21 Burst results for "Hebert"
"hebert" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"Wpn men of domestic Kind of location champion But also he was the twenty twenty one poker gras main event champion and was named the gulf coast player of the year at the second annual gulf coast. Poker awards a joe. A bear is joining us once again. Here on the bernardi poker show. We had him on a just a few months ago because obviously he was talking about his win. at the w. sap main events the one that was ten thousand dollar buying two today's online and then the final table live at the rio Talk a little bit about this next event you you go down to harrah's new orleans primarily Because now how far's effort you that's kind of your whole home casino right. I moved in our some of our women coming to louisiana. So so you know that this these awards are going to be given out They're they're asking you to come. It's the main event. They are announcing the main event awards throughout the brakes. Which i think is really cool. That they did that Did they leave yours till the end months of yet. Yeah so so. That's on friday. Do they have multiple flights for the main event they had. They had four flights one. Thursday one friday and to saturday perfect. So you played on friday. Didn't go as well right. Didn't goes well. I play thursday night as well. I i made it to the final thirteen or fourteen busted right before the bag. And i decided to complete friday right before the zion actually didn't they didn't say to me. They told they told my wife that i was getting it. Like bill is like i'll tell them. Don't say anything to get it. And i want to be there was there. Yeah i just got back. Vegas i just got back on the twenty ninth from vegas so got it got got where you're playing some of the the bracelets as one of the bracelet events in some live venetian events so young and obviously lebron's events but it was. It was a rough trip. It was you know. Soccer is up and downs..
"hebert" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"In a weird world. That comes through talk a little bit about the awards. There isn't much specifics of it online right now and so would love to get your thoughts on how that all came about you know. We talked about that. That friday night they were going to announce the award ceremony was gonna take place during the main event of poker gras At harrah's new orleans and then talk about all these awards player of the year senior. The year female player of the year breakout player of the year that was repressed in content provider which went to poker news podcast Best interest professional justin hammer. So we talked about all those award winner previously on another show. How did talk about the ceremony. Because we'd love to hear about it. We didn't really know much about film or video on online Some people have talked about it. I've talked with some of the people. Who were they love to get your take on on the on the actual a ceremony in the process. Yeah i mean assignment was great. The filled set it off. It's been it's been ongoing for two. I think three years bus messing with coburn last year on stuff going on in the ceremony was it was really good. It was in the masquerade area of harris new orleans where the terminal shown on all on every break. They announced a winter so yes every break up until the last i think for the fifth grade. They announced the the final player of the year Got that a war that's cool. That's cool so during each of the breaks would announce one category. They announced one category. And who who wants it was pretty. It was pretty nice. It was it was a detroit. My fiance got a bunch of of it as well in other than that. It was a great night. I mean i really enjoyed the the whole ceremony and everything they did you nouncement and you know the from. The crowd was all excited as well. So did did were a lot of the winners present. There's their words present a cool at school. What was jabbing chad for. Pope renews only one. That wasn't there. I think so. So tell me a little bit of of how did they go up afterward and accept the speech or make a speech along those lines. I know speech speech. Just went up pitchers with phil bill phillips and We didn't doing speeches thursday. They did a speech. Are us before stuff like that. But that and we're talking about bill fell to Is the head of gulf coast. Poker dot net. Who runs this. This is the second annual gulf coast poker awards by technicalities us third year..
"hebert" Discussed on Ask the Podcast Coach
"And but i. I remember once when i had stay in. This is hard to believe. I was in a studio. He said in quotation marks with My ex wife was A little office above a deli and she was in one corner. And i was in the other microphones pointing directly opposite. And you still had bleed. And and that's what i went. We're going to add a noise gate So it'll kind of squash me when i'm not talking vice versa. And in the end my target audiences that sitting there going wait squishing their headphones into the head going. I think i hear bleed in bleak. I don't worry about his bleed as much as just getting the getting the clarity of it. You know to to where it needs to be. This is the challenge of two microphones in a single room. You just it's just it just takes practice and it's been it. Listen it's been find most people what you are kind of sounder. Though altered we are i. Do it drives me crazy when i at work when people come in and they don't you know things aren't exactly right when we spent five minutes me trying to help them sound right and like wait a minute. This was just going to be a two minute. Phone call so You're right glenn. Ninety percent of our. I always get mad at you guys. Who have this perfect time with your gas because ninety percent of our listeners on a cellphone at the farm you know. Our guests are ninety percent on the phone. So the reason we still have to use skype. But we can't use any lead. A fancy programs is because we have to call him on the phone. But i think that's a little endearing like i i don't for if it's a if it's not all the time clan. I think that's okay like you people. Forgive that it's a guest. It's information it's not they're not the host if you were coming in from a phone. That's true no yeah. Yeah yeah and they know. People know that the horrible internet farm you know they know this is going to be great and if we can hear a horse wendy in the background where winning. That's a beautiful interview for us that's right. Where are you still having the dogs bark. Kids like i'll send you hear a horse weenie. So but Yeah we had a good time last night. We had a probably. I don't know six or seven people. They sat us unfortunately right in front of the kitchen so it was a little little on. The air conditioning was having a battle with that but I was right at home. it's just like florida. that's hot humid. Perfect and As glenn mentioned we had some some fun weather i should mention. We're getting ready. We're we're rounding third here if you're on clubhouse and you got a question raise your hand if you're watching live go to ask the podcast.
"hebert" Discussed on Ask the Podcast Coach
"And she has said this for sure if it wasn't for her because i enjoy talking to her every morning and then you know then in effect. I'm talking to listeners. And i'm having fun but i'm having fun with her. If i had to switch co host now no i wouldn't be i if it. I think. That's what's making it work for me and i think if you're going to have a show that runs a long time when you have co host. You have to really really really like that person. Yeah i know when. Jim has He's working with with young. What does that call you. Have some sort of Internship program when he does that in. There's i don't know a month or so that His out and i will pull in different people and not that. They're bad but you. You are used to a certain rhythm and just kind of like gyms really good at watching me and if he can tell if i'm like doing something behind the scenes and he will just jump in and start talking like excellent because i can't get power point to come up or something like that so at a new person isn't gonna know that they're just trying to wait for me to shut up so they can talk so yeah a co- when you find a good co host. It's it's like budha though it's it's listen. It's incredible. I mean i and i've i've had them in lost him In the process to in in. I'm in a situation now where that's the case i had. I mean our flagship podcast and and just not available anymore. And so i've been kind of looking for others but you don't. You can't find someone else and then try to make them care persson. Before that's what marriage is four divorces as for what he thought said well. But you gotta you gotta 'cause you found them. You know dave you and i worked into this thing right. I mean we just kinda started figuring things out if we didn't like each other we're constantly arguing. It shouldn't have worked right but we we found this sweet spot. If you know something if i decided i needed to do something different and you had to get a different co host. This show would should get a fundamentally different. Feel because it's you shouldn't try. You wouldn't want to try to make that person be you know Yeah i think that's the biggest mistake of folks make with co-hosts in so with the chemistry working right. It just flows. You know. Dave you and i just flow you know when you fill in co host. You have to work harder right. I mean it's easy for you to because you're you got it and it because it's both of you. It makes it easy for both of you but then when you get a fill in your. You're on edge the whole time and it's not bad. No sometimes you know. And i think you know you have to know is host to. You're gonna have to work. I think you just said this gun. You have to work a little bit harder because it's not going to be the automatic switchover. It's not gonna just switch you're going to have to have your act together a little bit more than maybe a normally do. That's more important for you day than it is for me. 'cause i've only run this show once i think by myself i think have i. I think i've done this yet. We you did it. Because i remember i had upload the intro music and stuff to dropbox so you can do it. That's right okay. And i think after that you went yeah..
"hebert" Discussed on Ask the Podcast Coach
"Four participating. We do appreciate that. We do have a question here. Let's talk about what who wasn't at. Pm well yeah. Descript spotify how to spot but no booth. I heard of spotify of only had two people that would come so but they're coming from like europe somewhere so that's a little tougher anyway. Yeah so there. It's kind of hard to say because there were companies. I think the problem. I know we had three people lipson that were planning on going. Have young kids under the age of you know being vaccinated at the last minute there like a were not coming. We don't feel comfortable doing that. So yeah but they were nowhere to be found in. It's to me. I get that they weren't there. I mean we could pick on all sorts of media and things like that i to me. I'm like a weird time. Yeah so we're we can't tell anything by this year. You know you know. I mean it's it was clearly defined last year this year. It's just super murky and so anyway getting murkier days it is. Yeah yeah a couple of people question our trip this year. Y you know because we're going to be around people and you know we we. We thought and we're testing ourselves every week. And there's home kits that are pretty accurate. Now and in fact i had some ship. Today's house so we're doing that every week. And if we test positive number going home. I mean that's it we're just stopping you know. Just i didn't realize there were home. Kits yeah could now. You have to do that thing up your nose. So i.
"hebert" Discussed on Ask the Podcast Coach
"I it just just. That's just the way it is and and so it's great. I mean i. I just think it's not listen. Live is not for everybody so there are some who it's just that's not going to be your gig but if it can be your gig. I think it can be a good one. I've just decided. I'm going to record edit and publish and it's all going to be live. That's what i decided to do. Everybody's got to kind of figure out their own kind of their own their own model but it does create great engagement and and just before we thank our awesome subscribers share Dave the the point to that is is that you gotta try some things like. I just think even if you've been doing this awhile even if you've been listening to us for a while and you're not it you to get off that like you know i got the same six hundred downloads every week. You're gonna have to try something different if you wanna if you wanna break and have to take some risks glenn. Do you ever worry that when you do this. You're gonna lose listeners. Like i'm going to try something different. I might lose a few listener listeners. In the process do you worry about that. Not really to be honest. Kaido we might but then they're probably listeners that we're going to go away eventually anyway Right there you're there. You're you're you're you're less loyal listeners. You know so. They're probably going to go away at some point will you. You vetted where you went based on internet speed and the fact that there were listeners. Did you check to see if like. I checked to see if they had a vaccine. That what i mean in terms of like can this person bring content. I guess because there are now they have didn't do that at all. I don't know some of these people we showed up at. and that's what makes great interviews. I you know we showed up. The lady was a doctor and he was. He was something else and he was an expert drone flier so we got out and flew the drone and took the john. You know so. We didn't know what we're getting into. An i intentionally didn't wanna know i believe if your good at your job as a host. Every person you talked to has a story. It's your job to get them to tell the story in an entertaining way. That's our job. That's not their job. That's not the guest job. And i don't care if you've never met this person before if you're good y always recommend new podcasters if you're serious about this.
"hebert" Discussed on Ask the Podcast Coach
"Don't have to explain to too many horse people anymore that you know what it is So yes we have seen an increase in and we really only spot gas in the world for the first ten years there were none and now there's a bunch so that's helped us. Actually the more podcasts had been out there people go look and they they search and they figure out how listen because they listened to that one and they come to us so it's helped us having more podcast in the world in our world So that's helped us a lot but yeah we've been growing up now we'll tell you we took a twenty percent hit when this apple thing. It lasts two months. It's been twenty percent across all the shows. We have seen a series hit with this. And i think it's because sixty percent of art people tend to have iphones. And and i cannot tell you how many listeners have written us at probably one hundred now. I can't get the show. It's not updating. You know. And i'm telling them. My answer is get a new app. And most of them are downloading new apps and giving apples got lose share on this And it's still not right. The reason yeah in theory. If like i just upgraded my phone Couple of days ago to the latest version. Which in theory should fix the whole. Because what happened is apple. Quit automatically downloading your show. If you were a follower and that hits people's pocketbooks when you're talking sponsorship and i've heard multiple podcasts this week. Say exactly what glenn said is hey you know what we appreciate everything that apple has done. It appears that they don't care when their stuff breaks because it takes them a long time to fix it and my favorite thing is. I have people that contacting lipson. All say oh yeah you're episodes in your feet you can see it's on spotify. It's on amazon. It's so your feed is working there like so is this is an apple problem and they go. Oh that can't be right any like no. It's a it's an apple thing and so i've heard I was listening to a show by casto's this morning and they were like. Hey maybe time to give pocket casta try or you know. Go over to.
"hebert" Discussed on Ask the Podcast Coach
"Your element. Your i mean. It's fun right there just a moment but there's also like how are you. Working through the relational kids it's different. We've always worked together in the same house for the last thirty years. So you know it's not like we haven't been together We have worked in the same house for thirty years. So i think that helps you know that does help i. If it was a new relationship. I think it would be tougher. Then oh yeah yeah absolutely. I I it's funny but it's not funny. It was kind of a red flag. One of the worst arguments i've ever had was on my second honeymoon because we just spent a full week together after. Not really i mean you spend time together but that but when you have seven hours in a car and there's no separate corners to go to that can keep get ugly. Oh i could do it. i'm just gonna. That's nothing i could do that. That's why you ask that. I just like i. I look at that and i think holy cow. There's no way on the planet that i could ever pull anything like that. Also good good for you for kind of knowing your boundaries. At least know what to do. You know you're giving her a little bit of a break this morning. You're hanging out with dave and so that that's good. I don't know if that's a break for you glen. Well actually. My wife has dave to keep me away all day. So apparently dave his his job. Today's entertaining manages is a good question. Craig wants to know. How do you manage good internet connected when you're on the road especially when you're going to farm yeah firms is tough and so what i did. Is we sent out a questionnaire to every place we were going to be staying. And i think there's a total of fifteen farms during this trip and the one of the parts of the questionnaire as they had to send me a speed test dot net screen shot so i knew what i was getting into when i got there and then if they had verizon phones i wanted to how many bars they had so some of this we've been able to do on our horizon connection just using the hot spot and then others we've been able to use their internet if they had had these internet yesterday they had one bar and dsl. Get this jim. It was point. Two five up. Yeah point two five up. So i drove to town. You find the cell tower parked in a drugstore lot and did the the show from my truck and what allows me to do and by the way the guest was in the passenger seat in my truck and as a diesel. I had it running to our ski air conditioner going But we're able to do that now because of the before Because it i can and if we have a laptop that's charged and people or i don't need power.
"hebert" Discussed on Ask the Podcast Coach
"If you're a history buff or you just want to see if movies are actually accurate. And i like that. I enjoy that enjoy going out like hey how truth like that. Mid that midway movie that came out like how truthful was that really right. If you really wanna know they say it's based on a true story but we never really know so based if you're if you need a new podcast listen to super interesting and factual based on a true story. Podcast dot com. Thanks dan and i have to do this. Because it's glenn only get back to get back to you guys. You only have me Dave i think i'm sorry there we go just so dang sexy man. I was like you know we're just gonna show we're gonna spotlight jim the whole episode but yeah so i i wanna make now i wanna make greg you know or jerry. Whatever his name is wanna make glenn field. Thank you. Thank you actually. I'm i'm happy to not talk about horses last two weeks. But you're glen. You're doing like you're on the road. You're meeting your listeners. I mean this is kinda. I think this is the the mecca of podcasting in some respect. Where you get to go face to face with the listeners. Have you have you learned in in the last two weeks. You've done this before. But just that. I don't think anybody's done what we're doing and podcasting where we're staying at their homes. You know in their farms. So there's one thing to do meet ups. There's another thing to stamp their their farms for two nights. We're in our rv. We're not in their house So we're our rv which is like being home every night when you go into it. Which kinda nice. I would never do this with a hotel. Tripper doing five weeks were in two weeks now with three more to go. And where fifteen hundred miles right now. So we've done six meet ups we've stayed maybe five places five or six different farms and so it is different in that we are. We are truly saying how they live where their horses are. It's i don't know that this has ever been done before and podcasting. I will say this. I think inspired people. Because i when i was on facebook today Our buddy from texas. Who always has his critique lightning. I'm drawing a blank on his name. He does a sports show. Anyway he has an rv. And is i think going on the road. I saw a couple of people like. Hey we're going on the road to me. I know somebody who did that. I so it's interesting tip because they're very excited to see you in our case some of them listen to our show for ten or twelve years you know and the daily show daily for twelve ten or twelve years Up so okay. So it's been it you know it's been interesting to see that. How how they react to you because you're a celebrity just pulled into their driveway. You know we don't feel that way because we all have imposter syndrome right so David i especially and we pulling their driveway and they're so excited and the first reaction is. I can't believe you're at my house so you know that that's kind of what we're doing for. All the daily shows on this five weeks is all the guests our listeners. So we're not having any other guests other than the interviews. I do with them at their houses or at meet ups and things along the way..
"hebert" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Jj say what's up the fire nation ensure something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with so for being the biggest consideration i think is the fact that you have to be willing to sacrifice for me. You know early on in the days of leinster media company that i founded You know the the success of mainstream media really really came from originated from the success of my own my own book that i had been writing and so i i was working in. Corporate america was miserable and You know one of the things that i that i did early on was i was willing to stay up until four or five. Am writing my book and and putting in the time and really Really sacrificed a lot of sleep early. On i think a lot of entrepreneurs can relate to that So i think you have to be willing to sacrifice something whether it's you know sleep time in general money relationships even although i don't recommend that but i think you know sacrifices key so jj. I recently in personally wrote a book. Michael i traditionally published book. And i get a lot of questions that people saying john like i've written I'm interested in writing a book. I've seen that you that you wrote one. Like where do i even begin. How does one even begin to start writing a business book. And frankly i don't really have great answers but you're kind of the expert on this topic. So how does one even begin to write a business book. A good starting point is coming up with a topic. First and foremost i think. That's that's fairly self explanatory. So if you're if you are leadership guru or your consultant. Some sort of consultant. You know right on the topics that you that you know And but beyond that you know Choosing choosing unique and and you know Explanatory title and subtitle You know once you have that topic nail down the title is incredibly important and if you can you can add some your your topics key words into the title or subtitle. I think that's keys. Well to kind of allow Seo again especially within Amazon's algorithms our website So let's just say you're writing a book on leadership if you can include the word leadership in your title or subtitle That can do that. Can do wonders for For visibility on platforms like amazon Author john maxwell is a master of writing effective book titles and subtitles..
"hebert" Discussed on By His Grace
"That i would be able through honestly. Forgot him his eighth and and just his will. But i'd be able to push this forward and get the right people. The right mentor. The right board members to come together to help us make an even larger impact for the journey. Been very hard. I am not going to pay a picture like what you may see on social media at that. It's all roses and lots of funny than send celebrations. It is a very difficult industry to be an. We work really hard. We get paid. Minimum dollars is a lot of people. Know we run our business like a for profit business but we have such a small budget to do so And if you really think about it we go through some pretty emotional moment because not every child survives. We get very close to a lot of families in patients and unfortunately they gain their angel wings. In what we believe is too early but knowing that we trust that god has an ultimate plan okay but it is a very hard job hard industry we raise money through actual physical ident the logistics are a nightmare if you will And emotional and so the journey has been just back quite a journey but my vision and will never give up on these kids and families and to always be in. Their corner is what god put in me. It's what i have in my heart. And it's the fire in my belly. And so even through a pandemic. I was not going to allow it to close our doors and our vision and mission and so you know from seven again six volunteers to the two thousand fourteen khanna turning point ten now in twenty twenty one you know being able to say that we are in a massive capital campaign. They young and mighty bean with an army of volunteers is almost well it is. It's mind blowing to be quite honest but I get up every day. I have fought for his leadership. I trust and his fe and i continue to lead and grow and really just tried to impact the community and educate everyone on you know like i said the Statistics behind childhood cancer. Yeah that's great. That so amazing. And what i want to Kinda point out is you were working as a side. It was basically a side hustle that was a passion and And then god made it clear of the you he expanded your vision for this and it became your passion and so for the people who are listening you may have a dream in your heart and you think what difference can i make and i think that brittany and i would both say that if you just give that dream to the lord and you work hard because it does take hard work and determination but it also takes a huge measure of faith to trust him to guide you direct. You need you and you too can do big things for god so Brittany i would love for you to just have the last word with if you would encourage them if they're If they want to get involved in the project that you're working on And also kind of two fold and also have a dream in their heart And they wanna they wanna do something big and bold wet wisdom would you share with them so two parts so the wisdom that you would share with them and then how they can get involved with the work that you're doing yes so i always say that if you have passion it's time to put it into action and so surrounding yourself with people who are smarter than you men for that are willing to help you get started with your passion and your journey. I mean today. All of the information is at your fingertips you can get online and literally google. How do i put my passion into action by starting at x by doing why and don't hesitate to just do it. Go all in right and act people to help you. Don't be afraid to ask for help. A biggest motto is. The answer is always no unless you ask. It is always know rush. You ask so. Try to build the courage through your and through god's will pay about it. I prayed about so many moments along this journey. And joe dewitt. Put your passion into action and ask for help along the way of love that and lafley. If you want to get involved high kids we have a ton of opportunity spanning through texas and louisiana and you can access that information on our website at sky high for kids dot org and you can follow us on social media at scott high for kids on all platforms. We would love to have you again. All throughout texas louisiana and honestly can be anywhere in the country and still participate in some of our programs like our blanket making and so we encourage anyone and everyone all ages all backgrounds get involved with our organization and make an impact in the childhood cancer community together. Yes i love that we will put links to everything in the show notes and where they can find you on social media and all the places an all of the things and so thank you so much for being here with us today and we are cheering you on in the work that you are doing to end childhood cancer. Thank you the pleasure and an honor. Thank you for joining me today. On by his grace. I hope you've enjoyed listening. And are encouraged by our guest. Today i would love for you to visit my blog misty. Philip dot com for more encouragement. You can find me on social media as misty. Philip and i would love to connect with you there..
"hebert" Discussed on By His Grace
"Us today. To share your story and to talk about obedience yes thank you so much for having me. It's an honor absolutely so you have a really incredible story. A god story that. I can't wait for everybody to here. So let's just start at the beginning all right so very beginning. I was born and raised in avondale louisiana on crawfish and rice form and grew up truly a tomboy hunting and fishing and outdoor activities with my family And i guess middle school. My mom said hey i have an idea now might to try something new. And that was participate in the local festival pageants and where i was from the cattle festival pageant was the place to be Every year during the season and so i was crowned the deb cattle queen and that introduced me to volunteering in our community when i was really young twelve or thirteen years old and so long story short. The next year. I participated in the katie anna. And truth be told. This is the first god. Wink islands miss I was the first runner up. I was not crowned but couple months later the festival queen. She had forfeited her crown inside a phone. Call from the patent director. Miss billy men arch and she says britney brooklyn forfeited her crown. Would you take the title of miss. Katie anna. Of course. I said yes. And that's what led me to do. Children's research hospital My freshman year of high school. So i walked through the doors of raw mcdonnell house where i was introduced to childhood cancer and at a very young age a lot of times. You know if you aren't exposed to any type of disease growing up you know. It is a complete shock and awe experience opportunity. Painted with our group beanies for saint jude to host a mardi gras corval and cook a gumbo and service. All fifty three families that were currently going through treatment. Saint jude That evening in the raw mcdonnell house ended up sitting with the little blinding dalton and he was buried very sick from his chemo treatments. And so i was able to talk him into try and gumbo and he ate for the first time in like two or three weeks and his parents were elated. I mean it was a total crying moment. It was just an experience that i'll never get and that's truly when god planted the seed for me to really do what he put me on earth to do later on in life so that the beginning of the story okay so then let's fast forward to what the work that you're doing now. So senior college happened. Anna started a sporting clay tournament. In honor of st jude. Children's research hospital. It came back to me as a volunteer opportunity. And although very busy and Working my own way to pay school and all of my bills and and really working on trying to get into law school. God said you need to do this year. S you're being called to do this. And so the first sporting clay tarmac race a fifty thousand dollars which was just crazy for a group of twenty zero women in lafayette louisiana to raise money. And that a little boy named brice norwood. He's five years old and unfortunately he was terminally ill at the time when we donate the money at saint that year and we became fast friends and within a two-month period i got to know breath his family and we were able to fulfill a a last weekend if you will with his family. And you've audi texas. I spent a lot of time with this little boy. And i knew god was speaking to me through him. But i had no idea what it would really mean So you know later on on valentine's day which is six birthday. He was called to god. And that would be exact moment. That god out to me at the fed linfen. I've been giving you the sign since you literally twelve years old now. I am telling you what i put you on earth to do and so instead of going to law school and following what i thought i was supposed to do. I although didn't understand but find the knowledge receiving. I listened to god and walked in hints steps. If you will and open scott high for kids. Five one c three nonprofit and now today we have donated over seventeen million dollars to the childhood cancer community throughout the united states. Wow that is absolutely amazing. And i love what you said about You know it's our faith is a journey and sometimes we don't. We don't see what has happened in the in the past in our childhood but if we can go and go back and look at that We can often see like a little bread crumbs that god has been giving us a little trail that is leading us to where he wants us to go. And nothing is wasted in god's economy so he uses everything and so every step of obedience every opportunity that he puts before us. We have a choice whether we will follow him or not. And so i would love to know what that step of obedience because it sounds like you. You had dreams of what you wanted to do. And we know that. God's dreams are way better than our dreams but sometimes that requires us to sacrifice the dreams that we have. So i'd love for you to dig into that a little bit more. That's completely true. In fact in my childhood i went through quite a bit of adversity. My father was in a helicopter crash which he survived but it completely changed the dynamics of our family. My parents divorced later on which sent my mom into drug rehab. Mmg field suffers depression. Our house burned to the ground. My senior in high school. So when when you talk about obedience and trusting in god and his plan. There were moments for me growing up that i needed early. Look to the sky and said god what else. What else are you going to put on my shoulders right. I mean it's just you have these moments where your faith is tested to the fullest. And it's up to you to make the choice like you said to remain obedient into continue to trust in his plan. No matter how difficult it may get or how much is put on your shoulders. And i did have a big aspirations to become a big shot. Attorney moved to the city of new york. Get out of the small town and honestly leave a lot of the things that know. Traumatized me as a child if you will will and start a new life and god said pump the brakes. This is what. I've been showing you for so long right through the really hard time that you had a child. I was planting the seed down the row every time for you to see what i wanted you to do. There's no reason may be that. I should be so passionate about cancer. I wasn't exposed to it as a child. I didn't grow up wealthy. Nonprofit and volunteering wasn't what our family did are understood. We didn't i mean we. I'd never traveled north of itin in my life. And so when people ask me why you're so passionate why do you care so much about children and families all over the world that you don't even know.
"hebert" Discussed on By His Grace
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"hebert" Discussed on Discover Lafayette
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How to Cultivate Radical Body Love with Sonya Renee Taylor
"Hebert welcome to food sake I. AM Christy Harrison and I'm recording this on June second of twenty twenty, when there is a revolution happening for racial justice, and I'm so here for it because I believe that black lives matter and I support justice for George Floyd and Brianna Taylor and RB. And Tony mcdade and all the other black people who've had their lives taken from them over the years through the racist actions of police and vigilantes, and this racist murder has to stop so honor of the movement to defend black lives, and also in recognition of the fact that the Anti Diet Movement must also be an anti-racist movement because. Is Built on a foundation of racism as you heard in the episode with Sabrina strings that I reposted last week. This week. I wanted to re post another. With a brilliant black thinker and writer who speaks to some of the racial justice issues that are connected to this anti at work. This interviews from three years ago in July of twenty seven team, and it's with amazing writer and body Liberation Activists Sonya, Renee Taylor. Sonia has been instrumental in helping make the eating disorders and body positivity space, more aware of racism at its intersections with Diet Culture and eating disorders for a long time. She's been doing this work for many years I. I heard of her and. And saw her in two thousand fifteen when she was presenting at eating. Disorders Conference and so I want to honor her contribution to this work and to this field and make sure that you all go check out her work. Her website is Sonya. Renee Taylor Dot. com and she has a great book called. The body is not an apology that I. highly recommend reading as well. So in this interview that we did three years ago, we discussed why we need more radical body love in the world how to deal with weight gain and weight stigma while learning intuitive eating, what means stream body positivity get so wrong why understanding oppression and racism and intersecting identities is key to creating a world that's truly body positive and truly liberated how to navigate diet culture as a body acceptance activists how to begin to untangle internalized oppression, and so much more. It's a great conversation. I cannot wait to share it with you in just. Just a moment I'm not going to be answering listener question this week because I want to use this time to share some resources for folks who like me are still learning about anti-racism and working to do better, and that's not everyone listening. There are some folks here who are already so far into the anti-racist work and don't need these resources and are leading the way and I wanna thank you for doing that work. Especially, my black listeners and other listeners of color who've been on the front lines of this antiracism work for so long. So, thank you for your work. And to all my black listeners I wanNA send you empathy and compassion and support for what you're going through in this difficult time and descend solidarity, and to say that black lives matter and I'm with you in whatever way I can be. And for those of you, listening who have the unearned social privilege that comes with being white or white passing in this racist culture I wanNA. Call on you to start and or continue engaging in a practice of anti-racism in whatever way you can, because we truly cannot work for body liberation if we're not working for antiracism and I think on a Taylor does such a great job of explaining that her notion of radical body positivity that you'll hear about in a moment I am by. No means an expert on anti-racism as As I'm sure you can imagine right. I'm someone with white privilege. For the last several years I have been making a conscious effort to learn about anti-racism and to unlearn the racist culture that we're all born into, but you know I realized recently with this latest uprising that my anti-racist efforts had become a little passive had become not as active as I would like them to be and I'll talk more about that in the interview airing next week with Mony Melton because I, think she has some really important perspectives on that. Also I'm a white person with a lifetime of being steeped in this racist culture as so many of us are so I'll probably always be on learning, but I'm committed to making the effort and to listening to and learning from people who know way more about this stuff than I do. So from a perspective of someone who's very much still learning, I wanted to share a few resources that I've found helpful in my anti-racism education. I'm giving some sort of more general racism resources. Because as I'm recording this I don't know where the revolution will be. By the time you hear this episode I don't know what's going to be needed on the grounds. I wanted to just give you a few places to start people. People to follow to learn more get more information on social media and all that stuff so i. a couple of books that I love so you WanNa talk about race bypassed food site gassed Joma Aluko. It's a wonderful starting point a wonderful jumping off point if you are new to antiracism work and she even says like that's what she recommends it for. She wants to be a first step for people, not an end point. an anti-racist by Abram ex. Candy is also a wonderful book and he also says like. Stop reading. My Book. Take that as a starting point and go from there and take use it to take action. Just think that the reading reading of the book is the only
"hebert" Discussed on Anime Dine In Podcast
"I liked the fact that he's just a genuine good character. He stands for good things. He has pure intentions. He is a big DORK. Just like me. I'm a big Geek and I'm not afraid to admit it. I've always been a nerd and full frontal nudity. Man Let those. Let your your nerd. Flag fly now especially that. It's considered cool. I mean I don't know if people still get Bullied over lack in that stuff. I've always been like six three so I never got bullied for liking cartoons or or liking anime. And all that stuff but I know a lot of kids did unfortunately and hopefully. We're at a point where that is gone. Or that's minimized at least so people getting the word out there it's like. Hey Sub Elitist Stop Hating on DUB people just because they prefer it in English. Just like DUB people shouldn't hate on the subs for preferring it and Japanese. If you're the creator of this show you wanNA reach as big an audience as possible and so in order to do that. You're going to have to produce it in everyone's local language not everyone wants to read subtitles. It's just a fact it's not it's not a judgment. It's just what people are comfortable doing and I noticed that with me. I am just personally more comfortable watching something in my native language and I'm not saying it's better than the Japanese performance but I can't judge the Japanese performance because I don't speak Japanese. Yeah seriously yeah definitely So one that I had a another fan question that I had So this one I think is kind of interesting Kind of trying to wordsmith little bit so with voice acting really acting in general and doing radio you know that's very competitive career and something that comes with a lot of risk So while you were going down this path you know what were like. Were there any other types of like career paths that you kind of let go in order to pursue this You know what types of things did you have to like their shift around or sacrifice to pursue this career. Well I did have to pick up and move my entire life up route everything I didn't know a soul in L. A. Except for a couple of industry contacts Jonathan Klein who runs new generation pictures? They did the DUB for street fighter and helsing and I knew Steve Blum and Those guys basically went above and beyond they said. Hey when you come out here let me know and we'll we'll try and schedule you for something in a row. Pass your demo along or something and those guys really really helped me get established out here. leaving a fulltime job with decent pay and at least a predictable paycheck and insurance benefits and walking into the unknown. If I could go back in time I would have saved a lot more money because I went from. I'm getting long. My bills are paid too. I'm instantly broke and there's no I can't go back to radio. What am I GONNA do? And I ended up trying to supplement my income by working on Internet radio production. Just you know producing some talk show stuff and just trying to light a fire under the voice acting thing but I. I ended up securing the Egypt. That's deblum. Has I got more work through the studios. He was working at do. Anime Studio Palace did NARUTO. They did bleach and new generation. Of course I got on their talent roster and then I got to do street fighter and things like that and Jonathan Klein was instrumental in in nudging Disney when they made wreck. Ralph saying hey we noticed there's street fighter characters in this trailer. You know we have the we have the DUB cast right here in town if you ever want to use them and They ended up hiring me and Reuben. Langdon to reprise are streetfighter roles for a cameo in wreck it. Ralph. That's awesome. School is great now. We're seeing more films like that You Know Record Ralph Ready Player one was a it was a big one. You know we're just like it's all about. The gaming world is all about video game universe of showed I like really embracing like you know gain the gaming community what was that. What was it? Like auditioning for review. Yeah I had to sign an NDA which normally do sign a nondisclosure agreement after recording you know basically stating I can't talk about it without permission until it's out I had to sign that just to audition so capcom had this little three ring. Binder of character audition scripts and I signed it and The name of the game and all the all the code names were on there for characters so really was called something Dave or something but I saw the character designs on the audition scripts and I know diseases and yeah geeked out. I wasn't great at streetfighter. I'm not a good competitive gamer. At all I'm casual man. I am operation. Meet Shield in college. I get sniped so fast but I love button mashing fighters and and all that stuff so I knew how can I con? Extreme fighter was in getting to try out for re you can L. Forte Honda and Golly couple of others I didn't think I had a chance. I said No. This is too huge. There's no way because the mentality of voice actor has to have I mean is mandatory or else you're going sane is to do the best candy dishes and then immediately divorce yourself from it. Don't think about it. Don't just go nuts going. I hope they hire me. I hope the army chances are they're not because it is like you said it's super competitive so I did my auditions and I went home and I got on with my life and then fast forward a couple of months. I'm in a convention and the director for Helsing was also set to direct the DUB for street fighter four Taliban Jaffe who is now with the critical role gang and he said hey man congrats. I said for what it's like. Oh you didn't know yet what you got the man and he hinted and like I knew what he was talking about. Oh my God pinch myself crazy and that led to the wreck it Ralph and Super Smash brothers and it's like how did this happen? This is is wild. I had no idea that I would get to play such an iconic character and iconic franchise. That's that's so huge and is showing no signs of slowing down. What do you think Go next like you said like him popping up in Super Smash using smash brothers. Who was the game that you mentioned wanting to be crazy if he popped in like a guest character for like let's say remember that assures that assurance? Raff game that came out and it had that like playable streetfighter mode. I think it was in deal. Sea Yeah Yeah it was the CNA let you play as a sure is like the street fighter. Four mad and stuff like that we see. Where do you think it'd be cool if what they put ruin here? Maybe so caliber. Maybe dude that would be. That would be epic but I'll I guess so calibers. What Namco and all that. There'd be a lot of fighting and bickering back and forth. It's it's hard to get those team ups you know but you did Tekken Cross or streetfighter cross-checking and they kept rumors. Kept going out that they were gonNA make the reverse one as a sequel. But I have heard no progress about that one. I mean Kuma is in Tech Indo. He isn't tech and seven. Yeah Yeah so As far as where R- you could show up next. I don't know I mean maybe if they continue to make capcom marvel versus Capcom. I hope they do. Because that's always a fun series and that's the one I have better luck button mashing at Anyway Co Nice Okay so I think We just have a couple more questions before we close out here so you can just jump right into that So the my last question for you that I have is Regarding social media so with that being so prevalent you have twitter. I know you're also on cameo and did some work with unlocked on so with all of those things being around. You know the gap between the fan base and celebrity has gotten really small So do you have any thoughts on that on how? That's impacted fangio overall. Whether that be positive or negative I think that every actor and creator definitely thrives on feedback. They'd like to know that their art in their craft is being appreciated on some level. So I know that I'm super jazz to get to be able to to get feedback as quickly as social media allows me in from around the world Like avenues like twitter. Instagram facebook And now unlocked wherever weekly stream on Saturday nights and I'll talk to the fans and and try to make it as laid back as possible. It's like this is like a chill version of Con- panel. We're GONNA have fun and it's only as comfortable as the actor or the talent wants to make it. It's like I. I LOVE INTERACTING WITH FANS. I always have ever since I got on twenty years ago on. Dragon Ball It's just whatever people are comfortable doing and I think there's a lot of actors and creators that before social media. They weren't really interactive. They weren't on the con- seeing they weren't you know they just go home to their lives and they had no idea you know the the the transformers cast had no idea that you know they knew it was big but they had no idea that people looked up to their voice acting performances. Peter Colin and Frank Welker and all these people you know they were just having fun in the eighties you know. Go into a studio and get into record You know cartoons and entertaining kids but when you hear the stories from the fans nowadays talking about how their lives are touched whether it's just plain entertainment or make an smile or laugh or just get out escape reality and deal with horrible life crisis or even crushing depression in escape that just for a little bit with a game or a show. That's like that's icing on the cake that you can put no dollar value on. It's like yeah we we. We like to get paid for what we do. And we love what we do but to make a difference in someone's life. I had no idea that I would be able to do that. Usually hear that about doctors and historical type figures. And all that you don't really I'm not used to hearing that as far as entertainers go. But I'm starting to hear it now. Social media were musicians are talking about. You know musicians other musicians in the new generation looking up to the older generation and artists the same sort of thing celebrities. Same sort of thing and it's like how do I get started what I do? I see a lot of crossover a lot of the same questions before just eager to become creative You know self employed type too where you're your own boss and it's stressful and You could take all the steps necessary and still not really achieve any great length of success but if you stick to it Who knows what the future holds for anybody so I encourage anyone who has a dream or even even thinks about doing something in the Industry. The pop culture world Beyond just being a fan becoming one of those creators That they take steps. Little Baby steps takes years takes ten years to be an overnight sensation. Yeah well said thank you. Well I would say that my last question sorry if suber generic then no view heard it so many times before your career but being that we live in the world that we live in today the desire to be a voice actor is extremely high and there are so many sites out there and there are so many fan projects of like where you can start in get into the world. I know a big group. A team. Four star a big fan of those guys. I love them and you know just a bunch of guys just parodying their favorite shows and now team four stars.
"hebert" Discussed on Anime Dine In Podcast
"Weaver also another back then. Ad Voice Actor now Sendai Inflammation. So those were my two. I Voice actor interviews fast forward a year later. I'm in the industry. I'm on Dragon. Ball Z. And suddenly. I'm at a CON AAC on and their guest again and it's like this is wild now. I'm on the other side of the Mike. What like this was a goal of mine and talk about the right place at the right time. So yeah it was. It was pretty trippy. And being a part of Dragon Ball Z and the huge force. That it was even then. Now it's even bigger but it was huge then Seeing the line just wrap around at the time we didn't have a dedicated place to do the signing so they actually had a sign at a table in the dealer hall which is if anyone's been new convention. They know that's not a good idea. That is no no but they learned. They learned eventually autograph. Sessions were held in their own dedicated rooms panel rooms or got a terrarium settings to where you can. Have everyone get out of the way so people who wanted to shop could shop and all that sort of thing and yeah so just unbelievable Getting to to meet fans and it's like I I started as a fan then what I have nude. I'm just a lucky guy with a cool job but yeah man. It's I pinch myself to this day. That something as big as dragon ball led to a huge career. A huge change in my life. That ultimately led me to leaving gallison coming out to the West Coast here in Los Angeles to chase that dream of being a full-time voice actor and here I am. Yeah Awesome Yeah. I think I think that's really cool. I like to hear some of those transitional stories like I get really interested in like the career path and like you know the different changes that people go through so I think that that's a really good story One more follow up on. That is still along with going with conventions of when you were going as a fan right. So what kinds of like so? What was like your con experience going as a fan so like like you said you did. You did try to get some interviews. Did you ever try to play anything? Like that. Dealer Hill. I never really did. The cost thing because I see so many people sweating and it just looks miserable and it's like I don't I don't Wanna I don't WanNa be ripe patients to. I don't know I don't know how to knits. I don't know how to put together things in hats off so much props in respect to every cost player out there who who bust their butt all year long to and save their hard earned money just to be at a convention over the course of a weekend in some lucky people save up enough money to go to multiple ones and pay ungodly amounts of money just for the badge the hotel the flights or or driving in staying in a room full of ten people and whatnot trying to scrape together enough money to eat like no doesn't count. You have to eat food year. The cost planned community is really Like Israeli transition because see a lot of people. Some people can actually do it for a living. I know a couple will have some friends of mine. Who that's all they do they They go to these conventions and things like that and they get paid to advertise for the conventions and that's what they do and they love it so it's very cool to see that you know. So many like niche things are now something that people can do. If you have the passion for it you can make a career out. And that's the that's the coolest thing that we're able to see now in today's world so that's you'd see cost players. Uc makeup artist and then they got hired by Hollywood to work in TV. Indie films. Big Budget Films Whatnot in. They come from this background. And now thanks to social media again youtube twitch and whatnot. We're all getting connected and able to cross promote things so eventually someone that follows someone else that Oh hey. I didn't know you were a fan of this so I follow follow. You know all that stuff in it leads to places which is amazing and suddenly opportunities. That wouldn't necessarily have happened before the Internet are now happening in you and you're getting to see how much talent is really out there beyond the lucky few who were able to and and not to denigrate how much Time energy blood sweat and tears. They had to go through to get their success in life but now it is a little bit easier in the technology age for people to get their signal out there to market using the free marketing of social media and to get there and get their message out there and their voices heard quite literally yes Something that a fun question that I've always thought about because everybody knows how much you love the grace. Am everybody knows how much that Karrada means you. If you could make your own film starring the great salesman but the catches the only people can be in the film are People. You voiced who is in it. And WHO's the main attacks my. Gosh well I think because they're so similar invoice style because they're both by me. I think Communist is pretty much the great salmon so communist from Gern log on. It's like that's the way team curran roles and he kind of sounds like being the motivational speaker. That say a man is like I'm GonNa beat some fashion sense into you. Know that sort of big over the top cheesy fake superhero. We ever learn why Gohann bothered with the whole Superhero route. I mean that that universe is used to seeing people fly in have powers and everything. Why was he trying to hide? It is weird because when when you still see them to martial arts tournaments. They're still shocked and baffled. By every time they see something floating in the ring man. You guys must've been the same crap from the Dragon Ball tournaments because they did a lot of that and they're like yeah and on that Earth you have talking animals all over the place. In fact like the president character is king. Furry who I did. Voice to the surly is going to attack. This is terrible and you know you have obviously a big talking dog. Bear thing and people are like they're cool with that but if a human flies why so but I mean I I do appreciate that for whatever reason the Wacky University Dragon Ball let go on stretches comedic chops and show that he was a multifaceted character. He wasn't strong in pure was a big nerd and an awesome and just see just himself be able to have some fun and of course meet his eventual wife and mother of his child and all that fun stuff too. So yeah say a man was just a man so much fun to do especially the rap which. I don't remember but I know it's on a youtube clip of the great say man rap is wow but if so is the Gracie Aman who is the villain of this great salesman. Fill A YEAR IS SH- every film these antagonise. It's not as everything. Every good book needs to climax into climax. You need to have some type of force all right now. We know of your voice so many characters but if they could be one antagonists who. Golly I'm trying to think of how many bad guys. I've voiced Monterey in persona five ago all the way back to Kara Suu in the dark tournament. Saga of you you hawkish. Oh maybe him because he actually does turn Super C and he goes from black hair to blonde kinda powers up. Maybe he has a chance. So Yeah Kara. Su who strangely ironically has the same voices. Isan I ripped myself off. I got some friends in the drug get started over scar soon as we're going to try to make it happen. Ooh Yes. We're GONNA make Abbott. We're going to try to reach out to you so you can voice it just so as realistic in. Hey you never know maybe about five seven years this can be it can become the next animated. We'll never we. We might get that grace. Am Man Film after all or we could get a live action. You never know dude. Anything's possible bleaches. Coming back what rate right. These days being on bleach is coming back and things like that out of all the shows that you worked on because it seems like a lot of classic I remember when Dragon Ball Z super got announcing. I was like. Wow really it's coming back and then bleaches just made the announcement. They're coming back. Even did you mind getting the original digital is getting a reboot. Is there any show or intimate that you worked on in the past that you love to see him see make a return or get a rebuilding in that sense something like maybe like Karachi might come back? You know something that you like. I think this would be cool to see if this came back I only had a small one episode character and I forgot his name but space dandy. I'd like to see that comeback. I thought that was hilarious and That was the first time that was the closest thing to a broadcast They at the time you know they were getting it out. I guess in English before Japanese even because it was a co creation of of Japan and Co funding with cartoon network basically right so you know that the world market place where there's multiple investors from all these different countries and. It's interesting to see a piece of pop culture like that come out and say oh dude. So the Creator Cowboy. Bebop has this new like Outer Space Comedy Action Show. This is great. And Iain Sinclair kills. It is Dandy is hilarious. I Love Yeah. I love space. Daddy's one of the good ones. I would love to see a book or a second. Season is just so funny. I have felt seen the show. Funny Very Long Time. I think my verse. Well that brings up another interesting comedy. All the job of their that. There is an animated. Is Your issue or does your comedy. There's actions there's your thrillers. Where do you where do you? Where do you like the layout where? Where is your preferred genre comedy? I love a good comedy slice of life. Oh yeah comedy is is fantastic And it's hard to to I mean with something is culture. Specific is anime to to make something that speaks to North American audience. You know Shin Chan is hilarious. But it's not true to the original translation at all. Yeah so whether it's one of those weird hybrids or it's like okay Clients like make it your own okay. Another show I think. Ghost hunt did that to go story. He goes to the right guys like I see a scene. The scene The sub for it. And then a buddy of mine man you Gotta. Watch the dove and like I was like. Oh my God. This is like the greatest thing I've ever seen. I I WANNA see that that I wanna see that makes them and just put my stamp money. Yeah and as great as an iconic is full metal alchemist is it kind of already had a reboot it with. Brotherhood it got to have. It's mango faithful Manga. Faithful adaptation and. That's one of those ones between that. And you know cowboy bebop. I don't see how you could bring it back really but those one of those things that I I will recommend to friends who don't watch anime. I said the stories in the characters are just that good. Just just just watch these and they come back and go. Wow that was really good. Da what I lead you astray. Come on man you got to let people know man is a lot of great things out there. If anybody would know you would know like I worked on a lot of things and you know the great thing about anime as just like in live action. There is a John Reid for everything every age group. Every weird obsession. It's all their things for the little kids as for the twisted people things for You know you're watching a show and you're only reaction truly could be just owed Japan..
"hebert" Discussed on Anime Dine In Podcast
"Burger from Geeks in the city. And I'm joined by Jeremy for the enemy dining podcast. Hey everybody and today. We're doing a special cross episode innocence where we come together and we're coming together because we want to speak to the people who's behind the acting. We WanNA speak to the people inside the business. Everybody loves everybody. Loves Video Games? But what about the people who gives life to these characters that gives life to these different things well today? We're speaking to a very special guest today. Because when you think of the word impactful this person has been impactful in many of our lives. Okay he's been in a phoenix right. The game he's been in my hero. He's been in the seven deadly sins. He's been in a new meal. Kuni film. That was released on Netflix. He has been dizzy. Mind he's been in one punch man. He's a famous character on streetfighter. He's even been in Dragon Ball but we most know him for his roles in Dragon. Ball Z. that's right. We have the voice actor for Gohann Aka the narrator cow. A bear with us. Today how're you doing today? Hi doing great. Thanks for Running down the The resume their because I've been doing this for like twenty years and I i. I sometimes forget what I've done. No problem no problem. Well how are you? I'm doing great Survive in this hold weird world. Changing event The whole isolation quarantine thing so everyone listening to this in the future when it's over. This is a weird time to be alive. Yeah seriously it's like just just a strange moment you know like like you said it's just like it's just a weird time like I don't really have any other way to explain it you know. Yeah I mean. Traffic's great that that's awesome but it is a little eerie to to look around and like there's hardly anyone out there and you gotta stand in line just to go into a grocery store and even then you're supposed to stand like six feet away or or else the lock in actually legally you know steph. Joe They can. They can put you in jail or fine. Yeah even it's it's it's getting serious. Where the the politicians are like guys were serious. You need to stay in yeah. I've been arguing people all day because I'm in Lebanon trump. No guys I have allergies in the mornings. I've always had allergies. Are you sure? I'm like the avid for the last. I don't know twenty years raw. Which by the way I heard best put is treated as if you already have it and you're just trying to not spread it to other people because you might as well have it because there's so many people that you know the symptoms don't show up in and they unknowingly pass it onto some older person or someone with a with a weak immune system and suddenly there respirator or they. God Forbid Pass away so he wants that on their conscious. Yeah definitely So that's actually a pretty decent segue so with all these new restrictions in place because of the time today you know. A lot of people are staying indoors and binge watching Netflix crunchier funding. May Shane all those things So what are you currently watching? Oh man well let's see net flicks just today Posted the third season of Ozark. I mean my wife will binge watch a lot of stuff. We're big horror fans so we'll watch stuff on shudder and Amazon prime and Net flicks And a lot of series right. Now we're we're we're almost done with Tiger king which is just like the ultimate train wreck documentary is just like you just Gotta. Watch it works. What's your favorite? What's your favorite horror film? Because you know for me I'm classic guy so you Oughta Friday the thirteenth things. Those I got all those little. Dvd those Nice Nice Yeah the eighties. Were a great time of reverence. I go a little bit further back because I'm a little older but The exorcists the Texas chainsaw massacre the original. So the golden era from the seventies you know but yeah I'm actually not that much of a horror fans. Unfortunately so I co- kind of out of the loop here. Yeah I know I'm more of a series guy so action adventure in different and You know little slice of life That's kind of me like I was growing up. You know I was. I always got scared and stuff so I just never really got too much into it. Hey a no shame you know it's just like There's certain genres just like I. I'm just not interested than others. I end up watching a while. I was really missing out but I mean yeah I mean it's a psychological thing if if you are physically or mentally uncomfortable watching something why would you subject yourself to it ever again So were you always into the horror genre or is that something that you grew into? Oh yuck I I was maybe nine or Canon. I saw the first Friday the thirteenth and I saw alien and it worked my mind because All through the eighties as I as was getting older. I was subscribe Defense Goria magazine which now is back in print but you have to subscribe to it basically and it's not available online. Which is an interesting move in these day and Times where print media is Kinda dead but yeah it's like latching onto the nostalgic thing as a big music guy I loved instill do Rock and heavy metals. The harder to better and so. I was collecting a lot of music magazines and seeing bands like iron maiden and ACDC. Back in the day Ozzy Crew tax. But now I'm just jamming my head to Lamma God Code Orange I love nine inch nails so they just put out two free albums of dark ambient music today and they did good. Those are good bands man none of feel shameful about and Jeremy. Y'All got to feel bad either because I only started getting into horror because my wife my wife watching with me like before her I was like I'm not GonNa Watch it so there's no shame good I had. I had to turn my wife into a geek. She was only a geek in training because her kids would be all Geeky and she realized. I don't know I've seen a couple of marble movies and then I just drug her with me to the theater. Once we became a couple and now she'd totally loves it. You know it's like Oh cool. Cool so we you know when Disney plus launched. We binged Well you couldn't bench it then. It was once one episode a week but the man delorean is amazing Yes yeah just just wonderful wonderful stuff and we're learning in this streaming age. What a great format You know. Tv can have another golden age and instead of you know one episode with one hour or a two hour movie. Now you can take your time. Let the story breathe and take you know. Ten episodes twenty whatever several seasons and really build the characters and get invested in it. And it's really cool. Well something I wanted to talk about being really cool cow. I'm pretty sure you're aware of this. But you are the most beloved and hated man in Dragon Ball history because you are the guy when everybody was at the cusp of excitement like Oh my God go who just turned super saying the one thing we would here would be like is going to finish the fight. Find out next time on dragon ball over like aw do. There's always this this this debate among fans. Who's the most powerful Dragon Ball character? I'm GONNA just put it out there. It's the narrator. Why because he's God? Why us he chooses when those battles began end. That is true. I I can. I would never denied because the narrow because people don't understand is that if the narrator closes the show that's it we will find out what had until he tells us to dude. Yeah yeah serious. I mean if you if you said what does the character look like? I don't know he's never seen only heard so voiced all these characters you do see unscreened through the years with Naruto and bleach and full metal alchemist and Gern log on and street fighter and fire emblem awakening and all these different things and and go on of course to older. Go on but the narrator. That's that's one of the first things I got. Once I became a voice actor. Gohann was even before that and then I started acquiring roles I started getting like the narrator and then I got ox king and then a man is just going on the list so yeah it's been a wild ride so you are a fan of. Dragon Ball Before you actually were cast it on the show correct yeah before to Nami even started airing it It came to the states in ninety five and all that was available then or the first. Two story ARCS in English but from Canada. Yeah yeah fundation hired a studios up there and Vancouver to record it. And then they moved their base of operations to Texas so a whole new local cast in Dallas Texas. Where they still are today Flower Mound Texas technically but Yeah yeah they They started with the whole trunk. Saga and everything and A year later I got to try out for Gone I forget who else I addition to for I I mean I went in in August of two thousand. I was a DJ on radio. Disney and I heard about auditions through some station co workers who took a tour of automation because Radio Disney was all about. What are the kids into right now? Hey cartoon network. What's the hottest property and Cartoon Network Dragon Ball? Hey Dragon Ball and and I was in Dallas. At the time Radio Disney was based in Dallas at the time just like function still is so you know they worked out some cross promotion stuff and we actually on the air. We're giving away dragging ballsy merchandise. But I couldn't say that I was a voice on the show because that would show a conflict of interest out toy a Disney blah blah blah. So I couldn't do that but it was pretty wild to to to go from hosting You know basically top forty for kids. Radio show to walking in the booth in suddenly voice acting Characters that I already knew in a show I was already a fan of in genre. I've been a fan of since I was a kid growing up before the word anime even existed so like speed racer battle the planet Star Blazers. All this stuff was you know. And there were stuff way before that to go back to the sixties and crazy astro boy in Gigan- toward those I remember my father had My father actually has a couple of those on the just tapes To this day that think he passed his collection is like five. Different Tapes Passes Little Bit of collection on me when I was like nine or ten. He's like for you. Start watching this stuff. Need understand where he came from. And I'm like okay But yeah that's that's amazing And it's interesting that you bring up a DJ. Because I know Jeff. I Know Jeremy here he actually has some questions about that one. Yeah so I think it's really interesting that you know you having this radio career before. Starting voice acting So Radio Disney was the one that you mentioned So I guess just general you know. What was that like you know? What was your role? What did what what types of things did you do? What was you know the whole package? You know yeah I went from Alissa started at a radio network in Dallas. That was eventually purchased by. Abc Disney bought ABC. So during all those years. I worked my way up from an intern non-paid to a part-time on the air at hard rock heavy metal format to full time on radio. I literally went for in a matter of months apart. I'm introducing things like the backstreet boys and n sync and then fast forward a few months. I got to keep my. Dj.
Dying Light 2 delayed indefinitely
"Light to has been delayed. This is the message from tech land themselves to our are dedicated community. It was a busy year for us as we continued working on our biggest project to date. We know you are awaiting the game eerily and we want to deliver exactly what we promised we. We were initially aiming for a spring two thousand twenty release with Di Light too but unfortunately we need more development time to fulfill our vision. We will have more details to share in the coming months and we'll get back to you as soon as we have more information. We apologize for this unwelcome news. Our priority is to deliver an experience that lives up to our own high standards and to the expectations of of you are fans. Please stay tuned in thank you to our fans around the world for your continued support patients and understanding any game. You wanted to twenty the twentieth not hitting the date anymore apparent. Whenever a game gets delayed I think of that? She gave me a Modo quote. He's like a good game is one. That was probably delayed a couple times times and if a game was delayed indefinitely that means it's in trouble. Yeah right I mean what is like this game was supposed to come out in a couple of months and sometime sometime this year and anybody who has a Loosey Goosey Spring Two thousand twenty right now. That's not happening in La. And I don't get me wrong. I'm not guilty. Anyone for delaying their game. The other me. I'm a miyamoto quote writer. What a bad games? Bad game candidate or something that actually say the accident close. We've butchering says. Mario was was inspired by a carpenter. He saw dying a horrible accident and he imagined to himself. What if what if Mario and said was killed by a guerrilla grossness other quote was? Don't push let me push push pop. You know what I mean. That's me everybody is just like man last week Somebody somebody on the sub reddit screen shotted on Friday. All the Games daily's and I think it was. What four out of five were delayed? I bought a being delayed. What is it so far? Final fantasy seven remain go to YouTube dot com slash. Kinda Funny Games until you hold on one second Hebert pond seven eventers cyberpunk VR. I'm manvier that won't unhurt. We you know I hurt. Did they game yeah. You're right so yeah. Friday was iron man Thursday with cyberpunk Why is why is there? A Games Games Games cast in the Games daily playlist. We got to fix that That it was the Subaru world. You know the theme park then. It was final fantasy any delay. We go into the Japan. Drink Super Mario World theme park got delayed. No I'm just saying that it was like he's about thumbnails. Can you make video game amusement amusement parks without getting delayed I know well that'd be the accurate experience right it would be. What do you think's going on? Danny I've I've been mulling over this ever since I heard it like five minutes ago before the show started and my speculation is that this whole indefinite push will probably be like at the beginning getting of the playstation five an xbox series x launch. This game will come out now instead. closer to. I don't think I don't think it is. I think they're doing the same thing that cyberpunk is doing where they're trying to get closer to the new console release really quality related at all. You think it's getting giving I I don't I don't know I mean I'm not I'm not in their studios but if I was them and I knew now that I suddenly got the playstation five advocate and the xbox series Dev Kit and I was like oh no this can like run playstation four games so much. Well and it's it's it's never a copy and paste situation other so probably that thing where they do. Just WanNa take the extra time to make sure that it is excellent for the newer consoles. Yeah that's a better first impression. See I wholeheartedly disagree. But I do think that there's a sliver of truth on the marketing Publishing VP. Whoever up up the chain side? Because I think the developers need more time I I believe cyberpunk just is like Oh this is where we want it to be Tech Line is like this is not where we want it to be but I think when they go to their board of Directors or whoever they asked about this off right into the president and just like we need more time I think there is that sucks but people are going to be excited and if they can go back instead of instead of doing doing what final fantasy seven remake is doing where it's like. We're delaying for like a month. Because this is like not shaping up as well as we thought last minute. It's probably that thing where they are saying. We might as well. If we're going to push back push it is closer. The new console launches as as possible. Yeah it'll be interesting to see when we when we finally get at our president from xbox in place to handle the fact. Oh It's Christian. Incredibly ambitious games. Total cyberpunk twenty. Seventy seven is is very like one of the most ambitious games coming out this year and dying light to is bound more ambitious from what I've seen. Yeah Yeah that was where we came out of the whole decision of who you trusted. which if you did on the one side it would learn fled the city? And there's this brand new place to explore otherside you'll be the city flooded. I remember asking questions like if I leave the city flooded. Do I not see that world like yeah like gotten designer who sat there. Yeah backed out an entire city and they did all this work like fifty percents of the Gamers won't see that. Maybe I'm excited. I'm excited for it regardless whenever it comes
Trump sides with Putin over U.S. intel in remarkable press conference
"D. From NPR. News this is a special report I'm Ari. Shapiro we're, following the remarkable events. In Helsinki today where. President Trump held, on one on. One summit with Russian. President Vladimir Putin the two world leaders cap the day off with a jaw-dropping press conference during which. President, Trump was asked pointblank if he believed President Putin's denials about Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election here is part of President. Trump's response. People came to me Dan Coats came to me and some others they said they think it's Russia I have President Putin he just said it's not Russia I will say this I don't see any reason why it would be, Dan Coats is, President Trump's director of national intelligence now I want to bring an Carrie Johnson who has been covering all the developments in the Russia investigation and joins us here in the studio hi Carey this press conference. Came just days after a pretty remarkable. Press conference in a very different way on Friday at The US department of Justice. You were. Sitting in the room and rod Rosenstein the deputy attorney general announced some indictments put this into context for us Sorry the mood at the Justice department was actually fairly tense and win the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein came out to announce indictments against twelve current Russian military intelligence officers for basically hacking into Donald Trump's opponents during the. Campaign hacking into Hillary Clinton campaign. Emails hacking into the Democratic National Committee emails and then working. With intermediaries to release those messages to cause maximum damage in the, two thousand sixteen campaign it landed like a ton. Of bricks inside the Justice department the intelligence community, is often limited in what it can say publicly but a charging document has a lot of details and when you read this document cover, to cover, you get a lot of information about what exactly Russia. Did in two thousand sixteen which makes President Trump's denial today all the more striking you know a members of congress. From both sides of the aisle last week I took this indictment of twelve Russian military officers with what appear to be The utmost seriousness the Justice department was actually able. To name individual people talk about where they worked and find out their internet searches their Google searches even Ari so the notion that President Trump and Vladimir Putin today would both cast aspersions on.
"Lava bomb" flies through roof of Hawaii tour boat, injuring 23
"Near the shore Fisher eight one of the. Few still actively spewing lava the, Hawaii county fire department says hot lava crashed through. The roof of a tour vote sending at least three people. To the hospital and ambulances one in serious condition. With a broken leg nineteen others were, treated for less serious injuries. Including minor burns and scrapes it's the most extensive set of injuries related. To kill away of volcano since the most recent lava flows began to erupt in early may destroying. More than seven, hundred homes fire department officials say the lava ocean tours boat was. About two hundred yards offshore when an explosion began hurling hot lava rocks towards, the boat for NPR news I'm Bill Dorman. Influ a group representing business economists says it expects corporate sales to grow, over the. Next three months And it, says that in turn should boost hiring and worker wages national association for business economics in its latest survey says the tax cuts pushed through congress late last year of yet, to affect. Their plans for hiring or investment many expect. That will begin to change over, one possible concern remains Trump administration trade tariffs which. Apparently are causing some companies to lay investment sixty eight percent. Of economists surveyed say they expect sales growth at. Their companies over the next three months, futures prices.