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Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen says he was attacked outside Florida hotel in March
"Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen says he was blindsided when he was attacked in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in March. With the latest, Rick Allen tells ABC's Good Morning America, he was out for a smoke break outside a hotel on March 13th when suddenly he was assaulted and he hid his head on the ground. Ellen says he put up his hand and said he was not a threat. I don't think he knew who I was. But he must have seen that I wasn't a threat because you know I've only got one arm. Court records show 19 year old max Hartley of Avon Ohio has pleaded not guilty to two counts of battery and four counts of criminal mischief. Police have not determined a motive
Mexican Cartel Claims 'Mistaken Identity' Over Kidnapped Americans
"I'm back with Debbie. We're talking actually about the kidnap and murder of two Americans in Mexico Debbie was laying the context for it. And you made the point that in the David Hartley case, but also in the new case, the current case, they invoke mistaken identity. Now, what I find strange about this is that you got four black guys from was it South Carolina in American vehicle. They didn't rent this car in Mexico. They're driving their own car apparently with the U.S. U.S. license plates. So is it reasonable to say that there were mistakes? Well, according to the Mexican authorities, they thought that they were Haitian drug smugglers. Which, again, doesn't make sense because what do the, what does the gulf cartel and the Los Zetas cartel or whatever? The two Mexican cartels. Yeah, what do they care about Haitian drug smugglers? I mean, it just doesn't make any sense, right? So, and again, U.S. license plates really, it wasn't around. I think that in these cases, they like to say mistaken identity because they don't want to give Americans the idea that it's unsafe to go to Mexico, that you're vulnerable if you go. So they say, oh, listen, no. The cartels are there, but they only kill each other. Once in a while, they can be they mistake somebody else from being in the cartels, and that's why they get a bullet between the eyes. But in general, there's no targeting of tourists, there's no going after foreigners. I think this is why they put other mistaken identity.
"hartley" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"That's friend of dinesh dot com. I talked a couple of days ago about this very disturbing incident involving the cartels, Mexico, and the murder in Matamoros or in the modern Morris area of a couple of Americans and wounding of a third. So these are four African Americans who went down to Mexico in an American vehicle with American license plates, apparently one of them was getting some surgery, a tummy tucked something like that. And there was somehow cornered and kidnapped and chased. And then two of them killed by the cartels. And this raises all kinds of questions. It raises the questions about the border. It raises questions about the cartels. It raises questions about the security of Americans going to Mexico, which a lot of Americans do. Sometimes for casual purposes, if they live near the border, they go over to eat, and they come back, or they go on vacation or they go to get dental work done and all kinds of things. We know a guy who goes to get his dental worked out in Mexico because it's a lot cheaper. And Debbie's all over this topic and knows a lot about it. And the thing that you were telling me really struck me is that although we should talk about the latest incident, there's a kind of context. There's a background to it, and you've been tracking this stuff for at least a decade. For a long time. So back in 2010, it was actually September of 2010, a man by the name of David Hartley was skiing was jet skiing with his wife, and they were, they were jet skiing on this Lake that basically separates the United States from a merit from Mexico. And it's called falcon Lake, and they were just having a good time. I think they were taking photographs of this old church that's kind of sunk in a little bit on the side of the Mexican side. And all of a sudden, these two boats come after them, like speeding boats come after them, and when they saw that this was happening, they took off, right? And asked the chase began, they shot him in the head twice. He fell into the water so his wife knew he was dead. But she was trying to recover the body because she wanted to take what wanted to take him with her. And she couldn't do it because they were coming after her. So, you know, again, this is, this was something that was, it made headlines. It was during Obama, and I was like, yeah, look, you know, Obama's president, what's he going to do? Nothing. You know, that was my attitude. But what's really interesting is that there was a war going on between two cartels in South Texas, Los Zetas and the gulf cartels, which apparently still happening today, and that is why these four people were kidnapped. Those two cartels fighting again. Here we are what, 2013 years later, right? So the war between losa doesn't golf cartels, began in January 2010. And it's engulfed the entire tamaulipas border region. That's where Matamoros is. And also gone into nuevo Leon Vera Cruz, il dalga, all on the border of South Texas, okay? After years of working together, each group possesses intimate knowledge of the other's operations. So this is a very sophisticated sophisticated cartels, right? But interestingly, in this case, this guy was, he worked for a U.S. oil and gas company with operations in reynosa.
Why Do Cartels Kidnap Americans?
"I talked a couple of days ago about this very disturbing incident involving the cartels, Mexico, and the murder in Matamoros or in the modern Morris area of a couple of Americans and wounding of a third. So these are four African Americans who went down to Mexico in an American vehicle with American license plates, apparently one of them was getting some surgery, a tummy tucked something like that. And there was somehow cornered and kidnapped and chased. And then two of them killed by the cartels. And this raises all kinds of questions. It raises the questions about the border. It raises questions about the cartels. It raises questions about the security of Americans going to Mexico, which a lot of Americans do. Sometimes for casual purposes, if they live near the border, they go over to eat, and they come back, or they go on vacation or they go to get dental work done and all kinds of things. We know a guy who goes to get his dental worked out in Mexico because it's a lot cheaper. And Debbie's all over this topic and knows a lot about it. And the thing that you were telling me really struck me is that although we should talk about the latest incident, there's a kind of context. There's a background to it, and you've been tracking this stuff for at least a decade. For a long time. So back in 2010, it was actually September of 2010, a man by the name of David Hartley was skiing was jet skiing with his wife, and they were, they were jet skiing on this Lake that basically separates the United States from a merit from Mexico. And it's called falcon Lake, and they were just having a good time. I think they were taking photographs of this old church that's kind of sunk in a little bit on the side of the Mexican side. And all of a sudden, these two boats come after them, like speeding boats come after them, and when they saw that this was happening, they took off, right? And asked the chase began, they shot him in the head twice.
"hartley" Discussed on The Conscious Action Podcast
"That would probably be the biggest thing that i would want people to nor a culture becomes We need to start at the level that is happening within us before we make out to change things. Laura how come people find what you're doing on uncombed people get more work with you. Yes have a website. Laura hotly dot com. You can view all the upcoming courses Happening next year called internal revolution which dole about dismantling Coca is also another call scouting soon called love angola which is really exploring the role in the path of anger in change making as well those like myself. Who sometimes struggle with. There's a series of free workshops are head on laura hotly dot com or. You can follow me on instagram. Laura dot h hobby role and they will have those links on the assode notes. Thank you for taking the time for sharing. I love this. Conversation happened them to throw a few more than to keep on exploiting why they're wise With you and to be able to share this with everyone listening and so thank you for sharing with us for all of our listeners. Thank you for being with us. Thank you for being listeners and actively participating and as always i would love to know what are the things that resonated with with the actions that you can start taking from from this conversation thank you laura. Thank you for your during Hopefully soon yes thank you again. I love being here and really value this time and your shirts. Thank you brian until.
"hartley" Discussed on The Conscious Action Podcast
"There is a threat until costa getting over weapons overwhelmed going into freeze mode of. Oh my gosh. what am i supposed to do now. And when we look at the well from that story that we need to save everything. How do we know what to do or where to begin. We don't so we really shift that narrative there's a lot of the narratives that would use that actually gives a much larger framework crowd luck stories of nourishment stories of Healing liberation. These can all underpin the work of change making without perpetuating danger mode in our bodies. Give us a much more imaginative spirit. Wet from because they're not reacting to somebody else's story they're really quite self from community driven so they give phone to kind of re imagine everything that we want to do in the world and much more inclusive. They're much less Unnoticed binary notice us best damn Space with an impossibility. So when we don't know what we want to do in the world we're looking at the scale of the problems. I think it's important. We also look at well when i see these problems. What story saying about them. Am i saying that the world is screwed for want of a better word and do we need to do something. Our unit is no hope left. Or am i saying that we need to just overhaul in fix everything and save it. Or a cannon. Look at the world's problems in go. Okay where is this space for growth whereas this base the nourishment. What do i wanna heal. What would love what is love was foundation of my what. What would be ben- Look at how values look out stories and try to reimagined reimagined possibility if we can A one one time marketer might deter hof systemic constellations. He told me how can you or include. I'm except be grateful for all of the people businesses or limitations that are quote unquote doing the wrong thing for our earth as you were saying before. They're coming compassion. Because in that way had including everything wiccan moved from from this moment forward without living in behind with an excluding without pointing fingers may as as you were saying before that this way of remembering things. Because if we keep on perpetrating. Listen division of you are destroying the earth versus going to save Perpetrating these architects. Us will on being able to to not include a nod minimal to to transmit beyond what has happened and now from what has happened to move forward that is really jansher place to to be unto. Be able to move past it as well and i'm interested in your your thoughts in terms of being.
"hartley" Discussed on The Conscious Action Podcast
"Defenseless Said this might start bent mustangs as well because it was for me and then i don't. This has been the way that modifies have been educated use network heads until much connection with the body and uninterested leg. I'm going to switch it a little bit. I'm interested in inexpert Tomorrow their system changed under the system tasks Tons of change makers i took the road. This actually They was stitching university class on. No it's a few younger people they were like would experience values on purpose concert That guy the no mike purpose you know they were stressing.
"hartley" Discussed on The Conscious Action Podcast
"Huge thick. And there's sorry much i would like to share. I think festival you've touched on Wet here which is healing in one of the reasons. I talk about the school that iran that i talk about social healing and not social change is actually i think the idea of social healing is something deeper that we really need transformation that we're no longer at a stage where we can just have or incremental slow change. We really need wide-scale transformation. In the only way that's going to happen in a positive way or in the manner that we kind of want is to have this level of healing that is required because As you out systems are reflective of deeply traumatized ideas deeply traumatic people married. Nhl they continue to traumatize us. Well it's not just one way kind of feeding back in and of itself how his pain perpetuates itself and how pain manifest in how we act so i think from a healing perspective it comes down to a few different levels. I actually think there is a huge amount of pastoral end embodiment killing that we need to do. There is a brilliant book by restaurant. Menachem called my grandmother's hands. I don't know if you've ever heard of it so it's it's really damage from a us. It's around healing racialist trauma and it's very much written at the level of nevoso dinner at the level of the body that particularly as white people and what we're experiencing in relation to people of color and how analysis systems are prime to react and then of course how that reaction with another systems kind of morphs into systems and into ways of acting and obviously veteran third chain old way into appalachian legal systems. Well so really. Brilliant book that. I recommend so. I think that there is healing that all of us can do within our bodies to calm nervous systems. And it's only once we've done that. You're in that feeds into ben out so well because we see when we have done now i never systems like fried unlike so overactive that we had the space within us to properly explore Explore have systems exist within us so we have to kind of do this body level work and then you know the healing once we've done that level within the body we've done that level within the mind healing and transforms into relationships. It's how we being together. How reacting with each other how Supporting one another. And i'm a big believer that you on movements can be spaces for healing something that. I think we could do a lot better. But we should have ways of working. We should have regenerative or generative..
"hartley" Discussed on The Conscious Action Podcast
"Has been a really interesting time. Because i like at the beginning was like ooh. This is what happened with him. You know some disruption in big scale down can bring them out not of this changes next offered but at the same time as you're saying the chances settled operating within decem systems. I'm a wondering. What do you think of of the possibility of changing though systems. It's such a good question. And i felt really similar uncovered began that helped so much potential For us to really radically reimagined and shift system in a way that you know we hadn't considered possibly when check for so long That will never happen where it really was possible. And it's a shame that we didn't capitalize on that as well as we could have. But i think i think large-scale system change is not only possible but inevitable. I think this idea that we tend to be very stuck in on mindsets Lois bay that way. And actually things haven't always as sway and way really approaching this within the framework of just our culture in our mind our way of looking at things when there's so many other shows out there and change is the most natural in constant thing that we have so the question is not whether they will change but how we wanted to change. How intentionally we will change them in. How quickly we will change them. And certainly i think we have the climate crisis and everything else. We will continue to have these opportunities to step up into make that change but to come to the other point of what you were saying. I think you know recon or rewind change assistance that during service until we also look at how they show up with us and what it is within our stat perpetuates them. That lives them. Breathes them speaks them. That bae systems are not something just outside of us and not just happening somewhere in politics somewhere in the legal system you know somewhere in the world. They live and exist and brief than every single one of us and a lot of time. Recon even see how that happens or how that is because we're so enmeshed in it It's like the right story. I'm totally going to get this wrong. But around the fish swimming by another fish combined. he's like how's the weirdest officials what what's what we see what we're in..
"hartley" Discussed on The Conscious Action Podcast
"Like this whole biosphere off of actions are needed. And yet i think that multiple How like if we hear the word activists woodward come to mind. I is that type of activism at one of the things that i'm interested in your perspective on this is we are i. I took two activists that do that type of activism. One of the key things that i come what some of them on the i've been trying to get more into space has been the fact that there's so much burn out of that are doing that type of activism doctor. Some special younger people trying to get them to get more balance undo be able to understand their well being.
"hartley" Discussed on The Conscious Action Podcast
"Stronger foundations to the work that we do and in particular to kind of explore this intersection of inner out. Change together in the same space at the same time. Sorry it's a long winding danny. This being so many different influences in my life that had led me here really resonated with batons thinks that you were just sharing. I can that for me. One of the interesting realizations in my own bath has been this. Understanding of de there is no separation no separation in the inner outer the below the above. Me you everybody else. How can start to to that into how we are showing up in the world. How i sharing in the world and amortised dead the inner work that i've been doing for so long how was that awesome manifesting in the womb. What can i do because for me. This is one of the keys with the one that we do through conscious. Action is understanding that this connection is one of their key elements that we want to tackle and that disconnection is both from ourselves as individuals not understanding how we are connected. How we are part of our modern air. How we treat each other. How what's your forecast as well so i'm really interested in you know in in this type of work that you're doing swallow because this is what i'm doing certainly different perspectives and slightly different way. So from going through it. But it is really really and one of the first things that that i would love to to ask you about is in terms of this. This warrant that you're doing use mentioned actress misconception of activism on the people that are activists Low to get urine the field. What activism is. Why is it knitted. Let's go from there and then we're gonna give it a little bit more than yes riot your for for a long time. I felt very uncomfortable. Calling myself and activists either i really. I thought the activists with somebody only that they took to the streets and you were like super out there. They were politicians in front of the marches. In all of these things and suddenly that is a form of active. And that's also a phone with after this year that i've been more involved but i really subscribed to join a macy's definition of an activist. Which is anybody who is active for a bigger than passing game. And so this is why. I tend to use with change makers well because sometimes we're more comfortable with that. What but i really believe embracing activist. The more of a few are working for a more beautiful world. You have pappas to what we do on. That is greater than out. Celts is really a form of activism. And so we can use business as a form of activism. It might be that are activists is inert starting urban farm. it might be community initiatives. It might be creating spaces for healing communities. It doesn't always look like this really traditional idea of activism that we have Coming back to that idea. Well why am i doing. Is it for for the community. Is it for people that love is for value. Where is it for something. Bigger than maya.
"hartley" Discussed on The Conscious Action Podcast
"Have you ever wondered whether the problems in the world. Today would exist if we had deeper connection to ourselves others and the environment and acted from that place. Welcome come to contraception with your host. Brian amount on kayla caliendo. Who believed that connection is the key to taking contraception as individuals in creating a better world. We are here to raise awareness and inspire meaningful action by sharing stories knowledge and conversations with thought leaders and change makers from sustainability to well being and everything related to conscious living. Our mission is to empower you to be the change that you want to see in the work. Welcome everyone to a new episode of the sexual. Podcast i am. Brian burnham on your host and for this episode that have the pleasure to be joined by. Laura hardly all the way from sydney australia. I'm sure that this is going to be such wonderful compensation based on our previous conversations so first of all. Thank you for taking the time for being here. Don't the the work that you do. You're bringing to the world. So the first thing that i would love to know is who is laura. What can you share about yourself. So that our listeners. Get a sense of who you are. Thank you brian. Having me on the show sir. I am really excited to be having this conversation today. As you said mining ears laura laura hotly. I am an activist a writer and a coach and so i run an online school. Now for activists interchange makers we really helping provide the regenerative foundations for change making work and help create the conditions in the world for social healing and collective driving so. I'm currently based in sydney australia. Most my work takes place on land of go people of the urination and really excited to be here having this conversation today beautiful. Thank you for being here on A little bit Nara on what really led you into this work. How has your your childhood on endure journey. Inspired you to actually do this.
"hartley" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast with Scott Barry Kaufman
"You know and then you can generate up a defense theory of conservative ideology. But it doesn't look to me like it's fear related because it doesn't manifest itself in neuroticism at all and it should if that theory was correct. There's something about disgust. It's crucial that that has been under study so far. But that's i think that's super interesting. And i've also been interested in the At the aspect level analysis of these things so the overall agreeable to mean is is not a good player. But once you look at the aspect of what you find that they diverged. Politeness is higher among conservatives and and compassion is higher among Liberals i should just point out for everyone. that's listening. Is that work. Done in my lab by calling diong particularly. We showed that you could break the big five down into ten sub aspects. We call them. So you get some additional predictive utility. Sometimes if you use the more differentiated scales. We did investigate us as dr kaufman just mentioned we did investigate the effects of that on political belief and we did find as you said that conservatives are more polite and that liberals are more. Empathetic are more agreeable. And we don't know what to make of that partly because we don't really understand politeness exactly. It's it has something to do with it. Something related to deference to authority politeness. But it them just respect. Respect for authority is seems a little bit different in deference it could could be respect. Sure sure but but then you. It's complicated because of conscientiousness is also associated. I would say to some degree with respect for authority right. And so what's the difference. What is politeness. adding that conscientiousness doesn't already cover so. Yeah yeah yeah well it it it it. I was really excited by the political research Hartley that was done in my lab but also elsewhere because it's really it's quite revolutionary. I think to think through the implications of the fact that your political viewpoints are determined by your by your temperament and because what it means. Is that your biology in large part has provided you with a filter for the facts right so we like to think. Well you derive your rational conclusions from the set of facts that you're exposed to but unfortunately you have to choose the facts because there's just too many of them and so temperament is playing a major role in determining what you expose yourself to. We found that with fiction preference. For example like open people are much more likely to read fiction and fiction of certain sorts and so the differences start with the information gathering process itself. Some of the work with mar-. Yeah was that. I love that Well that works so much by the way we had a hell of a time getting that stuff published although it's crazy when you publish what it's going to be published and what's going to have an impact you certainly can't predict it but yes that that all worked out quite well so okay so back to. Let's go back to the if you don't mind unless you want to somewhere else. Let's go back to the humanism issue okay. Let's central to your new book. So you've got interested in what. What was it about the humanist..
"hartley" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"Back there and i know he gets up and over the last ten years and and are being interested to really ask you about is questions as well because you know hackers have been a little bit on the backseat as we've seen colors the dominance but what's your fools on trends it because the reason i ask somebody said to me well. What's going to be in fashion. Simple fashions don't really happen in summer. And i go for me is trends last a decade. Well the problem is. I think that he has to be relevant time. You know. that's the really important factor Session i think is a great thing and you know throughout history different fashion designers of being influential influential for molten women than that so initially. You have You know in the sixties you have the explosion. I'm everything the silhouette changed from being an hourglass woman. Kind of retro glamour woman into actual moving woman who who has a sense of freedom and and almost kind of vitalis say that was new for that particular generation and it continues throughout all of the tags. Gnashing butts you're always gonna have always going to be less alone half as i was going to be You know elaborates arrangements of had But the real deal is happens from a grassroots approaching my opinion. That's what i like on the individuals individuals in creedon but comes from great hack Finish whatever it might be a. I'll believe in the glamour without sauce. And i think that that is back in the mood. Now you know right now because you know with we'll be going down. It's terrible terrible year. You know and i think the people who are sort of looking themselves in a slightly different way and beginning to increase the cops will have more. Naturally you know one of the big headlines in the one of my favorite newspapers was held back. You know the blow dry. Let's get a attack up and it's the mood of the time and you look at people like prada for instance. You know the in amazing collaboration with raf simons but it's kind of a combination of tailoring and the nineties sports vibe is somehow finding its way into that and it reflects into the shakes. The seem so new then but then you get into different audience. What where do you think these trends stop from. Well i think you know making installs from i think there was something atmospheric in the world so all over. The world know nasa nasa. You might be that will be pockets individuals who a feeling son why expression and you know whether they whether it was mauled punk new romantic whatever it says right culture you know whatever is saying. It's always been an atmosphere thing happened. Globally and generally dislike young people into being the real world and trying to be relevant. But i think it's also unplumbed again. Noticed you know. I think the perhaps with yards and yards and miles and miles long way they had. We've got a house is not going to get anyone knows these. So when you say referring to get not you. Are you talking about the. Let's the customer the the individual the personal. We took him the hairdresser whose creighton those looks. Young people. I think. I think a if you don't do it yourself you can't expect your announced today and this kind of long. Hab they underneath is is. I'm an old gentleman but it's really important to me to feel. I've got something going on. You know with my look amongst poyton tonight to have an expression of south yourself. And i feel as though we can get lost in a sea of mediocrity not careful and that's the thing that kicks off something of the rebel in young people whether they can we. That's well happens to say. Gee think because of what we've gone free and gene as of that anger as a more rebellious know the thing. Is that when what. I hear you now i think in music and whatever the sum tastic stuff around fuel soiffa kids today because they you know one of my nephews you know went to show ditch to borrow on. A roof is all excited and they had to stay seated. That's drinks on the tablets and they couldn't interact until the full tune for the drinks and he is almost thank all the things that we love. It's being taken away from. Bob is endemic because it's curious to interact and you know with anderson. It's about the way that you see people to see people wearing a shield in the mouse. Can all of those things i think is proved to be extremely difficult. Not being you know. Night prop Contact because i think only through that communication you can actually make some day. Look the best and everyone has a way of looking amazing and you can't really find that way until you actually have that interaction so with latte style. We've had it sort of the calc whipped from under phase. But i think it's worse for the young people because got a year must beautiful announced charismatic. A most strong levels of everything to do with humanity and on the brakes. I that it's very difficult to come to tons of that. When goes out. Kelly as nigga follows a young kid it would really freak me out and it's just the right. That is just right now but you know we have to look forward to the future and the future is gonna move into something i mean somebody'd a few people have said that the next you know phase is gonna be like roaring twenties Something which a lot of people being saying written up in the newspapers client long time ago. Now that you know the being new found expression of glamour and you found expression of individuality a newfound expression of of liberation of freeze of all of these things because it stands to reason he being trapped for a year then you can think about the time on singing which is being nizing to get some models on. Just tighten running seaside than just than in the wind and the rain whatever. The weather is to just be in the elements again. I think you see that in a lot of fashion stories. You know the shooting. You know peaceful goblins and wonderful locations and You know absolutely beautiful buildings. The has the mall that spend on these lavish extravaganza films But i think they could be also. It's about feeling think creativity needs to come from trying to be original Results little as possible in order to be corrected push the boundaries. You not think to explore not to undress. Tonight's any warranty seat. I inherit industry now. Well i can see people who have the potential. I can see difference. That's not yeah. You see the potential. I think that You know sort of Well i don't think anyone's really that time is such. I think the the great thing is a lot of respect for you know coal group of people and they know who all you know you all i to be one to to Reiterate that people stunned something when a loved about some. You'll conversation with dane. For instance is because you know. He's kind of this angry young man who wants to do things in a different other and you have to keep that vibe held its full within to create something different and i think i can see that happening with lots of people and i think that also is good The situation you're in now you never really know it can lead you And so one of the things. I wanted to mention to you today. Will this whole thing of art and design architecture all of these things which of become you know to me know really important things in everyday life but when you when you're a youngster they're not certain things kinda stuck in your tracks and you think wow that's great and generally speaking to me. It was kind of this whole thing with being introduced. You know about house for instance and that just. I'm just gonna stop you. That and tim because i really want to go to this and love loving way you show. There may be some of our listeners. Who don't know what the hell's movement is my. You could just explain that and then then you disarm from that well. The house is the cradle of. Madonna's incense is christ in germany. It was event it was destroyed. The offseason the protagonist. Thanks to america. Books i am. I think.
"hartley" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"Uncompromising some kind of way and you know kind of you know my background because in was hard left an awfully long time ago now but some a six game development. I think only.
"hartley" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"Welcome to help cut podcast. Tim hartley high is wow. I'm through to be doing this with you and Yeah being thinking about this a lot. yeah. I'm related. somebody. What can i tell you about how you can tell us will. Actually i su- i've seen you many times in shows seminars and that was one occasion i remember. It was at salon. International yudin solo. They're not long. After you came away from soon always member you'll music. That show was just fantastic of it. You had a whitney houston. I wanna dance with somebody. Who was a real dons. But you just blew me away. And i think the way that you've had anew our imam mind many of us one of the greatest. But i think what really stood out for me. Tim is the veto soon. He and she put you in his top full of the world's best hairdressers. And i mean it doesn't get any better than that. Yeah there was a succession because festival was donald and the original international crisis threats and then there was a brilliant guy co will just who to cover the festival from down and then they amazing crisp account and then nice up so this was just this incredible land situation wish evolves of coins and unlock time I slowed of through lots of different phases ourselves. As a bhave. And i moved into cutting women's had installed teaching from the coutts. That was something that i really loved. And then eventually. I was lucky to be showcased on shows and my very first shows will international shows australia and that kind of stuff just kind of blew me as a very early stage and i was looking because was championed by christopher anne the team that gave me the opportunity to get out there and do stuff which was just absolutely beyond nizing. Unease names including yourself that tim Yes some of our most iconic born out at the sisu heritage in what what vidal Really shed with his team. And i saw a part of your video on now. I think canoe Tim had weld. And you. so you chatting to vidale as an incredible Listen yeah i mean. Even you know something like that kind of blew me away. We have a friend of mine suggested that we do this filming undergo actually. He's absolutely billions of doing that. So the stuff but when it actually came to a Ace it kind of blew me away more than anything. Because i wanted to do some she. He opted stuff but he really wanted to do. And that was what was suspended special. And when you think about house you know in the heritage it was got. Another team was keen on the youngest member of the team of experienced. Though the youngest number of the you know the apprentices trainees whatever you have a joker for your in. They have different names but he wanted to be totally inclusive so he was really so headed themselves in that sense it every sense work because he he wanted to be in the now and to be in the now if a k elements nuts and i'm he believed in the very you kind of grassroots approach in a sense so you have alongside the apple stuff surrounding this tv ebb. I was terrified gusta Ultimately he was very keen on speaking to the As the apprentices whatever it will cite him get a wide for what was going on. You know and he was very gain mass another important stories. Of course everywhere. In the world you know we become global cosmic lights young whatever you wanna call that the china for instance you know and i was lucky to be involved in launch of international education in china and we we signed to this meeting with the suits in the money people who had also landed on. Were with me on. That it was in superb came under a dream team. We have this meeting with them. The product company who paying frail and we have a product company paying for it. Oh yeah it was. It was fantastic. It was fantastic. Not kind of decrying. But i just want to set the mood listener so when So in this. I'm going through the schedule of the events and denouncing. When is the sinus show. They will looking at each of in the said. No no no stunt show. I'm just like Number that we have to do this. Time extent and also glenn with So defined he really believed in it so it was unthinkable for us all to be unduly nice things just for the press awful who have a ton for that stuff. So you've got oli so important people and it was built into the schedule of the event and special thing because he had the vision you to see that but it was born out of five. I think you know he wanted to shine education. He was generous in that sense even though he wasn't going to be physically doing it himself he he comes in real chance to do that. All over the world went okaying and very.
"hartley" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"For me one of the greatest pleasures of doing the health because he podcast is being able to bring onto the show some of our industries most iconic names of all time and today's guest is exactly that i'm joined by the one and only tim hartley so if you want to learn about the heritage of some of our greatest names. Stay tuned for this podcast. Let's cue the intro. This is held in the headdress and industry polka show. We've lane episode number one hundred and nine thousand nine taken. The head jesse industry broadcast that gives you insights and information to take your handwriting and read to the next level as your host dumb. I welcome back to house. Cuts it in the headrest in industry. Podcast a podcast produced by harry media productions. My name's tom lane creator of the house to qatif series. Each week we bring onto the show. Industry leaders rising stars and knows from the fasha creative and media industries. Share their insights. Inspirations and information is going to tell you hairdressing angering careers to the next level. Now i just want to bring attention to opponents of the how to critique podcasts well professionals and their trend vision award two thousand and twenty one one of the most prestigious industry awards out there. And i'm excited to say the deadline has been extended to eleven of my two thousand and twenty one so it's not too late to get involved in this competition. So what have you got to do to enter this competition really simple. All you need to do is post before and after look on instagram with a competition hashtag and tag at well ahead. Uk why you don't have to cry a new look. You can select an image that you've already created so that's really gonna help things if you got some images to hand and your entry already be in your phone. How simple if there's a look that sat there on your thought. Maybe enter that particular look now also entries on those heads are allowed and well it professionals have secured a ten percent discount on full training heads from salons direct. There's also seven categories to choose from free of which are natural texture artist craft artists and exposure remembered. This is open to all ceylon and freelance hairdressers. You don't have to be a weller salon to enter or use wella products for the photographic and tree so involved if you want more info on how. The process works and tips and just simply head over to. Www wella dot co dot uk slash trend vision. So all of you that are into that the very best of luck and dookie me up to speed on how that goes for. You also want to give a quick shoutout to our latest opinion. And that is kelly. Sean adams who is on instagram at take no crazy under school have thank you. So much kelly for becoming. Our light is to cut it patriots member. If you're interested on maybe becoming a on yourself very easy head over to patriarch dot com slash how to cut it and bustle putin putina. Podcast you a helping us to really bring you so much more going forward in the future which is going to really impact on all of you because what we are building is being built. The you and helping you address bothering careers for today's podcasts. And we are joined by tim harley former international creative director for vito sued and one of our most iconic names of ood time. Tim rose to international acclaim. His popularity shows is unparalleled to anybody else of non obscene tim in show work and his levels of artistic cutting and the way he goes about putin. Just cannot help you from being drawn into this. Most engaging charismatic man really is an pleasure to bow to understand teams thinking on cain that you understand the heritage of some of our industries most celebrated names and reason why. Because i think to appreciate what you do to appreciate from these people. What is taken for them to get that once the passion that they've got have you got that passion well to be the greatest in our industries. I believe the history is so important. And that's what you're gonna get today with his podcast. Tim is going to be sharing his story of his greatest moments. But i think most importantly he's gonna be sharing his future. What does he see for the industry going food. I hope you enjoyed his podcast. Let's go to it. The one and only. Tim hardly.
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John McAfee Faces Civil Charges Alongside Criminal Ones
"Well how is this civil not criminal so own hartley. These aren't criminal. Charges even tax evasion is criminal so he is facing criminal penalties in that in what he's being extradite over correct that's correct so this one is is actually a lawsuit and it is the commodity futures trading commission date. That's bringing the lawsuit which is which is interesting. Because a lot of people don't know that the state can bring lawsuits and civil specifically the arm of the state known as the commodity futures trading commission. And they are bringing the case in the us district court of new york southern district of new york against john mcafee and his alleged bodyguard jennifer watson junior.
"hartley" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"Star wars. That they don't have the battle over because it's entertainment. It's fun it's it's not really made for us to Like it shouldn't be made for us to just because we've all been they pander to us. Make good storylines and keep an edgy. But bringing the next generations who are gonna love star wars and let facets. I'm looking forward to it as well. I mean there was a time where because of the uneven nature of the actual stars universal products that came out with that name attached. I was feeling. I had to watch just because i had to watch because i felt like now. I'm back again to where i want to watch. I'm excited to watch. I really invigorated by. What's going on with the star wars universe. And i'm looking forward to seeing what they have to offer once again. I feel almost as is invigorated for the series. As i once was just before return to the jet. I came out and you know you saw what happened with empire strikes back and how good it wasn't so you really wanted to go ahead and see how it finished off. Well how we thought at the who's gonna but that was a long time ago but bill it's been so fascinating to talk with you about stores and of course you're hit show goes to shepherdstown which again people need to check out. Seasons one and two are now available. Amazon prime via destination america or the brand spanking new only a month old discovery plus streaming network. You can go ahead and check out everything. That's going on there at discovery plus bill. It's been so tremendous having on. I'd like to have you on the future talking. Star wars the paranormal or whatever's big. A martin they will star wars star trek. I mean i'm i'm essentially. Just a giant nerd with a large star was collection in the pack. Ghost hunting equipment. So then i'll tell you what you since you're big on marble and we talk about the production values increasing because of the television show and the mandalorian. How serious they took it. Your quick thoughts on marvel's juan division. Let me tell you vision. I watched when it first aired the first two episodes. I watched them and i was like what the hell watching with. What are they doing with this. Then the third episode was still but episode four. I'm telling you what if it floor because you got to see the reverse. You're seeing what's going on. You see that this is taking place after. Everyone is small not everyone but people would come back. And it's like now unhook. Because i want to know because you said it's all want is wanda one. How how's she doing that. And what is the status of vision. I mean is there but the clips you saw from real quick with a grey phase out is the big notch out of his forehead. It was like wow l. So i am so looking forward to the next episode in looking forward to seeing how the series goes. I mean if i would have based on the i don. I don't know what they're doing with this. But i'm looking forward to it. I'm looking forward to what the marvels that coming up to. I mean with zelkin in the winter soldier and announcement of some other stuff. That's coming up. i'm. I'm looking forward to it. Will they took notes from star wars mandalorian on production value and they treated especially this episode. You can see the scale you could see the feel and production was like a miniature marvel movie and to me. That's what made mo- special. And i am invigorated now. Again to goes continue. Might look into the mcu. Because like you. I was like and not wear it. Started a hundred percent get it. I couldn't get wiser. The fifty sitcom being dropped you like in the middle of what was going on and wanted to after a year and a half plus of being away from the mcu. You wanted to go ahead and have nice start. You wanted to be eased back into it. You didn't want to go be just dropped into it. And i think that's why it was originally supposed to be the second series you know after falcon and the winter soldier but again circumstances dictated came first. And that's what mandalorian and wanda vision. It's like i love those universes. And i love watching them after many things. I'll say i will go back and rewatch over and over again but those are two of the ones that i will definitely if assad we afternoon that i'm flipping through. Were one of those movies on stopping during my wife's complaint horribly over the why my rewatching that but it's like i mean god knows how long it's going to be before we get a new marvel movie. I know we're still still waiting. You know for the next one. And i don't know if even confirm whether they're going to actually release it now. I'm taking what i can get. I mean you know especially now that last episode drop with the vision. I'm fully seeing how this story are really into a really good universe for marvel for their tv series. So i'm looking forward to. I will tell you between you and me and the radio. Listener's watched the episode three times already. So that shows you how much i enjoyed it but it is once again bill hartley. He is the man behind. Along with nick groff and also lists the saint joseph shepherd sound. You gotta go ahead and check it out. Discovery plus amazon prime wherever you can get it season wanted to please check out. These awesome episodes today and bill. I love to have you back on talking pop culture or whatever just want to talk about right here at the pop culture cosmos. You're listening to the pop culture cosmos. Wanna thanks so much bill harley and also my daughter ellen for for stopping by the program today to talk about various things from star wars to wanda vision to also bill hartley great. Show the ghost shepherdstown which you can catch right now on discovery plus and also amazon prime but speaking of one division before we head out. You know this man's got to talk about it. Because he's a lover of all things pop culture you gotta go out and check him out on not only one but two awesome facebook groups mcqueen and also the hanukkah outcasts. It is my good friend need. It is no ian fine and no. I hope you enjoyed episode for just as much as i did. I actually intrigued by the show that this is brilliant. It makes me understand why these characters love each other more see you. I think what i love. The before is that it doesn't give away the store but the title of the episode so explains it and we are this program and we kind of explain what happened with the blip that okay. This is the character that was a little girl and captain marvel at her mother apparently during the died of cancer. Them she's being brought up to speed. We have lesion from ant man. They're going to go in but they're in west junior new with jimmy will. Yeah and i like to know where this is really going because yeah. We didn't see what happened to wanda after she left us. We discussed the last time. And now we kinda see that issue really in control because she.
"hartley" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"Know nasa everybody involved. They have no clue. What's going on government in this show is basically the fans i was saying while we were watching the episode air literally us meaning. They have the same questions we have. There are just as confused. We are so kind of funny to see that. But this show is really a mystery when scarlet which says we just don't know what to expect we just don't know what to expect that's right we just don't know what to expect right now but it is something i'm definitely now looking forward to. I was kind of on the fence. Saying the production values were there. But i just wasn't sure about what was contained within and the starting point i think i was waiting for something to really suck me back in and this did it for me. Honestly if the agents of shield were ever to have been afforded this kind of production value that was on this particular episode. I don't think the show would have ever gone off the air at least lost interest by a lot of people because the fact that this guy was definitely a better. Look at how the way. Everything's run. how the way everything is looked at in approached and sword which is so similar in coach as shield would do and the way that they went about it was truly something very interesting just the scope of it just the way they treated. It seemed like many marvel movie was shot like a mini marvel movie and in the end it was presented and taken in by us as an audience as sort of a mini marvel movie in and of itself and i think that was for the best for one division. Yes with wanda vision. And the other disney. Plus shows are all headed by kevin. Foggy and agents of shield wasn't really these marvel disney plus shows. They're almost equal to the movies. In marvel's is they are really invested in the series and are making sure that they are quality and asians of shield. That was just made for cable. Tv so i don't think they really cared about agents of shield that much which is kind of unfortunate but you really see the care that they have for these disney plus shows in one division. Yeah definitely saw the type of care in this episode. I couldn't agree with you more. You saw the attention to detail. You got the feel basically something that i've been waiting a while. Now since spiderman far from home is the type of field that you're embraced by being once again back into the marvel universe and the way they go about it yes monica. Rambo did get very curious and try to investigate. What was going on westview and in doing so got sucked into the universe. That is wanda vision at this point in time and everybody outside with darcy lewis finding out in discovering not only what is going on as far as the force field outside that's blocking and shielding everyone from being able to go inside and if you do you go ahead and you suffer the consequences of going headed being transformed into that alternate reality. She discovered not only how to go ahead and view it but try to interact with it with jimmy. Woo and his help in. Go ahead and reach out to wanna maximov in the show us. Basically everything that was hinted at in the first three episodes was paid off in full with the look from a different vantage point from the agents of sword. And like you said element. It's basically how the audience is looking at it and asking all those same questions. For instance a hexagon. Why is everything in a hexagon shape. Why the fascination with the hexagons and also identifying the individuals there with that they were able to go ahead and identified virtually all of the individuals citizens. They're almost all with a couple of notable exceptions are basically citizens that were there that are now trapped within the confines of the swan division universe. But there's two key things. I wanted to go ahead and ask you before we head out. And that is the two individuals. Agnes and also dadi who were not identified and still have no other. Aliases or any real identity. That was attached to them during the course of that episode. So before we head on out. I want to hear your thoughts on amnesties and dadis. Possible real identities. That you're thinking at this point of time could be. I think dottie might just be a regular person I don't think she her identity is going to be something super important. The plot i think she just wasn't on that board of notes because she hadn't appeared in the series yet because defaced on the clips from the sitcoms. We were seeing from sore point of view. It had an the whole. Wanda dotty thing hadn't happened yet. The discussion at the swim club per se hadn't happened when you see the clip of sorts files. So i just think they didn't get to her yet but in terms of agnes i i think agnes is someone that did not live in west view She is probably based off a lot of things just from the comics and who we think. The character of agnes is based off. Agnes probably helping the bad guy of one division. Which i don't think is wanda in its entirety. I think there's somebody that helped one to do this or told wanted to do it. This or inspired her. And i think kathryn hahn is just kind of there to make sure wanda stays there. And that nobody messes anything. Up and agnes is not the same as the other townspeople so i think that she is probably up to something. It definitely sounds like an indeed. But i tell you what ellen. It's been so fantastic having a report from you once again. It looks more and more interesting as we delve into more and more of wanda vision. I'm looking forward to hearing your thoughts. Plus also everyone else's thoughts as well on one division. It seems to be the talk of social media when it concerns everything outside of the game. Stop stocks aga and but if you are interested in cherry your thoughts on one division. How's it going for you. Do you feel that major. Turn that everyone else is talking about. That happened in episode four. And did you enjoy it as much as eloquent and i did. We want to hear your thoughts. Pop culture cosmos at yahoo dot. Com will ellen. I cannot thank you enough for stopping by for this week. I hope you get a chance to stop by next week and in future weeks talking about one division. I look forward to hearing your thoughts on that. Do want to mention that right. After the break bill hartley again from the ghost of shepherdstown will be back talking about some great things coming up not only for his show. Now that's on discovery plus but he'll also be talking about his love for star wars and where it's going forward for the star wars universe so looking forward to talking to once again bill. Hartley raft the break. And of course thank you so much ellen for being part of the show here at the pop culture cosmos. I'm juliet i'm nathan. Experience doctor who the very beginning to classic fans is and through the eyes of a new fan and relive those classic moments with nathan as he offers.
"hartley" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Breeders podcast and you can tap into all the great extra content we got this curated by our authors and me about They're riding lives and the craft and business of writing and other things to but enough for the prologue. Let's to the uninterrupted story of our guest room in the one they written listeners Welcome to this edition. Schaller's podcast is actually our guest house tradition. The first that we've done we're going to be doing in two thousand and twenty one. We're really excited about this We were having guest host Come all these are authors. Who have appeared the podcast in the past and her also supporters of the podcast. To who have a lot to add our guest. Today is kathy. pickens She appeared on the podcast to talk about And reading discuss her true crime. Books She has been under different names. A lawyer a business professor at university provost clog dancing coach. Church organist choir director and a typist Very variety she. She's award-winning writer. For mystery series but her most recent work is create your own crater processed A six step guide developing your individual creativity. A roadmap tested enthusiastically northbound hundreds of workshop participants. From those who already define themselves as creative to those who didn't get an opportunity classes she taught on that and i've got her book and i. I recommend that to you listeners. But let me tell you to who. She is going to be interviewed today. This is part of our author. Conversation were cited to have aj hartley also writing as an heart and He's the best selling author of twenty three novels for adults and the younger raider spanning multiple genres notably mystery thriller fantasy and science fiction and today They're going to be talking about his. Most recent book impervious a fantasy thriller about a young girl. Who's normal day at school is up ended propelling her into unfamiliar world of magic musters endanger and forcing her to try to save herself and her friends So with that. I'm going to turn the audience steering wheel over to kathy. Pickens and cathy Take it away. thanks landis. I'm really excited to talk about this book impervious today. Aj this is an unusual book for you buy. Your books are unusual agenor away. I really like how you have Visited lots of different genres in age groups. One of the reader reviews online for impervious said it really needs lag a young adult urban fantasy until it doesn't and i thought okay. That's a pretty good description for unusual book sing. S lewis in one of his essays in the book on stories said that story start for him with an image started for him with a new image Said often that Contains emotion that prompts the writer. So did this book start for you with an image or images or emotions and created that initial spark. Take this book. Well it it's complicated and this is an unusual book for me. as you know And it actually began a number of years ago at least as a the germ of an idea and it was something that grew out of books that i read years ago A particularly a novel pincher martin. By william golding. I don't know that book which i read. I don't know thirty years ago more forty years ago probably and it's a story in which you'll forced to reconsider the entire narrative when you get to the end of the book right where a world that you thought was real turns out to be in some ways not and this had always seemed to me a fascinating compelling kind of idea for a story and i've always loved seeing those those kinds of narratives not just in books piddles who in tv shows and movies Something that you think real you gradually realize is in some ways Some sort of delusion or constructive of either the narrator or character and. I had been thinking about this in the context of writing a school shooting novel and kicking around this idea in very vague general terms and and never quite figuring out how i wanted to do it and then A little over a year ago as you know I was involved in a school shooting at unc charlotte and that changed the narrative. The project that had been sort of on the back burner that had existed as a vague outline that revisited. A couple of times. The story that i wanted to tell became something quite different but it also became a story that i felt. I had to tell partly. Because i felt sort of trapped by the experience that had i had been sort of sheltering in place with with students while the gunman was on campus for about two hours while we waited for word defined well while basically while we waited for the swat teams to come in and clear the building Make sure that we were safe. And at the time. I was quite calm and composed and of course i was. You know in a sense the grownup in the room because i was with students. So you know that lends its own kind of composure. To a situation like that but after the fact it took it took me a couple of days to realize that i was. Actually you know not okay And i started having sort of curious anneke moments of a sudden anxiety and stress. And just not like me. I'm usually fairly even even keeled. And i kept having the sort of the sorry. This is a very long answer to your question but there's an image. It was the image of being in that dressing room. You sitting there listening. Everybody with their phones muted. Everybody sitting in silence. The listening to save. We could hear somebody coming you know. And that was the image that kept coming to mind. And so. I thought you know this is the time to go back to that story. Idea to rethink what it was and naturally write the book and i knew how the book was going to end from the outset am though that was the sticking to that ending was difficult in some ways in reading this and in the back story in knowing that you were there that day about a year ago. I was struck by this. I knew lots of people who were in new york city during nine eleven and there were a lot of writers and artists. For whom of course as for everyone who was there was a traumatic experience and they of course wanted to turn that to their art in so a lot of people found themselves fighting about this one form or another and honest. I'd i didn't necessarily think all those attempts worked so we'll action almost. I don't know if it was still to close to what had happened. It was too fresh head. Had time to incubate enough so as a writer fascinated to hear you said well i had had this germ because that they all of us have as things that we've been the seeds planted. Were watering it. Nothing's come up yet but we liked a lot. We know it's gonna be great when it comes that you had this seat for this and and it was very close. What actually happened. But what is fascinating about. This book is that you took it to wasn't a literal play a spit. It was a finger to play. Said was awards. Urban bay see as reviewers said it talked to me about what on you make. The reader explore this from a different perspective. A very difficult place was difficult for us. Difficult for.
A.J. Hartleys Fantasy Thriller Impervious Turns a Normal School Day Upside Down
"Listeners Welcome to this edition. Schaller's podcast is actually our guest house tradition. The first that we've done we're going to be doing in two thousand and twenty one. We're really excited about this We were having guest host Come all these are authors. Who have appeared the podcast in the past and her also supporters of the podcast. To who have a lot to add our guest. Today is kathy. pickens She appeared on the podcast to talk about And reading discuss her true crime. Books She has been under different names. A lawyer a business professor at university provost clog dancing coach. Church organist choir director and a typist Very variety she. She's award-winning writer. For mystery series but her most recent work is create your own crater processed A six step guide developing your individual creativity. A roadmap tested enthusiastically northbound hundreds of workshop participants. From those who already define themselves as creative to those who didn't get an opportunity classes she taught on that and i've got her book and i. I recommend that to you listeners. But let me tell you to who. She is going to be interviewed today. This is part of our author. Conversation were cited to have aj hartley also writing as an heart and He's the best selling author of twenty three novels for adults and the younger raider spanning multiple genres notably mystery thriller fantasy and science fiction and today They're going to be talking about his. Most recent book impervious a fantasy thriller about a young girl. Who's normal day at school is up ended propelling her into unfamiliar world of magic musters endanger and forcing her to try to save herself and her friends So with that. I'm going to turn the audience steering wheel over to kathy. Pickens and cathy Take it away. thanks landis. I'm really excited to talk about this book impervious today. Aj this is an unusual book for you buy. Your books are unusual agenor away. I really like how you have Visited lots of different genres in age groups. One of the reader reviews online for impervious said it really needs lag a young adult urban fantasy until it doesn't and i thought okay. That's a pretty good description for unusual book sing. S lewis in one of his essays in the book on stories said that story start for him with an image started for him with a new image Said often that Contains emotion that prompts the writer. So did this book start for you with an image or images or emotions and created that initial spark. Take this book. Well it it's complicated and this is an unusual book for me. as you know And it actually began a number of years ago at least as a the germ of an idea and it was something that grew out of books that i read years ago A particularly a novel pincher martin. By william golding. I don't know that book which i read. I don't know thirty years ago more forty years ago probably and it's a story in which you'll forced to reconsider the entire narrative when you get to the end of the book right where a world that you thought was real turns out to be in some ways not and this had always seemed to me a fascinating compelling kind of idea for a story and i've always loved seeing those those kinds of narratives not just in books piddles who in tv shows and movies Something that you think real you gradually realize is in some ways Some sort of delusion or constructive of either the narrator or character and. I had been thinking about this in the context of writing a school shooting novel and kicking around this idea in very vague general terms and and never quite figuring out how i wanted to do it and then A little over a year ago as you know I was involved in a school shooting at unc charlotte and that changed the narrative. The project that had been sort of on the back burner that had existed as a vague outline that revisited. A couple of times. The story that i wanted to tell became something quite different but it also became a story that i felt. I had to tell partly. Because i felt sort of trapped by the experience that had
A New Traditional Family
"So I'm a gay man. She's a lesbian were co parenting in we have a beautiful baby boy turns to a couple of weeks a couple of weeks the couple of days couple of days. Together we've been best friends for eight years. And Yeah, we've done a couple of TV shows might have seen us on what happens at the Abbey which was on, eat back in two, thousand seventeen, and then right after that, we did nine months according to facebook watch bone. Twenty. Seven seconds that's media training this good. That was very few but also you just dropped Courtney Cox in their bail. So you guys are famous. We've been trying to schedule it to you guys for like forever because your way cooler than us. But in the meantime, we had two different listeners be like you got to get these two and send us clips of yours and I was like I am doing my best retrying trying. Their very busy. I think well, I think life took over how many? Endemic hit right as we were scheduling, we had everything on the books every intention all of a sudden it was like Bam. Shut your lifestyle. But here we are. You move I moved to that was not yet. We moved seven times in the pandemic hit and the unknown then Hartley got sick. Oh He he was in the hospital Malone's buffoon before we moved. It was like, okay sickness move moved in here pandemic. Oh my God, what was he doing? Okay it was just it was winter time. It was the flu. It was like a whole household. was I mean we were a mass and we were sneezing and coughing all over each other and she was on her deathbed and next thing you know like in a baby just just say, Oh hey, it's my turn SCARY THAT HOSPITALIZATION OF OF A. Scary I've been there. It's not fun. You know we only just started talking but what kind of amazing is that you two are not a couple but talk to each other like a couple like eight years yeah. Eight years. Yeah. Well No, that's not what happened. Think you're you're like an old married couple but not a couple but a couple best friends. But it it functions. In a very weird couple ish way but it's so not a couple we were. We were kind of like America. And stuff like that, and we see. And we have a baby. Sleep. Basically like any other married. Thanks. So we're happy. A. Narrative there it is, and there's the truth listen I have to say you guys are living the life that I dreamed of in College Lake with my best gay boyfriends like this. I had plans with Gabe boyfriends all the time like, okay. Here's what's going to happen. We're GONNA make it baby. We're going to CO parent actually I don't think I ever talked through the co-parenting thing we were just GonNa. Make a baby together. So like how how, how, how to that, top? Yes. Tucked joining at the top. Okay. Well, it was a fine Sunday funday at the Abbey. She was pouring drinks. I was waiting for them to come in and get drunk. Hosting the front door, and before this shit hit the fan and and the storm. Con Sunday Funday we were just having a conversation just catching up like friends do. So rating was just going to tell him that was breaking up with one of her girlfriends with something natta girlfriend. And I was telling her that I have plans to have a baby with somebody else who she didn't like and she just looked at me and said, are you fucking crazy Well, yet kind of sort of because I'm running out of options here and then co worker looked about the bus and say, well, perhaps maybe the two of you should have a baby together and then to light bulbs when. We. Look at each other and then we had a conversation for about an hour and we shook on it. Most France do and then next thing you know three years later we have a baby in a nutshell. The elevator pitch for that.
Hartley Sawyer fired from 'The Flash' due to offensive tweets
"One of the stars of the flashes out after a series of tweets that have been deemed a racist and misogynistic prior to joining the show now Hartley Sawyer's exit was confirmed by the producers the tweets came back from twenty twelve and twenty fourteen including one that said the only thing the keeping the only thing keeping him from racist tweets was knowing al Sharpton wouldn't stop complaining the actor issued an apology on Instagram last week saying he's incredibly sorry ashamed and disappointed in
Local man creating face shields and masks for firefighters
"Has covered nineteen cases continue to climb health care workers in our state are faced with a shortage of personal protective equipment or PP is a Colorado native is now creating protective masks for firefighters Matt Hartley spent the last two decades specializing in lighting design but now he's using his talented three D. printers or something completely different well the canelo try to help out Hartley is flipped his operation to manufacture plastic medical masks that can be cleaned and re used these are kids party put together we've already sealed with construction Hartley has our first responders in mind and in addition to medical staff he plans to drop off a donation of medical masks and shields for the Arvada fire department when you call nine one one we're going to show up a job that does not stop the despite the Kobe nineteen outbreak we have to treat everybody that we run on as if they're possible covert patients were in full time that suits and masks gloves glasses Arvada fire says they're sensitive to the shortage of personal protective equipment that is already put a strain on
Harrier 809: Britain's Legendary Jump Jet
"Week's addition comes from the central London and we have a slightly different podcast to a usual technology and industry focus. I'm absolutely delighted to be joined by aviation author and historian. I think that's fair rolling white. Who's GonNa talk a little bit about his new book? Harrier eight hundred nine which comes out in. May End of April which looks back at the role of the partic- Harry in the Falklands War and sort of looks a little bit ahead as well. Rhode Island welcomes check six. Thanks very much understand you a bit of a Fan I am. I've been I've been listening to check six at home for as long as I've been listening to. Podcasts is one of the first I discovered and so Thrilled to be on it. That's great before we get to the nitty gritty of the book. I wonder if we could just ask how you go into this. I mean you navient engage. I'm absolutely aviation Geek and have been for as long as I can remember a as a kid. I remember flying into Wattisham. My Granny's house in Suffolk Going to ashes at Lake in. He's Mildenhall Duxford grew up in Cambridge. had a primary school teacher whose husband was working on the British Aerospace on the on the Tornado. And so I'd get sort of the tornado calendar and those things. Just you know made made by Hartley. So I've been an aviation geek as long as I can remember earned On the opportunity to kind of explore some of those things that captured imaginations a kid more latterly has been an absolute privilege and pleasure. Epic gave us a premise of the book focuses. Your Second Falcons will. Yes I sort of circled back to the Falklands war from Nazran space shuttle. Each book seems to be reaction to the one before. So Hey we're back on Rissoli British territory Obviously the Harriet to any British aviation fan is an iconic machine. And the folklore opposites. Its finest
Boston - Nor’easter May Clip Cape And Islands With Snow And Strong Wind
"Hartley cloudy skies this evening temperatures about thirty to eleven thirty seven at the shore increasingly cloudy tomorrow temperatures in the upper forties a little bit of a breeze develops and then wind develops tomorrow night it'll be colder to some rain and wet snow possible for a time near the city the snow is likely along the south coast Cape and islands and it could be a coating to an inch of snow by Saturday morning for some spots temperatures in the upper twenties overnight tomorrow blustery and cold the rest of Saturday it'll turn on mostly sunny temperatures in the mid forties but real feels in the twenties and thirties gets better from there Sunday into the mid fifties and low sixties around here for
'Borderlands 3' voice actor turned down role because Gearbox ‘wouldn’t go union’
"One on the report why Troy Baker isn't in borderlands three this is Kirk Kirk mckean over vg twenty four seven. If you remember we're of course do this whole Brouhaha for months. Now Randy Pitchford was asked on twitter. Hey is going to be reese. Randy said no troy turned down in Troy. I didn't turn it down. You guys said No. There's been back and forth. It's been ugly here's Kirk at VGA twenty four seven. We recently got a chance to talk to Baker during a fan event for wrestler replay. Let's play series the actor host alongside the other Troy Baker Nolan north. I love that during our chat he was openly disappointed that he didn't get a chance to play reese again in Borderlands Orlands three quote so they came to me and they were like do you want to do this. Baker explained which I said absolutely and then they made it impossible for me to do the role. It had nothing to do with money money. It had nothing to do. It had nothing to do with money. It had nothing to do with money. They just simply would not go about doing it the way that we needed to be done so then it it was like I never said no gosh I I worry Detroit. No he was talking to a reporter. It sounds like he's had a retro replay thing with Guinness just sitting there talking we we asked Baker to clarify what he meant by this scheduling conflicts or something else quote no it was simply a matter that they wouldn't go union. He replied and I can't do a non union union GIG without getting too deep into the weeds of that we had long conversations about this. We always knew going into it that this was going to be the thing they're gonNa take these characters and put them from put them from the tales from the series from telltale into Borland's proper. I've been waiting for this call. They were like do you want to do this and I said yes. They never they never because they would never move from that position. I'm not mad is invariably a complicated different. I'm sorry it's invariably a completely different different character but it's still sings stings fuck. It's hard to read quotes that are like just talking yeah. When it's a prepared quote we all go this garbage quote or a written word in general but when Choi's they're they're doubling up sentences over jabbing now the fun little kind of funny thing that we can do that but I want? I was going to bring in Chad's question because I think there's interesting. relation dossier Chad wrote in to Patriot dot com slash Kinda Funny Games says morning folks with the reveal this morning that Baker as a sack after member couldn't minute reprise his role of reese in Borland's three because gearbox wouldn't go union. Do you think this is something we'll see more of. Do you think this now becoming such a high profile story will before the hands of publishers to allow voice actors to unionize. I also wonder how often this happens. Considering it took one of if not the most popular voice actors sorry known to to make a headline that said I love the solitary solidarity intrigue continues to demonstrate that he is one of the kindest humans lot also. Let Your Voice Actors Union is Randy what the fuck cheers so yes. I already know where you're going with. This is an interesting story. If you all remember we hear kind of funny didn't animated series called kind of funny the animated series in episode one principal Christopher Walken it was played by Donna Troy Baker and the idea of course is that that'd be reoccurring character throughout throughout the entire run of the animated series well on top of that he was going to play two characters. He was gonNA play the principal. He was also gonNA play Troy who was like the Guy Oh I do. Remember who was a character in the show that just doesn't ever have voice yeah and the reason he doesn't have a voice is he's a Wendy's boyfriend. I remember that yeah I'd beef with Troy and we we we did a he pulled favor. I totally which is a gal do fucking voice view. He ended up getting kind of in trouble for it. It was more of a slap on the wrist. If you can't be doing that Shit so dr like hey we want to do the whole like series a kind of social. Whatever the hell it was at that point we had to go through his people and he didn't want to be that way he was he's like dude? I want to do this. Let's make it work but us us especially back then be the people we were. We got maybe two steps into that process and we're oh man it's complicated and it's going to require not too much money but the way that the money had to go was too complicated for what we were set up for gearbox they can handle that shape this and nothing that's of course the argument to be made here right is that kind of funny in the spare bedroom at the kitchen table and nick riding on these scripts was not the same as gearbox however there's a lot of different stuff going on here. Remember that when the David eddings lawsuit stuff was happening right and he was saying he that when he got replaced as claptrap this is a similar thing right that he left left in some he he worked at gearbox did the voice of claptrap and didn't get paid extra because of it. That's not the payment thing. I don't know anything about that other than what eddings has talked about publicly but that's still seems to be the case with how they do the voices in general right after the troy thing happened. I wondered if it was this based on what had happened with us. We obviously we had never had that kind of sag work a conversation before because we never did something like that before so it'd been so much time between borderlands two boroughs three I wondered after this happened with Troy was a union thing and then on top of that. I wonder how that would affect one actually burch who of course tiny team in the game is in the game. It is actually on the economy com slash wrong if I'm wrong about that doing tiny Tina's voice like I was wondering how she got around it because that's the other thing within the union ship makes everything so complicated. No longer on unions do a lot of great. I'm good. I'm not saying they're bad but I know like when I go and do the Lego Games because I'm not union. I have to do Taft Hartley Agreement. That's something weird like I. There's like paperwork on top of paperwork that is like we're bringing this person in because he s voice because of x y and Z yeah and so you know it's this weird thing of also talking to an extent here but for a long time not forever a longtime telltale didn't use SAG after voice actors obviously towards the end the change we're talking about in the borderland right here troy's in that obviously laurabeets in that all that but I remember and I'd have to go look at it now. There's there's something different about the credits where if you look through the credits of a telltale game where they use both union and non union they get credited in different ways interesting. There's so many intricate streak. I can't even talk to complications to use voice sag person or a a union voice actress nonunion voice actor that I I do wonder what this means for. How gearbox does it? You know I think chat ask in general I don't think so because I don't think this is something that happens often in many ways we've talked about. I think it is automatic. I'd imagine this happening all the time. I mean if it happened to us. I'm sure it's happening all over the place that you just don't hear about it because most people don't have podcast that years later the randomly telling the story sure you know but I think were going just different uh-huh directions with this one I'm saying I wonder how much this happens in terms of AAA Games. That's what I'm
Walmart, Hartley Gin And El Paso discussed on Financial Issues
"One day after the shooting massacre in el Paso police say a Walmart in the Texas town of Hartley gin was targeted the man was arrested at a home in that city on a charge of making a terrorist threat and was awaiting
The travel industry seeks to limit phone use
"To reconcile the useful and necessary capabilities that smartphones bring with the well with the distractions that they bring us well, right because business case in point the travel industry, you know, the drill right and any crowd of tourists. You will find lots of phones in people's hands. And they could be pretty useful for find your way around the streets bears or showing friends and family would agree time. You're having wherever you are. Or we should be fair staying in touch with the office if you absolutely have to. But the thing is there are large parts of the travel industry that would just as soon you put the thing away. Marketplace's we're not a sago has that one. Some resorts are offering perks like free snorkeling tours to guess to manage to give up their devices for a few hours a resort in. Puerto Vallarta offers a detox concierge to replace phones with boardgames psychologist art Markman at the university of Texas at Austin says cell phones are. Competition for an industry whose product is the here. And now you're supposed to get away from everything and the thing about your cell phone is it connects you back to all the things that you were doing before you were on vacation in its sixteenth study Markman found that people who use their phones for more than two hours each day during -cation, we're more likely to have trouble remembering their trip. So it makes some sense for the travel industry to at least try to get people off devices, even if it means fewer Instagram posts, featuring their businesses. It's lunch hour at the Wyndham. Bonnet creek resort in Orlando waiters are shuttling menus Dockery's. And my he sandwiches to suntanned guests at the poolside restaurant. The area is surrounded by palm trees, there's even a lake nearby filled with boy fish, Harry Chohan is not looking at any of this. But construction manager arrived from Buffalo New York just a few hours ago with his wife and daughter for a weekend vacation, but he's scrolling through emails on his phone. I have stopped going on at work his daughter Harley, a twenty road college student majoring in communications has her head down to she's snap chatting to a sunshine deprived audience back home hits knowing back home now. So I'm like rubbing at my friends faces and I've slain by the pool what the children's also don't see across from their phones in between the salt shaker and the catch up on their table is a sign that reads phone free zone and here comes a resort staff member carrying a clipboard and some. Little grey pouches to explain you know, much about it. Or have you heard about it from anyone in the hotel Ted surface who runs food service at the resort tells the cho- men's he can put their phones in the pouches in lock them away. Among the enticements a chance to win a five nights. Stay at the resort. Lock them up for the for the lunch base say yes. Within seconds. They're eating and talking with each other Wyndham grand is thinking about rolling out. Optional phone free zones in all its hotels this year, but asking vacationers to drop their phones doesn't always work out rusty Hartley launched his company off the grid. Tours back in two thousand thirteen he tried to lead cell phone free excursions to breweries in Canada and caves in New Zealand, but he found out quickly that people need it their phones for so many things onto instructions how to get somewhere. What time to be there? So now, he lets people use their phones on the tours. Yes. Our phones are central to who we are what we. Do may even on vacation like the show. Men's sandy Higgins from Maryland is vacationing at the Wyndham resort here in Orlando. But I'm like them. She's not going to give up her phone. No way. No how I keep my phone with me for emergencies. Or if the kids have to contact us, a recent study from common sense media found sixty nine percent of parents and seventy eight percent of teens check their devices at least hourly divorcing ourselves from our phones on vacation the a bridge too far for many,
Elon Musk apologizes to British caver for "pedo" tweet
"Eighteen Breakfast, Virginia, Honey brewer on talk radio coming. Up so what he, wouldn't he just a. Repeated I, said the word would instead of what the sentence should have. Been I don't see any reason why wouldn't be Russia sort of a double. Negative Donald Trump felt the need to clarify his statements that he made about Russia when he stood alongside Vladimir Putin in Helsinki earlier this, week I've heard about, you but I definitely felt so let's have a bit of. Fun fill in the blank Trump would dot dot, dot treat me at. Radio we'll get some of those coming up next, say I'll be speaking to a. Comedian he was humiliated sympathy using a disabled space on a, train and how do we stem the tide of fake? News, well I'll try to find out is it Murli permissible to edit human? Embryos an ethics inquiry has, said, yes the time is five minutes past. Nine this is the no nonsense breakfast with, Julia Hartley, brewer On We'll get you so. Okay we said he will get you talking lots to talk about in this hour and we'll, say we've got breaking news in the last. Hour the. Billionaire Elon Musk has issued a formal public apology A British man who helped rescue twelve schoolboys, from that cave calling him. A pita guy based on no evidence what so ever absolute absolute hero Unsworth a British man, living in Thailand keen cave expert who create. A crucial. Role in getting those twelve boys and they're The football coach out alive and well and he, is not accepted an apology from. Elon Musk after, he tweeted that he was a seventy because this guy had. Said it was a bit of a pierced onto. Beetle muster offer his submarine to try and get the kids, Minnie's upraising no understanding of the cave conditions and it really wasn't much help but extraordinary story begging mind today to the ties school was making public appearances we've seen some footage face gossip up in there Hospital beds in China but they'll give making some of their personal appearances and some of them will be starting to go home see just incredible amazing. News dominated so much in the last few weeks, and a great news. That that is all being well result well one thing that hasn't been quiet resolved. Though is, what Donald Trump seems to think, of Ladimir puritan and what he thinks visit talent, agencies last night he is sat down in the White House and made a statement. In which he clearly. Was reading saying that he had misspoken when he completely failed to blame. Russia for interfering in the, American election twenty sixteen that was, why he was standing alongside plasma Putin their, joint press conference after the summit in Helsinki he said he'd be surprised by the storm of criticism the photos his remarks where he basically said I believe Putin over my own intelligence, security agencies we paid you a little clip a few moments ago Peterson to the full clip, it's even more astonishing let's have. A listen to, what the United States president had to say now I have. To say I came back and I said what Is going on what's. The big deal so I got a transcript are reviewed it I actually. Went out and reviewed a, clip of an answer that I, gave And I realized that there is a need for some. Clarification it should have been obvious I thought it would be obvious but I would. Like to clarify just in case it wasn't. An a key sentence Enviro remarks I said the word would instead of wouldn't The sentence should have been I don't see any. Reason why wouldn't why wouldn't be rushing so Just to repeat it I said the word would instead of. Wooden And the sentence Schiller Ben and I thought I would be maybe a little. Bit unclear on the transcript. Or run smear on the actual video the sentence should have been I don't. See any reason why it wouldn't be Russia Sort of a double negative So. You can put that in and I think that probably clarifies. Things, pretty good by itself yeah that'd probably clarifies. Things pretty good by itself goodness me if you didn't chuckle alternatively with just sort of being just horrified, by to that detailed statement then you're listening to..
Brexit: Jacob Rees-Mogg faces backlash after warning to Theresa May
"Nonsense breakfast with julia hartley brewer we'll get you so okay we certainly will join me this morning russell quirk is the founder and chief executive of the property website email takeda uk say comedian amplats glad to visit kate smith wait good morning to you coming up we all going to be talking more about the footy coming up on on tuesday night of course atticus wimbledon starts today but no andy murray what a shame lots of your tweets coming in about brexit should the prime minister will be replaced by a bricks it is someone who believes in brexit as opposed to somebody who perhaps this is a little bit too much to hurt incredibly europhile somewhat say you're a fanatic civil servants well the leader of the eurosceptic european research group at jacob breathe smoke is basically a facebook instigating open tory rebellion could be the theresa may's government could collapse unless she delivers the brexit as jacob says she herself has promised now is a critical summit at chequers country residence this friday and it will see a time when the cabinet has to meet and finally agree when are months and months after they tried to start agreeing on what the government's proposals will beat the eu on trade and jacob smoke has made clear that he and his colleagues are going to vote against mrs maes deal if she feels that ever what she has said she would he compared his position to that of sir robert peel the former conservative prime minister forced to quit in eighteen forty six of his party revolted over the peel of the corridors takes a back to matt alevels thank you very much indeed.
Suspect in Annapolis shooting identified as Jarrod Ramos
"Carmen roberts we're learning more about the man suspected of fatally shooting five people at the capital gazette in maryland identifies him as thirty eight year old jared ramos who's been in a long running feud with the paper been twenty eleven capital staff writer eric thomas hartley wrote an article about rama's the peace detailed how rama stockton woman he went to high school with calling her bulgar names and sending her messages toxic trace gallagher hartley no longer works for the president trump helped break ground yesterday for the ten billion dollar foxconn plant in milwaukee buddy singled out a company based their harley davidson please build us beautiful motorcycles in the usa please okay don't get cute with us don't get cute harley plans to move some production overseas in response to the us eu tariffs fox news.
London, Julia Hartley and Professor Stephen Hawking discussed on C-SPAN
"Claimant's i go around the country visiting jobcentres they think that the system is much simpler and easier and actually the disincentives of not taking on work have gone taking a photo under a person's claes without my consent could result in two years in jail in england and wales in future laws making socalled up skirting specific criminal offense are already in place in scotland gay rights campaigners appraise peter tatchell for using the world cup joy tension to the treatment of minorities in russia mr tatchell has been released from custody but his juice repairing court later this month for breaking rules around protesting journalists for the pink newspaper benjamin butterworth has been telling julia onto right here it is vital these issues and not ignored during the football the fact that the world cup in russia is obscene russia routinely discriminates against gay men violently institutionally but most salaries a liverpool football player and news in the world cup with egypt was photographed with category of the leader of chechnya who was put these game in concentration camps just a few days ago these sorts of things are not simply sporting events they're unique ways for awful leaders to get capital tennis legend boris becker has avoided bankruptcy proceedings in the uk with a diplomatic loophole is become a sports ambassador to the central african republic that means he gets immunity a memorial service for professor stephen hawking is to be held at westminster abbey in london this lunchtime it'll include readings from astronaut tim peak and benedict cumberbatch who played the physicist in tv film his ashes will be buried alongside other great scientists like darwin and newton the weather today lighter win sunny spells scattered showers i'll be heaviest in the north and quite warm when the sun comes through across the uk online and on the independence republic of mike graham on talk radio blasted rhetoric from the banana republic for people who say capital punishments isn't going mealy far enough the reverend to migrate rebellious rebuilds three brandon debate with the grain dictates the independence republic of my graham this morning from ten wherever you stand have your say on the uk's most outspoken space station the no nonsense breakfast julia hartley brewer on sold radio we'll get you it's okay titas until radio i'm jillian bill thank you very much indeed for joining.