19 Burst results for "Froude"

The Traders Journey: Tall Poppy Syndrome

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:43 min | Last month

The Traders Journey: Tall Poppy Syndrome

"Today i it a go into. I guess covering what many of you will either be going through now or have been going through a we wile and some of you. Well this'll be completely if you're looking to venture into The markets and that is the the nice is they are out there. They've very powerful their voices because they love to Bring you back. They lie back. I mean what we call it in. Australia's told poppy syndrome. People don't like to see people moving outside of this social group and moving onto bigger and better things is must just be that we wide to fill good around the people that we're with. That are the siamese us for some bizarre reason the point they're trying to make his. You have people that are going to call you crazy right. I know i did when i left. Noosa heads which is where i was from. I went and distant travel new zealand for wall. Did a few bits and pieces like that but still hadn't really worked at exactly what it was. I wanted to do trading. It always bain day except for authorized to be stockbroker bunch of different things and then i went to london and i don striding to try to pretty much as soon as i got that. You're not long sort of settling in his filing needle trading and trying man. I had the opportunity to take over the family business. That's builder no certainly would would've make pretty sweet law business on lovely part of the world and it was all already sort of set off to walk into the hard work of building. The business had already been done to to a certain degree. Where could just walk in. And you know well. He went but i went to my path. I decided to trade index get involved in the markets mainly because i saw how much stress and how hot it was to manage the logic finding now that i do have a growing team now. I did like the idea that i could just try from anywhere in the world and effectively. You sort of leave. The lot that i wanted to live now works really well in my early twenty also mid mid twenties probably when it started actually work actually be okay at it and then leading into about twenty nine twenty eight to have my daughter in sydney. He was a pretty simple pretty cruzi. Lost once i got the hang of the tried again but the whole point was it took a lot of work to get to that stage. And you can have these people saying house trading going like as if they're expecting you to file they want you to file they're expecting you to fall on your face not be success worth. You're going to have to deal with these people and the hottest point in which you're gonna have to deal with them when you're actually do start to have a bit of a poor run because you're going to have one we we all do i. It's just part of growing up as a traitor. Suppose that you will have these periods of time where you do great that you do question yourself and you might even want to give up key. Jeez i i was close to giving up plenty of times but you know it did drive me. It was the fact that you know for me. When i said i wasn't going to take over the family business after having said that i would when i was like sixteen or something was the thought my dad'll why don't care what you do. Just just do it. Well be the best status now claiming to be the best at trading but the message was just be really good. Do the best you possibly. Can you know to me. Froude do the right thing and they good at it now. That message in my head. Everytime i thought of giving out it was simply put in my head. That was look. You gotta adad you go to this self. You got to prove that you can do this you you you. You know you can do this. Don't give up because if you give up now then are you a quitter or someone who's going to follow throat and i kept going on a kept guyana. Kept going when you have those feelings of down and you have the people in the back of your mind. Lucky ahead or in front of your face saying has trading going and egging. You want to file. This is where you need to have that really really strong resolve. Because yeah you know if you've got the audacity to live the life that you want to live and you're going to have some struggles and gonna have some people that are gonna say all sorts of crap to you. Let me tell you from someone who's on the other side of the trading spectrum. I'm still trying to learn a lot more in the business world and doing what. I'm doing it demand but you know from the things you put the work in the rewards. I worth it. You just need to keep yourself in that position where people don't affect you so determined to achieve what you set out to achieve that nothing will get in your way so there are going to be people out there that are gonna pull you back. Don't listen to them and if you are going to listen to them use that as fuel for the fodder drive you ford to be the best you possibly can because there would be nothing sweeter than one day you saying. How's he going and i said what. Are you talking about. Just quick mind. Because i've tried full-time young for surf in these sorts of things. Not that you want to be rude. Twenty buddy but you know it would feel if you had to go back to those paper and basically say tell just say i did it. I'm here mall office. Awesome took some time. It took a lot of f it a lot of work. And i'm still working to stay there but i've done it have a good day

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"froude" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:58 min | 11 months ago

"froude" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"He said you know. Maybe you could SORTA. Go to central park, but it wasn't quite the same, so instead he said he would end up taking inspiration from wherever he could find it including by the natural forms, he found in his food, so he said he he and others went out to dinner where they eat lobster, and then froude was inspired to take all the lobster shells with them, and this became partial inspiration for the shells, and the EXO skeleton of the garth them, and also for the carapace. Have these elaborate costumes that make them look grander than actually are yeah, but you can kind of see it. They're like in the in the carapace of the skaggs, easing like a a plated overlapping plated lobster tail, thing except as really craggy and nasty, and you can definitely see the the lobster shells as they came through in the garth them yeah! So a couple of things to sort of. Take apart with garth here. I believe it's mentioned in the world of the dark crystal that they're. They're sort of a symbol out of the memory of ancient sea. Creatures which is something we'll get back to in a minute. and then Macara, who again wrote a natural history of the dark crystal conceptual design of Brian Fraud cheese speculation, the garth of May actually exist as the projection of the sexiest. Toba yeah, because when they're when when the sexiest power is broken, the garth them kind of vanish, or at least they the their internal. Biology vanishes in the shell. Plating just falls like empty armor. But. It was looking looking a reading a little bit about just like shells and in clause and weaponry, and I came back to an excellent book by Douglas J inland titled Animal Weapons, the, evolution of battle and one of the key things in this is that he's you know he's comparing. The evolution of various biological weapons to actual manmade weapons and brench tools of war than humans create, and he points out that you know muscles are expensive to maintain even when they're resting. Males with big claws require the most muscle. And of course he's talking about natural fiddler..

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"froude" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"froude" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"WTMJ new teenagers accused of shooting up charter school outside of Denver. Face a dozen counts of murder. One student was killed in that attack. Casey TV's. Rick cylinder. Forty eight chargers from murder to attempted murder and now additional Counci, burglary, and arson. It's alleged the defendants stole guns from Devon Ericsson's. Parents and attempted to burn down their home before going to the school. In Madison right now back to the state capital. Where state Representative remained Queen is addressing his colleagues. Standing behind him. Jamie close on the hometown hero from the loss or still questioning their own safety. But then something reckless happened after eighty eight days in captivity that young lady found her way to freedom lays gentlemen that young lady. Jamie Kloss is with us here today. Jamie your strength. Resolve and your bravery is beyond incredible. You are truly an inspiration and a bright light during a time of sadness, and you taught us important lesson. No matter how great your situation. No matter. How dark your days become an a matter? How impossible your circumstances may seen? There's always hope on behalf of the state of Wisconsin. I am so Froude to present our hometown hero ward to miss Jamie clause. Jimmy. The entire simply chamber. She's there with her family her hands who she lives with is standing next to her family members there as well. Standing ovation. Hands. We've now going to the floor. On.

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"froude" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"froude" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The country is hours, they chant. We will do what we want. Gerry are seizing their moment. Mass protests now the Friday routine just months ago, the horizon was very different. He could be jailed for posting on Facebook. After decades of repression by a hatred regime. It's just too much for some. What do they want from us? He says we ask God for revenge. Belief physician the Froude is building here on. So is the is the Friday inter road at the demonstrators. They say they move on all of their demands. Are they want break with the past? That means the new interim President Al Bill cut or Ben Salah most go protesters don't trust him to organize free elections. But some worry the powerful military is playing a double game expressing support for the protests, but trying to limit any change. In the main square. Police could not hold back the crowds. The protesters believed the March of history is on their side. So I came from abroad, I'm very happy to be here with my family in order to March for democracy and in order to stop this corrupt government and to try to give the youth a chance for tomorrow. Do you believe you'll succeed? I think we will succeed definitely here. We're far too many not to succeed. But still more standing up to the regime all on their own like niece imagined. I told them this is my country. She said we want the system to go. There's nothing for the young generation. I have five kids with no jobs and no homes of their own. In among the crowds of veteran. Lawyer who may help lead Jiri.

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"froude" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"froude" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"They have these elaborate costumes that make them look good grander than they actually are. Yeah. But you can kind of see it. They're like in the in the carapace of the Skaggs easing kinda see like a a plated overlapping plated lobster tail thing, except it's really craggy and nasty, and you can definitely see the the lobster shells as they came through in the Garth them. Yeah. So, you know, a couple of things to sort of take apart with the Garth them here. I believe it's mentioned in the world of the dark crystal that they're they're sort of a symbol out of the memory of ancient see creatures, which is something we'll get get back to in a minute. And then Macara who again wrote an actual history of the dark, crystal conceptual design of Brian Froude. She's speculation the Garth may actually exist thought projection of the sketch because topa. Yeah. Because when they're when the Skaggs these powers broken, the Garth them, kind of vanish or at least the their internal biology vanishes in the shell plating, just falls, like empty armor. But you know, it was looking looking a reading a little bit about just like shells and in clause and weaponry, and I came back to an excellent book by Douglas, j Emlyn titled animal weapons the evolution of battle. And one of the key things in this is that he's you know, he's comparing the evolution of various biological weapons to actual, you know, man-made weapons and Bren tools of war than humans create and he points out that you know, muscles are expensive to maintain even when they're resting and males with big claws require the most muscle. And of course, he's just talking about natural world fiddler crabs. He ever going. Look at something like the Garth. I'm like, that's an enormous creature. You know, you're gonna have to if it were depending on a on an actual diet. And it wasn't just staying through like, vile, sketchy thoughts or some sort of mystical. Crystal powers. It would have to eat a lot. It would be expensive to maintain. Now. You do see the sketch sees feasting in the movie quite gusting lay. They there's a great feasting in got stuff hanging out of their mouths. Yeah. I don't recall ever seeing the Garth ameet. Yeah. But the maybe they don't, you know, it's hard to hard to be sure. But one thing you can think of is. Like, okay, if they are expensive to maintain just, you know, through crystal power feeding them a bunch of meat garbage or whatever the Skaggs he's doing. You could easily compare that to sort of weapons programs that humans have so. And this is one of the key things that that he gets the author gets into an animal weapons inland discusses. For instance. You could compare the Garth them to the US air force b two. Stealth bomber built at a reported cost of two point one billion per plane, requiring fifty to sixty hours of ground maintenance for every one hour in the air, and and that's not even taking into account upgrade efforts..

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"froude" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"froude" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"She grunts allot every they're great scenes where she like sits down and releases this powerful grown of discomfort as she does. So yeah, I have seen interviews old interviews where Frank Oz describes her as being, you know, she's the she's so ugly. She's beautiful. She's the there's this this grotesque gorgeous quality to our she. She can detach her eye and hold it in her hand see around with it. Yes. She has ability. She has sort of goat of curl goat horns coming out of her head. And she has what looks like a parietal. I we're third. I would be. Yeah. You know of like you see in the lizards and various species. So she too is this kind of thing that seems like a hybrid of all these different. Forms of she's largely humanoid. We we only learn so much about her in the actual film. But there's a wonderful book that came out by Brian Froude, titled the world of the dark, crystal, it's magical, this is one of the best illustrated books ever. And so it's it is presented as if it is a an academic translation and gloss on an ancient texts that's been discovered and that ancient text is the book of Audra. So it it takes as a fact as if you know, the stuff that happened in the dark, crystal is like a mythology from a long ago, existing culture and Albright is the author of this mythology and it's been translated by my fictional scholar. I think named Llewellyn ride with various academic asides dismantling what's happening. But but we learned it's really a wonderful book not only because it's. Filled with Froude production, art and designs. But it is. Yeah. It's just so weird too. Because it could have just been that. Right. It could just been hey, Brian Froude, and I worked on this movie called the dark crystal here. Here's some of the pictures. No. It's this. This this utterly weird. Magical one of a kind book. But but in it. Yeah, we hear a lot more about Audra where she came from. We get more of a sense of the the back story on the world of thraw. But we learned that she something like an earth elemental that she's like a being that rises up out of the stones and the roots of the world. So that the world can have voice in the world can witness. What's happening? Yeah. And and then she loses one of her is when the great conjunction occurs will get more into that later on. Yeah. Now, one of the cool things. But August that she sort of an astronomer astrologer type, right? She she has in her laboratory, she has like a big observatory on the top of a mountain and within it. There is an aura. And I love a good Aures. Oh, an Ori is basically a mechanical model of the movement of celestial objects, usually the planets in the solar system, and these have been constructed based on various astronomical models throughout history became very pop. In the early modern period to represent the heliocentric model of the solar system, a standard Ori would operate by orbiting physical objects around based on a clockwork mechanism timed to simulate a ratio of the actual orbital periods..

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"froude" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"froude" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Hey, welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert lamb, and I'm Joe McCormack. And we're back with another movie episode of stuff to blow your mind. I'm so excited about this. When Robert what are we talking about today? We're gonna be talking about the dark crystal last month. It was Highlander to you know, I think a pretty a objectively terrible film. But this time we're talking about a film that in my personal opinion is is indeed a great film. If not a perfect film in the words of a good friend of mine, who's it's his favorite movie of all time. He posits it as the most magical movie ever made. And I think I agree. There is no more magical film. There's also no film. I can think of that as a more pure fantasy than the dark crystal. There are a lot of fantasy movies, but the dark crystal is is the most fully committed to a fantasy vision. It's a movie with no human beings in it. Yeah. It it is a it's just a wonderful alien experience. But yet one that, you know show. Does the natural world that we we know it shadows, human mythologies and storytelling traditions, and it really leads to just an overall elegant work to remind anyone who hasn't seen it or to sort of introduce you to it. Because I I've spoken to people who have not seen the dark crystal, and I have to tell them about after serve as an ambassador for this film. It came out in nineteen eighty two directed by Jim Henson and Frank Oz written from it and Yoda Kerman. He a written by David Odal, and Jim Hinson and the world and creature designs were created by the artist Brian Froude, and then and then brought to life through Hinson's creature shop and the vast effort of just an entire industry of people..

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Diver survives after being scooped up in whale's mouth off South Africa

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Diver survives after being scooped up in whale's mouth off South Africa

"The terrifying moment for a diverse studying marine life, Italy funding himself inside the jaws of a giant whale whose ABC's Lana Zak take a look at this photograph, those legs dangling out of a whale's mouth belong to Reiner. Ship Reiner was taking photos of sharks feeding during the annual sardine migration in South Africa. But as he was concentrating on the sharks he didn't realize that there was a far larger animal coming to the surface out of nowhere. The one came up from the side. I realized a split second later that I was inside the way it was pitch black. I couldn't see anything at fifty feet long weighing fifty five thousand pounds. This Bridewell could have crushed his ribs or brought him deep under the water. Thought to myself. Well, he comes because he's Froude is too small to human. But obviously, he couldn't take me down into the water fish Reiner failed his lungs with air preparing for the worst. When suddenly it just twisted gone at the fish push out, the the water and with the water he pushed on me, and I was outta game. Last year. Another whale made news capsizing twenty foot fishing boat in the Atlantic and last summer this humpback whale breached right next to a boat, but none of these encounters have been closer than his the whale got away with the fried as much as I definitely I don't want to be inside away game. Tom Rayner is fine. And after being released from the whale's mouth. He had two questions with everyone else. Okay. And did they get the photo

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"froude" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"froude" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"If you get circumcised like that Froude. Froude? Do you know how you you know, they say like you get your hair from like your mom's father? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, then you got some trouble. Where do you get your dick? Who am I family tree? Is it your mom's dead too? My mom's dead at your like brother-in-law's like uncle. Visit my dad, we're not on speaking terms. I'll tell you right now. You know, what I mean, you got to really think about it. A dick size has to be somewhat hereditary because your body has to tell your penis to grow. Just like it tells everything else the girl, but we it's a muscle your your, dick. It's not you can't be right. There's no bone in there. But I can't go to the gym in like, you know, I'm not it's not growing nuts. Right. Oh, man. Imagine you could really wonder what the genetic makeup of a cockiness. I think I was just slapped on at the end of creation. It was like y'all you get what you get kid. Is it maybe it is just luck of the draw has has to be it has to have like sometime weird genome Malfa mutation it might be just like your environment because when you know, not your environment, but like. Like, if your mom smokes while you're pregnant. No, well, yeah. You grew up in a hard life. So obviously, my dick is a huge. No, I'm saying like if you look at it across the board, you know, obviously, there's exceptions to this. But. You know, the smallest penises come from. Okay. A seri- go Jim country. I hear you. I hear me making that up. No because I've looked at up. Yeah. And really people from the Congo. Like their their floor is like six and a half inches Mandingoes like and it's like their floor the floor. Here's like like the floor. Like like, the smallest dictate would. What when they walk is that what you're saying. What do you mean what the fuck are you talking? What do you mean? They're floor. Like, that's like, they're the lowest this low aesthetic goes six and a half intial on average on average. So that means like eight inch thick in the Congo's, like, whatever. So basically, it's like picked you wanna big dick or do you wanna live in the Congo? You wanna live in environment? Yes. True from I'll be honest the to America if that was a possibility, I think about it. For for quick second. Like, imagine your dick was so big that you had to pick it up to like clean underneath it. Like, I don't have to pick. My dick up a lot of infections. Yeah. What who knows? Like. Oh, big it might get dirty quick. And you don't if you don't wash your dick every day, which I hope to God, you do might pick up some debris. God. That you watch. Do. I made focus running on the show. My first one I'm not gonna be minds my bottle because I know my butthole sucks. Well, I would go I would go for the dick first, and then the butthole because I'm very washer ass and then wipe your gig. No, no, no. No. No. No. Because here's what. Guys, serious true. Because I know my butthole it's my Gucci. My asshole is the two, stinky, est things on you. I want to attack that first..

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"froude" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"froude" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"You folks got rob to the burglar took my Froude attorney beach towels crimewave good Lord by storming Norman, commemorative plate stolen again. That's what I had more stuff than this. Party. Of course, wakes up naked. It's so good. I think it's so funny that the line about the stamp collection. Doesn't have any pay off other than that bar is set. Joke is that part of sad. And they find it funny. Good everybody laughs at one member of the Simpsons family. Yes, we've found that the the burglar has continued to cause wreck havoc. I guess I didn't realize how funny the calling card thing was because as a kid. I just they said like, oh, he left his calling card, and I figured like sure that's a calling card. Not realize that of course, normally when people do crimes, they leave like an actual like something specific, right? Who's them? Not a literal calling card the wet bandits. I was gonna say. Great, mark. So this moment is so hysterically funny and chatted Casey about it. Last night, by the way, one weird thing about my relationship with Casey, which Alec will point out is being insane. Is that he and I excuse ity communicate via G chat. Everyone else. Yeah. I don't know why the only person that I. Well, okay. I guess we could fix this. Should I leave chatting with us? Okay. It's like texting better. Sure. I think it's like it. I think that there's less pressure with the chat. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You're right. You're right. If someone is get back to you. It's like what I think. Trends have moved away from G chat. Yeah. Bring. But anyway, I responded to spark this is one of our sponsors as well. But this moment is so funny bean. Yeah. Basically the the leading up to it. I just like you have got insurance though. Right. And then Marge just like why don't you tell the kids what you've got instead of insurance? Chris you magic beam that joke was cut out of sedation. Share caught me by surprise when I was watching. It's just such a joke joke, and it's a throw away. But I love that. It's like the logic. I want to say that that this era of Homer and his idiocy. I feel like the writer's room for this particular season. Understood it so deeply that it was you have to walk this line of him being idiotic and simplistic simpleton without him being jerk s homework or without him. Being you know, like mean about it like he's just like his motives are all pure, but he's just a you know, an idiot that is easily distracted. You got the magic beans to help his family. That's right. He's a total dope. That would be sold. Like if Homer was a real life person. He would be so deep in like five MLM's by now. Be such a such a tragedy. It'd be a podcast about it. Let's take a quick break to think about what jerk ass Homer would have gotten instead of magic..

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"froude" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"froude" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"I don't want to find that disturbing. No, I don't like it. I don't know who say that. Because you've never had real fresh squeezed couches. Yeah. The you've had the real thing, then you know, that milk is not juice. So I okay. This is I studied abroad in Amsterdam. And I don't know if you got you. I'm sure you guys have been it is their daily. Don't do. They don't do milk the same way everything is like unpasteurized, and like a weird and she'll drink milk. And it's just like, it's it's like, crunchy. It's like crunchy peanut butter, but it's milk. And it's just like awful, it's like stick and warm and just like that. So I assume that that is closer to the source, and I gotta say the closer it gets to the cow. The worst is. Yeah, you just got to make it make it as chemically as possible. I think that first of all I think that university of Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh who is famous for eating nothing, but steak and milk in recommending that to young people. Okay. That the heat a lot of stake in mill creek a lot of milk. I'm imagining someone dunking a stake into milk and then eating it. And I feel like I wanted to feels like mean to a cow. That's just bully. Oh, yeah. Sure. Making him watch like a dirty cookie making a lot I contact with the cow. I well, I hope I'm duck in your flesh, and my juice the your flesh into your shoes. Yeah. Anyway, again, juices what you do when you get when you put a cow through and expel her. Cold press. Right. Yeah. More nutrients that way, more of its natural nutrients come through. I think he's a real American hero for those things. And I think the greatest American hero is someone who drinks a glass of buttermilk for breakfast. I have my is to be American. I have joined I had more contact with milk drinkers recently. Yes, I consider that a slur and saying it has the slurred. I I have joined a fraternity recently. And I don't mean like a college fraternity. I mean, like a fraternal order of men the so we I have joined what I am. Now. I am calling the sad breakfast men. Or the lonely breakfast men. Here's here's how I interact with the lonely breakfast men. Jordan Froude breakfast. Well, let me finish. Yeah. The in sell breakfast, buddies. Yeah. Easy. No fat..

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"froude" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"froude" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Literally the set up stairs. That's not right. Nice. Is it nice story? Well. I'm gonna say it's been a sad. But anyway, we should talk about could even in a couple of Mel Brooks productions since I've seen you lost on on the stage, at least that's what do you make you met Mel Brooks? Yeah, yeah. The first one I did produce those not was tune around that was tune production and the long since he longs quit. Deeply offended, deeply, offended by. Yes, long since finished that and then, but this one was not three written it all. So he came over and was was in the rehearsals, and so a sent of the put on tape I and and then he said, oh, Mel wants to talk to you on the four, not. So it'd be like five minutes or something two hours on the food. Let's say about ten minutes that was talking about the day that the rest of it was just telling she'll visit story. No, go on. An, yeah. And then he came over and he did. He was in the rehearsals. I use that every day an east everyday, kick the door, the ruble, but did my what we would do. They need just walk and they know your road I must show. What do and then. And we did. And you go melt, come, ask you a question, did you know you have more money. Just hilarious. For dinner. Always pays, you know? And he's like, whenever he gets the Bill, you like checks the Billy goes. The building. Too much going. And I put my credit card the way it. She said, mix you like doing team pay and he went on, I could see them all. Wasted. We just need to route the bowsprit look gore off. Thanks for dinner. I didn't after these shouts Zola restaurant. He goes Ross. Are you fucking kidding? God way more money than. Guilt. All the time. So yeah. So who's in the room for light? We did like six weeks or something, and then he was here for three months stay just a non stop. So it was all, and then we do the show and then we previewed up in Newcastle. So he came up to Newcastle. So it was that we had thing. It's like there's belt Brooks. Yeah. So yeah, he was around in there was one I wake up call this long story, right? Of Ecorse course. cook. As long as. To fill in this. So there's a light in sure where Froude Luca let's Joseph says talking about the original victim Frankenstein and says. He said, let's play croquet. I carry. This was a, he carried his hoops about. It's an I carry these bulls right. Classic books, like you said, he goes, what are you going to do? Got to carry this bolts. I carried this box and actually what I carried his bows and you know, I carried his bolts had a very specific way, and he goes, do it just enough cowardice, both? I suppose you know. But don't go bolts, you're gonna go..

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"froude" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"froude" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Like what does leave is there. They were concerned enough to text and find out, but not actually get like five text be like, what's going on fire? What's happening. Dude. Yeah. When we had to that one year, we have to vacuum the convention center here in Austin, a similar thing where the alarms went off then came over this. Someone came over speaker until people start evacuating. Then I went onto the floor to make sure people were evacuated people just like kind of staring at center stage and they're talking to each other, walk it off to like away from the exits to look at more boost. I was like, what are you guys doing? Like get the fuck outta here start walking to like the first exit and I was like, no right there. That one get out. Were they. It was like, you'll need to get the fuck out of here probably experienced to be told to get the fuck out of the convention center by. Yeah, they're probably super happy about that. Well, I'm so glad we stayed there Swiss scary. Let's like you would hate to be trapped or die because you assumed it wasn't real w to go smart about it because let's say they cannot in there like there is an issue that could cause a state thousand people barbed backlash crush. Yeah. I mean, like I'd rather be in the first one hundred walking out the door as opposed to like seven thousand on a dozen. Ivan. We've all been in stadiums before people don't just like clear out. Super fast named takes a long time. It was a really horrible fire that happened at a club here in Austin. What was the name of clubs? Right off riverside, and they had a fire was a heavy metal band, the heavy metal club that was at the back door, the back door, Patrick remembers. You're still here, but it was awful. It was like people tried to flood out the front doors, the club had double doors, but to many people tried to go to the doors at the same time and they just wedge. Everyone was wedged in the doorway and to people died, oh my God, it was awful. When was that? It's two thousand and Nerf eight eight, seven eight, seven recent. Yeah, that's why I don't know. I don't think so. I thought those rotating doors. I see me. I was supposed to use them in a fire. I don't know. Not revolving door. Yeah, because you touch them. They slow down, we'll go. They stop in the new push him. Yeah, it's super easy to fuck with your friends in a revolt because he'd touch it stops and they will just put your foot just like slam into the door, but also probably Christians the shit out of your foot though. Not the automatic ones where if you close the Waller me, it'll stop. I hate those. Yeah, there. There's one of the hotel. We were staying at in New York and I- bashed myself into the glass, never successfully gone through those without running into. They have to like walk like this, like just along the side off, make sure all of the time that people have spent waiting for that to restore. Again, that's probably years and years of wasted significant amount. They can just tweak it a little bit. Yeah, it shouldn't feel and then keep going immediately. I gotta tell you though. I love video compilations that people walking in the glass and walls or glass doors and through. Yeah, or they like rebound. When you when you take pleasure in the misfortune of others, it's like a German shepherd. I thought was shot in Freud. Shadan Freud could be saying it wrong. Soden Froude trying it was. It was like a mime troupe in the eighties and David Letterman always had him on. I shouldn't say a mime troupe. There were like avant garde performance art, Jordan Freud..

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"froude" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"froude" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"This robbery usually means lead in the east and And she she's. usually the first game play. Boorda war talk in terms of the South Carolina people. There's two games that we talk about, and that's Clinton in Georgia. This year being been in our stadium willy b. is going to be rocking. So yeah. I mean, just just gonna be electric atmosphere means a lot to our fans and our players way back and a lot of back and forth. But for us, you know, we're gonna take it as it is gonna come out this. And obviously when the football game puts you all that ahead and you give an opportunity to be one in the eastern in against a good team like Georgia communication and everybody on the same page, do those two things. There's an awful lot of teams out there. Stop this. So again, we've been talking about Georgia, South Carolina for many months. It's it's a game that South Carolina fans feel like they can win coming over here today. Gamecocks fans mildly confident, not overconfident, Georgia. Not lost here in four years, they know too difficult place. All that stuff you've heard before the game is tomorrow. So Clemson neighbors here head down to college station and. And the people in conversation. As we saw last week, we did our Thursday show from there pretty fired up. I've known JIMBO alone time. We've had a lot of epic battles. I don't think it'd be different in college station, phony ten to get a chance to to play these great teams from SEC. I mean, that's been a top two conferences football for last two years. When's as good as anybody in college? Football and last year, the well-coached got great players. We all know that. It's about Clemson. We gotta worry about yourselves, not worry about Clinton. Invest waited. Silence Froude is to play well. So I think I think this game speaks for itself as well as an ready to take on team like clumps in who is ranked number two in the country. Many people believe they could easily be the number one team. So the oddsmakers seen that line slip under ten up to you, whether that's close or not. But the bottom line is this. It's a major challenge for am at home. We think we know that the quarterback situation has abated there, but Clemson is a dangerous team, no matter where the game is being played. We have a lot to do on the program today. Well, must champ will be with us momentarily Tim Tibo as well. We'll tell you where we're going next week for Lara Rutledge coming.

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"froude" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"froude" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Movie is a complete disappointment and then five questions rotary didn't love this movie and i'm going to read a part of this because i think he fucked this up which makes me mad because he says this and correct me if i'm wrong he says one of the key characters in the film is toby and that's the baby in he said played by toby froude and he said froude is a midget of course he says that word because it's in the eighties right who is give who has been given a muppet head to wear and although the head is good special effects i keep wanting to real is real expressions the effects at anything he's wrong about hogle yeah yeah no that's almost unforgivable to in a as a professional and i love roger ebert which is why i read his stuff but like he completely mixed up like the names in print and his own column that's really very that's a poor assessment of the situation and that yeah because to me one of the i was i had a note on here one of the cool things about this to me are in one of the things that make the puppets so engaging is the is yeah i think they do such a great job with they all look real yeah and this is the point where they're like blinking and right you know i think is what really draw you in and it's like not a human that's an important part of the character is the fact that could have just been some random to achieve that level of makeup effects back then you would have had so much on his face all you would have seen the is right i would have been the only human part of that men looked phony yeah like you wouldn't have the cheek movement or anything else yeah so so either wrong wrong to carry on and then he has this to say one problem another problem with the movie is too long it's by the way like ninety four minutes.

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"froude" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"froude" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Like you grew up baby all right so his dad design that so brian and like the wiz he goes is that like brian jim and brian froude we're like in the limousine after the premiere of the dark crystal just kinda like talking about it and again well you know blah blah blog wasn't as everything we wanted it to be and they just started like throwing out ideas in the limousine of the from their premier after the premiere of their movie wow that's like that's how jim was always just like going yeah and so that's why honestly because crystal didn't do as well they okay we gotta get back to our roots which is like you know human people like a little bit of comedy a little bit of like nonsensical to music yeah music and so that's why how the labyrinth kind of started to get gotcha yeah and i think he considered other musicians role before bowie like mick jagger michael jackson as well oh interesting yeah would you can kinda see it from the wiz yeah you gotta think about that and be like well and his just this whole sense childlike sense like that makes a little more definitely more so than mick jagger yeah yeah yeah yeah it also bowie like there is none other could have could have not been anywhere else feeling a baby might have been problematic so let's be glad to the other thing struck me today was looking at just the production credits of this thing in the writing credits like this is a a melding of george lucas jim henson and monty python yeah because ridgely written by terry jones and a lot of people worked on the script afterward including the great elaine may but terry jones got screenwriting credit right in a very much when you watch it you feel a little bit every now and then that sort of python esque yeah humor yeah definitely comes through well you know and it's also funny just because of the way that comedy those two mouth nations of comedy which is very physical side gagging kind of like you know slapsticky at times yes all that kind of stuff especially with the goblins and the other creatures like it's great they just don't want him around and there's like in the dance magic dance sequence there's chickens they're just though in chickens in the.

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"froude" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"froude" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Around the world like a lot of shows didn't always translate internationally this was everywhere yeah and he stopped it like he decided to not do it anymore yeah after like five seasons i think just because he felt stagnant as an artist and that is something that artists do as they push themselves for the next thing right and the next thing he wanted to do was this thing called the dark crystal and he kind of worked a little aspect where it's trying to get the design work and then like build he built out the world and then he started to incorporate the story in the world bright and then that was essential did okay it was also just the genome expensive movie that like no people in of i believe the first the like all puppet moving yeah because muppet the muppet show the movie labyrinth and they all had human ripe interacting right and it was you know it stark it was fantasy and jim said like he would say that like it's a good thing to scare kids it's like it's a part as good part of their lives so he wasn't pulling punches on it you know it wasn't grotesque or whatever thing though it was four kids but it was also scary and it didn't do as well as he'd wanted it to just like by any metric didn't do well even though it's a co classic now and they're also re making a television series on right now really currently shooting of dark crystal the dark crystal auto on netflix and it's all puppets it's all puppets they'll be some cg elements to this shooting it in london right now that's cool yeah yeah labyrinth followed right crystal so the brand frowned was a designer on that and so if you see like that look of labrador crystal and i'll honestly like we think of as creature fantasy aesthetic is like a lot of it is born from brad brian frau's designs and is that his son as the baby toby froude yes who's also toby yeah he's also a production designer works is working on the current crystal oh so he stayed in the business that's pretty cool i mentioned it's pretty cool for him also to see.

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"froude" Discussed on The Point Of It All

The Point Of It All

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"froude" Discussed on The Point Of It All

"Okay all right cool you know was it and so but with that i'm okay it was just a lesson i had meyer fat even will lessen alert i mean this is something like 'cause you kinda hit it in a way so it's not like a lesson i learned whatever if that was the case i would see that on facebook instagram snapchat i see the new one particular place that you just shouted unit shown any love place with this whole social media way haggard relationships because you know some people live by this whole keep your relationship private from social eating credit which is cool i'm cool i'm cool with that you could keep keep you relationship business private don't keep you relationship froude leg if you got if you in obliged somebody just let it be known you'll spanish says relationships gave president relationships best cool but when you we own when info bio on either say relationships single nothing like that in all you guys does pitches view in a houston me affirm requests who's on guard i don't know what the thing okay no me but okay she sent me a firm request 'cause everybody does when you get friend requests whether you extend it or you don't you tend to go to the page i golden profile as the tv you wanna except gonna see yes she she is as it okay see we got a mutual friends if this mutual friends don't stop i don't want to be in my business shit like that so.

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"froude" Discussed on Escape the Rat Race Radio

Escape the Rat Race Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"froude" Discussed on Escape the Rat Race Radio

"Will actually create just a mistake a more wealth school themselves and for society dan actually for than the entire twentieth century so we we're seeing now that the individual can just do you know stunning things amazon sending at the same time that we kind of understand that we can't do it ourselves that we actually date two collaborates ended so much easier now two collaborators get people are trying to to the kinds of things that you don't like so you could really bite what steve jobs insurance who has gained jimmy universe twenty being actually talking about seed jobs it just happened that's a friend of mine since may a quotes from seed took just just this instant actually like before we started talking here and it's a it's a wonderful cart it it says this let's go invent tomorrow rather than worry about what happened yesterday a nugs unlike big board horrible deeper understanding of that's now possible and it will possible minutes if a great they are they are in dayton froude listeners poll we talk about entrepreneurship a law and i'd love to find out where you'll definition of a true entrepreneurs because sometimes we behave people referring to people have just quit edge open come self employed many just are in the right job now and blacking twice the amount of hours and earning half the amount of money that they would be full so what defines an entrepreneur in your mind pole event biz all sorts of entrepreneurs said yet you identified one of them the pressler goes out there and as you say technically bras and solve a jobs probably not not not a good figure i think the biggest thing i know this is taking different different take on your question but.

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