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Dr. Jeff Myers Tells Us About Summit Ministries

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 3 months ago

Dr. Jeff Myers Tells Us About Summit Ministries

"And I have as my guest, I'm at the NRB in Nashville as my guest, doctor Jeff Myers, who's the president of summit ministries, I have been on your show many times. You have been on this show many times. It's always good to see you. You're an encouragement to me, brother Jeff. Thanks for being here. It's good to see you, Eric. Man, I love the atheism book too. I hope you get to talk about that a lot. I've been doing a lot of interviews here at the NRB on that subject. Listen, sometimes when I wrote that book, I have to say it was kind of like surprising to me. I wasn't planning to write a book on science and biblical gar gal. And now that I've written it, this always happens in retrospect, I think we kind of need this. It's so encouraging. We need encouragement. I mean, things are so crazy. We need to be encouraged. So yeah, you interviewed some biblical truth. There are two of the big issues, but it comes back to is there such a thing as truth. That's what the rising generation doubts. And so giving the evidence is huge. Well, that's what you talk about at summit. And so for people who don't know what summit is, tell my audience, because a lot of people won't know. Now, some administration is the organization that's equipping and supporting the rising generation, young adults to embrace God's truth and champion a biblical worldview. We're catching them right before they go to college. They graduated high school with their hearts are a little open. They have a lot of big questions about their faith and we're putting them in touch with great Christian thought leaders who can help them find answers, strengthen their biblical worldview, get a grasp of truth and then use that to be confident. We want them to emerge as leaders. I mean, college shouldn't be a time that tears you down as a person, it should be a time that prepares you to be a difference

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 Supreme Court questions controversial Texas abortion law

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 8 months ago

Supreme Court questions controversial Texas abortion law

"Supreme Court justices are signaling that they may allow a court challenge to a Texas law that is virtually ended abortion in the nation's second largest state the Supreme Court heard three hours of arguments in two cases whole women's health versus Jackson and United States versus Texas over whether abortion providers or the justice department can mount federal court challenges to the new Texas abortion law Solicitor General Elizabeth Taylor gar Texas designed SP eight to thwart the primacy of federal law in open defiance of our constitutional structure Jody stone the second arguing for Texas said the abortion providers can't sue state judges and clerks and that the justice department had no standing conservative justice Brett Kavanaugh raised questions about the laws novel structure deputising private citizens to sue abortion providers there's a loophole that's been exploited here justice Elena Kagan suggested that ruling in favor of the providers would allow the court to avoid difficult issues of federal power its purpose and its effect is

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Death Toll Rises in Northeast After Ida Remnants Drench Region

NPR News Now

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

Death Toll Rises in Northeast After Ida Remnants Drench Region

"Hurricane ida has killed at least fifty nine people across the us this week at least forty. Six of those deaths happened in the northeast. npr's jasmine gars reports the remnants of the hurricane in that region caused widespread destruction. New york subway system came to a slow start yesterday in other parts of the region like southern new jersey and pennsylvania were tornadoes leveled dozens of houses. Recovery will be slower while touring the damage new york city governor. Kathy hogan said it's time to accept climate change and storms like ida as a reality and strengthen infrastructure like the drainage and transportation system but the death toll in new york city has also highlighted the issue of precarious housing. Several of the deaths occurred in basement. Apartments in at least one family who drowned was living in unapproved

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A 10th Provisional Capital Falls to Taliban Control

BBC World Service

02:09 min | 11 months ago

A 10th Provisional Capital Falls to Taliban Control

"In Afghanistan, the Taliban have captured a string of crucial cities. They've driven out government forces in the third biggest city, Herat and say they've gained control of Kandahar, the second largest and the birthplace of their movement. They also appear to have seized Lashkar Gar, the capital of Helmand province, with government and army officials retreating to a single military base since American led forces pulled out just weeks ago. The Taliban have gained control of large areas of Afghanistan and now American troops are coming back not to fight the Taliban as such, but to evacuate US staff from the embassy in Kabul. To discuss all this. We're joined now on the line by Bill Rodgers, senior fellow at the Foundation of Defense of Democracies and editor of the Long War journal. Welcome to the program, Bill. Uh, Every day seems to bring a new string of military successes for the Taliban. How can we explain it? Hello, James. And yeah, this is The Taliban are having dramatic success. I'm not surprised. That the Taliban about the Taliban's plan about the Taliban strategy, only that the speed in which it was executed. The Taliban have been preparing for this offensive for a decade now. They had carefully. Their strategy has always been to take rural areas and use those rural rural areas to expand its control. Outward, uh, approaching the cities, the U. S and NATO and Afghan military. They ignored the Taliban strength in the rural areas, and instead they tried to defend the cities. And this has played to the Taliban strength that we have to understand about this offensive is that it was planned, organized, uh, supplied and forces were deployed. And and executed under the nose of U. S. NATO and Afghan intelligence. No one saw this coming because everyone was so focused on Peace talks with the Taliban being the solution. Meanwhile, the Taliban all along have used diplomatic means to hoodwink the west and hoodwink

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Taliban Push Through Provincial Capital in South Afghanistan

BBC World Service

01:37 min | 11 months ago

Taliban Push Through Provincial Capital in South Afghanistan

"The program. The news from Afghanistan, particularly from the south, fierce fighting, taking place in the regional capital, the city in the south, Lashkar gar Now The advances of the Taliban in recent weeks have been advances in the country. They have yet to take. A major city in Lashkar gar in southern Helmand is under heavy assault at the moment, despite Afghan airstrikes and also the involvement of the US in Kabul. We can speak for the latest with leads to set lease Welcome once again. What's the latest? You can tell us About the situation in Lashkar Gah. The pressure is on a lost Gar and the There's a growing sense that this is now the provincial capital, the city that is at greatest risk. The Taliban are pressing ahead, not just in Lashkar gar, also Iraq to the west, Kandahar in the south and some smaller, less strategic capitals around the country wanting to claim what they would see not just as a territorial prize but a strategic price, which would give them Even more of a psychological edge in this war, But the back National Army has been reinforcing. Special commandos have gone to Lashkar gar, but it is very, very tight. Now the Taliban are posting videos of themselves in the central squares of Lashkar Gar, and yesterday they took over. The premises are the state broadcaster and are not transmitting their own messages. Um,

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No-Sanctuary Cities: The Talibans Latest Surge

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:03 min | 11 months ago

No-Sanctuary Cities: The Talibans Latest Surge

"The american government has been attempting to draw attention to its evacuation of translators and others who helped in its two decades of war in afghanistan. Since the first of this year power consular staff in kabul has issued over five thousand special immigrant visas and interviewed thousands more but the administration would doubtless prefer to draw attention away from his this over the weekend. Taliban insurgents made inroads in the cities of herat lashkar gar and kandahar as american forces have withdrawn in the past. Couple of months taliban has surged taking district after district setting parallel governments in much of the country's rural expense. What they seem determined to do next would put the country right back where it was two decades ago. The taliban are advancing on the streets of three big afghan cities provincial capitals. Edward mcbride is the economists. Deputy foreign editor. It's really a sign that the momentum in the afghan civil war is with the taliban. It's a fight far bigger than we've seen over the past couple of months. It'll be tremendously worrying to the afghan security forces. Can they hold on and can they hold back the taliban assault and this comes clearly as american forces are almost completely withdrawn. Now what resistance against the taliban is left afghanistan so america announced it sort of final withdrawal from afghanistan. It's due to be completed by the middle of august. Those troops are really already gone. A tiny number remaining in fact american ground forces hadn't been playing a big part in the war for some time now but american air support played a critical role in fighting has done for the past twenty years but those planes are no longer in afghanistan. They do still sometimes come to the aid of the afghan security forces. But they're now much further away.

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Key Afghan City in Danger of Falling to the Taliban

KOA Programming

00:17 sec | 11 months ago

Key Afghan City in Danger of Falling to the Taliban

"Afghan ease, Flea says ABC is Julia McFarland. Afghan militants continue to pile on pressure for the Afghan government attacking three key cities in the country. Afghan special forces have arrived at the city of Lashkar Gar, Herat and Kandahar, also on the Taliban fire, listening to ABC News

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Stila Stay All Day Mascara: The Most Tubular Mascara Ever

You Beauty

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Stila Stay All Day Mascara: The Most Tubular Mascara Ever

"Stay all day mascara. It's thirty six dollars it is a cheap ulama gara. All you love a tubular. Everyone knows how much i love achieve bula. I was on a journey with moscow. I opened it and the wound. I was like holy. Whoa what is going on him. Half the ones is straight national brush and bristles than the other half is curved and a plastic comb. All in one brush. I know so. It looks like a prong north. Because it's only one rush but it looks like a sale like bal like hey yep then. The formula is super juicy. like wet. Wet wet yeah. Killed militias which side of the brush stories. Oh goodness and it's all a bit of a person and because it was so juicy gets on my home island and you know how i applaud soy slap has a bit you fix it straightaway. Very slapdash and then i was like okay mash a good. This is great mortal die. Forgot about it then. I had a shower that night. This is i. I was trying it and i say this was the first time i'd challenge since and i just forgot what i put on a face that morning and i gently as i generally do like touch my lashes and all the miscarriage came off in like one guard later on and i was like. Oh what have i. I don't think it's still a messiah. So it's the most trivial achieved scour. I've ever tried. Wow really wet and g c i wish it was in a little bit less but with because it's a new gar eight will do that anyway. Very black very glossy really good thirty six dollars from mecca so for a prima mistake our. That's not that bad premo. You know my looking down fifty bucks. Obviously it's not your eight dollars from rolaids but it's a really good miss car that i recommend so glad. I found it in my

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Makeup Artist Rosie Kalina Helps Us Step Into the World of Bold Eyeshadow

You Beauty

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Makeup Artist Rosie Kalina Helps Us Step Into the World of Bold Eyeshadow

"For many people myself included. He absolutely a mixture of browns toll creams and black is about as wild as it gets when it comes to i shuttered colors. And it's not that i don't wanna use all these amazing colors but frankly i'm just terrified. It will look like one be caught met. So i'm hoping you can help me. And all my neutral shadow inclined friends at. What's the first thing you need to wrap your head around if you want to into the world of bold and colorful eye makeup. Ooh sir. i think you have to kind of let gar. I think a little bit. Sometimes you just have to kind of dive right into it. Gary and you know it's funny because on my instagram. I guess people would think that. I walk around with gold and pink and green however a lot of the time i will just rock a natural. Look don't tell anybody anyone that knows me real live will that i usually like run some runs through my late because i'm usually running lights tuna event but it's when i drew wear look outside. I actually really liked dirt amonar. Look sorry if i'm gonna wear for instance an orange i laid. I'll just do the one orange over the i. So that's when if you're in a rush or if you're not that confident with blending. I really recommend doing that. Getting like a cream. Shudder or an actual. I shudder and is really packing that onto lead in letting it liberally bulbs i think. That's a really good starting point because it doesn't involve using like five different colors and you don't have the blend perfectly can look a little bit united structural if i will that's code for not perfect yes so i think you can get away with that a little bit. Even using deci as any waterline. You know if you really do feel comfortable and feel cute in you know the brown and tarp colors decrease slack pop like a turquoise y'all waterline i think that brings together really nicely in like you know gives you a little something but are isn't to outside. He comforts are

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"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

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"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"It was the the the guys who wants to sink. Who nearly up. yeah And they take you off to your hotel quarantine two. yeah so. I do my two weeks in the hotel but it was. When i left hotel quarantine. I went to see my parents in bahrain by it was. We'd like like you said they don't worry musket was. We often coming from the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak at that time in the world to this place to the small country town in australia on the beach bay life is normal. It was a strange adjustment. I better was better. Well i think the thing that stood out to me was working in. You know in broadway district. Every theater was closed. And it's not just the actors and technicians and musicians. They were all out of work and it was just so surreal. I can't it's such a. i'm still processing that whole thing. But from last march and april were the probably the two worst months. I think i've experienced where there was something that don't like us sci-fi movie and we were all in the middle of it. It was just so bizarre and initiator by by late march. I had my second shot. And it's like well. What a difference. So it's create. it's an extraordinary reflection on the intellectual capability of of humanity. You know when. There's this sort of common objective. I guess it's good parallel to an alien film in the enemy. Ten invasion of shorts yet it is. Yeah and everybody has common enemy to to To fight back against remember seeing the york situation from la and we would just go smacked by led the refrigerated trucks and and just the the tragedy that engulf the plight of friends in new york city as well What was quite sobering. His how eight months on from that we were in the midst of it ourselves show just how relentless this this virus news and then were i live near few hospitals one of them's even used for for their series new amsterdam..

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"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Had this big resurgence. The box office and it was lovely to say. And i think i guess we're locking even this year two or opening in june in the united states which you have some tent pole season. So that's really what if we're just. I just got word. That theaters here in new york city are to open. Looks like may nineteenth. So you're you're fine. That's wonderful news tiny. That's really great. Absolutely so that's cool. Will it kinda go the path from theaters to on demand kind of thing and eventually ended up on the streaming channel. I think exactly right yes. We have been on june eleventh in cinemas across the united states and also on video demand. So there you go arching was on prime so you can catch at the big screen. You can catch it on your big screen higher. Hbo max has set kind of a new model right now on how to release the film because all of their stuff. This year is coming to hbo. Max we all wanna brother stuck. It looks like and people predicted this. But kobe sped up the process at film's going to come out on the big screens but also on streaming as well at the same time exactly going to be the model. I i think you you touched on a day. The business model was heading in that direction anyway. Absolutely that we're looking at how to quantify a decent box office return while also getting you know as many levels in the film as possible use by hbo max and disney plot and netflix's engaging in a commercial relationship with a film by purchasing it united show on a certain date or however then that can sometimes offset any potential boxes losses. So it's it's very tempting approach and like you said covid showed exactly how helpful have beneficial to me. I mean look at the justice league. Cup from zack snyder. That's something you would never like. I mean i'll the big screen and say that. I'd go to yet. But but i could watch it in one hour installments on. Hbo and it's true. Yeah and i really loved it. So i think we're in a we're in in this interesting age now where cinema is undergoing a bit of catharsis this sort of reinvention of itself. Totally like what. What is i mean. Maybe like nine land for example is beautiful to watch like monari all these kinds of films name unions. Watch the films. You could very easily watch on television. Then what do you show in cinema. What plays at the imc up the road. It's going to be an interesting question to answer. So how are things for you. I mean while we're still in covid. La still in covid la. We had a here in new york guys. Had it really bad. And we're we're starting to clean up. I've had both of my shots. Congratulations i'm officially You know a hundred percent. You know. But i am fully vested in it so i i. I've actually gone out without a mask around here. I mean there's nobody around me. I don't wear one experience for you. It was wild. It was just. It was like also. That's what it was like. Yes i spent. Most of my life would add it in your eye in the last year and a half. But it's great. I mean the second shot was frankly a brutal. What.

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"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Don't worry you're gonna win. I good thing. It is matter what you do even. If you're still gonna win you gotta win. Might not lynn's living you're gonna win. Sorry you're the lead. Nothing's going to happen to you exactly. Yeah it's great. So yeah you. You're dealing with the green screens and yeah. I'm luke explains everything. Obviously your imagination has to play into that a little bit to question. Yeah and that's that's part of the fun. be off. Got a whole sequence in the film with bosses or exploding and i think the best comparison is the escape from hof at the start of. It's it's a really good comparison. Wait i was on his boss with refugees and going in the sequence the the humans out of sydney and we also have some aliens who break away from the faction and join us so that this is a bit of a political and cultural stuff in this too. It's quite it's quite a retired. And yeah i'm shooting at flying sources and village budgets and things are of course. Your imagination is an integral part of your process. But when you're there in the world when you there in the costume with allies allies offline you hands. lots flashes explosions going off. It's pretty easy to let your imagination. Gar i mean you're kind of in the moment so it's not like you're watching it from a distance you're right in the middle of it so it so yeah i would think it would be a little easier but obviously when we see the finished product. There's a lot more added to it. Rounds it out. So yeah. I mean. I i've seen like real sequences of moments in films i go. That's not as impressive. But if i can only shooting one aspect of it. Yeah the tennis ball the end of the stig get what sixty million dollars that it's It it is. It is of course quite underwhelming. Sometimes when you do see it onset medallion always in the Of producer on this film too so i spent time nice things with with luke and the produces op-eds and ought to watch and listen to them. Craig that process and what things to get up and z evolution. That this this is these creatures in this They ride gould vauxhall. Which is on. It's like a like oldham lizard. Look like a saint bernard and listen and they ride them like towards zones across the train and to see the evolution of how on the diet and says the grain barrels can join was riding with with a strap and then to see it grow into this this tangible real rating. Great job is really interesting. So you would. Cgi as well maybe. Will you always acting with the cgi onset as an actor. And then when i went when i was ac- producing luke would do passes of scenes and give us a look at how the effects would coming together and an easy. It's really interesting. It's literally like painting sculpting. It's just lay upon layup Mom yeah something. Very broad and quite saab Quite simple and then it becomes more and more refined until eventually you see the finished product. Australia's a beautiful country. My brunner was there a couple of years ago. Matter of fact yeah. Totally loved went to sydney. And all over really. Are we going to see some some of it. Besides sydney i guess obviously they had to use et cetera studio for some of it. Because you're blowing up buses and things like yes. Yes we do we. We get a good look at the australian landscape. And i think this is one of the most enjoyable parts film for me is a stray has some of the creatures in the world anyway as they do not and render very odd gracious In the best light and in this film the islands bring their own creatures..

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"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Jason isakson kim jong and daniel gillies join us for this one can has of of really specific role and a very good role and an integral role as well him. Jason actually play off each other. So it's ken is really good. He's funny goal is very. He's a lovely blood and this raw was really really. I think it went to the right person. It went to someone who had a great dynamic at that point in the film so when you see the film. He appears just at the right time. What was the shooting like for you. This was big tiny. This was spread out a twelve twelve month period. So the film is split up into two blocs. The first block involving kim jong and the other guys and then the second block involving daniel gillies and myself in quite a few others. This was a film that was it was not done. And we're quite a lot of organization a lot of dedication and a lot of hard work and a lot of the work was done off the we wrapped so meaning along shoot days and that will really demanding at but that's also kind of a winning whenever you have a film that's this physical and this immersive when you wrap it. It's the best feeling in the world because you go. Well we did that. We got through that. Obviously the action set pieces. Big special effects. That's a few at different strings that i had to add to the bow just to get into this. Because when dealing with politics weaponry and then of course visual effects and a lot of the stuff was screen and practical so that required a Communication from luke. A very clear idea from league which is really good at doing so that meant that we were in a really good environment to explore characters to the best of our abilities so this shoot required a lot of loaded discipline listening and also real collaborative approach. I went year between the cost and the direct because it is on somboon cost much transit. Who plays amelia a delightful accent of very talented martial artist. So we had this great collective of people of all kinds of experiences some like ken. Who's been around for years till tristen go. Who's just starting out. So we had this this wonderful cost. And i think that was a real secret. Spas to kind of bring the personality and the character across during a very taxing and demanding and rewarding shoot like the diversity of it. You know i. it's. It's nice to see that i kind of look for that..

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"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"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 but 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. Hi welcome we have zac yard on the show and we're gonna be talking about his film occupation rainfall that it sounds like a little neat science fiction film and usually they invade here in the state. I'm glad for a change. Australia's getting the brunt of it. We're very pleased to take yet. Share of the of the offensive might. Yeah telling fair that we shared the destruction around a little bit and yet it's a very enjoyable Very quite exhilarating and entertaining film. I love it so tell me how this kinda came. your way. Short will vice. It's actually a sequel to a film called occupy a region. Yeah which was shot in two thousand seventeen and here you go. Yeah so it's available there in the universe if you want to say it It was a small sort of torn. The wool began red. Dohrn independence day People in this small town who witnessed nelly and invasion and go to rescue this family and friends but of course this is just one small part of a very big global offensive occupation rainfall picks up occupation ends which is the battle of sydney when humanity starts the push back into sydney and try to try to displace the aliens but of course Things have been not going so well. Because the aliens are gunning s outnumbering us and out matching us or they turned to do that. It's never easy those aliens. They were always one step ahead. But in this one we do have a secret weapon Might be your at google. Where a lot of hats is loops. Arc talk about luke and I mean he edited this to produced it. He's a one man or might say yeah Rockwood he's a prodigious block. Look obviously ill road. He directed it and he edited it and he helped produce it as well. And it's it all comes down to. He has a very clear mind what he wants to do. Now this is a film. The first occupation was six million dollars. Twenty million dollars so generally four or five times bigger than the first one. So luke had a lot of ideas about what he wanted to do and how he wanted to do it and he just so happened that he he also had the technology and capability to do a lot of it himself so it made sense for him to wear a lot of hats that does of course many types huge workload on and this has been a mammoth undertaking for him. I think the the film really does speak for itself. The scale and the spectacle of occupation rainfall is quite remarkable and i think ultimately is a real testament to lose capabilities inside yourself. You know there are some interesting people this. We might not see him. But we hear jason isaacs in the film. Yes and then we have Tomorrow morrison whose back as fat which is awesome and surprise there but can can young is in this to which you know. I didn't expect to be in a movie like this. But i'm glad he is yet. Look it. it's it's a really great kost. Tiny and i think it's only appropriate. They're speaking on may fifth off the may fourth yesterday. It's only it's only appropriate. We bring up. Tim so tim was in the first one. He was in the original occupation..

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"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Yeah i actually go to wyoming in two weeks to start shooting a film. That's been delayed since last year. Through obvious reasons It's called zeroyd. Which is an indie indie drama. I blast that deal. That's gonna be really fun It's very challenging role in a very lovely film so almost weiming to do that in a couple of weeks are at the moment of gonna jump coming up in august in australia That i want that producing and acting in with looking pretty good for that. And that's really cool. That's a really cool on one-star more about that in the next Couple weeks i think. But that's gonna be really exciting school welts collide and that's oh. Yeah yeah i heard about what about the producing side of it. Is that something that appeals to you. Yes the dos tiny. It's something that i enjoy. I love acting producing the very the quite different disciplines and economy. Then like i think. Been an active in years. So when i step on set i can just switch on and disguise straight into work and and are really enjoy that Especially when you deal with your other cost nights and you got a great crew. It's it's and like i said that collaborative experience just immerses you in straight away producing his credit. Cd of different kinds. I usually on a project from the beginning and you see it come to life. You see devolve and you help shape. It's as nakd up. You present your character and you present your point of view into the narratives and then you leave and when you're done you you go next job guest on as a producer as a director is well you spend a lotta time with the nfl. Another twelve months so a lot of the a lot of the practitioners mayan people like Cate blanchett and madina and brad pitt and lynn caprio in these kinds of guys who are wonderful actors and actresses and they're on riots but they also produce wonderful work And i loved. And joel edgerton is another example the straddle that sort of i'd love to be out to straddle that territory between in our finding projects writing grabbing projects no something pot of the foaming in them. Well it's been great to talk to zach occupation rainfall here in the states on a on june eleven so catch it and go live in an area where there's movie theater it's gonna be on demand and you'll see there as well so best of luck with that. It's been a pleasure talking to you. Stay well and stay healthy and good luck. Thank you donnie. love object. You'd yego june eleven chicken occupation rainfall Variance the times tomorrow. Morrison is near to yes bit of. Could he have any Interesting star wars stories at all. He was shooting bubba fat. When we'll work league no kidding so when we started shooting the first occupation he was doing man and yet and this one he was doing baba's debt and it was really when he came back to shoot some one. One wanna two saints in the second block. It was it was very small and he blew ins do what for the day. And he's a lovely guides him like he's one of elected he's disputable saul and funny and and really lovely and generous and he was chatting one day and i said so. Let's gone on my what do you do now. And he said go do some more star will stop now Okay what are you doing that. Polish not super undecided in the fan. Boy they went and was sweet. Yeah enjoy it so now started doing but at that stage it was the mandalorian audit ryan grim rumors. Not in it. And he's a he's now he is He's gonna be bulger for a while..

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"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Yes i spent. Most of my life would add it in your eye in the last year and a half. But it's i mean. The second shot was franken brutal. What you have. I had the madonna on getting my second maduna in two weeks show. You're younger john because it can affect you did made but the cat i. It was like it was like. I have the flu. But i don't have yet and i felt weak and i think the first day it's like oh this is nothing but then the second day was like a boy it is. It took about four days and the fourth day. I you know the time i wou i starting to feel like myself. I'm glad i'm glad you got over. It might yeah. i think. I think i've heard obviously runs. Had a rough experience with most beloved Expects the second shot. Some heavens some have been fine yeah. My wife had his second one and she's fine. She's four k. Yeah so it's horses for courses on. I'm i'm i'm sort of. I'm relieved to see what's happened here. It's quite remarkable. Just how may in december last year. When i was in los angeles and i went back to australia just after christmas to the premise for the rainfall released it and it was. It was awfully horrendous. Here in los angeles. It was just tragic. It was such a heavy air Just flustered and marisol stood. It was frustrating. Because i think it was a combination of apathy. United people sort of thinking through this. Now we're gonna move on. And i think a an unclear messaging from nominalism people by even though they will quite quite serious about it. They still sort of they left. Certain businesses restrictions and capacities. They begged people not see their families but at a time when off a year where people have had such a difficult and confronting time. There are some people who just needed to see their families and unfortunately it feels this this tragic surge in deaths..

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"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Guys those guys move them the movie heads in that direction while that really wild. There's more sifi talk so stay tuned back on sci-fi telecom tony tomato did covert impact your shooting at all or did you guys literally get it done before it hit tiny Lucky we wrapped the film. We principal photography two weeks before christmas twenty nine. Oh right yeah. And then i returned to los angeles behind here on ally and then of course covid started popping up. Think we remember unease eve on and then everything stopped in march. Everything was in the can for us by the simba so we were so fortunate On a luke in the producers kali. Comal we're in a great position because then everything was just post production so damn needed man was just an office and people who need to work on an end that was at a time to with sign many practitioners in our industry. Roll off that out of. It was a horrendous time terrible yet. But it did mean that a lot of people were available to work on the projects. True salute colleen camel got some wonderful people to to finish it off and bring the special effects the life cycle as far as can send. It did not affect us at all. In fact in a very we'd way it's It was favorable towards us particularly in australia because all the american content was was pushed or shifted or paused. So the australia was very Has managed to situation really well and cinemas were opened their bob pretty much most of last year and of this year that are just operating normally so when film came out in january australia. We didn't really have that much to up against so australian films. Had this big resurgence. The box office and it was lovely to say. And i think we're looking even this year two or opening in june in the united states which you'd have some tent pole season so that's really if we're just I just got word. That theaters here in new york city are to open. Looks like may nineteenth. So you're you're fine. That's wonderful news tiny. That's really great. Absolutely so that's cool. Will it kinda go the path from theaters to on demand kind of thing and eventually ended up on the streaming channel. Everything exactly right yes. We have been on june eleventh cinemas across the united states and also on video demand. So there you go. I change was on prime..

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"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Choreographed to tiny. So you got a great idea of what's going to happen in win so when it comes to when it comes to acting you know they say spontaneity is israel because you really they listening reacting to people when it comes to action and flooding in some places like that. It's very heavily choreographed. Because it's about safety and things like the alien suits the guys wearing strangely limited. Same thing about the actors used by the stormtroopers oriented so it was. It was really important for us to listen and to be on an marks into get accuse cues rights so i guess from you question about warming up. That's sort of the warm up. Is russell russell. Russell a gotcha. Well there's a famous story in. Hollywood actor was a little worried about doing some stunts or stunt fight into film and the stunt coin ago. Don't worry you're going to win. I good thing it is matter what you do even screw up. You're still gonna win. You gotta win. Might not living. You're gonna win. Sorry you're the lead. Nothing's going to happen to you exactly. Yeah it's great. So yeah you. You're dealing with the green screens and yeah. I'm luke explains everything. Obviously your imagination has to play into that little bit to that question. Yeah and that's that's part of the fun be. I'll go to whole sequence in the film with bosses or exploding. And i think the best comparison is like the escape from hof at the start of. It's it's a really good comparison. I was on his boss with refugees and in the sequence the the humans out of sydney and we also have some aliens break away from the faction and join us so this is a bit of a political and cultural stuff in this too. It's quite it's quite a retired. And yeah i'm shooting at flying sources and village legends and things are of course. Your imagination is an integral part of your process. But when you there in the world when you there in the costume with allies allies offline you hand and lots flashes explosions going off. It's pretty easy to let your imagination gar kind of in the moment so it's not like you're watching it from a distance you're right in the middle of it so it so yeah i would think it would be a little easier but obviously when we see the finished product there's a lot more added to it. Rounds it out. So yeah. I mean i. I've seen like real sequences of moments. In films i go. That's not as impressive. But if i can only shooting one aspect of it. Yeah the tennis ball. The end of the stig sorta got what sixty million dollars that bed. It's it. It is it is of course quite underwhelming. Sometimes when you do see it onset medallion always in the seat of producer on this film too. So i spent time nice things with with luke and the produces op-eds and ought to watch and listen to them..

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"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"And then we have Tomorrow morrison whose back as both fat which is awesome and surprise there but can can young is in this to which you know. I didn't expect to be in a movie like this. But i'm glad he is yet. Look it's it's a really great kost tiny and i think it's only appropriate that we're speaking on may fifth off the may fourth yesterday. It's only it's only appropriate. We bring up. Tim so tim was in the first one. He was in the original occupation. Jason isakson kim jong and daniel gillies join us for this one. Ken has of really specific role at a very good role and an integral role as well him. Jason actually play off each other. So it's ken is really goodness. He's funny goal is very. He's a lovely blood and this role was really really. I think went to the right person. It went to someone who had a great dynamic at that point in the film. So when you see the film he appears just at the right time What was the shooting for you. This was big. Tiny was spread out a twelve twelve month period. So the film split up into two blocs. The first block involving kim jong and the other guys and then the second block involving daniel gillies and myself in quite a few others. This was a film that was it was not done. And we're quite a lot of organization near a lot of dedication and a lot of han work and a lot of the work was done off the we wrapped so meaning long shoot dies and that will really demanding at but that's also kind of a winning whenever you have a film that's this physical and this immersive when you wrap it. It's the best feeling in the world because you go. Well we did that. We got through that. Obviously the action set pieces. Big special effects. That's a few different strings that i had to add to the bow just to get into this. Because when dealing with techniques and weaponry and then of course visual effects and a lot of the stuff was green screen and practical so that required a likely communication. From luke..

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"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"garing" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Now another addition of tony tomato on. Cy cy talks. This is katie sack us. You're game you're listening. Sci-fi talk co creators of. I was like what am i promoting. Do all right okay or any three do what this is mike. Dirty and the fisher. We're the co creators brown coach redemption. And you're listening to us by jump on the bandwagon. Everybody else has a gun and other. Hey ride i am tim. Daly the voice superman right here on scifi talk. Hello i'm doctor rodney. Mckay david hewlett. Hi this is don davis. 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 the variance anyway. People at all day gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Hi welcome we have zac yard on the show and we're gonna be talking about his film occupation rainfall that it sounds like a little neat science fiction film and usually they invade here in the state. I'm glad for a change. Australia's getting the brunt of it. We're very pleased to guests. Share of the might. Yeah telling fair that we shared the destruction around a little bit and yet it's a very enjoyable Very quite exhilarating and entertaining film. I love it so tell me how this kinda came. your way. Short will vice. It's actually a sequel to a film called occupation. Yeah which was shot in two thousand seventeen and there you go. Yes so it's available out there in the universe if you want to say it nation. It was a smaller sort of torn. The wool began red dawn. Independence day past People in this small town who witnessed nelly and invasion and go to rescue this family and friends but of course this is just one small part of a very big global offensive occupation rainfall picks up ocupation ends which is the battle of sydney when humanity starts the push back into sydney and try to try to displace the islands. But of course things have been not going so well because the aliens are outgunning us outnumbering us and out matching us or they turned to do that. It's never easy with those aliens. They were always one step ahead. But in this one we do have a secret weapon might be your director at goo. Where's a lot of hats is loops spark. Talk about luke and I mean he edited this to produced it. He's a one man or might say yeah rockwood digits block. Look obviously ill the road. He directed and edited it and he helped produce it as well. And it's it all comes down to. He has a very clear mind what he wants to do. Now this is a film. The first occupation was six million dollars. Twenty million dollars so four or five times bigger than the first one. So luke had a lot of ideas about what he wanted to do and how he wanted to do it and he just so happened that he he also had the technology and the capability to do a lot of it himself so it made sense for him to wear a lot of hats that does of course many tixx huge workload on and this has been a mammoth undertaking for him. I think the the film really does speak for itself. The scale and the spectacle of occupation rainfall is quite remarkable and i think ultimately is a real testament to lose capabilities inside yourself. You know there are some interesting people in this. We might not see him. But we hear jason isaacs film..

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A Discussion on Leveraging Emerging Technologies

The Fighter Pilot Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

A Discussion on Leveraging Emerging Technologies

"The last two decades american nato combat aviators have been deploying to combat operations in afghanistan iraq another locations throughout the middle east with a focus on supporting troops on the ground years pointed. The middle east have been focused on missions and environments were american. Airpower is all but uncontested. He sustained appointments can with budget sequestration that began in two thousand thirteen at work for much of the capital stock that the aviation community depends on performance mission sustained deployment cycles of also stressed or pilots entered families. Sequestration was followed by a sustained period of shortfalls implied hours in maintenance capabilities resulting in increased fatalities in us military aviation particularly in the marine corps. This many either leave service entirely or continue serving in the reserves or international gar leading short shortages of experienced pilots on active duty during this time united states has begun to contend with renewed russian aggression in eastern europe in syria as well as a growing threat posed by china as this new era great-power competitions beginning combat aviation is undergoing some significant changes. I an aging fleet of fort generation aircraft is being replaced in fifth generation aircraft generation aircraft combined low observable stealth technology sensor fusion medium-range air-to-air missiles and unparalleled radar detection range into one aircraft giving pilots and unmatched advantage over any aircraft shielded by hostile nation. All these airplanes are exceptional in their capability. They're very expensive to operate acquiring increase maintenance hours in costing more per flight hour than their fourth generation predecessors second military is outsourcing adversary training aircraft also known as red air to private companies. These companies are able to deliver cost efficient solutions to the military for adversary training capabilities. Other aircraft are not adequate to simulate the threat of a russian su fifty seven or chinese j twenty.

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Edge of Eternity is Finally Coming

The JRPG Report

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Edge of Eternity is Finally Coming

"I got some fun things to talk about on. Today's podcast. And i want to start with a game which i briefly mentioned over the past couple of years and i want to go dive into it first and foremost and that is edge. Eternity and i've kinda held off talking too much about it as it's been stuck in early access for what seems like years on pc and but we finally have a release date for it It will launch for pc via steam on june the eighth with a massive update that adds an additional twenty hours of play. And we'll bring it's story to an end and If that sounds odd that's because they've been kind of releasing it in segments on early access to people who've adopted it early and The this full version of it will bring that to a conclusion. This is from publishers. Dear villagers and developer mid gar studio which is just an awesome name right. You can't go wrong with that but what's really could be an interest to Gamers outside the c. Realm is. There's always been talk that this would come to consoles once it was complete on. Pc and that is in going to happen sometime in quarter four of this year so october november december sometime in that timeframe they haven't quite nailed down yet so yeah alpha. Pc complete version of the game on june eighth. We'll get it later on in the year There will be for a ps five. Ps four xbox series xbox one As well as xbox game pass this new announcement is for. Ps five and xbox series. Obviously those weren't around when this game was first being developed There is even confirmation. There will be a physical version of it for playstation

Baylor Or Houston, Who Looked Better?

PTI

01:36 min | 1 year ago

Baylor Or Houston, Who Looked Better?

"Toss up. Who looked more impressive last night or baylor baylor to me houston had a big lead and they let it slip away and they won the game so good for them but baylor looks better and better to me every game that they play date. They were sat down for about three weeks. I think they missed on corona virus protocols and they lost a game maybe their second game back against kansas but now that they play with regularity they just looked better all the time to me. There veterans they're juniors and seniors. They're composed they can take you off the dribble. They can win games. And i think we're going to get to the point. Knock on houston where we end up with the one in the two and the three team from all year long right and that is the right to have that could happen. I don't i don't care about that. Like upsets in my tournament. But i'm going to say tony. You have the same answer. That i mean baylor you talk about guard play and the tournament that you and i do appreciate guards dominate tournament. They got their deepen guard play. I mean smart tough athletic gar play they come at you and waves sort of like the old houston cougars. You know guy. V lewis is houston teams and yes they had a king but they also had just wings in guards who just smothered you. That's what baylor looks like that. That toni ballard did struggle when they first came back from the corona protocol. Absence but each game subsequently. They've gotten better. I agree with

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Road to... navigating collaboration, competition and gamification in social media with @thevanlife_ - burst 01

Road to Thriving

05:11 min | 1 year ago

Road to... navigating collaboration, competition and gamification in social media with @thevanlife_ - burst 01

"It's supernatural reaction. Feel the way that you just described. I don't think there's anything necessarily think that's human nature just feeling this like you know you just competition as it can be as harmless and i do feel like we're we're pretty harmless when it comes to. There is a fair competition between you. I felt that. I totally agree with that already. Guys hello and welcome. You're listening to the road to thriving podcast. My name is claire. I'm your host as always guys. This is your first episode. Hello and welcome so happy to have you here. If this is a regula sit for you for the week welcome back. How are we doing today. We are tag with chris from the van life and we're chatting old things competition and collaboration. This is something that i know that i i really struggle with and i always have just been super competitive and it has been definitely to my detriment end so i looked to chris to someone who is doing this so well who is collaborating with so many different people in so many different aspects of what she does and i just wanted to sit down and have a chat with her about her kind of experience of what that looks like this episode chris shares about some of her most amazing collaborations. Show the flip side. What happens when collaborations. Don't go as planned when they don't work out as they were expected to gar- sire if you're someone who is like me who struggles with competition and he's wanting to be more collaborative Definitely tune in for this episode. Chris shares a lot of really good tips and tricks. And i definitely think i learned a lot so without further ado. Let's do this. Hello and welcome. How are you doing good. How are you So obviously like we're just having a chat today We actually just finished. Recording on your podcast. Which is kind of fun. And now we're doing it for mine so we've already been chatting for a while now but we're going to switch gears a bit but obviously you kind of know how i do. Things on this podcast. We do a bit of a quick fire. Yeah get us rolling. You're ready. i'm ready. All righty where are you from. I am from ontario canada. And where are you now who i am in rate outside of toronto cool so i am in my apartment side of city. This is my address super sitting in this type of chair torture financially. Can you change that. I travel memory. My gosh oh. I see i think going to be see. I think i am. I was really oh if so it's awful. I haven't been there in years. I was young and We had gone to visit family. I have family up there so It was just so the even the commute there because it's a super long trip from ontario changed my life. It was really beautiful. Locate tension to live my life. Nobody go it's okay. Nbc change my left to accent. Now i like seriously everyone's like you canadian length. No but i wish can. I claim it. Please this is a canadian. Giving you permission thank you. I'm just going to put it on my possible. I'm sure it's not a legal issue or anything already. City oh mountains. Oh months amazing. Top bucket lists destination right now. Here he would one hundred percents. Say that i wanna go to banff and i do But i actually really want to go to the yukon. I'm places in. Yeah i'm picking places in. I in canada but i also really want to go to oregon in utah and just listing all my place either. Tom com income. Like one reason. You'd want to go to oregon this kind of cool human. Who lives there. It's so many really beautiful places. I just want to check out so but oregon is like stunning. There's so many people in the community they're like. Why are you guys all there and not hanging out with me. I don't understand so is the reason that they're all there so a little bit. Yeah yeah and what happened yesterday. I think i might have my mother. She's booker flight with the same time. Like right now. Yeah right okay. Do you have a book that you're

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"garing" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"garing" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Actually in the book that i really like the baseball before my time. It's like the mccollum and stan. Usual willie mccovey like follow-through famous and But yeah the the way. That roy would benway over in the footage. Because you know. I've seen a bunch of footage of seventy sixth through seventy nine or seventy eight playoffs. Because he's you know he's in the postseason he's like a fixture. The yankees just kept playing pretty much royals. They kept buying over in the postseason. Yeah he was. He was pretty yeah. It's the guys that retired and seventy nine. So so when. I know like star joel and bench and joe morgan a lot of times because they just kind of bled over into the early eighties. Now then i saw you know. I don't know people that were playing. When i was paying attention in the book to the book is called batting stance. Guy a love letter to baseball You can find that On amazon for sure. One interesting thing that i read the book was you talk about the great rod. Karoo now rod caruso a hall of famer but he he. He wasn't a fly by night. This guy wants seven batting championship. thousand hits You put him up there with gwynn and guys like that. Would you say if he was any more relaxed he'd be asleep right. Yeah yeah. I'm on letterman. I even said If if you watch the very often between the first and second said she would fall asleep in the box. Out of the box it was like mark burlingame. Whatever career was there because he just stayed in the box and just hit and yeah cruise cruise. So rod peter gammons. Wentz told me that he talked to stream ski. About however year call would switches stansell to an ripken. he would switch his fans like mid game and crew. You know for people that remember from minnesota has that was more kind of up and down kosovo's loose but it was napa by golly early to mid eighties. I mean he was just laying flat on the on the angels. Yeah sleepy or your house was his. If if people are from the sixties you jazz wrong. Look nineteen sixty seven. Look at his hands over ned. Eighty three i mean he was like curled up into a ball. Hit the big ear hole in this like a ball could sit through that irascible leaning way over you can herbeck same at two fifteen his hands over his head and at three hundred and he was like hunched over like he. Was you know. Phil plantier amazing. Well go rhino. It's been a pleasure having you with us tonight. Thanks for taking time. Mattia sunday night to spend some with us up here on long island Any anything you want to plug last minute If you're on twitter at batting stance g instagram batting stance guy on cameo. You want to get something for your kid or for your uncle or for your team. That's really fun. Way to connect with people are getting kind of like personal shout outs and then yeah and And message me online. Anyway you can. And and by the way go by whistle go outside and play fruit loops and gobi mickey backyard. What advice that is thanks again. Gar reina's folks batting stance guy. Well that'll do it for me tonight on sports. Talk new york. I'd like to thank my guest yari. Morgenstein and go rhino batting stance guy. My engineer brian graves. And of course you guys for joining us rob kremer coming up next. So please stay put cnn. Exxon april eleventh. Folks.

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"garing" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"garing" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Well you know if you try to history why something happened. You're agreeing with well. No but we need to understand and what we wanted to do especially in these times is to show positive relationships. People trying to come together. Not you know schmaltzy at all. But just regular whom human beings I think a lot of television nowadays goes the characters the anti heroes go over the top man. You kind of lose the sense of just being regular people. And i think what we really have here or regular people not dole at all very complicated very flawed. There's good and bad like all of us. We all have done things we show talk. What did i know. Never fight that out right. Exactly yeah trying to work together. And i like the fact gary that you do delve into the aba as my listeners. Know very well. I am very familiar. And publicized the plight of the aba ballplayers Had darnell hillman George mcginnis on the program. Dr j. bob nedal icky I really enjoy the aba who didn't as a kid who didn't like the The run and gun style and the three pointers and the red white and blue ball It was really something to witness back in those days for a kid. Now did you consider casting any Former ball players the program we are. Yes uh-huh okay. I yeah we have some roles we have. Which would be great for former. Ada players you know older We in episode one. Okay we have a tiny caucus character. We have net irish. And we have bob cousy. No you know we're looking. They don't own only have to be cast in baseball related because we're looking at episode one three A former player. But yes we would love to cast. And i think what you know when you talk about the plight of former. Aba in what. I'm dropping dimes. Foundation has done to fight. The battle is just wonderful. That's true a great organization dropping dimes Thank you for mentioning that. Gary for sure now. Are you hoping that joy land will become a traditional television series. Yes we we we had this vision and we thought okay. What if we simply below it all up and changed the rules about how develop a television series the pandemic. What other choice do we have to use zoom medium which we do and we could use it. You know to as much as we can put. I think it looks as you know you saw. It looks a lot different than just your typical zoom meeting Conference call and then we want to show all eight episodes of season one monthly beginning tomorrow on our.

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Trouble brewing for tennis in Australia

The Tennis Podcast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Trouble brewing for tennis in Australia

"We've had some news tonight from australia. That a lot of the plans that they'd had in place that we understood them to be from the interviews that criteria the tournament director done. All the idea. Was that players would come in. Mid-december do that. Two weeks of quarantine play all of the pre australian open tournaments in melbourne To reduce travel and potential spreading of the virus. And that has. We've been told tonight in reporting by tennis channel. Initially that is not going to be viable. That players are not going to be allowed to come into the country as things stand in december at all and the first day that they will be allowed to set foot in the country as the first of january. Which if they are required to do two weeks quarantine at that point would take them up to about three or four days before the australian open is due to begin which is hardly ideal at the very least and potentially threatens the entire australian tennis summa Certainly those preview those run-up tournaments that That they would hope to run whether the couple for some of the other events that they might bring over from brisbane and adelaide and sydney. We don't know officially wear tennis australia. Stand on this at the moment. We we've only heard this news in the last few hours and it does follow comments from the premier of victoria. Saying that it's absolutely not a done deal. Plays can come in in december you know because of the logistical issues of bringing all these people in and they've spent such a long time in lockdown getting rid of the virus dampening down to the fact that they've had apparently zero cases over the last couple of weeks new cases So we don't really know where we stunned. I think the what kind of expect they may end up doing if this continues in plaza not allowed to come until the end of december. The the first week in january is to try to coincide the two weeks of quarantine with those tournaments and be able to get permission for players to practice and play competitively. I would imagine in some sort of bubble whilst effectively quarantining and therefore that would make it doable for them. Not only to run additional tournaments but also to play the strain open. But catherine this is Just generally this is a pretty alarming state of affairs. isn't it given. it's not that far away now. Now we're talking about plays plays would have been booked in planning to travel in less than a month's time to australia significantly less than a month's time in in some someplace cases and particularly exum i think because because the tennis will the i thought okay. I mean the the barriers to entry to australian and the price of entry is incredibly high but once their once the tennis world is there and and post three days barriers. It's a it's a kind of safe haven for tennis to exist for while and and flourish for oil for that to be thrown into some uncertainty Is is quite discombobulating. Ready an i. I can only imagine how the players in the tools feel about it. I i completely respect the position of If the australian government absolutely i mean we are in a glass house in terms of criticizing the likes of australia's Approach to risk averse approach to To covid nineteen absolutely But yet the timing of it is is very disconcerting. Absolutely me i'd say something. I keeps coming back to me when we have in the events after the us. Open rome and run gar austin a couple of times match just mentioned. I'm watching this. And i'm still wondering whether it really is right. You know to see all this international travel when this is going on it. Just it's hard to put the two together as much as we love the sport and wanted to be out to be viable at the moment.

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Wisconsin activates field hospital as COVID-19 hospitalizations hit a record high

Start Here

03:25 min | 1 year ago

Wisconsin activates field hospital as COVID-19 hospitalizations hit a record high

"President trump is back on the campaign trail telling supporters. He feels better than ever and that he's recovered from coronavirus. Had IT. Who is had it here? WHO's had? A lot of people a lot of people. You're the people I wanNA say hello to because you're right now immune. Year right now of you or they say that you know a tens of thousands of Americans are still being diagnosed new cases top forty, one, thousand, a day and infections are on the rise in more than thirty states. Oklahoma City reported there are no ICU beds available yesterday the city extending its mask mandate until the end of the year other hotspots Utah where a field hospital is on standby for six counties including Salt Lake City and Wisconsin where hospitalizations have nearly tripled in the past month ABC Stephanie Ramos is in Wisconsin and Milwaukee Stephanie you're on the ground their cases were already going up what's causing this surge in record number of deaths there. Michelle what I'm hearing from doctors here in Milwaukee is that there's this perfect storm of factors resulting arise in Kobe cases here certainly will resume now is no longer college in university spread as really the focus it's clearly community spread. It's pretty much all parts of Wisconsin at this community spread, and then there's the colder weather that's pushing people indoors where transmission rate is higher, but there's a cycle to this virus but bars in. Some parts of the state were just crammed people state Senator Mark Miller saw the images of people taking advantage of the end of Wisconsin Safe Red home extension people listen restrictions, Kobe rates spike, and then restrictions are put back in place else officials say masks can slow the spread of Cova even though the numbers are soaring while the current mass order is in place largely some say because too many people aren't wearing them so. What we're seeing now is kind of what doctors here expected they're worried, and this is why a field hospital has been set up here in Milwaukee. Because of the spike in hospitalizations they need, they need an extra place to tend to these covert patients that's opening up today or different now than. Before the. We've left on our Gar one doctor. Put it. This way Wisconsin is in a state of crisis right now, it's not just up to the institutions, but it's up to the individual and we know that wearing a mask. So distancing that's where it's at right now because there is not a vaccine comes also as major companies working on potential vaccines and treatments have pressed the pause button Johnson and Johnson temporarily halted a late stage study due to an unexplained illness in one volunteer, and now ally Lily announcing its positive phase three trial for its antibody treatment. How come. Well there's a potential for for safety concern that's why they've pause to this antibody trial treatment So it's it's a setback especially since as you mentioned, Johnson. Johnson. Paul's thereby axiom file when a ball in tear became sick. And Astra, Zeneca doing the same Madonna and Pfizer are still on track and we have to keep in mind even though it may be discouraging to hear that Another drugmaker or vaccine maker has put their trials on hold. We have to remember that doctor say these kinds of developments are common when it comes to clinical trials.

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We love you Eddie

WBZ Morning News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

We love you Eddie

"Music world continues. To pay tribute to Eddie Van Halen and his former bandmates Sammy Hagar. Mike Anthony, say they heard the news of Van Halen death. While on Catalina Islands to perform for Hey Gars Birthday bash. And in a new video, the duo shared entitled We Love You Eddie Rockers run through their emotions after the devastating loss Band mates say the news was like getting hit by a Mack truck kind kind of of of took took took the the the wind wind wind out out out of of of the the the sails sails sails

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Release Stress With Grounded Logic

The Daily Boost

05:38 min | 1 year ago

Release Stress With Grounded Logic

"Let's start by getting the big question on the way. Have you done your homework? Did you sit down and say where's my life going? How's it doing? Do I like? What do I want to get rid of some of the stuff I don't like do I want to bring more good stuff in my life if you will stop for just a couple of minutes today and think about pat? Things will change. So it works kind of law of attraction. It gets in the back of your mind you go about your day not thinking too much about it, and suddenly you're world changes do your homework. So. Let's talk stress. Are. You stressed I'm not saying you are, but you know in this time that we're living right now I think all of us come up with moments where. We'll stressed I know I've seen that started in March didn't it and it just keeps on going we have had nothing that they talk gal politically about October surprises we've had march and April or may own July August September October It's GonNa. Keep going and. What do you do about it? But one way idea with it and one way a lot of folks I know deal with it even though it's piling on top of you and sometimes a man what the heck to have trapped at home with my kids. By Dogs my wife, my husband, a staff I need to get out. Oh my gosh. What do I do? If, you're feeling a little bit more stressed. There is time proven way I've used in. So many other folks views. It's a very human way. By the way I began to use I think probably naturally Oh twenty, thirty years ago But when I began to study STOIC philosophy, it really began to make a lot of sense to me. Along with a Kind of came together my life. So I want to give you a very simple way of thinking about the say and you may not believe me but you gotta go with it. Okay. It's real simple. It's GonNa make sense to you, and if you will do this. Ever. By Car have. You ever gone to buy car. And you just have this beautiful carcass, put the best one I, right Oh, my God Gar car, and your Motion Starts Spinning and Spinning and spinning, and then the salesman sits down and you start talking numbers and. I don't know I. Don't know. I don't know, and then you finally got gotta deals like well. And you get the car. or You decide not to it? It's okay. Right. Is that ever happened to you. That's what you're going to do right now starting today with everything you do. Okay. So here we go. Number One. If you feeling, it'll stress. Do me favor just kind of recognize that you're there And also do this just remember Scott in your ear right now you're in an emotional state of mind. How do I know that? Because, everybody is emotional right. We all we're emotional beings. That's half the trouble we get into where it on our sleeves. We react emotionally it's there. It's like buying a new car right? Well, I love it I love it. If you recognize your in an emotional state. And Stress Real or otherwise. Is being felt by emotions. We all do that. But significant and usually good decisions rarely come from a place of emotions right? Even if somebody asked you to marry him, you're like, okay. Hang on let me think about it I. Love My lover going to you think about this I. You know what I mean right. So recognized where you are I know it's hard I know it's not gonNa make any sense at all like but man the world's falling apart. What am I going to do to get through this? Number two. Lounge paused even if it's for millisecond. Start Gathering facts about how you feel when I do this, when I have to balance my business growth and family and farm and Alpacas and all the stuff that I have run here. To spreadsheets I go to I go to checklist, I go to things that I keep track of data if you will. That's what it is. It's hard data it could be bad data I don't really care, but I just want to know what their information is power, right so I'm paused emotions are in check right now and I'm going to pull the data just facts because that's driving home feeling. Now to understand and give myself a chance to do the the next step, I want to be able to logically think this through as humans like buying a car. When you get emotional. The next thing you're going to do is logically think through it now. Emotions are wanted him things, right? You can logically come the conclusion that is good for you, but you might not agree with emotionally right it happens. So you gotta stay in the game here right? Emotional state of mind we're getting the data we're logically looking at it and no more looking for is not answers that make you happy. That's not necessarily case. We're looking for anything driving the stressing causing the stress and we're looking for options and opportunities for getting yourself out of it. So if you gather the data and the day is really bad. Okay I. got a reason to be stressed that in it's so should remove some of the stress, but then you flip to the next side. Okay. Great. I've looked at the data. And I'm stress were going to do about it. And you begin to find a way out I'm gonNA tell you this. In. I'm going to say ninety nine point not Naza hundred percent hundred percent of the cases warriors warriors worry just kind of happens, right? It most of it doesn't ever come true when you stop and pull a logical look at the data. You're gonNA find that it's not as bad as you think it is and you're GonNa find that certainly not everything is terrible. There's lots of cool things in lots of things you can do lots of options you have you're GonNa Begin to see if you'll look for it. And just that all by itself will calm you like I said, I'm a business guy right I'm kind of a data guy I'm a rule emotional guy but I'm also very logically driven. So I'm the guy that when I see things that are going not the way, I want them to go and starts to spin me a little bit and we all get. There we all do. The data settles me down now I don't always see it the first time give you this as well. I don't always the first time and sometimes it's a few days or even weeks before I even think to figure out which set a data to look at. Look at that. That's bad. That's bad. That's bad. That's bad. But if I keep going eventually going to find. Something that says, Oh okay. I'm just kind of overthinking this.

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BTS become 1st S. Korean artists to top Billboard Hot 100 with new song 'Dynamite'

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:53 min | 1 year ago

BTS become 1st S. Korean artists to top Billboard Hot 100 with new song 'Dynamite'

"A global phenomenon that has just at the top of the billboard hot one, hundred charts. Korean pop K pop isn't new though just new to the top of the American charts worldwide it is a multibillion dollar industry marketplace Jasmine gars reports. And with that Korean, boy band bts knocked Cardi B. and Megan the stallion off from their perch at the top of the billboard hot one hundred it's the first time a K pop song takes number one keep up has been taking over the world for a long time remember. The growth is no coincidence. The Korean government has been aggressively exporting culture for decades as an economic strategy whether it's soap operas film or Tape Hop Professor Young to real at the University of Michigan says the Korean economy is very much excavate economy since the nineteen sixties and culture is for the hot item of the twenty th century in two thousand nineteen report the Korean Ministry of Culture Sports and Tourism said the country exported six point three, billion dollars worth of cultural content about. Five billion of that is the Music Jeff Benjamin writes about K pop for billboard. He says, you can hear it in the music it's made for export. Almost every K pop group has a singer has a rapper has a main dancer. They really try to make sure that all areas of pop music are hit within one song. Also, it's bt his first song entirely in English, which makes it Super Stream -able and music business getting almost all its revenue from online platforms. That's what counts. With all the K, awesome Bob News who doesn't need a little Cape Pop dynamite in their lives I'm Jasmine Guard for marketplace.

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"garing" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"garing" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Concluded that Laura gar, excuse me. Laura, Laura car Figaro paid a postman working route in south Fort Worth to give him the cards. Postman reportedly told investigators exactly what was happening so officers tagged along the next time they met for an exchange. They arrested Figaro with another exchange. No word on if the mailman will face any charges after cooperating with police north tex- North Texas police officers continue to push back against the Dallas county district attorney's decision not to prosecute nonviolent theft under seven hundred fifty dollars. Some police departments are now calling for DA John Crusoe to put that policy on hold until he has had conversations about it with. Police Frederick Frazier with Texas fraternal order of police, so we don't have disgruntled store owner this says, well, they're cops aren't gonna come. I'm just going to pull a gun on this guy. Stop them from stealing result says he will continue to monitor the effectiveness of his policy Texas Instruments is increasing its presence in Richardson. The city will be home to the company's new production facility, which is expected to create close to five hundred jobs Bill sprawl with the Richardson chamber of commerce a lot of new high paying jobs, it's a billions of dollars an investment in the community was going to produce a lot of new property tax base and sales tax base. TI will receive more than five million dollars in grant money from the Texas enterprise fund. Clayton of old KLIF news. Vice President Mike Pence will be in Dallas today, he'll be visiting the city of Midland is well while in Texas, oh, speaking of fundraiser, the VP will then go to tour an oil rig in west Texas pets made several trips to the Lone Star. Date last year, including a trip to Dallas for the NRA convention. Chad Dickson KLIF news and the KLIF news time now seven ten time to check the money news with business update that worth radius Spencer McGowan.

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"garing" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"garing" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"You'll brewery, providing the traditional styles just like just like Joe street does and Ken produces some outstanding English miles. I have to say. What can is there anything that? You might do that would like kind of get out of the law Garing, and perhaps do an IP a poultry or something like that. But we do we have the kind of do experiment mental here coming out spring, which is a day logger, and they Szekely it's like a cider beer hybrid with fruit flavor, and that's such a little bit a deviation all done traditionally, and that's just because we will appeal to a larger audience of this is also a gluten reduced products which get asked about quite a bit. And so. That's of part of it. But I going back to the personal like lager aspect. I think thing that is just right and true. And always will be with our culture where I don't think as the IP or the super bitter. I've hit they're going to go away. But I don't think they're going to be a long lasting trend for for the craft beer scene. I think kind of roles people kinda like to have, you know, they wanna take something different in new like some IT eight has made like biscuits in Asia cocoa puffs or something like that. But at the end of the day, you know, have, you know, a log or something that's all it flavorful. But these your leave your palace Christian clean and make you wanna drink another one. And I just noticed that when I would think it's my first year in the industry and. I know these brewers into the, you know, a conference they've been trying these different beers. And they always end up drinking a PBR something like that. Because he's wanted to have something that's just either drink or kind of wrap your mind around at the same time. I'm with you there. I think I think the beginning of, you know, making all these beers. With added sugars them, you know, the lactose the milkshake IPA's and the stuff age age on cereal and pastries doubts round es and is and stuff marshmallow. It was I think it's people trying to make something that's out of, you know, the newest thing they're trying to make something new that's different. And then it brought a lot of new beer drinkers into drinking, but drinking beer, but you know. You know, I kind of equate it with either wine-drinkers where you start with a dessert wine and you move onto a. As you drink more and more wind you move on to maybe the whites and you end up with the dryer, dry reds of really get into it or like cereal. Would you eat when you were young you like these super sweet cereals, we bakes? Okay. Never mind. If you're English other English, the second English reference it none of us got here. Hey, it is the Britain. Yankee you guys the Yankees. I want to I want to go back to the coffee thing you talked about. I think any brewer who's thinking about Brune with coffee outta spend some time with a coffee boutique or craft coffee roaster that says into coffee as we are into beer. I did it with ten drops down in Plainfield. And it's first time, I taste coffee that tasted coffee that tasted like blueberries. I mean, it's amazing. I also learned that the more you roast coffee, the the more the less caffeine get so all those times, I was drinking talion rose thinking, I was getting really high caffeinated stuff. It was actually getting off it. But but now, you're you're and the other thing I wanted to say about your beers. We've had three of oh. By the way, we're on the Rumney. Now, we're on the rum barrel aged just a straight up one right now. These are ten percent beers are big beers. A lot of the. Russian imperial stout..

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"garing" Discussed on DLC

DLC

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"garing" Discussed on DLC

"So you won't or you'll you'll draw too many lands. And I think that's just a remnant of how old the game is. And they can't really change that of course. But but what they can do is like bump argue with creative ideas. And you know, there's there's more room for jank than ever before. Which just like, you know, random surprise win cons. I guess it's funny. We just talking last week about Richard fields new competitive tip card game called key forge, and it certainly seems like his whole career. He's been trying to get away from the whole lands ever since figuring out new ways to handle man on and that restriction. And it's interesting. But I I agree with you that it may be a little old fashioned. It was the first game to do it. You know? So there you go, but still compelling an interesting to not have enough lands to play a card or. Figure out that combination of colors that you wanna do for mixed decker. I still love it and something cool about how you could play this game off line. You don't actually need the client. If you held the cars in your hand, you you could play just as well. And I think that's that's the advantage of this land system is really lousy to have like deck, building choices. Yeah. You know, when you and I were talking in person awhile back in an event, I asked you a question that that still intrigues me about the fact that you are a fairy much God tear video gamer, but it doesn't it's not restricted to just one type of game. And I am amazed. I don't underst- I still do not understand. Because you explain to me that you grew up with a new, you know, you just want to let story again. But I could I could I I don't know exactly. How young I was when I was in front of a computer, but might that was into computers, and I had a three year older brother that was also total nerd just like straight out the womb total nerd more of a nerd than. I am like his doctor. Now, he's going doing doctor things. But but he wanted someone to play with and this predated the internet. So it was local area network. If you wanted to play quake, those those are marathon Azuma choice before I could read I was plopped in front of a computer in the I guess, the all those neurons just kind of solidified them just need it. You had to the only choice that older brother needed you to be video against your head to write get. I know I'm sorry for being so stupid about this. But like you are good at shooters and Moba and a card game. Like, it just doesn't seem like the. That overlaps in the ven diagram like I don't understand how you can be all of them. Well, I am currently only gold in magic. Garing, and I haven't been top a shooter in a long time. So. Okay. Good. The praise stink at games now. Five in the world at his are not in the world. Excuse me. But still yeah. What were you in the world staff the world? Yeah. Okay. So what else is on your of often only four people live in my house? Don't talk to me. You've mentioned gathering not a whole lot of this game. Like like just this week. But I've I really like battle rate really Al everybody's talking this game. Really are they because I feel like it doesn't is totally underrated. I want to not to go ahead. Name silly inside baseball name. But I to Kim prayers a house awhile back, and he was like battle right rail..

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