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Fresh update on "gale" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:03 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gale" discussed on Morning Edition

"On WNYC on Michael hill early voting has begun in this fall's general election in both New Jersey and New York City Here in the city turnout began light even as the candidates hit the stump trying to drum up energy and enthusiasm from voters and even though we're just one week out from the end of this election season candidates with aspirations for next year are already out making the rounds Joining me now with what you need to know is WNYC's senior political correspondent Bridget Bergen bridge Good morning Hey Michael Let's start with early voting here in the city When we say the turnout was light what kind of numbers are we talking about here So this weekend we saw more than 31,000 people come out by comparison last fall for the presidential election about a 193,000 voters turned out on the first weekend of early voting And in June for the primary when only registered Democrats and Republicans were eligible to vote and we had that really competitive mayoral primary with our first test of rank choice voting we still saw about a thousand more people in that first weekend of early voting So basically not great turnout but it's not uncommon for there to be a big drop off between presidential and municipal elections It's a slightly worrying sign that more voters aren't feeling engaged but it's also early We still have 7 full days of early voting left plus election day November 2nd so hopefully we'll see those numbers rise as voters start to hear candidates closing arguments I wonder if voters who think that this is a foregone conclusion of some kind but speaking of closing arguments the candidates are out across the city making their pitches now What's their focus in this home stretch So I was keeping tabs on several events on Sunday Republican Curtis Sliwa the mayoral candidate was in bay ridge Brooklyn He spoke to a relatively small crowd about 30 people at a knights of Columbus hall and he was there for close to an hour He spoke to questions He was really trying to tie Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams the democratic nominee to mayor de Blasio who's a pretty unpopular figure in that part of Brooklyn and frame Adams as the elite After the event volunteers were going to go knock on doors for sleeve and I asked him what he planned to do in this final week on the trail and he said as his social media posts show he is all over the place and he will be again this week You see that I'm everywhere Big big ricochet rabbit More of the same Because I believe I can get residents of the inner city to vote for me as I've said over and over again I can go into neighborhoods where the only Republican they've ever seen is Abraham Lincoln on a fight and get respect No sleeve was supposed to head to another event on the NASA queen's border but he told me it was canceled by the organizers What about Eric Adams What do we know about his strategy in these final days So it's a pretty stark contrast Michael Adams is also focused on building some enthusiasm but he's doing it surrounded by a lot more people On Saturday the first day of early voting he held a get out the vote rally in Chinatown Then yesterday he attended a huge event with democratic supporters on the upper west side It was actually organized on behalf of Gale brewer the Manhattan borough president who is expected to win back her old city council seat It was a real who's who of democratic elected officials past present future governor Cathy hoka senator Schumer attorney general tish James all people who will be running next year for some office and Adams is actually introduced by Ruth messenger another legendary figure in New York City democratic politics formal council member Manhattan president mayoral candidate against Giuliani this is going to give you a little flavor of what that event was like The.

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Fresh update on "gale" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:14 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gale" discussed on Morning Edition

"Joining us by Skype hybrid Hey Michael Let's start with early voting here in the city When we say the turnout was light what kind of numbers are we talking about here So this weekend we saw more than 31,000 people come out by comparison last fall for the presidential election about a 193,000 voters turned out on the first weekend of early voting And in June for the primary when only registered Democrats and Republicans were eligible to vote and we had that really competitive mayoral primary with our first test of rank choice voting We still saw about a thousand more people in that first weekend of early voting So basically not great turnout but it's not uncommon for there to be a big drop off between presidential and municipal elections It's a slightly worrying sign that more voters aren't feeling engaged But it's also early We still have 7 full days of early voting left plus election day November 2nd So hopefully we'll see those numbers rise as voters start to hear candidates closing arguments I wonder if voters who think that this is a foregone conclusion of some kind but speaking of closing arguments the candidates are out across the city making their pitches now What's their focus in this home stretch So I was keeping tabs on several events on Sunday Republican Curtis Sliwa the mayoral candidate was in bay ridge Brooklyn He spoke to a relatively small crowd about 30 people at a knights of Columbus hall And he was there for close to an hour He spoke to questions He was really trying to tie Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams The democratic nominee to mayor de Blasio who's a pretty unpopular figure in that part of Brooklyn and frame Adams as the elite After the event volunteers were going to go knock on doors for sliwa And I asked him what he planned to do in this final week on the trail And he said as his social media posts show he is all over the place and he will be again this week You see that I'm everywhere Like big big big ricochet rabbit More of the same Because I believe I can get residents of the inner city to vote for me as I've said over and over again I can go into neighborhoods where the only Republican they've ever seen is Abraham Lincoln on a fight and get respect Now sleeve was supposed to head to another event on the NASA queens border but excuse me you told me it was canceled by the organizers What about Eric Adams What do we know about his strategy in these final days So it's a pretty stark contrast Michael Adams is also focused on building some enthusiasm but he's doing it surrounded by a lot more people On Saturday the first day of early voting he held a get out the vote rally in Chinatown Then yesterday he attended a huge event with democratic supporters on the upper west side It was actually organized on behalf of Gale brewer the Manhattan president who is expected to win back her old city council seat It was a real who's who of democratic elected officials past present future governor Kathy hokus senator Schumer attorney general tish James all people who will be running next year for some office And Adams is actually introduced by Ruth messenger another legendary figure in New York City democratic politics formal council member Manhattan bro president mayoral candidate against Giuliani This is going to give you a little flavor of what that event was like.

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Fresh update on "gale" discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

06:08 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gale" discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"So Yeah the murders start up again. It's up to sheriff dewey to deal with it and there's all these kids being connected to the web and obsessed with the seven stab movies so in scream see that they're making stab three. So at that point they were already made stabbed two which is based on the events of scream to presumably and then have begun making up their own shit. Yeah so much that at one point parker posey tells us i'm the killer. You can't kill me. I'm i'm the killer. Gail was going to be the killer in stab three. We don't know in universe though what became of that production. Wait no because. I thought she was freaked out or their different versions of this. They're different vert. Yes she was going to be killed. Yes yes but apparently in the final version. She's the killer. Okay remember that but the entire cast of that move gets killed off but apparently in this world they started over and then made for movies or they will they will the first three were based on reality and so the four new movies could have been completely new characters but there were the they already appear to be making shit up in the third so i don't know well i guess so they would have had to cancel the third and then they could have rebooted it as based on the events three whereas they could not have the original stabbed to could not have been finished because that whole cast was killed and its director right and as the producer get killed also or does he just get beat up. I don't remember. I don't know if anything happens to him. He's tied up in the. Yeah i kind of lost the thread on him. Anyway for the tab movies are just made up but now the kids have established on every year for the third. That's gonna be the third year running where they're gonna watch seven movies in one night. Okay yeah now. That didn't that upset what there's a real movie theater that has a but mathon that's like twenty four hours but it's a real movie. Theater is not a barn somewhere right. yeah turns out. The joe has grown up jealous of sydney's fame and she's going she's she's going to yes. Jail is sydney's cousin and she's going to make herself famous also she wants. She apparently wants to be rich and famous without putting in any effort although she knows she does end up putting in a lot of effort. It's kind of like these. These thieves who have to put in so much work that they'd be better off just getting a regular job right. Yeah yeah just you're creative. You're resourceful just frigging. Yeah feel like her motive was one of the least compelling you know not a great motive. It's like mickey's motive in. Yeah you know. It doesn't really come from a place of real pain or loss or need for revenge because sitting it anything that her she just famous and everybody else wanted to revenge the other three movies they wanted. Revenge yeah and this one. It's just straight up envy. yeah. I don't like no. Revenge is a pretty strong one. yeah but Just envy is is not numb. But i would say. This is kind of the beginning of emma roberts horror career because she goes on to do quite a bit in well. She's in several seasons of american. Horror story ran then. She's in two seasons of scream. Queens oh right. was this before after. Nancy drew this was after. Nancy drew which has like a ghost in it. But it's not a horror story. But i don't think any anything before that that looks like it's a horror story and most of our movies after it our our stories except for the hunt which kind of pulls a scream. I don't know if you've seen the hunt. It does a scream in that it kills a lot of people early on that you expect to less that recent with Yes so that game. Basically yeah yes so they kill a bunch of big name people off early. You keep thinking you're being the protagonist and it turns out you're not yes but i enjoyed it. I didn't love it. It was okay. Yeah yeah this movie gets a little meta and next kids are talking about on the next. They'll have to film the killer will have to film their kills and put them up on. The internet is all about internet. Yeah and also by gail trying to recapture her. Cas sydney's got a bestselling book and gail can't get started on hers. Yeah and so. She's almost glad when the killing start. Yeah yeah she's like. Yeah this is i. i loved her line about. Have you ever heard the phrase. I wrote the book on this again. You know the best part of this for me was also again gale. And dewey's relationship and to see them you know. It makes sense that they'd be struggling. They all even when he proposed in the third one is like you know what work i know won't cry to give it a try but then you know by the end you know. They're going to stick together because he's like he wants when he feels like he might lose her than he fights like hell to savor. You know he's good together. I feel.

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"gale" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

01:40 min | Last week

"gale" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"These nationally growing like the garden of eden wasn't necessarily just or whatever the real was wasn't really a wasn't necessarily wild but it wasn't it didn't you didn't really have to produce off the sweat of your brow that you that they would kind of follow the hurting patterns of animals. Maybe maybe move a path here and they're kinda pull the weeds away from some berries so that it really was kind of a low effort thing but and it wasn't like stuff that died and was harvested every single year and just every year a starting over so that i think i feel like what you're doing to the extent it's similar to that is a kind of Jives with our nature our supposed to live. Yes yeah and. I wonder also about how that how you think of this from a nutritional point of view so giving the idea of the guard of. Let's right into the foundation of everything. There's one thing stronger than all of the armies of the world and that is an idea whose time has come now. That idea was china's come implies that the idea is maybe in ancient idea or it's at least already out there right well. Everybody who's heard of this idea of the garden of eden can describe it in glorious detail in their own minds right. And what is the garden of eden. What does it look like. What does it smell. What do you see around you. Its abundance right abundance. Everywhere.

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Representative Adam Schiff Speaks About 9/11

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

01:57 min | Last month

Representative Adam Schiff Speaks About 9/11

"The morning of september eleventh. Where we're gale and where were you. I heard that a plane had struck the world trade center. At that point. I was renting an apartment a few blocks away from the capital and i was preparing to walk to the capital When the first plane struck. And i couldn't figure out what i was seeing didn't understand what i was seeing. You know could've plane bring down a whole building and so i was still processing. What was going on. When i left my apartment. Go to the capital to find out what was happening. What our response was going to be. When one of the aircraft hit the pentagon and i heard a boom which i later learned was a secondary explosion in the fuel exploded and there were people streaming through the streets away from the capitol. I was trying to get to the capital to find out where it was congress going to convene. I wanted to make sure that my staff were okay and out of the building. We didn't know that there was still another aircraft that was on its way to the capital and it was just chaos and i remember stopping a policeman and asking. Where's the congress to convene and being told that we were going to meet at the police department which turned out not to be true and then trying to get through to my wife on my phone to let her know. I was okay and we. We finally did connect as i was standing in the street. And let her know where i was and what was going on and that was okay and just remember the the anxiety and her voice. The next i think a couple of hours were spent trying to figure out. Where are we going to convene. And then one of the more memorable parts of that day was when after we did convene a going out to the capitol steps and singing. God bless america together

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The 1960s Pirates: The Fight to Keep Pop Music Alive

HISTORY This Week

02:07 min | 2 months ago

The 1960s Pirates: The Fight to Keep Pop Music Alive

"Gale-force winds off the coast of england choppy waves phone blowing and streaks across the water and a small group of pirate ships that have been fighting to stay afloat and are about to lose radio london present their one hour these are pirates of a particular kind less sword fighting and treasure hunting more spinning records and dancing late into the night for the past few years a handful of votes have made it their mission to broadcast popular music from international waters. Because the bbc won't play much pop. And this is the sixties. The people wanna hear it you. This was always just barely legal and now the government has put its foot down tonight at the stroke of midnight. These pirate radio deejays will become criminals. Several boats have already given up and today the last possible day. The first to stop broadcasting is radio london. Time is three of talk radio. London is now closing down. The next to drop is radio. Two seven oh so named for the frequency that at amazon in their final hours. They have a rough go of it. The bad weather prevents most of the. Dj's for making it out to the boat so they have to record their farewell messages from the shore. Helicopter pilot agrees to drop a package of tapes on board the ship. So the dj's who are on board can play them but he misses and the tapes plunge into the water plus two seven has some technical difficulties after jellyfish get sucked in with the water. That's supposed to cool the generators but their final broadcast is poignant nonetheless role we have exactly exactly sixty seconds left. So i haven't said migrant boys yes well. You already know my sentiments. I'm gonna miss you one hell of a lot right before midnight. Real truth is now closing down.

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Gayle King on Knowing Your Worth

Skimm'd from The Couch

02:13 min | 2 months ago

Gayle King on Knowing Your Worth

"Gail welcome to the show. All right currently danielle. You guys how're you. Oh it's been a hectic morning all good before we start talking about work and your career. We like to start up these interviews with our quick lightning brown to get warmed up. Quick questions quick answers. You're ready go stay ready ready carly. Let's do it okay. First job on your resume. Fosters brees is a hamburger stand. And i worked behind the counter to hamburger stand in high. Make good hamburger. I don't say i'd make a good hamburger. But i was really good at taking the orders and putting them in the bags. Okay while next question was actually going to be. Do you have a secret hobby or skill. Now you could say it's putting a hamburger into a bad but is there another one. I'm looking for a hobby. I don't actually have a hobby. I don't i don't either. I aspire to have a hobby other than sleep and my skill is. I think i'm a very good eater whether it's fine dining whether it's a dive place. I think i'm a very good eater. That's a great skill to have. I think so too. I'm very proud of that too. I once went on a date guys in a guy said to me. I've never seen a woman order this month did. Did he have a second date. Yeah no absolutely. Do you speak any other languages. Piglet what best describes your work day working nine till blink. It is working nine till blank is good. It is working nine to five. Plus five i would say. Are you an inbox zero person. This is such a great question because the other day i looked at it guys i know i keep saying i'm going to get zero. I've never gotten to zero and it has like two thousand emails cash. Yeah what is the hardest interview. You've done. I would say frank zappa from years ago. It's a one that threw me. Because i asked him you know. His children are named diesel and moon unit. You that and so. I thought it was a very fair question to as you know. Diesel and moon unit. Those are very unusual names as their history there or is there meaning. He goes no their names like gale. Do you have any other questions

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"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

03:31 min | 4 months ago

"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony tiller parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that you you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. Only when you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes. Where the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion bob. Gale produced all three back to the future movies. He now has a new book. Which takes a deep dive into the famous delorean in the trilogy. My my co author and illustrator. A joe walser. There could have been no book like this. Without joe and joe was the guy that led the restoration team that did the Respiration of the ritual. Hey car the laurean. Which is on display in los angeles at the petersen automotive museum absolutely been restored with it. It truly is a museum quality restoration. Joe is a guy that knows more about the deloitte time machine probably than anybody around because he meticulously disassembled and reassembled and renovated and fixed and did all this stuff with his team of course and so all the audio straight in the book that are showing all the all the delorean details Those are credited to joe. I wouldn't know how to do any of that stuff myself but wait. There is more than just technical details but also journals of one doctor. Emmett brown real tech oriented. You're gonna find a lot a lot to enjoy in this book because the book starts op with the. We're we're picking up. Doc brown's journals what happened to him after after world war two from from nineteen forty six on and then after the events of the first movie We pick up with what can happen. When doc i arrived in twenty fifteen and how did he find out about How messed up. Mortgage kids were And what did he do about that. How did he finance everything. I in the future And then after we cover the back to the future part. Two delorean version We cover in his journals. What happened doc. When he got hit by lightning hands got sent back to January i eighteen eighty five and what took place in those nine months so for people that want. I had the holes filled in of what happened in between the movies prior to the first movie in between one and two to three We're we got. We got you covered here and they do cover it. Look for the delorean time machine. Dot brown's ownership manual. Wherever you get your books great for fans of this monumental trilogy for bite. This is tony tomato..

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Finding the Last Ship Known to Have Brought Enslaved Africans to America

60 Minutes

02:02 min | 4 months ago

Finding the Last Ship Known to Have Brought Enslaved Africans to America

"Three years ago sunken ship was found. In the bottom of an alabama river turned out to be the long lost wreck. The clue tilda the last ship known to abroad. Captured africans to america in eighteen sixty. At least twelve million africans were shipped to the americas in the more than three hundred and fifty years the transatlantic slave trade but as we first reported in november the journey of the hundred ten captive men women and children brought to alabama on. The clotilde is one of the best documented slave voyages in history. The names of those enslaved africans and their story has been passed down through the generations by their descendants. Some of whom still live just a few miles from where the ship was found in a community called africa town for one hundred sixty years. This muddy stretch. The mobile river has covered up crime in july eighteen sixty. The clotilde was towed here on of darkness imprisoned in. Its cramped cargo. Hold one hundred and ten enslaved africans as it's amazing myself ban on his show to the ways and award is just not knowing where you were going joycelyn davis lorna gale woods and thomas griffin are direct descendants of this african man. Lua enslaved in alabama. His owner changed his name to charlie lewis. This image is from around nineteen hundred poli allen. Who's african name was ca- poli seen in this hundred year. Old sketch was the ancestor of jeremy. Ellis and darren patterson no close eating where they differentiated only allowed avocado whole for one day a week for two months. How many people do do we know. Now that could've survived something like that without losing their mind there or no photographs of pat. Frazier's great-great-grandmother laudi denison but capriccio wallis in her mother. Cassandra have a surprising number of pictures of their ancestor zula. Whose owner called him cut. Joe louis

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Biden Administration Resumes White House Council on Native American Affairs

Native America Calling

01:39 min | 6 months ago

Biden Administration Resumes White House Council on Native American Affairs

"The biden administration announced thursday. It will restore the white house counsel on native american affairs. The mountain west news bureau savannah mar has more at a meeting with tribal leaders. Earlier this month secretary of the interior dub holland promised a new era of nation to nation relations between the federal government and tribes to do that right. We must engage tribal nations with an all of agency approach. The revival of the white house counsel on native american is a step in that direction. It will bring together leaders from across the federal government to coordinate services policies related to tribes with input from tribal leaders themselves. Gabe aguilera is president of the mescalero. Apache tribe. He calls this. The latest of many early indicators that the biden administration takes its trust responsibility to tribes seriously. Our voice is going to be respected. And we're going to have input on issues that's gonna help country or improve native country or could hurt any country council was first launched under former president obama but went dark for most of the trump years. Gale small is with the university of montana's american indian government policy institute and a former northern cheyenne councilwoman. She says that hampered pandemic response in indian country at critically important that discounts along native american affairs really steps up their efforts to assist us in further responding to the pandemic but also rebuilding. You know economic recovery house. Joe kerr on indian reservation to council will convene next friday with secretary holland serving as chair for national native news. I'm savannah

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Biden pushing for a major expansion of offshore wind energy

All Things Considered

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Biden pushing for a major expansion of offshore wind energy

"Expansion of offshore wind energy that could bring thousands of wind turbines to the east and West Coast. NPR's Jeff Brady reports the U. S. Is trying to catch up with Europe, which already has many more offshore wind farms. The White House set a goal of 30 gigawatts of offshore wind power by 2030 enough to power more than 10 million U. S homes Right now only one wind project is operating in the North East. Still, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm says such a quick increase is possible. It is gonna be a full force gale of good paying union jobs that lifts people up. The administration says the plan will support about 32,000 construction related jobs through 2030 agency heads say their departments will work more closely together to speed environmental reviews, and the Energy Department is making $3 billion in loans available to the offshore wind industry. Jeff Brady.

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Parents rally in Boston to denounce lack of input in school reopening plan

WBZ Morning News

01:09 min | 7 months ago

Parents rally in Boston to denounce lack of input in school reopening plan

"Black indigenous people of Color Parent coalition holding a rally yesterday at the State House. Demanding that they be included in decisions about reopening schools as deputy busy Suzanne Sauce will reports they want all options, including hybrid learning to remain on the table. Governor Baker sighted inequities and communities of color as a reason to reopen schools for full time in person learning. But LaToya Gale, who who has has three three kids kids in in Boston, Boston, schools, schools, says says when when parents parents of of color color aren't aren't given given a a seat seat at at the the decision decision making making table. table. That That reason reason is is disingenuous disingenuous when when they're they're using using us us as an excuse. So why they have to go back because there's gaps in our community and you don't give us a seat at the table that you don't know what we need. You don't know when we needed. You don't know how we need it because you didn't talk to us because systemically you have disrespected us and they're continuing to do it. And City Councilor Julian Mahia says it's not unusual for state government to make decisions for us about us without us young people are sitting in classrooms right now feeling this regarded and disrespecting. Because that is what they have been accustomed to. One young boy held up a sign that read simply, You didn't ask us

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"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:40 min | 7 months ago

"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"That was totally cool. And of course we've got back to the future. The musical yet are which is going to reopen in london's west end over the summer looks like now know i've been involved with that every step of the way and i gotta tell ya for. Everybody wants more back to the future. Were never gonna do back to beach before floor because we're gonna leave well enough alone. This is our way of giving our fans more back to the future in in this different medium and and it's gonna make everybody really really happy. It's a fabulous pronounced. Oh that's nice to hear that that's great london's a good place to open to about well. Our fans are fans over in. England are or absolute diehard fans. They they've they've seen it in manchester where we had a five week. Run before. Covid closed down and everybody's just itching to get this production backup running ablaze face. This is a worldwide phenomenon. This it that's like not a place on earth you can go and be less if they have a tv or they've had movie screens. They know exactly what this movie is. I think you're right about that attorney. Oh it's a great book and you know. It's the delorean. Doc brown's handbook and it just and stuff about having filling in these blanks. brilliant idea. I thought that was a really brilliant idea. And it's a much for every back to the future fan and And yeah if you wanna go ahead and watch the movie trilogy again. Got it's available on so many formats have renew if you have a four k system. I got to tell you. The four k transfer is absolutely incredible. Detail that you've never seen before The new blu. Ray lewis were made from the that same transfer so little bit sharper better than than the last the last time around. So you know we we always you know i'm i'm a movie fan myself I understand the fan mentality I always want to give our fans a little something more every time so they don't feel like we're milking for everything that we can get not not what i'm about so this. This book is is fabulous. My name is on it so it has a seal of approval and all of you. I'll be upset that have have followed me over the years know that i'm not going to give you bum skier horrible. A bit nintendo cartridge came out back in back in the day. I was in charge. Saying don't buy this..

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"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:22 min | 7 months ago

"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Futuristic futuristic part when marty goes into the future and with the hover board and that whole sequence into town square brilliantly dine and it's funny and boy what a prediction that the cubs would win the world series. And they did. You guys missed it by only a year. I can't have you know we we. We we attribute that to not accounting for the baseball strike. You go. that's exactly it exactly. Well wow that was so while yeah. That was cool. And and then the third one i thought was a lovely love. Letter to doc brown what he meant to the trilogy the fact that it was centered on him. I thought it was a good move with him too. I love western's and was that shot. I mean did you guys build a town or you'd build the town while the town is Is up in sonora county. California the train. We've we. We went up there because the steam train is Is in an area called jamestown california right near there And they've used that train in a good gillian wet. 'cause it's only. It's the only fully operating full-sized steam locomotive rockies and the train station was was there that was built for the clint eastwood movie. Pale rider we drafted up a little differently. But but that was there but that was sort of the that was sort of the anchor for where we were going to build the town in a we built the town. They the landowner. Let us use the area for free With the caveat that we'd leave the we'd leave the town standing so that they could rent it out to other productions and we said as long as you let us take down the courthouse which was of course under construction. That's okay with us so we got a good deal. There and irony of ironies. Uh some years later there was a lightning storm that hit that hit that area and the whole place burned down all. Well oh wow that's wild. That is a strange coincidence. Five being involved all those years ago. And how do you look back on the movie. And and especially all the ad. Elation at that movie has got well. look it's every it's every filmmaker's dream To create something that has the lasting impact that that these movies have had So at least once a week and sometimes once a day. I pinch myself because you know i'm signed up google alerts one of them's back with future right. It's used in any connotation at all you know it's like saying you know the villa ohio. Football team is going back to the future. Where by bringing back this coach. You know they use it all kinds of ways so it's so part of the lexicon of course i have to mention you know avengers end. Yeah i know. It's great when i go home man. Look at this back. There was great..

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"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:42 min | 7 months ago

"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Let's do there what let's break these into two movies and sell it to the studio as back to be two and three and a studio that we were crazy and they just wanted par to but then the economics ahead our production manager do a do a budget to show that it was a better deal to make two movies at a total cost of seventy million dollars to make one movie at across fifty million dollars and they lose money always talks rag so yeah economics of that convinced convinced universal that this was a smart way to go. I would love to take credit for for thinking that on my own. But i always give credit to hell. Exander nelia solved kind. Who did the three musketeers informs. Get yours back to back in the nineteen seventies how superman one and two were Were conceived to be done that way but they did run out of money and they only did superman one with a bunch of a bunch of footage for superman to that. Didn't get incorporated toll The first one turned into a big. I think the second film was one of the most original sequels following hit. You could ever have by going back into the first film and trying to avoid yourself. A mardian was brilliant and it was just so beautifully orchestrated. There is one question. I gotta ask just one. Well i mean it. Basically this thing has been nagging. I mean i totally got the the premise. And everything. And i loved it. I thought it was so original. But as far as it was a matter of going back and re shooting some of the footage of them in nineteen fifty five or just carefully editing the The footage of from the original film into this felt it was both. Yeah yeah we shot. We certainly shot. You know obviously this stuff. When when michael j. fox's up on the catwalk look down good. We had to redo that. We couldn't just figure out a way to put the put the footage in there but there are some shots from some shots from the original movie or that are in there and then of course shooting the same thing from a different angle. We had to. We had to redo it so we went back to all those same exact locations. I am now. We also the gymnasium which is actually at a methodist church or of of Franklin in in highland boulevard in in hollywood. That's where we shot the jonah dec- dance but the actual location did not have enough room to put that catwalk up in the top so we recreated at university well so it was. It was weird really still remember shooting these sequences where we recruited stuff from part one and thinking. My god you know we. We've gone back in time and particularly the gymnasium stuff on stage twelve when we thought we walk outside and find ourselves at the methodist church and we were actually there on stage twelve reverse as wild..

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"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:54 min | 7 months ago

"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Oh yeah some of them are reproduced inside as great. I do want to mention that andy. Pro went onto work on star trek. The motion picture and robin cobb did some of the early designs for the movie alien so two very good people End chiffon aged Had a lot to do with the knight rider car. Oh there you go another iconic Another iconic are also universal. And i've seen that. I've seen the original kit car in at universal as well. That was pretty cool. So i was. We were talking before hand. And i had a back to the future experience where to universal tour and were on the tram and they take us citizens townsquare and there's a clock and there's all you know like a little sweet shop movie theater and i got this really neat neglects for a movie. That's going to be coming up. It couldn't say anything. And then i'm in the movie theater a few months later and i'm watching back to the future and i turned to my dayton i go. Oh my god i was there. It really flipped me out but that was really cool to to have both experiences. I know that time that count square has been used for a lot of movies. And probably how you you see an gremlins and yeah and it's actually. It's the courthouse. I believe this accord the beginning of inherit the wind. Oh my god yeah. Yeah we put the. We put the clock pederson on your own of movies. You're going to see it in back all the other movies you see it in. It will not have the clock on it because we weren't that to be unique to to back to the future. I recall universals. Courthouse square has wikipedia page on there and they list all all the other appearances that courthouse square has made over the over the history of film. There's more talk so stay tuned back on scifi talk. I'm tony tomato bob as producer. Wh what's it like to put these movies together. I mean there's there's more special effects in the second move especially would like to put this together. I mean what kind of budget did you have in those days. Well the first movie just getting movie off the ground and a challenge and everybody knows the story about how the script had been rejected over forty times before finally got it set up and this was mostly thanks to the fact that ed made romancing the stone and it was a big hit. Everybody wanted to be in business when we had a budget of about fifteen million dollars to make you know not you know a decent budget for nineteen eighty four nine hundred eighty five. Yeah but then. Plus universal overhead twenty five percent on top of that and then we had the casting thing happened where we shot for five and a half weeks with eric stoltz and then decided we had to replace him so that was another former dollars to the budget was absolutely well-spent so them by the time we we're gonna make the second one and then the second one became two and three Universal wasn't so much worried about the budget. They were there. They're always worried about money but at least they weren't worried that people were gonna show up at the theater on opening dad ryan ryan from the producers decision that then i came up with when we had so much material for a second movie. I said to bob's macas. Look we got enough material to move ins. Let's.

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"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

02:52 min | 7 months ago

"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"All kinds of places that production designers and guys in business know about and he would find stuff and say okay. Well this would be cool and kevin was thinking about. Okay these flux bands are we gonna do those who knows out but there were never any real true blueprints. It was sorta like okay. Let's put look at these things here. There he's hockey puck deals which are called the the. Pac's now we. We've named everything while everybody now has common nomenclature. How wouldn't it be neat to put these on there and let's. Let's throw some wires here in connect them all together and you know these kind of green football shaped tube deals. Let's let's stick those on here and they're you know they're they're freon controllers or i forget exactly what they are and i don't have the book sitting in front of me but you can find out what all these things are now. What exactly they do. Now I will caution that thinks that. They're going to be able to use his book to build themselves. Time itchy doc ground has been very careful and judicious in explaining or not explaining what things are us. There are certain areas that are redacted in the book to make sure that the actual true science of that he discovered a does not fall into the wrong hands. All right doc. Brown smart man is always. That's great oh my god yeah that it just sounds like i mean. Frankly if you're saying to the movies to me. This is a much cab. You gotta get your hands on this and just enjoy this car over and over again. Besides seeing it on the screen and the tactile experiencing holding it in a book to is a cool thing. So that's awesome. Have any of the original cast had a chance to see the book. No oh how is just Say we've just been starting to get the advance copies out here. No they've not they've not seen it. You know the people are most interested in really is not so much the cast but But we need to get a copy of this to mitra shafei because I think he'll i think he'll go nuts when he when he sees this fish on his drawings are in there and simon wells who had a large xining. The time train. Which they're actually. We're blueprints by the way..

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"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:25 min | 7 months ago

"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Brown's journals what happened to him After after world war two from from nineteen forty six on and then after the events of the first movie we pick up with. What happened. When doc i arrived in twenty fifteen. And how did he find out about how messed up. Maurice kids were and what did you about that. How did he finance everything. I in the future And then after we cover the back to the future part two delorean version we cover in his journals. What happened to doc when he got hit by lightning and got sent back to January i eighteen eighty five and what took place to note nine months so for people that want to have the holes filled in of what happened in between movies prior to the first movie in in between one and two and three we got we got you covered here and then of course my My co author and illustrator. A joe walser. There could have been no book like this. Without joe and joe was the guy that led the restoration team. That did the Restoration of the ritual. Hey car the laurean. Which is on display in los angeles at the petersen automotive museum. It's absolutely been restored with it. Truly is a museum quality restoration. Joe is a guy that knows more about the delorean time machine probably anybody around because he meticulously disassembled and reassembled and renovated and fixed and did all this stuff with his team of course and so all the all the illustrations in the book that are showing all the all the delorean details Those are credited to joe. Did i wouldn't have known how to do any of that stuff myself. Well i'll tell you it's it's awesome. there's excuse me there's also drawings of the flex capacitor which is still flexing. I'm sure it just all these really cool things in there. And i love the way you described how it dovetails movies. So it just enriches that cinematic experience be revisit. That movie is on at least once every weekend on either pay channels her regular television because it's so popular. It's it's just that whole series. It's just amazing. Not only is it just the car. I might add but you have infamous hover board. He's a town we have We have a spread on board where we explain how they work and we also covered the time train at the end of the at the end of the. Yeah that's great. That's awesome as far as i guess. Joe joe and his research was there any plans leftover from the original car at all or were those all gone. Well there were the truth. Is there really. Were never any plans. The we do. Include the the ron cobb blueprints that ron created when he was working for us that were the first step in getting the look of the car right. What we did was okay. We had we had this. This sort of blueprint drawing my ron With refined by a production illustrator and re burton in his illustrations are in the book. Two and we gave all this stuff to to kevin pike into michael zhifei. Mike shafei was really the guy who went out there and figured out. How are we going to make a delorean car. Looked like these drawings so he was a guy to went to these various junkyards and aircraft parts.

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"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

02:56 min | 7 months ago

"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. sometimes you have that experience anyway. People at all they're gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion today tony tomato here and a real pleasure i have man this probably one of my favorite all time. Time traveled truly jays and that is of course back to the future and we have the producer of all three films. Mr bob gale bob. What a pleasure to have you case. I'm happy to be here tony. But i'm just curious. This is one of your favorite time. Travel trilogies are there. Some other ones that i don't know about you know it's a good point. I think you're is i. Don't think the race i it's. It's your favorite benefit by that reckoning. Would also be your least favorite. No not at all at all and we'll talk about the movies a little bit but the reason we're here is for the delorean fans like me. I love that car. it's iconic. I kind of put it up there with the uss enterprise star trek. It's a science fiction icon. It really is. It's turned out to be anybody on tv. Sees that car to go back to the future. I mean do just know it just like you see the enterprise but there's a book it's a dot brown's handbook on the delorean babushka. Great idea for a book to put this together. What was that like to kind of revisit. This amazing car. Well first of all. I need to give credit to Chris sprints the work editor insight. Editions 'cause he was the one that came up with the idea of doing this book inside. It's done a couple of books about fictional vehicles save got one on vehicles of the marvel universe and they've got one or two volume star wars. I think they've got ghostbusters amd book so chris said hey we ought to do back to the future. Delorean handbook and thought okay. That's great because there are so many delorean fanatics out there. But i think that what sets this book apart and makes it go beyond what the original instinct ways is that the different sections of the book are a broken. Up with excerpts from doc. Brown's journals so even if you're not real tech oriented you're gonna find a lack a what to enjoy in this book because the book starts op where we're picking up doc..

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"gale" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

04:13 min | 8 months ago

"gale" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"This his in perspective with bob bronco and peter o'toole hello everybody welcome once again to in perspective. My name is bob branko and this is episode one ninety five before we continue. Let me introduce my good friend and colleague the birthday boy peter out show. Happy birthday peter. Thanks to the birthday. Greetings from missouri. It's actually quite nice weather. We've had a string of warm ish day. Spring is on the way. We hope you send it up here. Possible peter thirty four degrees and that's not right for this time of year. We're like fifty two so we're happy with the weather. We'll be best at it gets there but baseball is not that far away so spring training games are already being played even though some of them are six seven innings. But that's a subject for another. Shell is crazy how they babying baseball players today. Anyhow back by popular demand we have with us on in perspective today. Jonathan gale he was on our program about five or six weeks ago overtake. He is a disability policy specialists and wasn't time during our last episode for him to get into the aspects of housing for low income people end or persons with disabilities. So we invited jonathan back on the program to talk about that. So first of all jonathan. I'll come back. Thank you very much to be here. So we're gonna housing and all of the privileges and policies that go with it. So i'm gonna let you start out peter with any. And then i'll chime in welcome jonathon. Thanks for joining us again. Your first meeting with a session with us was wonderful. And so we look forward to another great thing so talk to us about give us an overview about how housing and people disabilities come together or sometimes do not. i'll give. I'll give you a little bit of overview overall. There are a couple of a couple of things related that come to mind first of all when people think of low income or public housing on the surface they tend to think of simply people who have low income or no income or have other need. They don't generally associate low income housing. The average person. I'm not referring to people on this call. Perhaps but the average person doesn't assume low income housing to necessarily be for a person with disability. When in fact about forty percent of the people across the country who are in some kind of low income housing. And i'll go back to what that means in a minute are people who are identified as some sort of disability. Keep in mind that we say that advocate across the country about twenty percent of people have disability the vast majority of that ninety five percent of that hidden disability. So if you think the twenty percent of the people across the country have some sort of a disability but that forty plus percent of people in public housing or low income affordable housing have disability As we go into the conversation. I think you'll have a sense of why so there are different types of housing first of all there are people who live in disability type complexes that are specifically for designed for people with disability those housing co developments very often will also have support staff within those developments Such as people who need assistance wheelchairs chairs. Pca's other types of navigation. They will provide their own transportation community transportation. There's also regular the standard public housing as most of us know Which is usually low income housing within a community setting whatever town or city you live in through their local housing authority. That's generally general low income housing although they set aside x. number of units for people with disability at least they're supposed to according to the fha federal home loan association. And as you continue..

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"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:31 min | 8 months ago

"gale" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony tiller parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that you you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. Only when you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes. Where the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion bob. Gale produced all three back to the future movies. He now has a new book. Which takes a deep dive into the famous delorean in the trilogy. My my co author and illustrator. A joe walser. There could have been no book like this. Without joe and joe was the guy that led the restoration team that did the Respiration of the ritual. Hey car the laurean. Which is on display in los angeles at the petersen automotive museum absolutely been restored with it. It truly is a museum quality restoration. Joe is a guy that knows more about the deloitte time machine probably than anybody around because he meticulously disassembled and reassembled and renovated and fixed and did all this stuff with his team of course and so all the audio straight in the book that are showing all the all the delorean details Those are credited to joe. I wouldn't know how to do any of that stuff myself but wait. There is more than just technical details but also journals of one doctor. Emmett brown real tech oriented. You're gonna find a lot a lot to enjoy in this book because the book starts op with the. We're we're picking up. Doc brown's journals what happened to him after after world war two from from nineteen forty six on and then after the events of the first movie We pick up with what can happen. When doc i arrived in twenty fifteen and how did he find out about How messed up. Mortgage kids were And what did he do about that. How did he finance everything. I in the future And then after we cover the back to the future part. Two delorean version We cover in his journals. What happened doc. When he got hit by lightning hands got sent back to January i eighteen eighty five and what took place in those nine months so for people that want. I had the holes filled in of what happened in between the movies prior to the first movie in between one and two to three We're we got. We got you covered here and they do cover it. Look for the delorean time machine. Dot brown's ownership manual. Wherever you get your books great for fans of this monumental trilogy for bite. This is tony auto..

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Chelsea Flying High

ESPN FC

01:29 min | 8 months ago

Chelsea Flying High

"In sedition of espn don. Tom shown in the today by craig burley later. On in the show yanan shocked overheads reflect on by munich. Absolutely destroying laczi. Today we start by welcoming frank. Leboeuf an finale moreno to reflect on chelsea's one victory over atletico madrid and libya asia ruins brilliant. Okay vice cocaine proving to be the difference between the two sides prayed overruled chelsea deserve this. Oh absolutely and since tickle has commended as being a possession game and sometimes that has been a little frustrating so we can possession of gale in the final here. The chip to win chipped away at a little narrow during the game. You know particularly in the first half when it was like everyone was trying to through metal where vale mount planning inside trying to get the win bucks forward and it wasn't easy because at one point i said to you look at madrid. Six across the land up so it was no easy and behind but in terms of an away performance in europe or in spain but no way performance for chelsea against the league doesn't laliga always going to be a tough nut to crack and the still we'll be in the second leg. I thought it was a very very good performance. When you consider what many high to do and go nothing nothing bletchley literally nothing early on both fezzan across a bud touched from him but as for the rest of chelsea were extremely professional and are for clinical madrid. Were extremely poor.

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Cold snap, ice, snow expected across much of the U.S.

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Cold snap, ice, snow expected across much of the U.S.

"It's February and it sure gonna feel like it across much of the country if you're in the central third of the U. S. the National Weather Service advises that bitter arctic air you've been feeling is sticking around with wind chill warnings and advisories across Montana and the Dakotas Minnesota Iowa and Wisconsin farther south it's an ice storm affecting regions from central Texas to the Ohio valley the mix of sleet and freezing rain is forecast to end today but you could see damaging accumulations snow is forecast for the mid Atlantic through early Friday up to six inches in the northern part of the region meanwhile a series of Pacific storms are hitting the northwest winter storm blizzard in gale warnings are out and argan and Washington I'm Ben Thomas

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Forced To Retire (MM #3595)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Forced To Retire (MM #3595)

"The with kevin mason. We often hear of stories of professional athletes who were forced to retire early in my world. One of the most famous probably gale sayers only played five or six years for the chicago bears back in a heavily injuries. Baseball players like mark pryor former cubs pitcher only four years in the majors because of injuries but saw story the other day of an athlete. I'm using athlete in quotes here. Who had to retire early at age. Twenty five due to a thumb injury professional video gamer. I saw the story and couldn't believe i was reading. I was reading but it breaks his heart to have to retire because twenty five year old professional video game player. Thomas pop arado and us that he's having to take a step back from his professional call of duty career because of injuries to his thumbs and even though it was short lived in his career he made hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of dollars. I remember back in the day. All those video games we played. I've got video gamers elbow. But i'll be honest with you. I was never a professional. I feel bad for anybody who loses their job. But wow what a world we live in where professional video gamer is actually a career.

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Forced To Retire (MM #3595)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Forced To Retire (MM #3595)

"The with kevin mason. We often hear of stories of professional athletes who were forced to retire early in my world. One of the most famous probably gale sayers only played five or six years for the chicago bears back in a heavily injuries. Baseball players like mark pryor former cubs pitcher only four years in the majors because of injuries but saw story the other day of an athlete. I'm using athlete in quotes here. Who had to retire early at age. Twenty five due to a thumb injury professional video gamer. I saw the story and couldn't believe i was reading. I was reading but it breaks his heart to have to retire because twenty five year old professional video game player. Thomas pop arado and us that he's having to take a step back from his professional call of duty career because of injuries to his thumbs and even though it was short lived in his career he made hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of dollars. I remember back in the day. All those video games we played. I've got video gamers elbow. But i'll be honest with you. I was never a professional. I feel bad for anybody who loses their job. But wow what a world we live in where professional video gamer is actually a career.

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12 Ways to Light a Path to Peace in Any Moment.

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

06:00 min | 10 months ago

12 Ways to Light a Path to Peace in Any Moment.

"In my weekly readings. I came across a new website that ooh got lost in a little bit. it is gail brenner. dot com. that's b. r. e. n. n. e. r. Gail you spell it. Well i guess. I should spell gale g. i l. brenner. Dot com. dr gail brenner is a licensed clinical psychologist with twenty years of experience offering psychotherapy and she digs deep in to the sacred space in us. The tagline on our website is sacred space for awakened living and what that means to me after reading a little bit about her and her writings is that she got very curious about what causes human suffering while a subject to we all are pretty curious about but don't tend to spend a lot of time on researching and she developed ways of looking at things for herself and then went on to get her Degree her doctorate in psychology clinical psychology and now helps others transition journey into that well of wisdom deep within ourselves in her bio she states. I'm a psychologist. Who loves this human life and the freedom that's possible to live it fully so good in one of her blog. Post twelve enlightening ways to find peace. In any moment she starts off by using a quote by gandhi. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance. And i'll slow. Roll the word ignorance. A lot of people get triggered by that. That's one of those words. My dad used to us. It's okay it just means not having the facts having the knowledge so he goes on to say as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounds it. It shines clear. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounded it shines clear. Love that quote. Because it's at the very heart of how i work with people to become aware of your inner world to the extent that you don't let these automatic thoughts rule your behavior your emotions and continue to trigger you being this loop of of action reaction action reaction he c- inner peace is not religious or spiritual choice. It is something we all have access to no matter our belief system. It's right there within you right now not to say that. Religion and spirited journeys buddhism other means of interpreting. Our inner lives aren't valuable but they aren't necessary. You can actually do this by understanding your connection to a greater good. You do have to have this belief in something outside of yourself. As being more powerful you are not the sole person re responsible for this entire world you are responsible for your internal inside peace. Inner peace has little if anything to do with the outside world that's why it's called inner peace you know. It has nothing to do with how people see you. It's how you see and know yourself. It is not influenced by the practice of changing externally physically. It has influenced and achieved if you will inner peace by what you do inside of yourself in your times by yourself with yourself. I like to call it. Well mindedness if you want more contentment. More peace more calm. You gotta get in there and clean out the cobwebs and the dirt. That's been accumulating in my case all of the dust balls for balls for my for babies that internal stuff that you've just been collecting frankly ignoring for so long. We've got to clear that out we've got to make sense of it. We've got to put it in piles decide what to do with it. We need to stop hoarding. Ruminations and resentment you see many of us have little hope because we don't understand our own strength. I'm adamant about this in my practice with my clients. You have strength within you right now that you have long forgotten that's gone and unintended to. We've gotta get in there and put your arms around it figured out. No it no you and how you do that is i. Go back and learn to cultivate ways to be aware in ways to be in

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12 Ways to Light a Path to Peace in Any Moment.

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

05:10 min | 10 months ago

12 Ways to Light a Path to Peace in Any Moment.

"Hi everyone by the time. You will be listening to my voice in this moment. Twenty twenty will be in our rear view mirror class. Hey or so we hope it has been a tough one and you have made it. That's a strength and strength is what we're going to talk about today. Strength in peace and trying to find both through the mucky muck of years like two thousand twenty. How do we make this transition. Where do we go from here. All of these thoughts are percolating amongst us right. Really trying. I did a podcast on hope last week. About really digging in to our inner strength which includes hope and i'm going to go further with that this week and talk about how we find the strength within us when we don't think we have any. And how do we find a pathway to peace within ourselves whatever you are struggling with addiction or depression or god bless america and the whole world. All of us are slightly anxious these days. Whatever it is you have with a new two day means to make it better. We have to dig deep for that. And i'm encouraging you to turn to others in your life and reach out your hand reach out your hand so someone else can help you. It is not this life about helping other people all the time we need to receive it as well so twenty twenty one here. We come in my weekly readings. I came across a new website that ooh got lost in a little bit. it is gail brenner. dot com. that's b. r. e. n. n. e. r. Gail you spell it. Well i guess. I should spell gale g. i l. brenner. Dot com. dr gail brenner is a licensed clinical psychologist with twenty years of experience offering psychotherapy and she digs deep in to the sacred space in us. The tagline on our website is sacred space for awakened living and what that means to me after reading a little bit about her and her writings is that she got very curious about what causes human suffering while a subject to we all are pretty curious about but don't tend to spend a lot of time on researching and she developed ways of looking at things for herself and then went on to get her Degree her doctorate in psychology clinical psychology and now helps others transition journey into that well of wisdom deep within ourselves in her bio she states. I'm a psychologist. Who loves this human life and the freedom that's possible to live it fully so good in one of her blog. Post twelve enlightening ways to find peace. In any moment she starts off by using a quote by gandhi. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance. And i'll slow. Roll the word ignorance. A lot of people get triggered by that. That's one of those words. My dad used to us. It's okay it just means not having the facts having the knowledge so he goes on to say as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounds it. It shines clear. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounded it shines clear. Love that quote. Because it's at the very heart of how i work with people to become aware of your inner world to the extent that you don't let these automatic thoughts rule your behavior your emotions and continue to trigger you being this loop of of action reaction action reaction he c- inner peace is not religious or spiritual choice. It is something we all have access to no matter our belief system.

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12 Ways to Light a Path to Peace in Any Moment.

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

04:55 min | 10 months ago

12 Ways to Light a Path to Peace in Any Moment.

"Hi everyone by the time. You will be listening to my voice in this moment. Twenty twenty will be in our rear view mirror class. Hey or so we hope it has been a tough one and you have made it. That's a strength and strength is what we're going to talk about today. Strength in peace and trying to find both through the mucky muck of years like two thousand twenty. How do we make this transition. Where do we go from here. All of these thoughts are percolating amongst us right. Really trying. I did a podcast on hope last week. About really digging in to our inner strength which includes hope and i'm going to go further with that this week and talk about how we find the strength within us when we don't think we have any. And how do we find a pathway to peace within ourselves whatever you are struggling with addiction or depression or god bless america and the whole world. All of us are slightly anxious these days. Whatever it is you have with a new two day means to make it better. We have to dig deep for that. And i'm encouraging you to turn to others in your life and reach out your hand reach out your hand so someone else can help you. It is not this life about helping other people all the time we need to receive it as well so twenty twenty one here. We come in my weekly readings. I came across a new website that ooh got lost in a little bit. it is gail brenner. dot com. that's b. r. e. n. n. e. r. Gail you spell it. Well i guess. I should spell gale g. i l. brenner. Dot com. dr gail brenner is a licensed clinical psychologist with twenty years of experience offering psychotherapy and she digs deep in to the sacred space in us. The tagline on our website is sacred space for awakened living and what that means to me after reading a little bit about her and her writings is that she got very curious about what causes human suffering while a subject to we all are pretty curious about but don't tend to spend a lot of time on researching and she developed ways of looking at things for herself and then went on to get her Degree her doctorate in psychology clinical psychology and now helps others transition journey into that well of wisdom deep within ourselves in her bio she states. I'm a psychologist. Who loves this human life and the freedom that's possible to live it fully so good in one of her blog. Post twelve enlightening ways to find peace. In any moment she starts off by using a quote by gandhi. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance. And i'll slow. Roll the word ignorance. A lot of people get triggered by that. That's one of those words. My dad used to us. It's okay it just means not having the facts having the knowledge so he goes on to say as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounds it. It shines clear. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounded it shines clear. Love that quote. Because it's at the very heart of how i work with people to become aware of your inner world to the extent that you don't let these automatic thoughts rule your behavior your emotions and continue to trigger you being this loop of of action reaction action

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Winter storm hits New York City, Philadelphia

Charlie Parker

00:18 sec | 11 months ago

Winter storm hits New York City, Philadelphia

"Storm that hammered the eastern US this week is blamed for at least seven deaths. Winter Storm Gale hit parts of New York and Pennsylvania especially hard dropping over 40 inches of snow and cutting power to thousands. The storm system that millions of Americans under winter weather alerts and caused hundreds of flight cancelations.

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Blockbuster Storm Gail Wallops Northeast

CRUSADE Channel Previews

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Blockbuster Storm Gail Wallops Northeast

"Heads up if you're planning to fly this week. A major east coast storm just might disrupt your travel plans. Winter storm gale is forecast impact a wide swath of the northeast and mid atlantic regions wednesday and thursday stretching from maine all the way down to southern virginia and western north carolina for big cities according to the weather service the snowfall forecast for washington dc. Three to four inches philly eight to twelve inches. New york city could see fourteen inches and eight to twelve inches in boston. Forecasters are warning. That the storm's gonna hit hard and fast with major disruptions to travel even travel shutdowns as well as shipping delays school closings power outages. From this blockbuster storm

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Anna Chapman  From Salon Hairdresser to International Session Stylist

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

06:41 min | 11 months ago

Anna Chapman From Salon Hairdresser to International Session Stylist

"The welcome to the podcast. The lovely anna champa. How you doing. Ana i'm good. Thank you very well so place. They finally got to chat been a long time. I'm pleased got there has been a longtime in being. There's been lots going on in your life. It'd be fair to say honor. Hasn't it hasn't been the most easiest of times. And i know you wanted to make sure you're in the right place to come onto the podcast today and hayward we go with this one so much to talk about session kit loss your life as a session style as you look you are international. She stars the real deal. You know not somebody who puts it on the bio and so when we talk about session starless i and just give everybody an insight to a session. Stylist really is so i mean. There is a lot of speculation with people saying that the session stylus and all they real session silas. I mean i think the main thing is when you'll really starting to earn money being session stylist. That is when you can really cool yourself. Recession silas so when you're not based on luck in asylum and you're working either in a session. Stylists can be actually anything from working in tv and film working as slept with celebrities and working in high fashion. You're a freelance has eyelids that works on set and is earning money through. That doesn't necessarily have to be with an agency. I've got lots of friends that well. Gary gale is an amazing session stylist and he managed to get to where he was without even being with an agency. So you don't necessarily have to agency if you're super talented like gary and you worked incredibly hard incredibly hard and then it doesn't you don't have to be the agency but But yeah just just freelance traveling so not based in a silo. Really most sessions. Stylus may do the odd day stallone if they weren't too I actually do still have. But you don't it's not. It's your not full-time in this island because then you're not session. Stylist that question in the world at the pandemic an no. We're hopefully come into the latter part of this pandemic. How badly affected as you're being as a session list to be honest. We are still working so actually when to the first lock down we out to work. And in the second lockdown we were out to work the government the that it was parked production and production for tv film and all shoots to still carry on going ahead so we had to say therefore we had to carry on working all we were allowed to carry on working however it is still extremely slow. So you know. I think people like super super establish session. Sinus that have been around for years like greater. Eugene only bake session stylist. i'm. I'm sure they're still really busy. But you know that's because they've got established clients have been working for years that still carrying on shooting but it has definitely been slide so for lot of myself and other sessions silas still growing. You know still building. Their portfolio is being really slow. So it's not it's been challenging for us as well and it's just more difficult because of all safety measurements that we've got put in place brushes. Does it take the gloss off a little bit of time to when you have to work with such a record railway not really know because mean i love my job and you just think. This is really adaptable creatures. And i think we. I think we really enjoy what we do. And i think that we're i think we're quite easy. Going is as characters like headdresses. Just i think once they get over the thing of oh no do that they just with it know they make stuff happen still had just quickly so no. I think once. I got used to having to wear the moss and to vises and all the sterilization starts getting used to it. And you just carry on like it's one of those things i mean. We have to carry on doing our job and we have to do it safely. So there's no point in about you know you just have to do it. You know and i love my job i i don't see it as were also good to hear not. Yeah we're going to get a little bit more insights into your life. Sexiest stall as well as session kit or really want to learn about session care. I've been watching growth and before we had any further into that. I think is good for our listeners. To just get the background to you and you know what led you to where you are. Well i am actually always always wanted to be a session stylist at even at school. I remember you and you teaches make you. Do those talks all what you want to be. When you're older so. I said i want to be at the head yourself. Now actually had a teacher that she took the mic of being a hairdresser and said that he said things like oh. I don't want you to stand up. And just say oh i just want to be harissa and always thinking. Oh my god. I'll do hairdresser. And i'm thinking i was quite worried about saying it. Which is terrible. I mean contemplative. He did that but at the time of see. You're innocent seed. I understand why someone would say that. But and but yeah i mean. Sometimes hairdressing can have that stigma. Con- it not so much now. I think but back then it was kind of sometimes. People have that view of it being an easy option. Because you don't have to go to university or things like that which is so not true

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While Calling For Injunction That Could Delay CPS Reopening Plan, Chicago Teachers Union Says Strike Is Not Off Table

John Howell

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

While Calling For Injunction That Could Delay CPS Reopening Plan, Chicago Teachers Union Says Strike Is Not Off Table

"The Chicago Teachers union seeking an injunction in an effort to stop the Chicago public schools from restarting in person learning next month. Here's Nick Gail. The union has demanded that Chicago public School officials be forced to bargain over the re opening plans. Representatives for the teachers say plans in place won't keep teachers or students safe. Stacy Davis Gates is vice president of the CTU, she tells ABC seven. We've been told that the 25,000 classrooms but have air filtration systems. As of today, that hasn't that go has not been in bed. How do you re open for save deep from the basic tenets of safety and have yet to be opened by the district. CPS officials have said they've implemented strict health measures. That nationwide data shows Loco but 19 transmission rates within schools Nick Gale 8 90 wls Noon in

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"gale" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast

Seek Outside Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"gale" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast

"A significant maintenance backlog that is not completely addressed by this bill unfortunately, and so what we want to see is. Getting a good head. Start on that backlog so that we can address. Our commitment to these things and what this bill does is. Provide one point nine billion annually through fiscal year twenty, twenty, five to address backlogs on National Park Service for service US fish and wildlife. Service Bureau of Land Management Bureau of. Indian education lands. To get it that you know larger maintenance backlog that exists. I WANNA say it's. Maybe like nineteen billion dollars. It's pretty massive significant, but this bill elise dedicates almost two billion years through fiscal year twenty twenty-five to address that need and and get us going in in hopefully overcome. Where we have been at so far, it's kind of like doing maintenance on your car if you haven't changed the oil since you buy your truck. And yet to put a new engine in it. You might have to make installment payments on that new engine, but I guarantee. You're going to remember to change the oil going forward, and that's where we hope this bill essentially does. If it if it's one point nine billion for. Essentially the next four years or so. That's a that's a fair amount of money did not even be close. To what needs to be in is a is a Rhodes is at buildings like what makes it, so is it just the sheer amount of public land that we have to take care of yeah. Just. A for the listeners and I was at myself that I did not have to talk to my head. The big numbers twenty two billion. That's the main backlog. We're looking at and one point nine billion a year through twenty twenty-five. That carves off a significant chunk, but. It doesn't get us where we need to go, and it's all the things you mentioned, so if you're looking at the park service, a lot of that is facilities, management and maintenance, but also road construction. If you look at the Forest Service, there are a whole bunch of closed rose. That have never been officially decommissioned, and and so we have issues with covert replacements and needs like that that are important for fisheries and watersheds where erosion and sedimentation occurs, you have. An? Increasing number of of needs across blm lands and fish and Wildlife Service lands for. Similar things whether it's a parking, lot or a road or a bathroom could be. Anything is kind of an all the above thing that's not covered by anything else, but a lot of is roads, structures and In those import maintenance needs some some trails. I'd throw that in there. 'cause. That's an important one to all of us it outside..

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"gale" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast

Seek Outside Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"gale" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast

"Welcome back everyone to another episode of the out side podcast. My name is Dennis. Kevin is here today as well. And then I'd like to introduce everyone to John Gale the conservation director, backcountry hunters and Anglers John. How's it going today? Denis for having me on him. Fired up to join you guys stay cool Kevin. Hi How you doing. Fine Man Yeah living the dream as so Kevin and I are not in the same place for back to recording remotely so. To, just for everyone. Sorry about the audio quality today. John I had a question in in doing a little bit of reading. about kind of where you come from a world. I read somewhere that you're in the Peace Corps. I was I in the peace. Corps in Morocco, Country Northern, Africa. From two, thousand, one and two, thousand and three, it was pretty incredible experience in certainly formative. And helps you. Know can guide the direction I eventually landed in my career. I was doing natural resources work there by diversity projects. and. Seeing a lot of really cool stuff, and and then of course there's. The cultural exchange that goes with all that that is pretty special and meaningful in a lot of ways in this may come as a surprise to some listeners. The people that dream about the Peace Corps and changing the world are the ones that don't make it there. Lots of people land in the country full of dreams in while notions about how they're going to change the world. Those people go home fast. They don't make evil that make it are the ones that dig in integrate themselves into the culture. Do what they can make a difference, but the real benefit there is the unknown diplomacy that comes with data volunteer service your that important relationship building that takes place you know having people in remote corners of the world understand more about our country about what we do, but also the kind of people we are, and that's that's where it really becomes important and something that changes people's lives for the better, and and sometimes you build a bridge across a river or stream that helps people. Improve their lives and their livelihoods, and that's the Cherry on top of it all..

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"gale" Discussed on Phil's Philosophies

Phil's Philosophies

09:23 min | 1 year ago

"gale" Discussed on Phil's Philosophies

"So I was on higher and I said Oh my. Wow but I- wit wit wit home to Memphis and I pursued mind. Master's degree and it was while in Memphis that I met my husband Well future husband and we've been married forty years he's talented musician and So I guess Lord knew what he was doing pat ended up in Hawaii. I wouldn't have met right. Oh Yeah Right. I wouldn't Jones Murphy Show yes. That is ridiculous. Almost hiring discrimination. It is hiring discrimination and you were hired before you were hired. That is quite the storm quite the journey. And so you at this point just have faith to keep going to be like well you know what these things they worked out for a reason and we've already heard from your story you've asked got to close certain doors open certain doors and it's happened that's right it's still does still he opens. He closes them question. I don't need to know what he's doing. I just need to know that he's gone. Trust I love that now as we get closer to the end of our time together. I want to ask you. What kind of legacy do you hope to leave? Obviously I would love if you live for the next forty years and kept producing great music and that she reached your great number of two thousand and ten songs to playfully outranking. Solomon but what kind of legacy do you want to live leave? I should say I keep asking what is it. He wants to be remembered. I taught so many students so many of them have gone on to pursue music degrees so many musicians singers gospel artists. R&b Artist and. I don't know I just Lo- let that light shine in. I don't know who's who that a dark place in needs to see the light so I'm just GonNa be a like I don't know I don't know what what that legacy to be. I don't have I don't have it figured out. You know how people that I know what I want to be when I grow up by. Don't know yet though. I'm still teaching I'm teaching currently at Forest City. Adventists school where I teach pre kindergarten through eighth grade. Music classes And after you finish this podcast will be uploading music lessons for the week I teach also at creation village preparatory which is in celebration. Florida and I have kindergarten through sixth grade students. There and I don't know I said Lord you're putting me in front of these young people. Well while the a minds or impressionable. There's a reason you have me here for them. Now because something on my say or do even a music class will change their lives. And I've had many creature who said I sang in your choir. And you're one of the reasons fly. I'm still you know preaching doing for the Lord. I'm Fred who said he had gotten kicked out over Cabbie and he said I was the only teacher that came up to him and says one mistake does not define who you are. Keep going and and that's true because our mistakes do not define this The the love of Jesus defines who we are and so I think if I wanNA leave anything to anybody is just everything I just said yes. That's incredible and while this might seem like the same question. It's slightly different. This is philosophy so I'd like to ask people with their lives. Philosophy is so if you had your own words to live by something that's kept you going in the past and something that propels you to the future. What would you say your lies? Philosophy is okay. Here's something I like to say Do whatever you can while you can because tomorrow circumstances this may take that opportunity away. Do whatever you can while you can. Because tomorrow circumstances they take that opportunity away I was just looking around at my closet this morning. I have tons of clothes that I wish I add or the Kobe. Nineteen stay at home order happen. I wanted to give away to the local thrift store. And they're just piling up in my calling and I can't say I'm GonNa do it today. I'm going to do it today. I yes okay but it takes time back up boxing up and I did so I made a promising start number one. The other thing is oftentimes people will come across your mind and that is an opportunity for either to do one or two things to reach out to then speak with them but for certain it is to just drop in pray for them. Because you don't know what it made me going through right that second that Krier I have been blessed to just stop in principle. People not knowing that at that exact moment what they were going digital they just ran across my mind And then finally appoint. My mom used to quote to me. I don't know the author if a task is one speak gun. Never quit until it's done bay the Labor great or small. Do it well or not at all. That is one that I believe. I've heard my grandmother say to me a couple of times. That's a pretty powerful one. I like that in the last question. I have for you if you're reading something or if you've started a couple of bucks whatever that might be. What would you recommend some of us? Who are listening today. All right so my favorite book about Jesus is a call the desire ages I take it out often repeated his just reading through the crucifixion in his undying love for us is just amazing That will never get old. You Me Love. Songs have been inspired from bad book. I still reading become a by a Shell Obama grim on a promise myself. Doing this stay home. Time that of finished and honestly my stay home. Time has been learning new technology Before code at Nineteen. I didn't do podcasts. In calls. Virtual teams of Microsoft teens. I I need none of that but now I do. Now I do so those those two right now I house is full of books. My husband is an avid reader. Always say book series other girlfriend but but that's okay I always know where he is at home And so they're tons of books on our shells and I may just revisit a few of them but those two for now just to get a Lotta love that well. I want to thank you so much Mrs Gale. But before you leave before you're gone. Yeah you sang a song for my good friend. Mr Rich Garcia. He became the Student Association. President right after me we handed you know you and I handed off leadership. Stick to him and you did through a beautiful video. I was wondering if you could to close us out if you would play that song. Trust in the Lord. It's very pretty rendition. Oh.

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"gale" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick

2 Dudes and a Chick

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"gale" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick

"gale" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick

2 Dudes and a Chick

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"gale" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick

"Other way was your bill. She loves what did you get. How many people got no I got a I got a cheesy. I gotta clearly bread and then I got a regular pizza thing Chris and the whole thing about eighteen sixty dollars a piece of ice. Pay for a piece of delivery. I'm not gonNA order from lowest year. Well I personally like even Pizza Hut. 'cause piece got better cheesy bread and While I haven't tasted Pisa's cleese bread. But I love little CAESARS. Pc Richard cheesy bread. I love that Italian garlic buttery dividend. Something Oh my God I have have peace tonight. Because his birthday and he'd been wanting peace guys so we got piece of for him tonight in this full not wanting to eat the pizza. Because you know he has lactose proper. He took the pizza cutter and cut all the crust of all the pieces the slice of sick and then hate the Jalen. Come down he was like what what what y'all do to the literally like what somebody enjoys the question. I personally don't so. Does that does that though it away man. I was like everybody. Some people eat crest so you can't eat cheese. He shouldn't do. I went to a meeting. I had a meeting yesterday. Just Oh yeah I told you I'm going to sack I had a meeting right and We is in there for way longer than we thought they'd like a look. Y'All wanted to track people when these live in sack do it. Is maybe thinking about like when I was in sac. And I'm like I said without. Even I had a meeting in sack. Magna workout this meeting in SAC. And then they had it in their way longer than like leave and we just order pizza guys like we can order in order. Some guys and I ate some pizza without Obama. Clean eating a three piece of dog. I said that meeting new bad.

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"gale" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick

2 Dudes and a Chick

14:47 min | 1 year ago

"gale" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick

"Fun. I think this'll be cool. Let's go that's it. You know where you're going but go ahead was going go ahead. What are you talking about you? I just stopped you as you like about the birthday thing but go ahead. What their mind that right? Yeah but anyway. Yeah so you know saying but all in all man. I'm happy we got today over and done with you. Know what I mean and and You know enclosing again shot out today. P man like really spoke some Some life into me today. Missile was good to see that I also realized today. I have a bad memory. I mean I had at least or five people come to me. Say something along these lines. Remember me now. I don't remember now. I don't think that's a bad memory. If you don't remember somebody who hasn't been known among the way they approached you bring it up like you remember that time. We who know remember like yesterday no. I am remember remember like needed remember that time. We was on high-speed I'm like no I have no like I feel like I should remember this. In high speed action asked Today's also chumminess birthday and I gave him a brand. It was like that was so the did he. Did you remember that day? It was like to the tea and I was like I. Vividly remember everything one of my labours and it was a neo came into the church. He kept looking at me. I'm like who is this negative escape. Might I know you and then waiting for the my sister was late. He was on programs like eiko outside. Like where's she at this Nigga like wit her something like okay? This must be her nigger. That's why the Nigga looking at me like my sister going to church isn't they? Pull me back. It was like so you don't know who I am I'm loud. No He's like Nagai grew up like three houses up the street from me. And I'm like for real. I'm like sometimes I have to see pictures of what people look way when I knew you like I do not recognize your face at all. I did that with a neighbor across the street. And they used to be my house them to every day go to Frisco Job Maugham tumble a good neighbor. Friend and then I've seen them in a gym all here and I just stared at the light. And then he looking at me. And then we in saying that they're not gambling annihilated. What are brother and then I call my sister. Y'All seen a new league dead on his cat. She's like he living grow what he's seen them. Since so I feel kind of bad about that. Shouldn't feel bad about it. What kind of both remind me of your name again. I feel bad about that because when you come at me like I should know you and you tell personal stories and you ask in detail personal story that I really don't remember you. I don't have a problem asking your name. I just feel bad. When that person gives the deflated look like Nigga? You disappoint all. I'm here because of you now. I gotTa look at you for the rest of the funeral. You got you got that. Look like what's the point of me being here so in love support for you remember me one. The guy was standing next to like. We couldn't get away from each other like the space is required that I had to stand next to him and after we got past the like. I don't know who you are. Then it was his awkward silence as Nigger really wanted to have a conversation about the good old days and I'm like negative member. I've never seen before in my life. That's not true. You have seen him before. I I just can't pull that memory out of my pocket. You go up there and talk. I was forced to well. I Man I what good memory share. Some memories them Your system so again. My memory is bad. My sister has a prepare speed. She sings a song that I don't even remember them singing right and then like when we get to the end of the song. I'm like okay I got it so then we get to the like everybody got two minutes rent friends and family reflections. People's minutes people distict the two minutes. It wasn't it wasn't bad probably two three minutes I didn't I didn't But I'm sitting in the in the very back of the church next to my mother trying to be incognito grow as possible back. 'cause my mom was he was being usher. He was handing out the the The programs. Which when I was thinking about I'm like damn like I'm so much like my mom. Daddy realize it right like keep moving. Keep moving busy work is. You didn't want to sit down. And why is he like as is coming in? Like I'm taking cares from the back bringing a man like like really working in the funeral but I'm sitting in the back with her and my uncle who was doing a the the service doesn't say yes. Everybody got two minutes Wu and we start with my nephew and I'm as soon as he said that and I'm like please don't say there's no other nephews but I'm hoping is that like although doctor on a new car I'm light right so I made a joke about lightning. I should have been sitting in the car. My sister like he would have still seen you in the car. I'm like man. Ira No But I just I just told him I told them what I told you. That day. Man. Like always envisioned the day that that you know saying we will be older and we will reflect on you know saying are lies and you know mistakes made mistakes not made and how we persevered and overcome my feel like to a certain extent. I I was robbed. That opportunity right The opportunity to witness her her phoenix moment. Her rebirth Because I knew it was coming I feel like you know. She had her grandson this past year. I felt like that was like some momentum to get their rebirth started but also talked about like you know if you really WANNA judge person. You really want to understand who they are and the stand. What kind of life they live on this earth like look at the type of fruit they produce you know a tree is fruit. An apple tree produces apples. Afi Tree produces fee. Orange Tree. Produces Aurelius this down the And she produced for amazing kilter and I just talked about how those children despite losing nate dad three years ago and now losing named mom where able to pull themselves together enough to do the job that some adults wouldn't have been able to do you know what I mean in eight days. No Nine Days. You know saying she got hit. On the second of February we found out on the third by the twelfth. He was in the ground. You know what I mean like that. Like some people take them to three week like to get together with in less than a week and a half them kids a nineteen seventeen. Fifteen thirteen rolled like day. Got It together and the only thing we had to do as adults will support him. You know what I mean and so I just talked about how amazing they were and how they are her legacy. You know what I mean it really. It really told them like you know what I mean. Like we here to support you I know they were a little bit angry beforehand because they felt like they were getting a lot of attention on social media of folks. San like arm coming. And we'LL WOOP. Nee like where was all Y- My mother was ally. You know what I mean if she needed to support also feel like you know what? I'm saying the funerals is expensive like they not super expensive. You can spend anywhere between eight and ten bands but when you a Kid. I spray bread. You know what I mean and we gotta figure out where we come up with this bread and everybody say I you know like one lady got up there and was like you know whatever you need whatever we need whatever on me. I got no money so I'm GonNa give you lots of love and I feel like that's a lot of people right like is whatever you need you. Call me. Say Like we got. We got this price day. Yeah and is like? That's what we need is crickets united meter. So I just wanted to know like like we got you. You know my momma going to continue to take care of the girls That's what she do. That was her calling in life. I feel like God's GonNa continue to put breath in her body until she's at least he's accomplished that you know saying and there's probably more work for her to do And I was like you know saying. I'm not a very emotional. Touchy feely Type Person. When it comes to the size the things but I definitely make sure that you know what I'm saying the little bit of money that God bless me wit over the last year that it was available you know mean I pull my family together and say this is what we're gonNA do for them. Whatever whatever you can contribute great led me. No you got it now attributed later all let me know we but whatever y'all can't come up with. I'm feeling arrest right like Dass like ask our responsibility. You know what I mean so I really just talked about them like Negi like y'all is taking this if you could see. I didn't I don't even think I have a a program. But he. Margie is the spitting image of Eric Bra. Like when I say the spitting image I mean like mannerisms everything but they had like the old pictures of like them two together and it was like looking at it was like. Oh yeah like this. Is y'all fruit this y'all legacy you know what I'm saying So that's that's really what I did Trying to keep the tears in and stuff like that but it was. It was straight NOPE. No It'd be like Ryan. I don't like crying when I'm talking because I can't talk. I'LL BE THERE. Osmond two minutes Cryan again. No word that was like. Let me let me suppressed that so I could get these words out. talk a bit wrong For for people to think like were you. I will when people are going to do something now I think. That's legit Brown. Is it a light out? Most of the time when Once go they just a mean but you know most people going through. Some people don't always want to receive the help. Ya GotTa be taking consideration too but not even speaking on the kids. 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