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Sebastian and Chris Kohls Talk Spielberg's 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'
"We go on, you mentioned you got very entertained last week or you entertained yourself by porkins, one of the Star Wars characters, who is in raiders, right? Easy. Oh yeah, he is. Of course he is. At the beginning, in the college, one of the government agents. One of the men from the ministry from the defense ministry Department of Defense. That's poor kids. I didn't even that never clicked until this moment. That's amazing. Didn't either of you ever go to Sunday school? And that guy's face is colleagues face. It looks like he's eating a lemon when he asks. Such a superb scene. I mean, just the chalkboard, the headpiece of the staff of ra, and then he opens the book and magically, that book with 2000 pages opens on the page with a picture of the ARP, right? Just happens to open on that page and you know what, that's the great thing about those movies. I've never thought about how a magical moment that is until just now. It definitely occurs to me that that was weird. But, you know, back then, in the 80s, that was kind of how things were done. You just did things for convenience sometimes, but I'm watching this documentary how they made it. They put so much work into it. They really loved the craft of filmmaking. You know what's interesting about raiders in that documentary I watched Steven Spielberg says that George Lucas wrote Raiders of the Lost Ark based on his own actual beliefs about what happened to the ark. He wrote an adventure story around his own research about the ark believing that the ark is available to be discovered somewhere. Well, there is a theory that it is in Ethiopia. Have you followed that? Graham Hancock's book, there is a church in Ethiopia that says they have the ark and every year once a year, they bring it out and they have a parade, but it is covered in only one man is ever allowed into the sanctum. Are you familiar with? I am, yeah, yeah, I've read about this, yeah. All right.
Sebastian Dives Into 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' With Chris Kohls
"Years, even some of the people involved with the making of these movies have categorized them, Chris, as B movies, as substandard kind of hokey fun. I think this is one of the best movies. I mean, if you have to give me the top 5 movies to choose, raiders will be amongst the top 5. Where does this be movie thing come from? And isn't it unfair? Yeah, it's definitely unfair, but I would say that there's a lot of different kinds of films, right? You write a film for a specific purpose. And there are some really powerful, amazing films that I will never want to see more than once. You know what I mean? Like really beautifully well made, impressive films, but they're not fun. They're not funny. They're not exciting. Watching Indiana Jones is just so much fun. Especially if you haven't seen it in a while, raiders lost art in particular. You forget some things and your watch, and you're thinking, man, this is just fantastic. I want to do this. I want to be on this adventure. I don't think you can make film better than that, right? To make the audience want to be doing the thing in the film that they're watching, that's to me, that's the ultimate goal right there. If you can make them want to be in the film, then you've won. If you want to emulate the protagonist, then the person making the movie has done their job. Even this, I mean, this moment that the traveling to Nepal. There's no amazing special effects. I think the seaplane was filmed somewhere out in California. And then they have this, you can say it's hokey. This image of the plane moving over a map, the red line, but it's perfect. It takes you back. It's kind of a period special effects, if you will.
Scott Powell Talks the Relevancy of Thanksgiving Today
"Are the other reasons that you give to say why Thanksgiving is relevant today to us today? Well, it's the qualities of character really, I think we all need a we can all do well to look at our lives as adventure. And not be afraid of doing something new and going on adventure. We have to have vision about what it is we really want. How do we want to live, we have a vision for that. And then we have to have the courage to pursue that. And in the case of the pilgrims, they wanted to live biblically. They wanted to live their lives according to the Bible as they understood it. So it was pursuing the truth, and they were persecuted for that. So we have to be willing to endure persecution. And then I think that the other important qualities include tolerance for people of different beliefs. Remember that the Mayflower had half pilgrims in half non pilgrims, some of them may have been Christians. I think some were, but then there were a lot of non believers on the ship. They had to have tolerance to live together, and when they were blown off course, and some of the non believers were ready to mutiny, it was the pilgrim elders who got together and said, we've got to we've got to save our save this. We've got to stay united if we're going into, you know, into a place we don't know about. They couldn't go to the Virginia company territory. They were then in Massachusetts. And
Sea of Thieves has just unveiled its Season 8
"10 p.m. Tuesday, November 22nd, 2022. See if thieves is just unveiled its season 8. Even if the return of the damned adventure has come to an end, the conflict between its two distinct camps. The post sea of thieves is just unveiled its season 8 first appeared on many news.
Fred Humphries and Doug Discuss the Marriage of Policy and People
"Policy is not always just governmental. Policy is that's correct. That's exactly right. It goes to companies as well. And I've always said one of the things that I see so many times on folks on both sides of the aisle is that if they get so tied up in their policy, they forget the very people they're trying to affect, or if they go the opposite way, they forget to pay people. They forget about the policy. Policy and people have to go together. Democracy made a commitment. I mean, 200,000 employees, I mean, you mentioned that number. But it's also about the local commitments. And coming from Georgia, y'all made a substantial commitment in Georgia in the last little bit, not in addition. I only give you a minute or two just to talk about that because that makes big difference in people's lives there. First of all, we are so glad to be in Georgia. And, you know, as we continue to grow in Georgia. But I want to start off with governor Kemp. Governor Kemp was so key to our efforts as we look to new opportunities and different states. We've always had a presence in Georgia, but to grow that presence. He was a key player in the recruitment. And that's why when, you know, I can't remember the exact number, but the state of Georgia under governor Kemp has been the number one state in recruitment on businesses for the last four or 5 years, if not longer.
Fred Humphries Discusses Microsoft and Competition
"Unfortunately we've seen the attitude sometimes at big is just bad. If you're big. And I don't subscribe to that. I know y'all don't subscribe to that. Yeah, but there's also a market where there can be some issues. I know Microsoft is supporting there's a bill called the open app markets act. Which all of us are dealing with now. Talk to us a little bit about that and Microsoft's involvement in a competitive marketplace. Absolutely. And I want to talk about it from a lesson learned perspective. When I joined Microsoft over 21 years ago, I joined when we had and I trust issues. We don't like, we don't talk about that a whole lot, but we had a lot of market share. On Windows. And one of the first responsibilities I had is I was a head of state government affairs was to work with the 20 state attorney general state attorney generals who, you know, coming after his son, alleging us being in a monopoly. And our market share. And I would just say that one of the things we learned from windows and then there was this called netscape and how it was alleged that we were doing things to make it harder for developers to be able to develop and things of that nature on our platform. And you know, through mistakes sometimes and things that what I call a teachable moment, you learn. And we reflected on, you know, that's all been wrapped up, settled out, done. Completed, and where we learned so much that where a lot of people is kind of important to make sure government or through a regulatory body that make sure that competition stays alive. And innovation stays alive. And I think that that's a lesson we've learned that I think that we've embraced as a part of us. And so then you fast forward and you think about app stores and the app market, right? There's not a whole lot of competition and then you want consumer choice.
Why the First Step Act Matters to Microsoft With Fred Humphries
"Stuff like the first step back, then also with fresh start, clean slate. And all these were helping people who do their time come back out and then be productive citizens. Why does that matter to a company like Microsoft? It absolutely does. And I just want to commend you on that, you know, when you with the first step, you know, that's about recidivism. And just what you did on that and you did it in a way that I just felt like it was just so, so important. Yeah, like you just said, right? So important to, hey, you know, bad people do bad things, you know, there needs to be accountability and that aspect. But then there's like, wow, okay, you've done your time. You're here to do reentry, right? And then, you know, all crimes are not necessarily all the same. And so they need to think about when you think about fresh start and clean start, you know, wanting to expunge a record for certain low level because I think this is really important to listen to because we're not like talking about like, hey, you've done this bad crime. You get to get your record expunged. Card aspect. But for nonviolent crimes, after a set period, to do something like that. And we Microsoft, you know, when we look at it, we have signed off the second chance aspects of one that come out there. It's important to just kind of, you know, no data in the sense that because data is key, you know, one in three Americans have a criminal record. One in three, right? You know? Nearly half the children have a parent with a criminal record. And so, you know, like a lot of things in life, you got to sometimes dig a little deeper of how can you make it reforms or do things to create opportunity.
Doug Welcomes to the Show Fred Humphries of Microsoft
"Happy to have Fred Humphries with Microsoft here today. As far as I'm concerned, he is Microsoft. I don't care who knows you see about everybody else. Fred is Microsoft to me. And we're going to have a lot of discussion about some things they saw in the podcast. But first off, Fred, welcome to the Doug Collins podcast. I am glad to be here, Doug, and I just want to be right back at you. There's a mutual admiration. I got to know you when you were in Congress and you embodied everything that you want in a member of Congress and representing Georgia, but also representing this country, your values, your great communicator, your smart, and you want to make a difference. You always have known your north star and I just want to say, you know, quite frankly, it aligned with my north star, but just whether it did and or didn't, you know, I always felt you spoke truth to power. And I just want to say, we miss you. We're glad you have a podcast. I've listened to some of them. It is a quite a cross section of which. And so I'm honored to be with you today and it's just great seeing you.
Microsoft's Fred Humphries Tells Us About His Background
"One of the things that I've always done. Especially when I've interviewed a lot of folks who people know, I want them to know the people in my podcast and whether you have a public figure that is in the news all the time or someone who's never, but around I want people to know because when I hear so much and I have a lot of different age groups listening, I want them to know that if they put their minds up they can do it. So Fred, give us a little background about where you came from, how you got here, just let us know you a little bit. I absolutely will. I'm going to do I'm trying to do the short story. Aspect, I was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. But fast forward, I was raised in Tennessee, raised in Nashville, Tennessee, great place for good country music and when I was growing up, it was more on the production side than it was on the go see a show, you know, get some good entertainment and Nashville has changed. And went to morehouse college in Georgia and Atlanta, Georgia. My wife of 35 years is from Macon, Georgia. I get there making a fair amount to see my mother in law. Went on to temple law school in Philadelphia, came back home to Tennessee, and like yourself, I have a commitment to community. I have a commitment to trying to make a contribution to society. And I think one of the places you could do that is in government. I worked for a governor, governor Ned ray mcwhorter. For 6 years, I did something that I really enjoyed. And I think about this when I think about this podcast, I was on radio station LAC 1510 a.m. in Nashville on Sunday. I had a talk show Doug, you probably didn't know. And I only had it for a few months because I ended up moving to D.C.. I looked forward for every Sunday, but I would tell you, like you have to do, preparation for a talk show is like, okay, I got 30 minutes. I got to figure out what I would say. I had an open line, and then I'm like, you know, okay, you want to get callers. Oh my gosh. The amount of time I spent on that for the 30 minutes was unbelievable,
Raymond Ibrahim Describes the Characters in His New Book
"Of the characters that you talk about in this book? Well, actually, so the first one, chapter one, actually, I wanted to mention right now is Godfrey of bouillon, and he becomes the so he's part of the first crusade he's one of the leaders of the first crusade. And I don't want to give too much, you know, I don't want to make a spoiler because a lot of this book actually is written in a very exciting narrative to just show you their life and adventure. But anyway, what's interesting about Godfrey is oftentimes you're the crusaders. They were the second sons who were denied land or whatever and had been so they decided to go and carve out whatever territory and get money and become rich and land holding in the Middle East. Well, he was a second son, but as it happened, he actually was a landowner and a noble and he was a duke. He's known as the duke. He actually sold everything to fund the crusade and then the rest of the money gave to charity to monasteries and so forth. He gave up everything essentially to just spend several years of torture and fighting and warfare. And when you look at why he did it, it's again for his faith. It's for helping Christians and so forth. And I understand what you're seeing. We have to counterbalance the love with the whole idea of just war. But I think many of these men actually did that, at least in the context of the times, as much as you could. People forget just how wild and savage the pre modern world blood. That's the point is people act as though you're living in America in the 21st century. No ladies and gentlemen, the world has been unbelievably brutal
Raymond Arroyo: Previewing 'The Wise Men Who Found Christmas'
"We do want a little bit of Christmas in our lives in the joy and love of the message of the wise men. Tell me about the wise men who found Christmas Raymond Arroyo. You know Mike, I knew very little about the wise man. I knew what we all know. And it occurred to me as, you know, I wrote a book called the spider who saved Christmas several years ago. And that book has become such a hit in a perennial for people they use it during the holidays with their family. And I was thinking, what else could I write about that touches on Christmas? And the wise men are the most beloved characters of Christmas. They are celebrated in south Central America, Europe, the orthodox church, they celebrate the feast of the three kings or the epiphany. That's the day that wise men reach the price child. That's when they celebrate Christmas, not on December 25th. So I thought, what is it about these guys? What do we know about them? It turns out the old song is really wrong, Mike. They were neither kings, there may have been more than three of them, and they were not from the far east or the far orient. They were actually probably from tetra, which is just three days journey from Jerusalem. Very nearby. And the background of who they are, why they went after this child and the significance of those three gifts I decided to explore. I spent maybe 8 months researching this was going to turn it into a bigger book. And then I said, no, it should be a family read. So that everybody can kind of get at it. So I turned it into a narrative, and it's a family adventure, and it is high stakes when you realize, again, you're talking about the political reality that we live in with Nancy Pelosi and, you know, dangerous praetorian guard wanting to stop people and invaders and the whole thing. Well, times have not changed very much. In this case, you had this group of wise men around the king of, in Petra. He sends these men as a royal delegation to Herod to try to keep the peace heritage killed three of his sons and a wife to protect his throne. He was not a sweet happy guy.
C.J. Box on His Forthcoming Book "Treasure State"
"If you watch big sky, you know that music Cassie duel was the star of big sky she's also now the heroine of CJ box's brand new bestseller treasure state. CJ box returns in the Yugoslavia CJ. How are you? Hi, good morning, Hugh. Thank you for having me back. It's been a long time now. Tell people about your adventures since you were last here live. You turned out a lot of books for an unusual reason. Well, yeah, it's because I had a big injury this last summer, a foot injury. I poured hot grease all over my right foot. And a grilling accident that the reminded me of a huge Hewitt story would actually happen. And I spent the whole summer getting surgeries and skin grafts and finally I'm recovered. I just finished the book tour for interstate and with fishing in the river yesterday standing on rock. So all is good. I am glad to
Sen. Ted Cruz to Join Battleground Talkers Tour in Atlanta
"Just got some good news about our battleground talkers tour in Atlanta. We just got word that senator Ted Cruz will join us on stage. I'll be there with doctor Sebastian gorka, Dennis prager. This is going to be a massive massive whirlwind adventure. We start a week from today in Detroit. I'll be there with my friend and colleague Hugh Hewitt, kudos to Hugh, great interview this morning with Herschel Walker. Hugh is without a doubt about the best interviewer in the business. And he gets all the news making interviews so proud of the work that Hugh often does with some of these big, big names like Herschel Walker this morning. So you and I will be there a week from a week from tonight today will be at the San Marino club in Troy, Michigan. Daryl wood hosted 6 o'clock talk will be, I think the MC, I'm gonna be on Daryl's show tonight at I think it's 6 O 5 this evening, so join me for that. But kudos to WDW TK, the patriot, 101.5 FM, a.m. 1400 in Detroit. We'll see you a week from today, and then Tampa, my home based Tampa Bay, Sunday, a week from Sunday, October 16th will be at the Brian glazer family JCC over there on Howard avenue, north Howard avenue in Tampa. I'll be there along with Brandon Tatum, doctor Sebastian gorka, special guest appearance by wired differently CEO Todd sailor and Todd is a really, really neat guy, had a chance to meet him a couple of weeks ago real inspiring voice, great motivational American and you're going to learn all about wired differently and he'll be along with us in Tampa. Then on to Orlando, faith assembly church. That's Monday, October 17th. It'll be me, Dennis prager, Sebastian gorka,
Ken Harrison and Eric Discuss Living Heroically
"Think Eric about how you live your life? And you have a different perspective because you've done all this research. You've written, you're my favorite author. I read everything that you put out. Because it's all excellent, right? And you know how much people love mon Hoff and everyone tells you that. But you think about how you live your life. You think about the spine that you have, right? You think about when you were at was it the Kavanaugh? Where was that where you got attacked and all the crowds came out? And there's been a number of things, but a lot of this came as a result of writing about these heroes. You write about these heroes and you think, well, if that's, if bad stuff is coming in my direction, how would they behave? What did they do? And that's what's made me so vocal about this kind of stuff. And it's why I'm excited about you and your book of daring faith in a cowardly world, because we are meant to live this way. We were meant to live heroically. We're meant to be participating with God in fighting against the evil in the world against all of these things. And if you're not doing that, you're missing it, folks. It's the most glorious adventure. God literally created us for this adventure. So it's kind of like being a car without gas in the tank, sitting in a parking lot. That's not what you're made for.
How the KGB Recruited Former Agent Jack Philip Barsky
"The KGB approaches you. Yeah. What were you doing when you were 23 or 24? I was studying. In my third year of a 5 year program to get a message in chemistry. So that made you a good candidate for potential international espionage. Not necessarily. I mean, there's a couple of interviews out there that were given by the two heads of the first directorate, which was espionage, and what they said, what they were looking for in candidates were like a whole bunch of character traits. Sure, you had to be smart. You had to make quick decisions. You had to be able to be by yourself a lot. You had to be able to you had to be honest, so to become a really good liar. And my favorite trait that they mentioned is a well controlled. Controlled disposition or controlled I'm sorry. Anyway, the last word is adventure. This position towards adventure or something like that. Okay. So then you pass the you pass the test and they deploy you into the United States. Is that right? Yeah, but that test, you know, at first I had an unofficial relationship with a handler when I studied and I was already employed by the by the university as an assistant professor when they actually made me the offer. So it was a year and a half of really checking me out. Yes. Because this is a tough job.
What Are the ACTUAL Ideas Put Forth by the Republican Party?
"If you ask right now, what are the ideas the Republican Party is putting forward? I would have to say that there are virtually none. The Republican Party is saying, let's reverse Biden's border policy. The Republican Party is saying let's stop this promiscuous spending. Let's not engage in fruitless adventures and costly and dangerous adventures abroad. But this is a kind of a negative agenda. We will not do this and we will not do that, leaving the impression and you're not going to be doing anything at all. Your merely going to be abstaining from bad things that the other side is doing. And this it seems to me is hardly adequate. Now, the fault of not having a clear vision, a clear set of ideas, a clear set of policy proposals isn't one of the GOP alone. It's also the fault of the conservative. You may say intelligentsia, the conservative policy community, the intellectual movement that has really fallen short at a time when it too is sorely needed. So many of the conservative intellectuals are wasting their time and internecine battles. They're jostling for position at various think tanks, they're trying to carve out their own niche on social media. You don't have the idea that we're part of a movement. When I was in the Reagan, not just in the administration, but just in the Reagan years, we all felt we were part of a conservative movement. In other words, we were fighting together. We had people on the legal front. You had people who were journalists and writers, you had academics, you had people who were foreign policy experts. You were people who in the entrepreneurial or the business field, but we were a team. And that sense of being a team, I don't have a sense that that really is there anymore.
How to Journey to Find Your Solid Self With John Kim
"People don't fall into toxic relationships when on the day they sense all these red flags and they're like, okay, I'm going to invest in this person and what usually it's overtime, 5, 6 years in, and now they wake up one day and they're like, I don't even know who I am. Yes. I don't know why. A lot of women and mostly women than men from my experience with working with clients, wake up, mostly in their 30s, and been with people 5, ten years, and this happens. And they're like, I have no sense of I'm just here. I'm existing on that living. And just having sex because it's obligation and they don't know what to do, and they've really lost who they are. Okay, so like 5 million people just are going, oh my gosh, you just described to me right now. Yeah, now what do I do? Right, so what you're going right where I want to go. Well, it's kind of like, I think where I started, it's the hero's journey. The hero's journey, right? The call to adventure and saying your dragons. I think it starting going back full circle to suit over a solid. What is your solid self and can you start listening to that solid self? And it comes in micro moments. It's not like these big decisions like life-changing. I mean, it can be. But it can be something as like, hey, you know what? Today I'm not going to go to work. I'm going to go to the beach. It's a quiet whisper. But then there's this giant should. Yeah, but you're this and you're that. And then meet your latest piece of whatever. And so can you give yourself love, compassion, understanding, and today can you execute what you want, the quite whisper, and actually go to the beach. Can you give that to yourself without the shame without the, and it's going to be really hard. Most people can't. You start there, and then you build. And then you build. And you get to a place where you start then able to set boundaries to make choices. And it's also more attractive, right? And then the people around you are like, I'll have what she's having. Yes. Man, she's kind. But she's assertive. You know what's also happens? I'll have her. No, really. What ends up happening? Is this becomes a magnetic attractive being again? Or maybe for the first time. Right. I so totally agree with you and it could be actually standing up for what you want. Like I actually want tacos tonight. Sounds so trivial. Yeah, it sounds silly. But it's in the mundane. Or actually, honey, you're going to watch the kids and I am going to the gym. Right. And actually stand for yourself and do something caring and loving for yourself, right? And coming from on that place not a place of controlling or getting back at anyone. It's coming from your truth and it's coming from a place of self love.
Why Kathie Lee Gifford Cowrote 'The God of the Way'
"Remember I promised that we would have Kathie Lee Gifford on the program. Why just say stuff like that? You know, we're not going to get her. But then somebody said to me, no, no, no, no, no, no. We got her up. We got her up. And we put some makeup on her, and she's willing to go on your program. And here she is, Kathie Lee Gifford walker. Hey, hello, Eric. It's so nice to see you all back in New York. And my old stomping ground. Well, you cheer me up whether you want to or not. And as you know, I was just talking to rabbi Jason so bell about the book that you two did together. It's your second book with him. So bowl, soba. Where do you tease him? So Bill? I'm lucky I know how to pronounce rabbi. So he lost your arm. You're back. So he, but so I talked to him about the nitty Gritty of it. But why are you doing this second book with him? What is your interest in the subject of this book? Well, the second book of ours after Iraq warden rabbi is very, very different. It has a different purpose. This book supports the film that I've written called the way. And it's a 74 minute series of four oratorios, which chronicled the faith journey from the dawn of creation to the building of a nation, the hebrews, although it was the conquering of the promised land, all the way through to the messiah's coming. And then when Jesus calls his disciples to meet him on the other side and getting them both meet me on the other side. So I don't know, it was you and I have talked a lot about spiritual things and what was the beginning of this, you know, God always says do not despise a small beginnings. The whole thing began as a three minute song I was writing with a brand new writer friend of mine. Nicole Steve Mullen ended up being an 11 and a half minute oratorio, which became I added a 65 piece orchestra to it. And then I took it to her and the 65 piece orchestral accompaniment, and we went to Israel, and I shot her my first directorial adventure and it was just magic for me.
"first adventure" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Atmosphere. Do you have a sense of what might be coming next? I definitely have a short list. Get all caging on me now. Well, come on. You know, what if someone? That's right. No one listens to your podcast I feel about that. I'll just say this. I'll say this. I think I'm largely done with oceans. I think I've I don't think there's anything left for me out there. I mean, I would do some more interesting, maybe shorter crossings, but I think transatlantic trans Pacific Ocean crossing is I'm done with that, but I've been looking to other bodies of water, big rivers, the world's biggest rivers and doing some of those and being able to do some more exploring. It's more adventuring where yeah, there's still a record to be had, a source to see type of going down rivers and stuff. But also being able to explore Terra firm at times, being able to come onto land. Just seeing a little bit more of the world through the rivers. I'm not saying we're in that for now. Yeah, no, I get it. I mean, I'm interested in how your recent experience has or has not, maybe impacted how you think about your why for yourself as an adventure athlete who now has made this stamp established yourself as somebody who can do amazing things who is in a position to Garner additional support and attention, et cetera. And I think of people in the tradition of this like Louis Pugh who's about to jump in freezing cold water and swim across these frigid Icelandic or where is he? He's in Greenland. I'm sorry. Swimming in swimming in the coldest water, there is, but his why is tied to a cause greater than himself. I mean, you're about team building and leadership and community building, et cetera, not that that's not completely laudable, but his thing being like the environment and all of that. So I'm interested in kind of has your perspective on what the larger why behind what you're doing. Is that in flux? Are you locked in on that? Or how do you think about that? I think it's very inelegantly. I think about this stuff so much while you were talking so elegantly, by the way, I was, you know, I'm also trying to think about how I kind of wrestle with that idea. I'd say the first thing is, is that some of set in stone and is becoming more and more a stronger with me and my wife and that's a lot of the personal why. Things like doing this from my son, you know? It'll be two in a week. And, you know, he doesn't know what I do yet. He's only two, but he will start to in the next few years, start to slowly realize that his dad has done some incredible things. And, you know, might sound a little cheesy, but for those parents out there, you know that you're why becomes pretty strong for your kids and it's for him to be able to see that his dad does these things. So whatever he gets into, that he's going to know that, you know, he's got a chance. He's got a shot. That's just I'm so excited to be able to use that. It's kind of a leverage for him as well. And I'm excited. This was my first row I've ever done my first adventure with him alive. That was tough, but also a motivator. You know, I put him to bed the night before I left and he woke up the next day and I wasn't there, and I wasn't there for the next 30 days. Did that change your risk analysis approach? I thought it would, but it didn't. And to be very honest. And that sounds selfish and it is. But I didn't, I didn't feel myself feeling any more mortal out there than I have in the past just because I have a boy. I thought it would. I thought maybe I'd lose a little edge, but I didn't. In fact, one of my teammates on this was he said he was worried and it was very honest to him to say that. It was actually Jordan very, very awesome to say that it's a little worried that maybe I would bring that missing him out onto the water and I had spent the year leading up to this road to make sure that I was emotionally ready to leave him. And I think it didn't be well. You know, I didn't bring it in a sense that I made decisions or I had bad days because of that. I also was surprised that I still felt as ready to take risks and take chances. Yeah, it's interesting. Maybe that will change. I don't know, maybe. Yeah, I mean, you know, as somebody who's got kids that are older now, I'm aware of how that impacts how I make decisions about where I invest my time. That's risk analysis aside. I think as they get older and they become like, at some point, they're like, oh, you're a real person. Because they develop enough, you know, the brains mature a little bit and their personality comes out a little bit more robustly. And for me, like when they're really young, it's harder to have that kind of connection, but understanding of them as sentient human beings. And then when they get to a certain point, you're like, oh wow, and I just remember a shift. And how I thought about things. When was that? I can't remember. I mean, I'm old, so it was a long time ago. But I think maybe around you, I think you got maybe another year and a half or so before that starts to percolate. That'll be interesting. Yeah. I mean, it's already there. Yeah. But then it really kind of like gets to a different level. Yeah. And it changes the way that you interrelate. Yeah, I mean, I was fully expect for it to change, and I'm surprised. I'm being very honest. I would have been easy for me to just sit here and say, oh yeah, you know. Family first. And it is family first when I was out there. I mean, we took some risks. We went through storms when we could have gone around and that's, by the way, why we broke that 9 days. We went through every single storm. We did not go around it. That was dangerous. It was harder and beat us up more. And I never once thought we shouldn't be doing this because our team goal was to go as fast as possible. And that's what that was how you did it..
"first adventure" Discussed on The Official Adventures in Odyssey Podcast
"Fans. I'm bob producer of the adventures in odyssey club. And i'm jesse editor focus on the family clubhouse magazine welcome to our fall equinoxes celebration on the official adventures in odyssey podcasts. Remind me what is the equinoxes again. It's halfway between the longest shortest day of the year and it means day and night are the same length or close enough but more importantly it's today september twenty second. So what are we doing to celebrate. Well i could get out my kazoo again. That was a real hit on the avery's or or we could take a moment to baskin the wonder of god's creation and how he set up the season so perfectly sounds grace and speaking of seasons this month on the club. We heard a story about a blizzard with the calhoun family. That's not your usual september fair true but there's a good reason see this month and the next three club adventures all deal with this blizzard and odyssey. It's not a multi-party exactly but all four shows are happening at the same time. That is unusual. It sounds like an odyssey. I it certainly is today on the podcast. I'm talking with writer. Director kathy buchanan. She wrote the first adventure as well as the fourth and final episode in the saga. And while you do that. I'm going to step outside and celebrate god and his awesome equinoxe some more seeing a little bit. Have fun kathy. Let's rewind to.
"first adventure" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast
"So it would be like a rug. Could so injured blew it on their chest and suddenly there. Dennis lillie who stick. Do you have any idea who bought your. You'll be it no idea no idea. Yeah i all through this sort of big a group on facebook. I've been like whom who does but Yeah no one. Yeah no one to start the bad the bad listening and you're out there you won that bid the you might you might be donating it to To defoe w h yeah true. Whoa there'll be cycled. How does it feel without after having the bid on. It's been a few days. So it's been spiky ally kind just grow bids in themes like that was a break-up bid that i just kind of lag raise but now i feel like this is like a new hope bid new not like establish new hard. Yeah just like a new life new yet. It's like fresh spring bid. He could join the competitions where they shape their beads into different different Objects and stuff. Yeah that'd be beautiful. Get quite cool. Do think the sun tyrants could grow beards their military although in that documentary that we saw. I'm pretty sure one of the lightest untarnished has like a bit of a bid. Clova drawn on kind of facial. Have kind of them. This is weird thing because like with the lodge mouth. That this on has is quite creepy. Then they show a latest on tarin where he just has a normal human mouth. And i think that is why creepy a- yeah they're an interesting monster because sarah's first adventure she was with the sun tyrant with the duck data and that was that was links and he looked different to this one. He had like bits of other nothing sticking out of his head bits. A hail and was was not the ustralian. Yes yeah. This is the siamese drying guy. Same guy in the one in the episode that we watch according to that documentary by the time that this one was being filmed that australian guy incident was like can dunkley you'll kevin lindsay kevin lindsay he He said he was having a bad haw so they had lack of a body double drew..
"first adventure" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"first adventure" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Know you are at this article unlash slash on my lincoln in the show notes The title is captain. Carter's crux of marvel's what if animated series and will return in future seasons. So this is what. I was alluding to earlier. When i was like. You know the choice to make this exit. One is kind of unfortunate but it also seems like it was necessary because she is a pivotal character. Can you talk a little bit about that. Oil learned. yeah you know. They didn't really dig into the specifics of it too much but they used her as this. You know launching points on to create a universe because it's not only. Is this the first story that we've seen As far as the marvel cinematic universe chronological. Timeline is concern You know it's obviously will will learn soon that the attorneys have been around for a lot longer. But captain america is still the first injure and now captain carter is the first adventure. So there's that but apparently there will be something that will see as time goes on that makes captain more important to the kind of stories that they're telling in. What if because not only will she obviously come back in some capacity when you consider the end of this episode. And the fact that we've seen her you know in a shot with doctor strange and that shot with you know the presumed new avengers but they said that She will also be returning in future seasons of marvel's what if and they're already working on a second season in the show show she'll have a story that will continue much in the same way that captain america story continued once he was brought back from being frozen for all that time
"first adventure" Discussed on The Official Adventures in Odyssey Podcast
"Believe it or not with transworld. Radio i was on the air with katie. Wg and i was doing the midday and we aired focus on the family at eleven thirty am and so. This is the mid eighties when this is happening And one day. Dr dobson talked about this idea. They had for a drama and so it was introduced during focus on the family. And that was when i heard the first adventure in odyssey and i don't remember all the details. I'm sure you gentlemen can let us know about that but believe it or not. That's when my first connection with odyssey occurred and then win it developed into a program. We then carried it k. Twg i think it was around four or four thirty in the afternoon Of course when kids were coming home from school. So that's my connection with odyssey. That's awesome going all the way back to those family portraits days and of course next year odyssey turns thirty five thirty fifth anniversary. Amazing yeah so let's talk about that. Makes me feel old. sorry sorry. so let's talk about this particular episode. Go back to where we connected with you folks and suggested that we would like to be able to do an episode together to the best of my recollection. I get older every year like like everyone else. But the best of my recollection. Believe i got a phone call from bob smith hauser and just pitching the idea about hey..
"first adventure" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Me, of course, is Rob Hunter, Rob Hunter. We do gather around a beer. What are we drinking today? This was your call, pal. But we're going different because I got the old school fat tire because we decided to change it up a little bit. That tire and I grabbed kilt lifter. See, That's the problem with guys with head injuries like me. Yeah. So I thought, Okay, beers, beer. Whatever. Let's open him up three different tiers. They and then Jason, be drinking. You're drinking with us today. What you got? Well, my my warehouse has been working pretty hard. And somehow that makes my beer here at the place disappear rather quickly. So I was planning on rub. But I had to go today with the ranch water Celt. Er So you know, we're hydrating. It's important. Okay, Great because Don't even know how many ounces is in this kilt lifter, which I thought we were supposed to get. But apparently I was supposed to get a fat tire, But I gotta I gotta kill lifter because I'm a knucklehead. And this thing is I I need a spotter. To lift this dang thing, so I'm definitely hydrating today. Jason. We got to hang out a couple of weeks ago up in Flagstaff, and we're talking about some stories of rafting. One of the things you said that really and brought me in to just listen to these stories was you said I I did it. I don't raft to sell coolers. I cells coolers, so I can raft thinking. Okay, There's a there's a lot more to this guy then then meets the eye. Let's start with rafting before we get into candy. Coolest, So let's start with your journey into rafting. Were you always an outdoorsy kind of family crew and you just wanted to I don't know. Throw yourself to the whim of of a raging water. Yeah, my My father was full captain and the Coast guard and his father was a C cook. So, being here in the mountains it I gravitated towards the water when I could, And so, Yeah, I can already swear like a sailor. I was half qualified to be a whitewater boatman out of the gate. Uh, so what's the Whitewater boatman? Is that those? The captain's that get us down that get us down the way you gotta understand where complete newbies with this stuff, So we have a lot of questions, and you've got to explain what you're talking about, because we don't know. Absolutely all right. So, yeah, Your typical boatman and Flagstaff is a professional river. God, I am not one of those always a college kid up here than a you. And me and my friends were just beating up canoes on the birdie river and bending them and breaking them and all the stuff and learning are salt, so speak. And, uh, But yeah, became a passion and it's actually how I ended up in coolers. It wasn't the other way around. So, uh, When you guys talk about rafting, I think of the rushing river But you just mentioned canoeing, Jason. So give us kind of an overview of the different types of rafting because I'm completely new. Obviously, I've been to the canoe. I've been on White water Rapids put it all together for me. Alright, So everything is a matter of scale, right? The Verde River is not generally big enough to take a big raft down. See? So we take our canoes down there or you can get another kayaks. Maybe stand up paddleboards things like that. Now you try taking your canoe would say your wife or something on the San Juan River. And that river is a little bigger now your canoe swamping your gears all up and down the river. You're swimming around trying to find it. And it's a little more stressful. So maybe you're yelling at the person in front of the canoe. Maybe just one. You know, that's um you're like this must be a better way of doing things and you stumble across this thing called a raft, and, uh, now the person in the front just has to sit there. And look fantastic. And maybe you hand your beverage from time to time. And you have all the oars in the back. And now you're not flooding quite as easily. You're probably not chasing your gear up and down the river. Um and you can hit those bigger rapids and have fun. Get wet. Maybe it's a little dangerous, but not necessarily just depending on the river and the time of the year and all that good stuff. Yeah, that's like one. No. Okay. Okay. How about the guy in the back, though, with the oars Because every time I see the guy in the back with the oranges, professionals, he or she may be, they look like they're just moving the wars around, and just they're just praying that something goes right? And they just keep moving them around all this way, and that And somehow the raft keeps going straight. It looks more like chaos. Then it does expertise. Yeah. I'm not gonna disagree with you there. The rats very new variable. Before you get into the rapid. They're not very maneuverable in the middle of the rabbits. So we do our best to kind of line up everything before it gets real crazy. And so we'll go back and forth, trying to find the ideal top spot to go down into that rapid. If we can let's go back to the very beginning. Jason Jason Canyon coolers is with us. But how did you What was that first adventure like? And how did you fall in love with it? Was it something that your family had passed down like you had to do this? Because they had a C bearing background Or was it you know, in in college? It just really Home. I got excited about it. Well, it just clicked for me. I mean, I grew up in this Coast Guard family, So I was moving. I think I went to six schools in eight years on three continents. So let's I learned to scuba dive. A little. I learned to sail a little probably wasn't great. And either one of those things I tried to surf. Maybe I wasn't the best there either. I always felt comfortable around water. Always trying different things around the water. Always a strong swimmer being, you know, son of a coast guard guys so well. It just made sense to look for some water when I got here to Flagstaff, and there's not a whole lot of water. Fine, But when you do you you adapt. So I adapted and it clicked perfectly. For me. It was a fantastic way to see the river My berry. I think the time when I was hooked, and there was no going back was really a pretty rough trip. We, uh myself and five friends all planned five day canoe trip down the birdie river and we went from camp birdie to Horseshoe Lake Kind. Scottsdale there. And I didn't know what I was doing, man, and none of us really did. Um, so by the time we got down there I was pretty sore and pretty beat up. But living on is living on those beaches and having a few beers with some friends and just Seeing the beautiful countryside down there. It was addictive. I did lose a lot of skin on my knees because I was on the neat my knees in that canoe trying to not get it thrown out yet again..
"first adventure" Discussed on The Light Inside
"To do by vision loss as something i encourage other other writers to do is arraigned likes to say that's arraigned regulate ordeal dot com because they believe in gratitude by by belise by wholehearted by wholeheartedly believe in gratitude that talk about works without mentioning her just is just a grain of this point so yeah we're ready dot com. So she likes to say that she gets his things that i missed because i can't see them and touch thinks that she would miss because i'm listening to them because she does tear them and between the two weeks with much better product at the end of the edits. Why a rider. After you've added edited looking at it and read it out loud. It's a great read it out loud or if you're using your back or something has to text speech option but the computer read to you out loud even that you don't think about it. I i hate to think about you. Know our computers and stuff as an. It's not to collaborate with certain gets us out of that voice in our own heads out sooner. You're right we have such a great tip. Thank you for that well. It's nothing new. It's because because as part of my everyday life but is loyal six. It's roy simple thing to do. The only hard part though is a lot of people cannot read their stuff out loud. It's still publish so you have to. I in yard and it's time for. Select cringes every time you read a line to britain. And that's where you have to let somebody else to it but really you're stuff should be is they're gonna come you know if you're gonna put it out somewhere. You're asking people to pay money. I should ask somebody that brings me back to that great point and you have to leave our listeners. Always with something depan. Search whenever possible. Who are you taking him along for the ride to maximize your ability to connect and collaborate that interdependence is such a key in that you know how are we being open not necessarily to only be reliant on others but to allow that magic of that. Collaboration have the space to take place. And you know. And this point. I like to remind people to look to entertain. How many members are there. The of How many members were there of of bilbo baggins already when he would have been the first adventure. The people were there in the main obeying for people in order rates. If you think about the louis break compared stories stasis it was a lot of people you know the movies of the seventies the magnificent seven which is based on the japanese stone with a similar title. Mostly six we do as a collaborative effort whether we think about dot so strength number straight ahead. None of us ball the talents ill energy time. They're all saying that other people are better at it ruinous down to finding the frito through practice of asking other people to come on if it helps you. Don't ask for help. Don't think of is asking for the opportunity. Bigot as they wanna be part of your store in there will be part of your journey headed to think about because you know if you listen to listen to bypass some people would call it bankrupt. Because it's not. Because i want to make myself feel better because these people have sincerely done. Thanks for me. Become friends of mine. I depend on these people to not mixing them. When it's appropriate it would just be wrong so allow people to come into your story as people be part of your journey besides Definitely showed gratitude. A lot of people are gonna come into your wife and your story whether they're going to offer to help they're going to do things in ways. They don't usually do them. And the most important artist holds a as far as s roque accepting home whether that ask the the directed liberal or subconscious is to show and when i say gratitude i just think that the media me the most important part of gratitude is if i asked you if i asked you to create a if i asked you to tell me what brands should be successful your expertise and you tell me max. I think you should change this. But i think that's good is the if i'm really truly grateful than a week or once of africa. Look here's what. I did what you suggested. I really appreciated. I do and it's an alternate Until because physical itself by but he probably is most Creative most successful people. They don't spend a lot of time in the world what they did but i can tell the world was just so gratitude for people that will come into your life. It's you have to People that are willing to be journeys yes style is frenchie. They act alert bites. And i once had a guy who is a real estate guy and he gave me he said. Well max you ask somebody to do something for you for free got one. I said if you're going to ask somebody to do something for you via gotta be willing to write a big check. You've got to be willing to work your ass off so when somebody helps you show to use their advice. Tell other people. How awesome this. I knew what they did for what it needs to you. It is just he did this. What did i need to you somebody. That was a stranger and a plate. Somebody you saw spree. What did it mean for you that he did this to tell other people. That's how you show gratitude and honestly bleed gratitude. Part is something to practice. Risk from the world and i like to tell people if especially for those people who believe visuals envisioned boards do work. There's proof that were. But i think that every vision board aids of gratitude freight needed gratitude border for every on that. Saying if you want to accomplish your have put a picture or rice saying by some already accomplished for half as honestly if you don't remind yourself of where you came from and what you did to get here you'll never get that next place so ask for how except trump would offer be gracious people offer because it takes courage and be breaks and show that gratitude in whatever way we think. It's so important. So important i want to thank you today with gratitude and love for sharing such great insight with us for sharing so much value and for just being a genuinely kind insightful encouraging and positive individual. Thank you for sharing that with us today. If i can be in any way. I'm here for you my friend. Thank you my friends. Those berber birds wonderful governments. So much as you know we always out that grim wit seeking around on the fringes pounds every single time works.
"first adventure" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics
"Years with basically you know duct tape in and hope have finally reached the end of it. She can't levered anything. She has to sell stuff in order to not lose the house and that means really selling the business. Because you know she can probably work as a fisher on someone else's boat but maintaining a boat that doesn't run doesn't make any sense After they've spent all this money just to keep it running in a world. Where as we've said you know for five years demanded dropped so suddenly there was a surplus of every thanks and then once that surplus was done. You've got to that point where okay we can maintain but then suddenly demand rose suddenly. But you don't have the infrastructure to care for it which actually means that the people that can achieve in that environment becomes the rock signs and these major corporations with their fingers in every pie that are going to build out in achieve in that moment because they're the only ones that can ramp up that fast and all these little mom and pops that were doing for. The smaller market are getting swamped. Especially when they can't you know get the funds shoot to fix the boat and look for other other business models that they can then move into the aren't as lucrative for roxanne but would be lucrative for them But at the same time you have this problem that you know every half the world just came back half. The world is stuck without a lot of things. I mean arguably you could say well. Hey you have five years of interest on whatever bank account you had. But i that usually not that much. And you know it's not unless you had you know fifty grand in the bank when you blip you're probably still kind of in a bad spot and that's not a good look for a bank to be like a blip profiteer bill. Yeah but more to the point of this is actually where being venture adventure actually hurts falcon even more because yes. He has government contracts. He is making money but strike one. He was one of the strike to even if he hasn't been. He isn't a high risk profession. That is going to very likely get killed and you know well the. Here's the thing. Here's what i'll tell you. Had he actually been taken up the mantle captain america. Maybe there might have been more to it but then again. I don't think aside from capsizing captain america. I don't think anyone else was there. Giving kept him a shield right at lee. Establishments seemed sort of upset about that. They sort of didn't want him to take up the mantle. They wanted to give it to their own guy. They were really glad when he turned his shield in like the now. We don't have to put out an arrest warrant. Thank you for returning our property that you we're just going to say you are holding it. That's the thing giving it to the smithsonian right. Because when but to be very he wasn't using it right right and they didn't want to go and take it from him because obviously will. That's what cap wanted and you know you don't want him on his moonbase looking down on using. That's not what i said to do with max you you know that sam she'll so What is interesting about the the the idea in the stories hole is and this is why i love the banks on scene because yes he was out for five years avengers. Don't make a salary which is something the best. That's my point. Shouldn't they be aren't they contractors like Will so here is. And i'm gonna give you the actual answer to how that works. I the of injuries aren't contractors. But they probably had room board and living expenses provided by whatever group they were working with in the same way that this was actually this thing with When spider man. I tries to join the fantastic point. If that's amazing. I think that's an amazing number one. I think it's technically amazing. Spiderman number fifteen because they continued the amazing fantasy story from fourteen to fifteen remembering correctly and this is so his origin and amazing fantasy than his first adventure is amazing spider man and he goes to defend tastic four to try and join them any makes his place. I think because of my skills. I should get the top salary i should. I'm worth of your whatever your best salary is and then basically you know. What do you think this is general motors. We don't get paid a salary. You know we live here. We work here we. We're we're scientists and we're adventures. We're not we're not putting widgets on lug nuts. Basically his point of view now in the great. What if what if hedge win defensive ford you know reaches well then i've expert. Maybe we should give you guys more money For beyond our living expenses because quite frankly we do make money at this deal and that's the thing because obviously start was licensing all of the heroes. You do see that in again in agents of shield where there is a massive corey lines of all of the avengers. You see the hulk in the cap toys and all these things so i actually someone was profiting off of this right. And wouldn't it be a good idea to make sure your heroes a well provided for so that they are never. They never fall prey to temptation. Because we're going to be in contact with and you wanna make sure that they're not in any desperate situation. I would wager that. They probably largely worse when they were on. I think that when they wanted to send out for tacos no and said no. Yeah yeah just expensive tacos. He'd you needed cash you know. We'll make it work. We'll do what we have to. But remember that falcon went ropes. So i went wrote which means he cut himself off from that big stark money. Then he comes back. Just to start slaps in our condolences. Do you still get paid for that. And it's like well you know maybe not so much. Maybe if we don't have an avengers foundation at the moment you know or there's not a government contract with the avengers for this because we do know that general thunderbolt ross who was sick of say maybe as the president. Now we don't know has basically you know. Basically sees the rebel of injuries as persona non grata. You know so. There's the possibility that you know. A lot of these guys are going to find themselves on the wrong side of of of whatever government feet. There might be you know. Essentially from the government's point of view they. Now want sam wilson for a lot of reasons. But why which is that you know when we did ask you to sign the piece of paper to say that you're going to work with.
"first adventure" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast
"Really official digital. And i agree. I kind of loved soot sprites. I'm glad just all calling them soot sprites now by the way. Oh yeah it's got the inspiration like this whole episode was just was just studio. I feel like they couldn't it. Couldn't just not be right. We'll definitely seemed pretty pretty julian. Yeah like it just made me really wash watch movies again like i'm still i'm still near showed you'll be movies to my partner. 'cause he previously before me only seen house moving causal and then we went to japan. We went to the jubilee museum. Because i really liked the we museum and i've been there before but i wanted to go there again already we. I looked like months in advance. Because you have to and books for christmas day and we magically got in but it was really hard to get tickets because everyone else was also booking but we managed anyway. My partner has never seen an app detoro and still hasn't but he fell in love with cat boss because there was a giant cat bus live. That means you can only play in six. And he was like so. Why can't we play in the drawing cat bus. And he bought himself a cat bus pin because Kept boss is great. But he didn't actually like house call so he just thought that he didn't like any jubilee movies and then like last year at some point like light lost year. We put on spirited away and he loved spirited away. So i think anita showing more i wanna show him to tour next because it is really cute or maybe the earth see one because he loves the books that yeah i just unlike shooter. Jubilee this episode maybe watch. You'll be more. I have a lot of dvd's but they're also on flicks anyway onto our comments on youtube. So i hope we have paid a pen. Who says it's so. Did you want to have a mediocre season and then when you expect lace pumpad episode easily qualifies for the top ten digital episodes of all time. They said that they love the silly digital episodes anyway and they say that they can enjoy digital adventure. Call and twenty twenty much more. Since the monsters of the wake have started to talk woopsie. We did not get that this week and Pump of pen. Continue to say all in for more of this kind of philo. This is that. The episode had an outstanding animation especially introduction of mon end bulk. Ammonia was great but also the battle against punch him on had fantastic cuts. They wish that the government episode had much more of this evidence animation as well and they they said they'll show be watching this episode time and time again and yet lost episode. Bush really good agree what they have to say about it. Being nice having talking most of the week this episode. I feel like that's what it might have been missing because we did have the refugee digital. Which again was kind of a nas concept. But they didn't really talk much. It just felt kind of like nobody had character in this episode. Not even the characters. yeah it was. It was weirdly bad if you like characters having dialogue and it wasn't like if you're gonna do that kind of thing. I wish they would have. I don't know just have the artistic directions. Do the lake short film From before The first adventure..
"first adventure" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast
"David hopkins ruin your night. I get this best. Halloween skits of her don't dropped it every go. I can't read it if i derive it not in not you can't you can't look through the paper and you know extra initiative. Oh sorry dot so much. Oh yes and he's also in the Quote unquote hall of fame. Sarah nightlife hosted ten times. What a few people that is in double digits. I anyway lou. On on next person who should be fun. Hold on let me pull up allow. Let me pull up this person. So i d clues color act so this act stress is english is a comedian and dramatic performer. Her born the fifth of december nineteen. Sixty-nine she too is an award winner for several things that she's done born in bloomsbury and raised in the brunswick senta. Her mother was a florist she did not know her father is apparently he took off and she was very young so she ended up being cared for her by her mother. Grandmother and parents So dramatic and comedy See elle's see that one's too young She's one Obviously she's a brit so she's won a lot of british awards after and stuff like that british comedy award National television award an international emmy bafta for tv. So yes. She's more known for tv than film. Her filmography you. There's not really. There's nothing there that i've seen actually I know her yeah. I know her most from from tv. More than more than anything so both appearing in person and doing some voice acting Oh is it the catherine tate. Yes okay 'cause i was like well yes it is catherine tate. Yes donna human. No i'm going to say. I say red million of new. Es down in fact the funny thing about dada 'cause i was watching doctor. Who for the first time in binging through everything that had been up to that point runaway bride. And you're like okay. I hate you because yes right. Like right after the whole thing with rose and you know bad and i'm just like i hate my life and i'm like so anybody that i would have seen after that item hate you and then you know then i watched through the season with martha martha was great and i loved her. And it's like oh it's you. Oh okay well. I'll watch it anyway and now yet just fall in love with her yes she. She's not as screechy as she starts out to be an end. They really stole the fact that she told me was. Go ahead searching for the doctor after the first adventure and that whole mine seal crime was like okay. It's like her. She and david tennant are just bouncing off each other and that's was like the perfect you know. I'm not man with sunshine sunshine. Yeah oh my gosh but then if you if you think if you think well you know she's she's good with david tennant but You gotta listen to her big finish. Donna noble oh yes whereas her and she kind has a little companion of her own wounds of aptx between it takes place between She still travelling with the doctor. Obviously how what happens the The doctor leaves her at home to kinda talk with their mom and deals deal with some stuff there and she ends up on this big adventure and she has a bit of a a bit of an adventure with that. It's yes oh and it's it's great. I mean it's donna. And oh my gosh. She's she's wonderful. And i was. I was so sad because she came to the year that the alex was born. It was like right after he was born. And we weren't gonna go. Because i just had a baby taking my child into but i was little mini came that year and i could not so on it. I wanted to get an autograph. And i couldn't find anyone to you know. Get it for me. i was there but anyway. But oh gosh she's just she's wonderful. I i love her dollar stuff If ever see the clips of of.
"first adventure" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy
"We took a picture of it. I created as a cover. So that's from a painting. I did that. I never thought i would use for anything and i ended up using it for the first edition of fire. I adventure bulk. Isn't that funny it is. I love your imagination. That's one of the things. And i guess people who listened to the podcast. You're going to hear me say this. Every time i interview an author. But i just keep thinking. Oh you're so creative. You're so imaginative. And i'm a nonfiction writer to read fiction and to see the creativity and the imagination in the magic behind the stories. I am just over the top press. And so i know what i gosh i mean. It's truly i'm impressed. Thank you. I think the engine nation you know what's funny is oh you. In the beginning of my book on right bef- right on the copyright page. I always have a little intro there and if you look at it i always say right before i sign my name. I always say in every single book. Always keep your imagination alive and i think that is so important for children as they grow older. We put so many constraints lawn them that sometimes the imagination just dies because they didn't draw the human body the way we wanted them to draw it and i really that makes that makes me bristle when i hear teachers or parents or grandparents are adults. Tell children that's not the way it's supposed to be well in that child's mind. That's exactly the way it's supposed to be so let it be right. I mean that's our subjective. And i agree with you one hundred percent. I mean there are so many artists out draw. you know. there's there's different type of out there. So whatever the child thinks it should look like you're right let it be not. Everyone's going to be realistic. You know what. I mean or even arts. You don't have just realistic painters. Obviously if you look at my paintings. They're not realistic at all. They're very you know whence tickle. Very maybe expressionist expressionism. I don't know really what word to use. But i'm definitely not a realistic pain for servers. One of the characters in first adventure. That i really like is the blue bug. I think she is just adorable. Oh you do. Her name is quote alma l. law. I couldn't pronounce.
"first adventure" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie
"Totally got you a less of a club outgoing we've got some shirk eatery boards and will. Yeah so we get charcuterie board. Every day for the rest of my life. I would be so happy on his awesome. Okay well let's shift away and talk about marvel. Just real briefly. Shana you've been having your mcu watch fest. And now. I know that we've got falcon and winter soldier to talk about so. Catch us up on your watch fest and tell us what you thought about talkin and winter soldier. Yeah okay so my watch fest. We last one we finished was captain. America i ve injure and you know i remember liking it when it first came out and i i still really liked it like before it started. My husband looked at me. And he's like this movie sucks doesn't it suck and then when we finished it he was like okay. I liked it more than i remembered. Liking i mean i just i love chris evans so much and i really like captain. America and steve. Rogers is just such a good person in this movie. Like i got i love when he jumps in the grenade when he's all skinny and like he really earns like being the super soldier and that i love when he shows up to save them all to put him in those shows for awhile. He's got like singing girls around him and stuff and he's like no. I really want to contribute to the alma soldier. He shows up to save those guys and they're like sure you know what you're doing and he's like yes. I have punched adolf hitler in the face forty seven times. Let's go all right. Yeah i really. I mean. I've always loved that movie so i loved it again so when going through your watch fast. Are there any like discoveries that you've found especially com like now that one division is completed and falcon. Winter soldier is up. Do see like wow that makes sense. I connecting any dots that you might of missed the four know not so far but it is kind of nice because i did watch falcon and winter soldier this week in you know right after watching captain america first adventure so you get to see bucky and you get to see what he was like back in the forties and so then you know getting to see him in this first episode..
"first adventure" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"So here's so. And i'm gonna give you the actual answer to how that works. I even aren't contractors. But they probably had room board and living expenses provided by whatever group they were working with in the same way that this was actually this thing with When spider man. I tries to join the fantastic for. That's in amazing. I think that's an amazing number one Think technically amazing spiderman number fifteen because they continued the amazing fantasy story from fourteen to fifteen. If i'm remembering correctly and this is so. He has his origin in amazing fantasy than his first adventure is in amazing spider man and he goes to the fantastic four to try and join them and he makes his place. I think you know because of my skills. I should get the top salary. I'm worth of whatever your salary is and then basically says. What do you think this is general motors. We don't get paid a salary. You know we live here. We work here we. We're scientists than we're adventures. We're not we're not putting widgets on. Lug nuts is basically his his point of view now in the great. What if what if i been headwind the fantasy sports you well. Then i've expediting. Maybe we i should give you guys more money For beyond our living expenses. Because quite frankly we do make money at this yoke. And that's the thing 'cause obviously start was licensing all of the heroes. You do see that in again in agents.
"first adventure" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"While at playas but yet so surfing number two surfing and manuel antonio. I've love athletics adventure and water. So it's no surprise. Surfing started speaking to me back in two thousand sixteen. If you didn't know my first adventure was surfing in california. I ended up breaking my foot crazy. I know originally planned to serve ghost. Recon two thousand sixteen with my foot healing. When i came for our treat that did not happen. I knew wanted to transform cryer experience with surfing i prayed and practically took steps to make the vision a reality. The reality blew my prior experience. Any expectations away. In a great way. I ended up getting on five solid waves during my costa rica adventure surfing. You're curious. I definitely encourage you to go back to that blog and shell and i also included some videos behind the scenes and pictures in this block with the link in the show notes number three manuel antonio national park. The park is a must while in manuel antonio. Although park is small compared to other national parks in costa rica it is huge in views. Wildlife and beaches. I loved the park so much. I ended up going twice. It is easy to spend a half to a full day here and you can also go back to the blog and show on my full piece on manuel antonio to learn more and also include a behind the scenes video in this one and images number four. Be us in and around while tonio meet sure you. Increasing the view of the coast from various spots in anatolia. Great spots review views include within the park or meet other winston de which is one of the pass packs in the park. The restaurant and emilio's cafe which are talk about more a bit number five manuel antonio beach hands down one of the most beautiful and breathtaking beaches in the world. It is located in manuel antonio national park itself. The beaches incredible with soft emir white-sand shivering and sparkling warm water and abundant wildlife at every turn including watching monkeys trying to snatch things like food from locals and touris- literally off the beach. I ended up going to the beach twice for great reason as you can see on the images and videos. The her steamy went for about two hours to the beach itself and the park about five. In the second time. I went for about four hours to the beach and about seven or eight hours after park. It manuel antonio. Beach is my favorite beach. In near manuel. Antonio i love the small intimate size and shape of the beach as well number six and study. Sr another beach. That is amazing. As s bhatia swore. it is adjacent espa dea. Which is where. I went surfing but is located in his private within the park adding to its privacy. An appeal is definitely larger than manuel antonio beach. I visited s padeas sewer on my first visit to the park and spent maybe an hour between the water and working out on the beach itself number seven. We're speculating at sunset. An incredible weight experience. Costa rican beach is by horseback riding at sunset. I ended up experiencing this at blam at the palo about twenty to thirty minutes or so away from and while antonio and have a blog and a show and included some videos the scenes on this block as well number eight playa multiple whether it's black sand bluewater and privacy are with its black sand bluewater privacy. This is definitely a beach you want to visit. I went to play him. Not the below both for half a day and for the course back at out two different days number nine now. Yucca waterfalls within about thirty minutes from my stay or an hour. From the manuel antonio area are the nyaka waterfalls. If you love chasing waterfalls yucca to your list is a must. I ended up doing at the twelve or hike round trip when i visited the waterfalls and that was the same day you guys. I went to do horseback riding at sunset and also included photos images behind the scenes and have a blog and show dedicated to the waterfalls number ten foodi favorites in and near manuel antonio costa rica. I love costa rican food and trying new places. Some of my favorites include baldy -freshing s buddy. A beach emilio's cafe and young and i've included some images and things that i had there like the beach day smoothie at bobby us or the juice and could be in severe chair at emilio's or simply coffee and views and fresh juice at lvn. Top ten manuel antonio. Costa rica has limitless options for beach beaches. Nature adventure lovers and foodies. You'll love the beach in nature that surround what activity interest you to do the most top ten things to do and minimal antonio costa rica. You're traveling soon. 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"first adventure" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"Like dr. Not exactly like in a place where i feel. Like we need a complete reboot of superman. Unless you go with like avows odd or calvin ellis and then it's a whole new universe of a superman because i think back when we did. They did superman returns. They'd be shepherd a soft reboot of that like into something more but they wanted to distance themselves from all the superman that had come before because superman returns being so much of just a continuation of what was already done. It wasn't so much. An ode appreciation to the film as much as it was like just a continuation and this was seen times. We had the darker going on. And i think after the dark knight they were looking at different options of what to do and they just decided that it was just being rebuilt at or should have done superman and that made sense that the time so i just feel like we don't really need that right now now i you know cavill. Kabul has become my favorite superman. He he just want. He looks the part to in in some of his scenes. You know especially in man of steel like just with a look and with his actions a what he does to save the day like he inspires trusted hope in in the people around him. He he really did in that movie. People like to look past that because of the The large scale action set pieces but did and in in batman versus superman. He he got to play the part of you. Know part of the world love superman and part of world distrusts him because of their hatred bigotry. as well. As you know like batman and just trust issues like they can't trust somebody that powerful who could potentially be that dangerous And you can see that part of the world would would react that way as well and then we're gonna get to see what he gets to do here You know his his superman. I think if he had another opportunity to land somewhere between men of steel and bbs and justice league It would be really great. I would love to see him again. In a man of steel to you know with with a different director. I mean we get we get m. c. And i love snyder and i think he was the perfect choice. In my opinion to to bring superman to the big screen to show. What's possible to be done with superman these days. But i want to see you know they. They do all these movies. Sequels and stuff a lot of them get done by different directors like especially if you see like mcu First adventure was great but winter soldier was the best thing the ncaa was done and the russo brothers did a lot of great stuff for the mcu doesn't getting just by getting their foot in the door. And we can have that with superman. And also i think. Zack zack is. He's done with with all that you know. He's giving us his snyder pedal justice league. And then you know that's an which is okay. I mean he can produce obviously especially if they use cavill moving forward in any other film And i wanna see more with him. I'd love to see cavill with another director. Be superman but if they tell a another universe story with a different superman i mean i get. I want to see it. I'm gonna. I'm going to see it and you know. I'm sure that i will be entertained. And also have things to say about it. I'm sure there's going to be great things. And i'm sure there's gonna be things that aren't so great that everybody else about because that's exactly but that's all anyone ever wants to do. So all right. That's the news. We're all cut up on this episode of the tunnel. Think everyone for being here with us and have a good night sky..
"first adventure" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"Appropriate with katrina julia. This is all about helping you. Create a life and business. You hands on with tips tools and technology. It's about the freedom freedom of expression of time of location of an ultimate financial freedom. I understand the struggle. I've been there. I've walked through and continue to walk it. Walking from fear to fate devaluing sell pre to love calling and bondage three dollars. So it's been a journey as you can see walking dead right there with you on your own. Green a life and business learn all the themes about wellness about how about lifestyle and travel. You will learn how creating it and how you can create it too. So who am i. I'm katrina julia. Lifestyle entrepreneur a creator traveling. Welcome to costa rica adventure with santa elena cloud forest reserve in monteverde costa rica as they transition to a different part of costa rica. My adventures transformed as well. One of the reasons why i chose monteverde for my next global travel destination in costa rica is because of the cloud forest reserves in the area. Who doesn't want to experience living fairytale in one way by walking through a cloud forest reserve immersed in nature so what is a cloud forest reserve. I'm glad you asked. I wondered the same when i first learned about them. They often take the form of fog low hanging clouds hovering around me. Upper shanavie of the forest before the leaves of trees and plants condense down below. There are several cloud forest reserves in monteverde including month verde and santillana and the children's eternal rainforest. Which is at a lower elevation hence a rainforest. I'm visiting month of editor for three weeks. And i will definitely visit several if not all of them. Depending after reading my tan feeds blog on the cloud forest reserves. I decided to visit santa elena. I and i'm so glad i did. In nineteen ninety-two santa. Elena cloud forest reserve was established projecting over seven hundred acres of cloud forest land. It neighbors the monteverde cloud forest reserve walking through santillana. You will feel like a fairytale princess or prints in every way the views the sounds and the feelings of being in the cloud forest reserve are in describable. And help you be present in every way and you can follow along with the images. I have in the blog with the link in the show notes. So let's talk about visiting santa elena cloud forest reserve visiting santa elena cloud for his to serve after arriving at my airbnb and monteverde costa rica. I outlined some adventures. I would love to have with lex. -bility wanted to have various adventures every two to three days or so during my almost three weeks. Stay in monteverde. I loved my ventures in laugher tuna. Costa rica at the same time. I wanted a slower pace. I decided to my first adventure. Be sent allen a cloud forest reserve. I noticed on the monteverdi the map. It is close to my ear airbnb. So i google transportation options. And if you've been walking was a distant are wasn't option and asked my airbnb host. It's about four. Miles from the center of santa elena is lush green and full of flora and found out walking distance. While it could be doable. It's on an incline and it's over. Three miles and road is very very gravelly. The santa elena of the region is small and everything is relatively close. Especially if you left watt alec. I mentioned the same time the hills some of the conditions of the road. At least at this point were when i'm visiting in january february of two thousand twenty one. The misty and rainy weather may have you rethink walking in many areas. Due to the uphills the roads and the weather. I decided to get transportation for sentelle cloud forest reserve and in the link in the show notes. I also included a map of the area. The shuttle was right at twelve dollars with slightly increased prices due to the pandemic and a substantial substantially low lower re of tourism hence driving at least has increased to some degrees depending on the driver. Well entrance fee and hours. The santa elena cloud forest reserve as of the time i visited in early february of two thousand twenty one is sixteen dollars and well worth it. Any hours are seven. Am to four pm but make sure you check fees and hours. In case things change. I went on a friday. Was the first to arrive. The reserve includes a bathroom cafe and small gift shop as well. The map below that i shared via all trails and via their actual site and they provide with you. Were you may find. Routes globally as far as all trails is concerned. I recommend you take a picture of the paper map when you purchase your ticket. In addition trails are very walmart what to wear to santa cloud forest reserve. I don't know about you. But i am very cold natured. So when i decided i would go in the morning combined with reading about the elevations and the potential missed rain. I decided to bundle up. I loved the onesie might yes. Pj's to shirts. Sweatpants jacket entering cope with any hike. Were closed to choose. Like i did with the rio. Celeste waterfall and hype episode blog. Keep in mind. There was a cold front. And i am using.