are able to outrun it. And then they do, oh, we gotta jump into the cavern they explode which metal doesn't fucking do. But then they fall into mud pit. And then everything's fine and dandy. They fight for a little bit. The magnetism creates hilarious hijinks. And that's all this movie. Does those types of hijinks over and over and over again? It's just lazy. It is. It's lazy. It's poorly shot. It's all these things that aren't good when there's so much opportunity for it to be good because this movie like I said has a great framework. It's really solid when it comes to some of the story elements because you have Jim west when they finally become close opened up about why he's after love this. Why he wants to go after this because the whole time they're arguing they hate each other. They're two different worlds. Colliding and his rationale for wine to go after loveless is actually pretty heartfelt. How was it? You know, so much about the desert anyway lived out here as a boy is rose body Indians. Take a look at this. That's desert washed one of the world's greatest hunters. She'll kill the tarantula layer eggs inside so babies last food when they had foreshadowing sent plantation boy ran away soon as my legs were strong enough.

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"eamon" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"eamon" Discussed on Double Toasted

"'cause this here's wildest ride in. But I agree that. Eamon thing. But I associate CPA Dane through they'll train que- the suspect you need would just grassy. See if some high growth on that second part? I would have been like I'm at Disneyland the greatest movie ever, but they don't do that. They just go. Here's a secret plan. And and then okay. So now, they're trapped and honestly, the one of the big scene actually this scene that Connor drew for us with the Nick things in the buzzsaw and stuff like that. We're not gonna talk about because as much as I guess, quote, unquote iconic scene from this movie. It's boring to us. It is boring. It's an action scene that leads to just a sight gag and body humor in more puns slapstick. But no. But the thing is so they do the trap or whatever. And then they launched the buzzsaw ever at their next as we saw in the beginning. Like, oh, this is supposed to be big and terrifying. But they're able to outrun. It's is that like. The other guy was running for me stopped and got ran over. But these guys are able to outrun it. And then they do, oh, we gotta jump into the cavern they explode which metal doesn't fucking do. But then they fall into mud pit. And then everything's fine and dandy. They fight for a little bit. The magnetism creates hilarious hijinks. And that's all this movie. Does those types of hijinks over and over and over again? It's just lazy. It is. It's lazy. It's poorly shot. It's all these things that aren't good when there's so much opportunity for it to be good because this movie like I said has a great framework. It's really solid when it comes to some of the story elements because you have Jim west when they finally become close opened up about why he's after love this. Why he wants to go after this because the whole time they're arguing they hate each other. They're two different worlds. Colliding and his rationale for wine to go after loveless is actually pretty heartfelt. How was it? You know, so much about the desert anyway lived out here as a boy is rose body Indians. Take a look at this. That's desert washed one of the world's greatest hunters. She'll kill the tarantula layer eggs inside so babies last food when they had foreshadowing sent plantation boy ran away soon as my legs were strong enough.

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"eamon" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"eamon" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"DJ Eamon is in the mic on L A's. Hip hop morning show the cruise show one oh, six number one off. Off. What what was? So. A violence violence. Big big big large bills for now. Flipped. I will send up. A look kills all do all gross eating contest. Sounds those allies border jets. Nothing is allies more than checks. Pillow bed. You should get real fast. I got. Yup. Invest. Go past. Clip. But nothing. Check. Was happening CJ. Two six five she'll play a house. I'm again. Syria world of us my teacher boy. Clean on the play. Watch a vacuum meadow. Yeah. Say. If you love me. Chain. Minute volvo. Mandate. Yeah. Thank you. Definitely. So. Chechen? Jimmy. Show. She sat down leave me. She hedge girl. Still keep it up. Keep the. Excellent. Speaking. Kelly. Two. Online. Yeah. Love love..

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"eamon" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"eamon" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Three one two zero four fifty eight twenty two that's three one zero four fifty eight twenty two boys. Cosmetic we're making. You. Look good is what they do. Eamon is in the mix on hip. Hop morning show the show one zero six number one for hip hop. So bad over a virus violence. Coco. Sending bullets kill Albro skied in the cards. On monday. Borden jets? Nothing is more than check. I don't really need a. As such. Cast Shakaville fast. I guess. Funny. Go pat. Clip. Thirty eight. Don. Gordon? At the end..

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"eamon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"eamon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Don't know. What to do? They wanna say Donny is what? Why? Oh, why I can't play them. I don't think she had butt injections. I really really really now. I'm wondering if Madonna everyone has, you know, leakage problem or something? Lisa arena. Always doors. The sleek ones for the. The padding is in between your legs, not, you know. These depends under the depends underwear diaper pants is what it looks like she is wearing when I am looking at this. And maybe that's why she wore a Cape where at the to their re of Franklin because these are. Okay, whatever. Yeah. No. This is radio. But it it just really it. It is it is the bring in something tomorrow Laurie. We're going to take a picture. And and see you have a depends diaper under permanent home because I'm not willing to buy one. I'm not either. But I've got like, you know, if we are traveling pillows those little pillows that where you put on your neck and put one in each butt cheek. I it looks like yeah. I bet we could accomplish this. No at the med. Remember there to Laurie? Yes. At the met though, when she performed she had like a Kaftan on she's been performing in some things. And you know, I don't know if she's gone to Niki. Eamon nauseous enhancing, doctor or if she fighting, you know. You know, like, I said a little I don't know old people incontinence. Yes. I am just all right. We're done. It's just so shocking when someone goes from and just decides. I've done everything in my face. I need to focus on a new area Daily Mail has a photo of her from the met. Golly. In two thousand sixteen and there's nothing there. She looks normal in twenty-six. But we saw something am I saw a shelf of we saw the alleged was began to form. He's always television. Not thighs. Give.

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BBC, Montreal and President discussed on Politics and Public Policy Today

Politics and Public Policy Today

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

BBC, Montreal and President discussed on Politics and Public Policy Today

"Still to come on the arts. Montreal some comedy show Eamon el-husseini on being a woman you get some. Arab woman's life and two words marriage and, waxing

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nerdy things we have in common

Covert Nerd Podcast

11:18 min | 3 years ago

nerdy things we have in common

"Hello time. and welcome to the covert podcast. Today we'll be talking about focusing on the things we have in common then wrestling podcast. I know you will love. Lastly, we'll take a look at a comic book that takes a dark twist on the biblical flood. So let's get started. From two thousand ten to twenty thirteen. I went to San Diego Comecon for those who no, I is the biggest con in America and maybe even in the world, I'm not exactly sure. However, it has an incredible amount of people that attend over one hundred and twenty five thousand people come to the con- and the all have the same passion for all things nerdy for one person. It might be the passion for superman for another. It might be an obsession with the twilight movies. Many of these people would sit for days in line to tend to panel for their favorite TV show or movie. The camaraderie was thick, and that's the case with most cons. We all have a commonality about what we nerd out about. Do I agree with all of them on social issues like abortion, no. Do I agree with them on political issues like Republican versus democrat? No, I agree with them on getting together and earning out about the lake. Marvel story arc, yeah, for some of them I do. So instead of name calling and insulting each other about the things we disagree on, why not focus on what we do agree on, find common ground and invest time in that, and you might be shocked at the other things you will find you do agree on. This allows both parties to listen to each other before the walls come up because now we're comfortable with each other on the things we have in common, and we like to nerd out about in today's era of polarization we seem to spend more time focusing on things we disagree on might just be one little thing instead of the things we have in common so much so that we won't even spend holidays like thanksgiving together because of those things we disagree about over at not your pastors podcast. They were talking about Christians being divisive about their political views so much so that members witness OSI it with with each other. Now you would think out of all the people Christians could unite regardless of political views. I'm sure I interact with many people who don't have the same worldview as I do not just at cons. I'm sure you do too. It doesn't matter because as long as we try to stay focused on the one or two things we have in common, whether it's fishing or baseball, or coin collecting football or podcasting, whatever it is focused on those things and spend time together doing those things that you have in common and the things you disagree on. Won't matter as much. Talk about the things you have in common. Tell stories about the things you have in common expound on what you have in common and nerd it up. Make your commonalities bigger than your differences. All the sudden you're differences. Don't seem so big compared to the size of the things that you have in common the impact you can have on other people. When you have a common focus can be huge. Use the nerdy things you like to unite instead of divide each other. For example. Maybe as a kid, you collected masters of the universe figures. Talk about that. Talk about the figures you had. Maybe the other person likes the same figures you had when you were a kid, maybe they had some of the same excess review did like castle gray scholar, snake mountain, or maybe they did different things to modify their figures that you might think are cool or maybe you did the modifications, whatever it is, talk about those things and tell about when I got this figure for Christmas, I was so excited or I got this figure at a clearance sale at stores and picked it up for only two dollars. Talk about those stories together. You'd be surprised at how well you can mash in connect with the person when you have that commonality so that when the differences come up, maybe it won't be so divisive because you'll be focusing on some of the things that you have in common with that person. Now, on a similar note, I read recently about people using dungeons and dragons to help kids with autism and social anxiety. People living with autism spectrum disorder, experienced challenges with communication. So social action, and sometimes they display restrictive and re repetitive behavior. Organizations like game to grow us tabletop role playing games to help teens, adolescence and emerging adults become more confident, creative and socially capable. The inherent benefits of tabletop role playing games are numerous and become even more beneficial. If intentionally facilitated by professional the games, encourage communication and team building in the fun safe environment. Now, Dr. Raphael Baca moslo I probably mispronounced the name. So I'm sorry in advance. The clinical director of take this uses DVD to help teens who are struggling to daft solid social skills. They learned those tough to teach aspects of socializing, like procreate communication, forming friendships, empathy, and other social nuances. As you can see unity in something like tabletop gaming, like dean D. Is being used to help those people in difficult places. In this situation, it helps others relax open up about what they're struggling with in the process. They inadvertently learn new skills on clued links to the game to grow organization and the take this group in the show notes. So please go to covert ner dot net to find out exactly what they're doing. You can see some of the pictures read about some of the gaming setups that they have and maybe participate in what they're doing in your local community. I found that and thought it was something that I needed to share because it's something taking something nerdy something we have in common and using it to help others. Now it's time to do some podcast recommending if you like wrestling in the eighties and nineties, like I did, you'll love the podcast something to wrestle with Bruce Prichard. It's hosted by Bruce pressured, also known as brother love in the WWF back in the late eighties, early nineties and superfan Conrad Thompson. As I mentioned, I was a big WWF fan from about eighty seven to ninety three. It's great podcasts because you can revisit those old storylines if that's the timeframe you liked. Now, I should preface Bruce Richard was involved from, I believe, eighty seven. So after wrestlemainia three and was off and on with WWF until I think two thousand three or two thousand four. So he covers a pretty big, broad span, broad span of time. Not just the time I'm talking about. So if you watched wrestling from the late eighties to early two, thousands, he has some firsthand accounts of what was going on. On behind the scenes and he's a fantastic storyteller. His impersonations of Vince McMahon are priceless. That's almost worth listening to the podcast alone to hear him to his impersonation of inst- McMahon, the popularity of this podcast skyrocketed so much. They have hundreds of thousands of downloads per episode. I highly recommend it for any race wrestling fan. They highlight wrestlers. They highlight some of the paper views the highlight some frames, so it's great. Just go check it out. They have a big archive that you can go back to. Sometimes they'll just fire up an old survivor series from say, nineteen Ninety-seven just watch it together and you can hear their commentary as they're watching the event. Lots of Riecke simply search in your podcast app for something to wrestle and you will find it and I'll put a link in the show. No, so you can find it easier as well. I wanted to mention a comic book that just read literally a few days ago called dark arc. It's by aftershocks comics. It is an excellent. Book and I'll just read the solicit here and you can hear exactly what it's about. The wickedness of mankind has moved the creator to destroy the world by way of the flood. Noah has been tasked with building an art to save his family in the animals of the world, but this is not. Noah story for darker powers have commanded the source or SRI to build his own arc and save the unnatural creatures of the world such as bam, Pires dragons, Nagara and the Mana core. But what will happen on a vessel crawling with monsters where insidious intrigue and horrific violence are the rule of law from the writer Colin Bunn who did X men blue deadpool envenom in artist, one DOE American monster world reader comes a sinister tale of biblical proportions that had to be told at aftershocks comics. Like I said, I've read issues one through five, five is what they're up to as of this recording. And I think the concept is fantastic. The storytelling is compelling, the artist. Great. Callin does a good job of keeping the story moving along at a good pace. However, he threw. Goes out a few bread crumbs of possible ways. He might take the story in later issues just enough to keep you reading and wondering what is going to happen happen next at issue five, the rain stops. Now I assume this would be a limited series run at first thinking about it. When I mean is you're probably not going to see this, go to issue three hundred, four hundred like some other titles do I could be wrong. They could go ahead and take the story after the land or excuse me after the water subsides and they can get back out on land and maybe show the interaction with the unnatural creatures with the humans on this new world that they came upon after the flood. I don't know, but I think it's definitely worth the time for you to pick this one up and check it out on clued. Lincoln the show notes to where you can read more about it and look at some of the art. It's shutout time if you'd like a shot on this podcast, that'd be more than glad to do shot out for you. Simply engage me on Twitter, Instagram. I'm on those two primarily, but I do have a Facebook page. You can also Eamon email me CNN at covert, nerd dot net, and that'd be glad shot out your name on the podcast for now I want to mention those who have engaged me on social media, Alex, and Jason at the not your pastors podcast. Also, Jamie Embry at the podcast called that one time I was abducted by aliens. Excellent podcast. Check him out. The green door podcast is a token podcast, had some interaction with those folks, and then Stephen S P at the better podcasting, podcasts, thanks guys. If you want to get a shot on the podcast, hit me up on social media or send me an email. Now I still am giving out a free Nate hamlet print to the first person who messages me on Twitter, Instagram simply message me the phrase Nate Hamill art, and I'll send it out to you. You do need to be eighteen to get this though, but only have one. So the first person that does that gets the art. So thank you for listening simply go to covert nerd dot net to find out how you can. Subscribe on apple or Android devices and found out how you can contact me there as well. All my social media links are there. I have a speak pipe link if you want to send me an audible message, that would be great too, or you can email me whatever you would like to do. So again, thanks for listening and we'll see you next time.

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Thousands gather for Winnie Madikizela-Mandela memorial

Global News Podcast

02:21 min | 3 years ago

Thousands gather for Winnie Madikizela-Mandela memorial

"For now allegations of rape of not been confirmed by the police because they are waiting for a forensic report after which will be conclusively able to tell us if the girl was raped known buddy al people out on the streets yuma nanjiani speaking from the whole just before we move on reminder that every week carrie gracie gathers a panel of experts today sacked one of the big stories in the news one issue on our it's cooled the real story this week it's our plastic addiction that gets the real story treatment and you'll find it wherever you get your podcasts and still to come in this podcast that moment i felt totally humiliated really fragile and helpless i put my shame in fierce site to speak about it and there was a massive response social media how a female sports reporter in brazil challenged the blatant sexism that she and her colleagues face today a memorial service for the antiapartheid activist winnie medic azali mandela has been held in soweto thousands of people attended the ceremony at the orlando sports stadium the service began with a choir singing south africa's national anthem millions watched the ceremony on tv and as the service got underway winnie mandela's faithful supporters along with the great and the good of south africa paid tribute her life and achievements as nelson mandela's second wife she was for years the most visible figure head of the struggle against a eight catapulted into the political spotlight when her husband was sentenced to life imprisonment but she's also seen by many as a highly controversial and divisive figure today however they were reminders that when eamon della was also a mother and a grandmother this tribute from one of her great granddaughters the best warm in the world that best five four people i am so call myself her great grandchild being mommy.

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