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Fresh update on "harry " discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

00:40 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "harry " discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Have to happen so fast, which helped a lot. There was no time to kind of sit back and think about it. You started playing hockey, which was good, but yeah, it was a weird feeling right away. I actually went and stocked your Twitter account. In 2017, you tagged Harry Styles and congratulated him on his role in Dunkirk. Are you like a massive Harry Styles fan or what? And were you aware that the big raised best Friends wife, Ted Lasso? No, I did know that. Olivia Wilde, right? Yeah, so we got some bad blood here, all right. I got your body. Yeah. I was like, actually a big one direction fan in college. I like one direction. Okay. Part of that, but me and like, yeah, we have some college roommates that not actually like their music. So we'd listen to them and I don't know why I treated that probably should take that one down. You tagged them too. I think you were looking at this. I was fishing for some. That's the only guy you could run with an NYC who would be better looking than you are. He had a tough game. He's like, maybe I'll get a retweet from Harry Styles. Yeah. Exactly. You're a big movie. That's usually RA's question, but are you a big movie guy? Yes and no, not huge. I want to have a huge movie buff, but I feel like I've seen all the classics, so. Yeah, classics is funny too, 'cause everybody's different generations. Yeah, this is like a Bill & Ted's excellent adventures. Well, I mean, they had the social we tweeted out today from our chiclets account they were asking a couple of the young ranges who Britney Spears Britney Spears. What? I mean, that's bad. They didn't know her by her name. They didn't know they had to pose this and it was a picture of Britney Spears. I think it was her first album cover. Oh, all right. And they didn't know who she was. Maybe if you said her name they would. But yeah, either way, I would defeat the purpose. It might have been their place. They've heard of no, I just wanted to chirp you 'cause you're not. But I'm actually curious to know what you would define as a classic given that you're a big one direction fan. Yeah, right. I would say dumb and dumber is probably my favorite. If that's a classic, Patty Shack. All right, it's up there. Good. Yeah. All right. If you read it all Brady, there's a great book about the making of caddyshack. I'll probably get a cheap on him. It's called the making a caddyshack. I could pull up your music class every morning at 9 a.m., very similar. I'm Hillary going on on the other side. All right. Yeah, lots of lots of tomfoolery going on. Oh yeah, yes, this is caddyshack, the making of a Hollywood Cinderella story. You can get a cheap on Amazon, but if you do read it, I like the hat. I just noticed it. Yeah, I think I did a little bit. Little pandering for the guest every once in a while. Never heard. Yeah, you guys brought those jerseys a little bit, huh? Yeah. Nonsense. I haven't worn the green ones yet. I saw him in the locker room today. They are so sick. Yeah, those are unbelievable. So good. They're pretty shop looking. And while we're talking about the time in New York, I want to go back to that time. I think it was the 27 18 season when the team management sent out a letter to fans basically buckle up for the next couple of years. Like, how did that go over in the room with guys? Did guys feel like kind of thrown.

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Fresh update on "harry " discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

00:36 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "harry " discussed on Woman's Hour

"Now, despite a ticking off from the Speaker of the House of Commons, Lindsay hoyle, the leaks ahead of tomorrow's budget just keep coming. Across the front pages and news websites. We learn that there will be a pay rise for 5 million public sector workers, according to the telegraph, 7 million, if you believe the daily mail in 8 million if you read the express. Is there going to be anything left for the Chancellor to announce tomorrow when he stands up in the commons? Well, we're going to look at the leaked giveaways to see how it will impact family budgets. But what I want to hear from you this morning is, what do you want to see in the budget? You can text us on 8 four 8 four four, text will be charged at your standard message rate. You can also email us through our website. So what are the changes you want to see that will make a difference to your family? Also, we're going to be heading to Japan where princess Mako has been forced to give up her royal status after marrying her college sweetheart. Now, under Japanese law, a man can marry a so called commoner and keep his royal status, but a woman can not. Or comparisons have been drawn with prince Harry and Meghan Markle as the couple are going to head to America to live. Eyebrows were raised when the groom flew in from the state sporting long hair in a ponytail. Can you imagine? Or this morning, I want to hear what of you given up for love. It doesn't obviously have to be a royal title title. It could be a job, maybe you move country. Perhaps it was more serious, perhaps it caused a family rift. You can text us 8 four 8 four four, or you can get in touch via social media at BBC women's hour. So what have or what would you give up for love and some heartwarming stories would be appreciated this morning? Now while we're talking about love, when you look back over your past relationships, do you see patterns, whether it's being drawn to bad boys, ending up with narcissists or falling for someone who needs to be looked after. It's not unusual for us to end up in the same kind of toxic relationships again and again. So how do you break the pattern? Well, four women have shared their very personal experience with women's eye reporter Millie Charles. Today, we hear Nina's story. And we're also going to be speaking to the world renowned wig maker Angela Cobb and she has worked with stars from Judi Dench to Jane Collins. She's here to talk about her memoir, and she's also brought a couple of weeks into the studio. So I've been looking forward to seeing those later on. Now, the front pages are awash with leaks ahead of tomorrow's budget. Many are focusing on the pay rise for millions of public sector workers. The eye, however, focuses on the lack of cash for schools, reporting that the Chancellor Rishi sunak appears to be ruling out longer school days and extra tutoring for peoples needing to catch up after the COVID lockdowns..

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Fresh update on "harry " discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

01:00 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "harry " discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"For that guy with a mild note interesting. I'm going with the mauled. Yes on his way now to preface. I don't think we can have a entry norquist unless we agree on it so we can still debate. And maybe i can sway cam. But let's see what we can do. I firstly. I think this is a really fun. Fill like we said. The villains are kind of interchangeable and kind of. Wait and good love backstory. mr meaning does. It's mr minion to you. To the surprise of no one because tony shalhoub and then proceeds to be not very menacing for the of the film terry hatches just there and she's bold robert. Patrick shows up the big in the end of the film to radio. You're waiting for his allen coming and he becomes a gu-guy so you have really got that and then of course as you mentioned the cg is is bad. But i i don't hold the cg against i can give that a pass. Because i think that's a thing to do with its time is. This has been made in the sixties. It would look iron. Why would it just be seeing strings from the ceiling. I feel like cg has aged in a way that is not watchable. Like i think practical effects have held up a lot better than early. Cg early cg as rendered like a lot of movies unwatchable. i always i. I know i shouldn't be referencing. Star trek a spy movie. Podcast but i when i think about bad. Cg from around this time. I always go back to star trek. Voyager and the species eight four seven two wishes alien species and they're completely c. rented and they look absolutely awful. Now you want you on a wide screen. Hdtv it's abysmal. it's basically just as gray blur on the screen. Slapping harry came around and this is what i think of orient bond. Soon nami serving. It just looks bad. I'm willing to give that the pass..

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Fresh update on "harry " discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast

The Marie Forleo Podcast

00:48 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "harry " discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast

"It, go write your own book. And you know what? You won't. Guess what? You won't, you won't, and guess what? I did and therefore I won. 'cause mine's finished, and yours doesn't even exist, and now you're criticizing. This is like an imaginary conversation by the way, with people who have never heard of me. You know, but that's how I got through that first book was just like, I just want it done because as my mother always taught me, done is better than good, you know? The world's full of a bunch of really, really good, not done stuff. Yes, Liz done is better than good. Now, if you're a student of the copy cure, you may recognize this next writer and marketer Cole schaeffer. If you want to make sure you're writing makes a particular impact, this next piece of advice is for you. What's the difference from your point of view between creative writing and copywriting and why do you feel that it's so important that you make that distinction before you sit down to write? Because I know you also obviously wrote write poetry to. Yeah, sure. So creative creative writing versus copywriting. When you pick up, let's say like a novel by Ernest Hemingway or J. K. Rowling. By the end of that book, they want to tell you a really good story and they want to entertain you. But there's not a goal or a specific action that they're hoping you do after having read that book, right? I mean, you don't read Harry Potter and go out and buy a wand or a wizard hat. You just read it and it's a really good story. And you might turn into a raving fan. But that's just kind of all it is. Whereas with copywriting, you, to be a good copywriter, anytime you sit down to write, you have to have an action in mind that you want the reader to do after having read whatever you had written. And a lot of times, that's where I see copywriters screw up. Is there's never that call to action at the end of it all. They might ride along blog post or ride along email or whatever and you get to the bottom of it and you're kind of scratching your head like, what did you, what do you want me to do? And so as a copywriter, any time you sit down, you have to before you write anything, you have to ask yourself, what is it I want this person to do after reading this? You know, do I want them to subscribe to my newsletter? Do I want them to buy my product or service? Do I want them to leave a review on my podcast? And then when you start from the end action, you can kind of work your way back and decide how you want to go about riding whatever piece you're riding to get them to do that thing. So copywriting is action where it's riding, I think, is more so sharing ideas and stories and entertainment. Well, I gotta say, speaking of calls to action, get ready to listen to one of my favorite authors of all time, mister Steven pressfield. He's about to share why sitting down to write can be such a struggle for all of us. Hint, it has nothing to do with how talented you are or whether or not you're good enough. Have a listen. Resistance with a capital R for me. If this were your keyboard here and you were going to sit down to write a novel or screenplay or something and you sat down the first day and it was blank, radiating off that screen like radioactive magma would be a negative force, saying, let's not do this today. Let's go have a drink. Let's go to the beach. Let's do something else. And it also would say things like, who do you think you are to tackle this project? You have no experience to have cares about your ideas. Everything's been done before. You know, it's all of those self sabotage things. There seems to be a force in the world that is a negative force against anything that we any dream that we would have. An analogy that I always use is if the dream is a tree, resistance is the shadow that's and as soon as the tree appears, the shadow appears, right? So it's that negative force that prevents us or trying to prevent us, and it seems to me that overcoming resistance is far more important than talent. Or anything else. Yes. Any gift there are a million people who have talent, but it's a very, very few that can sit down, you know, and take it all away from, you know, a to Z now, if you're thinking, but Marie, I'm one of those people who struggle to take it from a to Z do not beat yourself up and you need to listen to my friend, Danny Shapiro. Everyone faces those inner demons when they sit down to write. So you've got to stop waiting for them to disappear or for you to feel more confident or for someone to give you permission to write what's in your heart. I think the permission to refer to yourself as a writer before the world has gotten on board is one of the most challenging things I think for writers are starting out. I remember when I was a young writer writing my first novel living in New York City and I would constantly be asked, so what do you do? And I would say I'm a writer. Oh, have I read anything you've written? Well, not yet. And then a couple of years later, you know, and there's like dread that question and then a couple of years later I had this first novel that was coming out from double day and I was looking forward to that questions. Like, oh, what do you do? I'm a writer. Have I read anything you've written? Well, actually, I have a first novel that just come out from double day. Is it a bestseller? Is it gonna be a movie? So one aspect of this is that if, you know, the goal posts continue to change and change and change. So the idea of ever waiting for the world to grant you permission in some way is just it's a waste of energy and it's a waste of emotion and of time because one of the things about setting down words on the blank page is the world is never waiting for whatever it is that you're going to produce. The world is not saying we need this book. Yes. That doesn't happen. So it requires this sense of urgency about something that has to come from an internal place. But I think in terms of confidence and courage, you know, we're talking quite a bit about honesty on the page and fear of betraying others or betraying trust or all of that. There is a kind of, I think people mistake confidence and this idea of what that's supposed to look like. What that looks like on social media, what that looks like on television, what that looks like in our culture with what it really takes to do the work which is courage. It's not the same thing. Courage is facing your fear and doing it anyway. Gosh isn't Danny just amazing? Doesn't this make you just want to sit down and write? But let's say you sit down to write and nothing seems to come out. I mean, you try and try and try and you just got nothing..

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Fresh update on "harry " discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

00:28 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "harry " discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"That's unfortunate she's going but it takes a punt having these two guys be late now. Having kids films is tough enough having led by kids and child actors is another punt down the field as well. And i think they both deliver i. I i definitely put myself into maybe more common shoes than than judy. Personally i think kids films are very difficult. Because they often say with children's performances the quality of them can be strongly measured by The director and the adult actors the working with now in this case the keys actually don't have a lot of adult actors to act off of regularly. They do have scenes with trae ho and their parents incoming but by and large they are on their own so i would really give a lot of credit their first off. I think they're decent actors. Which helps i also think rodriguez being a father also probably had a pretty good hand in helping guide their performances and it was interesting watching it last night in that the performances i think work I believe them as children. They don't feel like weird. Hollywood robot children with you sometimes see in these movies. They felt like genuine kids. Which i appreciated but i also feel like we've gone through an evolution of child acting since this movie came out and i don't think the kids would quite be played this way now if feels like aww it's time and it works hundred percent for its time i think they're decent performances. But i do think if you made this movie now in the wake of stuff like you know you have harry potter coming out the same year and you look at the performances. Those kids are giving and would continue to give through that franchise. I think we've kind of reached a different level of child acting. We have expectations for an audience. The different films. Yeah they are different films. Bright just mean in general in this in the industry. I don't think you would get kids performances like this now. I i just think that either. Particularly right. The actors in the harry potter films personally. So they're acting. That's just me so i i'm i i see where you're coming from. I suppose. I don't know if i necessarily make that distinction will it's just something. I've noticed a lot of disney movies and you see the evolution of how child performances are. You go back to like the fifties sixties. The kids are really shrill. They yell a lot. And then you get into the eighty two still have stuff like goonies which is also a lot of yelling over top of each other and stuff this.

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Charlie and Jack Posobiec Discuss What It Means to Be a Good Man

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:53 min | Last week

Charlie and Jack Posobiec Discuss What It Means to Be a Good Man

"All right, this is a good question. Sherman from Grand Rapids, I commonly say, just as some background is in references in the question, be the same person in public that you are in private. Because stop pretending to be somebody that you're not. So if you are in private, a conservative, be a conservative in public. Charlie always say that you should be the same person in public that you are in private. I agree, but what does it look like to be a good person in private so that you carry over that good behavior publicly? I hear Jack talk about his years of sobriety. You talk about the need to explore big ideas and always be constantly learning. Can the two of you just expand on what it looks like to be a good person, specifically a good man in today's day and age Sherman from Grand Rapids? Kind of an open ended question, but I'd go back to I'd go back to the gospels where we're taught to be in the world but not of the world, right? So the idea that when people meet you, that you can talk, you know, I can make cultural references to Game of Thrones and Harry Potter and Star Wars and everything else. But when you meet them, when you meet someone, or I should say, when they meet you, rather, that they should come off with a sense of that person is grounded in something different. And something that's a little bit different than what's pumped onto TV every day. What is your sobriety meant for your life? Not drinking. So, yeah, for me, early on, and I wasn't someone, you know, I didn't do I never considered myself an alcoholic, but it got to a point where I said, you know what? I'm done with this. I'm totally done. Why? And why did you get to that point? You know, I've told some stories about this before, but I had a friend who, you know, I had a friend who got arrested over it and I saw the way that it basically ruined his life. And this was really on early 20s. And I saw how just so many doors were closed to him. We're completely closed by after what happened. And I said, you know, for my life, looking at it, it's not worth it. It's not worth even going down that road, and plus I get to wake up every morning, feeling amazing right now and not just because I sleep on my pillows, which I do. From a food Kirk. There's another promo code out there that people not on this show, but not on this show. But seriously, we do see one of our pillars, actually, and the toppers in the sheets. But my wife loves not knowing, I don't understand. From a coach is the only way to go. Yeah, okay. And you have your mental, the way I look at it is this. The way I look at is this. Parallel talents, right? Parable Italians is that the idea from behind that is that God gives you your talents God gives you your gifts. He doesn't give them to you, so you can bury them under the ground. Talents were a currency and hide them. But you're right. Right, it is perfectly for the English term to. You're right. And so I look at it and I say I've been given whatever gifts I've been given whatever meager gifts I've been given by God. And this is something that dilutes them. It's something that affects your brain chemistry. It's something that affects your health. This doesn't seem like I'm being a good steward of God's talents if I'm

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Filmmaker Elijah Stephans on His New Documentary 'Send Proof'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:22 min | 3 weeks ago

Filmmaker Elijah Stephans on His New Documentary 'Send Proof'

"I go. I hear about miracles. Some of them are baloney but most of them are true. They're people that i know and trust and they give you details but we live in a world where people act as though there's no such thing as a miracle or who i've never seen proof i've never That's sort of legitimate In any event. I've often said to friends of mine like ken fish or others. That you know you've got to document this because people they won't take your word for it. They people are very skeptical. Well there's good news. I don't know what it is but there's good news. No there is good news. I know what it is. I know what the good news is. And i know what these small g. Small and good news is today. There's a film out called send proof it's about the very thing i have been discussing with me. Filmmaker elijah stevens. That's you yes. Stevens now you come to us from reading california right. That's far away a long trip. That's where my friends of bill. And benny johnson live and he relation. No no relation or relation. You you made a film called cent proof about the very thing we're talking about so i wanna find out first of all. Tell my audience in thirty seconds. What what is this film. This is my journey to go. See if there's evidence for miracles especially healing miracles. What the doctor say what the philosophers say what the skeptics say. What mike shurmur say or james randi guy who call peter popoff with an ear piece. I try to all those. Those are super skeptics. Super scott who are pretending to be like harry houdini with the spiritualists and they ounces. They're trying to undo the now. Listen that's not a bad thing. Because i get annoyed would be putting it mildly. If there's any tomfoolery. And he phoniness whatever. Now i've not seen any but you know that there's some people out there but the to my mind. Almost all of the people who talk about this stuff are are are straight shooters because there are a tiny handful of frauds out there. Hollywood goes with the fraud narrative and you see all these films about fraudulent faith healing and stuff so it's a great thing that you decided to make a film like

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Romelu Lukaku Is Flying at Chelsea

ESPN FC

01:18 min | Last month

Romelu Lukaku Is Flying at Chelsea

"Will stop by talking about the big game in the premier league this weekend. It is spurs against chelsea chelsea up big favorites in this one and not just with the oddsmakers put also with our panel to it is a clean sweep on the panels predictions. All of them have gone for chelsea to score two goals in this game and come out as winners when we talk about goals. Lukaku has four goals in full games for chelsea many expect him to be top scorer this season. But did you expect him to hit the ground running like he has craig yeah that actually entails needed. A strike hit the ground running. That's why even out and paid the big bucks could l. afford to you know how slow style to the season. Then be playing catch up. So i expect them to start well. Because he's the peak of his career is coming off a great season and that talia again all the heroes. You didn't have much breast and overstays false game was against off smokes this because they do defending So yeah i. I absolutely expected them to gwen show. Aside with structure with a way of playing with some really creative attacking players that can be rotated behind them on a very good manager. Who knows what he wants so for me. It's not a surprise

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The Unexpected Story of a Man and His Bear, Winnipeg

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:13 min | Last month

The Unexpected Story of a Man and His Bear, Winnipeg

"The toys from our childhood. Stay with us long after we stop playing with them as adults we may lose track of a beloved stuffed animal or a fun action figure but we keep the memories. We remember how safe they made us feel and darkened bedroom or how much fun we had zooming them around the house as if they were flying and yet no matter what we all grow up and leave childish things behind but thanks to one man's impulsive decision. we learned. We don't have to let the past slip away. Not only can we hold onto it but we can share it with the people we love and keep that joy alive for generations to come harry. Colbourn was born in birmingham england in eighteen eighty seven. When he was eighteen years old he moved to ontario canada where he studied to become a veterinarian surgeon upon receiving his degree he settled in winnipeg in manitoba but duty would eventually call. Harry joined the military when world war one became too great to ignore and he hopped a train to quebec for basic training. It was on his way to the camp when he encountered an odd sight. A hunter had killed a black bear and taken. It's cub to sell at a local trading post. Harry gave them twenty dollars and in exchange he took possession of the bear cub which he named winnipeg after the town where he'd been living. His plan was to raise winnipeg for a little while before releasing her back into the forest. Unfortunately harry's plans change very quickly. Winnipeg became a hit among other troops. They played with her and let her stay in the bunks where. She slept under harry's kat that she grew however winnipeg got too big to live indoors and was relegated to outside like a kind of watch bear for the soldiers. The more time they spend together the harder it became for harry to let go. He in winnipeg had grown close. So close that. When he was ordered to go back to england to fight on the western front he refused to release the bear back into the wild he instead snuck her into the ship with the other troops together. They traveled to the second canadian. Infantry brigade camp near stonehenge in england. Harry let her roam free for a while they were there. She enjoyed playing on the large stones but he soon understood that he would have to give her up. There was just no way for winnipeg to go all the way with him to the front

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Militia Leader Gets 53 Years in Minnesota Mosque Bombing

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Militia Leader Gets 53 Years in Minnesota Mosque Bombing

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a militia leader gets fifty three years in prison in a Minnesota mosque bombing Emeli clear Harry the leader of an Illinois anti government militia group was sentenced Monday to fifty three years in prison for masterminding the twenty seventeen bombing of a mosque in Bloomington Minnesota the fifty year old Harry previously known as Michael Hary recently said she is trans gender no one was hurt in the bombing but more than a dozen members of the dar al Farooq Islamic center community gave impact statements about the trauma they suffered Harry a former sheriff's deputy who led a group called the white rabbits was convicted in December on five counts hi Mike Crossey up

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Militia Leader To Be Sentenced in Minnesota Mosque Bombing

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last month

Militia Leader To Be Sentenced in Minnesota Mosque Bombing

"The leader convicted in two thousand seventeen bombing at a mosque in Minnesota faces sentencing today the leader of an Illinois anti government militia group who thirty say was the mastermind behind the two thousand seventeen bombing of a mosque in Bloomington Minnesota Emily clear hair he was previously known as Michael Hary and recently said she is transgender faces a mandatory minimum of thirty years in prison for the attack on the dar al Farooq Islamic center several worshippers were gathered at the center to pray when a pipe bomb was thrown through the window open imam's office co defendants said that Harry let the group and came up with the plan to attack the mosque motivated by a hatred for Muslims cited in the manifesto known as the White Rabbit handbook Kerry's attorney Shannon Elkins is asking U. S. district judge Donovan Frank for no more than the minimum thirty year sentence and says the gender dysphoria and misinformation fueled Aries inner conflict that led to the bombing prosecutors are seeking a life sentence well no one was physically hurt in the attack prosecutors say the bomb was an act of terror I'm Jennifer king

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Why Isn't There Outrage Against Larry Elder's Attackers?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | Last month

Why Isn't There Outrage Against Larry Elder's Attackers?

"Him and his security team were attacked with eggs. Punches. Fists were accosted, screamed at yelled at called Disparaging names by a person wearing a monkey suit. And that candidate happened to be black. Harry Elder. You can't tell me with a straight face that you wouldn't be demanding everyone be arrested and FBI civil rights investigation. Every person be canceled. The camera man be canceled the street be torn down a comment to hit this section of California where it happened to scorch the Earth. A bacteria side dropped afterwards to make sure no pathogen or any other organism ever lives in that area again. You would, because That's what you do. And we'd be rightfully angry to you would hear conservatives saying that's pretty disgusting. We shouldn't do that stuff. Of course, we wouldn't want to comment or any of that because we're not crazy like leftist, But it's kind of weird because the candidate's name is Larry Elder, not Harry Elder, and he happens to be a black Republican attacked by a crazy person in a monkey suit. Throwing eggs and punches at him and his people. It's It's weird. You don't you don't you? Don't say that. We don't We don't want to hear anything. We don't hear much at all. Not a front page story in the New York Times, Jim. You know what happened, Jim? Here's the problem. You know, if Juicy, small A was there would have been different if Juicy. What is David about justice for juicy? Right? If juicy, was there? It would be totally different press would be all over it. They'd be like, Oh, my gosh. Someone threw an egg and juicy. It would be a huge deal, but juicy wasn't there It was just a black Republican. So apparently, it's OK for people in monkey suits to attack people with eggs and punches and kicks and screams and yells and all of that stuff. It's okay. As long as that black man happens to have and are in front of the same that say, Okay, you know what That means? By the way is the FBI on this for the hate crimes investigation. Just just

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British TV Watchers Were Very Confused About American Ads.

Planet Money

02:48 min | Last month

British TV Watchers Were Very Confused About American Ads.

"So a few months ago. A bunch of people in england tuned into some good ole live complete with commercials. Us tv obviously. It was the royal infused. I'm prince harry and meghan petra. Diaz is in south hampshire england. Where the meghan markle. Prince harry oprah interview was going to air the day after it aired in the us. So petra and a bunch of other brits tuned into us tv so that they could get all the royal t in real time. Wait hold wait a minute. Your family cut you off. I hall the first quarter of twenty twenty and aside from all the royal palace bombshells. There was this one thing that really stood out to brits about. us television the commercials. They were not like commercials in england. Very very pushy. Very chelsea by this do it now. Whereas it's like they tend to be a bit of jokey. Petro remember seeing an ad for some kind of medicine and she was like Okay that's a little odd but then there was another one is an element that would have been really serious so either like chronic something paying or whatever it was it was a very in depth commercial about it. And i. This is dramatic. Yeah all over twitter during his oprah interview. British people are saying the same thing. What is the deal with all of these medicine ads in the us. Because england doesn't allow commercials for prescription drugs and it never even crossed my mind. That medicine was say like was promoted. I didn't it. Did not even cross my mind that that was the thing brits were like you lot get bombarded like this daily and american medical adverts are some real dystopia and like how is the cream for your joints going to give you cancer. These are all real tweaks. Yeah breads had a lot of fun with the side effects. Petro is tweeting to and she couldn't tell who the ads were. Even for really so i didn't understand. The advocates ought to sow the medicine to the public. And somebody replies to the tweet saying it's not to sell sell it so that you go to your doctor and convince them to give that to you. Which is the strangest strangest thing. I could think called. One of the tweets was like hold on. Hold on hold on. You are supposed to go to your doctor and tell them what you need like doing. Weird low idea so many people outside of the united states. We're like what the heck is going on over there in america because while there are ads for over the counter drugs in most of the world the us and new zealand are the only two countries that allow drug companies to advertise prescription drugs directly to

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World Cup Qualifiers: England Lacking Answers Against Poland

ESPN FC

01:15 min | Last month

World Cup Qualifiers: England Lacking Answers Against Poland

"Check out what happened. Today between poland against england finished one apiece. england opened the scoring some style. Brilliant goal from harry kane but a late equaliser Poland means that england's perfect record in qualifying as now. Broken now still qualify. Though they any problem have just dropped two points. So far in the opening six matches point nine for poland. They'll fancy their chances now. Moving up into second. That one point adrift of albanian. Thrash san marino. Five mil deja craig. Famille hero fino. In the fact that you've got england's sitting back once again well set by control most of the game but you think that lasts same minutes you feel inviting crusher on and then as a result you can see go which is writing slope because jordan pickford on the ball got charged owed almost ricocheted tease goalie at the sprint. Back to the light in there with a the spear and then just before the goal. Ko walker got. Tom bodley ernie really didn't have to tell you that the shoulder that put england on the buck for the never cleared the ball from there and paul and scored but in truth my one criticism of england would be for all the control. The the game didn't create enough. John's

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How Do We Reconcile Our Love of Works by Problematic Creators?

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

02:04 min | Last month

How Do We Reconcile Our Love of Works by Problematic Creators?

"Snow. We'll know that we often refer to harry potter. Buffy the vampire slayer and they are not the only texts. We mentioned that. Have problematic creators. Many of the axes. From the harry potter films have come out to reassure fans that it is irc as to love the prophecy while not supporting the message of hate. It's creative preaches but is it really so easy. How connected are creators to that creations and has it changed in recent years with the rise of the cult of celebrity. Let's start things off a discussion of just weeden severe. A long time. He was held up. As as a great feminist icon. Making all these showers female leads and and really strong women. Do you think his feminist messages have been tarnished by his recent fall from grace or are there still valuable feminist messages to be gleaned from buffy firefly dollhouse and more. You're honest. I've actually only familiar with buffet. I not really watched file a house if you knew is so. I can't really speak from the buffy. Sound point and i am still puffy fat. I think it would be really hard not to be. I was pretty shocked when the allegations came out. And also it's extremely depressing when you read off because anything that you've held close to halt and that you've big doppler on shows like this in to other people as a standard to aspire to and then you realize that this create a really things let us a bit of a you know a knife in the heart but i feel like i think we'll be talking about this later about separating the creative from the often the artist. I think there's still a lot of stuff in buffy. Maybe not so much in the later episodes electing later seasons even but in the early stuff. I feel that for its time. It still very groundbreaking. Yeah

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Former Marine Questions Why People Aren't Resigning

Mark Levin

01:40 min | Last month

Former Marine Questions Why People Aren't Resigning

"Yeah, I was just curious, not served in the Marine Corps. Um, obviously outside of the base, Camp Lejeune, and during my time I had the privilege to drive generals around, so I kind of got some insider. Fly on the wall type of stories and stuff, and one general, I was able to had the privilege to drive around in Norway was general stirred event. Was a commander of Camp Bastion. I don't know if you remember the attack on Camp Bastion in 2012. I think Prince Harry was stationed there. Alright, Two marines were killed and two marines were killed in that attack. Instantly. Both commanders were relieved of their duty and forced to retire, So I'm just curious with this Kabul airport attack were 13 service members are killed in a humanitarian effort. Why? Who is who's Who's resigning? Why isn't Centcom commander resigning? Why aren't people falling? The only thing I'm seeing from, you know, being at Camp Lejeune or these lower Officers who are posting videos speaking out against the top brass in Washington. They're the ones who are getting relieved of their duties who are speaking out against the atrocity that happened in Kabul, Afghanistan in the airport suicide bombing, So I'm just curious. Why aren't people Resigning top brass in Washington because they're doing what Biden wants them to do. And if the commander in chief doesn't want them out? And if the secretary of defense and the head of the Joint chiefs are really the people who are perpetrating these things Um nobody below them is going to resign. That's the problem we

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Remembering Ed Asner (1929-2021)

Awards Chatter

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Remembering Ed Asner (1929-2021)

"Ms raza on the podcast. Thank you for making the time. And i guess to begin with always lake to just ask our guests if you could share where were you born and raised and. What did your parents do for a living hours warren in kansas city kansas. My scott love with long department. Were providers already junkyards scrambler. No that's why across the street trauma Packing house big employers in kansas and kansas. So you were born in kansas city missouri. But you grew up in kansas city kansas. You've got the real missouri hostile jettison. Someone primitive time born so long girl. I'm sure that the records of british sorry by lovable fired. Not it's lunch together loop. I'm sure i'm sure you were saved. By harry them institute we grabbing the kansas river not flow at swipe time a missouri. Greg got up until the point. But i can i give you full credit for that and so let me ask you i was. I was surprised to learn. I didn't know this. And i think a lot of listeners will be surprised to learn you. Were not born with the name. First name ed right.

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Prince Harry, Meghan Reportedly Considered Naming Racist Royals

Mojo In The Morning

01:19 min | 2 months ago

Prince Harry, Meghan Reportedly Considered Naming Racist Royals

"Meghan markle and prince. Harry almost exposed royal that they claim maybe racist remarks before their son archie bursts but they said that detail would be extraordinarily damaging the duke and duchess of suspect Sussex made the claims that an unnamed royal asked about how dark their unborn child could potentially be and megan made that initial revelation with oprah following up by asking harry if she would name the royal and of course. He didn't well in an updated edition of the biography. Finding freedom authors opened. Scooby and caroline duran alleged that the couple did actually consider sharing. Who during their interview with oprah but it was meghan who shut down the idea and she said to oprah face it would literally ruin this person's lifelock. Nobody would ever look at them in the same. Harry made it very clear after the interview. That person was not queen. Elizabeth prince philip the updated edition of the books set to be published next week and also alleges that members of the royal family were very happy. That mega missed prince philip's funeral in april because they feared to would create a spectacle essentially if she showed up So like lots of new little tidbits being added to this book. If you wanna check it out again next week. When that comes

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Kane's Tottenham U-Turn

ESPN FC

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Kane's Tottenham U-Turn

"Let's what harry kane shall we because we now know he will be staying at spurs. He tweeted this today. I'll be staying in the sun and we'll be one hundred percent focus on helping the team achieve success. So many tweets starring today you on because of course you've gone on record many times saying it's a done deal to city it's still happening dot. It's should i was stone. Do not see us today. Because the information i out from his campaign it was done so i've got no idea what's happened there. Power from hurricanes agent on himself be an absolutely daniel lead. That'd believe he'd up to the max. That's it i mean i i mean i'm i can't think of a transfer saga that's went on where i think. All the toll free actually not happy donna. Levi's left with the play on a four or five year contract own fortunes where he could have got one hundred and fifty million pound or close to guardiola's because he doesn't get the money once and spurs for the planet probably hasn't any resale value. They try and keep him on three or four years. So i've got no idea what spurs plan is here or hurricanes plan. What you maple craig giant giant goal just life in general coming up maintenance statement. Oh that's nonsense out. Strive for success. This what success had success. It's not bunny hopping. Oh that's nonsense. I mean seriously. They try and does not close until september false donate become maintenance. Statement is trying to a piece of pulled as they. You want to leave. We know you wanna leave and rightly so you've just gone about your representation of going the wrong way. The the problem here is as has representation at the time of saint in contract should have a release close. There's not difficult

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Ben Affleck Caught Browsing Engagement Rings

Daily Pop

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Ben Affleck Caught Browsing Engagement Rings

"Guys could a benefit engagement. Be closer than we think. Ben was just at tiffany's looking at engagement rings with his mom and son. But i gotta ask and ben was really looking for a ring. Would he do it in such a public way. I think he thought that his life so please explain. I'm so not about this. I said from the beginning. It's very weird. I have no shade towards ben jen. I'm happy that they've found each other and they're back together but he doesn't do it for me the way it does it for everybody else. I don't have that same nostalgia. I really loved them then. And i'm just like. What is this like weird sloppy recycling. He this nobody's just like your ben affleck. You aren't casually at century city mall in tiffany's getting that shot that's clearly a setup blah blah blah blah. But that's not. this is not ben. affleck is from boston. he's a cool guy. He's not just like strolling in tiffany's when he's being followed by roxy to glance at a ring like it's either a setup situation or he wants us to talk they want us to talk about it and that's what makes me feel like the authenticity. Not that they don't love each other. Which is something about the way this. They're playing into the president. It's just turns me off a little bit pick. He wants to make this happen. He messed up the first time. He's gonna make sure it happen. Candy going to ring in a private place conflict. You can harry. Winston tiffany co fulbari. Any other come to your house and show you diamonds but you gotta realize there's still another man out there that she was about to marry and he's sitting on the car that he gave her like a dorm took it away. I should say nine a lot to do with not about us but much to do about iraq

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G-7 grapples with Afghanistan, an afterthought not long ago

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

G-7 grapples with Afghanistan, an afterthought not long ago

"The G. seven leaders will meet virtually today to discuss Afghanistan amid the backdrop of the harried evacuation from Afghanistan the G. seven the leaders of the world seven major industrialized democracies will meet virtually today the meeting comes just two months after the leaders gathered on England's south east coast at Monday's White House briefing press secretary Jen Psaki acknowledge the key topic of the G. seven conversation will be president Biden self imposed August thirty first deadline for the total withdrawal of U. S. forces we certainly know and many have talked about their desire to raise questions about the timeline that's not a surprise and the present is happy to have that discussion but in an interview with Taliban spokesman told Sky News August thirty first is a red line the US must not cross Mike Rossio Washington

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Snake Slithers out of Spice Shelves at Sydney Supermarket

KidNuz

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Snake Slithers out of Spice Shelves at Sydney Supermarket

"A slithery surprise looking in the shelves of a supermarket in sydney australia. Twenty five year old. Elena alati was shopping for spices when a ten foot python emerge from behind the jars of spices flicking. It's tongue just inches from her face known to her friends. As the harry potter girl helena happens to be a trained wildlife handler with over twenty snake rescues to her credit and quickly recognized the reptile staring right at her. As a non venomous diamond python remaining calm she captured the unusual encounter on her phone before alerting store clerks and offering to help catch it after returning with our snake bag. One tap on the tail is all it took for the serpent to wriggle happily inside after safely. Depositing the creature back into the nearby bushland. Helena admitted that while she doesn't speak the harry potter language of serpents known as parcel tongue. She believes snakes gravitate towards her because they sense she cares about protecting animals.

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Equity for Developers With Aaron Kahn

Ruby on Rails Podcast

02:15 min | 2 months ago

Equity for Developers With Aaron Kahn

"You can imagine from my desk you know. Talking to engineers receive offers equity is typically offered. And there's so many questions they've received over the fifteen years running mirror cell. Really excited to meet you here. Aaron and kinda hopefully enlighten our listeners. A little bit with some of your knowledge. This is great. Likewise i think equity is the best kept secret that everybody knows about an attack and so i think chatting some light on the details is going to be really exciting terrific. All right we're gonna kick it off with the easy one for you would love to get your outlook on the economy. And how things are shaping up. So i actually feel pretty optimistic about it. Twenty twenty was a little bit harry. We had what two of the worst trading days since the great depression in three of the best and you bring are having this conversation a couple of weeks ago and it's just so crazy that all of that volatility resulted in a pretty extraordinary year. I think the economy has figured out how to operate in a covert worlds and i attribute that almost exclusively to the fact that we're globalized and the fact that technology has been the life support for our global economy. So i feel good about it. There's a lot to be worried about. There's lots of uneasy about. But generally i feel optimistic. Excellence yeah as do. I in a lot of folks i talk to. I would be curious how you feel that. The current labor shortages are affecting the economy. So that such an interesting question. And you know. It's i feel like it's a very specific. One labor shortages in dining and tourism are having a much different impact than labor shortages in attacker medicine. For example i feel like technology and medicine are in a position. To almost avert the labor shortages there are levers in place to get around the shortages and increase the capacity of the existing workforce whereas you know in tourism and restaurants for example. You can only carry so many trays their help. So many people to their rooms. That's really scary. So i'm curious to see what's going to come up that. And how in america specifically the stimulus checks are going to continue and ed needle really impact. The desire for people's get back into the workforce is obviously it's a risk versus reward dynamic where the workplace and the pay stands right now for a lot of people that's just not worth it

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"harry " Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"harry " Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Is joy. Hi tony tomato once again. You know harry. Lennox is known for his roles in the matrix movies and also a brief stint in zack snyder. Dc universe man of steel and batman. V superman john of justice on television. We see him. Weekly as harold cooper on. nbc's the blacklist. I spoke to about a movie. He was recently an alternate universe rescue mission and also project. that's very dear to his heart. Revival here is my full conversation. Talented actor harry links. Let's talk about Alternate universe It kind of hearkens back to the movies. I used to watch as a kid on on the wonderful world of disney. When these kids were kind of doing this science related project. What was it that attracted you to to play the principal. Well i liked Everything about it. You know the first thing was that. I love science particularly the hard sciences and so forth i think the ability in particular two days the imagination young people is is great and unique and i think that's how i got into it was just because the ideas behind it that you can be in two places at one time. If you're a certain kind of particle or have entangled with you know similar particle that you can Take great shortcuts through space and time by going into a wormhole or something you know these are. These are deeply imaginative and philosophical ideas. Actually make you think about the nature of life. And then the other thing that i loved about about the project was it. They were working with high school students. Yeah and professional cool crews so. That was something. I had done on a project of my own. Some few years ago called h four fairfax high school and got a lot of the kids to be crew. Crew members and some of them are now professional filmmakers. So this is. I think a perfect fit was right right in my bailiwick former educator and you know somebody likes to think about very very cool. Yeah i just i like that fact of it. And it's so important for kids kind of motivated and excited about science and i think we're entering a good age for that so kudos for you know for doing the project Was there any any special effects you had to deal with it all. I don't believe so. I was pretty much in the analog world presented of the old fashioned way outta g. I guess i if i'd nonetheless that i know there's plenty of it in there. I don't have to be you know putting on motion capture suits. That's okay yeah yeah. It's not a bad day. It's definitely that thing..

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"harry " Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"harry " Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"There's people that need to help solve this issues or natalie challenge so the there's opportunity surrounding all that is going to be hard struggle for some people Abaza tuition for others And i think some people are gonna come out ahead because of what they saw in in the issue at hand so But i think what you're doing is is awesome. You're putting out great content. You're helping people with with. The books are putting out and With just sharing your knowledge I think it's great. So we can with harry go check out. His website is a nelson What hardiman dot com artem dot com. you can check him out finally on facebook instagram We disconnected unlinked ten so Check him out there and I'm sure be happy to have dialogue with you. Chat with you answering questions you have. And of course we need his help reach out to him and his firm and i'm sure they can help you out so Harry thanks so much man. I really appreciate it. It's been a great conversation and Just look forward to having your upstate up on the website here soon. Now thanks for having me on kevin really a pleasure to be with you. A great great great chance to talk and I'm grateful for the opportunity to thank you absolutely all watching. Make sure you learned a couple of these things from harry and if you need any marketing assistance reach out to us a ray law dot com will help you out to be a rockstar. Like harry here so For watching thanks so much vol- taught you soon thanks..

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"harry " Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

04:31 min | 3 months ago

"harry " Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"I was junior lawyer at that point in his eyes. And i did this case. At the end of the case he owed the government back like one hundred and fifty dollars like i. I got nine one one. Four million nine hundred thousand nine nine thousand removed from the judgment. And i had the judge actually crying at the the pain that is that these people are suffering which he was helping them and so i had he was an example of a client who became evangelical and started telling everybody in his network. You gotta be working with harry. So i was definitely a beneficiary of a lot of those people i to say like i..

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"harry " Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

05:24 min | 3 months ago

"harry " Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"Hey there i'm kevin daisy and i'm eric olson. You're listening to the managing partners. Podcast where we interview tob lawyers about how they're growing their firms. All right we are live everyone to tune and welcome to another live recording the managing partners. Podcast i enjoy him with a special guest today. Harry nelson harry. Thanks so much for coming on and join us all the way from l. a. Yeah my pleasure kevin. Thanks for having me on the managing partners podcasts. Now absolutely look forward to learning more about your practice and in how you mark your practice and all this thing. So i think i was saying before pre show. I'm less familiar with healthcare law. And so i'm looking for to learn more. I'm sure others tuning in washington. The future are looking forward to as well so as always pleased asking you questions while on this live Harry will do his best to answer those questions and to ask away sure. There's a lot of covid related questions that might much happy to take whatever questions people have. everyone I'll ask more suffering than the comments. Put some links out. So you guys can connect with harry if you wanna look him up as handle I believe is your Is this your instagram handle. Yeah so h thin on On lincoln and i'm out there people can find me guy you can. Google has all over the place so yeah check him out. And let's get into it so first off just a introduction to tell us about yourself a little bit personally and It was kinda cool. I'm in virginia beach virginia. He's la already mentioned that he's a came. He's been in virginia when he was a kid. And things like that. So super cool tells a little bit about yourself where you're from and and i guess you tie that into Towards the end of how you started your your practice. Yeah i'm happy to so. I was born in Brazil my parents were americans. Living down there but i grew up From from the age five Ford i grew up in michigan. My my folks are still there. I identify as a mid westerner and a michigan..

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"harry " Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

05:38 min | 3 months ago

"harry " Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"Fam. Kids point of view you have crippled arm cam unknown Mac at quarterback. Belichick DMV at the emphasize. As young wide receivers kids been in the doghouse. Two years in a rookie deal etcetera. Etcetera, Belichick is stubborn. That's why we were finally hearing about it in public which will diminish New England's. Return home, of course, he's talking about n'keal Harry. Well, let me ask you this because we haven't covered this aspect of the hairy thing before the draft. There was talk about a possible deal and I would say that was obviously driven by Harry's agent because he's the guy that comes out public, I would have to imagine, he was leaking stuff at that point in time. Greg, do you think there was any value in Harry? Do you think the Patriots said, let's deal him before the draft? Do you think they, they would have had a shot at, you know, a third-round pick or something like that from one of these wide receiver, Navy teams. Not really, I mean look when you get closer to the draft and you talk about a position like wide receiver, you know, teams. When you look at a guy kill Harry, who hasn't worked yet for their? Like, why would, why would we trade for that guy? When we can just draft a guy right now and in the last two years last year and then this year off, you know, we hear about the wide receiver in classes are so deep and like there's not even enough draft picks for them. Like why would you do that? So I don't, I don't think there was much to it, you know, as far as what's Yogi. Scrub says, I think that he falls into the same trap as these other people. Like he says that, you know, any scene athlete would love to go elsewhere. Like, yeah, I just think he he's, he's absorbing n'keal Harry of any blame either, like in, also the circumstances we've been over the circumstances and first of all, I don't think n'keal Harry was ever in the doghouse. You know, he got he got hurt his rookie year, his second year, he got opportunities. Look, he screwed up a bunch of times. I remember there were times that we talked about what was that, I think was the Texans game or there was another game where he got the ball in the flat and he had some five eight cornerback like right in front of them..

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"harry " Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

05:10 min | 3 months ago

"harry " Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"Went up against cornerbacks who couldn't who couldn't handle, then they go to a place like Arizona State, where they don't play defense in the Pac-12 and things are a little bit easier for him, you know, and they can, they can get their production and there was everyone's like, oh, your mom, your first round pick and all this stuff and maybe you know, some, some guys don't have to go to class. Some guys do have to go to class whatever it's made easy for them, just is You know, and then you then you come to the pros. Now, after high school and college, you expect everything to be the same. And now, all of a sudden, you got six three guys who run for three. Who don't let you off the line of scrimmage. And yeah, it's tough job. Now, what are you going to do? Are you going to go look for a change of scene or or maybe? All right. Maybe somebody's going to hand me, the ball out in the flat so I can run. Or are you going to keep trying to get better? Try to work with the coaches? Hey, coach. Go to your coach to say, wage, right coach. How do I get better? What do I need to do? What do I need to work on? How can we do this? You know, it's not working for me to this point but I'm confident in my ability and it will work at some point. I need your help but instead you're like, no, I want to trade and I want to go elsewhere, you know, Nick if I were Bill Belichick, I would let after this going public which you do not do with the Patriots, you know, cuz I'm sure of his agent thinks. Oh yeah, we'll get a trade now, he'll get a better opportunity before Camp of get in there before Camp. If I were belch, I have felt like screw you. Now, we're going to keep your ass till final shut down and if nobody trades you a bag of used football's we're going to cut you and now you gotta go. Try to find a place on a 53-man roster or on a practice squad in September. Good luck. Good luck catching passes this year. That's what I would do if I were Bell check, there's a lot to say first of all. Instead of, you know, listen, I think people get into the semantics game. I don't think anybody would be looking at this situation could disagree with this statement. N'keal Harry and his agent took the path of least resistance. How you feel about that. Some people might look at it, especially if you're a foreign player and saved, always, he's doing something strategically, he's not a good fit, you know, he's tried to work with the team behind the scenes to get dealt because he knows he's not a good fit, he just wants to move on, others, will look at it and say, well, he could try to compete and try to become a fit. And instead he's asked out, so it's the path of least resistance, which I don't know how that plays with other teams. If you're another team and you're looking at this page say if you were interested in n'keal Harry before are you still interested in him now? Because you might look at this and say oh is that the guy that he is like is he always going to choose the path of least resistance? And is that the kind of dog? I want on my roster..

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"harry " Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

05:28 min | 3 months ago

"harry " Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"Well, we're just off of the Fourth of July. We've got some Patriots news randomly at this time of the month and we also have apparently a Twitter fight, Greg Bedard Brew House self move to the middle of a melee. And now chaos is breaking out, Albert Breer, reading and texting and talking to you and you've got people who are obviously a little bit younger than you fired up by what you tweeted. So, as we get into the n'keal Harry, talk, let me first ask you Greg in, this is a dangerous thing to do now. Cuz we're in the middle of this, kerfuffle has Judge Judy would stay home. Let me ask you, your take on the heel, Harry's agent coming out yesterday and requesting a trade. Okay, so look, everybody on here. And Nick everyone who listens to our podcast knows that I am, I'm not reactionary. I don't just throw bombs. Throwing bombs, I sit and I think about things and and ruminate a bit, and when I thought about the n'keal Harry situation from all sides, My conclusion was, he's a quitter. You know, that the going the going got tough and he said, you know what, I want out. Now in look, this is this is the reason why I think that Jack Nick Number one. And this is to go against so just to give people a little contact. So I wake up this morning and like Trey Wingo who I think works for some sort of pro football network now, so I think that's why he's in the mix now. He's off spna more, he's in the Pro Football mix. He took issue with me calling a quitter. My buddy will Blackmon from BC from Rhode Island, black bird with the Packers for a long time. I go back, a long ways with him. He took a little bit of an issue with me calling the kill Harry quitter, Rob Carpenter, great, Syracuse wide receiver. You know a good solid Pro wide receiver to also took issue with me calling n'keal Harry equator and what I would say to those people is that And I would say this to a lot of people who don't really know what's going on with.

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"harry " Discussed on Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

02:23 min | 4 months ago

"harry " Discussed on Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

"It's merriam webster's word of the day for june seventeenth any in quinta of fake. The whatever about this baby domingo. Yeah pro which by the way in quinto regardless komo's in the saint. John's bay brian. I salute every web rewards could be x five selected in november norway. Zubeida we dc. Benny offer valid does not to the indoor. Today's word his hairy also pronounced harry and spelled h. a. r. y. Harry is a verb. That means to make a pillaging or destructive raid on to assault. It can also mean to force to move along by harassing or to torment or as if by constant attack. Here's the word used in a sentence from the new york post by larry brooks. There was little puck support in either zone. The rangers were pinned for shifts. At a time and were harried into turnovers. While unable to apply more than token pressure in the offensive zone was there once a warlike man named harry who is the source for the english verb the name mirrors one particularly belligerent. Harry does come to mind. Shakespeare once described how feminine and fire accompanied the warlike. Harry england's king henry the fifth. But neither this nor any of his namesake's are the source for the verb. Harry rather harry or a word resembling. It has been a part of english for as long as there's been anything that could be called english. It took the form hagan. H. e. r. g. i. n. in old english and harry n. h. a. r. i. e. n. in middle english passing through numerous variations before finally settling into its modern spelling. The words old english ancestors are related to the old high german words meaning to devastate or plunder or host army with your word of the day. I'm peter sokolski visit marian webster dot com today for definitions wordplay and trending cups..

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"harry " Discussed on KR Live Podcast

KR Live Podcast

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"harry " Discussed on KR Live Podcast

"Disguises harry potter's quill between his teeth and reached underneath his pillow for his ink bottle. And the role of notes slowly and very carefully crude the inquiry dipped his quill into it and began to write pausing every now and then to listen because if any of the dust lease hot the scratching obese quill on their way to the bathroom. He'd probably find himself locked up in the cupboard under the stairs for the rest of the summer the does sleep family of number four privet drive. Was the reason that harry never enjoyed his summer. Holiday brennan petunia and their son. Dudley harry's only living relatives though a moguls and they had a very medieval attitude towards harry's magic harry's parents who had a reach and visit themselves they will never mentioned under dustless roofs for. He is entrepreneur. Nia an uncle had hoped. That eve kept harry as don readiness possible they would be able to squish the magic out of him but to fury they had been unsuccessful these days. They live in terror of anyone. Finding out that harry had spent most of the two years at awkward school of witchcraft and wizardry the most they could do however was to lock harris public's one cow drain and broomstick at the start of the summer break and forbid him to talk to any of the neighbors separation from his books have been a real problem for harry because he's teachers at hogwarts had given him a lot of holiday homework. One of the essays particularly nasty one about shrinking potions was harassing least favorite teacher. Professor nate. Who would be delighted to execute an keith harry detention for more than a month. Harry had their for seized his chance for the first week of the holidays while alkyl bannon onto tunisia and that deadly had gone out into the front garden to admire oncle violence new company call in very loud noises with that. The rest of the streets would notice to harry had crept downstairs. Picked the lock on the cupboard under the stairs grabbed some of his books and he didn't them in his bedroom as long as he didn't leave spots wink only sheets that does lease need never know that he was studying magic by night. Harry was very particularly keen to avoid trouble with his aunt and uncle at the moment as they were already in an especially bad mood with him all because he'd received a telephone call from fellow wizard one week into the school vacation. Ron wesley who was one of paris best friends at hogwarts came from a whole family of visits things meant that he knew a lot of things didn't but had never used a telephone before most unlikely. It had never been uncle bannon. Who had answered the tearful but unjustly speaking harry who had happened to be in the room at the moment froze as he had loans voice answer. Hello hello can you hear me. I want i want to talk to harry potter. One was yelling. So loud that vernon and jumped and held the receive a foot away from his ear staring at it with an expression of mingled fury and alarm quiz this he rode at the direction of the mouthpiece ron wazzani ron beckel back. As though he he an ankle vennen was speaking opposite and so football food. I a friend of harry's from school uncle vanden small allies. Swivelled around to harry was routed at this point. There's no harry potter here. He rode now holding the receiver at arm's length as the frightened it might explode. I don't know who you are a was cool. You're talking about never contact me again. Don't you come nia my family. And he threw three super back onto the telephone as poisoned by spider. The fight that had followed had been one of the worst ever. How dare you give the money to people. I don't like people like you. Uncle vernon had road spraying harry Run obviously realized that he'd gotten her into trouble because he hadn't called again. Harrys other best friend from hogwarts harmony grandma hadn't been in touch either. How are we suspected that route had won her money not to call which was fatigue because have was the cleverest which in harry's ear and muggle parents knew perfectly well how to use the telephone. And we'll probably have had sense not to say that she went to hub wigs. So harry had no word from any of these visiting france for five long weeks and this summer was sending out to be the most obvious west. There was just one very small improvement up to swearing. That wouldn't here to the lettuce. That any of the spent sent parodi been allowed to lettuce. All had out of this night oncle vernon had given in because of the record hedrick. I'd been making in her cage or the time. Harry finished writing about wendelin the red and post to listen again. A silence in the dock house had broken only by the distance grunting. Snow of is enormous. Cussing dobley it might be very late. Heavy don't and he's is what itching with tiredness. Perhaps he must finish the essay tomorrow night. Replace that top of the in quarto. Cool the old pillowcase. From bed put the flashlight a history of magic book. His sc quill an inconsiderate. Got out of bed and he the lot under the loose flow under his bed when he stood up stretched and checked on the time on luminous alarm clock beside his bedside table. It was one o'clock in the morning harrison. Give us funny jolt. He had been eighteen years old without realizing it would hold our yet. Another unusual thing about harry was how little he looked forward to things. He had never received a but the cut in person in his life. The does miss had completely forgotten ended. Not his last two buddies and he had no reason to suppose that the remember this one harry walked across the darkroom pas hedrix lodge empty cage to the open window. He lint on the seal the cool nights On his face up longtime under the blankets hedrick had been for two nights now. Heavy wasn't worried about her. She'd been gone fees long before but she hoped that he'd be back soon. She was the only living creature in that house would give a h at the site of him. Hurry.

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"harry " Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"harry " Discussed on Z104

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"harry " Discussed on The Forecast with Harry Enten

The Forecast with Harry Enten

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"harry " Discussed on The Forecast with Harry Enten

"Shalom what my homeys doesn't work with my homeys. Let me my home view. Losers were not happy until just then history is being made this week you guys the House of Representatives beginning the first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry into the president of the United States only the fourth time in US history such a move has been launched how might the proceedings influence voters we will. We'll discuss we are also one week away from the next Democratic presidential primary debate and the field which had been shrinking. May instead be gaining another candidate or to you. Doing that was just the Frankenstein referenced. Snow that's a reference to Airplane Wow okay weekend again to dues watching airplane again. Let's continue though okay. So instead of the field getting smaller it may actually be gaining another candidate or two as you heard it on this podcast last week. Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg filed the necessary paperwork to put his name on the Democratic primary ballot in Alabama on Tuesday. He traveled the Little Rock. Arkansas to file for the primary there. The clearest signs yet that Bloomberg is really serious this time and really seriously considering getting into the race. I'm told from folks folks close to him that it is within days. The decision will be made. What are his chances? And even short of that. What does a late entry into the race mean for the rest of the Democratic field we are going to take a look and finally a new? I will pull of likely. CAUCUS GOERS PUTS South Bend Indiana Mayor Pete booted squarely early in the top tier of candidates and closer look on his status and the shifts taking place in the race for Iowa. I Harry yes the latest forecast. What are the numbers telling you this week? So we're just going to do a quick power rankings update crystallization. I put these together of course and Hugh we shall Zhao. Go number ten Tom Star. He is down one number nine making his first appearance on this list. A long period of time I believe he was once a bonus. He's once in the bonus is Michael Bloomberg number nine Bloomberg in the power rank. I know as a chain. No number number eight is cory booker. He's down two spots number seven Andrew Yang. He's up a spot comma Harris's down a spot to number six up two spots lots is the senior senator. From the Great State of Minnesota Amy Klobuchar number four Bernie Sanders holding number three Buddha judge number one. We have a tie this week between Joseph Robert Biden Junior and Elizabeth Warren and number one tied there so basically I think what you see there is some movement upwards for a little movement words for Biden and some downward movement for both Comma Harris and Corey. Is this evidence of cloture. Meant into tragic just so so good to have one good idea of the last two months and you decided that you just couldn't have have that one idea you had to bring it out for a lot of down when you go. I look I I think what we see here with cloture. which is rather important is that she he is if anything moving up in the national polls a little bit? She is moving up a little bit in Iowa. She is qualified for the December debate. And more than that. I think that we've seen that harasses fallen back considerably and Booker. I don't believe has had a single qualifying call yet for the December debate. And so you're basically in a situation Shen where you got to recognize that the field is what it is in essentially after the top four you have to fill out the rest of your list. Clo- Char seems like as good of a bet as any in fact I believe Patrick Murray over at Monmouth University. Paul said that. If there's one person he'd be watching an Iowa Char who's not on everyone's radar and I think I agree with so one other thing. I want to point out four x mayors on this list in the top. Ten single freaking governor. I but you got like Blooberg. In the race you got from Newark. Cory Booker The outgoing mayor of South Bend Pete Buddha judge and former mayor Bernie Sanders a BURLINGTON. It's just that's that's really unusual and kind of fascinating considering that mayors have never been anywhere near the presidency. Historically it's not even it's not just fascinating. It's just weird it's weird. It's the changeover. From being an executive of a state being a governor was always seeing long seen as farm team for running running country. It is so strange how it's changed. I mean I we can we. Can you can give that to donald trump to be honest because he completely broke the mold on what what what can be do the resume you have going into the White House so once. He broke the mold with any political experience since then drank. Says I'm in. Yeah and follow data mayors like wow. I don't be governor I I would also prescribe it to the fact that Democrats been struggling modelling to gain state houses at least during the Obama era. You don't have that sort of farm team that you might necessarily have had in prior years. I think that's the governor. In the race Steve Bullock I mean registering zero. Where is he? I walked out even registering. Look if we were doing you would say give give me a red state. Governor who WANNA state trump won considerably been reelected really good on all the issues. Democrats care about and has the endorsement of I was longest serving serving statewide official Steve Bullock. And he can't get arrested. It is crazy. You've got all these other folks getting in the race to fill an inch that he should should fill in cory booker still getting no traction. And it's just mystifying. I'll just saying this bullock on the race very very late because he doesn't have to stay in Montana that's all relative now right now that's relative but if you look back over time that people who tend to nominations that's it he wanted to get a state budget passed right. That's what you're saying. I do I do but I I if you look back over time which you see as the people who tend to win. Nominations tend to get in towards the earlier part of the field or certainly earlier earlier in the year before. And that was the case when George McGovern did it then Jimmy Carter got an early. Reagan was one of the later ones but he obviously already had the huge name recognition but that started a wave of people getting an early and then all of a sudden that seemed to have stopped and people think that they can get in late. But the fact is that voters say they're satisfied with the field and they said that early early on last week we touched on the New York Times. CNN College Pool that looked at the head to head matchups between the top Democratic candidates and president trump in those six key swing states six states that help trump win in two thousand sixteen and the matchup show that the president is still highly competitive in those states said another way there is weakness among the top tier in the the match ups when it comes to those key states. There's good speculation that this pull this New York Times. CNN poll may have been a factor in Michael Bloomberg's decision to you. Make these new moves to get into the race. One Bloomberg's top advisors tweeted out the poll and some commentary about it just days ago so and he doesn't you know every every every move the Kevin Cheeky is making right now has to do with their decision on what's actually going to happen in terms of Bloomberg getting or not so you talked about John on on the podcast about the Biden backup Another one of your wonderful list and who that may be does Bloomberg fit that bill. Well that's absolutely his intention. Bloomberg had not gotten in like a lot of other centrists for Mitch Landrau to Terry McAuliffe because they felt that that Biden was just too a strong in two commanding a lead the polling. The Biden's team was showing. Everybody said you know. There's just not room here. He's got this. And now you see that Biden has been remarkably resilient lead in the polls but there still is a lot of concern that there's ample room to screw this up whether it's his age starting to creep through recognizes pulling a strong but a lot of folks folks and Bloomberg has said this sort of see this election as an existential issue for the United States and they're very concerned that there's no one obvious in the Biden backup slot as Elizabeth. Warren has been and rising in the polls A lot of folks have been saying. Oh if things go that direction not only are we gonNA lose..

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"harry " Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"harry " Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

"Reading chapter thirty five beyond the veil through the theme of home, this episode of Harry Potter and the state your tax was produced by Nazari productions executive produced by Arianna Nedal, men, and our associate producer. We are proud to announce is Chelsea earth, saying, welcome, Chelsea to the Nazari productions family. Our music is always by Ivan pies, out and bowl in the are part of make Bill presents. Thanks to Lorraine Haymond for this week's voicemail and has ever to Julia Augie Maggie me, and Stephanie will sell. We'll see all next week. Would you like to instead of conceal reveal through the thirty second recap before do that? Can I just say that the only thing I think of the word conceal as conceal don't feel don't let them know you can't time I kept wanting to let it go now? No. Adventures? New America is the first Sifi political, satire, afro futuristic, buddy comedy, serialized for new Americans in a new and desperate time. Intrigued good. Find adventures in new America, wherever you listen to podcasts. Ex-..

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"harry " Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

15:30 min | 2 years ago

"harry " Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

"Vanessa one of the things that is really in the chop, too. But it's absence struck me was just as the six of them are walking from room to room and having these strange experiences with the veil. And with this kind of see of brains is that Volta more and the death heat is a concealed and probably watching them in some way. I mean, I don't think that just sitting there waiting in that whole of prophecies. And so that made the whole thing even more eerie you know, when you know as a reread, that, that there are concealed is following the whole story. Yeah. It's that weirds me out about London, although the United States has certainly come a long way toward meeting Linden there. But I remember reading articles fifteen twenty years ago about the C TV the closed circuit TV video cameras, that are up all over London, and that they're basically, like there's nowhere in London that you can go without being recorded, I was horrified when I first learned about that. And I think that, you know, to are familiar. Theme a few weeks ago you get used to these things. But the idea that I can't be concealed and Lord knows I'm not committing any crimes. I'm just like going out without brushing my hair, but like it was a very oppressive feeling to me to think that there are places in the world that I could go, where I couldn't be concealed one of the few upsides of that, is that it solves many points in my current favourite TV show line of duty. I feel it. That's why so many great. Crime shows are set in London. Maybe. Oh my goodness. That's fascinating. Because it's like well, we can always just go into the CCTV. The other thing that I'm just interested in. Casper is the things that we conceal from ourselves. You know Harry keeps going back and forth as to whether or not he thinks serious is dead. And there's a line in the chapter that says unbidden voice inside his head was like, bringing up maybe serious has died. And to some extent, Harry knows that series isn't that because he, he thinks he would feel in his scar. But I wonder the things that I can seal from myself all the difficult truths. Who we just hide from ourselves in order to function until ourselves? Prettier stories uneven on a on a kind of less, intense level. I find myself wanting one thing on a Tuesday, and another thing on a Wednesday and then a third thing all together on Thursday. And I feel not even in that case that I'm actively concealing them from myself, but that they are just concealed from me. And I'm like, why con I know all these things all at the same time and then make decision. Yeah. I mean, I think I've said this before, but one of the fears. That plague me are like what is the thing that everybody knows I'm bad at that. I just am walking through the world wing. Like I don't even know that. That's a thing, let alone that I'm bad at. It said he's second recap. That's not it. It's the thing. I know I know exactly how I am thirty seconds or get so. Yeah. I guess I think that, that's the point of friendship. Right. Or community is to even if they don't tell you, the things about at sort of, like secretly have your back for the things that you're bad at because they know we'll just say, you've got spinach in your teeth. Yeah. Like, please don't conceal that from me. Everyone. Vanessa this week with continuing with spiritual practice of sacred imagination. And I've chosen a passage, which doesn't have a lot of character driven plot. This more descriptive, so I really want to invite you and everyone listening to focus on the physical surroundings. What can you see the echoes is there a smell of the place? What's the touch on your skin, or under your feet to see if we can understand more about this very mysterious place within the ministry that we're really seeing for the first time in his dream Harry had always walked purposefully across this room to the dual immediately opposite, the entrance and walked on? But there were around a dozen Dole's here, just as he was gazing ahead of the doors, opposite him trying to decide which was the right one that was a great rumbling noise. And the candles began to move sideways, the Sutculer wool was rotating. Hominy grabbed Harry's com as though frightened the floor might move to, but it did not for a few seconds the blue flames all around the blood to resemble neon lines as the wolves sped around them then quite as suddenly as it had started the rumbling stopped, and everything became stationary once again. Isn't that fascinating? I'd never noticed the candles before the turn into a line. Yes. And the fact that this blue candle light can we talk about that, like I'd never thought about the room in that way? What did you notice? I mean, it reminded me of my experiences with earthquakes and how the last earthquake I felt the first thing I noticed before I felt myself moving was that the lighting fixtures suddenly started swinging, and I was like, how did that start fitting? And then I was like, oh, the whole room is she a gang in just that feeling of like not being able to figure out what's moving and why. Right. And like it's often something on trains, where you're like is my train moving is that moving. And then you like try to feel like is the vibrating. No, it's the other train moving and, like, how disorienting that is or the other thing I hate is why do people keep. The window shades on planes down while you're landing. I like want to know when I'm gonna hit the ground and so, like, not having the visual cues to understand your, physical whereabouts can be so disorienting. That's what I felt right? Like I was her money, reaching out for hairy literally, what is happening in this room right now. The thing that really struck me was because of this blue light. I mean, I think of hospitals that kind of very cold lighting, maybe it's very dark, ever wells, this is the only light that we see. And so the whole area especially we're gonna see this room with brains. Like I'm suddenly seeing this more as a medical complex rather than to me it, had that Hogwarts in kind of medieval Kossovo vibes in my head until reading it this time. And now I'm seeing as this kind of more clinical space, right? Like maybe a terrifying wold where all sorts of scary medical things are happening, and there's nobody there. It just became much more like a horror film, rather than kind of a historical romance adventure, right? I mean, it also reminds me of grin gots, right? The way they like green, God's intentionally tries to confuse you. I mean, Hogwarts does this to a large extent to with the moving staircases it seems as the magical world is trying to constantly disoriented you with where you are in physical space in the way that they travel with flu powder? Right. Like one of the reasons I love to walk so much is that it's just like a very human pace to move. And it's, it's literally or reentering I find that always such an interesting idea like, if you'll flying or you're traveling along distance fostered than the speed of, you know, human power that you'll soul takes a few days to catch up with you and dump feels true to me in some sense that, you know, you're really not quite old that until you know, your body has kind of acclimatized again, you're able to move at a speed which seems biologically reasonable unlike flying. I'm still actually unable to explain physically. No, I'm like this thing is heavy in the wings aren't flapping. So why are we seeing something called lift? But I don't know. Yeah. Whether any other senses of maybe sound or smell that you experience this time. Well, the other thing in this could be because I you're welcome. Everybody talked so much about vomiting and this episode, but I'm someone who gets motion sick ends like the idea of like the spinning like, and I can't imagine wall starting to spin how sick I would feel like I feel like her. My knee is possibly holding onto Harry just because she's like I'm gonna throw up the other thing, that's so startling is the rumbling stopped, right? This is a loud. This is not a silent process. So, again, in the sense that the trying to conceal some things, but other things that just being flagrant about, as they move through the ministry. I mean this noise is clearly going to draw attention from other stove or people nearby. The other thing that just struck me is that it must actually be the floor that's moving because if the whole building is shifting things would fall. I know magic. Weird. But, like I wonder if because of the relativity of how movement feels it looks like the walls are moving, and it feels like the floor isn't because they're standing on the floor. But what would make the most sense in a physical way, is if it was the floor that was rotating and not the walls. I'm going to suggest not asking too many questions. Thanks. Thank you. Our voicemail this week is from Lorraine Heyman. Hi, arianna. Casta then saw. I just want to accurately, what everyone else has said in the past, thank you so much for the amazing work that you did on Harry Potter in the sacred texts in the odors, Phoenix, we all rift until king about Harry, dealing with quite a lot of trauma, that he's faced in his life, and that kind of accumulates at the end of the loss book with the death of Cedric, and it seems like in this book, Harry is that for dealing with the loss of his parents will later again, and maybe even feature loss around serious. And so this is something that I went to, to kind of bring attention to because throughout my life, I've suffered various traumas, and I have a tendency to connect the traumas in a way that I don't do with the joyous things that have happened in my life. I often sit down, and I think, oh, this happened in my childhood, this happened to my family members and I've lost this person that person on my closeness sense of myself here and that. I'm actually it really doesn't help to connect them in this way. I'm wondering about festival. What you feel about that, with Harry because we, we do see his treatments all connected in that they will sort of lead to vote a more, but that if we break up the trauma, and we disconnect them when we think about them in isolated incidents does help. I don't know. But perhaps, when I'm dealing with my own Schumer's, I have found it, it really helps to not think of this trauma led to this trauma, which led to this trauma, because, as I said, I don't do that with the joyous things that have happened in my life. So why build up trauma because in that way it does accumulate? And so I just really wanted to what you thought soi about that. Thank he. Lorraine festival. Thank you feel message. I want to stress the I am not a trauma specialist. And so this is just one random slithering thoughts from far away. But the things that strike me one to, to link together a daisy chain of the joys as much as we do with the SARS and alive to me. I think is a very precious in powerful practice, and I sometimes do this, you know, people might have a gratitude journal think of one or two things that the grateful full before they go to bed. I like to do is to think of something I'm grateful and find something in that gratitude that leads me to another gratitude and may, maybe it was like, oh, I had a really nice time getting an ice cream with my friend today. Oh, that reminds me that I can walk to that ice cream place from where I live. I'm so grateful for that. And that reminds me that I get to live in a house where it's safe and warm and dry..

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"harry " Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"harry " Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

"Noted. I want to bless Marietta in kind of the the line of blessing people who seem a little bit like the intactness and these chapters Marietta shows up to the DA with Chou kind of in protest. But because I think because she loves show because she wants to be there for her friend. And she doesn't hide the fact that she doesn't want to be there, which I think is another example of like how good friends they are. She's like, I'm not gonna pretend to have fun. Like, we know each other. You know, I'm not having fun. But I'm here. And I'm here with you. And I think beautiful female friendship in the text that doesn't get acknowledge. And also in Casper's kind of pattern of queer reading of the text. I wonder if Marietta has a crush on show. And that's why she's so upset every time Harry comes around and they start flirting because she's like, I'm the one who's here. I'm the one who really knows her. That's what I think. That makes so much sense that that's why she would go until I'm very well. Because let me get that boy out of your. Me. We haven't talked about show at all. She's so fabulous Vanessa. How about you? I'm about to blessed child. I'm gonna blast this great feminists trifecta of leadership of Chou her maybe in Jenny like modeling collaboration. And like, yes. And brain storming of like, we should be called this. I love the DA part. But what if it stands for double doors army and said, yes? And if only there were no men, and this is how the world works. I just think like visit who would be or leader. You know, we'd figure it out. So I want to bless Jenny Chou and her mind for like total cross house cross year just like quick brainstorming decision making getting things done. Love it. My block. That's my block. What about you casper? I want to bless Dobie. I feel like I mean, we learned so much about Toby that he's been waiting like every night hoping that you might see Harry, he volunteered to go. And get it's his advent is always waiting. Advent symbol. This is amazing. But like also that he, you know, he's cleaning the Khokar into a common room, and he's like he's just taking it on. And so I'm just imagining all the other secret hidden ways in which Dhabi is seeking to help highly that, we never even get to see my husband teaches me one way to love someone is to do acts of service for them. Does not come naturally to me. But I am trying but like that that is such an expression of love Fidalgo. And so I just want to bless him for his enduring faithfulness to find ways to support Harry. So my blessing Dhabi. Adobe? And on behalf of the Harry Potter and sacred texts team. We would also like to offer a blessing to all of you casper. And I made a commitment three plus years ago now that we would meet on Wednesday nights from seven to eight thirty and treat Harry Potter is if it was a sacred text, and we filled out this very long document about it. And one of the things that we wrote down was like, even if nobody comes. We are excited to do this. And we will do it for an entire year. And we obviously never could've imagined that you all would be here one day. And so we just want to offer a blessing to you because you are blessing to us. And so thank you from the bottom of our hearts for making this what it is. Thank you. So friends that we we've come to the end of show once remind you to tip your weight stuff. Thank the amazing. Stop there at the on especially Emma, organizing, everything and biting. I want to thank pots of a beloved teacher and special guest, Jeff Pearl the music tiny Eggen to help with everything. Julia Augie BANESTO mom, Stephanie full cell and off you've set. Hello choice. Here. We do have to finish about nine fifteen. It'll be quick meet and greet. But you can find us by the much times. We'll see you in a moment. But for now, thank you so much. Thank you for coming. I'm. Spotec Tam Maurienne and that oh, man. This is Howard badeah this acre ticks. Hey, Harry Potter on the sacred texts listeners. I just wanna tell you about another podcast you might enjoy. If you have a dark sense of humor, and like your true crime stories paired with a glass of wine, then you need to check out the true crime slash comedy, podcast wine and crime each week hosts Kenyan Lucy and Amanda, choose a different true. Prime topic lesser known cults cruise ship disappearances killer couples you name it. You can listen to wine and crime on apple podcasts. Spotify Google play Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts. Ex-?

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"harry " Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

09:13 min | 3 years ago

"harry " Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

"Just I just think that she's being held with caretaking standard because she's a woman, and like this is the right thing to do given the sport that they are chosen to play casper. Yeah. Well. The fact that they don't return to the quidditch pitch that she consuls the next practice to me says that she knows. It was a failure that she was like, no one could see each other. It was raining so hard like nothing made sense. Everyone just felt worse off towards I think I need to be more inventive. It's like if you're a. Gosh, what's that Dutch national sport ice skating like long distance ice skating? If it's if there's no ice like don't go on the water, and I feel like Angelina needs to think of what's the like skating equivalent of training for different weather conditions that quidditch games happen in those conditions. Whereas I e skating doesn't happen when lakes are swimming ball. That is correct. I stand down now. I'm gonna keep going anyway because I have. Money. And I don't think that not repeating something means that you thought it was a mistake or a failure. I think it's we've learned how hard it is. We've learned as much as we can. There's no reason for me to net. Right. Like, there's a return on investment of like. Okay. And now, I'm just exposing them to freezing cold for no reason. And I think it's actually a great leader. Who's like, okay. That was just hard enough. And now I'm going to stop. That's not an admission of failure. That's like a wisdom of balance because this is a new team, right? Rana's joined semi how to brainwave which is that the DA is actually also quidditch practice. Right. Because we have we got the whole quidditch team. They're the DA like nearly everyone. I think everyone is. And so this is totally like a team building moment. Sure that helps. Yeah. So what I'm saying is that she has innovated in leadership style. And I'm just saying that we hold women to different standards of men's comfort than we hold men too. 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I was like Michelle why'd you stop reading me to bed every night. It's still coffee time. Where are you? Exactly. I'm washing the dishes, where did you go? Go to OPEL dot com slash Potter. Text Potter to five hundred five hundred that's audible dot com slash P. O T T. Or text plotter to five hundred five hundred and listen for a change. I believe it's time for spiritual practice. Ooh. We are going to start doing this practice of dates, which is Casper's favorite. We actually agreed today. I'm so sorry. I did this that that joke's not funny anymore. We should stop. So that was the last time. I joke. So parties is a four step reading practice that is based in medieval Judaism, produces an acronym for shot Ramez draft and sewed, and the idea is that, you know, a text is as diverse as an orchard, and that you can just put your hand up anywhere in an orchard and grab a piece of fruit, and it will be juicy nutritious. And we can do the same thing with the Harry Potter books. We can pull any quote from this chapter. So can somebody please give me a number between three seventy four and three ninety six. I heard three eighty one. So there are one two three four five six seven paragraphs on this page. Can you give me a number one through seven seven great? So the sentence that we will be doing is hairy was thinking himself back. You would have said that no matter what I said. That's good. Okay. So page three eighty one Harry was thinking himself back. So the first step of price is shot in shot. Twee ask ourselves. What does the intended or the explicit meaning of the text to find it? So this is yet he and runner talking after quidditch practice, and Harry is telling Ron about the visions of voldemort that he's that scar hurt and he's sort of figuring out out loud. What voldemort has been experiencing Hari was thinking himself back. He's trying to remember what it felt like previous times when he felt vulnerables presence because he's suddenly explained like full demo- is angry. And he owning new it as he said it which I thought was such an interesting moment. And he's now remembering the other times when he's he's able to sense Volta most feelings without any Russian explanation of how he knows. It's not right. Yes. I like, it's really fun. I to try okay. Step two of her days is remers and remers is one of my favorite things that we do in the podcast. So we picked a word from the sentence. It means like an allegorical, meaning a possibly metaphorical meaning, but the way that. We do it is the way that rabbis have been doing this for hundreds of years, which is that you can pick one word and track. How that word is used throughout the Harry Potter series. So if we were doing this with the Torah, and we picked the word tree, we'd be like, ooh, where all the trees in the Torah. And we would talk about all the different times that we see trees in all the different meanings that trees can have. So I need your help. I am going to say the very tall person with glasses. Yes. You I want you to pick. One of these words Harry was thinking himself back. Back. Okay. So where else does the word back come up in Harry Potter books? I'm thinking immediately of the back of quarrels head where else back to the burrow back to the borough. Yes. Ten points. Slither that time Turner we go back in time. Okay. Moore's back want one. He brings Cedric back which I still think is like the bravest best thing. He sorry. The pensive you can go back in time and other people's memories. Yeah. That's strolls. How how? Oh, they ride on the backs of vessels. I I'm sure that's great. Actually, what is think you? And beats back, right. Like, they write on Beck's of a lot of things. I also thought of go back to or. Non textual strike that from the record. That's not canon.

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"harry " Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"harry " Discussed on Binge Mode

"Harry's. Blood to help regenerate his body new. Quote, for a fleeting instant Harry thought he saw gleam of something like triumph in Dumbledore Zai. This is the explanation that readers have been waiting for since reading that in book for the truth behind the gleam Dumbledore knew what voldemort had cost himself in his greed knew what door dark Lord Huber said. Open for Harry to walk through quote, your blood in his veins. Harry double door says here in kings cross lillies protection inside both of you. He tethered utilize while he lives, Harry's. Like my guy. I thought it was the other way around. Civil tra- lonnie's prophecy. Remember said that neither can live while the other survives. And then what Harry saw and snips memories indicated the both head to tie. The Harry had to perish in order for voldemort to be made mortal again. But that which voldemort sought to achieve through mass murderer in defiling of his own soul. Harry without seeking it. Attained through his mother's sacrifice through his own selflessness and through his own foes crippling. My Harry is briefly distracted by the shrieking voldemort, stunted soul. And he asked on blurring again, if there's anything that can do to help it. And this is another hallmark of Harry's heroism even after once again being nearly murdered by voldemort after having watched his friends fall at the onslaught unleashed at Hogwarts on voldemort orders after years of living under the shadow of dark Lord's growing threat. Harry, still has empathy even to an extent for this piece voldemort he cannot abide suffering or abandonment. No matter how deserving of it a person might be he needs to at least ask to at least try to at least maintain some sliver of hope. In the film, first reform..

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"harry " Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

06:09 min | 3 years ago

"harry " Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

"On Zola. Go to Zola dot com slash Harry Potter. Finesse. I read a story recently, which I really liked as an image of how we can be fully in the things that would good at standing up power. And it's from this wonderful book about the Jewish spiritual path Musab an in it tells the story about rabbi Hutzel, LeBron's key who apparently was like one of the most learned rabbis in all of Europe. And he's giving testimony in court and the judge asks him, you know, all you the greatest living Jewish legal authority in Europe. And he says yes that is true. And the judge says rabbi Bram sqi is that not rather Holte on your pot? I thought that you'll listen ethics. Teach you to be humble to. It's the rabbi says, I know we ought to be humble. But what can I do? I am under oath. And so he's just like, yeah. Like, I am the greatest living Scuola, and I'm not throwing that in your face. Right. Like you've given me that description, but I'm going to step away from the thing that I'm really good at. So famous I'm ending up with this question of can ever be useful to say, I'm better than someone else. Whether it's about a specific thing that you can do or in even on a moral level. I think yes, I've had two surgeries molasses months in by like all accounts, the second surgeon was a better surgeon than the first. And I wish that I had that information up front. I was just like, oh if there are surgeon at this renowned hospital. They must be a good surgeon, and I just trusted them. And like, I was fine. But I many complications with a much more minor surgery. And so, yeah, I do want to know who is the best and an I had sort of a not great first grade teacher, and my mom when it was time for my younger brother to go into the first grade requested that he not be put with my first grade teacher because she wanted her child to have the best teacher teaching him out of read. And I think that that's. Okay. I mean, this just gets back to like, you'll know it by its fruits. I don't think it's okay for the sake of itself. Like if you're just in a faculty meeting, and it's like who's the best teacher? Like, I don't think that that is productive or helpful. But children learning to read is like a high state in surgery is the high stake. And yeah, I I want the best don't you? But we can't all be in the classroom. And so how how do we make decision? Yeah. Gets to make well and feeling like my child took that spot away from another kid who's just as in titled to that spot. I think it's our responsibility to make a system in which all teachers are good teachers and also Jains are good surgeons. But I don't think it's our job to sacrifice our children's ability to learn by giving them a teacher who we know is not up to snuff. And so I think with that information we have to be saying, okay. Like, we need to pay teachers more to make sure that like that job is respected. And they really have the time inability to invest in learning these skills and on the nobody is fundraising on go fund me for classroom supplies, right? But I don't think that it was up to my mom be like, well, I know this teacher isn't very good. But I'm just going to send my son into. Anyway, I think that that's asking us to be like a conscien- level of idealistic that I'm not even interested in. So Vanessa this really interesting moment where some of these structures that we've been talking about really physically engage in the narrative. So at some point the boys want to rush into the girl's dormitory and Ron and Harriet kind of beginning to climb the stairs up to how many sleeps understands suddenly Tun into a slide. And they kind of slide all the way down, and I just love this image of like, the patriarchy is real men have violent tendencies and Hogwarts. The building knows how to stop them. So many things about this interesting. I fall that the boys never took it upon themselves to go visit her money, right? And then to just because Harry, and Ron haven't done this before does not mean that the girls have an this before because they are all elegantly going down the slide and like pot standing so like they have obviously had this happen to them enough times the variable to just like go down the slide gracefully. But then the other thing is I'm sort of pro slide. I think that right now women are more trustworthy than men, and it is because of thousands of years of patriarchy and a sense of supremacy that there has been like a training within men that they are entitled to things. Well, say mobile you mean when you say women will trustworthy is is that about specifically experiences of something like someone tried to get into our? Room that kind of thing generally around. I think that women have had more experiences of somebody subjugating them and taking away their power. And therefore, there's more empathy into they are more Ono. I didn't mean to make you feel uncomfortable. Whereas men are more oblivious to the fact that they are making women uncomfortable. I don't think that this is intentional. And I'm obviously speaking in like, why'd brushstrokes like this is super super not all men, but I think that there is a culture around American maleness of right? Like all the things that are stereotyped, but like taking up a lot of room on the subway of token were meetings right in our up day. Like, I think that that creates an echo chamber of entitlement in. So I think intone we fix the patriarchy keep the slide while that's why you'll building a feminist production company Atta it's the metaphorical slide in all world. Canessa?

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