30 Burst results for "Five Six Years Old"

"five six years old" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"five six years old" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

"I was always aerial nature always wanting to sell problems always wanting to create a business. I think i was in first grade five. Six years old transferred her out how disturbed business and not only that. I always was very curious of how things work. Always deconstructing things like. My parents were probably pretty frustrated with me from like disassembling vacuum cleaners at night and really not having not having no interest back together. So i remember a lot of times by by parents big. You'd like you took out apart again. I don't know how to put it back together. You know so so sounds figure out how things work out is probably the nature engineer. Took it a little bit differently. Because i wanted. I wanted to building go on crete engineer. Kind of goes really. Well i think with the for the creative and so you figure how things work think of these ideas about what you want to build create a host. Do not from five six years ago. Five six years old. My parents doing that those two or three years. Old general has all the memories. That i i've heard stories so eric. My dad always taught me really interested in played all all the way in college. Fitness was always part my life..

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"five six years old" Discussed on The Toy Reviewer

The Toy Reviewer

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"five six years old" Discussed on The Toy Reviewer

"What is a chelsea barbie doll. Well chelsea robert which who is also in bari's younger sister which is also on the show Bari life in the dream house. And i think it's still on that flex you if you have not watched the show. You probably shouldn't there. It'll show you Chelsea who is barbie's a little sister fan. Yes so anyways. She replace kelly after two thousand ten g pierce to be about five six years old and a slightly taller than kelly dolls. I produced in two thousand eleven is part of the my fab sisters line. Now what is the difference between barbie and chelsea what chelsea is a is a bari's little sister also chelsea dolls. I actually want myself. And they're much shorter than barbie dolls. And also in the show barbie life in the dream house. Chelsea's hair is blonde. But they they're a bunch of chelsea dolls who have different colored hair. A couple of my chelsea dolls have black hair. Some of them have brown hair. Some of them have blonde hair so it have a lot of different hair colors and they have a lot of different styles to in the show. I think chelsea has like a blonde hair. Like she wears too little ponytails. But i like to remind chelsea adults have the down in a pony tail and two point tails in a braid. So yeah there's a lot of different hairstyles for these chelsea barbie dolls.

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What Is a Chelsea Barbie Doll?

The Toy Reviewer

01:51 min | 7 months ago

What Is a Chelsea Barbie Doll?

"What is a chelsea barbie doll. Well chelsea robert which who is also in bari's younger sister which is also on the show Bari life in the dream house. And i think it's still on that flex you if you have not watched the show. You probably shouldn't there. It'll show you Chelsea who is barbie's a little sister fan. Yes so anyways. She replace kelly after two thousand ten g pierce to be about five six years old and a slightly taller than kelly dolls. I produced in two thousand eleven is part of the my fab sisters line. Now what is the difference between barbie and chelsea what chelsea is a is a bari's little sister also chelsea dolls. I actually want myself. And they're much shorter than barbie dolls. And also in the show barbie life in the dream house. Chelsea's hair is blonde. But they they're a bunch of chelsea dolls who have different colored hair. A couple of my chelsea dolls have black hair. Some of them have brown hair. Some of them have blonde hair so it have a lot of different hair colors and they have a lot of different styles to in the show. I think chelsea has like a blonde hair. Like she wears too little ponytails. But i like to remind chelsea adults have the down in a pony tail and two point tails in a braid. So yeah there's a lot of different hairstyles for these chelsea barbie dolls.

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"five six years old" Discussed on The Social Work Routes Podcast

The Social Work Routes Podcast

05:52 min | 7 months ago

"five six years old" Discussed on The Social Work Routes Podcast

"They don't provide them insulin. But they try to diabetes prevention so that you hopefully will need the insulin and so The way my team is working here in fresno county the departments we over seattle number of the prevention services for the county election trying to do a lot more of the community education. Explain to people what is trauma. And then you have to can have a say really. It's definitely not a cookie cutter in it. It's it's interesting work at the same time i think. That's fascinating and rewarding. Can i ask you a little bit about you. Know you mentioned your own identity a little bit and ethnic studies. I mean press county. The for the central valley has a great history of people from all over the world including in running unity. And could you. Could you just a little bit about like growing up. You know with your background and your own sense of identity in the valley especially the revolution in iran. Yes oh so to win. The revolution occurred there. I was so young here in the united states. That i don't remember it. I i guess my first recollection of all of that. Is you know being on the on a street in toronto. Shortly after my parents had arrived. I remember walking with my dad. And there's large protests and there's posters all over of a of the ayatollah anonymously. My dad you know kind of who that you know. There's this picture of this man with the beard. All over the place who's this guy And the interesting thing is at that point. I understood farsi. But my family wasn't where you know five six years old. And so i promise lincoln and i remember There might my my pants kind of stressing like hey dobie speaking out here like you know you you've got you've gotta keep it. We don't want unnecessary attention Because there could be a millionaire can be accused of being a spy can be you know things like that so it was it was really scary time and and You know it. I was unfortunate to experience. I was there for a couple of years. I was able to were expansion of the iran for example my parents you know and and the things that you know that they hold dearly at what they love so much about you know. The homeland mind was a an experienced of the country that was going to obviously right after the revolution a lot of turmoil and there was an outbreak of war. You know so for child it. Was you know the expenses were different. You know we didn't know what. I came back in the united states on. I'll go back but you know people will be talking about nurseries. Or certain cartoons. I'd never seen We didn't have the same programming I did learn. The language was was fluent in it for for a period of time before losing when he making united states. But this would be the process would have to seek asylum etc so my my family you know liquidated in i guess just one of the benefits in a place like that you can maybe pie visa. you know if you liquidate stuff and you just you know kind kinda under the table or included in your application..

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"five six years old" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

05:27 min | 7 months ago

"five six years old" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

"Speeding up and younger generations are creating things that i'm not even aware of because it's just not in my sphere of of concern at this point but the judgment of you must be this or you have to be that i see that so much Expressed by by human beings where. We're so judgmental that this thing shouldn't be because it's not our choice. Our this thing shouldn't be because we've never heard of it before are we don't understand it therefore it should not be in. It's sort of like you're saying i can't comprehend that so i just can't be part of it because i can't comprehend it but obviously i'm one that is curious and i want to comprehend. Things may not be something that i want to partake in but learning about it in satisfying curiosity of wow you know. Here's a whole new set of terms. I've never even heard. I find things like that very intriguing. Which is probably why. Have a podcast so that we can talk about stuff like this. So i understand that. It's it's it's a it's a scenario where you're not necessarily this way. Always and there are people certainly who identify themselves as heterosexual and then at some point. They no longer do that. I always knew that i was gay. I i can recall five six years old. Knowing that i was gay i was attracted to other males and i know people in my personal life. Now that are over fifty That tell me that they were attracted to women at one time and then that changed and from my perspective. It's easy to say. Oh no you're always you're just in the closet. You're you're pushing that down. You know you are always gay and you just decided to get comfortable with it and come out of the closet at some point. You didn't turn your always gay but why do we even have to have that type of stance you know. It's so funny. Because sometimes the people that seek tolerance the most can also be very intolerant. And i have found that among my people of the gay community as well and i just in very allowing of everyone to have their path without judgment and all of that judgment is always rooted in that was not my experience and so for me to feel good about my experience. I need you to concur with it. Or i need you to have the same experience and you have to question why we ever think that you know. Why do we think that someone else's experiences a threat to ours are someone else's gender identity are however we're calling. That now is a threat to ours. I make jokes about it for sure but at the end of the day i want everyone to be able to live a life of joy and the idea of sex or gender expression and other different things. But that's all human construct it's human creation that women are supposed to be this and men are supposed to be that and we're supposed to behave this way and we're supposed to pair off in these opposite gender couples and have are two or three children and pay our taxes. Indic- you know that's what we're told to do in life and we're seeing this blossoming now. that a lot of referring to as an awakening period for humanity and i fully mo board for that i fully see that humanity is transitioning. That's what tire the stream all about transitioning out of that old construct of fear and keeping everybody in a template even if it served the expansion of humanity. We obviously don't need it anymore. We don't need borders. We don't need the type of governments that we've had we don't need to be told how to live in. What do we need roads. We need you know a postal service in internet and things like that. But we really don't need to be told this is what you're supposed to be..

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"five six years old" Discussed on Scorpio Rising

Scorpio Rising

05:46 min | 8 months ago

"five six years old" Discussed on Scorpio Rising

"And and that will really trigger a visualization technique. Where you go back to. This place of life is amazing. Anything's possible when you tap into this magic part of yourself you don't think about all these limiting thoughts you don't think about all these limiting thoughts don't think about all these limiting beliefs it just like a kid like kids. Think about it. Have you ever seen somebody or were you raise in an environment where parents were yelling There was arguing that kind of thing. Do you notice or do you remember or do you. Do you observe like if you have nieces or nephews how they move around it. They don't focus on it. They don't stay with it. It's really after years in years of people telling you to be more serious to be more upset to be more scared and in all these different things and one of the things that this book also talks about. How when we worry about things and when we worry about other people that's actually naw good energy even if you love that person when you worry about them you put worry into the energy so i wanted to share this with you to say to think about really when you were young and you believed anything was possible you can still tap into that energy even though maybe people beat you down or you forgot about it or you wanna believe it but you don't believe it all the way you need to live in that world you need to feel that world you need to not just your remember that no actually feel like what it felt like when you were young like four or five six years old or whatever the best time in your childhood was and just remember how no matter what happened you had an imagination and that imagination can manifest and when you tap into that energy you follow your excitement you follow your true path so think about that throughout the week think about who you are and think about the words that you are speaking and when you speak harsh words to yourself go back to this place of i expect magic i expect miracles i expect i expect that call on that call on that they taught us not to ask for you gotta ask for man you gotta just say hey like i'm ready for it and believe it at feel it and see it and experience and that's why i say go back to when you were five is if you told a five year old that they would close their eyes and they would feel it and and that's and that's an as the take that with you enjoy that soak that up and on that note i'm out and i just want to say again thank you all for the support. I'm slowly growing my twitter page a mike for years late to the party at yo niki. Scorpio reach out to me on twitter. So that i can. I can have conversations in twitter wanna like twitter. I like human interaction dealing with people on that note. Be kinds yourself. Speak kind words because people get sick off of the hate people people get sick when you keep hate inside of you so let it out let it out. Let it out. Let it out. Let it out visualize all of that that you have an in visualize a spiritual dynamite. Just blow all of that up so you can let go and move on. We're warriors meaning that we are vulnerable and that makes a strong and we take that strength. We take that anger. We'd take that joy in everything that we have and we harnessed we focus it and when we come together and when we unify when we unite for a greater cause and we put our energy our money into the like minded 'cause there is a major ripple effect. We need to do this now. Because the school system is absolutely bonkers and for people to expect kids to just graduate high school and go into the real world right now is absolutely and totally insensitive. And it's crazy is crazy but this generation is so doubt that they'll be resilient and as what i'm saying like they'll get caught in your funk net depression man like get up. I know that it's hard. I know that his hard please hit me up. I'll tell you my story. Man era days where i had no clue what i was doing. But it was just complete and total intuition and manifested. Incredible things from some of the toughest places that i was in. I wanna see when. I wanna see you when beg most importantly i want you to have peace. I want you to wake up every day. Be like yeah. This is my vibration. This is my energy. And when i keep my vibration at this frequency that i can tap into that greatness. When i stay in that place of just visualizing myself being in the frequency the golden frequency that connects me to the greatness and that anytime i feel out of place. I visualize myself being back there then. I feel that nobody is going to distract me from me enjoying my life and if there is anyone in your life who makes you feel small. Who makes you feel guilty or shameful or you find yourself apologizing where you find yourself over extending some people who just simply don't appreciate you okay. It is really okay to stay in your frequency and to not let them affect your frequency because your frequency is dope is sacred is powerful. And that's how we change this beautiful world that we're living in and we make history. I i love you because if we can hate people we don't know then we can soar luke.

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"five six years old" Discussed on Delicious Ways to Feel Better

Delicious Ways to Feel Better

05:07 min | 8 months ago

"five six years old" Discussed on Delicious Ways to Feel Better

"Which on necessarily the best thing for our health because we're looking at really low fat yoga's for example have had so much taken out and put so much in on paps is good for us but which using a base in the calories because we think that's the best indicator of how and actually it's so interesting that it's not against that leads us onto my next question is oversee that whole chapter in the book about ultra prices diets which we know of becoming a bigger and bigger paw of the western diet. Where do those aides for into this. All of this is implied in the sandwich experiment. The first of all let's define ultra processed foods because processed foods shouldn't be considered bad automatically because processed foods have been around our society forever. Cooking is a process so applying heat. Something as a process. Pasteurization of milk is the process. Grinding up your wheat into flour is a process. A process is not necessarily bad. The definition of ultra processed food which is a relatively recent concept. I want to say probably only five six years old is the concept of which the processing of said food that you're eating cannot be done domestically either in your home or in a restaurant it's gotta be factory extrusion all kinds of weird and wonderful stuff unpalatable some but it's a description. So that's an ultra processed food and you might think you if i don't eat that sitting here in the uk. North america high income countries. We get fifty percent or more of our calories on average from ultra processed foods. Now the thing about algebra says is that. I think we need to be careful what we talk about when we talk about ultra process. You have to remember that. The ultra processed label also includes things like most of the plant based milks by definition algebra. Says i'm just making sure that when we talk about food that we talked about the nutritional contents ultra processes label which tend to represent lower nutritional content food. But not always is my point. No i think that's a really good point. She said say at tell us. Tell us more about it in house rather than to the cattering compensation so the problem with most ultra processed foods is because of the level of processing. That has been done. So when you actually have ultra processed foods you are having foods that are typically lower in protein and fiber and higher in fat sugar and salt so that in essence is why we should limit our intake. There was a study done by a colleague of mine. Kevin hall at the nih in bethesda in maryland..

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"five six years old" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

05:31 min | 8 months ago

"five six years old" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"It's a really think about it that way. I look at it for myself to like. I was only thinking about football baseball. You know i wasn't thinking about. And then when i thought about football best the rising get the longevity side of knew about it but it didn't really hit me like this right for you to to do with it. Yes you're literally. I don't even want to call it second nature like that's i nature for you. You know what i mean. The thing is that you do is something. That's a part of you. That's who you are so right. I can understand that you appreciate that. But i like i said for you all. I really sat down. Wait all your options and looked at laid it out and said like what can i basically you know. I'm already fascinating. Need to slow down. And i know One of atlanta. Rapper said this in a song longtime ago. Chris he said. Why don't you take it slow. Walk down a hill and get all you get everything. Get all the money. Or whatever he was missing in our that he spit But it was something like you know. Take your time way options because it is video game world business. I we've had guests on here have been part of big companies like twitch and stuff like that and we talk about you know the fast rise of a shout caster or eastwards appro and take your time because you have so many different outlets after lou being a eastwestberlin then once you're you know you could be extra peak at twenty or twenty five so you could be on the decline because just because you age out because the games is started so young. I mean started at five six years old. We we had a. We had a guest on here skeptic who was east for its pro at sixteen right now but he's been playing since he was eight. The oh so take your time. Make sure you got a nice gained glass before the thing you know before that when it might be over. It's not over because you're not at that level but also just a piggyback on that man like to me we're in we're in age of hybrid create something out of nothing. There's not just that just does managing things like a manager can also be your narc and also be your publicist. It can also be you know what i mean like. There's so many different things that you can tie into a job title so even in a twitch world or when you're gaming there's so many different avenues you can get into licensing in sinking music. Creating having people create a soundtrack for your stuff. And maybe do something like you said. You've never heard these rap lyrics. You got all these platinum plaques from things together and finding other ways to the jury as well. He's wondering what i'm saying. So there's just so many different ways to tap into different different avenues and different revenue streams and create new platforms for people to Merced things they left to do so. That's utah martha music. Side there with the video game size the same thing you could be eastwards. Could be shout caster or you can work behind the camera. Work on audiovisual. So that's what i let my. My players noah lakeland say look this eastward thing is is one thing but then you could be this this and this is for other things you can do along with doing and some of them already. Do it already learn how to juggle all these different little tasks and that's something that we are doing here. A lot of us you know. Been in john. They got other jobs that they end up juggling along with this podcast. But that's the beauty of a platform. Mike which platform like spotify and other foreign help musicians like yourself. Get your lyrics out there. Get your bars out there..

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"five six years old" Discussed on Let's Talk Wellness Now

Let's Talk Wellness Now

05:51 min | 8 months ago

"five six years old" Discussed on Let's Talk Wellness Now

"Always done that in my life like been drawn to the semantic practices. Learn about shmona keeling over the years and Poll of spirituality has been really strong in my life. But i felt like i needed to go and studied. Learn with somebody get that deeper connection it. I'm so grateful that i did. Because i came out of it. A completely different person knowing how to embrace my feminine side without always having to be on that masculine side knowing that. I don't always have to be that crabby bullish person demanding that things happen and it made all the difference in my life. I don't know where i would have been had. I studied with someone like you to figure out how to change. The semi lifestyle could be peaceful again. Yeah yeah and. I think it's going down. That path is one of the greatest of revolution especially for a woman. This is the the the deep uncovering in the deep knowing of all of the things beyond beneath. But we'd been conditioned to believe about ourselves about our bodies about our sexuality or expression so to hear that you've gone. That journey is just incredible in Journey that when you take it for people who are listening. You hasn't heard me talk about this before. It's a journey that you have to surrender right like you don't have a choice but to surrender. What's going on otherwise you're not going to get to the other side which was probably one of the hardest things for women. These days is to just surrender. Mvp impresses some of the deep ones. That have happened to us through our full life. In this practice that i was with women. I mean there were women shedding things. That had happened to them is children. You know. little children like five six years old and some teenagers of course. Because that's where we get a lot of our conditioning from but to to watch them go through this evolution of change and the whole and have to finally processed that traumatic thing..

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"five six years old" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

JOHN16AND12.COM

03:38 min | 9 months ago

"five six years old" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

"And they toss darrow. Also the war Soils was full of it also. I did the video. I have three or four. The us the show it and Then i i took some of the flakes atocha away the soil and clean the top so it was only only the goal them flakes. And then i go to church. And then i show them. This is what was in the morning and of course they want them. They thought it was like federalized rice oil. I can't say that word but some you put on on the plans for it to go better. And i say this soil is Maybe five six years old. So it's not a new soil and i am not bought anything to to make them. Plants grow faster. Let's not but they didn't understood what it was. And and it was before i go to took the flight to utah and i clean up and so i had a can follow those golden flakes. And i've i've felt like like that. No-one have told me that. I should go to salt lake city but i felt like because of the flakes that i have got it was it was maybe a half liter of flakes. So i took some of. It didn't take everything and in the to the case. I should take with me and i didn't know before. Come to the border of canada and united states. When i was in toronto i had to have a paper to sign in and the the papers say that the we were not allowed to bring in anything that that had with farms to do no no soil from another country so and i was thinking you have soil with me because it not perfect clean those flakes was had seen some soil around the mixed.

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"five six years old" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

03:24 min | 11 months ago

"five six years old" Discussed on In The Pews

"Were this with the war of god. And that's when i start falling in love with this like deeply like okay so i can use my gift here. I can actually do do it and use it for the one who gave it to me. That's the that's exactly the moment. Click because better. The past there was different used for different purposes. You grew up catholic. You all yes very carefully we My mom still lives there Our house it a block away from the parish. Wow yeah and it was funny way. I grew up Being a very strong catholic because my mom was Very catholic always in prayer. Going to church. My father didn't want to go to church really. Yes but he said every sunday. I'm not gonna give you your allowance until you come back from church and you tell me the gospel and the readings but he didn't go himself hidden go. Wow yeah that's weird. It is so always. Probably i dunno quantitative four five six years old and i was paying attention closely. He notes and everything my allowance right but it was beautiful because it did. It did develop this. You know this. This desire to to to learn more. And i became to know the the the ceremony the mass i very well and i enjoy it a lot. Since i was very little. Why do you think your dad didn't go. I don't know if you felt guilty about something. Perhaps not worthy. I don't think she's family was not They were catholic. But they never you know Practice it probably. He was never told or he was never talked or anything like that but he knew it was something that we need it. Okay so he he encouraged and in that way. Oh yeah while that's the. That's that's very unusual very unusual and the the formula that worked. Definitely the would that with your kids. Withhold their allowance until they can tell you what the the whole no but i took them to mass every sunday and sometimes even if they didn't want to it was just you know we have to do is in the parts that the now we need to learn that we need to help different communication. Now been You know talked by them now. I'm getting the feedback. Now they're on their twenties. Now they're telling me you know what when you know when i was growing up sometimes have felt forced while But we you know we were feeding the seed. We were planting the seed and Sometimes you do have to make your kids because if you let your kids do whatever they want. There's no way they're gonna exactly a church in and as you know as a parent i mean you. Only you only do what you can do with your own tool so nine. They don't they. Don't come when instructions and you just do what best you can. And but i relies definitely..

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"five six years old" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

08:19 min | 11 months ago

"five six years old" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Got caught because i was terrible. I was good at other things but when came to stealing. I was terrible. I remember one time that we're having a water. Balloon fights In my neighborhood. And i just bigger. Let me walk to the liquor store. I think i was like a second grade and limit to the liquor store. And i remember walking in their barefooted. Back in the day when you walk your you walk around barefoot everywhere. And i remember i had some tough scans and a white t shirt and for those who don't know what skin zara love tough skins. Come on those. Those are from k. Mart. or probably sony's hacking to who'll worth all words ody's of course. Yeah hey man. Those dough cords bro with the fly. Quarter time tops. Hell yes i wanted those so bad man the brown gray black and back then whenever you got a whole. You're you got a patch today. Girls walk around with holes everywhere bill. And it's like a style you might tore genes that we throw but walked into a liquor store. News called john's liquor for everybody for here for my neighborhood. Everybody knows john's liquor. So i walked in there and i'm walking around my mistake that i walked around the entire store about five times scoping it out and i didn't realize that up here there was a fucking What do you call. The guy from the register was looking at me. And i looked around and i grabbed the back of water blues stuck in my underwear and i walked out and i told the guy said i'm not buying today now. That was stupid. So i walk out and waiting for the cars to stop. You know flocking. Cross hurry up. Hurry up and i see the guy come up with a liquor store and i turned around and just give back. He's not ran. But i went in and he says he said what are you have right. There he pointed down to my garage. And i said that's what i told him and he was like inside your underwear said i saw you and i said okay. He said you're probably going to have to call my mom then so i gave them a number to call my mom. I walked over there at my ass burner. That man bro. I'm talking about pool my hair. What pieces of hair came out. My answer took up to a took it out. And he's not we don't want to know more he could have him. He said you did our job right so she told me to go by there. No more but i learned my lesson never sold again. Never sold again talk. Y'all and that's that's that's real parenting. I mean that's what's missing these days you know. Of course you know can be extreme when it gets super violent because i saw that growing up too with different relatives and stuff and sometimes it would be like wall he. Just lighten up on. You know you gotta think you know when you're a parent. I'm not a parent. But i can only empathize with those who are because i see the pressures that they go through man and people ask me all the missiles bullets man. I don't even know to be honest as far as having children and get caught up in that whole thing In in many ways it was it's been like a blessing for me. Even though i feel kind of sometimes like i'm like oh man i'm not married. I don't have children but i'm still who i am. You know at the end of the day. And i do see that. That's what's missing back to the parenting. As far as that situation you know parent a little tough parents. Okay i had a. I had a very with a healthy fear of my parents after louis. Yeah he didn't have to beat me up and stuff even though a few times. I had to get disciplined. But i always knew as a child. I knew it was like hey you know. Don't want them in. I don't want them knowing what i'm doing because then they're just gonna monitor me even more not that. I was doing anything bad. But i always knew like just just be good like try to be as good as you. Can you know what i'm saying. There were times. I messed up. Of course you know one thing. I will say this. At least from what i see from what i see. I may be wrong. I don't everybody's neighborhood but at least in my neighborhood a lot of kids don't fear the parents anymore. And what i mean by fears is respect. You know that. If i do this i'm gonna fuck up. I can't do this believe me. i've seen it. Would kids yellowed their parents. You know a cuss at their parents. i mean. Even when i was just a little bit younger when i was maybe a right out of high school i remember. I went to a friend's house and Here bossom lunch. We know what to eat in his mom grabbed Of some chicken off his off of his plate. It was like a boil of that. We got tommy's pearls. She grabbed a piece of chicken and shocked me. That he said put it back. Ross soccer the fucking face. He taught now. I'm like yeah. You know i. 'cause i'm thinking i'm about to witness a murder right now right and she said here's what the moms god i just wanted a little piece. He will put back next time. you ask. that's when i started seeing a decline of kids. Their parents sure and eighty men know lion. I did have friends that would say stuff to their parents. And sometimes the parents would say fu and it'll be like whoa wait a minute. What the hell your parents just said f. And they would talk like that. It was a trip. You know some of my friends they. They would call their parents. Like i had different types of friends. So when not go. Hang out with him. I would see what was going on at their in their households and they would be like calling their parents by their first name. Cursing adam and stuff. And i'll be like dude. I tried to get away with the first time. I even attempted to be rude. It was like. I didn't from somewhere else and i remember just cussing yeah effort of my mother and she wouldn't take terrified role you know. I would like to see a little bit. More respect for kids. Having for their for their parents today absolutely. That's what's missing and like i say it's okay. It's just what happens. Is you know they try to get what is it. The child All the police and all that stuff but at the end of the day you know they do. Discipline is okay. Yes discipline is okay. Parents lobby real fast floppies house floppy news. Now just to show you guys really quick floppy disk for those of you. That may not know what we used to use drum machines back in the days and we'll get a little bit more into that as we get more into the interview but let me ask you some browser Because he's a lot of questions as a goofy dj. I like to ask guys that. I look up to like what inspired him. What motivated what made you become a dj. What do you think it was. What say like this man. I was very blessed to have cousins that were. Dj's i had my cousin robert robert vasquez. He was in a group called magic touch occur and they they were out of like southgate lynnwood right so he was somebody in my life. That inspired a lot. He put a lot. He planted those seeds because he was like the first cat out here. He would tell me stuff like and he was. They were listening to like prince an atomic dog. I was already. I was maybe nine ten years old. But i was already a radiohead since i always tell people this like when i when i was a young child when i was a baby i used to. Parents bought me a record player at the little mickey mouse record player etc and i was playing their records and they always tell me you know you would just sit there and you just look at the record us as look at it like you just study the revolutions per minute light. You just ran the zone. And i was to always love record labels. There was just a trip how it was. Just it fascinated me as a child just to see the many different types of labels from all the different companies and town. And you know just. It's oh man. I'm to this day. I'm still like they were com- they were like baseball cards comic books. I was just so special to me. It just connected with a really. It would always spark my attention always be looking at different records and just feel inside right so then i used to from there. Okay i had the record player at cetera. Then i went to the radio and growing up. Let's say five six years old. That's when i started listening to like. I'd like seven eight. Start listening to the mighty six ninety which was a radio station. Am six ninety which was literally out of the wanna mahyco..

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From ballet dancer to zombie slayer: Cree actor Michael Greyeyes on his prolific career

Unreserved

04:32 min | 11 months ago

From ballet dancer to zombie slayer: Cree actor Michael Greyeyes on his prolific career

"You may have seen my guest today on the small screen and big screens or on the stage. Michael is is a man of many talents. He's a classically trained ballet dancer. Choreographer director playwright and renowned actor over his three decade. Long career michael has appeared in some of the most beloved first nation films like dance me outside and smoke signals. He has taken on challenging roles. Playing indigenous leaders like sitting bull wandering spirit to come see and crazy horse more recently. He's taken the small screen by storm appearing on hit tv shows like fear the walking dead true detective and the soon to be released nbc. Comedy rutherford falls. Michael is net. Oh and a member of the musket lake cremation in sketch. Juan and he joins me now from los angeles. Welcome to the show. Michael falen thank you so much for the invitation. Oh it's so great to have you here so you're in los angeles right now But i wanna go back a bit. Can you tell me about where you grew up. I'm from treaty. Six territory in saskatchewan My mom and dad are from reserves in the middle of saskatchewan. My dad's from moscow. And my mom is from sweet grass and my sister and my family. We lived in a couple of places where in the capelle valley. Of course lebron and then we moved to saskatoon and saskatoon was where i spent my boyhood until i was plucked plucked from the prairies at the age of ten years old to attend canada's national ballet school in toronto and my family and i we moved from treaty six territory to To dish with one spoon territory. So i could pursue dance as as a career potential career and so i wanna talk about your dancing a bit but first i want to know what was it. Like growing up on the prairies. What do you remember What do you remember about growing up on the prairies. So many beautiful things. Obviously that's home. That's that's that's my home. That's where i know about my family. My a my early years. I remember the sunlight of remember the sky. I remember my cousins and all my relatives. And i remember playing just riding my bike with my banana seat all over town. They need to make banana seats again. They're very comfortable. they do they do in los angeles. There's a whole like bike culture. We're fleeing be tricked out bike's banana seats. So you're known primarily as an actor now but as you mentioned you know you got into the entertainment industry in a different way. You started as a dancer as a ballet dancer. So how does a kid growing up in saskatoon and up in the ballet well by accident entirely by axes we were living in saskatoon and my mom was a teacher at the school for the deaf. A very famous School for deaf children in saskatoon and my sister. And i were doing you know little kid things. I was playing hockey of course and my sister was taking dance lessons so mumbai. I we used to week for my sister in the car and i was you know five six years old so i was like a super board super easily so it was like she died. She'd done and i would go up and check on her. I remember the classes at the university of scotch one and it was kind of like this wile experiences little kid i walk in. I'd look for her and then she be dancing with these little girls. In one day. I decided to really kinda pay attention to what they were doing. And i and then. I blurted got ceesay. Teacher overheard me. She said well. Do you think it's easy. Why don't you come on back next week. So i said A will and i told my mom all week. I'm going to dance next week. And she of course you know. I apparently said lots of crazy things as as a boy but as the days got closer. She was like okay he. He's repeating it. He's he's he's he's insistent about this. Why do you think you're going to death sex because the teacher invited me so with my mom and my mom used me. I'm so so sorry. Michael thinks that you've invited him. Smith usually oh yeah yeah yeah come on in. And that's how. It started precocious boy pushing his way into a dance class that he hadn't signed up for.

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"five six years old" Discussed on The Healing Place Podcast

The Healing Place Podcast

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"five six years old" Discussed on The Healing Place Podcast

"Because i thought it would make panic worse. That's what i had to do. I had to go back into that endeavor that healing work in order to process that. And now i don't have panic attacks. And now i'm free from it because i did go back in Which was scary. It was scary. But oh my gosh. It was liberating. It's funny how it's it's kind of counter intuitive logically. Obviously don't think of these things that have anything to logic but feeling that feeling and logically think. Well that's making me feel bad. So i'm not gonna go there but then after some time you think well hang on. That doesn't work just doesn't work in avoiding y found for myself really started to limit my mic. Possibility my contention in life because then you start you kind of get into a way of living. That's just very limited just to avoid getting going there to those to the Looking back on my god i was. Just you know you get into this kind of supposed rotter pattern. That's kind of safe. But i was. It was very limiting cool me. And then i yeah. It's it's a it's a it's a it's funny how we work isn't may be how we made built crated. Whatever would you won't see us. Yes oh true. And i love what you just said about getting into the rut because with brain plasticity studies and earning change ritual patterns. It is about you. Mine was a big avoided avoiding behavior of. Don't drive on the highway because highway scare me. Don't go over bridges because bridges scary mine had a lot of driving phobias the surface but in these ruts like you said that were created but once i learned how to change those eventual patterns. Do that healing work. Someone wants said it to me like as if you're paving over those rough braatz filling it in in in creating new roads in new pathway right. That's right yeah. Amazing am so so. That's really the t two things. I'm undoing i do professionally and really it was it was out of necessity Traumatic childhood and four four or five years of living in dysfunctional dysfunctional terrified. Know mother and father fighting and violence and it was just it was so And it was about time of our life when we're supposed to be building a view of the world full five six years old and that was birthed I lost a brother. I lost in the womb and all kinds of justice ancestral stuff when i suddenly am at Just went mad about three ago. I just couldn't By not accepting everything all my life and it just got to a point and there wasn't any anywhere else for this the my energy from my emotions that just not been accepted to go and i just kind of lost and just it was really not pleasant. And then i just got to point while i just have Does not have any choice but to just just accepts this..

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Your Signature (MM #3498)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Your Signature (MM #3498)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation my wife and I went out in early voted last Thursday here in Tennessee. I love the early voting because I hate standing in line. We own a stand in line for about twenty five minutes, which wasn't bad. I'm not complaining at all. But the one thing I keep reading about online is about signature matching from your voter card to your driver's license to the piece of paper you have to sign in front of them. But what's amazing to me is how people can expect your signature to be the exact same thing. Now my voter registration card is probably five six years old now and that card is only so small my driver's license which has a signature which was signed probably fifteen years ago when I got my tennis need his license is about the size. So it's probably smaller than a fingernail. So how can you match that signature to the signature on the card now, the signature is similar my signature pretty much looks the same depending upon where I'm signing it, but some people have a hard time matching their signature from one day to the next it's very sad, and there's got to be a better system. Is it time for a fingerprint match with all the technology we have there's got to be a better system. I'm voted. I think it went through and everything's good least. I hope so long

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Your Signature (MM #3498)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Your Signature (MM #3498)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation my wife and I went out in early voted last Thursday here in Tennessee. I love the early voting because I hate standing in line. We own a stand in line for about twenty five minutes, which wasn't bad. I'm not complaining at all. But the one thing I keep reading about online is about signature matching from your voter card to your driver's license to the piece of paper you have to sign in front of them. But what's amazing to me is how people can expect your signature to be the exact same thing. Now my voter registration card is probably five six years old now and that card is only so small my driver's license which has a signature which was signed probably fifteen years ago when I got my tennis need his license is about the size. So it's probably smaller than a fingernail. So how can you match that signature to the signature on the card now, the signature is similar my signature pretty much looks the same depending upon where I'm signing it, but some people have a hard time matching their signature from one day to the next it's very sad, and there's got to be a better system. Is it time for a fingerprint match with all the technology we have there's got to be a better system. I'm voted. I think it went through and everything's good least. I hope so long

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Your Signature (MM #3498)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Your Signature (MM #3498)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation my wife and I went out in early voted last Thursday here in Tennessee. I love the early voting because I hate standing in line. We own a stand in line for about twenty five minutes, which wasn't bad. I'm not complaining at all. But the one thing I keep reading about online is about signature matching from your voter card to your driver's license to the piece of paper you have to sign in front of them. But what's amazing to me is how people can expect your signature to be the exact same thing. Now my voter registration card is probably five six years old now and that card is only so small my driver's license which has a signature which was signed probably fifteen years ago when I got my tennis need his license is about the size. So it's probably smaller than a fingernail. So how can you match that signature to the signature on the card now, the signature is similar my signature pretty much looks the same depending upon where I'm signing it, but some people have a hard time matching their signature from one day to the next it's very sad, and there's got to be a better system. Is it time for a fingerprint match with all the technology we have there's got to be a better system. I'm voted. I think it went through and everything's good least. I hope so long

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Why Do Dogs Have Tails?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

04:37 min | 1 year ago

Why Do Dogs Have Tails?

"This is but why a podcast for curious kids from Vermont public radio I'm Jane Lindholm On this podcast, you ask the questions and it's our job to find interesting people to answer them. In this episode, we're talking all about dogs. Now, if you WANNA learn about cats check out our companion episode that episode includes some amazing facts about how cats communicate with humans in a special language they make up with their own individual human family. But in this episode, we're going to stick to barks instead of meows. Lots of your dog questions had a common theme you to know about some of the ways that dogs are different from humans. Jessica Heckman is a veterinarian and a dog researcher and she has a blog called the dog Zombie because she's obsessed with dog brains studying them not eating them anyway I. Guess You could say she's a dog scientists and she's here to answer your questions. Our first one comes from Margot who is five and lives in Amherst Massachusetts. Why did Adopt Tales That's a great question Margot whenever someone asked a question about why does one type of animal look one way and is set up one way and why is another type of animal built a different way the way I like to think about it is talking about that difference why? Why what we use it for? So dogs ancestors, wolves, ancient wolves had to run to catch their dinner and tales helps them balanced when they ran so that was they had them back. Then and dogs some dogs still do have to run as part of their job, right? Like she herding dogs have to do a fair amount of running but dogs also use their tails to communicate. So that's another good reason they have tails. They don't use noises quite as much to communicate as humans do but they use body language a lot more than humans do. So with dogs a tale, it's really high means I'm confident a tale that's held low means I'm. Nervous a tale that's really clamped rate underneath there but means please don't smell my but right now and also I'm really scared and then a wagging tail something all really familiar with because it can mean that the dog is happy but also you can see it in angry dogs I would just caution you to be really careful when you see a wagging tail overall, we try to look at the whole dog, not just the tail to interpret body language but the tail. Is definitely a very important part of the dogs tools for speaking why might dog wag its tail when it's happy or when it's mad? Why would drag tail for both possibilities I think from the dogs perception that they might be seeing something different from a wagging tail than we do. They have this very complex set of tools that they use in body language and we as humans because we're not dogs. We just have trouble fully interpreting that and so I think that. A. Wagging. Tail. It might look a little bit different to them with the dog is happy than if the dog is angry and we as humans might just not be able to perceive those differences. And sometimes, I think a dog who is angry or alarmed or considering that they might possibly by you will wag its tail almost as an appeasement gesture to say like Hey I'm not a threat I'm not don't hurt me but they might still be thinking I'm kind of scared of you and I'm prepared to bite if you come any closer. So it's just It's just always important to look at the whole dog to look at his face and his eyes, and you know how he's holding the rest of his body and not just the tail hello money aller five, six years old I live in Falls Church Virginia and my question is why thumbs up partner Paul. Hi Alex well I think dogs have their thumbs up on their paws to keep them out of their way because they are basically walking on their hands rates they're using their four limbs for something differently than what we use them for horses by the way have taken this to extreme they walk just on the tips of their middle three fingers. Into hooves. So I almost feel like it might be a better question to say why are human thumbs so far forward rather than why our dog thumb so far back we're actually the ones that are unusual. Because humans and other primates like monkeys and apes we have this unusual hand that we use to hold things because we evolved to climb rate, and so we would use our hands to climb up a tree and then humans are thumbs are are even more different than in other primates because we have these very complex hands that are good for really delicate work like holding pencil and things like that. So we're actually the unusual one but yeah, they they walk around their paws obviously and they don't want their thumbs to get in the way.

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Why Do Dogs Have Tails?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

04:32 min | 1 year ago

Why Do Dogs Have Tails?

"I'm Jane Lindholm On this podcast, you ask the questions and it's our job to find interesting people to answer them. In this episode, we're talking all about dogs. Now, if you WANNA learn about cats check out our companion episode that episode includes some amazing facts about how cats communicate with humans in a special language they make up with their own individual human family. But in this episode, we're going to stick to barks instead of meows. Lots of your dog questions had a common theme you to know about some of the ways that dogs are different from humans. Jessica Heckman is a veterinarian and a dog researcher and she has a blog called the dog Zombie because she's obsessed with dog brains studying them not eating them anyway I. Guess You could say she's a dog scientists and she's here to answer your questions. Our first one comes from Margot who is five and lives in Amherst Massachusetts. Why did Adopt Tales That's a great question Margot whenever someone asked a question about why does one type of animal look one way and is set up one way and why is another type of animal built a different way the way I like to think about it is talking about that difference why? Why what we use it for? So dogs ancestors, wolves, ancient wolves had to run to catch their dinner and tales helps them balanced when they ran so that was they had them back. Then and dogs some dogs still do have to run as part of their job, right? Like she herding dogs have to do a fair amount of running but dogs also use their tails to communicate. So that's another good reason they have tails. They don't use noises quite as much to communicate as humans do but they use body language a lot more than humans do. So with dogs a tale, it's really high means I'm confident a tale that's held low means I'm. Nervous a tale that's really clamped rate underneath there but means please don't smell my but right now and also I'm really scared and then a wagging tail something all really familiar with because it can mean that the dog is happy but also you can see it in angry dogs I would just caution you to be really careful when you see a wagging tail overall, we try to look at the whole dog, not just the tail to interpret body language but the tail. Is definitely a very important part of the dogs tools for speaking why might dog wag its tail when it's happy or when it's mad? Why would drag tail for both possibilities I think from the dogs perception that they might be seeing something different from a wagging tail than we do. They have this very complex set of tools that they use in body language and we as humans because we're not dogs. We just have trouble fully interpreting that and so I think that. A. Wagging. Tail. It might look a little bit different to them with the dog is happy than if the dog is angry and we as humans might just not be able to perceive those differences. And sometimes, I think a dog who is angry or alarmed or considering that they might possibly by you will wag its tail almost as an appeasement gesture to say like Hey I'm not a threat I'm not don't hurt me but they might still be thinking I'm kind of scared of you and I'm prepared to bite if you come any closer. So it's just It's just always important to look at the whole dog to look at his face and his eyes, and you know how he's holding the rest of his body and not just the tail hello money aller five, six years old I live in Falls Church Virginia and my question is why thumbs up partner Paul. Hi Alex well I think dogs have their thumbs up on their paws to keep them out of their way because they are basically walking on their hands rates they're using their four limbs for something differently than what we use them for horses by the way have taken this to extreme they walk just on the tips of their middle three fingers. Into hooves. So I almost feel like it might be a better question to say why are human thumbs so far forward rather than why our dog thumb so far back we're actually the ones that are unusual. Because humans and other primates like monkeys and apes we have this unusual hand that we use to hold things because we evolved to climb rate, and so we would use our hands to climb up a tree and then humans are thumbs are are even more different than in other primates because we have these very complex hands that are good for really delicate work like holding pencil and things like that. So we're actually the unusual one but yeah, they they walk around their paws obviously and they don't want their thumbs to get in the way.

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"five six years old" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"five six years old" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You with good morning two topics with first is peaches I have to mature trees like five six years old but I have three that are have only been in the ground a year to two years like one inch diameter and about four foot tall it hasn't rained in about ten days or more you're not watering the young trees yes Sir you should be considering how long they've been in the ground and considering the temperatures that we're seeing it would still be great if you could go out to the edge of the root zone and and you know drive a a trial on the ground and feel down three or four inches but even given that these temperatures age of those trees yeah about every week to ten days they would probably appreciate a good soaking to help him get through this weather okay the other thing I was going to comment about people growing corn a lot of people don't know and they've got a little package on one corner stalking you're gonna get one ear of corn it's not like tomatoes your last record but people don't know that unless it got a half acre but they're going to just have a light bulb you know any sort of planted in March it's so hot now the field this week aren't people already cars didn't feel Cornish you know it's bears are already out there so it's fun to watch him grow but don't expect to eat a lot of corn when you can buy five years for the dollar at the big store all right you know it's it's it's kind of up wasted a lot of your space in your garden is what I'm trying to say right click to watch it but it took a lot of space to grow enough corn to defeat of one family decent meal one dot one here if you're very rarely lucky you might get one little second but the only one here on a on a stalk of corn most people don't know that I think look like tomatoes yeah thanks for the information thank you Sir thanks Matt you know this is kind of a disappointing thing for a lot of folks you want to plant something please go planted enjoy it do it but you have to understand something we plant millions of acres of corn to produce the products that we have in your backyard garden with about one good ear of corn per stalk there's nothing wrong with growing but it is not the most efficient use of space now I've done it once in awhile and I liked it and you know what there's nothing better than going out to that stalk corn tearing off that one year that it made for you and throwing it on the grill and roasting it and enjoying it it is as sweet as it's ever going to be it's yours it was delicious it was your effort but it's kind of like a specialty in all grade I got any record you it's really amazing folks who spent a great deal of time thinking that in their backyard garden that they're gonna grow enough food to feed themselves welcome a lot of studies have been done that it takes about two thousand square feet per person and you can feed yourself but you have to understand you're gonna hate what you have to eat in terms of calories in terms of yield in terms of being able to save the season's crop to plant again I hope you like potatoes it offers those of you who saw the Martian there's a reason why the potatoes saved him it's because yield calories square foot aground nutrients required so what we grow in our garden is really kind of specialty it's our it's it it's frosting on top of the cake of what we go to the grocery store to buy you can get large harvests there are crops you can plant him put up in half but having a hundred quarts of tomatoes in getting pretty much nothing else out of your garden you're not a lot of features softened tomatoes you'll get tired of him they won't taste very good they're not very nutritious so if you want to plant something for the opportunity to go yep I harvested that myself please go do that enjoy it harvested savor every single bite knowing that you put in that effort and you've got that meal but the reality of being able to support yourself out of a backyard garden and that's a bit much you would be planting a lot of plans with the goal of keeping you fed and alive not O. G. I get to have a spare his today and I get to have beats tomorrow and this and that and the other knowing reality you're gonna be eating a lot of the same crop all the time that shouldn't discourage you from gardening not at all we just have to have a reality check sometimes we have farmers markets where we have farms that specialize in single crop just so they can bring it to market or we have really big farms second plant a lot of crops mmhm the really big is the thing you have to take into account so the backyard garden should be full of what you want to eat what you enjoy what you would like to try what you have fun with word to educate your kids with but the reality is is those of you think you're going to have the the backyard garden in your prepping for her was the worst conditions possible you're gonna have a hard time beating yourself you're going to have to have a pretty big chunk of ground and you're gonna be working very very hard keep up to produce a yield the save enough field for the next season and to be able to survive on that so that's why we support the farmers market these are the farmers with the large acreage doing this for us so that we get to enjoy the fruits of their labor so please plan to backyard garden what do you put flowers in it or you put nothing but corn in it so that you can have that one corn boil a year do it it's great it's worth every bit of effort it is so rewarding physically and emotionally to the garden but I understand it's the farmers the big acres that are really going to feed us and support those guys out there head out to your farmers market in enjoy the crops that they have in season for you now there is an out of print book and I am from Rodale and I'm sorry I can't think of the name of it right now and I'll research it and try to bring it back it has a very good understanding of here's a crop you can plan here's how you take care of this crop and insist on and it says how much do I need to plant for example if it gives an example of if you like asparagus in you wouldn't are the only person in your family who likes a spare guess in your okay getting just enough to eat fresh on a weekly basis you need twenty square feet of ground to put in is experienced bad that will never grow anything but a spare yes and that chunk of ground to be able to feed one person was simply fresh you want to Canada you need forty square feet of ground per person to raise enough to make it enough of an effort for you to cancel you can enjoy it all year long so you see how we have the samplings is what we get to do in our garden and focusing on growing what you want to eat is perfectly fine but it's hard sometimes to understand how much you want to eat it how much ground do I need to have to keep up my habit can be a lot of work so don't worry about it grow what you want enjoy what you grow but when.

Alex Natera on the Origin of Run-Specific Isometrics

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

Alex Natera on the Origin of Run-Specific Isometrics

"Alex it's awesome to have you back and I think in this type of necessity really where I think a lot of us are a little bit more barebones place than we typically are in our own trading environments and things like that. I I'd like to ask you a little bit of the history of what we talked about. Lascaux which was Your isometric training protocol and. I'm curious how did you come up with that? Like what was the necessity that sparked the all the overcoming isometrics in that protocol that you talked about last time on the show? Yeah sure I think. There's actually a real spock incident before that incident occurred always already involved in some full loss metric training through right back to where a little kid. I was a martial artist Back in the day as a youngster is a five six year old and happened to do a really sort of traditional style. Mosh largely run out in the Wilderness and the and the scillies out in the wilderness. And you'll you'll they're bamboo flooring in your training out there. Doing all sorts of a real traditional taught work. And there's a lot of awesome metrics back. Then I remember back in the Divan and advocates that were in the martial lots like I just felt like always automatic genetics. Whatever the youngsters. Six seven eight year old but I always felt stronger than them but we just doing. Masha up four or five. Times die Just Chine- Anyway. But in that. Masha outs sign much. Awesome metric stuff ruled traditional stuff pushing against your own hands against objects are the people that were bigger than you and that sort of stuff let alone. The numerous amount of push ups. You do as well or whatever but so. That was a I sort of Introduction the awesome metrics Was Awesome Energy. Was just something we have to kind of thing and then I guess another key moment was going into high school starting to try starting to lift weights learning Lipson. Let's Basically much traditionalist. There was some point in time and Utah used to try. And he's still do try to stop a very visceral that but locks when you're young and so. I remember trying just thinking from a necessity. Really Thinking Rob will Lift the white up but also lower light down as much as possible. I didn't know anything about muscle actions yet. I've learned that you can also hold a white cockatoo. That with different loads at different times. We'll warm I gonNA just sit there and do bench press and then file pushing it up and rocky no one on file lowering it. I'll get a spot on. I'll foul Lawrence and on a file like holding it. As as long as I can with the highest white on compulsively hold it for so I was already playing with stuff then and obviously now. You've got lots of other things. Come into the system. Here you've got your growth and maturation ideologies Chinese very rapidly in whatever nonetheless. You're starting to think while they stopped really works like this is amazing. I'm getting far stronger than everyone else. And Excelling Sport and so on but then I finish them Action into my sport now as a professional and one position applied we American listens But in the scrum always in from the middle of a scrum where you're literally pushing V. I gather As much load going through your body and if your dominant scrum you might start with. We men overcome them eventually. And then push would. But there's not a lot of concentric taught movement it's really a high blood isometric and modernization onto struggle kickable back to the arrest of nights so on between massive men and I honored killers. Where the pressure coming at you and I'm having to stabilize on one leg while accessible by and start it just made sense to me. That has all its training. Could squat uncle really well. A strong squad relatively speaking an absolute sims will for my size but I just started doing more symmetric work and it felt like what heavy load felt lock the scrum and therefore and the transit was dramatic from an average on ended up becoming quota yet act became a strong point of Ma Game. Attest completely dos. Metrics now is very specific wrought as in muscle action was very specific to the to the movement that I needed to do in the game then moving along in our going into the professional environment in terms of a practitioner working as a strength and conditioning are starting to use awesome metrics in the reeb setting often and at also in the assessment the assessment of neuromuscular capacities particular peak force. So that'll started coming in really when I started moving over to the English Wish probably my my biggest development journey for instance for example. Sorry and time on end up taking a few people through the rehabilitation early with the Physiotherapists import obviously on the early stages. But then some of the exercises way would doing on carry on with the longer because we'd see guy for a period of time where you got six weeks or something doing awesome interest. Because that's all they could in the Rehab setting and then I'd move on to more autonomy would but actually stop keep keeps them awesome metric in long because my mind I was going hold on getting any pine from this exercise where actually really really high near Moscow. So I can look them hot on this exercise. Robin drop the white and become what we thought was more specific moving into US twenty tropic so that and then what I was seeing the back of that with some really promising results like people just coming back a lot quicker and a lot stronger and so I needed less back work of strength training to get them often and returning to plan returning to

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Russell T Davies On Balancing Politics, Tech and a Multi-Year Family Saga in ‘Years and Years’

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:45 min | 2 years ago

Russell T Davies On Balancing Politics, Tech and a Multi-Year Family Saga in ‘Years and Years’

"The BBC HBO show years and Years Combines the politics economy and tech twenty nineteen and imagine how it all might evolve over the next fifteen years. Emma Thompson is in it. As a celebrity British politician with autocratic leanings but mainly the show follows a family as they deal with the world changing around them. Russell t Davis created and wrote years and years. He's also worked on the show doctor who torchwood and created queer as folk. He said the tech in years and years is like life. It's complicated just to show good and bad. I think some of the saddest moments. It's you have a world war on television and the little five six year old kids just staring into their phones playing their games. So yes there's bad stuff but let's talk about and yet there's very very good stuff. I tell you what to do when I made the choice to said to this around a family that came from one of the good sites of current tech which is very simply the. What's up group? I'm one of three kids two sisters. They've got two kids. Each were Nice family will like each of the wicked on but up until a couple of years ago. My nieces grow up to three years ago. I would've text them twice. Happy Birthday. Merry Christmas now. Oh my God. I went out the other night and I came back to the WHATSAPP group to fifty three messages on the group because because someone at cooked lasagna with butternut squash so yes. There's good stuff if you choose good ride the badge and they could right. You've got to get both because in the end. It's the technology it's it's the people. Well it's great because some of the tech feels really immediate like a headband. That projects a holographic sort of snapchat filter for your face that everyone can see in the physical world. It's futuristic but it's also completely realistic. Yes yes I think it was invented tomorrow. We'd all go and buy one. I mean I find this fascinating. I mean everyone my age. Everyone sends each others photos of themselves looking like a dunk. It will not count rash of instagram. Filters like what dog are you or what Keiko you. I'm certainly a Battenberg. I love those filters and I'm fascinated by the way we love those filters and so the moment someone events a filter you can see in the real world not just on your phone dot com. I will be new for my palace on the moon. Do you have conflicting feelings about tack or is it like so many things where it just reflects? The real world has interesting. I think it's both I think I have to be entertaining but entertain doesn't mean being glib or dust. I think I'm getting older. I think my stuff is full of warnings. Now to be honest it's funny. I'm now in the middle of an eddy of my next drama. Which is we'd each be. Oh Max over there which is about the AIDS crisis of the nineteen eighty s and leaked just watched an idea of an episode warning about viruses and we step out above. Does this virus on the loose? You can't them those lessons from History Indus- strangers no what a world. I was telling people that I'm taking a little bit of comfort in darker timeline but there is something comforting about the passage of time right like you fast forward in these episodes and increasingly terrible things happen but also people are still living their normal lives. Talk to me about that sense of perspective. Yes that's right. I mean it's it was quite hard. Showed a salad sleep with its concept of moving forward in time every episode moves forward a year but actually I sat there and saying doubt dry being questioned by fifty seven times set. That didn't know what else moves forward a year every episode Downton Abbey and so did upstairs downstairs many years ago. It's actually not former drummer. Have invented a sippy by this jobs. Going to the future by a year every absurd that had people scared but in terms of trauma tens of how the characters are getting on lobs. Who who's going out with? Who WHO's cross with? Who who loves to to take yearly jumps in that? It's a very simple dramatic device so I knew that would work. I had the confidence of those. Those full beds to say This'll work and and that sort of creep into the story. Which is that would winner. In in societies when dictators arise all where huge changes are made and and West Society swing from left to right or right to left. It doesn't happen overnight. That's why I wanted. What ends up fifteen year span on the show is social these things slowly creeping up on you and you're more concerned with having tea or for your love or have a good divorce. That's actually the stuff the meat and drink of your life while the biggest shadows falling on new unseen so a needed that stretch to show small picture of people living in a bigger picture

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Top 10 Things If Your Kids are Under 10

Legacy-Dads Podcast

08:44 min | 2 years ago

Top 10 Things If Your Kids are Under 10

"GONNA do the next couple of podcasts. We're going to kind of Do a little top ten And so so kind of walk us through. What's his first one this first podcast? We're going to do what we can talk about. So Do's and don'ts for parents ages one to ten or thankful to some of our listeners. Out there that have really been plugging in things that they wanna hear about a little bit more focus on Dad's a little bit more focused on legacy and data and so we're going to hit you. swear smack in the forehead on a couple of these and probably in the meantime hit ourselves with them as well so number one is. Don't be quick to reprimand or punish a child from minor. Grievances do have patients intolerance forgive as God has forgiven us. Show that love and model it. Okay so one so a number one. We're talking about this don't be. Don't be quick to reprimand or punish a child from minor grievances. Now we're not talking about just giving your child free licensed to do whatever they want right. That's not what we're saying here. No yeah definitely. Want to be hands on parenting. You know as we've talked about before in previous podcasts. Not like helicopter not micromanaging. But you know it's gotta be acquainted to the Child's development you give a really good roadmap to that Lance On our page and The the roadmap for ages kids throughout all the way up to adulthood so follow that. But what we're saying here. Is You know as they have development stages of development on obviously the older they get the proverbial Lease gets looser. But you gotTA protect a child. That's warriors of old not walking out on the street and get hit by a car because mom and Dad said sure. Do whatever you WANNA do. You have to use a sermon and some wisdom in the process of what? We're talking locker odd speaking for you Dante but for me. I know this was A lot of times not flying off the handle In in the moment when maybe the child did something or there is I heard. Hey something happened at school or whatever like that. It was like okay. Let's give the child the benefit of the doubt. Let's let's hear their side of the story and and just yet again that slow to speak slow to anger Bef- before understanding really. What's going on and I know there's been times in my life where I was. I was ready to explode on a child and then it turns out you know what the child did was actually admirable or they were in the right. They were just defending a friend or defending their what they believed in. And then it's like okay. Hey that that makes sense to me I you know. Maybe I'm really glad I didn't. I listened I and didn't let my mouth you know or or You know fly off the handle or something like that so I can definitely see how this would be applicable in that. So let me. I'll jump in our hit number two here Dante. So Number two don't don't show limited emotion In by that we mean don't don't hold back affection or don't You know base our affection or that emotion based based on on a child's Efforts or or something that we may approve of Or a child's behavior support so going back to number one if the child is misbehaving or something like that that doesn't mean we withhold love and affection from our child is way of punishment so we forbid if God was with us like that and it was conditional love because God every every day. Okay not that you woke up and now I'm just GonNa you know that was the case. So this what we're talking. We're really this again. We talked about this. We hammered on this with marriage to But this is that unconditional. Love is saying that even though if the child disappoints us or or or their grades are down or whatever. It doesn't mean we stop showing them love and affection. We make that very clear you know and I I made A. I made it clear with my kids when we were disciplined him. The say listen I love you? You know I but but I have to discipline you. There's consequences for what you did But I do love you and then has nothing to do with. It doesn't change my love for you by having to do discipline you or ground you or whatever may be But I think that's what it is just letting the child know. Our love is in contingent upon their behavior. Their grades or some sort of effort based a metric does that does that make sense. Don't yeah yeah that's right. I mean you don't want your kids to grow up checking boxes because you know all of a sudden when they're eighteen nineteen and they do that. I mean one. You're going to impact the relationships they have and to. You know they're gonNA probably reject that way of living because they're gonna find you know especially if we're modeling them to biblical application that that that form of love or that conditional love does not jive or lineup scripture. So likely they would probably reject that way of life. You know another thing is something. My wife sees a lot with her Doing doing behavioral health and Counseling. With kids is kids will learn that. Okay if I'm acting up or they learned to get attention and if you're only giving them attention when they do something wrong or or you're overreacting. When they're doing something wrong. Kids learn that and it almost reinforces were Bad behavior were kids will then start saying well at least. I'm getting some reaction from dad when I do something wrong. So it can sometimes have the opposite effect where if were withholding love and affection It pushes a kid to another extreme of doing anything to get our attention or our lover approval And so can have detrimental consequences in that got daughters and wetlands. I want that to be like a loud gong in your ears. And just let it just permeate through your brain to like you have almost brain damage because the idea is like if if that's the way that you're going to be with your daughter Newsflash she's GonNa find that acceptance anywhere she can get it as Lynn likelihood be in relationships that she has no business being in. But because you know we're prideful were angry or we are. I am man. Hear Me Warren. We we show a different kind of love than what God calls us to. Do you know they're going to be doing these things? He's very things that we're trying to protect them from. And you need like raise your hand and say Lord that one's me because I did make my love with my child. Unconditional as as daddy issues as daddy issues. Everybody everybody knows somebody. That's got daddy issues so guys don't fall into that trap. Yeah absolutely what? What have we got next number three? Don't threaten a child if you have rules in your house you know whether it be safety or based on you know what our house rules for. The child be consistent with them based on fact not on emotion so in the case of one to ten year old. If you're telling them not to play with electricity unplugging the TV or they're doing something dangerous not only. Can they shock or electrocute themselves? But you tell them that they're gonNA LOSE TV OR THEY'RE GONNA lose the media or the IPAD as a result of that be consistent with that. Don't all of a sudden Rian reinvent the rules that you set forth in your house and I'm just using that as an example so I got a good example? You know So me you know not being the British child. I learned that the hard way. Because do you know you know at one? Ten light socket looks exactly like the place. We put your car Qian. If you WANNA drive a car so six year old lance decided. I'M GONNA put a key in the light socket and see what happens and Let me let me just say that was shocking day for me. So did you ever make that mistake again? They'll know strangely I learned in. I've never thought about that again. And right there what. Lancia said GUYS. I want you to hear this too and gals that are listening. You know sometimes like yeah were horrified or we don't want the child to have any more danger pain or hurt but instead of coming down on even more sometimes you have to assess you know if you're not sure the wisdom of the discernment the Situation Prey on it. Talk to your spouse before you put potentially overreact. And sometimes the mistake in itself is enough. You know quences. Yeah exactly I remember like one of our little kids you know was at a school and was playing with scissors just learning how to use them and accidentally was playing with another kid and cut some. Harrer you know and it was parents. Were fine everything. I'll say that nobody blew a gasket but just bringing that up with that that child not to be named You know is horrific enough and they were broken and they were. You know they're never gonNa make that mistake again with scissors you know. And that's the thing is like I could have been overbearing. Could have been like. That's it just realizing that. No lesson learned. Now what you know shape model you know. Give them guidance and all that but let the idea is not to threaten them or to make their life. You know to a point where they can't function because they're so worried about how mom or DAD's coming down on the counter to that is do develop boundaries and conditions for a child to navigate life through and so that means you know boundaries for your child relative and meaningful to the ages at their at you know one they got to have the cognitive ability to understand what those boundaries are. You know obviously a little kid. You want to protect them from burning themselves from taking a a pot of hot water over stove and knocking down on themselves. There are certain things that immediately they have to know pain so a spank to the hand or to that but you know to let them know that this is sharp pain versus you know something. That is just ridiculously over borders apparent. Just because either were prideful. Were selfish retired. Were angry you know if we give them if we're more of a guide in truth and give them boundaries and give them conditions for them to navigate. This goes to what Lance is put on the Road Map. This develops character. This develops integrity. This imbalance develops honesty and while these things so important you know to this child. Will that all relegates back to know why these boundaries why these conditions are so important especially in the formative years of these kids ages one through them. Yeah no I think I talked about this a preview podcast but we did with our kids when they were about five six years old. We actually sat down and made out this list of rules with the kids and it was real simple stuff like you know. Don't don't lie cheat or steal and then we kind of added some like fruit of the spirit of glacier five twenty five stuff in there and From there then that that was the rules and we actually typed it up and it was on the wall. I framed it. And that's what the kids knew. That was the baseline and it was like okay. If you break one of these rules you knew that there was going to be consequences. And it was pretty clear it was pretty clear cut And and there was never any questions about it at that point and if it was ever any questions we could say. Hey what what were the rules on the wall that you you helped me develop these rules. You broke the rules on now. There's the consequences so I didn't ever have to overreact or anything like that. Not Not saying that. I didn't 'cause there were times. I overreacted but I always tried to say. I didn't have to threaten the child that say okay. Hey you knew the rules. There's the rules right on the wall. you broke the rule so now here's the consequences. I think it just makes it a lot. Easier for US So long when we talked about these rules I'm GONNA get into number four here and Number four is don't overly protect your kids from failure and so what I mean by this and we talked about this in our podcast and overprotective parenting. But YOU WANNA WE WANNA encourage them to keep trying and always keep learning but they're gonNA fail and when they fail. We don't always run in and try to save them from the consequences of failure or Rescued them and make sure they never experienced failure in their life because we want them to experience failure in some of these smaller areas. Because that's how they're GONNA learn Resilience and that's all you're GONNA learn to

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Willie Nelson no longer smoking weed

Eddie and Rocky

03:42 min | 2 years ago

Willie Nelson no longer smoking weed

"Bout this Willie Nelson who's been smoking pot since pot was he may have been smoking pot before like the Indians or whatever like this yeah he might of created thousands yeah pretty sure that or so he is he smoked his first joined in nineteen fifty four he is no yeah is like a like is not it doesn't mess around like I remember us all to be key thing concert a while back in the same song like I'll never smoke weed with Willie again because he's I guess like Chelsea handler said the same thing she got so sick from whatever Willie was smoking and she's like I have a hard core drug user I I use drugs and she's like throwing up on camera crying and Willie is like well I guess you never smoke we in Texas before it's yeah yeah yeah yeah well it doesn't mess around he's not but he is he's put it down in a fairly recent quote I've abused my young's my lungs quite a bit in the past so breeding is a little more difficult these days and I have to be have to be careful I don't smoke anymore I have to take better care of myself now does now I why I what Willie to stick around I so willing concert two years ago was fantastic isn't really yes he's so good live really and the great thing is that he doesn't show some ladies he's is eighties yeah he's he does a very stripped down show because he doesn't need a lot he doesn't need anything but there's just a there's one point in the at the first two songs I think it as he steps his foot in the Texas flag comes down behind him so I contrast vertical I just want to call around and like I'm not even from Texas but would just be cold roll around and like all the sudden stop your foot Texas just roles that Erica but I you know he's he he's great live and I think that you know the longer we can keep them around the better I want to see him again in concert so I'm all about this you need sister eating edibles I'm sure this ways doing right now yeah have you have you see the pictures of like Willie before we that Willie after we go they are there any pictures of lily yeah well I mean there is the clean cut will leave who is trying to make it before his outlaw days you know including friends in the long yeah he didn't have that he had like the coiffed hair and do you know that the next big seventies pompadour sixties pompadour where he like looks all put together and then like some bad stuff happened will either a succession of things and he just said screw this web back to Texas and that's where he started smoking all the way in like six months later out pops this guy from Texas that used to do like nice clean cut country songs and he's got braids these now to outlaw music in a race like alright this is Willie Nelson late now similar to what like Britney spears went through like in the nineties were she was like kind of like in this thing and all that and then she's going crazy Shaver head and all this kind of war seductive kind of stuff it was more just I. T. had had enough of trying to be someone who wasn't right the clean cut Nashville sound so we just went back to Texas and then we we ended up with the willing also we all know and I just remember being a little over Mike my grandmother's house you know I'm whatever five six years old and she was she'd love country music remember talking to Willie Nelson in like shown a picture or maybe is on TV or someone like guys old so you like old today Sir and here we are in twenty nineteen he's still rocking her for it he no he credits the weed for actually saving his life which whatever right well he almost killed like how many countless people with whatever it is the smokes Chelsea handler and apparently Toby Keith included so yeah

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This Console Cost the Equivalent of $758 in 1977

Covert Nerd Podcast

05:47 min | 2 years ago

This Console Cost the Equivalent of $758 in 1977

"The Atari video pinball system I think it was a Tari pit video pinball C.. Three sixty I think is the full name and it was released in nineteen seventy seven but we got this one. Probably in seventy eight seventy nine maybe even eighty but I was looking back at this is is the way it set up. Have pictures in the show notes. So you the listener can go check it out. But it basically is a big block of the plastic and it has a dial on the top and then it has two little push buttons on the side for your pinball games because it was a pinball game basketball ballgame and then break out or pong. Excuse me break out. And then Pong too and you use a little side buttons as flippers for the or the pinball all game and then the dial in the front used for breakout in then it ran and it was color but the most insane thing is is that Iran on six exte- batteries six at sea batteries. Yeah yeah let that roll off. The tongue see batteries. It didn't plug in and I remember we'd always have to replace stupid things with the batteries and you win. It started running low on batteries. The lines on the screen started to get blurry a little bit and kind of Fade in and out and you hooked it up to your TV and it was done through the antenna system because back then they didn't have hd Meyer higher even the RCA. Jack You just had this antenna attachment that would kind of you. Had these two screws on the back of your TV you'd loosen them up and put these little wires underneath and tighten. Tighten it back down again. And that's how hooked up and it was color but way we had it at our house is the Nice TV was upstairs and it was color and the downstairs had an old black and white. TV So we didn't even had color for for this system. Sometimes my parents would let us bring it upstairs and play with it up there. But so so the seven video games at a had were four pinball pinball variations basketball game in two versions of breakout so breakout had the little paddle at the bottom. And then you knock out all the little color tiles at the top and the I don't remember much about the basketball game I just remember the pinball and the break breakout by far are was the one that we we played the most. But I don't know if you've ever seen this one randy before her heard about it. I've heard of it but I've never seen it. I've never used used one. I've never seen one in the wild super interesting I. I'm so surprised that it runs on batteries. No definite it's that's so weird but this is one of those like it's Kinda what Nintendo does anymore. It's one of those. The controller is the console. Guess where the controls patrols built right into the console. That's that's very interesting. I it is like we you or Or a switch and I didn't know about the is cool that it's has pinball and it's got the buttons on the side for the flippers. That's fun yeah. It's in research like we were saying earlier. There are a lot of systems like this. That didn't this is before the days of the cartridge. So you put all your games in one big block unit and we primarily had this on the floor in front of the TV. So you Kinda lay on your stomach car. You might sit and put it on your lap and use it that way and that's us the buttons. There's some buttons on the Front. You have five different buttons ones reset select elect option power and then ball served so when you did pong or breakout you hit the little button and then the ball comes down and you start playing then as how how that worked so the the guts of it your your calculator. Your watch probably has more world than this thing but it was. It was our first system. I was probably five six years old at the at the most when we got it and so for me it was like well. This is really cool and I grew up in the in the country out in Nebraska. So we didn't have an arcade nearby and so this was. I'm surprised my parents bought this. Actually I'm shocked and yet because the kind of had a pong market back then but this kind of came to an end of course when later on the Atari Twenty six hundred came out and you could more more than seven games on system and the cost for this. I was researching this. So the cost for this back in seventy seven on one website said it was isn't one hundred seventy nine dollars which would be seven hundred and fifty eight dollars in today's dollars. Imagine your parents spending almost eight hundred bucks or even now spending spending seven hundred fifty eight dollars for a game system that only played seven games seven games so yeah there's no Expanding the library there. Wow that's insane I. I was just shocked when I ran the numbers on that as a website. You can go to plug in the year and it will you put the dollar amount. It tells you what that is valued today but seven. Let's see systems like playstation four and Xbox or what four ninety nine. I think we're based system. I think so. Yeah I one hundred bucks. This is two hundred fifty dollars more than just so. When I heard that I saw that I was like? I'm sure my parents pigs except year or two later so probably wasn't quite that but it was still still a lot of money and I think the thing that of course this thing is the style gic for me so of course I'm probably is not that great of a system when he kind of look at it but at the time and that your first system you kind of like Whoa. This is cool. I I have no plans to buy this. You can buy it on Ebay and other places. But I don't know we don't even have an antenna hookup. You'd probably have to get some sort of adapter to make it

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"five six years old" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

The Dark Side Of

15:10 min | 2 years ago

"five six years old" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

"Of bright is in one thousand nine hundred thousand five six year old Shirley Temple was one of Hollywood's biggest stars that year she unseeded Clark Gable as the most lucrative actor in Hollywood onset Shirley was a favorite of directors end co-stars. She never lost her youthful skill at mimicry and developed a reputation for her ability to nail seen in a single take after a director choreographer walk through her lines and dance moves as hyperbolic as it may seem seem Shirley temple was credited with singlehandedly lifting American spirits through the Great Depression even President Franklin Delano Roosevelt publicly said as long as our country has Shirley temple we will be all right meanwhile those around Shirley began to fear that the stress and pace of her career was harming the young girl but surely insisted that she'd chosen this path for herself. She even claimed that her parents had tried to persuade her to quit quit which she was the one to insist on following her Hollywood dream after her star making turn in bright is surely went onto a role in curly top where she sang the now famous song animal crackers in my soup later that same year in the little colonel and the littlest rebel she filmed iconic tap dance scenes with tap dancer bill bojangles Robinson.

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Andy Murray’s hip injury puts end in sight for tennis career

Golic & Wingo

01:49 min | 3 years ago

Andy Murray’s hip injury puts end in sight for tennis career

"He has no idea if he's even going to make it that far my team, and I told him. You know, I can't keep doing this. And. I needed to have like an end point. Because. Just just playing with no idea when the pain was gonna stop. And I felt like making that decision. That's my. Can get through this until. A wimbledon. That's light. That that's what I would like to stop stop playing. I'm also not certain unable to do that. But that's someone. Listen, nobody knows their bodies better than athletes to to try to get to that point. And no he may not make it listen in any sport. I'm rooting country sports like this. I'm rooting for the USA. There's no doubt about it. And he got his first grand slam at US open in two thousand thirteen when he won Wimbledon when your countrymen wins in their country in in a tournament like Wimbledon that was a cool thing that was one of the more cool things I have seen of the emotion there from obviously the fans and from him. And then again he wanted winnable Wimbledon in sixteen. But man, it's tough. When it's something you've done in tennis, one of those sports like, you know, my daughter, Sydney swimming. That's for you start at five six years old tennis. You started at a young age. This is all he's been doing thirty one is young chronologically for life, but old for an athlete when you start that young and to now. No, there's that ending point and your body. Just doesn't have it anymore. Gotta be really damning. Well, it's an ending. That's forced from you to enforced by the cruelest, forcing all this, which is your body. Like, you said, you know, when it's gone so trying to make it

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"five six years old" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"five six years old" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"But let's let's dive deeper when you when you see him when you meet them when you talk to them when you look him in the on the guy says, you know, football is not the most important thing in my life in football doesn't define me. You know, you always kind of raise your eyebrow. Because their identities are so firmly entrenched in the sport or football since they're about five six years old. So I was skeptical, but I really believe that with them is a guy with deep faith, which a lot of players are and sometimes that takes shape in different ways. But with him, I think it gives them a calm and a belief that the scoreboard is not the B O N dome. And you have that maybe you can't play more relaxed and more calm again. Maybe he's got his moments where he comes off real cocky, and I haven't seen it. And the times I've interacted with him and his teammates haven't seen it coaches. He was raised beautifully. I don't know. I just think you get. I hate the word once in a generation because we're seeing more and more of these guys. Right. But I think even among the precocious kind of prodigy's we now see who make it impact early in college football. I still think he's in a different league. I mean to it was great. You know, but but this guy, I think, you know, show last night. He he's right there with them. And a lot of ways maybe has a better skillset. Yeah. I mean, well, certainly in terms of what the NFL looks for. You say six five six or whatever it is. I mean, that's that's it. I mean, somebody who can can sling it who can see over the defense who can read a defense who can play up top seem what Nick foles was able to do with all Sean Jeffrey against the bears, and what he was able to do over the last few weeks. It's exactly what you're looking for at the next level. Yeah. He delivered the ball knowing he's gonna get hit and big bad. Bama has made a lot of quarterbacks gun shy. There's there's a song by ministry, you probably don't listen to. But it's a very aggressive metal Sony their favorite weapon is the look in your eye, and that's Bama and many opponents are defeated or way behind when they came starts just mentally for a kid who's that an experienced to stand in there and show that kind of toughness and act like it's no big deal..

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"five six years old" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"five six years old" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"But let's let's dive deeper when you when you see him when you meet them when you talk to them when you look him in the on the guy says, you know, football is not the most important thing in my life in football doesn't define me. You know, you always kind of raise your eyebrow. Because their identities are so firmly entrenched in the sport or football since they're about five six years old. So I was skeptical, but I really believe that with them is a guy with deep faith, which a lot of players are and sometimes that takes shape in different ways. But with him, I think it gives them a calm and a belief that the scoreboard is not the B O N dome. And you have that maybe you can't play more relaxed and more calm again. Maybe he's got his moments where he comes off real cocky, and I haven't seen it. And the times I've interacted with him and his teammates haven't seen it coaches. He was raised beautifully. I don't know. I just think you get. I hate the word once in a generation because we're seeing more and more of these guys. Right. But I think even among the precocious kind of prodigy's we now see who make it impact early in college football. I still think he's in a different league. I mean to it was great. You know, but but this guy, I think, you know, show last night. He he's right there with them. And a lot of ways maybe has a better skillset. Yeah. I mean, well, certainly in terms of what the NFL looks for. You say six five six or whatever it is. I mean, that's that's it. I mean, somebody who can can sling it who can see over the defense who can read a defense who can play up top seem what Nick foles was able to do with all Sean Jeffrey against the bears, and what he was able to do over the last few weeks. It's exactly what you're looking for at the next level. Yeah. He delivered the ball knowing he's gonna get hit and big bad. Bama has made a lot of quarterbacks gun shy. There's there's a song by ministry, you probably don't listen to..

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"five six years old" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"five six years old" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"Make sure you pick up that Sandra's six pack and definitely some condiments maybe some fruit spreads, and maybe even a little dark chocolate. Ed, my let is an American entrepreneur. And peak performance expert. Here's a bestselling author and global. Keynote speaker recently named top fifty wealthiest under fifty F as powerful message and delivers those messages with explosive energy. It's no wonder that Tony Robbins personally called him and told him to start spreading his message to the world with that. Please enjoy this fired up conversation with Ed my let this is the skinny confidential Imon her. You look really young. Thank you. You're the only person who thinks that. But thank you, your energies, young all that matters childlike energy. You know? Milot on the show. We're excited. Have you in here? We're shooting the shit. I mean, we basically just did a whole episode before we did this. But I'm happy to jump into it. Now, give us a little bit of background. Where are you from? Where did you grow up from originally born in Boston? Left there when I was five years old. And that's where I was telling you that I met my wife, so I grew up in southern California Intel called diamond bar sort of lower middle-class where my family's from. And I come from a really really good family. But like a lot of families, there's dysfunction in mind. My dad was really heavy alcoholic my whole upbringing. Who's now a sober now, my best friend, but so like a lot of people come from a real family like there's a lot of stuff in executive and stress and stuff like that in my family would nothing one way or the other that would show you like a proclivity to what I would accomplish. Or not accomplish in my life. Just a good honest loving screwed up family where I come from. What did what did that alcoholism? Look like was it. Did it result in abuse or resultant is being disconnected acts the word perfect? Yeah. Disconnected. My dad was allowed drunk, but not abusive gone disconnected. There's a lot of good with it though, man. Ironically, like everything happens for you, not to you. Honestly, one of the good things the oldest boy, I've got three younger sisters, one of the cool things. My dad used to say this. I think when. He knew maybe he was gonna go kind of drink for a while. He and his I'm talking like five six years old. He'd say look, you're the man of the house. You take care of your sisters in your mom. I think he kind of new stuff was coming on. And I'll tell you how weird what you call. It. God is when I was a little boys crazy story people with alcohol or drug addiction their family relate to this. He would tell me that. And so I would sleep go to bed, and then I would get up and sleep in front of the front door of our house. I go get my little blanket my pillow. I'm talking five six years old. I'd sleep in front of the front door to protect my mom and my sisters from the bad guys who were going to come in the house. So sweet that crazy really really sweet. And what was not is. Then I have a son the bible talks about the sins of the father. Whether you believe that are not I'm a Christian. But you don't have to believe that to believe this when my son was little this is no joke. Max is like three four years old. I'd find him sleeping in front of our front door, and he has a loving really beautiful family..

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