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"gye" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

05:53 min | 2 weeks ago

"gye" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"But then just it becomes like a dialogue. That i'm having with with my grew by inner light you know and and my beloved and i'll just you know each time you sing it. You wanna see a little bit more beautiful to express your feelings whether the feelings are longing or whether feelings are just love. It's you know you want to express it in the most beautiful beautiful beautiful way that you can. Many at my songs come from improvising. You know like. I'll be singing and sometimes even in public. But i'll be singing. I'll be improvising. And and just refining each each repetition of the melody. I'm just refining it until it feels like the the most perfect expression of the feelings that i'm feeling in that moment find anything about doing songs over and over and over again is you might have been feeling one thing when you compose the song but the next time you performing. You're not exactly feeling the same thing so so. I do leave a lot of room for improvisation. it's eighty in my concerts. But you know. I studied with all the barcon. Great great one of the great indian classical musicians many many many years and his his the refinement of his melodic sense and also kind of like complete recognition of melody as being a connection to the divine realms. You know really earth than me this adoration for for the beautiful melody. I try to share that. As much as i can and we feel it and i hope we get to see you out on the road again really soon so i wanted to tell you one thing about our show. Jay is that It started off. And i met our producer tony sweet and ufo conference. And i was kinda of mentioning that in our we were getting warmed up for this for this talk. And i've got a ufo story so what he has something you wanna share o. Yeah i do. I really do so this happened. I don't know maybe thirty years ago. I guess once he turned seventy. It's hard to remember when things happened. But i was in south india and i was it staying in temple. Hunt him on. His monkey died the votes of rama and it was a temple dedicated to my grew named curly baba who had left his body. But i was visiting there and and my indian spiritual mother whose name was city mar was staying there for a while. I was i was staying at this. It was very rustic was out in the jungles in south india and it was really really just awesome place to be survey one afternoon late. After nine sticking walk there was dirt pass. It was a little village nearby. It was just taking and as i was walking back well. The sunset came in it became dark and then in the distance i see this little light multicolored fired. Trust the sky and then it it went over the temple. It stopped above the temple. Where i was staying and it started hovering and then i could see that it was actually a cylinder and around the the cylinder was was multicolored lights and it was just floating above the temple and goddess totally weird. Because i never been let ufo oriented so to speak and but it was. It was really powerful to see and then then it just got smaller and smaller and smart and smaller and then disappeared. So i went back to the temple. And and i i saw city marshal's elder lady and she was in a in a room with a bunch of elder ladies. And i told you know. I just saw this. Ufo over hovering over the temple and then disappeared as she laughed and she said do people in the west. Call them ufo's but we know that these are the vehicles the chariots of the gods and goddesses and the ancient saints and sages evolved and and she said the just last week. I was in the mountains. And i saw what looked like a vw. Bus flying from ridge to ridge. And i saw that. It was the chariot of goddess durga. But i thought. I might be crazy so i called my friends and everybody saw it. So we're laughing. And and what can i say. I've conclusion was it. A ufo was at a chariot of one of the gods. Or maybe that's ufo's are. I don't know that's my story exactly. No it's an incredible perspective. And how beautifully does it tie in with all the wonderful stories. You've told us today gye so thank you for joining us here. Transform indeed and You know we really appreciate you and and just even with your storytelling feel that that devotional love is really uplifting. So thank you. And i encourage everybody to listen. Gye with hall and Utah you won't you. Won't you'll feel too so thanks to everybody for watching and This is truth toll transformation until the next time. I'm bonnie burkard nama.

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Runway Rodents, Flipping Snakes, and other Foreign Object Damage!

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

05:14 min | 8 months ago

Runway Rodents, Flipping Snakes, and other Foreign Object Damage!

"Okay we're gonna start off with one crash that is seems to be in the news Quite a bit lately was a tragedy. It was a seven thirty seven not a seven thirty seven. Max thank you very much Journalists take note. Don't mention seven. Thirty seven max in the same article as this crash please. Because this airplane was a seven. Thirty seven dash five to four registration. Papa kilo charleena. Charlie at fluids first flight on the thirteenth may nineteen ninety-four being delivered to continental airlines. And then how do you pronounce this airlines three swaggie. A- that's pretty good. That's about as we gye sweet swiss regime. Oh i think Our translator staff will be able to tell us exactly. that's this'll be the official pronunciation. Go ahead stuff. This is the language that i unfortunately do not speak. No sorry. I cannot help okay. Well we're going to say this indonesian giant. I like i like mine the best. What do you think okay sounds. Good jeff always okay. Liz was gone with. She's voted for me Took over the aircraft. May of twenty twelve Let's see on the only instance that this airframe has had were bird strikes in nineteen ninety. Four two thousand four two thousand five In march of twenty twenty at the start of the pandemic was parked at soraya for storage in november of last year the aircraft was inspected for an extension of its aircraft operating certificate aoc To december twenty twenty one and a few weeks later it passed inspection. As part of the airline's return to service procedures the boeing seven thirty-seven resume service on the nineteenth of december twenty twenty with his first passenger flight on the twenty second. Now you fast forward to january ninth ninth. Yeah january ninth of so. Let me find the actual narrative here a Seven thirty seven five hundred flight. One eighty two from jakarta to pontianak indonesia with fifty six passengers and six crew had been cleared declined to flight level. Two nine zero was climbing through about ten thousand eight hundred feet. Mfl out of jakarta about eleven nautical miles north of jakarta's Soekarno hatta international airport was over jobs. See when radar and radio contact was lost with the aircraft. The aircraft has so far not turned up anywhere else. Okay this is the original reporting. Of course they did find the wreckage debris And body parts were located in waters of about fifteen meters depth near lung kong island no survivors so we have a few updates here. They did find the flight. Data recorder and it has been successfully downloaded and all three hundred and thirty parameters are recorded recorded are in good condition and currently being analyzed. They also found the just recently. I think on the fifteenth found the vr But they are still looking for the memory unit of the assembly so So far not good with the cockpit voice recorder recovery. Unless there's been recent news that i didn't see i did check this this morning though So yeah. I kind of interesting They don't really have any other. Data will of course the flight data recorder data that. We hasn't been released yet. So i would imagine that maybe the investigators have some idea of what happened to the airplane but we don't know anything about it yet except that it crashed system where i i saw a little bit of Flight right on twenty four all made it looked like it was on a relatively straight climb out that it began a unexpected turn and then it sort of compared to spiral downwards on so. Yeah the dwell nba. There is another. There's another one that we're going to talk about a citation Jet citation five over oregon. That did that but this one was flying a heading. That was not The assigned heading. I think they gave him a zero seven five heading but it continued to the northwest. And that's when they first realized that there was something going on with The flight. I may be confusing. The two don't worry amount me. Okay was that i'm sorry i guess. Was that heading zero five. Some they requested or or something that was assigned atc. I think that that was something that was. I think that was assigned by abc. And i don't think it was a part of the departure procedure. I think they gave them that vector. I think i'm remembering that correctly But yeah it It didn't Fly that heading. I guess that was or maybe it was supposed to fly that general heading and they noticed the controllers noticed that they were not that we're continuing To the north west

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Dr Ben Goertzel CEO of SingularityNET Discusses Research for Artificial General Intelligence

The Voicebot Podcast

04:53 min | 11 months ago

Dr Ben Goertzel CEO of SingularityNET Discusses Research for Artificial General Intelligence

"Yeah single arena. It's about decentralized ownership and control democratic access to a anson robotics is about. How do we make i interface with people in a compassionate loving way which both deliver immediate value to humans like if you rollout compassionate loving robots in metal alba character education context and it can help the the better suck in human culture and human values because it's interacting with with with people in the really direct way now the the core pursuit of agi itself. I've been pursuing for many years. Through project open cog which is an open source general intelligence platform. And we're we're now building. A brand new version of open cog called hyper on. And we're actually. We're spinning off a separate company. From singularity net cog true which is basically building commercial. Applications on top of the new open cog system now. But but it all connects right. Because the the the agi systems true gi will build using open cargo hyperion. I mean these use singularity net as a decentralized platform and they can supply intelligence among other applications to hanson robots into our joint with hansen robot. So many you have you know. We have a whole ecosystem which is dominated by by big tech companies. But we're sort of looking at making a in a way a parallel a ecosystem which is based on a decentralized networks and which also is using a broader variety of of algorithms than big tech companies are currently focusing because i mean deep. Neural nets are great. I was teaching deep neural nets and then in the nineties him as a spare time. Weekend musician having a huge amount of fun would like seek to see controlling their own models for music prediction and so forth. So it's it's very cool. What these neural nets can do on the other hand. I think the only doing a small fraction of what you need for human level general intelligence so with both open cog and trade gye singularity net and answering robots. We're looking connecting together multiple processes. Some doing neuro met some doing budget go reasoning. Some are doing evolutionary learning. They're doing many different algorithms in there. They're cooperating together deal. The sort of emerging intelligence. I'm not. I think. I think that's going to be critical during during the next phase. I we've had a boom with diener for certain narrow. Ai applications and the next boom which i have referred to his agi artificial gerald revolution like that they i revolution i think is gonna be driven by synergetic combinations of a number of different technologies working together and then there's various methods of doing the combination right now open cog one way of doing combination singularity nets and other so it's a lot of stuff going on absolutely okay so a couple of different things This a little bit. So i think for the listeners. Singularity net is a way for any type of intelligent systems to interact with each other. Is that correct. The singular basically like a a at a sir is a sir in. Ai solution as a service so that others can honestly singularity by orientation is about a by software architecture. It's just a way of taking docker containers. Running compute prophecies that have published their api's and allowing these these computing prostheses to pay each other rate each other exchange data give answers and outsource outsource work to each other. Some a customer needs something known. Say documents summarized they asked. They put a request out in the decentralized network. Who can summarize documents right then. Ten agents keke. I can summarize documents than they negotiate define which one they worked to pay summariser documents. The documents summarising agent may do the work itself or it may to some extent. Say well wait. This document hasn't images who can summarize images and we'll send out a request to a bunch of of other agents network that can summarize images but then you need you need payment systems in here. You need reputation rating systems. He needs security. And you can have collections of agents that habitually work together to deliver certain functions in some that only live on the back end and do medical in something and don't ever talk to to

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Love Is A Choice with Yoshi Sudarso

First of All

06:12 min | 1 year ago

Love Is A Choice with Yoshi Sudarso

"Doing. Cash. Surviving. By me. I know. House has the has twenty twenty in treating you. On, a sleep I am enjoying the. A. Forced vacation I guess let's. Yeah. Yeah. That'd be good food. Good. Could be worse you know. I totally agree I. I've definitely benefited of being like more alone with my thoughts figuring things out. What have you been? Occupying your time with. Besides like. We even talk about that. So I have been kind of doing nothing for a longest time in the beginning I really took it as a vacation and did nothing just WORKED MYSELF RESTED PLAY VIDEO GAMES Nice the last couple maybe last month I started getting into 'cause I used to have a youtube channel and content creation, but I never really understood the technical side of it. Oh I've kind of taken it upon myself to learn and I've started. Content creating again and how I'm doing that is through. Twitch I've been streaming on twitch for the past month now. Yeah I saw that I saw that on I think facebook where you're sharing your your upcoming schedule I I am dabbling in twitch myself but I'm still a total new. I will try to help you out with every little bit knowledge that I have but my it's not much. Out On me then that's probably a lot more I. Mean you learn this is what I learned from Tiktok right? Because I was very late to the game rob you just learn so much just by doing it, right? Yes. Absolutely. Getting on the platform. Okay. So what do you do on twitch because I hiked you up in the Intro, we get to know your background you've do stunts and you're an actor, and it's all these amazing things. But like bring us up to speed of like what what, what makes you you and what what kind of stuff are you putting out there? Well, I'm I'm still kind of figuring it out but. I love video games and I play video games all the time. So I figured I might as well stream it, but I didn't want to just stream any game I wanted to like find a way to make the stream enjoyable. Okay. Streaming Games is one thing. The other thing that I'm doing is that I'm I only did once so far but I'm doing kind of what you're doing is bringing you know my friends to come into the stream and kind of talk about themselves you know to have platform for them to. Show what they're doing what's What is it What projects they're doing, what they're excited about and what? Past projects they've done. So I did one last week with Chris Gye at Rj Alex. Is a good friend of mine old friend. And he? He's an acquaintance like we work together a lot. You know when you're doing stunts with each other, you're constantly like seeing each other but only from one side of it. So when I got to bring him on I learned a lot from him talking to the chat. So because you're going deeper into who he is in his background and stuff or like his yeah. Inner thoughts. Exactly. So it's a lot of calls on song in the drink while we can. That's so good. Are you just talking or you playing games and talking and Boba so were talking for the first hour in we hop into a game it just so happened that he was a voice of a game. So we played the game that he was the voice on and it just happened to be a horror game and I don't do well with Horror Games no, I would hate that. I didn't like it. But I'm sure the audience then 'cause you're like actually having a genuine reaction. Is freaking out. Well Okay 'cause gaming is crazy because they I mean because of technology everything is so real. Now it's not like it's not like cartoony stuff. Oh, this way I don't want to even go there because I, I would legit get. Probably from that like. I couldn't sleep well night. I mean, I, love the audiences everything but oh yeah, exactly. But. It's just been. It's been great because. As you know my wife is pregnant so Yeah congratulations. Thank you. Yeah. It's our first kid. We weren't expecting to for it to happen. So quickly, you know, but it was perfect timing usually amount of the country you know half the year whatever. But because of COVID. I've been able to be home for her throughout the pregnancy. Blessings blessings everywhere. There's always I. Mean. I. I like everybody else have been going through it. It's not like just it's there are blessings and and that's not the entirety of it but there's always something to be grateful for and I'm really happy that I mean I'm so like over you guys are the sweets which y you have like Yoshi can we know her story and we're here to talk about love and we will get up to speed with this because you guys are such a beautiful beautiful couple and I'm just so glad that in the middle of all of this madness, you guys have that to celebrate his as such a precious thing to be able to experience together.

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"gye" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"gye" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"I'm. Yeah, I'm so in line with you right now that is exactly what I was thinking. In fact, I had a moment last night and I've got to go to break here in just a second but a moment my sink being out running errands yesterday I was so glad to be home and I was thinking one of the biggest blessings from Cova is everyone was forced. To slow down to examine their lives to to really look at what's really important, which is our our friends, family, our health, our connections are environment, all these things that that provide us a beautiful life and I was so great to have you on the show today Jerry and I can't wait to have you back. You have a good day. Okay and thank you so much. Okay All right bye. All right, everyone continuing on. We have a fantastic show. Dr Bedroom Show Gye is on. He is an incredible author and doctor of Oriental Medicine. Master herbalist and acupuncturist better known as the urban monk will be right back. You're listening to one life radio..

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Fun Facts About Christmas Carols

Classics for Kids

04:09 min | 1 year ago

Fun Facts About Christmas Carols

"Not all pieces. That use Christmas Ms Carols were meant to be played at Christmas time when he composed music for a play called Lila's the woman from ro a city in France. George borrowed an old French Christmas. Carol called the March of the three kings the three kings feature in another piece that uses a Christmas Carol Auto Reno you know risky composed a musical description of three paintings by Italian renaissance artist. Sandro Botticelli one of those paintings is the adoration of the Maj I in addition to the Gye the three kings. The painting shows a huge crowd gathered to admire the baby. Jesus to set the scene recipe gay quotes the old church chant. Benny Benny Emanuel which you know as the Carroll O.. Come oh come Emmanuel The Germans have a Christmas Carol Lullaby in which Mary Sings. Joseph Dearest Joseph Mine asking for help rocking rocking the baby. Jesus to sleep. Yohannes Brahms used a bit of that Carol. To open a song he wrote in honor of another baby the son of his good friend. Joseph or four Yosef in German Yawkey Brahms like the inside joke the to Joseph's and he liked the wonderful tune which he gave to the viola walk Otto Nicolai put the Carol from human known in English as from heaven above to Earth High Com into his Christmas overture and Johann. Sebastian Bach used that Carol in a set of organ variations. There's also a Christmas carol with music by Ahah classical composer. Even though that's not what he originally intended for Felix Mendelssohn wrote a Song Celebrating Yohannes Gutenberg. The man who invented invented the movable type printing press but Mendelssohn didn't like the words to the song which were by somebody else so he told his publisher to find another use for his music music. He thought it might be good for weddings but not for anything. Really religious. After Mendelssohn died someone in England discovered that the music like went perfectly with a poem by Charles Wesley. The brother of John Wesley who founded methodism. Ah

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"gye" Discussed on The Russillo Show

The Russillo Show

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"gye" Discussed on The Russillo Show

"So. Then this next group did the Duke is Gye, and I just wanted to get the reddish part and include that everywhere else the Andre hundred goes off last night in the title game. But if you watched him there be times like this guy supposed to be a top seven top eight pick. I think the same can be said for Culver who statistically simply wasn't as good. But I think you can just you know, anybody that watched maybe watch Culver for the first time last night. But when you saw him like he just looked a little different and the size all that stuff. So give me your breakdown on somebody like hundred and get into Culver who you kind of have to take the good with the bat. And in look, it's still understandable. These kids are young. But you know, there's there's lottery picks the stand out. And then I think with this year's class. There's lottery picks you go. Hey, you gotta write down fourteen names. And if you wanna be really tough about it. You're not going to be able to come up fourteen. Yeah. I think that's kinda the deal with this. You're after you have three guys probably in terms of Zion Gye in our debate, it that you could say have star potential, you know, some might even just say two, and then it's kind of a whole bunch of other guys. I think teams are trying to figure out who that fourth guy is hunter in normal draft. You know, maybe he seems more like an eight to fourteen guy, but he's just so safe. Like, he, you know, he guards everybody. I mean they've put him on point guards to guards threes fours. Even sometimes five we some playing some center last night. So I think just the fact that he's mature he's going to be able to help you right away. He can shoot it a little bit. You've got the physical profile and he's a great kid who's improved every year. I think he's one of these high floor guys who projects as you know, at the least I m b they've not the least but realistically an NBA starter early in his career. There's nothing sexy about his game. I mean, I think some. People. You know think there's a chance he could be fairly ordinary. Some people said, you know, Jeff green, are you if you're really breaking them down. And you say maybe like how different is he than shimmy? Oh delay or something like that. Right. But I I really like defense versatility. And the fact that he's improved as shooter, and you can kind of slot him in right away in terms of colder. Yeah. I mean, he had a great year. He really struggled to shoot the ball down the stretch. And I think that's what makes him so tough, right? As he's kinda guy you need to give the ball because he can't really catch shoot. So and he's probably best like in the mid post mid range spots picking guys apart and pick and roll. So until he starts making like off the dribble threes, you can't really give him the ball. You know? And so he starts making catch and shoot threes. He's kind of tough to play. So. He's a tough one for me, man. Like, I like I like his is. I like his physicality like the fact that he can facilitate, but he's really gonna come better shooter the live up to this. You know, top five potential. Yeah. I was looking through it. I mean shooting numbers especially from three what is down in the thirty ones. And but like last year, I don't know if pull up here again. But I think he was thirty eight last year. Yeah. So it gives you a little bit of hope like on get Gordon. Hayward was one of those players were like his last year. I go why are shooting number so bad? And then I got well. At least there's something there before that tells you that he could shoot it. So maybe that's something. But yeah, Culver a, you know, a lot like a lot like some of these other guys. I mean, it depends on the game that you watch. If you watch Kover in a game where he seems like the only offensive option and taking over. That's great. There's other times we force the issue. Maybe he's not as quick as you'd want for perimeter guy at the NBA level..

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Thailand's election ends in uncertainty

FT News

08:28 min | 2 years ago

Thailand's election ends in uncertainty

"Should Hello. From the newsroom if the financial times in London, I'm season blimp soon after five years of military dictatorship tie, vases, have finally had an opportunity to cheat the government, but those hoping for a clear and transparent election will have been disappointed with the result laid and turnout figures disputed that's a risk that political turmoil. Could return to Southeast Asia's second largest economy. Ravi Macci discusses what happens next with John southeast Asia. Correspondent. But the Nixon. Free and fair. Manny wrongdoing has been reported and sure norm. And some what buying happened even the in front of the station that was actually Chinnawat who for years dominated type politics as a billionaire politician. But now is contesting the elections from exile. John results have been trickling out since Sunday with the opposition alleging irregularities just tell us why this election is being so fraught, this is the first democratic exercise Thailand has had in the nearly five years since the military coup of twenty fourteen the deposed to government that never took office headed by Mr. toxins, sister, young ocean, Awad Tra I mean, this is an ongoing theme in Thai politics for many many decades where the military has ruled directly or indirectly. And it's emerging as the theme in this election is well, what do the results of the election show us broadly? Speaking at showed Thailand is as In impressed. pest elections of very divided country. You have on the one hand the Democratic Front parties and on the other the pro military camp that want to keep general view, the current military dictator and the military in control of the levers of government within the Democratic Front camp. You have seven parties have agreed to work together, the largest of which is put tie the biggest pro toxin party. This camp has a mass following in the north east of Thailand and put aloneness likely to emerge us the largest party in the lower house. We also have a new party called future forward headed by Tana. Torn a charismatic businessmen activists who appears to have come in third place. Again, we don't have a final seat count who will go with the Democratic Front middle of this week. They said that they had enough support for two hundred fifty five seats in the lower house, which would be enough to get them a working majority not necessarily enough to get. Elected in his government because they need support of two hundred fifty senators as well, we're under control of the Quinta on the other side. Yes the punk portraits. The winter party emerged as the winner of the popular vote and looks likely to head the next government because they control the Senate seats another force. That's worth speaking about is boom Gye Thai or Thai pride new party headed by entertain another billionaire businessman who is emerging as a kingmaker because he could go either with the democratic camp were with the junta. And it seems that both sides will need his support in order to form a stable government. What are the gestures out the opposition's making about why the results perhaps aren't as credible? As the hunt claims to be it's not just the opposition. There were a lot of questions about the integrity of the vote both from office in parties. And from the limited number of monitors who were able to do their work in Thailand on voting day on the twenty four th there were questions about. Between the voter rolls. The numbers of voters registered and the number of ballots that actually ended up being cast the worst allegations of vote buying of which I personally haven't seen proof. An I'll be careful to say that here the biggest question, and it's a lingering question as I speak is around the delay in reporting the results, which in every past recent election came out on election night by nine or ten pm. But we're delayed for several days and still haven't been reported as I speak. Explain to us. How will the new government be determined? Yes. This is the first government to be formed under a new constitution that was drawn up after the military coup with the apparent design of keeping the tax and movement out of power and entrenching the rule of the military. The vote for prime minister will be conducted by seven hundred fifty and peace five hundred in the lower house who were democratically elected, I'll be in a flawed. Imperfect election and then two hundred fifty senators who will be handpicked by the junta will also have a vote. So this gives an automatic sort of one third advantage to prolong tra-, the pro-junta party that emerged as the winner of the popular vote and put them in pole position to form the next government. If we back up a good bit of the broader context, why is Thailand so important to the region, it's important economically. It's also I mean, there's kind of a bigger story in south East Asia. Now of what seems to be a move away from democratic rule. There's also been kind of continuing political drama in Thailand where you go through periods of stability and periods of great unrest. There's a lot of money most of Asian some of it western tied up in Thai stocks and bonds, this is a country that experienced of massive financial crisis less than two decades ago, and it's just coming out of it. So I think it's been it's of interest both for business. People also for watchers of democracy. You spoke to toxin, the billionaire politician. Former prime minister, why is he so vociferous in his opposition to the results is a major player in Thai politics. I mean, this is a man who's movement and followers have won every election since two thousand one possibly up to including this election. Although we don't have final results yet. He thinks Thailand could do better in short and thinks that it did under the government's that he and his sister ran, and he also thinks this election was not free and fair. Can you just run us through in a way the divisions acceded to the politics between guests the urban leads? Maybe some of the rural poor who seemed to be very supportive toxin. It's largely regionally based support of put tie. His main party are clustered mostly in northern and eastern Thailand largely rural poor who benefitted over the years from populous spending programs champion by his government's up against them as the Bangkok elite sort of royalist. And military and civil servants who like the status quo and to absolutely loathe his brand of politics. And indeed say it's corrupt and cost the country. Billions how did the politics then work? If toxin is in the country his sisters no longer there. Either he lives in self-imposed exile, his absence hasn't actually changed that much although arguably put has not done as well as it has in recent elections, but the same divisions or there has follow us her still there until recently. This was the only party with a mass following with a real political machine across Thailand. And it did they did very well in this election. We don't know quite how well yet we won't know for certain until may ninth when final results are announced that said it seems like his camp lost some support to new parties. Most notably future forward headed by another anti-military billionaire activists figure who does live in Thailand. Mr. Tana, tore whose party appears to have come in. Third place. So I mean, there are voices saying that toxin ISM and toxin that you know, his time is passing. Let me talk about the economy because talent is the second biggest economy inside Asia. What are the indications for the comic performance of the country, and perhaps even the water region? I think Tyler's entering without doubt a period of uncertainty, the consultancies that specialize in political risk have been warning this week of enhanced risk. There've been signs that some investors have been taking money out of Thai stocks and bonds, and this, of course, is because of the history of street unrest in Thailand. Over the past two decades of toxin ISM wearing the Richards against the shirts some violence. Dozens of people killed at one point in twenty ten. There's a fear that the process could go off the rails. Again, these two camps pitched against each other for now, it's a peaceful exercise. But when doesn't know how long that will last. What is the next stage of the process that we

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"gye" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"gye" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"It should Gye the year and have to work harder to give me to do that. But the answer it's like both like, yes, I have moral failings like a human being. But also, I do think we're all operating under certain Rasul's ations for a wide variety of things that we don't even think about I mean, that's this is maybe going sideways, but like I feel like that's the whole discussion around like privilege, you know, that privilege is something that you don't think about and it's operating in your life. And then when someone if you're willing to listen with someone tells you about it, you realize, oh, I can look back and see all these ways in which it was operating my life. And now I have to confront those sort of like the moral consequences of those. So it's things like that that you just go through your life. Not even thinking about. That suddenly something else can reveal to you blind spots. Yeah. I mean, that's my view is that if you're paying attention, you're encountering those things all the time. So you're never as moral as you think you are even by your own standards. You're trying your best thing you're not meeting them. And that's okay. As long as you can kind of lake grapple with that. Right. And that the end result is that you need to be vigilant. Yeah. I mean, if there's one thing we can say about Paula Polera, he was not vigilant or anything. He was vigilant about but going in the most negative possible direction. But that's kind of I get back to that question as the beginning, which is like reading the book, I find it impossible that he didn't want at some point to be known despite all the steps that he took to like. Not have any photos themselves on the internet, and mascot name and all the stuff. I don't know. It just feels to me like on some level. He had to have wanted people to reckon with his brilliance. Well, I'll tell you something that I haven't I don't believe I've said any of my publicity interviews in which I stay the long-form podcast check ever. We'll check you. I did talk to someone who was imprisoned with Paula rue. And I had a lot of conversations with him who subsequently got out and claim to know him very well. And it's been a lot of time with him in prison or had a lot of conversations with him in prison. And I was able to verify that this person did in fact become close to polar in prison, and he said to me Paul read your series and loved it. And I had very mixed feelings about that fact, whether. I mean, I had mixed visible without that fact, was definitely true. I mean, I I suspect he did read it because he keeps up with his press. So I know that he probably did read at least portions of it but him liking it was a thing. That was I don't know like that's not it's not necessarily what I wanted. But you kind of want your sources to think it's fair. So I in some sense. I didn't want him to think like, oh, this is all wrong me didn't call the book like the asshole. Yeah. I mean, I did say it's important like he's Amman Stor. Like, he was definitely a monster. In terms of how he treated other human beings. So I stand by that. I think the fact support that. But ultimately is he sitting there being like, I'm glad there's this book to books about me out there. Probably. Yeah. Probably. Hey, thanks for coming on the show, man. I was here already. Thanks, listen long-form. I'm excellent ski. I am disappointed that I did not get my cocoas. Evan Ratliff to admit his moral failings on his own podcast. That was my goal for that conversation and came up short still pretty good. Are third co host is Aaron Lamour our editor John Pifer. Thank you very much for turn this one around Innell, our internist Pyla McCloskey our show is made possible by the support of mail chimp pit writers thanks to them. And if you would like to thank us for doing this show, you can leave a review on I tunes. That's one thing. You do. You could also pick up a copy of the mastermind. It's where's your time? We'll see you Wednesday.

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"gye" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"gye" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And her name is Ellen Gye. No. I remember that show that was and I love that show doesn't. I don't watch. Bravo, don't they have a lot of shows like that of like. It's different. To see extreme makeover. I wanna see, you know, the girl with the who's got the issues who then they do the big reveal like they did with they do with the house. Original edition. That's my only complaint. Thank you for listening. Okay. Well, I'm excited that it's coming back. They still don't have a host. And it's only ten episodes right now. So it'll be later this year. Okay. Who's the hosts going to be if you had to pick a host for that show? I like anybody from trading spaces. I like what's her name Cutie pie? Page davis. Yeah. She's good throw her in there. How about the girl from? Oh, my God her and Clinton do that show. Everybody's yelling at their radio where? Yeah, I think she's great. No. She could be a host. You have to be a carpenter. No that doesn't seem like the right fit for what about lower throwing things on the wall. What about chip and Joe? Sure. Sure is there q. Like so much of your life is in that town. Resigned agreement you really misread my tone. You really do. I don't know. Sure,.

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"gye" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

Earn Your Happy

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"gye" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

"To you. If you're feeling like that person isn't on your team any more than you know, what you're right now. The the best thing we can always do is ask a good question at that point in time in five at hey, I'm getting a weird feeling right now on I'm around you. Something's off is something wrong with our relationship. Our friendship. What's going on? You just open that door that isn't a hard discussion. But these of the other person, no, you're onto something that's really important. I love that you pointed that out because looking back, I think that there's a part of us that well, I believe there's a part of us that wants to believe everybody's good. And it's like it's not that they're bad. It's that your energy is not a match like it's just not imagining more, and you're not dealing with it in the right way. So it's just that hard point of just like you said that was really powerful to make a really clear statement. Like if you have a feeling that they're not on your team. You're right. I that you're right. You can stop questioning it, and you can start taking action because I look back in when I've gotten those feelings that doesn't make the woman or person bad. It just made it that it's not meant for my life anymore. And that's my own does sitting bribes so many of my relationships in my younger years, and I know that the same for so many women you sit there and questions I really wanted to work, and what my gut is telling me something's wrong with that person. Just isn't that right person for you? Sometimes it is opening up that conversation to let everybody out of that situation. Oh my God. I even just recently like the past few years, I've had a couple people who had just I keep on. They just kind of stay in my world because they're naturally in my world. And it's like I've wanted them to stay only because I'm like. People people love them. What what am I missing? Like, what's amazing? Like, there's nothing missing. You're just not meant to be on each other's paths like guts, so powerful. And that can actually that goes back to the original thing of building confidence in that inner voice like if I don't start listening to that. And actually taking action on one I know someone's not right for me than I'm not confident in trusting my intuition around people, and you're going to quiet that voice. The every time you don't act on that Boyce a quieter it gets. And conversely, which is great every time you do act on it the louder it gets. So it's really our goal in our mission to amplify that voice as loud as possible. And let it need you in light. It will not lead you astray. I guarantee you that. Okay. So this is a powerful conversation. If we move it into also talking about looking at who you wanna work with and who you wanna spend time with because they're so often, I'm telling you when you're in when you're in the business world and entrepreneur world, it's really easy to get distracted by wanting to work with people because they're in a desired place. Or they're successful in a certain area. But like also checking in I mean, this is just how I work right now. Especially being an entrepreneur. Like, I know that my best work is going to come from. When I'm with the people that I have fun with and like Gye in it's easy, easy as my like theme of my life right now, and I can get really caught up in tempted in trying to make something work because I'm like loving something. They did or the success that they're having round. So they I'm just being really honest, but that doesn't make my life easy. And it's not really the way that I should go. So how do you for you, like, what is your kind of theory around that as an entrepreneur in, you know, telling people who are just starting out in business when they look at someone who they think could give them something. But ultimately, it's like, you probably shouldn't be working with that person for me..

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"gye" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"gye" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"That's why I call the yoga yoga Jain means hail or praise or victory. And it's a great three letter word that you beautiful for branding. Right. It's good. So I had this whole vision. And my home is called Gye John house, and it was yoga, and we were doing these retreats. And then I was doing giant virement? I was designing people spaces, and we had a community that would come and sink. You're on in our teepees called jibe. So we had the whole thing we had the whole thing. And it was good. It was really good. And in like, a good idea. Good good intention, and yet in order to really be the way showers that we were meant to be we were to mature. There was too much personal ambition in there, and I always refer to Derrick zoo. Lander is like. We wanna make a school for kids who can't read good. But the problem is we haven't really gone through the Elke. We hadn't really gotten real. We were still wanting it for a different reason, we weren't totally empty. We weren't really totally empty because there were still some wounds or some image or some things that we were trying to achieve for that reason. And so we had a beautiful sacred wedding on our land. It was magnificent one of the most beautiful days of my life. So gorgeous we had bog on does doing of vague fire ceremony. We had gospel singers. We had channels we had African wedding singers. My boys were adorable and walk me down the aisle. We were on our land. And it was truly just a joyous. Joyous day. And on that day, we we activated the initiation that would lead us through the fall and allow us to Risa so many of us in this room are being faced with challenges. We have very serious things that are going on in life. I don't know all the details. But I just know because we have a collective group of around fifty people. So within that there's going to be a whole sort of array of things, and so what we can offer. You is that you can't get away from life's challenges. You can't you can't avoid whatever your life plan is for. For you. But what you can do is you can shift the lens, and you can meet it in a different way. So again, we have all heard people say, it's not what happens to you. But who do you become in the face of what happens to you? And mostly every time that something's happening to us. We can't imagine that are higher soul would have chosen this for us. We're just kind of like what the fuck. Are. You kidding me? Like, this is not what I want. What how is this happening? Right. But if you shift the way, you come to it, and you view it as a spiritual test or an initiation, and you refined your emotional reaction to it, your judgment, your labels of what you attached to it. You will find that? You can transform it. Okay, next. We have one of the world's leading scientific thirties on the subject of longevity. Dr vaulter Longo vaulter is an expert in gerontology biological science as well as the director of the longevity institute and the program on long Jovian cancer at I f in Milan is the author of an extraordinary book called the longevity diet urge to read and episode three sixty seven we sat down to.

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"gye" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"gye" Discussed on Rotated Views

"You throws himself into a sliding kick. He does he's very competitive. He wants to win. But he'll if he'll kick it, and he'll do this thing where he just lay there and watch what else is happening with the ball. What a what what is the result of that effort kind of thing? And I kept telling James get up get up. But I wasn't saying get up as in like come on score. I was seeing get up because it was like I was cringing because all these little kids are running around like they'll have spy. Like, dude, you're gonna get cleaned it like you're going to someone's gonna step going a little hands. Do get. So I had this very like anxious like get up. Can I'm like, I'm probably look like a nutjob on the sidelines genes get up so it was like physically telling him get up. So then, you know on my coaching him through this whole thing. I'm like, listen, you what you watching the ball's not helping your team like regardless of what that was like, you get up first, and then like you could like slowly Gye and kind of zurve what's happening in in your mind. Go through what you want to do next. And what your next move is. You can't sit down because you're you're sitting down. You already have that thought in your head. What you're going to do. It's going to be too late. Because now you have to have the effort Nager waste time getting up. Yeah. And then and then react. And whereas your first reaction should be get back up then assess the situation, you know, attack kind of thing. But now it's funny because he literally bounces off the floor. So he's running kicking the ball. He falls. I mean, they're they're literally kids like go wrong direction running into each other. You know, giving each other elbows getting yelled at all kinds of funny stuff, but he falls, and I tell get up dude get up, and it's one of those things I it's it's for me. It's a life lesson because. If you stay down when you fall when life knocks you down, you stay down, there's a potential that when you're down, and you're maybe feel bad for yourself or just sitting there, and like not taking proper actions or or reacting quite the way, you should term life can step on you while you're down, and you know, in any fear that victim mentality. The call. Of course, I was going to kick me one down. Maybe you're down too long. And that, you know, and I'm not, you know, downplaying anything, but that could possibly be the case. And that does go, you know, back to the mentality of you know, being the victim. But yeah, I I always think of that like, you know, you're getting back up, and you're you're you're not getting up you're just laying there, and then you got the potential to get stepped on. And I'm like, dude, that's a great life lesson physically end metaphor. Yeah. So Larry's all right. So the last question of the night, when would you tell someone to quit? So this is kind of going back to the seven ways to get back up when life knocks you down, you know, number three was stay way from denial. When when do you tell someone to quit that seems like a weird like harsh way to put it? But I mean, it kind of what he's saying. That's a I think that's a case by case. It depends on what you're doing. And what exactly you're doing to try to solve the problem? If it's something like literally like, you're bang you head and like you live all possibly what you can do. You people around you can help you with. It's like, yeah. Maybe it's time to move on. Unfortunately, he's like find a different way to do what you are trying to do whatever your goal is that I think that's the ticket. I think it's you don't have to quit going after this goal, or this dream, this is maybe you have to quit that approach that you're Jews route. So yes, and go find another way you can do it. I it just like motivation..

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Browns fire coach Hue Jackson ahead of trade deadline

The Adam Schefter Podcast

03:22 min | 3 years ago

Browns fire coach Hue Jackson ahead of trade deadline

"General manager with their old. Hey, coach, hue Jackson. It was destined to fail. And it did finally on Monday when the Browns released Hugh Jackson with time left on his contract this season and next season. So the Browns will be paying him through two thousand nineteen but it will give John Dorsey and Alonzo Highsmith and Elliott Wolff in the Browns for an office the chance to go hire their own head coach, they are I in the pool this year. They get the start looking for an interviewing coaching candidates right now, if they want to go talk to Lincoln Riley at Oklahoma taking go do that. If they want to go talk to any other college coach, they can go do that. They don't have to hide behind anything right now. The Browns are the first out for a coaching search. And then of course, they make the change in offense coordinator firing Todd Haley and bringing in Freddie kitchens who doesn't have extensive experience running an NFL offense. So it'll be interesting to see how kitchens calls play. Days starting Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs. And so the Cleveland Browns the first team to overhaul their coaching staff, but the real changes came Tuesday with a flurry of moves that made this one of the busiest trade deadline days in NFL history. Last year was very busy. Because at the last moment in the twenty four hours leading up to the deadline. We saw Jimmy Garoppolo traded from New England to San Francisco j Gye traded from Miami to Philadelphia Dwayne Brown from Houston to Seattle. Marcel Darius from buffalo to Jacksonville and Kelvin Benjamin going from Carolina to buffalo end the almost trade of AJ McCarron from Cincinnati to Cleveland, the got foiled when the Browns could not get the deal done in time by the four o'clock deadline by the four o'clock deadline this year. There was no such thing. Holding back a flurry of moves. We saw de. Ver- trade Pro Bowl wide receiver. Damaris Thomas and a seventh round pick to the Houston. Texans for a fourth and seventh round pick. As will the interesting part of that trade is that Thomas is first game with the Texans will come Sunday in Denver against the Broncos team. That just traded him. Thomas was the longest tenure Bronco and get the Broncos say goodbye to him because really they weren't going to keep his fourteen million dollars salary around next season in my mind. The most surprising move right before the deadline. Came win Detroit traded golden Tate to Philadelphia for a third round pick. So many teams had made so many inquiries to the lions about golden Tate. But they had resisted all overtures for him. But finally, they broke down and dealt Tate to the eagles who for the second straight year made a trade right at the deadline last year Gye this year Tate, as they look to try to keep up with the rest of the NFC east another team in the NFC making.

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"gye" Discussed on Connected

Connected

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"gye" Discussed on Connected

"I don't know. I really do recommend that people try these things. I think that very good and they really how, let's let's both try it. Let's order them and try it. I, I wanna tell you both in advance that you're going to really not like the fact that it is super sketchiest to while charging works above not gonna like that. Like sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't. Though I feel like the time I think you should try their on Amazon like an very expensive. I recommend you give it a go. I don't like the idea like it yet. All. I don't wanna stick something to my phone. No, no, no, no. Because tickets case, I I already don't like the fact that the case is too thick. Why even thicker? Because it doesn't make it could just try just give it a go, just go cons isn't experiment. This isn't expand your pressure. I don't like it a no saying like it, but I think you should give. There's a, there's one with a giraffe blowing bubble of bubblegum. That's the one you should on who doesn't want that. I bet you could get one of an Italian flag to if you want. There's lots of different for the religious, make sure it's an official. Okay. You want the real deal Amazon, but. Let's see. Okay. Okay. I'll I'll. I'll see what I can do is not going to his not. Right. I agree with it. Didn't take long to get adjusted to the size again. It is definitely noticeably larger than the ten and a little bit heavier, but it feels the way the plus did in that it effectively feels borderless like not because of the design. I felt this way with the plus phone too, because it's so big. It's like I'm just looking at a movie. I'm not looking at a YouTube app on a phone. There's something that makes content particular more like more sort of all encompassing are larger screen. So I feel that way with with the max that whatever I'm doing, feels like just more real and more vibrant because it's larger something. I've really liked about the plus phone, especially watching video, but even doing things like reading or doing Email or slack, whatever, like just because you can see more of what's going on if feels like you're doing it on a computer more than you're doing it on a on something you stick in your pocket. Like it feels like a a pocket. Peter the way the plus not just a phone. That makes sense. Yeah, don't expect. Yeah. I noticed the other day I found myself actually using landscape mound while I was reading like a story in safari, and I was just sliding bad and reading and remove the case because when when I'm bad and I'm using the the iphone, I just I like the fact that it's that it's still like there's there's no, there's no risk of jogging the fun because I'm bad and I'll type of the way that Greaves so actually use landscape mode. And then I realized it actually feels like using a like a, I think my my thought was like, feels like a PS p feels like vegan. Yeah, that was holding in and realize this is just it's like a giant screen. And it was a like a few years ago. It was on thinkable to have like a six point, five, Gye phone and now look at how using this phone to randomly read an article insofar like how norm- normally felt that sort of surprise me. I'm was been ver- oh, actually said about landscape just reminded me. Have you guys seen what landscape control center looks like? Is it possible to use lens in his frigging wild if you use an app with with landscape mo-. Okay, right. And pulled down from the is crazy. Again, it's just a big long list of boxes is very peculiar. I recommend go because this striking it is very strange interest. Well, I just a big. This looks like at wig chocolate Bah you know, making you can get chocolate BAAs broke down to the little squares. It just like really weird chocolate bar. I think you're right. Looks very weird output..

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"gye" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"gye" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Talking about you MBC whatever the hell that is versus Virginia, it's university of Maryland, Baltimore County. Good team. Yeah, solid guard play experience. Coach might make a splash and the tournament here splash Dan phone. Notre Dame would breeze past Miami days before Miami one forty one to eight. I think Notre Dame will be able to got Miami running the football. You guys are in such a hurry to get back to where they were with Dorsey right that you're not seeing some things. Clearly, three point sounds like too little to be giving Notre Dame. I can't foresee a circumstance in which Miami wins. Big Slough off says Shohei Otani will save baseball. Gye Tani hit his first major league Homer in his first home at bat to the angels that got away as Homer single, change baseball, this it really gets save baseball. There. It is there to discover someone and boom fading baseball. He's a messiah Otani. Dan says, Marvin Lewis won't be a head coach. Again, one day before he signs a two year extension God, those fifteen depressing. Here's Marvin Lewis, where you're sitting there trying to prop up Andy, Dalton, trying to believe these your quarterback now, see, we all see what we were seeing at the time which win anything. AJ green his entire career been wasted their wasted help. Martin Luther work. You won't be coaching that will not get a head coach. Categories loaded loaded on your or. Right? They paid the it is bate the and never in the history of this show. Has anyone been done dirtier than I was done dirty by Mike resurrecting prediction? Something I said from eight years ago just to embarrass me ROY Hibbert. That was conversation the last year you did me dirty. Can't believe you keep home for that more of Lois Cashmore of the donlevatar show with stugatz. Thank to one eastern on ESPN.

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"gye" Discussed on Lower Your Expectations with Marcus Butler

Lower Your Expectations with Marcus Butler

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"gye" Discussed on Lower Your Expectations with Marcus Butler

"Hello. Listeners of lawyer, welcome back to poke cost. Today. We have a very special guest with us. Mr.. Gye made introduction. I've been cooled special. I'm good how you did. What did you think of all sweaty. Very sweaty. Very hall of in two minutes, like needs change, not show ready. Camrys. Audio. You just leave. Outfit do you these. Irony on the day is that. Hans sore, put it sitting. Like a main form of exercise. That sounds amazing. Not be good. Just the same on working out walls, doing nothing. First, let's talk a little bit about you. His story about your spy around the wild lane on brother. Well, some people we know is that we're both from Brighton. We are. I was like, every Jeeves was from Brighton. Do you know that is the move and thing? Isn't it? It's fucking Zoe's fold. She was gonna move to Brian because of fee and then over everyone just knows exactly. I just think she's from that. Everyone. India stages in Brian's, oh, this place gets this many views. Now. If you live here, you're only ten miles away from Zoe. Tried setting when are moved into my apartment the agents. Oh, how this is. Number. View, jay. Definitely. Live on them. You haven't been youtuber for that long. You kind of ood it proper quick? Yeah, has an right. I mean you you, you're still new to the scene, even though you being here for how long have you been posting? Three. Threes? Yeah, I'm ten years. Wow, fucking gremlin. How old are you when you first start to cheap about to turn twenty one. It was like a month for twenty first birthdays when I started side on new chief now twenty three again on. Younger than only ever boys and Yoda. What was the motivation behind each you? Was there one specific thing? Did you want to ages like, you know, I'm just going to go for all. Yeah, it was definitely. I wanted to do properly for one of 'em, Philly, commit myself and I used to live in Bristol. I lived there for years during TV presenting so for each comfortable in front of every day for a year. So I was feeling pretty good and maisy avenue. My brother Burke out his girlfriend. Oh yeah. And she moved out and he wanted meets house. I remember the house, the whole sure you've had a million times from him. He's leave your Jovan coming live in London with me, and I was like. Yeah, we'll find your to pay rent. That's nice that you had brother like. Boy, I'll seeing him flavonols keeping him saying he was keeping me alive pretty much now, Joe. So I ended up. Yeah, I left move to London move to London and we had to do because he knew I wanted to do. He's why you do Ichi, y conflict presenting work and all of this. You don't pay rent. If you make a channel and your blood once a week, a good deal. Okay. Can live in the news just post the start you saying that you wanted to do? Exactly. So it was it was pretty puffy now is kind of a motivation behind stalling when for you? Well. And the presenting you doing in Bristol version of London, live wasn't it. Yeah, that's. Do not for year. That's a good chunk. Aspirants isn't a. It was quite amazing. It was a new channel room ages God. How hosting this random thing in Bristol terribly. I'm the guy who was selling this TV channel just wanna hear and do like full-time fulltime job presenting at that point, I was about seventeen. Yeah, I guess we're presenting the you kind of did it right because this quite low of pressure you, especially if you do live stuff, you don't get fucked up exactly of pressure. So she also young and I never really done it. I was, I really was blogging. Time compared with YouTube. It's like oversee you, edit your videos yourself. Yeah. So I guess why could to set you up? And it's funny Doxa there. So many people who don't like you all I was the youngest that will need to. You need done my journal with this kind of stuff and you're already what? And I just kind of like. So question. So doing each was presenting kind of dream was the career so go. Yeah, yeah. Well, once I started, I was like, this do do you end up like trying on MTV or. That was the kind of Gulliver. She's being one of those kind of presented his, but luckily for you end up doing some Howdy wells..

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"gye" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"gye" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"Me is is that lure blunt leaving could end up being a void now i know that you know they they picked up the running back gye from in miami but the eagles led the league in runs over ten yards last year i don't think anybody really talked about that much but it was ridiculous the amount of big runs they had and the garrett blunt had a lot of them so that could be a he could be a tough guy to replace if you know if a giant can't carry the load interesting note there the washington redskins you mentioned alex smith is that who you're gonna stay with for their most important addition yeah i mean i think that's kind of the low hanging fruit but i think you know scanner could be a big pickup for them i look at the redskins secondary has been you know i mean look they went on dodge josh norman a year or so ago because their secondary was a week a weakness and i think scandal you kinda pair him with josh norman i i think that's that's a that's a pretty good looking you know threat right there at corner scanner can move inside to play the slot so i think that could be really big pickup for that defense hand i would say i agree on smith but i would say what made alex smith look so good luck season was the addition of kareem hunt from the get he was fantastic even in that game i think having dairy skies in the backfield with him if you like watching your sec football various guidi was out most most saturdays when you're watching if he can play at that level in the nfc east he could be dangerous edition there while saquon barkley gets the headlines let's let's go to down the dallas still inexplicably in the east yes and yet i think the biggest rival for the other three teams i know eagles and giants people tell you that each other is their biggest foe but the cowboys that that starve skiers all else in in the nfl university at least in the nfc most seasons this season though handsome hank i start with you but in addition then a very uncowed boys off season everybody says that but except that that's exactly what the jair has done for the last five years as make mostly sound personnel choices right but normally there's a splash somewhere in there of some type and it's a very uncowed i'd say oh thomas the the impending arrival of oh thomas might be the move but i that's true i show what what he alan hunts they need another receive is he the is his edition pretty underwhelming now number one i don't know they they definitely we saw what happened when when the when the tackles on available the guys that they want so i guess having connor williams as a as a early pick in the draft is something that that helps them going forward because they don't have to worry about losing a guide so much fair i mean that tyron smith the replacement for the guy's name but he he embarrassed himself on national champion chaz chaz green chaz green you got choked yeah he really did got known choke on and and so i guess having not having to put chaz out there again is is is good news all right o'hara i'll tell you the the cowboys are really exercising the saying addition by subtraction this aussies because really i mean no dez bryant no jason witten really at that sedition by subtraction not what i'm saying is is they're hoping that that i see they're seeing if it works no no that by subtracting these players that it will actually equal a positive i think allen hernan thompsons are good they're good wide receivers really what this does though when you look at what they're doing from the passing standpoint they're putting a lot of pressure on deck and and look last year it was well hey maybe it's desert fall he's not on the same page he's not listening he's not running the right routes or he can only run three routes as somebody said i think when you look at this now it's okay the office going to look different i think a lot more pressure on deck but i look at the cowboys they're building this team to look a lot like the team that won the super bowl's in the.

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"gye" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"gye" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"It and still clots dribbling i was so good to me by said gye dine why are we about it don't why just do you think you gave us such support during the crosses just get after it might we go you back i mean how wonderful is that and then we get to november two thousand nine and the germans in their infinite wisdom decide to make an example of grace and on gonna use that would again as lockwood have it at i j financial products in london in the summer of two thousand and five when the greeks and that they would include the black economy in their i've roll jd postings we konta smelt a rat it was most unusual thing to do to meet you too many obligations we went through all the documentation all derivative documentation all the counterparty documentation securitization documentation not just increase but across peripheral europe olifants print i guess what we get to november two thousand nine and it's all imply and it comes back to that bicyc premise when you full suffi the k assumption underpinning any liquidity credit sokoll you get minor version and then some and the key sump shen underpinning economic monetary union in fact to this day is no default risk in peripheral credit of okan's whether it be solve renewal banco would've and ted the germans thought is an opportunity to teach everyone a lesson and i hit a red button that took economic and monetary union to the brink and you knew that as soon as they injected a risk premium into greek sovereign bonds and counterparty risk and hey cots and everything else i would stop a process that would cause tremendous distress and dislocating not just across economic monetary union but across says we sold from taunton then ta financial system what an era it was an opportunity for me to explain in simple terms this is what has happening this is what they have done they have started something that's going to be awfully difficult to control so stand back bay careful think about your counterpart exposure to your pain banks think about you exposure to you i just just be careful right now of course they were people out there that took advantage of it and say don't get short days song by peripheral sovereignty united usual stuff but there's a big big tyco away from all of this that i think's really important from november two thousand nine until whatever it takes from from the draggy wisit in july two thousand twelve we had mistake after mistake optima stike and it's no secret that european policy mike is broadly speaking have nice strong lack of anglo saxon capitalism in these things called mock it's not very not very nice people but when you step back from and think about who did best from that eurozone crosses dare i say the first year as crosses it was in vistas with a broad mandate who understood what was happening was smart enough to step back from their exposures without wanting to change them mandate without wanting to change their process and suddenly become a car seat guy or a credit guy but i did the highway and said right we understand what it is we want night pot of it but we're just going to step back in the worst of it which is very smart and very disciplined which brings us to.

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"gye" Discussed on See Something Say Something

See Something Say Something

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"gye" Discussed on See Something Say Something

"Key is not the first thing that i have seen appropriated from dc culture there's golden milk which is like what we would call holy dude gye which has now become chai tea la and now key which is people are trying to turn into g butter and i have a theory about why all these things have become popular indian culture is always seen as very vibrant and colorful and each of these things are things that basically already exists in american culture t exists in american culture butter exists in american culture but because it has this ancient connection to an exotic and colorful country that is spiritually in tune with itself the food becomes more spiritual and more exciting than what people are already consuming so what do you guys make of the discussions around the cultural procreation of key like having experienced now several different types of what's on the market it was only a matter of time surprise and it just it's just it just makes me angry i think the thing that's annoying as like when something is appropriate and yeah like the costs go up and it makes it an accessible but also when it's appropriate in its done so poorly that you have this weird product that becomes the mainstream that is really rooted in nothing aside from some like small business that decided that they wanted to capitalize on this somehow i've been thinking about this a lot over the past few weeks food is tricky when it comes to cultural preparation because food is something that you naturally wanna share slot like a bendy where there's a whole cultural system that you cannot adopt but that's not the case with food which by its nature is shared and changes with exposure to other cultures so in the case of something like he there's a continuum of different types of products that you can get there's imported ki ki that comes from india bangladesh pakistan and is sold in stores here there's local ethnic stores in immigrant enclaves making their own key and selling it there's even people like me who might take their parents recipe and decide to bottle it and sell it and share that part of their culture with people and at the end there's key that's made by non they see people for non daisy audiences and that's what we'll be focusing on this episode when i see g butter sold at twice the price of its ethnic store equivalent i have to ask is this sharing or is the stealing yeah and that's the other thing when you talk about money and the cost of things i'm money's one of the cost but going back to what you were saying about how it presents us and certain communities in certain light oh ancient wisdom pure was jim which then contributes to like against your of people that's another cost so i think when you are looking at food from a certain community or that's like belongs or comes from a certain culture or practice what you should really be asking yourself is if i'm taking this and using it what is it costing that community and how much am i benefiting and how think probe like those are great question and i yeah and i think conversations about food appropriation neat to center these questions which is why when people are like oh but we all take hamburgers and we all eat like white people food but like what is it costing that community like other question is what version of the community is being sold to you right like is it a exotic sized other is it a more pure or natural version of food and you know like people i think have an image of india that it's pastoral and that it's like vibrant it's fiber and his colorful and his village but it's highly industrialized eilly industrialized society and so is boxing yeah it's no one thing but you simplify those those ideas and you package them and then somebody takes that food and his all like oh i'm so ethnic like i'm so you know open minded clearing my chock rose but you know i remember when someone was like so taken with my tiffen that i bring to work every day and i'm sorry i i love i did do a gift to my parents or their wedding like it's yeah it's like it's engraved it's like a it's their wedding lunchbox that i i think think every day anyway yeah and like it was clear that they were kind of like charmed by in.

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"gye" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"gye" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Call the yoga yoga giant means hail or praise or victory and it's a great three letter word that you see oh beautiful for branding right it's good so i had this whole vision and my home is called gye john house and it was and then we were doing these retreats and then i was doing giant virement so i was designing people spaces and we had a community that would come and sing cureton rtp's called jibe so we had the whole thing we had the whole thing and it was good it was really good and in like a good idea and a good good intention and yet in order to really be the way showers that we were meant to be we were to immature there was too much personal ambition in there and i always refer to derek zoolander is like we wanna make a school for kids who can't read good but the problem is we hadn't really gone through the alchemy we hadn't really gotten real we were still wanting it for a different reason we weren't totally empty we weren't really totally empty because there were still some wounds or some image or some things that we were trying to achieve for that reason and so we had a beautiful sacred wedding on our land it was magnificent one of the most beautiful days of my life so gorgeous we had boban dazs doing of vague fire ceremony we had gospel singers we had channellers we had african wedding singers my boys were adorable and walk me down the aisle and we were on our land and it was truly just a joyous joyous day and on that day we we activated the initiation that would lead us through the fall and allow us to rise up so many of us in this room are being faced with challenges we have very serious things that are going on in life i don't know all the details but i just know because we have a collective group of around fifty people so within that there's gonna be a whole sort of array of things and so what we can offer you is that you can't get away from life's challenges you can't you can't avoid whatever your life plan is for you but what you can do is you can shift the lens and you can meet it in a different way so again we have all heard people say it's not what happens to you but who do you become in the face of what happens to you and mostly every time that something's happening to us we can't imagine that are higher soul would have chosen this for us we're just kind of like what the fuck are you kidding me like this is not what i want what like how is this happening right but if you shift the way you come to it and you view it as a spiritual test or an initiation and you refined your emotional reaction to it your judgment your labels of what you attached to it you will find that you can transform it and i'm here to tell you that the energy today is a lot faster than it was ten years ago when rich and i went through this so i'm not saying that it's going to take you guys ten years to get through your alchemy or at least a portion of your alchemy because this goes on forever for eternity so you're never done but i will say that if you're willing and if you're open to developing a deeper love of yourself and taking this perspective choosing a spiritual perspective you have immense energy here to support you in this transformation and it could be very fast you could get through quickly so let me give you just one physical example of what this would look like in a daily basis so we had our cars repossessed we had one car repossessed and then after that the second car repossessed and again it was like my fourth volvo an i contacted volvo i'm like hey guys i'm the volvo customer i've been with you for four volvos i can't make this payment can you reduce it and they were like fuck off.

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"gye" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"gye" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"Yeah let's see so i've always been a person that believed that all of our answers for our life fulfillment exists within our own hearts and i've always been an natural entrepreneurs since i was little and you know had a i had a fashion company was a fashion manufacturer and when i met rich he was newly sober and struggling with you know reconciling his recovery also working in a profession that he actually hated it when he was a lawyer is very smart he went to stanford and cornell and he was very very intelligent but the profession was countered to the design of his heart and so he was giving the universe mixed messages like yes i want you know i don't like please give me a logjam now i hate you so he wasn't consciously doing that but that's really the energy so the law career was never really happening it was wasn't really working for him it was a big struggle all the time and when we met and got together you know he we got together and i'm this crazy wild free hippie gone ma yoga i'm like right i'm like live your dreams like this is your life like let's you know let's create something and so in those early days i had a vision i had a website in a company called john lifestyle it was a lifestyle and i was doing interior design and then i also had a community that was called tribe and we were doing cureton in rtp and you know having events in spiritual workshops and and what else did i have oh and then i was doing the retreats job so and the reason i picked jiwa gye as an expression of victory or hail or praise and i love the three letters and it's such a great brand you know it's such a great marketing you know name but what was the purpose of our life we wanted to live a victorious life and a victorious life means that you fulfilled your divine.

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"gye" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"gye" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

"Input getting to with the receivers fans san piquet sion's obviously core which climent come up the eagles is still a good here little pick and with then you l have alzaanun jaffrey i like just definitely they're young there receiver are two other running backs they with got blunt you on the gotta and side be a able j to gye have holland's some guys having so that's be he's gonna going good to be be picks guy surprised if think you looking i or at i would the second maybe look for running somebody in back like goes the maybe later down in rounds a becomes third if or for a fourth looking number round for two or third number receiver three or reflect sky or i mean number one receiver defending on so that that he you got guys my thinking gotta about think those about guys your by out weeks there via so you're trying y there's to defer diversify like an always just those tell by you oh weeks just pick so abp just if pick you wanna think about think about like that despic mar a martinez brian i mean i also you throw the same team but this jaji just picked the steelers offense i just told you to do that but that's not interesting i mean that's pretty that's pretty self expanding the tory right there are pick lavies on pick a tunnel brown that's we should do no you need to have a some diversification in your tea on lineup near have a few receivers who are maybe not be the number one receive runner team but my have a hot day whether they're going to have the catch like nine balls and getting the in zone because the receiving now these days with these quarterbacks are so good they're able to find everybody who've rizovan they're gonna find somebody in they're going to your earner see a guy like exotic homes getting the in zone a few tiff renowned times this year and as all about finding those points everywhere you can.

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