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"hallam" Discussed on My true Self – Podcast für Deine emotionale Freiheit

My true Self – Podcast für Deine emotionale Freiheit

03:38 min | 5 months ago

"hallam" Discussed on My true Self – Podcast für Deine emotionale Freiheit

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"hallam" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

05:47 min | 8 months ago

"hallam" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"And other international organizations and were able to get them this up some of the support they needed just because you are working directly with locals so the can do platform is one such example of how you can do that. But there are some other brilliant syrian organizations To to support that web directly Hand in hand for syria. They lost da Start many of them. If you go into the candu action dot oled platform. You'll be able to see several of them there that you can support directly great and you've crowd funded a hospital of world's first crowd funded hospital and helped seven hospitals in syria. So you really are on the ground doing the work that needed so if you're feeling frustrated at devastated paralyzed about Syria and you just think god if that was my child going to school. I just don't know how. I would let them out of my arms and you know given we've all had a wakeup call with covert of things can happen to us. You know things can be disrupted. And then you imagine that plus bombs and gender the genuine bloodshed around you. Children being bombed hospitals being bob. If you're feeling devastated by that go onto the candidate's platform because chipping in a tiny. Everyone wants to the able to feminist chips in a tiny bit. It will make a different. Sometimes it's easy to feel like the drop in the ocean but remember drops can make a wave and that wave has great power and it's lots of waves that make up an ocean so Give me your name and if you if you afford it you've been followed. Whatever share cheshire share with other people. You probably know the people that didn't get to have a holiday. Last year have got bit. More expendable income. Because they had to sit in the house and they may you know someone you know might give five grand or something like that if not share online. You don't know who's going to see that he's got to share it and whether it might end up so whatever you do take some kind of action today. If every single person took some kind of action from a donation to shed were telling someone else asking someone you know who's got some money to donate asking. An organizational rationing noted donate we really can save actual lives and help traumatized children and help. You will save lives..

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"hallam" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

05:53 min | 8 months ago

"hallam" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"What do you think the world can do to stop. Assad like when will is end like it's a decade this attack on the syrian people were and syria being devastated. You know. I live with a syrian man. My husband and i live with surrey and like family to us. And he's family to us and i could feel sometimes that radiating off him sort of that. Damascus was the oldest inhabit city of the world. Aleppo is the second oldest inhabited city in the world. And you know see what. Say one thing you knew the name. We're going out of you because it's the oldest city. The world's stunning stunning beautiful architecture. That will always be there. That was there long before you were born and it will be there long after now. It's like in pieces. How can how can a sad do this to this. Beautiful ancient extrordinary country and its people. How how can he keep doing it but be how can he be solved. What i tell you.

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"hallam" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

05:39 min | 8 months ago

"hallam" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"You've got one brow. Well why well. You'd think brad one eyebrow she listens for free to cali roxette gen bresser nelson much just amazing women. Why did they tell me just a little bit. But it took a polish woman in a waxing salon. Say are we doing your chin. And i thought i've gotta really do something. This is that actually comfort bikini line. I'll even take my trousers off at that point. I thought well below the waist. If you think the chin hairs bath love anyway. I've i've re sensitized to waxing. I because i was so good at waxy. The bikini wax for me actually enjoyed it sort of made me feel alive. It was the kind of pain. That was just a thrilled to me. Oh yeah nothing now. I'm dead that well i did. I did feel nothing. I felt a bit avert tinguely. Thrill cup not udal sexual. I'm not applying was getting off on it. But just like a bit of a wish from that who. I think it would be great. I think it feels wrong. To a wack sir to be secretly getting sexy sensual I do my own. So i'll be able to fit in. It'd be like i'm waxing and wanker at the same time and when you listen you're twins if you need to see you fit both ends thinking twice of i don't need to fit both in. I can just have a whack came at the same time. Actually wall had one for a while. I'm gonna give it. Well let you know how it goes. Haven't had one. What for wall woks..

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"hallam" Discussed on The Mindful Minute

The Mindful Minute

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"hallam" Discussed on The Mindful Minute

"You haven't checked it out yet visit goes FHU DOT COM and be sure to use code mindful ten to save ten percent on your order. The other announcement I WANNA, share is coming up on Monday September twenty first. It is the International Day of peace. And I feel like this year more than any, we could use a day of peace. So I am offering a super special six am Sun rise meditation practice. This is going to be a live virtual class however, it will also be recorded. So six am is not your jam. You could join me in ten am and still get this peaceful practice. It's by donation only give what you can don't think twice about it. I do not want anybody to feel held back because of money. You can find the link in the show notes to sign up, meditate with me set intention for yourself and the world to bring some peace into our everyday lives. Monday September twenty first six am grab the Lincoln my show notes. Okay. Let's dive into tonight's class. Take a moment to find your seat. So, if you've already had your legs crossed you my uncrossed them. Crossing the other way. If you prefer, you could sit in a chair feet flat on the ground. Either way hands are going rest onto your lap. When you're ready you'll let your eyes drift closed. If that doesn't feel quite right for you just to soft gaze down towards the ground. Together as a group here, let's take a nice big in Hallam. Xl out a sigh. and. We'll do that once more. So you're going to inhale deeply all the way to the very top of your lungs and then a big excel. Let it go. Home. And allowing your breath just to fall to its own natural pace..

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How Man United Can Get the Most From Donny van de Beek

ESPN FC

04:13 min | 1 year ago

How Man United Can Get the Most From Donny van de Beek

"Let's Talk Dhani fondue beak and. We're we're we're joined by Janjalani Hallam from our colleagues at Fox Sports in Holland. IOS Let's get right into it von Bake. A year ago he was part of the golden trio actually probably more than a trill for X. Now he goes to. Manchester United. For a fee that seems incredibly reasonable. WHAT FORTY MILLION Yet true. Night guys the first of all the price in the beginning I expanded to have fifty, five million euros that is. but then the corona came and I ex and FUN Obagi already a deal with rail it was in January. the deal was fixed. Everybody was happy fun to make especially because well, course Real Madrid maybe to get away with man united one of the biggest even world. they only have to do to medical but of course, it's always a the last thing that needs to be fixed the medical, but then corona game and then Real Madrid didn't WanNa do anymore because the actor refresh they had to sell players. So, to the fun to make a scene. On the baked team they were really really. Really. This pointed then didn't went on because they thought maybe a year earlier we should have made deal with another club because. Well, he came at the irs when he was sin but there are during the year. So many gloves informed Do you WANNA play with us like Aroma arsenal-spurs buddies? Munich and they always say, no. I'm not done at IOC yet. I WANNA say I WANNA learn here I know what I have. So in January, he was like all I mean seven happen I'm going through Madrid? I'm really happiest guy, and then he went on and lost weight. Well, there was a different There was a different ballgame. Put it that way. Now when he was a young plus the two thousand fourteen. European championship where they got to the final the Dutch and he was the outstanding player in the sooner. But he played in a different role to the one we sitting plan X. recently in everybody's asking Kenny plan the same team as finance, but he can play Deepa Connie. He can actually it's funny because when from Kabura. Who came through the first squad and he said his deposition is the number six. Position is good because he has a lot of power Most of the time used to play with the the the most kilometers behind his name off in the match he can penetrate the book he's he's really intelligent. He thinks he can play between the line. He said he's my ideal number six offer lushest show in a left I. He thinks himself he can be six. You can be an eight and he can be a ten but then maybe as. Can Be the best position I. Think he's GonNa play the number ten position and I also think he can play with Bruno Fernandes and also with football because he's the guy who's go into the books oldest time it's never ending. He's smart can score goals he has a lot of. the only thing is. I was wondering because. I thought the interview with Man United, C C with with from the Baker's British interview. He just can't play on midfield with with. With Bruno and Fernandes. This isn't that to attack. I don't think so I don't think it's do. Almost, everybody knows what's what's expected I think sold he had good conversation with him Wednesday I think last week on Wednesday he knew everything about him he knew his specialty and he also he's also convinced that he can play with the so I think he's going to be the number then man united besides daddy place with thirty forty four or on back But I think at United best position or is she come to be the number ten?

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Media Will Play An Important Role In A Cultural Reset

Trent365

02:35 min | 1 year ago

Media Will Play An Important Role In A Cultural Reset

"Welcome to day twenty of the lockdown here in Malaysia. Coming to you today from the state because that's reality for a lot of people around the world right now. That is the limitation of activity. Nick Society that you can get up and down the stairwell. I'm saying that because I know a lot of people watch this show and listen to the show actually have the luxury all having a backyard or even being being able to walk in the street so that I'd share that perspective for those of you that do have that luxury to understand that. It's not the same for everybody by any stretch now. The role of meteors interesting one and a comment from Simon Shepardson in one of the episodes a couple of days ago. Really got me thinking about the role of meteors. GonNa play in a cultural because let's face it media and media. I'm talking about everything from film. Radio television up to social media influences off today that collective media has played a big role in where we are today in terms of what we strive for what we aspire to what we think is the goals in life and a lot of people are saying right now. We need a bit of a recent. We need to go back to basics. We need to go back to the community. We need to go back to living within our means and whilst I think all of that is true. I'm not sure it's GonNa happen unless the media collectively starts telling those stories because if we go back to the spectrum normal life after these two any life after these and yet every time we to the cinema every time we turn on television or read a magazine or or going social media with bombarded with images of the aspirational life. And that's all of this stuff that we've we've sort of looked to today in terms of luxury then. I don't think we're going to get that cultural reset that we need. So if media collectively tomorrow decides not telling stories of back to basics if you like the cultural recent movement how long do you think it takes society in general to accept that? That's what we want to strive for. We WanNA strive for back-to-basics we now aspire to that community lifestyle. Hallam Garrick and it would take us as a community a global or local. Whatever you want to look at it from which perspective. How long does it take us to actually accept that as what we aspire to? And how long does that take to help the cultural recent because I actually think that if media doesn't go there then we ain't going to have a cultural re said let me know in the comments blood interest that interested to hear what you think about that already? That is it for today. I do thank you for your time and we'll be back again tomorrow

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Media Will Play An Important Role In A Cultural Reset

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

02:35 min | 1 year ago

Media Will Play An Important Role In A Cultural Reset

"Welcome to day twenty of the lockdown here in Malaysia. Coming to you today from the state because that's reality for a lot of people around the world right now. That is the limitation of activity. Nick Society that you can get up and down the stairwell. I'm saying that because I know a lot of people watch this show and listen to the show actually have the luxury all having a backyard or even being being able to walk in the street so that I'd share that perspective for those of you that do have that luxury to understand that. It's not the same for everybody by any stretch now. The role of meteors interesting one and a comment from Simon Shepardson in one of the episodes a couple of days ago. Really got me thinking about the role of meteors. GonNa play in a cultural because let's face it media and media. I'm talking about everything from film. Radio television up to social media influences off today that collective media has played a big role in where we ought today in terms of what we strive for what we aspire to what we think is the goals in life and a lot of people are saying right now. We need a bit of a recent. We need to go back to basics. We need to go back to the community. We need to go back to living within our means and whilst I think all of that is true. I'm not sure it's going to happen unless the media collectively starts telling those stories because if we go back to the spectrum normal life after these two any life after these and yet every time we to the cinema so every time we turn on television or read a magazine or or going social media with bombarded with images of the aspirational life. And that's all of this stuff that we've we've sort of looked to today in terms of luxury then. I don't think we're going to get that cultural reset that we need. So if media collectively tomorrow decides not telling stories of back to basics if you like the cultural recent movement how long do you think it takes society in general to accept that? That's what we want to strive for. We WanNA strive for back-to-basics we now aspire to that community lifestyle. Hallam Garrick and it would take us as a community a global or local. Whatever you want to look at it from which perspective. How long does it take us to actually accept that as what we aspire to? And how long does that take to help the cultural recent because I actually think that if media doesn't go there then we ain't going to have a cultural re said let me know in the comments blood interest that interested to hear what you think about that already? That is it for today. I do thank you for your time and we'll be back again tomorrow

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Glory Ali: Why Muslim Travel Rocks

The World Nomads Podcast

09:59 min | 2 years ago

Glory Ali: Why Muslim Travel Rocks

"Runs Muslim slim travel rocks. which is the name we stole the title of this episode Thanks Glory? It's the thought that among other things. She's Muslim family friendly destinations with Muslim friendly services. Mrs And accommodation flurry says you don't have to compromise your faith when you're exploring the world so let's find out wanting spider to launch the site so Muslim Tara walks walks is a blog that I created to encourage and motivate Muslims to travel the world. And you know some people. Ask Me why. Muslims need to be encouraged or inspired to travel the world world. And what I will say to them was Muslims. We have specific faith. Bates needs that. Need to be met so that we can travel and still follow our faith and at the same time it can be challenging when it comes to traveling so I created this website in this space where Muslims can get information of where they can go a eddie destinations. They want to go to where they pray where they can have a good Hallam meal and just enjoy Muslim friendly activities at any destination. You know it's hostile hostile to show up on a non Muslim destination and be greeted with Muslim friendly services than accommodations throughout the world. Is that increasing. Do you think. Glory absolutely one hundred percents I don't even example. So mustn't travelers people ask. Walt what's a difficult genus travels in wasn't travels for the same reason as any any other tourists more than fifty percent of them listen. Travelers travel with their families. They stay longer and spend more and there's also a rise of the solo female traveller which is becoming very popular Muslim. Women have a strong influence when planning a trip a Muslim travelers are one of the largest visited visited markets to the United States but few brands market to them And just to give you idea of how big this travel sectors in two thousand sixteen was is estimated. There was a hundred and twenty. One million mustn't travelers that spend one hundred and forty five billion dollars. It's expected to grow to a hundred and fifty six million travelers spending two hundred and twenty billion dollars. So there's a real confidence in that sector absolutely and it's growing in a lot of anonymous destinations are starting to markets and most travelers for those reasons that I stated before were a lot of the families. These are Muslims family child within families but are not dumping this question on you because I sent it to you willing to consider but I was recently contacted by an Indonesian woman. Who wanted to travel but there was now president within her family? She scared she didn't wait. A stops a center linked to your your cy obviously and she wants to be an inspiration to her children so that they can go off say the world and she wants to do it on her own. As Sir you said Solar women trouble and Solo Muslim famous chapel is on the rise. So what. What advice would you offer her? Well you know. This can be a little controversy the in Assam and I know some friends that I have will not travel without a husband or brother because his Lamad said that you should not travel without a male Guardian Ardian however that was back in the time of Jesus in the prophets and of course you know. The women didn't work and Sunday. The menu is the main supporter of the households of anything happens what you know who would support them But now that's all change and it's pretty safe now to to travel anywhere that you want to go but it's also with in the family so it's up to each individual you know. Luckily for me you know I told my husband. Hey I'm going traveling Over here he's a guy right just as long as I can contact you were good. There's no issues But I also do have younger friends in their twenties who want to travel and their parents give them a hard time because an Islamic woman's aren't supposed to travel by themselves and they're like mom but you know it's a new era and you time we can travel were safe so sometimes they'll come to me and ask me for advice and usually my advice to them. Is You know let your parents know. Tell them this is what I'm going to. You have a plan ahead of time. Make them feel comfortable. I'm going to be at this hotel. Aren't going to be at this fronts house I'm GonNa call you in such and such time And just make them feel comfortable in the more comfortable they feel and see that you are responsible young woman than the last their hesitate so there are lots of challenges. You've got convince your family. You've got to be true to your face. So what are some of the misconceptions both on the part of Muslims in on the pot of non Muslims in the in the travel industry industry. Yeah so so. One of the things we're talking about with women cannot travel alone which is not true. A lot of women travel alone. I travel alone. I'm married but I do a lot of Solo traveling And it's like I was as just to each individual person. So if you want to travel if you're willing to travel with your children I think it's a wonderful idea because I did the same with I children. I made sure that my kids went on. BE -cations every year even if it was a road trip and one of the major reasons. Why did that is because to me? Traveling allows the children to learn much more than skin potentially offer them and traveling abroad particularly helps improve positive character developments and the individual the identity as a towns are able to immerse themselves in other cultures unlike their familiar surroundings so for the one of your audience members and in much before that wants to inspire children. I would say my tips to her is no travel with the kids. Offer that opportunity for them to experience appearance different cultures and societies foods. Maybe they can pick up a different language Also I would set them up with play dates for children from different for backgrounds on. That's a good start even fair just at home set up the play dates with different from different backgrounds. So them when you're able to travel to any even even if you travel within the United States the United States is huge and even she go to stay. It's a it's a different culture. Even our languages is a little bit different. The view is different. You can go to the data we can go to the beach. We can go to the mountains. It's very diverse. Be here so I would always say that you want to like set our plates interact with other children from different cultures. You give your children books that they read regarding The Code Cultural Books Right. I would also try different foods. I used to do that with my kids. I take them out to eat different foods. And 'cause I realized early on with my children that every time we went out wanted chicken nuggets in French fries and I was like. You've got to be kidding me. I'm not taking you to this restaurant and you're going to have chicken nuggets and French fries like just is. Try this the like mom ill. That's green I don't WANNA try. I'm like no no no tell me you don't like it after you tasted it so that todd they started taste in different foods at now. You know they love diff- Larry's a film which is great so we know we all want our children to grow up in a world free from bias in discriminations and we want them to reach the dreams and feel that whatever they want to accomplish in life is hospital so we want them to feel loved and included a never experienced the pain rejection exclusion. But the reality is that we do live in the world in which racism and other forms of vice continues to affect us so discrimination Hertzen. We scars that can last a lifetime affecting goals ambitions like choices and feeling of softwares. So how can we best prepare our children to meet their. The challenges of reap the benefits an increasingly diverse world. Raise these children to celebrate the values diversity and to be proud of their culture so as the the Muslim travel sector grows. And you're very excited about that. I you noticing that there is less kind of attitude toward Muslims as individuals. Yes there is an auto you one thing. When when I first started travel bloggers started during the presidential election here in the United States I don't know if you know about my my background stories. When I started the travel blog I actually wanted to do something because I realized that this whole election was trying to separate raid R. Our nation And so I started the truck walks at all what it can do. WanNa walk but I want combat Islamaphobia at the same time. So so what I realized After the presidential election as the Muslim travel band was that you know instead of our country being divided. It's what you hear on the news all the time we actually came together. I mean I have never been more proud to be an American as a day that we had our Muslim travel bans. Went into a fact doc. Because everyone didn't matter what race so many people came out to the Air Force to support the Muslims that were in the air that we're going to be sent back to another country that wasn't bears and so one of the challenges that I faced myself is when I recently just came from Puerto Rico spent a week and a half Hyphen Puerto Rico But I have to be very cautious so when I travel I always have my passport after I have my birth certificate. Not many people travel with the birthday ticket but I have to travel with Nyberg certificate to prove that I'm American citizen because I don't know if I leave the country if I'm going to be allowed to come back in that possible. It should be. It should be but it's but it's not because during the travel ban. Trump was saying that you want any Muslim to go back to their country and I kept saying I am. I am an American. I was born just because I wear a headscarf doesn't mean that contrary I am an American and so the only way that I feel that I can prove something is if I have my birth certificate with me because my passport in this time doesn't really mean

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Bumblebees' decline points to mass extinction

Global News Podcast

03:02 min | 2 years ago

Bumblebees' decline points to mass extinction

"Hear a lot about the decline of Bee depopulation and various theories about why it's happening now. Scientists writing in the journal Science have produced further evidence that climate change is responsible support for sharp decline in Bumblebee numbers in Europe and North America and there are fears that if current trends continue that could be a mass extinction of bumblebees. He's within a few decades. Science reporter is Hallam bricks. They looked at populations across Europe North America and they found that the likelihood you heard of be being found in any given place on those two continents has declined by about a third since the nineteen seventies. Now we know that visa under threat from all sorts of factors pesticides habitat loss climate change. This is the first time the BUMBLEBEES. They really been able to tired to climate change and they think that actually declined due to climate change have been worse than we thought and it seems to be not just the the the increase in temperatures. It's the extremes so it may be that. bumblebees just can't cope with these extremes of temperature. Now they can't of course move their range so they are moving moving into cooler areas. But that's not enough to make up to compensate for the loss is. And how important are bumblebees. There are lots of different kinds of obviously. But how important Hooton or bumblebees. To our ecosystems to food productions on well they really important two hundred and fifty species of Bumblebee out there and they do a lot of work pollinating donating food pollinating crops pollinating wild flowers and without them than it does mean that that would change the face of the landscape. Gay Penny could put certain crops at risk. We wouldn't be able to grow them so well so they've doing a very important thing. They also provide food for other species of course not just for humans the food for birds and other animals so they're essential part of the ecosystem and what particular kinds of crops would be threatened. I will particular crops like tomatoes. Tomatoes the very important for tomatoes squashes and all sorts of things like data and wildflowers. So we really do need them and now they're they're according for much larger studies of Bumblebee. 'cause we know quite a lot about them now. Certain continents North America Europe but other places around the world. They haven't been studied added in such detail. And just finally you mentioned that the bees are migrating to cooler areas. Does that just mean that the agriculture particular crops. And so on would be able to move to. I think it's a question. We just really don't have the institute and it seems that that some of these species can actually adjust their range others authors count. But you get to the point where they just biologically cannot cope. It's so far beyond the they've evolved to cope with and then they won't be able to survive. Oh I but the real point is that even though some migrating the overall effect is is a massive decline in many species that they looked at I was helen

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"hallam" Discussed on Closure Optional

Closure Optional

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"hallam" Discussed on Closure Optional

"I'm anywhere at. The moment aubain blacklisted from the cannabis industry so basically being told by the government. Get a job in cannabis in this country so even though I'm one of the most experienced people I'm probably one of the best people to have any kind of us. Oil Industry not are banned. Completely White was naughty and I did it before I was allowed to even say with the new regulations at the. I wouldn't be able to do it anyway. Because anybody who's had any experience with cannabis as a cannabis use cannabis. Whatever you can't wait in the industry which is insane? What some of the best growers we have You know cannibus was on the market and and they never ever going to get a chance to get into the industry because they cannabis growers experience. Yes and we have some amazing braided some amazing growers and they never really going to get a chance is because of the regulations at the moment. So we're going to change that. Yeah well that's good man. I'm glad that you're doing it and obviously the families and the people that you're helping well had helped before you stop. It's it's just one of those things man like. We're grateful that there are people like you. That are out there doing shit and the more people that can know how to do it help themselves. I'm trying to get this word out the better I guess. And it's like with all things good things come in time. Unfortunately and it fucking sucks. You spent three years in court fighting the charge that luckily you got off on at the end so and that's another thing I'd like to sort of talk about as well. He's like a lot of people are out there saying off Mike and Myself. I want you to make it for me. So we're taking all the race for these people like grow if you grow it yourself and make some just for yourself. You don't get anywhere near as much trouble as Gordon for trying to help all the people that are held so you basically putting it all on May all the oil might. Because it's like I don't want to take the risk of doing this because I don't want to get in trouble but only if you take the risk of all that you have you lost destroyed. I'll let you have have to tackle the brunt of everything because onto scared to do it. Well this is what people need to start. Understanding is that there's a lot of oil. Mike is he especially the ones like myself. That doing it compassionately. That aren't willing to tightly sort of listening when people people aren't willing to live up to the rallies and and fought for us. You know what I mean like when it came to my court case not a lot of people actually came to two Mike. What Appearances and stuff like that. Because I didn't want the vices Bain shine and stuff like that and it's okay so it's already made a tackle the crap may Tikal the brunt of all the sheet the legal stuff the media. It's not all of that stuff because you don't have your face out there but you want me to give you the oil to hear you make you better so I will have to stop expecting everybody else to take the risk for them and and I have to start taking responsibility for their own healing almost sacred. Did it always fucking sick when I did it but I still did it for myself and I made myself better well and that's the thing to like. Yeah well this this is a fucking stupid thing to like that. We don't not. Nobody is able to take responsibility for ourselves. Because we don't trust ourselves we have got got a pathology in our community. My this entire culture myself included of like constantly deferring decisions to other people. Because they don't trust myself I don't trust that I the only way to learn shit is to try. Yeah we'll see that why turned always like that. I didn't like in all wanted somebody else to make it for me. I was a bit worried about Komo self but now the now that might also have realized. That's the only way to do it like I don't want anybody else making decisions for me anymore. I don't want anybody else make an oil from anymore. Hate so people offer to give you may oil and it's like not because like I can't trust anybody else. Lifelock can trust myself. Why know exactly what's in mine on our exactly how it's made? They'd come from one way. The plants from I know everything about more. And that's why I was Always happy to give all the people because all I trust to the K.. And that's I wouldn't mind having it tasted because I knew it was okay so you had confidence in oil. But I'll have confidence in anybody else's so I'm not willing to to risk my house host because God knows what somebody's giving you what they're putting up so I'm other race that responsibility myself and I'm glad I have now because it's changed me in a lot of different ways as you know I was. I was always letting other decisions for me. I was letting other people lead me in different ways and now of of changed now on leading everyone was like Oh you know. He's an opportunity that he's an opportunity. Now I'm going to make my own opportunities and all. These people were promised me things that they could help me and doing things like that. It's like no no no. They've all fallen story of realize. Now on the only person that can I can rely on and entrust and they're all need to be the one to step forward and all this stuff and once you get that twenty get to that point. That's when everything changes in your life because that's when you realize that you do have the power instead of giving the power away to somebody else and thinking that this is happening to me and this is happening. It's not happening to your creating this whether it be your out of whether your manifesting whether your thinking that this is going to happen and what people that constantly thinking badly all the time and bad things happen and ordinary always doing it because everything my life was just one concert piece of shit after another. It was just constant rolling. Bad Bad babette. Ed and I was thinking fucking hill. More office bad. And there's all these bad sheets happening and it was creating more and more of it but then you have to the point where you think. And that's what's happening on in the last few months since the conviction on the now conviction and the Cork Castle being over and everything off realize that bad she is going to happen. But if I can't thinking bad she's going to have the mortgage is going to happen so you have to try get yourself out of that possibility. Yeah that's very cool. Yeah we just stopping fucking series about everything is in precious an and taken shit on like it's our identity. Yeah what a great conversation. Thank you so much for doing this. so interesting and I. Obviously I've been watching what you've been getting up to for the last five years and I'm I'm glad you're doing it man and I'm sorry for all the fucking Shit that you've gone through but it is. It's I think obviously as you're dealing with it it's worth it for what you're going going to be able to turn this into and for the sake of helping the people that you're helping and overtime this will get legalize it hatchet. It's like it's a hard job legalization and in pushing towards leglislation and a and a opens you up for a lot of attacks from different people and I know that this is the only way to Mike everybody better because what because almost giving wife afraid. Everyone knows now that the only reason I was doing it was to make people better people will. And that's one of the this all along was just to my everybody better to to my people will be and the whole legalisation thing is a way of being able to make. Everybody will because the can't help everybody in Australia. Just myself self. But if we legalize then they can access products through the recreational market and train themselves medically using recreational products. Because they just assigning exactly the assign. It doesn't matter whether it's recreational weed or what label it's on. It's the same way to comes from the same place. Do you know what I mean. It's just it's just been put into these categories to troy. Might people feel different different. But like I said if we can get legal as we can get recreational surreal you can get it through completely and honestly then people will be well and that's why because then I can sit back and I think my job's done. Why don't have to help anybody anymore? They can help themselves and they not scared anymore because legal to do it. And I don't have to be worried and that's why because one day I want to sit back. I can just say everybody will. Yeah Yeah and happy. See the change. Yeah well cool. Good luck man..

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"hallam" Discussed on Closure Optional

Closure Optional

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"hallam" Discussed on Closure Optional

"Been Wade's and they using those by themselves. So what you get in a lot of the products that are salutes with. I've taken the taken with a day or the tate high. She out of a couple of other things out of it and then put it back in and sorry. They haven't they haven't got a whole plant medicine. And so that's why we're finding L. products on the black market working better better than the legal products because we using a whole plant product. That had everything. And it's what's called the entourage effect. which is when you use all of those things together? All the flavor is to your pains and an cannabinoid altogether. That's what makes cannabis the miraculous drug that it is when you start taking bits and pieces of it out of it you are taking some of the some of the stuff out of the best and then I functioned. The white would function if it had everything in. Yeah it's like using somebody's leg to run a running inning race when they could use a whole body exactly so that's why we always say to people that isolates right for individual if you're trading a particular type of condition you know that that will work for. That's great but if you're trying to treat something else like say at the moment people WanNa treat cancer. We see day now now it depends on what type of cancer is if it's a hormonal breast cancer then Jose Beta basically three to one. THC That's the that's what you would do. So so you would use a Lotta. CBW still need to shake you have to have thc for most cancers but if you're training normally a normal cancer you need three two one eight Shea Space Abd so you need lots of just a little bit of cbd so it depends on the canc- trading as well and that's because THC mimics estrogen. Is that right. That's what I believe. Okay I feel like I've I've read that somewhere that you have to be a little careful with estrogen fueled. So that's why anything this whole minor do you have to be really careful with J. J. will make grow get sprayed and sorry. That's why a Lotta people messed up when trading themselves at home and not realizing it because I will using hoity. Hey Chief for breast cancer spreading it and other oil Mike Is. We're doing that as well oil makers it didn't really know what they're talking about. What's spreading it boy? That happened hates at the beginning and it was horrible because gold as people come to me when now eventually dade and income and cyber been using canvas oil abuse and cannibalism and also say what kind of Israel and then they would tell me to be all mine is the wrong thing and so and it justified the people in the community. That just didn't really these are putting out oil and pretending to be healers but they didn't know some of the basic information nothing but a lot of people didn't realize is an hour paper where we still don't realize now. Is that if you kill a cancer too quickly you can damage the liver cancer Deutscher Trimmer since toxins hours during Uh Schumer the toxins Gary through the little. If you do it too quickly and you're killing the cancer too quickly you got so much thompson going through the liver you shut down your liver and you can kill the people that way and has been people people have done that. I have just done a lot just giving a massive massive doses over and shot liberty on fuck and killed him and so this this is something that's really important to understand is that there is obviously the quality of the plant. That's grown is important. The chemicals that plant in the long run yes important. People don't realize is kind of cannibus but cannabis has lots of different strains on H.. Strain is different is better for different things because h plant has has a different candidate. Roy cannabinoid profile so some plants might be hiring till you hate shape somewhat beharin CBD and somewhat have hates to see bg and you saw every plan on is different. And so that's why you can go to a website called leaf dot com which is L. E. F. L. Y. dot com and they have a resource there where you can basically search your condition and find the plan that will work best for your condition so then you can use that plot in oil price as gray that plan and use that plant in your oil and you know that that's targeted targeted fuel condition. Because there are a lot of people out there that have used kind of recreationally before and said Oh. I felt really bad from all other bad. Reaction and a lot of that hasn't been isn't the Canopus Abbas it's either the strain of cannabis using or in a lot of cases. It's the chemicals our using to grow those plants. We know these things page is they could plant growth regulators and and because a lot of problems and a lot of people use them because I might the plants like heavier and secure and so they get more money for them basically so one of the people in the right market growing for the market will Louise Page and all that is creating we'll use the Patriarch's in their in their cannibus and that can cause mental health issues. That's that's when people bliss starting getting the the mental health theories and the you know the paranoia and stuff like that is usually coming from the chemical was set in some in some cases it might be a strain that is just not good for you yeah high. THC strain that your body's not ready to process and so we walk in America when you go to the dispensaries over there and you're looking for I'm bane they banned from the US. But oh I have been paying for my cannabis is ridiculous. I was going on before I am a conference over there for the Seattle annacone and pain because I found out I had had previous series. So they band me vs so yeah but anyway so it is them trump's Holler auto so when I go it's so that I'm saying the way they do their and they basically the Nike go in and get the all the different jaw of all the different strains on the show and I'll get them all down and they'll make you sniff them all and the one that you like the smell of is generally what your body is craving. So that's how they get to choose a if you like the smell of Astros really good to you. It means there's something in there that your body wants your body's craving if if a smells shit to you and you don't want the smell is because it's something that you shouldn't have all that your body doesn't need and so your body will tell you what you need. And that's why sometimes you can smell the same strain right over a two year period or something sometimes market and sometimes more depends on what your body's going from what you need at the time and that's one of the ways found actually choose strains for payback school. Well that's that's one way tonight so the women are supposed to pick partners as well. Evidently so yes there was. This is pure Bro Science. And I'm about the share with you by experiment. Wants where they had a bunch of men where for three days the same t shirt for days and then put them into baggies and then brought these women into the room and ask women to sniff the t shirts and pick the man that was most attracted to them based on the center of the t shirt and then They'd pick their people and then they would genetically profile both the women and the men and the people the women most of the time most of the time picked the one that was their our genetic opposite so whatever genetic deficits they had yet person had the opposite for braiding Yes for breeding. We have a sense of smell about us that. If we're attracted to that person it probably means it will create the best. This baby's fucking amazing about this. Is that in every study. Every time they did this study there were women that couldn't pick. Yeah that we're like just seemed to be picking randomly and of land. They weren't getting it right. They've brought all those women back together to try and figure out what they had in common. They were all on birth control. Oh isn't that fucking crazy at is some the birth control. Stop them from being able to find Janet rematch. Wow So anyways that's interesting so it's cool. Yeah we definitely don't give the Old Olfactory system our sense of smell that the credit it deserves it definitely. I definitely know the other thing. I think that people don't take into consideration when they're talking about drugs obvious visa. It's now a lot more common but is setting if your environment if your family if everything. You've ever grown up with his weeds bad bad for you. This is bad. You're going to get paranoid annoyed. You're going to go crazy. You're going to be schizophrenic. All that shit is the fuel in the back of your mind. Any kind of psychoactive compound magnifies. What's going on inside your head and I've we've had it all the time like I've used I've smoked weed for ever since I was young and I've always had ups and downs with it? I've always had high like weird lulls also periods where I was constantly making me paranoid. I just can't do this anymore. I thought I love tweeted. I hate it you know and then I go through periods where I would be. It would calm on me down. Made me feel better that were periods when you were getting a certain particular top of Wade and so during that time when you were getting that weight it was like obviously wasn't good for you and when you try and change for different strain in that chain no because I was always just buying it from the dude on the street. One of our mates mates or some shit lights why you never know. Yeah so you ain't GonNa beat so in other words being getting some strains that really good and then hey martaban getting some. I I for a period of Monterey modern getting some really crash rains and so that period did you went through all that pain that had crept strain or interest ones. I will though they'll get they'll get a stack of it in and it'll take him a little bit of time to get rid of that and then they'll get another stacking and it'll be different getting it from everywhere and different people so it's always changing so that is something that we actually found that people at first thought it was the cannabis but when we lie looked into all they thought it was they and the way they react when we looked into and it was like the actual canopus itself and how body was processing it. So I I oh I definitely know at least personally that I have relationship with all things in my life. That can turn on healthy. If I don't keep an eye on it. It doesn't have to be drugs. It can be fucking anything if it starts film like it's contributing to my life in a negative way and I'm losing my way in life and I'm starting to feel gross about it and I get ah very acutely with. We'd like if I'm smoking. We have every single day. Yeah I'll get to a point where I just feel. Yuck yeah and then like I just need a break and then I just just I'll take a month away and then I have a little bit again and I'm like Oh yeah I remember I like this sensation. I can easily go that other direction and it doesn't make me feel good. Yeah and so just having a relationship with yourself from what you're doing everything in moderation and like you know it's like kind of assign if you go all the time time then you're not really functioning probably not coming back to the real world to sort of law and deal with things has skype a little bit injuries in skype stuff with it and it helps us relax and stuff like that so when we have to be in the real world is can sometimes be shelter system. I think a lot of the activists community have our weather purposely or unconsciously or whatever ignoring that. That's a real thing because everybody's not just medicine. It's just medicine. It's I'm fine and it's like you got to be honest with yourselves and people can abuse as a medicine just as easily as you can draw fucking morphine. Yeah that's just inside is inside that that it doesn't affect Johnson don't be an objective. Got To be honest about it. Because that's the thing I think that's really damage. To the movement of trying to get cannabis legalised at least here in particular is that we are in denial shame for relationships with this stuff..

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"hallam" Discussed on Closure Optional

Closure Optional

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"hallam" Discussed on Closure Optional

"A lot of oil? Mike is had a bit of a Corner on the market because they had told everyone so difficult to might not scared to troy in other thought it was gonna blow up or something like that you a and so when I came along one of the things I would do with paper with them. Sorry what I would do is I would help somebody. And so I'll give them the oil help them and get better a little bit because a lot of people couldn't do much receive and so you're giving them oil for free only. Yeah that's good. Yeah I spent quite a lot of money doing fucking doc and then but yeah so I would give them the oil to start off with help them. Get Better Shari them. Help works because a lot of the time you had to prove to people before they were willing to take a risk themselves but then once announced they saw themselves what it was doing for them then I would teach them to make it themselves and so they would then go on to be able to make enough to educate themselves the tough and that was the best thing because like when I got righted odd odd had helped battery one hundred people but I was actively helping about seventy of them because a lot of the three eight hundred helped odd got them better and then showed them how to make the oil and they invite. We're off now join it. Themselves didn't need to help them anymore. And so that was the process that I would go through so because that's how it was. I learned how to make it myself at first or sort of you know. I was just using cannabis just smoking cannabis and that was enough to help And then I heard about other people making it and then a couple of people try making it for me and then I found out I probably wasn't the best cleaners method that we're using. That's when I realized I kind of just going to do this myself so I was scared of it because I'm being told it was so hard but then when I realized how easy it was it was like this is ridiculous lobby to us all this time just to get us buying their products make an right so what what were you. What did you gavle? When did you start taking it? What for I came off chronic body white pine a nerve damage our Alger Triton Eminoni around show which is vice vice a nerve damage in the face and it's also call that the suicide disease because it's one of the worst pains it's caused it's nerve damage and we don't not really nice so I was from a car accident so I had a car accident when I was twenty? Had a whiplash injury started off. Just more neck had trapped in my shoulder but the doctors just thought what I was fighting up and didn't take me seriously so I sent me straight back to work and I'll wait till the family business so I'll wait very hard and so after about three months so I just collapsed so the pine was always they wouldn't wouldn't go away and I have had constant head. I knew there was something wrong but no one would believe me so. You just can't do anything about it. You just put up with it so I just kept waking waking and after about three months on so I just collapsed at work and ended up in the Hague on the ground. They rushed me to at the time because.

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Sometimes a Planet Can Manifest It's Energy Through a Person

Learn Astrology with Mary English

06:26 min | 2 years ago

Sometimes a Planet Can Manifest It's Energy Through a Person

"Because I want to demonstrate how sometimes a planet can manifest it's energy a person fixed extinction bellion he's an activist organisation based in the U. K. and the funding to do some details Kim Co founded a Jar Hallam hermit ladies the other person that but we need to back in time base so I think probably the best I'll make sure provide linkin so if the putting into the New Statesman 'cause that's covers who All the information about the Organization and what an up to digital output thinks to Mr Hallam's website itself and his treaty his book Coletta which is now called publishing deal for so we bite so this could watch Tom was born in Manchester and in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine he moved to Wales and started up nice organic farm and thought he do edgy book season and for at least two years running that was an inorder inordinate amount of rain and his crops ruined he wondered what it was about and the ads often a pig Baena bouncer but something wherever ended up at university and did degree in Activism canoes into the existed I think it's a king's quality number one in his first year university he we second year or something I don't know how many days doesn't investment that's happened he decided to go on hunger strike doc because the university themselves what contributing towards foresaw summit rather and he didn't Kareem event now so the man himself Mr Hallam is a tourist and Send Me Speaking Tureians aunt rebellious type people wanted to some studies on philosophy and this muscle memory skips minute he was a tourist but generally speaking as a general rule tours is didn't entrusted Passe in activism rocking the boat changing the world or any of these things that's note will tours is about so how did someone with sudden tours get that stage case it is wary now he's been in prison until ten he's just come out where we still at work with Scripts Quality Twenty Six folks are he's being released not too sure combine it was in court on the fourteenth Barrow Mavis Imprison for bribes imprisoning book deal for them book though for let's do some background this why would anybody want to be an activist what is about what's inner child that might suggest that as something that is possible so let's just go through the don't have both Tommy ages to find out where he was born but he's stepney-born in Manchester Anti Stat was Sabbatical Warehouse Purse and so he doesn't come from an upper caste poche family from and he's so we know what state your birth place fantasy details companies house and companies view after obesity in fact just start researching squad eweek Scott I'm so we've got said it's get this chance home so let's displayed what he's talking about the son is in chorus and regardless of the day malls is also tourists and the two very talked more dump them in the lesson degree appall so mas is the god of war this is who you are so that would accentuate his venditti to be manipulated in some way avid downs Loyd to Mars conjuncture the sun is that you could be angry to daily do all the time could skip cross about stuff the positive side to Moscow junked the sun is that you might be physically quite active now he birds suffer system would he does have his mercury in the sign of aries so even though he's a tourist he's got his nano contain how many toys it's on with my Korean areas it's not and when you met treason ABC's and aristotle forgets will buy mouse you're going to be things mentally quite swiftly as a fossil now if he had she doesn't but if you had his mother in tours we wouldn't be having anything batsman toll be an activist any shake phobos is but the tweet is not quite so she has met Kunda totally different sign from his sons

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"hallam" Discussed on Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast

Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"hallam" Discussed on Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast

"When thinking about editing is elements that can be difficult to get around or control so when someone comes to you and says hey we're GonNa do this giant rain seen outside and have all these handmaid's holing Iraq What's your what goes through your mind as a as an editor when you hear that kind of thing well. It's interesting. I I read the script ahead of time so I know it's coming but I'm like how the hell are. They going to pull this off and with lock hanging at the beginning of the episode. It was like you know. It's not just going to be one big letdown for people you know. You always wonder how how it's GonNa. All you know translate to the screen and you know we have a genius director. Mike Barker who just elevates the material always like he really puts hundred and ten percent in you it and whenever whenever he's directing I'm like okay. We're okay work it out. He'll he'll get it because the scripts are so good and it's it's a lot a lot of ask for director. You know it's a lot of asked for crews some of these scenes and when they come together. They're pulled off like that hanging seen that okay just like wow you know this could be in a movie. This is just like unbelievably good at the job. I'm sure it does and that speaks again to the importance of having a large good core overall team which it sounds like you guys definitely have so this year this year nominated for also so in the second season just because of the way the emmys work the finale episode which was the word so tell us a little bit about that episode and why you think that was one that the particularly interested in nominating you for it's funny. I didn't expect nomination for that to be quite honest. I was quite shocked because it it was a controversial episode and I thought sometimes people can't separate the craft from their feeling about how the story ended. I mean it in actuality actuality. The season couldn't have ended any other way. She would not leave Gilead without her baby. Anybody's parent they. We really know that anything. It's not apparent. one thinks that you know how could you leave your child behind so it was controversial. The fans were not happy ending but I think once I understood why I think it's okay but I honestly didn't think I'd get nominated for that very reason. It was a tricky episode to put together. It was tons and tons and tons of footage of you know the Martha's getting these his baby out and through the yard and out around it was a tough episode to put together emotionally it was tough too because we had the loss of Eden and in June had to tidy up from answering spoiler alert losing her pinky finger for trying to stand up to these men and so it was it was emotionally quite a quite a roller coaster yeah for sure so I was just thankful that it got recognized to talk about last year. You won for the first time you're nominated for the second time this year did talk about about the differences between winning last year knowing you're nominated for the first time and then the second nomination with those with those feelings are this time around. I still have a not my stomach from the I yeah I just I didn't even expect it. I mean this. Is You know sit up here in your little room and your bubble and suddenly someone breakfast is is your work and I mean I was lucky enough to be on a show where the work was being looked at a lot of the Times you were gonNA show and and people don't even even get to see it but it was critically acclaimed in the Ho season saw nominee. I honestly couldn't believe it. It was so shocking and I I went to the emmys quite comfortable thinking I wasn't going to win because I was up against game of thrones and I thought that was going to take it and then when they called my name are just it's like. Oh my God I have to get say something now but so that was just a just incredible icing on the cake it was it was totally unexpected acted and then again. I thought I just got lucky the first time and it just I just feel blessed like I just feel so honored that people are liking the work and but I I honestly Chunlian grateful and just so crowded the team. It's really she. You know I look at it that way every time hey there matey listener wanted to tell you about a brand new sponsor that we have the show. They are a another podcast which is awesome. We're always looking for great wants to recommend to you. They're called beach to sandy water to wet now with this is a podcast by brother and sister do Alex and Christine as they recap dramatic readings of one-star reviews written by real people in not so real problems whether it's a a bar no throw a policy Barista who's just too friendly or a school psychologist fashion sense they will cover everyone who has real complaints but not real problems so each week they are going to cover everything ranging from strip clubs in Vegas ghost tours. DMV's in Phoenix and they nobly will delve into all the schools that have reviews yelp tripadvisor and maybe apple podcasts because you know we like that phone with our review sometimes so how do you listen to him. You can listen to beach to sandy water to it on spotify anchor Apple podcasts or any of your other favorite podcast apps you can also find them on all social media platforms at at Beach to Sandy. That's beach. T- oh-oh-oh Hello Sandy check them out sounds like a great concept super excited to welcome the podcast two guys remember when we talked to. That's that is a point. That's reiterated that this this is a definite team effort for the show and it really really does show so we wanted to get your thoughts on the most memorable scenes that came to mind for you from the seasons of the show and so you came back with three one from each season and so I was GonNa let you run down those and so the first one you gave us from season one is the third episode of Season One which I always joke about it but when I tell people who are new to the show episode three of season one I promise it will back off just a little but really unlike a lot of things that anybody who is seen on television and that last scene which is the one you wanted to talk about. Emily wakes up in the hospital. it was just absolutely incredible and just one of those where you're like. Oh my God that's really happening on TV. Show that I'm watching right now so talk to us about talk to us about editing that from just a technical standpoint but then also talk about that when you read that script and what you're feeling as you had to know you edit that well. I mean I have to say the daily from that entire. Just almost go with me. I ended up before I get into. That specific. Scene ended up calling read onset going. I can't believe that you just make me cry. Watching dailies again again. It was a yeah into casino where the Martha gets hung. She does it all in one take so you're in the van with Emily and her lover and the doors for the male pin in the market strike out and put on my news and hung and the doors close and she drives away. That's all one take. There's no editing evolved in that aren't moment and was just unbelievable for doing those kinds of things to me so yes getting to the final scene concern. Kherson three is incredible because we are we all knew Alexis Cordell as Oregon and for her to break out of her shell and attempt to do seem like this was the first time shiver cried on camera before interesting and yeah and read had to take her through all of the emotion so after does she wakes up in the hospital and she looks down and she realizes what happened to her she then has to sort of go through all of these these the gamut of emotions so I was left watching a almost probably a six seven minute take one take of Alexis standing there and going through these emotions but what would happen was would walk in and whisper inner ear and and tell her okay somebody killed your cat so you know something to that effect to get her to a moat and to change her reaction so so that we could we could literally watch her in a series of shots go from shocked to a little like what the the hell just happened to sadness than to what the Hell Am. I GonNa do now and then to most anger and that was it's sort of the range of emotions that she had to go through and that's really hard for not to do so. I was left kind of with this one long cake and I was like how we're GonNa do this. I don't want to cut wide. 'cause that's just going to break the whole spell of it. All so I came up with doing jump cuts and I mean it wasn't a you know a genius move it just that was really my only thing that I could do to be able to get all these snapshots of of her emotions all in a row and so then read it came in and she was like Oh my God that's great and played with it and we had this really cool. Pr Saw and the season and they'd be ended up not giving us with a sawn because yeah she was her song that she wrote to the record company and it's a personal songs yeah but it works silly ended up with a another really cold song J. Retired and it's just as well but yeah cutting. That scene was really really really tricky and just to get the right emotions in the right length of the shot and reading. I tried a bunch of stuff and in God. We place such a such a moving scene an incredible scene. I think a really important scene because I don't know that that in a kind of mainstream now it's mainstream but not so much when you guys started but a show that had so much exposure and mainstream that that kind of thing had been shown before and I know even people that I knew were definitely questioning like what happened and I talked to a lot of people who had to explain to people what had just happened and so I it felt important and carried so much gravity that I it was. Just you know one of those moments where you're like. I've not seen you know much like that on television before feel like that when you're you're you're watching it. Oh yeah absolutely I had to really like second. Guess like what the Hell just happened tune and check the script again and it's like. Oh yeah that really just did happen and it's it's like you're right. People have to kind of think about it. 'cause it's so foreign to us in our in our country but you know as. Margaret says it happens every day in around the world to women and everything in her book. I mean it's happening and has happened to women and happened to people all over the world history began so yeah it's it's crazy and.

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"hallam" Discussed on Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast

Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast

12:47 min | 2 years ago

"hallam" Discussed on Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast

"Take a yes all right everybody. That's Justin for mayday. Welcome to the broadcast focused. We are interviewing today Emmy winning and nominated once again in two thousand Nineteen Wendy Hallam Martin editor for the handmaid's Tale Wendy has not interviewed with us before four so we're really excited to talk with her. When how you doing tonight very well thank you justin they'd be here so I wanted to give a little bit of background on you because I know no that you much like a lot of the staff and people that work on the show are also from Canada. Is that correct. That's true. Yes wanted to see you know what was your first exposure really to getting into editing so I went down to see a friend's band shing music video which was really cool for me and just so interested in what the director was doing and music videos big in the eighties and I was like wow where do I go to school to do that. So I found a film in school and apply guard in and I just ended up in the editing room more than any other facet of the study ended up cutting everybody's movies and really looked at it was kind of link perfect storm from the exit put my love of music and imagery and put it together in and be able to play and and have the freedom creative third of playground to two experiences and to be if I was any good at it. They've late model nights and loved it. My Final Year there was a placement program and I got put into post. Production House started as an assistant work. My way up and you definitely have had some success as you have. You said you know is one of these things. I don't think editing gets enough credit and I don't know that I would have necessarily been so so in tuned to it but I was. I WanNa say is Roger Ebert. I don't remember but someone a critic movie critic or someone writing about film one time kind of said that directors directors and actors GonNa get all the credit for how good or bad movies credit or the blame and whereas they say it's that editing of a movie and the way it flows can make a break of production. Is that something agree with that. You find to be true. Wow selfishly. I see yes of course but knowing you know knowing the business and yeah yeah I I. I have a lot of director saying that you know a good editor can make a movie that wasn't going to be as good as it should have been better. You know if it really tell us about pace and it's about emotion about where you wanna be with the camera. When I mean all those decisions are made in the cutting room you know they just get the goods from the top up to the bottom and how it's put together like a giant jigsaw puzzle but when it goes together and you don't notice yet it's and you're just in the emotion and searches can pick your way into another world. You know it's it's working. That's the nausea that eating when you look back I know growing up your big film buff than probably editing was in something that was necessarily on your radar to begin with but once you started getting into it. Did you look back at some of those films that had inspired you or that. You look back on in your early career your childhood coming up and look back and say oh. I can kind of see what this role brings to it so talk about some of those films. Maybe you look back on like. Oh Wow this is really well edited or you know that some inspired you for that yeah. I mean there. There's like the classics like Raging Bull and you know Schumacher who's one of my idols it it just was and I didn't even really realize it at the time that it was the editing that made them so phenomenal but looking back act now I can see what I saw in it not knowing that I could actually vocalized what it was just true to that film and I just think shoes such a master with storytelling and that's really when someone said and I can't remember who said like it was like you know a stories born in the writing reading room and it dies on the floor and is reborn in the editing room and I think raging bulls a perfect example of that. It's just one of those since only stuck with me and then not hit a memento which is another incredibly edited. Selam and it's all backwards and can't quite figure it out and there's moments of those kind of films along along the way and then you know like simple indie films that just hit you in the heart. It's not anything in the technique of the editing. It's just the choices that were made on the gay. Just six with not lingers in IT'S A it's a film about for a long long time being in the an editor to find it hard to watch movies now as you've gotten farther into your career does visit you more choosy about the movies that used to watch for pleasure. It's funny because when I watch a huge blockbuster I'll actually fall asleep. If there's too much action sure sure because it's just it's it overpowers my fences and I can't I can't even watch and it's also just the nature of the business. I watch TV all day. Um I'm still doing you know. My husband says to me. Do you want to go see a movie fun. No my eyes are a little tight end of the day so I do pick my very specifically and I check it with friends because they know me so well I'll say. Do you think it's worth me going to the theater. Am I gonNA like this. I tend to be streaming a lot more of really good television as opposed to going to the theater which is just a you know a creature comfort sure as a close to get going up. So what are some of those films that you've seen recently or have been recommended to you recently that you that someone said yes. I think you would really like this that you also agreed left thought TV for that matter if you saw any good TV good TV. I love fleabag. I just watched the first season on the recommendation of one of our our facebook followers and it was I still have to watch the second season but it's fantastic second season even better if you can believe it yeah phoebe wally bridges my hero. I think she's so so she's she's amazing. I just actually wrapped up watching killing eve the first season before I watched. Oh yeah absolutely incredible. She's fantastic so let's get back into a little bit. Tell me what the process is like for you so you you know you. They're shooting the show show and at. What point do you get the footage that they decide okay? This is what we want you to edit down to sell for example they get they shoot not too episodes at a time and it's all out of order you know they'll pick the order of how the scenes are shot based on location and actor availability pretty so I get the dailies the very next day and ice cream all of the dailies for my episode top to bottom. I worked very closely with my co editor Chris Donaldson so him and is sort of alternate episodes and then we have some relief pitchers sort of come in Aaron Marshall and any of already to take one or two episodes per season because thirteen is a lot for two editors deal with so I get the dailies and basically we try to keep up with camera and just sort of keep in contact with the director and let them know things are looking good or maybe you need to pick up a close up here or two very direct communication with fat fought just to make sure have everything many technically. It's okay and performances. It seems like editor would be one of those roles where you almost have to to be really adept at almost knowing all the other roles that are involved in the production. Yeah I mean to a certain degree. I think editing is almost more like writing in a sense so as long as we're aware of what other people do and what's good and it's it's more about you know what the end product is and what kind of story. We're trying to tell so that that you know helps with shot selection. We've gotta on ongoing thing with Elizabeth. US where whenever she's he's sort of in a tormented state we use the lizzy lands one of our directors coined it to twenty four Mil lands and it just it just it puts you inside offered Ted Ted and it's so you know technically we have to know a few things just because another director will come in and and say what what's that lends us on Lizzie for this moment or so we don't. We don't have to know a too much but we just we do have to know what's coming up. Read description advanced. We have to know where the characters are going what they're feeling at all times because that dictates a lot of how we put it together. I talk about how you you became involved in the show so you're Canadian having interviewed several other production stuff from Canada I go in assuming that you had read the the book and new of Canadian National Treasure as Bruce but Margaret Atwood yeah I mean I read the handmaid's tale in high school. It was a book I always loved and I worked a lot. In the past. Take five who are the executives just for post production on the show and I had were gonNA show called the tutors and Dan Bruce Miller was a big fan of the tutors so when take five were asked to put people's names together because I had worked with them in the past and I had pretty decent credits they encouraging mind resume in the group of resumes that they put forward and Roose said he won't have an interview with me waiting. You know at on just over the phone interview 'cause he's in. La In writing room and it was only meant to be a ten minute call and we're on the phone for about forty minutes so it was just a it was is a really cool interview. We just hit it off and Brucie's just one of these guys so nice on top of being re talented right and so it just take just one of those you know good luck stories that we hit it off and he just sort of said OK P in Toronto and that's how it happened. That's fantastic and I know you were mentioning some of your healthier year assistant editor and you get a part-time players as you as you said. I was reading an interview that you did. Where are you were like very excited that they were coming to help you out because it's obviously a lot and I know talking to talk to an crabtree and we talk Adam Taylor actually today I was the composer for the show yeah and actually talking to them. They both reiterated the fact that the TV filming schedule is just crazy and that it's nonstop and so talk about and trying tried to lean on that help and what would have a good team of editors really really brings to the table it's so true. I couldn't do it without them. Honestly I took over from from the pilot from Jerusalem Clark who started it and had prior commitments so he had to leave early and we hadn't even finished filming the pilot yet so I walked into it and was our first assistant on it and she is just a genius I do found design and sound is such a huge crowd on him to tell you know l. like in the pilot for example offered sitting there and she's got her new posting and she needs Serena she went spread for the first time and she's sort of gripping her hand and then Anna came up with the super cool sound design where hypes rattling and like a wind in a in a sort of rubble as we go to one of our first flashbacks ASHTEC's of to and around and you know being at the Red Center for the first time so they bring so much to the table we have a stable stable assistant who are just fantastic and worked so hard on my show and as I said Chris sort of my partner in crime where bounce ideas offers and you downsize his ideas off cleanly scream each other's episodes and we just make it cohesive in and follow through on certain things that we would so you know we have a second hand but we sometimes have to say now would June do this or would you say this like in this way. Do you think I should be in wide shot here the veteran in close up so we have lots of screenings just us and we try to get a lot of that out before the actor even get some room and then usually we we have co screens with the director the three of US thing we talk us through and the assistance get pulled in and we get to give their two cents. It's a real it's a real group effort absolutely yeah. Let's talk about your success as the editor new including your team here so last year you one emmy for the first episode of season two which was June now. I know one of the big things I always look for..

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"hallam" Discussed on Fantasy and Sports

Fantasy and Sports

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"hallam" Discussed on Fantasy and Sports

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"hallam" Discussed on Fantasy and Sports

Fantasy and Sports

13:10 min | 2 years ago

"hallam" Discussed on Fantasy and Sports

"You're already getting close this entire favorite shows and hopefully this is one of them on pop going Insana with fancy sports. It will revolutionize the way you listen to podcasts all right so how about we move onto the main event by seller hold for redrafted dicey so pretty really want to start with because there's there's a lot of intriguing prospects either coming out of injury older players younger players. Who Do you want to throw out? I start with so Julian Edelman because I feel like he's one of those players. That's <hes> that's that's hotly debated. Go in a number of different places in in redirected dynasty so I'll speak to redraft I during settlements going at the wide receiver seventeen position according to fantasy prose A._D._p.. In Mahaffy P._R. Leagues which is what I'll be referring to with all these A._D._p.. Rankings in I just think join cattleman there is a good value. He's a solid solid value when he's going around. Guys like Brand Cook's robber woods I'd like to have I'd like to join Ataman overdose guys just because I see guaranteed targets. It's I don't see much competition. Historically speaking rookie wide receivers haven't really come into their own <hes> that quickly obviously obviously were spoiled by two thousand fourteen but if you just look out think ankle Harry's going to have a breakout year this year and I personally am not aww touching him in redraft ended is the actually I don't like his on term prospects as much as the consensus does but yeah I I think that join Ataman pretty much is like he's locked and loaded for those targets. I really like him at the wide receiver seventeenth spot just before we move onto dynasty. I did a dynasty mark on her last episode. I got join Ataman at the ten dot seven in a twelve team league so <hes> <hes> how do you like that value for him than just expand upon do like Julian Edelman in dynasty. I think a lot of these older receivers are released situation driven dynasty right. If you're going for it all then you can trade for him like you said if you're getting in the tenth round of startup up <hes> if you're going for the championship then he can can get him. I what I've seen just from fantasy leagues that I've been in settlements still holds a lot lot of value for people but the big injury. He's had number of injuries one to two years left. I think for him and Tom Brady. The team. Already is moving more to running the football so I almost feel hey. If you're not GonNa win the championship this year you have joined gentleman so him off get twenty twenty pick <hes> <hes> you probably can go go give him to a contender. Get you know late first or second round or maybe maybe a move from your third to their first I <hes> and and make some moves that way that I think can help you more long-term. Though you know I agree with you and redraft. I do like him. This year and I agree on Inco O'hare yeah. I think it's GonNa take him while to get going. You know how good the Patriots are at drafting these early receivers right so so it's GonNa work out personally we like. I think I had him ranked as a my number degree dice number two or three days wide receiver so I know a lot of people are playing him as their our number one but personally with Brady soon to retire I think ballot chuckle go out with them and even if you put Josh McDonald's who is a very offensive minded Ozzy's Osi but if you put him as head coach I think just whoever's the next score back can't possibly amount how much Tom Brady was than with the run for I system even though <unk> us in to retire in a couple of years I just I really don't like 'em given his price. I'll take the big three rookie running backs all before him in a couple of wide receivers as well. I agree with you. I honestly all these receivers I I don't dislike any of these rookie receivers for redraft. I'm not really taking any of them but <hes> dynasty kind of staying away. I think it's a good class but I think you can find and you can find it was pretty deep. You can find those guys in the late second. I'll take the Johnsons Terry Lauren's instead of INC Yo Harry with the one to you know so that's the kind of with the I'd rather just wait and see who kind of falls into my lap than draft receiver Hi David Montgomery Second Round. I'll take Isabella if he falls you know as we've been on the topic of young writers levers. Let's move onto D._J.. More D._J.. Moore's a wide receiver Schieber twenty six thousand redraft. I personally would buy him N._P._R.. League's just because I see Cam Newton coming back healthy within the first couple of weeks in I._C._M.. NEOM as the more possession wide receiver and we'll be talking about Curtis Samuel later as well is also on who I personally like in a redraft redraft. I think he's going a bit too low for my case but I think D._J.. More in other formats more of a hold candidate just because see him him as more of a target take your and also the fact that I feel like his upside is capped when you have the certainty of Christian McCaffrey gang at at least like a hundred targets when you have Curtis Samuel being deported threat who's also going to take up a couple of carries. You have the wild card of Cameroon's nunes health than you have Greg Olsen who if he returns back to form he could be a great value and a great player especially in the decimate tied landscape escape that we have so how about him for dynasty. What do you think about? I think you can float him out there. You know I really liked him. <hes> <hes> coming out of college <hes> I think that <hes> I think that he's a good player but I do worry kind of you mentioned with Carolina I I think there are a number of targets. I don't think Jay Moore is going to be the number one receiver like I do think it's going to be Curtis Samuel <hes> and and I don't think digital Moore's really proven himself to be the number one guy yet so I think I'd float him out there. Maybe try to upgrade to one of those top receivers of people like that young upside the big the name only receiver to go in the first round last year. They might buy him I wouldn't I wouldn't sell him for pennies. I wouldn't just get rid of him because I like his talent. I just don't know that volumes teams. They're they're gonNA have a lot of two tight end sets Greg Olsen Indian Thomas as well. You know so I think like you do. I think it's going to get spread around and I never seem to get them in redraft I. I've you know there's always someone better. I think around that area that that kind of pass so I think we'll have a couple good games a couple games. Maybe a year here too. He can be a big time receiver. I I I'm with you. I just think that upside is camp. I don't think he's ever going to be you know the Mike Evans and the Antonio Brown's but <hes> I think he could be an okay wide receiver two or three down the line. I just don't think we see this year. Thank Rear Arctic in a really good case scenario would be like a high end wide receiver too. I think that's Kinda where his outside lies with it came nunes questionable health who they have behind them. I believe will greer like he's capable but I also don't believe in him taking Gigi a massive step forward. I think we know who he is a which is part of the reason why they drafted him because of genuine shoulder but I personally like I I don't Love D._J.. Moore's upside by thank you know what you'll get in him for a couple of years <hes> floor wise because because he he may opinions going to be the wide receiver one there but yeah how we move onto someone in his own class Calvin Ridley a wide under-sea recording for him as a cell candidate because I see people after him who had just much rather have D._J.. More Mike Williams rather have have Allen Robinson Tyler Boyd rather have all these guys in Calvin Ridley because I see a lot of boomer bus player who views for sure the number one in that offense and yeah. I think there's just better options behind him so <hes> what's your perspective on Calvin Ridley. I haven't <unk> holding dynasty. I have not a ton of places but a couple of leagues. I got him and I've gotten some offers. Some good offers for him and I think I'm gonNA stick around around. I think his touchdowns are going to go down. I think they kind of have to <hes>. I think we all saw Matt Ryan getting older to toward the end of the season which worries me a bit so <hes> that's something that worries me but I think he's really good n._F._l.. Player I think he's a good player and so the situation had yet you still have a high powered our offense. I think they're still going to score a lot of points this season and to me. That's very appealing so I don't think I I would sell him unless you're you know you're getting a lot forum <hes> and he buying him either <hes> just because the perception is still pretty high <hes> so I think you'll be fine and and I think he's gotTa keep producing well even if his touchdowns go down I think we'll see more balls. Come his way <hes> so I haven't as a holding dynasty. I think that is targets are GONNA come up. Nolan's Ray dispute talent. I also think that devante prevents return a will take away some opportunity from that passing housing offense last year when you have Ito Smith and Kevin Coleman as you're leading rushers I mean compared to what Devante Freeman was previously like. It's a pretty big drop off so I feel like Devante. Freeman coming back will lead to more rushing attempts but yeah I see I see Calvin release a value for more <unk> n._F._l.. Real Life Perspective I personally don't love him for fancy long-term or short-term prospects for where he's going a long term. I think that he could be like yeah. I think he has a chance to be wide receiver. Want is just that specifically to redraft. I don't like him in this year's draft than I have. Zero shares ears currently and I don't have any shares after his all over so let's move on to another wide receiver to in offense Chris Godwin. Who is the wide receiver nineteen <hes>? I personally have him as a hold right now. I think that Chris Godwin does have upside because because he is supremely talented in that Jameis Winston air raid offense under Bruce Arians. They don't have a great running back regardless of if Ronald Ronald Jones gets the spot after him. They don't have one of those Ryan Bax. That's going to demand pass valium and that's going to demand a lot of offensive snap <hes> offensive by carries in rushing production so I like Chris Cadran but appears that the S._e.. Community has also taken weaken the liking him and that whole often so I think personally right now I wouldn't move him up over anyone by one move him down under anyone so I they had as a perfect cold right now what about you actually just drafted him as a wide receiver one in in a redraft so I'm on board I I am holding dynasty. I think he's just too expensive to buy like you said the fans humidity's Kinda propping him up and rightfully so <hes> I think it could really we pay off. I think he's.

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"hallam" Discussed on Fantasy and Sports

Fantasy and Sports

11:23 min | 2 years ago

"hallam" Discussed on Fantasy and Sports

"His twitter handle is at Shane P Hallum Shane. How're you doing today? I'm doing well. I'm feeling good. You know it's it's it's July. It's kind of that that did time for the N._F._l.. But fantasy seasons right around the corner corner and we've got some some some stuff that's been happening recently so I don't know the N._f._l.'s never did to me. That always keeps going. It's always interesting to Ze- <hes> have the N._B._A.. Gets traction during this time you could always see those under the radar news stories than if you know about them that you get capital as during your fantasy season so I think that's what we should do. We should get into the news so <hes> I bid news we have here is Josh. Jacob sign just pretty much an update for guaranteed for year with fifth year player option good thing he won't miss any more training camp time yeah that was just just an update and <unk> as his knees feeling good but he also says he won't change his playing style so does not have any particular of value. Oh you to you for is see like do perceived them differently after his. I do a little bit I mean I think I think we knew where we were at with him and and I'm glad he's not changing his playing style. I don't think I don't think anyone wants him to if he's he's been one of the best running backs in the league. I think he's a dynasty bikes. People were kind of love the you know they're kind of hesitant actually his his trainer. This off season is named travail gains. I actually know him. He was a guest on a podcast that used to do with Scott Right from draft countdown and so travel has has talked about this arthritis. We've known about it. It's been there since college. The Rams knew about it. This isn't isn't new information. This isn't a new injury for him. <hes> it's he's girly knows how to manage it. It's all about how the rams when he use him with that adds up to them but he's fine so I think maybe maybe the rams relieve him of some carries. I don't think it's necessarily a bad thing for fantasy. I know we're kind of done with the three hundred fifty four hundred carry guys <hes> I think early could be effective with less snaps not what happened in the playoffs but <hes> I I think having that lead role seventy seventy five percents of the snaps be fine bringing Darrow Henderson or whoever's so to me. I think people are way too scared off on them and I'm. I'm trying to pick them up. Sure I see that in a Johnson redrafting redraft Ogden pickup girly anywhere I can the back of the second or early third depending on where I'm drafting but yeah I definitely see talk really like the Arthritic Component Disney. It wasn't anything they knew. A lot of players. Do have arthritis arthritis kicks in for almost everyone is just people are concerned because of the tornado prior and it's it's a need for running back which is still pretty important but consequently. How do you think like how do you value Daryl? Oh Anderson in dynasty. I know we're going to begin to buy sour hold dynasty redraft but what do you think about <hes> Daryl Henderson's dicey value. I think it's pretty good I mean I've been to have had a number rookie drafts. I think since this broke I've taken him in the back end of the first round of rookie drafts <hes> because for kind of for two reasons I think one if there is something with early like you talked about a new with a running back you know if even if it's not girly himself the rams are gun shy and they WANNA do a fifty fifty split and Henderson's the guy that he's going to get a ton of snaps on one of the most explosive offenses in the N._F._l.. They Cortana points so I think he doesn't need a ton of work to have fantasy value and that's appealing to me amuse the second running backdraft without the board. I also raided him very highly you as my force raider running back in this class before the N._F._l.. Draft so he was right up there with with the Montgomery Mall Sanderson Josh Jacobs for me so I think a talented player on a high flying offense and I don't think you can really pass that up. You know if he's good. They'll find a way to use him. He's a good receiver you know so they could use them out of the backyard. They can put them in the slot. They can have both those guys on the field and I I really trust the coaching staff to do some in creative things with him too so I think I think for dynasty. He's he's a guy if you can get yet maybe rookie year isn't GonNa be a plug in our Baotou for you but could be the Affleck's play can have some big games and I think down the line you know if girlies career is shortened at all Henderson's going to be a guy in a year or two. You're forgetting running back the best offense in the N._F._l.. When he can't pass that up I also like Jarrell Henderson law entering the N._F._l.? I thought that his Xining spot prior to all the Todd Gurley news I thought it honestly Kinda killed his value but then when you heard more more stories stories coming out about his knee about how Iran's are concerned there aren't ruling out a timeshare in that backfield like now. It seems like Gerald Henderson. Jason has more value but certainly a lot less like I've seen him be to take in so high the rookie drafts. I'm personally fading him because Issam taken ass is <hes> the won A to end the one of two in my opinion should be either Josh of David Montgomery either one who falls there so I'm personally fading him in Dynasty based on what I've seen but if you again for the right price as with any player by all means do so because he does have a ton of upside. That's a lot of people are targeting there. So have we move onto Taibbi kill awful conversation Louise and basically it is a four hundred full details about the audio between him and his fiancee crystal and basically it's very disturbing as was was their initial recording about the discipline is child but nothing really knew about what had already been leased. They admitted to spanking their son with the bowed. The broken arm was ruled to be accidental according to investigators so does this really this new information. Does it really change your perception of Tigre Kale Oh and the players in that end that wide receiving corps he it's a little tough I think it's kills a guy been following since college and and that came up in that audio right at Oklahoma state he he pled pled guilty to domestic abuse against I <hes> at that time girlfriend who was pregnant with with this child <hes> so you know the same woman that this conflict has been with <hes> <hes> plead guilty to it so he claims he didn't do it on this audio but you stood in court and you didn't have a trial because he pled guilty like <hes>. It says it's something doesn't match up there. I know there's a lot of cheese fan so all this exonerates so it's his words you know he can deny it and maybe that happened with his son but eh it's kind of a life issue too right. When you have a kid with someone you two are tied together for the rest of your life whether you like it or not and so him and Chris or tied together for the rest of their life and we've already had within three four years two major issues <hes> and so it's going to happen? We get like this isn't the end of this isn't going to be the end of the story whether it's real whether it's not it doesn't matter right because <hes> it we've seen with the N._F._l.. With Ezekiel Elliott you don't need to be arrested. You don't need to go to jail for the N._F._l.. To do something so you know for me I think I don't know what Tyreek Hill. I think he'll get suspended did <hes> for the incident in general. I don't know what it will be. Maybe it'll only be three or four games. Instead of six to eight games at doesn't really matter to me too much. I don't think it really affects the value like I really didn't pump up chiefs receiving core beyond him too much <hes> because there's no one really great they're to me I think it'd be traps Kelsey and whatever <hes> but <hes> I do I did have tyreek Hill in a lot of leagues and I'm holding him in Dynasty <hes> and then after a couple of good games. I'm going to sell them off like I don't want him. Eighteen something will happen again and it might not be this year might not be next year but it's going to happen under the same thing with Josh Gordon after he got knocked had issues in college with with drugs and marijuana then he got dingman the N._F._l.. People caught onto me so good. He is so good I sold them and I'm happy happy. I did <hes> he hasn't been. He's been worthless since so I think tyreek Hill it's GonNa end up that way. He's going to continue to be issues now. I sold him before this <hes> for like a future second round pick. It's not great. <hes> could have gotten more if I waited but but I'm fine with getting that too so I think for tyreek Hill it's GonNa be a long kind of a long longterm thing and I think for redraft. I think you can take him. Maybe with with a little more <hes> relaxation knowing it's probably not going to be most seventy five percent of your fantasy she season but I still you know long term. I think there could be an issue isn't since unfortunately it seems like they tend to fall one. After another as you said like same incident twenty four key men teams like this just keeps on continuing being in thoughts and prayers go out to the child is affected the the conversation was really just it was disturbing because of the discipline Sablan of their child of how they were arguing of the details that are so went into but outside for timing killers just fancy value value. I personally think it's going to be a six game suspension just because even if there is no conclusive evidence about the broken arm there is a history. It already looks bad for the N._F._l.. So I personally think that they're gonNA suspend him for Sixty Games in the opinion on the about because they did admit that both of them to plan their son with the ballot so I think they're going to hang their hat on that and also just <unk> p._r.. In history there they will suspended for that long. I've been seeing tyreek hill creep up into the fifth round of redrafting redrafting there. I just don't want to touch him that goes. I see other guys there as better values like I Kenyon Drake. You probably get Chris. Carson Aaron Rodgers like although I'm a proponent of late Q._B.. Strategy if you are one of those people want to get out get your quarterback. I'd rather have a guys like over tyreek <unk> personally but yeah so how about we move onto Melvin Gordon contractor trade. You had a pretty insightful tweet to govern contract situation on your twitter at j. p. Hallam so could you just break down y the situation's different Dunlavey on bell. I think people are scared right because just happened..

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"hallam" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"hallam" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Eight it by the spoonful. When I start feeling a cold coming on seriously, gotta try it, and a recipe again is fourteen cups apple cider vinegar. I don't know how much you get asleep. If you drink fourteen caps of it, you know, we'll go ahead. You know, we'll do we'll post that to Canada. For that. The guy with the weeds in his yard should replant it with that killer. Parsley, he might still get weeds. But who's gonna look. Okay. It's parsnips parsley. Well, we we're partially parsnips. You say parsley? Camomile tea before bed for sleep, second an eighty year old eats half a seat gummy at bedtime. Says he has better in his life. Doctor gave him this, the, the prescription for K well, and that's going to be legal soon, right? Half a gummy. Then you gotta floss your teeth. And then there's this, I have the perfect remedy for a guy that's been married for thirty years or longer. I've Saxon, my wife and boom, I fall asleep, which means I get three or four good night's sleep a year. That's the best spots now by app, electric. Steve, fifty six degrees in Chicago this morning. Chicago fire crews on the scene of an extra alarm fire in the city's roseland neighborhood. Fibro counted about free thirty this morning in a building at one hundred twelve in Michigan thirties, have set up a collapse zone due to a partial roof collapse, of the building, so far nobody's injured. We'll keep you posted on the store. You may see the smoke from this fires you had to work this morning. Seven people are recovering after CT a green line train derailed on Chicago's outside the Roman happened yesterday near forty seventh street. The victims were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. The green line service was halted for several hours cause of the derailment is still under investigation. A man is under arrest for allegedly planning to toss grenades in Times Square. New York Daily News says the unidentified man was arrested yesterday by the FBI joint, terrorism task fourth thirties, reportedly caught wind of the man's intentions, while tracking his purchases of grenades. Officials believe the man was alone. Wolf and not part of a larger terrorist group. And those are the headlines, WGN sports, the Saint Louis blues had the lead in the Stanley Cup final Saint Louis aided by miscall on the deciding goal beat Boston, two to one, the blues wrap it up at home on Sunday, the NBA has banned an investor and board member. The Golden State Warriors for one year for shoving Toronto's Kyle Lowry when he tumbled into the courtside seats in game three Lowry says Mark, Stephen should be banned for good the finals resume tonight in baseball, the White Sox after a day off pick up the schedule in Kansas City tonight. First of three game series of on Nova against Homer, Bailey at six forty right here on WGM cobs after losing to Colorado three to one. Welcome the cardinals back to Wrigley field where the cubs swept them in three game series last month. Cole hamels starts for the cubs who are tied with the brewers for first place this morning in the NL central and. We just talked to fill from Australia, and an Australian has reached the final at the French Open. Ash bardy a winner today in straight-sets over seventeen year old American, Amanda Anisimov. Anisimov was the one who beat Simona Hallam the defending champ yesterday. The men.

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"hallam" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"hallam" Discussed on KCRW

"Visual side of their career as defense. No. It was a real honor to be there with them from the very beginning and just to bear witness to Hallam as in the, the thing that I have benefited from is that I grew up during the hip hop era and everything that happened back then is now fashionable. And people really excited to talk to the personnel, worked with run DMC, public enemy or Notorious B I g or Jay z. And that's something that I've always had to my advantage because hip, hop continuously remains coal. Why do you think so? It's Molin cool. It is a complete global phenomenon. What is it about the hip hope because it's real? And it's from the heart. And when you see an artist that. Is sort of putting the truth out there on the line, you can feel it. And I think that's the thing that audiences connect with. So the me having an opportunity to work with a lot of these artists was really important. Because I got to be involved in helping to develop in shape, their careers visual perspective. This is a phase and you'll create its very much oriented to music. And then you kind of step into a new phase well after.

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What kind of president would Ukraine's comedian candidate make?

FT News

11:17 min | 3 years ago

What kind of president would Ukraine's comedian candidate make?

"Floods. Alinsky a TV comedy actor pays to be on coast. Unseat president petro Porsche Schenker in the second round of Ukraine's presidential elections this weekend Casey Martin discusses how he got there. And what kind of president he would make Roman audio audiology. Glue. We've just had a clip from a campaign video of Mr. landscape taking selfish with his team what kind of character does he play on TV, and how did he go from acting into politics? Let me start off by saying that Mr. Zielinski is a very funny and talented comedian who strikes the basic emotional courts with average Ukrainians, and I think it's very important to put this into context the country is into a six year of war in far eastern regions where Russian backed separatists, and it's gone through a lot of economic pain during these past years and his performances, including his comedy performances where he mocks politicians is sort of escape a release for the population. That has a lot of anger on various issues from lingering corruption to the economic pain. They're feeling in his popular TV series called servants of the people where he plays a honest schoolteacher who becomes president unexpectedly. He plays a. Character who combat's the oligarchy, it's a very popular widely watched TV show in the country, and it presents sort of the ideal president that the people would like to see in contrast. The current president who has a patchy reform record is an oligarchy himself and in the TV series of until the people. There are episodes, for example, where Mr. Dolinsky playing the role of this on a schoolteacher walks into parliament and imagine himself with automatic guns shooting in killing all the politicians in such scenes are scenes that many Ukrainians who are fed up with corruption. I'm sure would like to see perhaps maybe not in real life. But they would like to see someone who comes into power that really changes the way the system here works. I mean, he's clearly struck a code. But how did he make that transition into real politics in real life? He hasn't made a transition to a sort of a conventional Ukrainian politician Ukrainian still to this day. See him as the character in the TV show. They haven't really seen the real Mr. Lansky in neither have Ukraine's western backers nor even journalists because he hasn't really given a lot of face to face interviews. In depth interviews. He hasn't appeared on the streets doing traditional campaign rallies. And so you cranium seeing him often what they want to see is sort of character, who is honest who is just an average person who is fed up with the system in wants to change it, and that's really the unorthodox campaign that he's run his campaign is focused largely on two fronts mobilizing the youth. Electorate the young generation who see him as one of their own and he targeted them specifically through social media. Meanwhile, we have the television series, which a lot of elderly Ukrainians watch. Is he young and south Hello to say he's forty one years of age. So he basically grew up in independent Ukraine and is not Butte as the same as the current political stablishment. Who are all Soviet born and developed this people partially in the Soviet Union. And during the crony nineteen ninety s where a handful of individuals, amass massive amounts of wealth. So he's viewed as this anti-establishment figure by population which desperately wants big changes and a change from the current establishment with fresh faces. Recent polls have shown that sixty or perhaps more percentage of the population. Want a new face as president and new faces in parliaments a complete overhaul politically service really isn't extraordinary situation, a new sort of campaign, but what his policies how do they differ from his opponent? Petra parish Anka, you're right. It's a very surreal situation in many respects, and it's just astonishing. How popular he's become in a very short period of time since declaring his bid for the presidency on New Year's Eve, which was just several months ago. But in reality, we don't really. We know who he really is in what kind of policies he would bring in how different they would be from portion goes because he has been very short on detail. He is avoided as I've said in depth interviews on foreign policy domestic policy giving very general statements in many ways, the general statements that he's given since a group of several former fficials had joined him as advisors have been along the lines of the current objectively that Ukraine is going on in terms of foreign and domestic policy, which means sticking with the IMF program and with the western-backed support, countering Russian its aggression. So what are the achievements and shortcomings of Mr. putter Shankar as president has he done thing to tackle the corruption that seems to be the biggest concern in seems to be fueling so much enthusiasm for Mr. landscape. Let's remember that Mr. Persian go took power when he was elected with fifty four percent mandate. Just a couple of months after the my Don revolution sent a pro Russian president. Fleeing to Russia and Russia at that time after the revolution. Swiftly annexed Crimea and fomented a war in the far eastern regions of the country since taking over Persian go has rebuilt the army, which was caught flat-footed in the early days of the war under his leadership. That government has achieved. A macro economic stability creating the foundations for a healthier economy across the board. There have been significant reforms in removing the room for corruption in rent-seeking in various sectors of economy, including bringing market level prices to utilities and independence to the central Bank. However, the major shortcoming of Mr. partial go, his political achilles heel has been his foot-dragging on reforms that are needed to punish corruption in forming. A functioning court system to give a little bit of context the court systems in this country. Have traditionally been used by presidents and other top officials as a form of leverage over other politicians. They have not been independent. So it sounds like fuse. Yeltsin for his campaign is rather low for Mr. portion goes, yes, it's been rather low. However, he has made a remarkable comeback though. His chances of reelection seem distant his poll numbers about a year ago were in single digits in the first round of elections on March thirty first he came in second behind Mr. Zilenski, he mustered about thirteen percent support that is a significant increase from the single digit numbers that he had prior to that said gang back to MRs van ski his career has been backed by another oligarchy lives in exile. But owns the TV channel that screens his shows. Tell us about eager Cowboys we ski and why he had to leave Ukraine. Yes eager. Komo's ski is. A very interesting character we had to find out your times interviewed him a couple years back. He was camera shy for many decades, but came out into the open of Ukrainian politics after Russia annexed Crimea. He accepted the job as governor of a region that borders the Br. Takeaway regions in eastern Ukraine that Russian-backed forces in separatists took control over he played a big role in repelling further incursions into the country, and we interviewed him shortly after that and found him to be in some ways of very candid figure, but impulsive and obsessive in clearly one who seeks influence, and he had a big grudge against portion cone, those days what we've seen is that Mr Hallam Whiskas channels have been giving a great amount of airtime to misters Alinsky and his TV series in particular, and this has increased support for misters Alinsky. We also see. There are reports that lawyers that we met in the presence of Mr. Colin Moise are playing a sort of backroom role in advising, Mr. linski. There are reports that bodyguards of Mr. cola Moise have been hired by mister is Alinsky to protect him and other evidence of links. So there is a lot of concern that Mr. linski could be a puppet of Mr. cola Moise as Mr Puerta shaneco claim. Tmz Mr. Zielinski, however has denied this and promises that don't be no special treatment for Mr. cola Moise, who by the way promises to return to Ukraine from Israel where he's in exile, currently after the elections. So he may have some practical backing from Khulumani scape. But if we'd have situation where for example, he wins what sort of policy input. Does he have what kind of backing does he have in that sense much of what we know about Mr. Alinsky is potential policies going forward? Come from a group of former government ministers in officials that have become his advisors. They include the respected former foreign minister of Ukraine Oleksandr done. Luke who was a key official in relations with the IMF. And a former economy minister deliver wanian born Ibarra Abramova choose those two along with another individual who's advising him are saying that the policies will be consistent with the IMF program. And that Ukraine will remain on a pro. Western course, however. What really will happen under his presidency remains a bit of a question because he has not formally announced who will be members of his team who will hold what positions in the government and doubts are big. Because in some of the first comments that misters Alinsky gave to the media after announcing his campaign. He said a lot of things that raised eyebrows. For example, he described IMF loans as to expensive when they are actually some of the cheapest sources of financing that Ukraine can get nowadays. So what's at stake here for Ukraine? Why did he's elections matter? There's an awful lot at stake here for Ukraine Ukraine is on the front lines of Russia's broader war with the west which started in two thousand fourteen with the annexation of Crimea. There's also an awful lot of steak for the west here unpredictable leadership in Ukraine unclear governing could complicate Ukraine's relations with western backers including the multibillion dollar loans that are needed from the IMF their key to propping up this country as it faces. P conformed debt payments this next year. So there's a lot at stake for bondholders in Ukrainian debt, for example, questions about Ukraine's leadership under misters Alinsky. And no one knows very much what to expect for him could also test the transatlantic unity behind Ukraine and Russia sanctions over Moscow's, continued aggression in Ukraine, a vacuum of power in Ukraine, should it occur under his Alinsky leadership or more infighting could also lead to instability that could make the country more vulnerable to further Russian aggression. And let's remember that Russia really seize the moment, tactically annexing, Crimea and formenting a war in eastern regions in the post revolution period of Ukraine in two thousand fourteen when there was no strong vertical of power. So high stakes in a very unpredictable situation. Remers thanks very much. Thank you.

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"hallam" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"hallam" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"hallam" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"hallam" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"NFL blackballing him Hallam capper Nick has settled his lawsuit. ESPN's Dan garage Yano explains. Topix now out of work for two years. Eric Reed took until during the season to sign last year. Even though he's one of the top safeties on the free agent market. Just got a three year contract earlier this week. So as referenced in the union statement, but cabinet remains unemployed. So yeah, this was an effort by these players and their attorneys in the NFL PA to sort of find out if the league was conspiring to keep. Comes amid reports the cabinet turned down playing in the upstart af because league would meet its twenty million dollars salary demand. Of course, live at Miller park for the Arctic tailgate behind me. The field is covered up here at number Parker. And we're still more than a month away from baseball here. But in Phoenix two days in the books for brewers pitchers and catchers for manager Craig counsel this period of spring training is really about resettling things were brand new group for twenty nine hundred nineteen. This is a brand new year and. And for everybody. You know, it's it's what's next and so. I told him this is this is this this team. This underlying this hasn't accomplished anything. This is a new team. And we we've gotta make our own tracks here. I'll be here at Miller park all afternoon and all evening until nine o'clock with sports central for Arctic tailgate. So why don't you come on out and join us, and if you need to stay warm, you can go on into front grille. That's where we are. You don't want to spend all night.

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Democrat Party, Nick Clegg and Prime Minister discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

00:14 sec | 3 years ago

Democrat Party, Nick Clegg and Prime Minister discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Facebook has hired former UK, deputy prime minister, sir. Nick Clegg to be head of global affairs and communications. A former leader of the liberal Democrat party will move to California next year. Liberal Democrat Lord Allan of Hallam has already

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Carly Hallam, Daniel Tosh’s Wife: 5 Fast Facts You Need To Know

Mac and Gaydos

03:39 min | 3 years ago

Carly Hallam, Daniel Tosh’s Wife: 5 Fast Facts You Need To Know

"Skip some more hang with me you're with the neighbors too much yeah you're turns me off it turns me off mac your gut check yeah it turns me off definitely not turn you off their guilt tripping me there shaming me into spending time with my with my son or daughter and then i'm supposed to make them happy by bringing them to dairy queen i don't think that it's really good the blizzards good the oreo one but i don't have to be shamed oh man i'll tell you i mean do you like it do you do you think it's too much time at work you spend too much time with other people you got to spend time with me is it true though aren't we on our cellphones too much i am not okay i'm one of the only parents who is not on their cell phone too much no escape with their cell phone i mean you know everybody's guilty of it but there are parents that are always on their cell very true always they go home always on the cell and the kids are like what are you doing right and mom and dad don't even hear it because they're on facebook so dairy queen polite they pulled it because of reaction yes people do not like it the it premiered a few days ago it only stayed around for four days and it disappeared from all platforms good social media good you didn't like no i did i don't shame me into why don't you get off your phone now with my kids it's mac and gaydos check check in a store you have not seen daniel tosh very successful comedian to point out tosh point oh tosh two point zero right just came out he's been married for over two years and nobody knew he got married april fifteenth two thousand sixteen at an incredibly private ceremony in malibu your gut check have you ever known anyone who secretly got married and didn't tell anybody and how long did the marriage last i do i do know one person and he's probably listening right now so i just call them out j the firefighter he's one of those guys he's one of our best friends but he doesn't tell anybody what's going on in his life okay but did loyd hide it i had not necessarily heidi putting intel anybody okay so i find out you know i go to a function where all the friends what's so what's going on oh i got married what do you mean you got married the next time i saw hey what's going on just had a kid all for crying out loud wanted utech somebody wanted to tell people how long was he married before you found out six months six months that yeah and then like a year and a half later so i've seen it in the right we ever came up and then the you know one of the next hey what are you up to have you ever taken care of the baby baby have you seen in the picture have you ever seen for the okay okay i mean some people just want to keep it quiet even to their best friends right why do because it it begs the question what are you hiding i mean tasha his wife is very good looking very talented she's a comedy writer for a number of different series but why would he hide it for two years i don't know if he was hiding it i mean if you don't know does that mean you're hiding it i mean does he have to come out with the press release i don't give a crap at the guy's married or not who cares he did come out of the press came out with a press release the beat somebody else but i'm like why would you hide that that's weird i got ya brought to you by the joint chiropractic zero copays zero appointments zero hassles the joint chiropractic.

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