19 Burst results for "Eliya"
"eliya" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds
"To be right exactly and you know speaking of good shoes because i think these these kids. They'll good job of this. You guys you got to watch the kids. Because you never know. I'm gonna go. I'm gonna go to trae. I what do we. What are we continue to learn and not too much about him. But he's kind of like he's he's kind of the kid that That i can identify what a little because he can. You know he's right on that line a little bit where he's like. The parents are like okay. He's here and he's doing his homework. He's in school. He's doing this but Trey got another sizable 'cause he hid it from his parents right right and so trey is the firstborn trae is the very reason that ultimate disruptors retired from super villainy. Right she found out she was pregnant. And it's just symbolic to real life go os who have planned right. We wanna do. I wanna travel when by house but you know they get pregnant so plans after put aside. is a very quiet Very quiet very shy. Very strong will on both of his parents And so obviously due to his powers and abilities he's not allowed to fight. He's not allowed. We thought we we spoke on earlier about passions in following our dreams. Train has the ability to heal very fast So obviously Out of fear of them you know their identities being reveal. He's he was taken out of fighting early on. You can't fight. You can't fight in the real leagues can't buy the big leads. And that's what he dreams doing. So he is forced to fight underground and this underground illegal Superhuman fighting league and that kind of has resent each that kind of draws resentment from his parents. He resents his parents for for what he is right. And what i cannot do. And he's twenty one years. He's a grown man. He can't even figure out what he wants to do because his parents have him on this leash on so once he finds out whose parents really used to be. I think that's going to open up another can of problems and then to we're going to move to The but younger son. Who is a super genius. After like who was about to like they definitely gotta have him on a superhero team when you're out Because he's over here inviting suites where you don't have to worry about sugar and diabetes. All this kind of stuff. i was like. That's pretty cool. Yeah touch it will. Touch is eight years old. He is a super genius as a superpower super intelligence he has a combined. I q with a newton einstein and so many others Todd is one of the characters that i'm very afraid of Because i know his And i know what he is What his again. What he's capable of and what he will do He is a lot like his mother Which is very dangerous. He's a lot like his mom And opinionated He's very arrogant. magic being eight. And you know you're the smartest person One of the smartest people on the planet. And you definitely know that the smartest person in the room so there's again there's a chip on his shoulder. His genius is being limited. This is a guy this is. Somebody cure cancer when he was four years old. He can't he can't release that to the public again. It's going to reveal their identities and so that's his resentment towards his ear. It said he can't realize genius can't be actually fully realized. Yeah just how it just so cool like this so imagine like somebody that has accomplished all this and he's like look on already yawn. I ran for and we were we. Were you read a issue if you haven't done done so already. You won't be ready for it. He he's got what he reveals So easy wall is amazon. Right i was gonna say you all again but on the will ever see you. Look at me all over the place here. S all right then. Okay so we're gonna talk about the door here in the in the Family what now. She looks like she just wants to live her best. Cheerleader dan life. But i think there's something else going on here you know you're you're absolutely right like eliya doesn't want she doesn't want these powers she doesn't want to be so secret like this is a girl who's living teenager social media age. She wants to be seen. She wants to be loved. She wants to have normal life. She's out she likes money she likes is she wants to be out here like you said living her best light and she again. She can't do that because they're such shackles on who they are. The kids only know that they have superpowers. Know their parents have powers. they know they have superpowers. And this is in this world alone Power that's not. that's not a secret. The secret is that their parents used to be the villains and so they don't know these things you know they just think they have a strict debt and a strict mom So a leah is one of my favorite. She is a party girl And she is someone who is really She's like her father a lot. Very strong willed But she also has resentment towards her parents because she feels that they won't let her be great And so when the family has to deal all these outside attacks right real threat you know. The real threat is going to be You know coming from within but make no mistake. This is a very strong lack family And so What you won't see is disbandment or divorce or that kind of stuff. They'll work their issues that we all must but at the end of the day the stand strong and the evans job is to protect the levels. Well listen we're not ready for the. I'm just gonna say right now. We're not ready for the eagles. Speaking a witch we gotta talk about Well first of all let me talk about issues three. I wanna go to that first because the cover is dope there's micromax behind the family. They're already looks like a tv show to me. So i'm just like. I love these covers by the way can't wait for issue for can i saw that That a title reveal as well. But i wanna talk to you about The kind of segue here a little bit about a filmmaker noelle Branam let me know if i'm pronouncing wrong you. You're now saying actually right all right so talk about that connection and entering that world because i cannot. I'm like such a fair right now than i wanna remorse and i cannot wait to with. This will look like onscreen. Yes so early on. I knew i've written a lot of comic books. Obviously everybody who writes their comic books would love to see their comic books adapted into the big city. The silver screen. I mean that goes without saying But i knew early on when creating this..
"eliya" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
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"eliya" Discussed on Future Ecologies
"So we've got this. Real focus on identifying problems around the environment which is critical and important work, but it means that we're highly skewed towards only hearing about problems and solutions, we hear very little about though I would say we're in the midst of a big change around that social media has only made this worse because the algorithms favor content that provokes an emotional response and inflames tensions. Were exposed to certain media certain messages, we internalize it. We share it with others, and we might forget that other points of view even exist. Back in two thousand ten, the same year as you're Obama Clip, Ellen had a manuscript for a children's book called not your typical book about the environment, and even though I published lots of books, it was the hardest book I've ever. Tried to get published. And that's because different publishers all said to me. If it's hopeful, it must not be about the environment, which really as a researcher was incredibly edifying, because it reminded me that this is a narrative that that is so entrenched. We don't even recognize it. And for Ellen, it's not just about the endless stream of examples of the world falling apart in front of our eyes, depressing projections from scientists, warning us about just how dire things are and how much worse they may become. It's how we frame the next steps I'm not saying. Don't worry, but I'm saying it's not that no one's done anything. We also have the starting line Phallus. See where you know. It sounds as if we always talk about the future. If we do this, then that will happen I. Think we need to talk in the present and the past because we've done that and people are doing this then. This is what is likely to unfold. The starting line fallacy is a pervasive trope in climate change reporting headlines that read we have ten years to limit climate change. Catastrophe warns United Nations messages that express the urgency, but also make it seem like we're all still sitting on our hands. Somebody do something that's not to say that we couldn't be doing more, but by making it sound like we're always at the starting line of a race. That just keeps getting longer. It only serves to deepen our echoing. And for most people, it frankly doesn't help actually me of Xenos Paradox. What's that are? Are you down for a little bit of a tangent? Sure late on me? Alright Zeno of Eliya was a Greek philosopher who posited a series of mind, splitting paradoxes, but the one that's most relevant to the starting line fallacy is this. Let's say you mental are staring at a giant red mushroom heretofore unknown to science somewhere off in the distance. Okay so basically I'm Mario in this hypothetical situation. Watch okay so magical Mike that you are you start running towards the mushroom. Now would you grant that to get to the mushroom of your desires you? I have to run halfway there. Yes yeah, that makes sense that's cleared off right. So. You get halfway there great. Can't wait drooling over this mushroom, okay? Now. You're at the halfway point. Would you grant that as before you have to once again? Travel halfway between you're now standing and where the mushroom actually is to be able to eventually get there. Oh! I can see where this is going exactly. Xenos Paradox you'll never actually make it to the mushroom of your dreams because before you get there. You always have to go half the distance between where you are and where it is, that is so profoundly frustrating. It makes not start running it all right. When the goalpost keeps moving. But of course you can refute this paradox by just stepping outside and running to the nearest woodland and grabbing a mushroom. No problem right. So I can see what Elena saying. That this starting line fallacy. Not only prevents us from thinking that we can make it to the goal. And therefore trying to make it to the goal. But also noticing the progress that we've already made and are currently making, there's all these innovations that are actively happening and I. Think what's really important is to look at these us. What trends are already in place that we can amplify and are amplifying that have a positive impact rather than making it sound like what should we do? HOW INSPIRING IS! That's not very inspiring. So where can we look for inspiration? The answer is in bright spots. Yes so bright spots in fact I think it's a term that I I came upon it in the humanitarian world for need workers for example or those who are working in highly impoverished areas with look at where are places doing better than they should have like rather than looking saying we know that hunger malnutrition is a huge problem in this area. You would know that that's the case and understand the the broad societal issues that are contributing to that. At the same time you might say, but where are the places where people are actually healthier than they shouldn't be compared to other people? What are they doing? What are they doing differently? So by studying bright spots? You have the capacity to see what enhances something. Than to continuously look at what's contributing to its demise. This keys into a whole theory of design called Bio Mimicry. Basically that nature has had three point eight billion years to prototype test and refine lifeforms to thrive in practically any environment. If, we want to solve a design problem. We can just look for an organism that has a similar problem in nature and see how we can copy it. So much for human exceptionalism right? Yeah, I mean. There are classic examples like modeling. The shape of wind turbine blades on the fins of humpback whales. Or knows of a bullet train after kingfisher. Both of these inspirations reduce. And increase efficiency, but we can use these positive examples. This kind of solutions based thinking in all sorts of ways besides product design for instance finding ways to save one of the poster. Children of Climate Change Dune. Coral reefs. Ellen brought up the work of an environmental scientist. Of Joshua, center who asked where are areas where Corey, so doing better than the should be and so by doing that he was able to show that local ownership makes a huge difference, so if you have a say in what happens around that reef, then even though you may be reef very close to a million people a collaborator away from you, you still tend to do better, and so what I think is so exciting about bright spots. It makes a lot of sense because then he can say oh, we should look with these kinds of qualities or when we're bringing in policy changes. It tells you what you want to enhance rather than continuing to tell you. What's broken bone something? Our perception of the world and our capacity within it all boils down to narrative. All communication is storytelling. Storytelling is the frame the questions we ask and the questions we omit the choice of words. Reality is infinitely complex, and by definition any attempt to condense it into a mental image. Leave some troops behind which I think as podcasts editors. We can appreciate totally. This actually reminds me of a book. I read by ecological philosopher Timothy Morton. He notes that we simply cannot think. Let alone talk without telling stories..
"eliya" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"eliya" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"eliya" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Economic Crisis Rattles Venezuelan Cattle Ranchers
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from frame bridge they make custom framing easy and affordable frame your art in photos at frame bridge dot com or visit their new stores located on Fourteenth Street and Bethesda row. Get fifteen percent off your first frame bridge order with Code N._P._R.. In Venezuela the food shortage there is such a crisis that millions of Venezuelans have left the country in the Western plains ranters dairy farmers find themselves pushing up many factors preventing them from ramping. Ramping up production everything from gasoline shortages to cattle wrestlers John Otis reports Jose Arteaga leads me on a tour of a slaughterhouse in the western Venezuelan town of my cheek is yes in the nineteen ninety s it was one of the largest in Latin America Arteaga and other workers killed in process seven hundred beef cattle per day. There were three shifts. The work was is nonstop Arteaga says today the pens shoots and killing floors are empty due to nationwide. White blackouts the facility is dark with pigeons flying around near the ceiling. The decline of Venezuela's meat and dairy industry has been a long time in the making it started in the two thousands when Venezuela's Socialist government seized is numerous ranches and milk plants as well as the machecas Slaughterhouse which critics contend was badly managed more recently as Venezuela has sunk into its worst economic crisis in history. There's been an outbreak of crime in rural rural areas and move US loose arrows. He thought people as you. Angelini says that famous recently stole two hundred forty cattle from his much his ranch they offered. Offered to release the animals in exchange for a ransom payment twenty four thousand dollar ransom for your two hundred forty head of cattle. Yes that's a lot yes a lot of money and you don't have ranchers face other hurdles. The collapse flaps Venezuela's oil industry coupled with U._S.. Sanctions against President Nicolas Maduro authoritarian government of leaded gasoline shortages spare parts and vaccines are also scarce says powered Marcus who heads the cattle ranchers. This federation in my cheek is we don't have the supplies tractors or on gasoline that you know all the all the things to make work in the farm and we have to reduce the for a a few years ago Venezuela had fifteen million head of cattle but Marcus says that number has fallen by more than half meat production has contracted by two-thirds a._F._D._C. Salon. I mean we will Kayla. Soldano Kenneka bus when meat is available. Marcus says that most Venezuelans are too poor to purchase it now. Ranchers and machecas are simply trying to survive. Eliya among them is Nester Romeo his four hundred acre dairy farm. It's been in his family for more than one hundred years yellow. Marino get throttled Neil yes if I fell only five even dollar but he he says his two sons have no intention of taking over the farm when Rome at a retires one recently left Venezuela now lives in Dallas by now. It's late afternoon in time to milk the cows but there's a problem blackouts followed by power surges when the lights come back on have damaged Romero's storage tanks unable to refrigerate milk you.
"eliya" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"The neighborhood Leah halo. Hello there. Leah eliya. I hate it win. And people don't use their big nose. Yes. And, you know, automatic signal us it could be three four in the morning, whatever or even in a parking lot. I still throw all my signal here, man. Like now, I gotta guest at your turn in or even when you merge over into a lane. And I'm like come on man, you know. You know, what's another one man is when you let somebody in traffic, and they don't give you the the acknowledgement down put the handle it can't hurt man like wash. And even let you in especially when it's a strong lady like, oh, keep going in there man, ain't, you know, even if I'm behind you can see through the window or even put my hand out the window like eight, you know, thank you come on. Back easy call. Normally if someone let's be and I kind of take the courtesy to let another person in front of me to you know, what I mean like that. I don't do that. If I let you in don't let nobody else. What I'm leaving concert or something? Because. Not had somebody in and they made the light. And you didn't. Somebody has waiting menu. Like, a turn turn turn if they look up, then they take the light. And you don't and you get stuck and you get stuff, and I just put like fifteen I hate it. When. I hate it. When I just put put a holding up their y'all hate us..
"eliya" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"You don't need to talk to all this out side, people straight. Yeah. You have to ask permission to do anything like this game and go to the bathroom. For me is that they have to peak outside and ask for food to go to the bathroom score was like I hadn't eaten for days, and I was pounding on the floor to get permission to eat food. And then each girl has a room, and then there was like this one room where where yet sexual the girls, and they were doing a tour of this house in the curl was started crying, which saw this room. And she's like, I can't even oh academy. Tell you about the happening. There doesn't it's a lot. And then to make it even worse. Some of the girls are really young like fifteen. Oh, well, Eliya, and or she was one of them shoe was I oh shit. Dude. What more do you need to know about the guy is that a Lia was like fourteen when he started. Yeah. I remember that. And she started saying that love is just our age is oh shit because she was fucking R Kelly. Someone had our passports and shot her shop. Yeah. Is that the one that died p? Yeah. Fuck man, definitely watch that. There's a couple of things I won't this. I don't get it. Like, did they actually rehearse it? Because there's backup singers. And they they know. Pass. I saw this. I like my. Yeah. He's like Aladdin on the carpet. Right. He's literally like working like sticking. Yes. This is probably before the internet was biggies. Like nobody's ever got. I feel like this is a Disney ri- potentially. Oh, oh, wow. Yeah. That's fantastic airplay need on as you. Say daddy. This is the ultimate now. Yeah. The guy right there. Just think of what though that's Larry as you could see his face from bottle. Guy. I love this. He's so Basha. If you're going to do something. I was gonna say that earlier on because talking if you're gonna do something like the Jews cross like be passionate about a man. There's too much out. There do that. If you don't wanna be fucking doing what you're doing be the Jews cross guy. Papers out get the holy war. And there's the enemy over there. Got to keep going having too much fun. I should stop. But this. Yeah. This was fucking stupid shit. Okay. So my theory. Okay..
"eliya" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Welcome you back into Buffalo Wild Wings, north west ninth street, great to have your weather's. And once again, the the visual aid has been brought by Brian flay, which tells it all thanks to that Eliya shot. And so many other things that happened in that great basketball game this past Sunday. It was a complete sweep on the part of the Oregon state women's basketball team. Knock it off Colorado and Utah. We'll talk about the men's sweep was acting traced in the second half hour, but it is a pleasure, and please join me in welcoming Oregon state women's basketball, coach, Scott Pruitt. Buffalo Wild Wings. Good evening. Coach good evening. Can we talk about traces shot? How about that shot? Congratulated monitor watching it. I was like that was cold-blooded big-time shot. I mean, that's how you win road game shots. Yeah. And so we can talk about Leia's six for whatever. Yeah. Those kids do but that was a big shots. That was unbelievable. I was so happy for him and the guys. Yeah. No, you're right, Scott that was big time. And we will talk about it. He hit another one of those two in that same stretch after big g got a big rebound last week. We had the pleasure when you weren't here to visit with the Leo with Cordell with Mattie, Washington. And just that that sense that you sharing about how happy you work for trace. I know that all of your players were for the men the men were getting back from Utah. Getting a chance some of them to see the game on Sunday and your sweep we are all family is family. Yeah. It is. Oh, we're win or lose. We're pulling for each other all the time know, and then when you win it's even better when you hit big shots, even better. So yeah. Good times right now. And that was big, and we'll talk to trace about it. A little bit later you. We just heard one shot the weekend. Coach was let's let's go to work our way into we've got a couple of segments with you. You took care of business, and you swept the Colorado game taking care of business seems to be the right grades. You played well and won handily. We'll get to Sunday in a moment. But let's start with Brian. And your thoughts about the Colorado went. Well, it was a great win..
"eliya" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"So I thought googling just to cover all bases because you know, want to make sure that I'm not judging a book by its cover. And she uses these stories to establish that the author of this book Sebastian Martin is a keen remote viewer. Who has incredible visions has always inside a knowledge, and he's the real deal. She knows this because all his visions about her life. Which true? He's information was one hundred percent accurate. So this this woman Leigh Casey, she claims to be the former finance advisor to the Iraqi ministry of defence under M T TCI. She's the was the program manager with the US. Army corps of engineers is both for the US department of defense and former chief of staff she was the capacity development of visor for Iraq construction management office for the US department department of state some like okay that gives me some things to Google. So I thought googling her nothing account fund anything about her a change some of the search terms still nothing. Eventually I found hit. But to do it. I had to Google only results that included the name Eliya and then finance advisor to the Iraqi minister ministry of defence NS tasty. Dash I when I giggled that nothing made sense except for one link which was a the next cell spreadsheet XL spreadsheet hosted on a Saudi Arabian fall sharing website somewhere. All right, and it's cold mail contacts is e so download this exp excel spreadsheet, and it's weet. It's a weed spreadsheet. It looks to be a collection of contact information. And it's basically two sheets to sheet excel file, and it's broken into female contacts and mile contacts, and the FEMA the first thing that says is the females below a low. Located in the is e so I thought thinking what's the is e and the is e is the military term for the international zone in Iraq after the warden. So okay that matches up. So I start scanning through the names that are in this spreadsheet, and I come across people like Kathy Baja who's the MS tasty ministry of defence infrastructure adviser. It's got her a rock phone number MSI phone number and her desk number and her Email addresses. It's dawn hell finger from the US air force. She's the captain of the Mary rose O'Brien an associate of a Brian. It's got Karen McNally from the British embassy. Her Email address, her Iraqi phone number. It's got Sarah Lovell from ideal innovations Inc. A defense contractor with the B I S A badging system. This sounds like this almost sounds like I mean, it could just be. She I guess an arbitrary spreadsheet. But it also sounds like espionage sounds like an ESPN spreadsheet a question of information. It's just contact numbers. But I do start wondering should I have this file is this bad to me? Thank you. I'll put it in the show. But as I'm scanning down the list, I see the name Elliott, Casey the woman who wrote the forward to this book, claiming she was told the inside information about the Iraqi secret space program, she's on this list. She's listed as the deputy program manager full Stanley, bike a hill, and I pay and she's clearly if I mean, this document looks a hundred percent legit always PayPal legit. She was a contractor working for the department of defense in Iraq. She is she says she's so her Savy's real yet. So I'm like, maybe I shouldn't throw this book in the been. So I look at the mile contact lists. And it gets even we'd from their Scott like department of defense guys on their. It's their personal phone numbers. Got the Danish people from the Danish embassy Dave Burge as from blackwater, blackwater Gazal, man, Dick, Cheney's, blackberry, and I'm. Cheney's direct line. Ed Sealy the from the bureau of international narcotics. Lauren Folsom the phase in Afghanistan, Iraq and Jordan support division. What is it hasn't scrolling through this list? I say like everyone's the full name first name Stein. I say dodger dodger the name dodger. And he's the doughnut. Shop owner. This. Shop is also known as DOJ Joe's all the Bagdad cafe it's he's Email address. And he's fun number in the is e nationals. This is. Espionage, stop gone on who's DOJ Joe. What's the doughnut? Shop is that like a a draw spies is this guy? Yeah..
"eliya" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Kelly has been a glaring omission for years allegations of abusive followed R Kelly for three decades and to be clear, it's not the story of a star just hooking up with a groupie Kelly has been accused of something like running a cult women have said that they were kept in his home as prisoners abused physically and emotionally a sex tape emerged and was viewed around the country. And it seemed to show that Kelly was molesting a minor. He was tried in two thousand and eight and acquitted Kelly has denied everything and by and large his fans and everyone around him have stuck by him that may finally be changing because of a six part documentary called surviving R Kelly which just aired on lifetime. The Georgia DA is now investigating Kelly, and there were protests last week it his record label covered on WNYC news. We are tired. We are tired of the news like omitting meeting on ignoring the testimony, stories and fights. Black survivors. We we believe last survivors. We believe last survivors. We New Yorkers Jilani Cobb wrote this an expose typically indicts the character of its subject surviving R Kelly indicts public that knew of his character. And did nothing about it. A public. They constructed an elaborate architecture of denial and has chosen to live in it. Gilani Cobb sat down to talk with dream Hampton, the documentaries producer just want to start with a basic question. Which is who is our Kelly. He is both a beloved songwriter and singer who I'm from Detroit. And he is someone who made music for black people in the midwest. Who do this thing called stepping who have loved R&_B, even as hip hop came and went maybe hypothesis still here. I don't know. But he's also a man who has had an open secret. And we've known this man is for very long time in terms of him being a predator. The same age range. And so you were one of the first people in our generation that was really kind of carving a niche is a music journalist, and one of the notable things about it has been you're writing on specifically these questions of misogyny, and sexism, and the way that patriarchy is operatives in popular culture. And a wondered what were you thinking about when lifetime approached you, quite frankly, I like cooking shows and home, I like home network. But I had I don't watch Murray. And I thought they were gonna do some silly reenactment thing. And when they told me that they were interested in a more serious approach something that they've never done before. I thought it was a time that I redeem myself for a profile I had done of R Kelly in vibe magazine of two thousand where I just kind of wrote about his process. This was post his marriage to Eliya, but pre Jim dear God is writing about all of his predatory behavior. Lawsuits about him. I felt so wack about how that happens like my article coming out in November. And then Jim's reporting coming out in December that I never wrote another magazine profile on an artist again. Need.
"eliya" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation
"Right. Oh by. After the whole movement jaylo hat them bangers within after maybe like, oh, seven you. Don't right. So from a musical perspective. Her career was over. But she was getting them coins. Because key I watch it two shades of blue news. Good fit was going to be. Okay. Sorry, guys. If we if you're watching live, and we are not conversating on conversation. If we're not gonna first thing on the live chat, I accident logged out the g mail. So I remember password to. Meals on here. So I'm sorry. He'd be chained. What it is. So sorry, guys. But we are a you are here in spiriting. You are with us. Okay. So Drake we've talked about. Oh, an elite like Sophia mentioned it is a lease or would have been a Leah's fortieth birthday. Now because of the whole Archaelogy situation anything related to anybody involved in it just feels weird now, I completely agree. And I think also too it's like, you know, there's also all this chatter that Dame dash was link came out and said, you know, he had talked to about our Kelly, and she said she couldn't talk about it tank. Dash hold that. You're talking about how he how he disagreed with Jay z because he did the best of all worlds album with our Kelly mind, you Dame dash was dancing all up in the US to remix video. So I don't wanna hear name 'cause you was dancing all in the video. So stop, you know, what I think it is also too though and this innocent and talk about a four. Okay. I think that often times we're living in an era where we we are no longer critical thinkers, and when you're critical thinker you can take L. So you can say I either didn't know or I knew and I. Chose because I had a lack of understanding or a lack of an emotional maturity. Or I wasn't the man that I am today that I honestly dismissed rumors or fact that I knew because those people were not relevant to my life. I'd actually respect anymore for saying that then kind of to your point saying, they did something wrong when you arguably to the same ANC, you know, and and I understand and I said last week we everybody who listen to hip hop Rb at any point. We are. We were a part of the problem. Yeah. Because like I said, I had no problem. I saw the video I knew it was disgusting. I heard about Lia at I was I was abreast on everything in my ass stills raggedy ass was stepping in the name of love. So I know I'm part of the problem, but I'm trying to recalculate I think situations like named dash like you said just admit that you were on the wrong side of history in we gonna do better a hundred percent and also chew the thing. That I have with Dame. Dash is an I need to be careful how I say this. His statements feel very selfish. They feel very self centered. It's like I need to share like what happened to to to me because someone tried to like take my girl. Right. They wanna get right, right. Which is different than. Joining in allegiance with the fact that. Your girl, and possibly several other girls were actually violated because what I don't hear him saying is thank you so much to survive in our Kelly for highlighting a problem. I am going to consciously use my fame. My time my energy to do x y z in remembrance of Eliya. That's not what I hear him saying what I hear. I'm really saying is Ahmed that Jay z try to take my girl. That's actually what it here. And to me. I don't really he won't care. So so. To say, you know, when somebody is there's a somebody's being taken down for their wrongdoings and people are socio associated with them. Unfortunately, now, we don't really know how to feel because like I saw Leopold, and I was like planet in the car. And then a part of me was like singing along within the click. My brain are killing. Right. This. No, it wasn't is that now I can sing along. It was just it's just a lot to comprehend digest at the same time. I completely agree. Okay. Real quick. What else is on the list? What I'm gonna share? To last week. But also first of all before we do so make sure to always online with us and hit us up..
"eliya" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast
"Z have to get it on any of this? Why why does he oh anyone response if he wasn't aware of what was going on with our Kelly? Why does he? You have to insert himself into this. I don't think that he does. I hear you that. It's the right thing to do. But I still don't think he owes it to anyone. I think you can say both of those statements. All right. Well, he doesn't always to anybody. But even even if he's not going to remove the music just a message of solidarity with those women that could be healing for them. I mean, anywhere any possible way for these women to feel better feel more whole I think we should encourage that. And try to do that. I I'm doing that in my own way, you know, speaking, and I've always spoken up about our Kelly. Always I mean, I've known well more R Kelly news in the last week police paid a visit to his Chicago home after they received calls that two women were being held hostage. The women though claim that they were there of their own free will also owned this is laughable. There was a story that was leaked that are Kelly's been having panic attacks. Yeah, that's called you're guilty conscience bitch. And I like to say again for the record are Kelly has not been charged with any crime yet. Neither was fucking Bill. Cosby for decades, polka stating it for the record. That's all that. I'm doing. I already told you what I thought after seeing the show. I also believe that there are two sides to every story. I haven't heard that side of it yet. I'm open to hear it. But I would just like to reiterate he hasn't been charged with anything yet. That's all. Yeah. We get take that for what you want. We get it. Well, art Kelly's own flesh and blood his daughter JoAnne, Kelly poor kid. She has broken her. Silence. On this taken to Instagram and labeled her dad, a monster. And R Kelly thinks that his ex has brainwashed their children, they had I didn't even know R Kelly was married to anybody other than Leah. And also there's I mean, this is like the art Kelly show basic on board with it already. I'm really hoping we move on. Well, there's so much to get to cares seriously. It's all so out there, and it's just like all a bunch of opinions and well known and not all of it is opinions his lawyer confirmed that are Kelly was in fact, married to an underage Alenia. And this lawyer should be fired for even speaking out on it. But the lawyer claims that Eliya lied to our Kelly about her age and said, she was older. However, the internet is the best sleuth the best private investigator. There is because if it's out there, it'll be dug up they unearthed a video of our Kelly. Speaking about Eliya before they got married and in that. Video. He is speaking as her producer saying that he's working on this new artist. Who's just fourteen years old? He said her. Wow. Really he knew her a in that video God. All right. Let me just quickly blast through a couple of more are Kelly things, but not too many French Montana came out in defense of our Kelly saying all the greats went down like that let somebody enjoy their legacy. Whatever happened happened, man. Well, that doesn't sound so smart I would agree with that. He ended up sort of apologizing after that video. There was there was video of French Montana saying that he said let me clear my heart is with the victims. I never thought the people I looked up to as a kid who sang and danced and gave me hope to become a superstar would become drug addicts child molesters and rapists. I am hoping we as a culture create better leaders we need. It's funny. One sounds like something he said the other one sounds like something a lawyer wrote. Finally to wrap or Kelly segment. He threw a party since we recorded our last podcast in Chicago. To celebrate his birthday. And it was sold out. There was a ton of mainly women. There isn't that wild..
"eliya" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Kinds of legal departments. So we had to get testimony. We stack it in the. Documentary this way, in fact, it can be relentless to have to listen to this over and over again, but the testimonies all line up that they are denied food that they're denied movement that they are physically abused. So yet, they're there to kind of please him sexually and that includes being filmed without permission that be includes being forced into sex acts with people that they don't know. How is it? That are Kelly has been able to remain protected on a micro level the answer to that question has to do with a series of closed doors and a very compartmentalize literally coordoned-off way that he does what he does. And by that. I mean that we have testimony from say Gironde pace who he met at his trial and began sleeping with when she told him. She also was a teenage fan of his beyond ironic. It's just an incredible amount of hubris, and she has testimony about being at the house knowing that her friend. Was in the house. But because they were restricted to certain rooms, they couldn't find one another. They tried to meet up in the bathroom. They have to get permission from our Kelly to leave their rooms which often had locks on the outside of those doors. That's a metaphor for the amount of control that he is exercised in his life. I once did an interview with him a profile of him from for vibe magazine post, his marriage to Eliya and the annulment of that marriage. But pre the news about kind of the pattern of his predatory behavior on being broken by Jim Dera goddess, and I didn't see it either. And I want to kick myself about it, and I take responsibility for that. But now that I know how he operates with these closed doors. I see how I didn't see it at the same time in terms of the larger issue. I think that we wanna look away. I think that we're complicit in a way, and by we I mean Harvey Weinstein has made some of my very favorite movies. You know? I mean, he produced some of the best independent films that have come out of the United States in the past thirty years. So there's this way that we don't want to look at the person behind, you know, these works of art that we may connect to why has this been going on you said it's part of the infrastructure that he's built around him. But how has it been able to go on for this long as someone who has spent my adult life, you know, being critical and organizing against the systemic injustice. That is our criminal Justice system. Our our criminal Justice system. I find it. I Ron and a lot of people have this experience of knowing what this system is like that. We're looking for Justice from the criminal Justice system. We had a judge who when our Kelly went to trial would not allow the fact that he had married Leah who was fifteen. Which has statutory rape. They wouldn't allow that information in there. They wouldn't allow other lawsuits in to that trial. They wouldn't let the jurors here that. So that judge is accountable. We had jurors who and we have a juror in our documentary who talks about not believing these girls which has everything to do with race. He didn't like the way they looked and the way that they dress which has everything to do with race and gender because it's hard because black girls don't get believed. He was a Romanian immigrant and. Yeah, maybe heard her blouse was too bright a color for him. Absolutely. So. Yes, women across the spectrum. Don't get believed. There's another element to this..
"eliya" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Org, slash hot dates. That's a great website and you can look out for the final episode of the series on September. Fifth, they will check in with the summer daters to here where they've landed, and you'll also hear some terrible dating stories that other listeners were inspired descend in. All right. Again, find the series of death, sex, money, dot org, slash hot dates. There are not a lot of women producing Rb or hip hop or anything. In that vein, did you like in your production in your work? How many times have you cross paths with another woman? Female producer enough you? I know quite a few nowadays. Yeah, I run into more songwriters that are women in a couple of female engineers now too. I'm trying to advocate for more of that kind of stuff. Why do you think has been a lag to get women into the production engineering side? Not so much the writing singing side. To be honest, I think a lot of it is interest, general interest. I don't think there's as many women interested in that career path. It's maybe it's a nurturing thing. You know how it is when you grow up, not thinking that something is possible because you don't see it as something that's common. So maybe there's that. I know my mom wanted to be a producer really? Yeah. So I find that out there at already started doing it, but I always knew she loved music and for her, you know, she's, she's just like, yeah, it's a man's industry. And she would say that, well, a man told her that like when she was coming up and like she was sitting in on some mixing sessions. She told me that once one of my mentors actually became one of my mentors for a little while later on, but she told me that one time he told her like MRs industry really. So. And I don't know if he said that to mean like you don't belong or just to say, look, there's mostly men in here. Just a fact you wanna do this more. No. The driving force behind might desire to to make beats is just being able to take credit for for fire beats. I wanted to ask you about your influences because there are sometimes when I hear you saying when I hear the songs where I'm totally hearing channeling one in particular, can we hit no. I get a lot. That sounds like a leader. Everybody says that crazy that I'm flattered a lovely voice. Would you into her growing? Yeah, I got her greatest hits CD from the swap meet when I was a kid. It's amazing. Like even her just like even her stuff with genuine, like final warning. All. Yes, the static major background arrangements. Yeah. We add. Snow. And you can hear it so like she's singing size fairly at your sing. Like about you and Eliya is that like there can be these moments where you're singing very delicately. But I can still hear that you're in total control of your voice. Do you know exactly what you're doing? There's some people where they sing a little down because they don't because they can't do more put like you're doing this on purpose. And I, I don't know. It just works for me. It's interesting. 'cause like I'm, I'm not definitely not the best singer. I started late and I know a lot of singers who can only do one or the other like they can't either can't use their false settle or the head voice where they can't use their chest. I'm better at the delicate stuff.
"eliya" Discussed on Before the Millions
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"eliya" Discussed on Popcast
"To florida we're gonna have a honeymoon got off the plane and by that time her uncle kelly's manager gary hanker sohn legendary character manage toni braxton made kelly a star he paired kelly with his niece eliya and kelly rewarded him with this extra relationship the family uncle barry separated kellyanne eliya those hours after the wedding but the sexual relationship is ongoing all of my sources of said throughout the making vague ain't nothing but a number the first story was that first lawsuit a couple of other sources who corroborated that this behavior was ongoing lena mcclinton saying you know there was never any hankypanky in my class what happened afterwards i don't know and the earliest stuff contextualized because obviously if a story of that nature came out today that person would be cancelled in social media that person would brought up on charges like the the way that that a story of that nature it would ricochet today is very different from what happened in two thousand i remember reading it and i remember the conversations around it but there was this there wasn't a broader sense of something will happen now now you know it was essentially crickets somebody asked me that yesterday you know that was in word those pretty good these those to in the upi picked it up and every paper in the country ran a couple of paragraphs that said the chicago sun times is reporting that aren't kelly abuses position of wealth and fame to pursue illegal underage sexual relationships and you know kelly threatened to sue the sun times that never happened denied everything and it was quiet it was a big to do in chicago you know rb radio on television than it was crickets for a year that's december of two.
Nintendo will release a new mobile game in the genre of action RPG
"It would move units if louise mentioned cells while on the three s there's money there for louise mansion three on switch that by the time that comes out it'll be a bigger switch user base and they'll sell probably millions of copies you know there's a strategy there and i still think that there's a chance that we get a link to the past remake on thirty not link to the past sorry link's awakening okay make on three ds yeah another zelda game on thirty s i'm like that one bit but okay i have to accept it you know i have to your last part of the union tend to rock block comes from games industry dopp is there it says nintendo today announced a new ip exclusive to mobile and developed in partnership with japanese studio side games drag eliya lost in all new action rpg has been codeveloped by nintendo and side games with the aim of quote bringing the life of the shared vision of a new gaming experience with worldwide appeal scheduled for release in japan taiwan hong kong and macau this mccoo mccall kevin your international you're smarter than me m a c you go macau okay i thought putting too much our in macau this summer drag alley lost could also see a us european release date this at a later date as part of this deal nintendo also acquire a five percent stake inside games with mario kart tour slated for release sometime the next twelve months this represents a change in tack for nintendo following the mixed performance of its first.