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Kadri extends point streak, Avs top Ducks 5-2 for 6th in row
"Colorado won its sixth consecutive game besting the ducks five to two during the streak the avalanche of scored thirty six goals all while missing superstar Nathan mackinnon captain Gabriel Landeskog coming out of our zone with speed and and and also we do that and play fast draw some penalties and apart please been a lot better last six seven games yes took the lead for good at two one in the second period on a redirect by Alex new hook the game took a bizarre twist when Colorado goalie Darcy Kemper twice had to exit because of a malfunction with the blade on one of his skates with the victory Jared Bednar past Bob Hartley is the winningest coach in avalanche franchise history Bruce Morton Denver
"hartley" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
"Not giving him the benefit of the doubt not giving a break not letting him show any goodness and damning him completely. So yes something the frankenstein. Mary shelley call it the the the modern Theus so yeah. So i think that's what that's about it's ineffective story is very simple and it cooks down to the end and we get that mounting tension and then the things revealed. Oh yeah the only thing i would say for show as we are told that the ws character was a policeman but not until he's being a policeman so it might have been better if there have been so i'm hinted the beginning that red herring wasn't a saying. Oh it's a woman that was just to throw us off. I wasn't massively convinced by the but if at that point we had some some information that would made us link the character to being a police officer then later on at the end we will go. How when the policemen would have dawned on us. Although it may have dawned on us. And i suppose that is a fourth case. So we've got narrator withhold information we. We may have information that the character doesn't have to and all we might be both into dock but this a one where the the writer the author does not give information but we guess it because about cultural familiarity with this type of story so when the policemen pays some of you will have been saying. What's going on here is not the author. Who's done that for you. You have guessed up because of your familiarity with this kind of story but going back to the point. If we'd been at some point early on that there was some liquid police we would have either big a ha moment. I think i think the reason. Ls hotly didn't do it lp. Holly the only initials didn't do it is because it possibly would collapse the story. We will just guess too much. It would become too obvious. And i think probably couldn't have done not although it would have created a bigger aha because if you give too much inflammation it would have just become playing what was happening. And we would have lost the suspense so yeah. I think there's a good story was recommended by a reader. Listen listening reader viewer. Whoever it was recommended as story story a new and it was nice and short which i like a welcome stories from recommended that i particularly ones. I haven't read. Get loads of those are actually the only issues that some people recommend stories novel and and they're just they're just too long because a novel use something like ninety thousand words it takes. That's something like iraq. In a thousand words is ten minutes so it's ninety thousand minutes which is divided by six days fifteen hours if that was correct..
"hartley" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
"I used to write scripts for live roleplaying games back in the day. The colored saloons we used to and i would use. How would actually time events to happen on the hour and particularly clock that struck and people look and then we'd get to associate Danger with a certain time and as the time approached tension ratcheted up and this is exactly what this is how he does. This is through the postcards. So i thought though if you didn't know anything about british geography you might be a bit of a loss because the first one in four or five up in angus northeast. Scotland and then he's a ends but york doesn't it come vs someone else in scotland as well coldstream somewhere. I can't remember michael eastern coastal just saying and York and then he's at coventry amend missed some steps out and the guy the author william streeter no wall to streator lives in the west country. So he's getting closer and closer so if you were familiar with british geography you coming closer closer so the caucus good new thing he does is he has to really is showing and won't nice. It'll be foreshadowing mr the bits. He's he's he keeps promising a hearty handshake later on. We find out that he only has one man. The policeman william stains fifth only has one And he's he's hearty..
"hartley" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
"Volunteer to go into the army. But in when when conscription came along in nineteen seventeen he joined the army. And he was commissioned as an officer in the norfolk regiment. But he didn't actually see any active service because he had a we cut now according to the notes. And i don't know the guy so don't be unfair but they say he was a hypochondriac. Now these days we'd call it a health anxiety but apparently is very worried about tetanus and things like that after the the wall finish. He went back to oxford to finish his degree. Decided they wanted to be a writer and that was what he wanted to do. And he has some poetry published in oxford poetry and he became an editor of oxford outlook and during his time ought oxford. He became a friend. Various writers including cynthia asquith lady. Cynthia asquith and we have read her stories out on the classic ghost stories. Podcast the shop which was very well received and she also edited. She became an editor of ghost stories. And he's i volume of stories in one thousand nine hundred fold night phase which was ghost stories at oxford. He became acquainted with them. The stock rossini moved in those circles in nineteen twenty two. He had a nervous breakdown and went to live in venice. Italy venice beach. I've got a story to tell you about the Once i went to italy in venice on bought a ring and it had a dolphin. It.
"hartley" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
"Walter wetland that's just too bad will have to come to grips and you know what that means. You took off one of my albums. But i've still got the other stains of the ireland hand. You cold me well. To began to pant. I'll give you two minutes to remember stains. said they both looked at the clock at first stealthy movement of the hand paralyzed wilt. His thought he stand williams stainless faced. He's cruel crafty faced which seemed to be always in shadow as if it was something the light could not touch. Desperately he searched. He's memory the one factor would save him but he's memory clench like faced would give him nothing. I must invent something he thought and suddenly he's mind relaxed and he's so printed on it like a photograph the last page of the book then with the speed magic of a dream each page period before him in perfect clarity until the i was reached and he realized we overwhelming force. That what it looked for was not there in all that evil not one hint of good and he felt compulsively and with the kind of exultation that unless he testified to this. The cho's goodness everywhere would be betrayed. There's nothing to be said for you shouted and you know it of all your dirty tricks dishes at dirtiest you want me to whitewash you don't you. They're very snowflakes on your turning black. How dare you ask me for a character. I given you one already. God forbid i should ever say a good word for you. i'd rather die stains with one shutout. Then die he said. The police found welte street has slumped across the dining table. He's body was still dead four. It was not. He's hand that he's visita shaken but he's throat well to streeter had been strangled. Always assailant no twice on the table. And on these clothes with flakes melting snow and how it came there remained a mystery. Fano snow was reported from any district on the day. He died.
"hartley" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
"Little room the silence per around him like a kettle. He didn't even the doorbell to lose been ringing for some time a visitor this hour. He's knees trembling. You went to the door. Scarcely knowing what expected to find so what was his relief opening it to see the doorway filled by the toll. Figura policemen without waiting for the man. To speak coming coming my fellow he exclaimed. He held his hand out but the policeman didn't take it. You must have been very cold standing out. I didn't know snowing though. He added seeing the snowflakes and the policemen. Cape and helmet coming and warm yourself. Thanks the policeman. I don't mind if i do well to noon of the phrase is used by men of the policeman. Stop not take this for grudging acceptance. This way he prattled on. I was writing in my study by jovi east code attend on now. What did you take your traps. Often make yourself at home. Consta- long replacement said i've to jump to as you know. oh yes Such silly job sinecure. He stopped wondering if the policeman would know. What a sinecure was. I suppose you know what about the postcards to placement nodded. But nothing can happen to me. As long as you're here said walter. She'll be safe. A safest houses stays lungs. You can have a drink. I never drink on duty. Said the policeman still in his cape and helmet. He looked around. So this is why you work. He said yes. I was writing when you ran. Some devils foret. Expect policeman said oh. Why well to his hut by. He's unfriendly tone in notice how hard he's goo spree is were. I'll tell you in a minute. Said.
"hartley" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
"He's owned initials wall to didn't think that the coincidence meant anything. But culloty's mind and weakened its resistance to his obsession so an easy was he. The one the next postcard came. It came as a relief. I'm quite close now. He read an involuntarily. He turned postcard over the glorious central tower gloucester cathedral. He's i he standard it as if you could tell him something then with an effort went on reading my movements as you may have guessed on not quite on the my control but oh being well. I look forward to seeing you sometime this weekend. Then we can really come to grips. I wonder if you recognize me. It won't be the first time you've given me us hospitals. My hand is a bit cold tonight but my hands shake will be justice hockey as always w. s. Ps gloves to remind you of anything cost to jail. Walter took the post cut straight to the police station and asked if he could have police protection over the weekend. The officer in charge smiled at him and said he was quite shoes a hoax but he would tell someone to keep an eye on the premises. You still have no idea who it could be. Worked well to shuki hand. It was to stay well to st to have plenty of time to think about the weekend. At first he felt he would not be able to live through the vote but strange to say. He's confidence increased rather than waiting. He set himself to work as though he could work and present found he could differently from before and he thought that it was as though the nervous strain he had been living on the had like an acid dissolved layer of non conductive thought that came between him and he's subject he was near to it now and he's characters instead of obeying woodley stage. Directions responded wholeheartedly with all the beings to the test. Put them to so past the days and the don't friday seemed like any other day until something joke him out to be self-induced trans and suddenly he asked himself. When does a.
"hartley" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
"But he knew it was there now to admit to himself that the post postcard business become a leading factor in his life it had created a new area of thoughts and feelings and they were most unhelpful. He's being strung up in expectation. If the next postcard you when it came it took him as the others had completely by surprise he couldn't bring himself to look at the picture. I hope you well. I would like to have a post cut from coventry. He read have you been to coventry. I have in fact you sent me there. It isn't a pleasant experience. I continue. I'm getting nira. Perhaps we should come to grips after roll. I advised you to come to grips with your characters. Didn't i have. I given you any new ideas if i have you. Autism fan committee for the our novelist. Want i understand. I have been re reading your novels. Living in the my might say another hot. Handshake is always though the. Us a wave of panic searched up in walter street. To how was it that he had never noticed all this time. The most significant fact about post gods that each one came from a place geographically closer to him than the last i am coming. Neera had his mind unconsciously self-protective one blinking. If he'd had he wished he could put them back on. He took an app. Listen idly traced out. wac's itinerary and interval of eighty miles of so seemed to separate stopping places. Walter lived in a large west country town about ninety miles from coventry. Should he show the postcards to and alienist. But what could i tell him. He would not know what wall to wanted to know whether he had anything to fear from. Ws to please. The police used to dealing with poison pens. If nafta ten so much the better they did not laugh however they said they thought the postcards were hoax and the ws would never show up in the flesh then asked if there was anyone who had a grudge against him. No one that. I know of while to set they to took the view that the right it was probably a woman. They told him all to worry but to let them know. Further postcards came a little comforted. well went home. the toke with place at dunham good. He thought it over. It was quite true what he had told him that he had no enemies. He was not amana strong personal feelings. Such feelings as he had went into his books and his books you drawn some pretty nasty characters no recent years however of recent years. He had felt a reluctance to draw very batman. Warren he thought it morally responsible and artistically unconvincing to the good in everyone. Iago's were mayf- laterally but he had to admit it several weeks since he laid pen to paper so much of this ridiculous business of the postcards way upon his mind if he had to draw a really wicked person he represented him as a communist or not say someone who had deliberately put off his human characteristics but in the past when he was young and more inclined to see things as black white he let himself go wants tories..
"hartley" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
"Him. He was not a man to experiment with acquaintances. Still off to think of this unknown person. Speculating about him. Sizing him up worldly indeed. He reread the last two chapters he had written. Perhaps they didn't have that fake family ground. He was too ready to escape as other novelist were nowadays into ambiguous world. A world where the conscious mind didn't have things too much. Its own way but did that matter. He threw the picture of barrick. Tweet into these november fire and tried to write. The words came haltingly as though contending with an extra strong barrio of self criticism and today's days past. He became uncomfortably aware of self division. As though someone had taken hold of his personality in was pulling pot he's work was no longer modernists to strains in it unreconciled and opposing. It went much slower as he tried to resolve this code. And if a mind baps. I was getting into a groove and maybe a growing pain a may have tapped a new source of supply. If only i could correlate the to a the conflict fruitful as many times. The third postcard showed a picture of york minster. I know you're interested in cathedrals. It said i'm sure this isn't the sign of meglomania in your case but smaller churches us sometimes more wounding. I'm seeing a good many churches on my way south busy writing or are you looking around for. Id as another hoc- handshake from your friend. W s it was true. That wall street. It was interested in cathedrals. Lincoln cathedral have been the subject volume youthful fantasies and he had written about it in a travel book and it was also true that he admired me a size was inclined to undervalue parish. Churches but how could w s of noon. And was it really senate making the mania and who was w s anyhow for the first time it struck him the initials way zone. No not for the first time. He had noticed it before but there was such commonplace initials. That were gilbert's they will moms that shakes a common possession. Anyone might have them yet now. It seemed to him an odd coincidence and the idea came into his mind.
"hartley" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
"Jiffy booty johnston. Isn't that said you try it into the comeback wasco. Ws by lp hockley. The first postcard came from four or five. I thought you might like it. Picture for fight. Said you've always been so interested in scotland and that is one reason why i am interested in you. I have enjoyed oyo books. But you really get to grips with people. i touted. Try to think of this as a handshake from your devoted. Admira w. s. like of novelists walter street. It was used to getting communications from strangers. Usually they were friendly but sometimes as critical in either case the always answered them for he was conscientious but answering them took up the time energy he needed for his writing so that he was rather relieves at wnyc given no address the photograph a full. Fouls uninteresting torio. He's anonymous correspondence criticism. However lingered in his mind did he really fell to come to grips with these characters seated. He was aware that in most cases they were either projections of his own personality or indifferent foams they antithesis of it the me and the nominee bob thirty spotted this not for the first time walter made a vow to be more objective about ten days later arrived another postcard. This time. Barrick upon tweed. What do you think of berry. Tweeted said like you. It's on the border. I hope this doesn't sound rude. I don't mean you are avoided lion case you know how much i admire stories. Some people call them otherworldly. I think you should plump a wom- world and the other another firm handshake. W s well to st pundit over this began to wonder about the sender was correspondent and man or a woman it looks like a mand handwriting commercial. I'm self conscious and the criticism like a man's on the other hand a woman to probe to want to make him feel at the same time flat and unsure of himself..
"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.
Police Investigating Apparent Murder-Suicide in Howard County Near Washington DC
"County are investigating a murder suicide in Colombia Detectives Leave that 31 year old Kyle Hartley, but shot his wife, A. Lien also 31 years old and then killed himself. Early Sunday morning. It happened on Oak Bush terrorists off team are Dr officers had gone to the home to check on the couple's welfare after a neighbor reported hearing gunshots at around three in the morning. Motive for the shooting is unknown and around the
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.
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
"hartley" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"Good evening everybody. This is Dana Mitchell and my co host Lilith Noce Hello Lilla. Helo. How are you? How are you? Tonight? Not Too bad. I some special guests here tonight. Now that the cabinet. My old. Buddy. Bill, Hartley and his lovely bride. Chris Hartley are with US tonight and I'm excited to be talking to them again..
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
"The hunt. It's a mix of a social satire. Maybe updating the Classic Tale Most Dangerous Game Betty Gilpin is crystal for a long time. I've played characters. Who are kind of supportive wife for supportive girlfriend while the man gets to go the the crazy monster whose unleashed and You know has oceans inside him and like you can't get in there you don't know what's going on in there and just sort of being like. Hey Okay I'll make you some tea. I think you know so many women are like wait but I feel that other thing I feel like I could throw a chair through a window to or I feel like a hundred different people during a day as well. I don't feel like I've got a blow out and I'm waiting in a doorway. Strangely this character came to me Much easier than A lot of housewife with laundry basket and supportive smile so far so good with a strong woman character and speaking of strong women here is Oscar. Winner Hilary Swank. So my character. Athena is a woman who I feel has pulled herself up from her her bootstraps she Grew Up. I think in a very particular way I am. I making it. That kind of a lower socioeconomic background and she didn't let her way. She didn't let that stop her from achieving everything she wanted in life and because of that she believes anyone else can do that and that's kind of her narcissism right because we don't all handle our situations the same way but she feels if I did it anyone could do it and so she treats other people Who aren't using words properly or spelling properly or really holding themselves to a higher standard in a way that is kind of like beneath her and kind of look down on them but I think that she worked really hard to get where she is and so when it's taken from her it reminds her of her greatest fear is that she could be back where she wants started. Justin Hartley from this is us in small. Bill is big Game Shane. So I read this. It's a fun read. I remember I I got this. I was like well. That's a really fun read. And it's one of those things where you know for me as outlandish as it seemed at certain times in kind of like just gory. At times and kind of Far out there. There's also this sort of eerie kind of feeling that I got after I read it. That didn't seem to FA- I mean didn't seem too far fetched which kind of scared me a little bit. Damon Lindelof is the writer producer of the hunt. I think that at the end of the day our intention was to make a movie that everybody could go see that they could see themselves reflected in these characters but also understand that. It was a very heightened version of of these characters that ultimately I. I do think that the movie tries not to take sides but it's also impossible not to root for the people who are being shot at the entire time and I think that our broader sense of things have gotten very extreme and this movie feels like ridiculous on many different levels. But the scariest part of this movie is that. Is it that ridiculous? Don't we believe in some things in the conspiracy world that are just as absurd as what we just saw unfold here and at the end of the day the hunters and the hunted are of specific political affiliations but we tried not to get overtly political but at the same time code the movie so that you kind of knew? Who was who we hope that liberals will be able to laugh at themselves? That's one of the hardest things for for liberals to do as a liberal. I don't like being the butt of the joke and I actually feel like although politic my political ideology is vastly different in many ways from conservatives. They are just might have a much better sense of humor about it about the whole thing which I think is commendable and the movie tries to reflect that idea as well and the producer for bloom. House is Jason Blum. The Hunt is an amazing story about first impressions. And how wrong they are. It's very political and I'm very political. It doesn't take sides but But it does point out that we're all quick judge and I include myself in that and I loved that about about the hunt. I also love that. It's really it's centered around too strong female characters. That's really that's really. Who Anchors the movie and? I think the time is right for an action. Movie starring women. Social media plays a very important part in the hunt because the hunt is about quick impressions wrong and one of the I think the big the big downfalls of social media is that you get these little get information in little bits and pieces and that causes people to go crazy and get angry and most of the time MIS misunderstand things or misinterpret each other and the hunt is about a lot of things but that's one of the main things that it's about look to make sure the hunt is playing at theater near you as we move on from this crazy. Pandemic the corona virus for bite. This is Tony Taylor.
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"Liz just in closing on wondering what you would say to anyone listening today. That has come to that point that place in their life that maybe they've lost some hope they can't connect with the drains that maybe they had as a teenage girl and a feeling a little bit lost in their own lives. What would you say to those women listening today? What's your advice? What would you suggest they they do right now and take action on? I will say number. One is to get the meaning fullness of life back because what happened. This world is so busy so this will will leave you and you will not let Ni- because it will tell you what time you need to be aware of what you need to do. How quickly you have to do it. What you have to. Because it's such a rush of time and a lot of us have dreams spent. We never do anything about it. A lot advances in work situations and we don't even enjoy the job that we in said. The things being is to put your dream down so if we go to. My book believed to be sent for beginning. You have to start at the beginning. You've gone to think that if you have three tomorrow it can happen. Said basically you have to write you dream down. You have to write down your plan. What do you want to get from this life? What is the most important things for you in life? And then it's like that and you write it down and stay by state you go through it and you follow that dream. One of my stories in my book is also. I see your dream as the idea of a three house. How does it three? How's the ballot you face at the Drake on Piper? Then often you've got your three house on Piper. You need to both steps to get into three to be able to start devoting your tree house off. The you went through every single state and then you could start boarding the face ground label of Your Tree House. I only off the eubanks through putting the walks up their new up. You can start to take a right. You Three House said that is exactly what you must do with dreams and things in life for me. I see you Johnnie to your dreams match. Might more important as you dream because so many times you get to you dream and you say is this. What my brief Eli. I work all these years. I do everything I sacrifice all of this to get to my dream and when you're at your dream it only lasts for a short while before you have a new today or it. It wasn't even what you expected. It can be so my advice is put your dream on Piper today. Realize it's GonNa tax tapes and then my shoe it. That Jenny is more important than your end result. And when I talk about the journey I talk about the you meet on the way the people that help you your own skills that you develop through it even challenges that you overcome on not even overcome that always bought a few expanding to get you to the end result of it so kiss that is my basic my Buki said very. It's a very easy plan to follow to assist you with achieving that. So if you need to get that just to help you stay by state the gate that do it. If you don't need to do it I just wanted to start off today by putting your dreams down on Piper and putting a time line next to it in my book. I even got a long way. You put your dreams next time lines. What I dream message Chow. Wait I now want to be in five years from now and then you would to go to you also need to keep record of your journey because this remarkable things that happen in your Jimmy Jimmy. But it's so quickly that we will forgot about it so when you come from six months from now you need dude. I that down so you can look back on that to see what has happened in the last six months Liz L. Let's a wonderful wonderful supportive way to encourage each of us to reach out and rise up and not give often not quit as you could have done many many years ago as a young teenage girl but thanks to the beautiful woman that inspired you to not give up not quit as you've done for us today in the beautiful you podcast those listening today. The big message here is don't quit. There is a way find a way and three Lascelles book. I believe in you. There is definitely a way that you can move fullwood. Thank you MS L. Spain's such a privilege and a pleasure to hear your story and to and to just be inspired by the experiences and the skills and the gifts that you bring to this world. I really have appreciated sharing with you today. Thank you that the city spatial for me and to all listen it believing a sow and believing the people around you because that is the only way for you to achieve your. If you know it's time to take action and you want to connect with your beautiful you then. I want to connect with you find me on facebook DOT COM FORWARD SLASH REDEMPTION. Mama's or. Drop me a message. You will also find any links for my guest on the facebook page just well. You can be empowered. You can be equipped and inspire others and embrace true courage by becoming your beautiful new. I'm Miriam snap. And he is to being the beautiful.
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"Or good and I want to tell you a little bit about the conditions of the toilet because she sharing with people in the park. It's Actiony it's not that clean. It's not that Martin it is. It's not a place that you want to use for a month. Two months what to say for five years. That's definitely not quite you want it to happen but then also we live in a town way. There was a lot of wheat so at night time that we will blow sandwich side. The ten picks one keep detained so maybe dies we as children had to go to school said. Diet because what you've done it right through. The night he was hanging on. The Tena Taint the whole incredible that that blow away and then the next morning walk around gevving. Pick up everything up. Everybody that had blown away by everybody gave they belong. Spec is incredible and as a teenager. It's such an impressionable time in those years. Isn't it when you feel everyone's watching you already? Yes and that that's way out of that. All is way my book believe in you had started because for me as a teen. I go to get through that situation and that Feeling within me I had to imagine that my taint and Caravan Place we live in the caravan paw was mark also so I had to imagine that. Even if they wasn't a big garden I just imagined this big God and I imagine the space and obviously when you wanted to wash dishes you had to walk down to go and Faye todd toward woke up a little back. That's where you wash your dishes so you just imagine all of that deposited and not let it get you on there and it. I can't say honesty you. It wasn't the easiest time but what I can say h I have take one by one by one block off to say a wo- gate through this are whoa gate to the other side and you just had to keep believing. It's amazing at that age that you had that fortitude that strength that I guess that awareness that that's what you needed to do he's we think backup that now. I must say it's very surprising for me as well but in that time I was just going into a survival mode for myself. I was just going into point where I say. How can I get out of what I am in an? How can I get through this who've outdated gate me under I kinda tight? It was easy because it was it and I did ask the wait. Why so so many times but I have named gave up. I had decided I can ask the word. Why as many times as one but I will not give up and index young ghost time also. I add a sickness and the way in Africa. You Kuito so why did actually mean it means oil Nervous system has been attacked. So your whole body of little dots and I remember when my mom took me to the doctor. He say to my mom visit St Canoes. That our old Paysan is supposed to get. He has never see a goal my age that got that sickness so you know what we were surviving and make sure that we've got food in the house and now boasts west by so we were just hoping that. I get through that quickly and be okay. So there wasn't really pampering that it was al Qaeda Baker. Now good let's go on and that's it so reach. Which was that time of a situation in our own life and that's probably also a fashion design that today because I never had close. Oh the hang down is and you just hope they something that fit you. And that's why I liked. It started to so to start making enclosed at it. I could catch nuclear safety. Mike and I absolutely laugh my career as a fashion designer. We Ted involve over to a fashion Stylus. These days run. Yes today you you help. Women Fall in love with their own style. You HELP THEM. Discover this style. You help them shop better for the body shape address with confidence and you definitely have both sides of being able to connect with the lack which we often all feel as women and the potential to actually be that beautiful person and love ourselves and you mental women today in that area. He's in that way. The made touring actually come from because when you work with women and you help to create a stove them and you help them to feel fall in love with their own style. I had very soon realized that I'm actually busy. Maintaining because I will melt accepted. Times found somebody that got a perfect body. Nothing wrong with it. But I don't like it and that's how this happened. So part of my styling is to John's do a little bit. If a bite shifts with you so that you can see what I see that you can enjoy it will die we newgate race but that you also can not just enjoy that but that you fall in love with your own style and yourself and that has evolved over to the metering reach. East now fully going and I lacked the results I gave from. Abc PAYS WIG with Yeah. That's that's awesome. So what do you do when you when you meet someone that comes to you and says I need your help is Oh what what do you do? Well I need to find out in. What's area did I need my? How do they need my help in maintaining or did I need my helping styling? So if he can styling will out to your house. I look through your wardrobe. We put a shopping list. I take the class out of your wardrobe. It's not supposed to be and we have a little bit of fun some better. They still hang undo glass of wine in hand. While you're doing now actually want to a quite a job because wiped I do is I also hired by TC for you so we got pull things out of your wardrobe. I'm also have busy restructuring. What lately in the wardrobe so when I need you can absolutely just laugh what you seen because I colored Caddick I put it in sections of the side Everything in your wardrobe. You left everything in your wardrobe work for you. And that's what I say to women. You gotTa Wardrobe when I walk in day but when I leave you you gotTa Boutique said that's different. It hide so they said bit fun going unending some a big believer in Oak Directions. If you really love somebody something in your water. But it doesn't work for we. Just shoot it work for you or would notice that about you. You a very clever one day when I saw you and you look so stunning and then you showed us how what you were wearing was. Actually I think it was the jumpsuit. Was it new wearing black pants? And you think didn't work and I I have to say I was quite stunned by that. You won't be very real gift for it. Yes I do I love. It doesn't even feel for me nightworking so and I just want you to laugh. Have that same left for your own style when I work with you and then also what I do is why working with you. We put the shopping list together. Because I want want women to stop wasting money on clothes that I don't laugh and that doesn't work.
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"Beautiful. You podcast my guest this week is Liz L. Hotly welcomes Oh thank you. It's a big unable to be here with you today. All I'm very excited to share your story today. Lasagna I'm I'm mizzle at an event. Coal Smart Women an event that Lucille host for women who are in business and wonderfully supportive encouraging event to to be participating union last week we celebrated a very special woman who was Lil because Lucille has just written a book. Congratulations Louisville on accomplishing that remarkable achievement end. It was launched on Saturday. Thank you thank you for that kid surprising but it's always a big really off the actually had the final copy in your hand. It's a beautiful book called. I believe in you. What a wonderful title. Lucille is a fashion stylist designer. A mental a mother to two Beautiful Girls Watch to Michael ending brackets. She said an OTA. You may be feeling the reality of it right now. That was really on Saturday. We got to see your book and we got to hear your story. Tell us a little bit about. I believe in you could tell you why I say that. I'm not that I did or offered because that is something I never thought I will do. And through the story it will come out to see identity myself. I said I because every every aspect that I need. I don't Hab so bad but I is Afghan story and I needed my story to can out and go with women home with name and debts Roy. We put together in a book. Wow that's really powerful you. You don't feel you have any of the skills of the attributes of an author and yet today you are an order. You've started by believing in you. So well done. Thank you. And that is part of the reasons why Afghanistan because I can't the BOOP and he carrots people out they unidentified the action myself so if you look at who. I am and defected. I got this lake. Cr Powell. My things is the wiz one can even imagine somebody can have. I'm talking English but I'm still Thinking in Afrikaans. So if you've found all that up you're not supposed to deride the book but I have to show daddy five levy myself. I can do it. And that's why I put this book together that honestly I can't say I have put a lot of things to pipe because I discovered the recording system. Semi Book was Writing Away Really Pacific Gortat from my side and it was. I would still be busy trying to type or gate with the gay that tonight using today we have so many opportunities to use up things. Don't we particularly with a problem like dyslexia? We don't just have to put pen to paper. Now you'll balk has been cooperating with your daughter. Hanzel yes he is though is now fourteen years old and I had a skirt to be code right there with me and surprisingly lease he had Agree on that also because of the fact that I was surprised. Shake is because has also found English and spelling Challenge at school. It's not as strong point berry. I want to encourage Heisel Wallin shower that we can do this generational not just in your life and other women that you're supporting but putting in yourself in your in your daughter's life tell us what is the back story about. I believe in you days for you a very interesting story and not a lot of people know this. And that's something when we walk in the street or we meet somebody. We always see who that are in the prison taints now and very few as will go back into the history. Decide what happened for your life. How did you gateway your today? What is the things that Mike you who you are today so I think if if women out there listening probably eighty percent of they want now all detail about the France? Except it was allies. Long fring bed is my story. That Chemistry surprised everyone onset today because I told them and I didn't expect it is that I actually become a T. nights. Go in a caravan. Poke what happened in my life. Is that my parents had moved That actually move from one eighty like W it newsouth. Wow says from the one part of South Africa die moved to deport. The money wasn't the only place we could live was in a caravan. Poke so my dad. Had A caravan detained and that was our house thinking that that might just be for the fist three to six months but what ended up being. It's become a house for five years of a teenager go so in that time. It wasn't just a challenge to not have a house. Because I can tell you so many times I would walk to school and I look at the house. If you're not if we can just have a house with brick walls if he can just be one. That's not attained. I always say doesn't even have to be the nicest house. It doesn't have to be a good suburb. I just want brick walls. That was my thing. I did live biggest desire yet. Unfortunately it didn't happen so we've got signed yet. A lot of added challenges that come so I've been putting to a new school and very very hard to make friends in the last year of genius. Go but I managed to make one that I can remember hopefully to free instead. I might in that talk to the end of the year. We were excited. Start talking about high school. We we going and we were trying to disarm high school and the school uniforms and everything ending our results come and I have not NYC data. I have file my last year in junior school. I can I can tell you. It was one of my biggest challenges. I ever had to fight for US. As adults guy. We might think you know that such a big deal you just go and do the year the game but I can tell you medium in that time of my life tried to is about above the the living in a caravan live because you were always liable as the new go in school then you liable now the new go in school living in a caravan book and then I was all said that only we were the timeline that school living in a caravan for so I knew. Go living in a kite event book. And now you're even the new living in the caravan talk and you get the external liable the dumb go because she couldn't even post a yet. So do I remember the fear of going back to my school and in this we walked to school at just quite a few blocks that you walked to school and I know that morning I was walking in walking and it was salaam longest walk I ever done but I wanna give old lady that also left in the cannabis poke a little bit of credit yet because that old lady so me in a golden tears running down and she said she never even talk to people. She was a little bit scary old lady because she wasn't very friendly and this day she stopped and she say why do you cry and I look at it and I tell my story and she looked at me and she. It was kind of a demand that she guide me and she say you will look up. You would look everyone in the eyes and you will go back to that school and you will make sure you boys so that was not as a scaredy ninety but the scary idea that she got me. This strong message. I wish that I can found that lives today. Be Goes that message. I didn't just di Di di with me but insert many times. We live a little bit challenging. I remained with any story that die. Where she say to me. You will look up and you will look everybody in the eyes and you will go back and he will make you. And that was my little thing that hang onto through data all Isabelle. What an incredible thing to be given a gift to be given in that moment of such a low low time. Tell me about your caravan life. What was it like if they're fasting about caravan die? Think about holidaying. But I can tell you this was really not like holiday especially if for children in a moment dad. This is not a lot of spice. So you just have little cabinet and you spicer new bait and debt issues space that you have so also did thing. That was the biggest one of the biggest challenge for me Western nighttime toilet Ron's so you can imagine when you have to get up and run to the toilet to In the middle of the night and going use that so for me it was that fear of what will happen to me in the middle of the night and when I get to the toilet which is how to get.
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
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"There's a corner join call the twenty five cent investment Hartley thanks so much for joining us well I'm glad to be with you you know I had a great conversation off the air and tell the listeners what it is that drove you to write this book why to write this book well I had grown up in a family where religion wasn't really part of anything and so I really didn't intend church but as a youngster I had an experience that was extraordinary I was ten years old and and I had this experience and didn't think a lot about it at the time but it turned out to be the beginning of a change walk and and then I began having other experiences that were equally is the dramatic of that the first one I had and suddenly I could see a pattern and suddenly I can see god working in my life and so I would tell the stories of people either and either and but he was teaching our home events or something like that and they finally said wanted to put in a box and then I realized when I did that but this was a a whole face block of individual I like that I love the title a twenty five cent investment we'll talk about the second but give us one of those stories either the one from when you were ten or another one you want to share well the first one was with ten years old I came from a big family four brothers and a sister it was during the war in nineteen forty four and we were at the shore and my we had all gone to the beach which is what we did every morning and I had come home to the family for a traditional lunch which was again what you did as I got home I realized everybody was sitting on the porch very morose tonight I said this isn't like a beautiful day and Long Island sure of this something's wrong and my father came out to me and handed me a telegram which said dear Mr can that sorry but your son and general can that is missing in action and presumed dead and that shocked of course the whole family and shocked me to the extent that a ten year old can absorb all of that but nonetheless we went along with our lunch and it was a tough one of course and I just wanted to get out of the house so I got on my bike was going to go back down to the beach where I loved and would probably find solace and I went by the church but I must have gone by a hundred times in my life and never even thought about it and suddenly my bike pulled over and I got off my bike that walked up to the door the door was open I walked in it was musty I went down the middle aisle having no idea what to expect in there in the front was a was a table with a little ball and five died back in my pocket recorder and and turned around walked out got on my bike went to the beach on the way back the same thing happened I was drawn into this church went up look at the bold and the quarter was gone and I said to myself well that is exactly right was it really shocked thank what was the first one we might twenty five cent last month I love it and that's the name of the book and so that explains the name of the the book and so you know your book in and your personality people can tell which by the way you can get this book on on Amazon dot com you're very upbeat but just like you describe their with the missing in action and you know the telegram obviously there were times of discouragement there were times when you had to deal with something that was bleak so how do you get through that well it's interesting to I I yes of course everyone has highs and lows and much one of the things I learned that that's one of the thing that that I I finally learned that god does that you know that allows that to happen I'm not sure he does it but he allows it to happen for me and for and one case for instance I started my own weather business and I took all my wife and her and went out and bought a ball things kangaroo skins and started to tell them well I was going along like gangbusters and everything was fine and suddenly I got a phone call from my partner in Sydney was said hardly guess what Australian government has just put that thing to rule on the endangered species list and we're out of business and the whole thing came tumbling down I lost every time we had and it was all because I had been totally arrogant in starting this business I thought I knew more than my father I thought I knew more than all the other standards like Justin been arrogant god said that's not gonna happen you're not going to be arrogant so I was got a two by four what a couple yeah and then you turn things around and came out on the other side right well we did yes we did we had to some tough times which was another really part of the story is that my wife along with me and we we got through and things turned around and I got back active in church recognizing what I had done wrong and and then things really began to go back up top again so I went from these are used to a low now back up to a five and it was a pattern that each time I was on a high I was able to really minister to people and when I was on a low I was learning so it was really extraordinary have god led me through these option down as a teaching experience and well let really how I do it justice you have to turn over I don't know where to go from here what do I do yeah is this the most important driving force in your life yeah by far yes and how how how tough is it to share that with people how do you share your faith because you know especially in these times well it's a good question because one of the reasons I I wrote the book is because I hear all around the world where is god where the miracles were a lot of things that we read about in the Bible today that you know they're not they're they're they're they're gone we're not we're not seeing it was a walk why should I get involved well I want people to know that there is a god there are miracles there are even angels which I described in one of my stories there are miraculous healings which I described god isn't very much present very much here but we have to look for yes so when you tell people that and they say well how how do I look for what do you tell men only for the rich first of all is prayer I mean that really does work and so you have to learn how to communicate with god it's a different case for all different people my wife's been praying in the car I can't if you go into a room and and be quiet for five ten fifteen minutes whatever it is of course we go to church so there's an opportunity to pray there but for me it being alone clearing my mind.
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"Can take charge of it there's a corner joins us he's written a book called a twenty five cent investment Hartley thanks so much for joining us I'm glad to be with you you know I had a great conversation off the air and tell the listeners what it is that drove you to write this book why to write this book well I had grown up in a family where religion wasn't really part of anything and so I really didn't attend church but as a youngster I had an experience that was extraordinary I was ten years old and and I had this experience and didn't think a lot about it at the time but it turned out to be the beginning of a face walk and and then I began having other experiences that were equally is a dramatic of that the first one I had and suddenly I could see a pattern and suddenly I could see god working in my life and so I would tell the stories of people either and either and the teaching our home events or something like that and they finally said wanted to put in a box and then I realized when I did that that this was a household straight talk of a individual I like that I love the title a twenty five cent investment we'll talk about the second but give us one of those stories either the one from when you were ten or another one you want to share well the first one was with ten years old I came from a big family four brothers and a sister it was during the war in nineteen forty four and we were at the shore and my we had all gone to the beach which is what we did every morning and I'd come home to the family for a traditional lunch which was again what you did as I got home I realized everybody was sitting on the porch very morose tonight I said this isn't like a beautiful day in Long Island sure of this something's wrong and my father came out to me and handed me a telegram which said dear Mr can that sorry but your son and then I'll come that is missing in action and presumed dead and that shocked of course the whole family and shocked me to the extent that a ten year old can absorb all of that but nonetheless we went along with our lunch and it was a tough one of course and I just wanted to get out of the house so I got on my bike was going to go back down to the beach where I loved and would probably find solace and I went by this church but I must have gone by a hundred times in my life and never even thought about it and suddenly my bike pulled over and I got off my bike that walked up to the door the door was open I walked in it was musty I went down the middle aisle having no idea what to expect in there in the front was a was a table with a little ball and five died back in my pocket for a quarter and and turned around walked out got on my bike went to the beach on the way back the same thing happened I was drawn into this church I went up and looked at the bowl in the quarter was gone and I said to myself well that is things happening here right was it really shocked thank what was the first one we might twenty five that must've I love it and that's the name of the book and so that explains the name of the the book and so you know your book in and your personality people can tell which by the way you can get this book on on Amazon dot com you're very up B. but just like you describe their with the missing in action and you know the telegram obviously there were times of discouragement there were times when you had to deal with something that was bleak so how do you get through that well it's interesting to I I yes of course everyone has highs and lows and that's one of the things I learned that that's one of the thing that that I I finally learned that god does that you know that allows that to happen I'm not sure he does it but he allows that to happen for me and for and one case for instance I started my own weather business and I took all my wife and her and went out and bought a ball things kangaroo skins and started to tell them well I was going along like gangbusters and everything was fine and suddenly I got a phone call from my partner in Sydney was said hardly guess what Australian government has just put the trying to rule on the endangered species list and we're out of business and the whole thing came tumbling down I lost every time we had and it was all because I had been totally arrogant in starting this business I thought I knew more than my father I thought I knew more than all the other Tanner's I've just been been arrogant god said that's not gonna happen you're not going to be arrogant so I was got a two by four what a couple yeah and then you turn things around and came out on the other side right well we did yes we did we do some tough time which was another really part of the story is that my wife along with me and we we got through and things turned around and I got back active in church recognizing what I had done wrong and and then things really began to go back up top again so I went from these hi used to a low now back up to a high and it was a pattern that each time I was on a high I was able to really minister to people and when I was on a low I was learning so it was it was really extraordinary have god led me through the ups and downs as a teaching experience in well let really how I do it justice you have to turn over I don't know where to go from here what do I do yeah is this the most important driving force in your life yeah by far yes and how how how tough is it to share that with people how do you share your faith because you know especially in these times well it's a good question because one of the reasons I I wrote the book is because I hear all around the you know where is god birthday of where the miracles were of the things that we read about in the Bible today but you know they're not they're they're they're they're gone we're not we're not seeing it so why why should I get involved well I want people to know that there is a god there are miracles there are even angels which I described in one of my stories there are miraculous healings which I described god isn't very much present very much here but we have to look for yes so when you tell people that and they say well how how do I look for what do you tell men only for the rich first of all is prayer I mean that really does work and so you have to learn how to communicate with god it's a different case for all different people my wife's been praying in the car I can't I have to go into a room and and be quiet for five ten fifteen minutes whatever it is of course we go to church so there's an opportunity to to pray there but for me it being alone clearing my mind.
'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
"hartley" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Donna Hartley is a former miss Hawaii, TV, actress, you may recognize her and mazing motivational speaker. And so says, and you can find out more Donna Hartley dot com. This beautiful websites. She's got and you can find her on Facebook fire up with Donna Hartley. She is on a mission to let you know about the power of inner leadership, and why not be motivated by Donna. She's only survived a fiery DC, ten plane crash that she says, well, there it is transformed her life and seconds. That's how it works, isn't it? When you get one of those life changing moments, she also survived cancer and open, heart surgery and Donna, we're so glad to welcome you to America. Thank thank you for being here. And we're so glad you're here. Thanks. It's an honor to be here. So tell me a little bit about your journey, and how you got to where you are today. And then we'll talk about that your your, your business, which sounds so interesting. Well on March first nineteen seventy eight I definitely had a wake up call, and that was the last survivor on the continental DC, ten plane crash now I was a struggling actress, and I really like my life. So at that moment in seconds. I really had asks. What's what is my purpose and that changed, everything when I exited the aircraft? I said, I never will complain again. Life is great. And let's start living it. So that's what I really talk about that. Inner leadership. It starts within I because that was March first then move forward in time on another March. First stage three melanoma. I had a bait and another March first four years after that, it was open heart surgery, things all happened on March first in different years. That's, that's a little spooky right? Well, I'm not a mentor. And he told me I had three life lessons. And I said, what? Are they in how lined? And he said, they'll come in such a way you won't miss them. Well, I was hit over the head on those March first. So I know things happen. For a reason there's not a mistake you know in our lives. We think there are but things happen. Definitely for leasing Don. I love your message because I'm a big proponent of designing our own lives. The lives, we want I lo long for so many have just done the nine to five grind going along to get along. But if you really take time I've seen people who just can design the lives. They really want, and you call it the power of inner leadership and you had that life changing moment where you said, you know, life is too short. Let's get this going. What, what is your message to people? Well, these were the four questions that I was asked at that moment when I thought I was going to burn to death, which happened other people and these students do you love yourself. You love your family and friends. Are you living your goals and dreams and? If you died today, have you left, this planet a better place for being here and I answered note all those? So then I said, I have to really find out what my path is. And that was a struggle, but I really found out when I developed my own intuitive nece my own awareness, and I trusted it. That's when life happened. So you sorta trusted yourself and I guess somewhere deep down. You knew what you really wanted in life. And, and I guess I think this is so true, when you identify what you want, you really can't go for because face it, if we don't know what we want. How's it just pop up? So what, what are some of the first steps you take? And then I'm gonna ask you how you instruct other people. Well, one of the things I did I became a meditative and people say, they don't wanna do it because it takes too much time, or they don't know how to meditate they can't focus, but we ask, and we asked can we go out in the world? But if we don't shut up long enough or get quiet long enough. How do we ever get those mess? S's how do we ever get clear inside of us? So I really say one of the first skills, and I've been meditating for years, and years and years is find that quiet time ten minutes day, you know, fifteen minutes today that at least why it down and start to meditate because that's your intuition. And then when you have to make a decision in your life, and trust your intuition, you can even just have that quiet time and push away social media or other exterior forces. But what did you do? Actively did you actually sit down and maybe map out what, what good things are and things he wanted to leave behind or anything like that? I did I made a list of what didn't work for me now, I was living in L A, and I was a Hollywood actress and a little more about that Donna casino for so many people that's the dream, you know, let's Hollywood, we'll be a big star. It'll be great. Well, it was not a great experience in my life. But it's taught me, I was letting the outside world and what people said. About me influence who I was, and I judge myself, whether they like me or did like me, whether I got the part like with Robin Williams or Richard Pryor, or General Hospital or Hawaii five o that was important thing. When I saw people die on that plane crash what's really important, and it really was who I am, and what I could offer to the world instead of just waiting for other people. So I left LA and moved to northern California in a real small town that has one stop light. And that's where I quieted down. I took a couple years to really figure out why was what I wanted to do made lists. Do I like to work with people do I like quiet time? And journal also to write about what didn't work and what I wanted, Donna. This is another message. I love because you talk about judging yourself through the eyes of how other see you. Impressing impressing people enough. But then you stop and say, I don't want any of this at all, and you let it all go. I just love that. So how do you how do you get your message across to people and where can we I imagine you speak at different places? How can we find you? Well, if they go to my website, they can find out what kind of organizations, who I speak for definitely speak a lot in the medical field. Of course. What happened to me that I beat melanoma and open heart surgery? And I use my intuition, I had no heart symptoms. And my little voice said check in with a doctor and two weeks later, I was in the operating table that's through meditation. So if they go to my website at o- Donna, Hartley dot com, or they can call me they can find out my schedule. I teach a masterclass online for people that are not in my area. So that's also great, you will laugh crime become energized. Get her books. Go to our website and again surviving that plane crash, and seventy eight right? And then a melanoma, open heart surgery. Come on, by the way was miss Hawaii. America are USA this why. USA. Oh, good. Congratulations on everything -gratulations on. They say living your best life. I have become back to motivate us further. Donna, Hartley, Donna, Hartley dot.
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.
Rape, New York and Producer discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"Fifty w sp every morning depend on it we'll look for delays at i twenty or next traffic update in less than three minutes at eight ten or midtown temperature sixty four was down burst wins equaling and the f one tornado which damaged or destroyed fortyone homes in lilburn friday jimmy carter was home when the storms hit here in the cedar creek subdivision were looking in the were watching the trees and they were swirling and then they just fell right in front of us none hit her house that our neighbor at the street wasn't so lucky we gone down to our house in florida and my neighbor called and said you have a tree through your how a woman who didn't want to give her name says she's thankful she wasn't home i could have very easily been hurt because it came through i mean there's daylight in my kitchen in lilburn sandra parrish wsb three year old boy suffers a bullet wound cheek after his five year old brother shoots him with a gun grabbed from his mom's purse sally hartley with saddened by the crime scene at a comfort inn in smyrna that's going to be his memory for the rest of his life that he shot his little sibling you know and that's it's horrible cobb county police tells channel two action news the three eighty was in tasha will disperse on the floor officials who resigned after athletic sex abuse scandal may get some tough questions in the senate hearing today hearing we'll put former usa gymnastics president former usa gymnastics women's director and former michigan state university president on the witness stand as members of the senate culture systematic reform abc's serena marshall reports a former olympic team doctor is serving prison time for abusing hundreds of female athletes disgrace film producer harvey weinstein heads into new york courtroom today whereas lawyer says he will enter a plea three felony charges including rape he's free on a million dollars bail line has repeatedly denied any accusations of.