25 Burst results for "Heli"

"heli" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady

Red, Blue, and Brady

08:24 min | 3 months ago

"heli" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady

"Lose your mind so it's like you have to allow especially married people because i know use research the divorce rate from from grief. It's is very high in adult is does not have to be you have to again. There's a scripture to everything. There is a season you have to give that person a season. That season may not look like a typical months. Three months season may be a hundred years. I'm just shoot twenty. Those dislike anna. Consider debt every time that we got a scab on something else happened and something else happened. So i can't even tell you the people we lost after that so just like my sister was the overkill like now is like i need a break of breather and i think it kinda put us. I shouldn't speak everybody. Kinda put me. Further back of losing. A sibling is a whole nother type of brief so is just even people time even them space. They not there. I told my husband. I said i'm not on union more. I'm sonya real. Just you then used to drink what i do now even united cars. Now i'm we are comical family. So i like the labs and tell people my hip is all. I got left so i have to laugh. So is since you gotta gotta give person time and you can't be hard on them in. I told my husband like you. Read in the book. I you know. What do you wanna leave. Leave now review on my father at the same time. I said walk now leave now. Didn't he state but most people don't get that and and sort of in that will house brenda. What made you decide to come work for brady. Which is a gun. Violence prevention organization. You know what prompted you as survivor to to start working on this every day in this field. What's that like. I mean when. I first okay i i might call me about the job and i was just like. Oh my god. This seems like such no-one what we had gone through. Maybe somewhere along the line. I can make some sort of impact. I can support somebody in some way some space. And then i remember like as i started like a me every day. Guys i know kelly you. Jj we have a headline means we have a heavy lift. The lift is so heavy. So that's why. I'm like so here and want to be here in. Dc with you guys. So if i need to come in hug you for real. I can come hug you for real because every day is a real life heavy lift at first. I mean there was a moment. Be completely honest with you without not out. What did i sign up for. Knowing i mean really i mean i probably had the conversation with tony. I mean i remember like client like a one of our coworkers thinking like oh my gosh like this is a lot but then i get angry. I got hungry. And i wanted to do something more like no. Something's got to give like this happened to my father. Let what can. I do not let this allow this to happen again. So sometimes You know i have the schedule slacks. Because i'm on slack all night. Sos like thinking of having thoughts of just you know. I mean susan. I must use with me. My you know my boss. I should say drop names. But you know i literally. Sometimes i'm emailing her at night. Just thinking of different stuff. Just how i can support organization you know just wanting us to be you know just had that one magic you know. Kellyanne elite we. We were together. Were under kelly but with racial justice initiative that brady has for me. It's just like you know i. I can't imagine myself being anywhere else. Honestly you know. I really can't. I mean you know. My dad definitely drives me. You know drives me a lot harder. But just you know just being in this space and i've just known people just even people that have grown up with you know that i know i have friends that have been murdered and in our community. It's it's just tough it is you know you see you hear it. You know of it. I mean i mean just that to them when that that's another story but some police killed the guy right outside my hotel room. I didn't know. I mean like i have ideo the not murder but of course. The police cars stop news. It's just it's a lot in our community in. Something's got to happen Something has to give like. I don't you know. I mean i look it. You know some of the interns that we have. And i'm just so proud of them. No wonder they're gonna take over this country and one day make the beat to change that we really really need. So you know. It's not red is not blue. It's life or death. And i don't know that any of our leaders are going to see that. I think that this new group is new. Wave including you. Jj and kelly are gonna be the changed at this country needs. I'm really. I'm so proud of brenda and bernadette naveh conversation with me about it in the thing that i want everybody. I don't ever want my father to be forgot an outstanding there make you remember. I'm that one. And bernard do believe you're gonna be alive to see the change. We're not gonna off other side of talking about in crying. We're gonna see some justice in all right. That's that's what i believe. Scientists believed you know here. Go moscow Heads or hey. There is a season immaculate. Encourage you are read that that is a very powerful scripture or birla. Jj heli this is y'all season of to make a change. Yeah so. I think that this is really powerful for everything that you share with us today. I mean i. I really think will help people but those who are grieving and those who are supporting people who have bought loved killing killing killing can be good. Nope never is so. Today's moment of levity. I'm still talking about the awfulness of social media or so many places this this could go and none of them are good. Ya and i do. I do want to stress by the way that will someone is hurt in a story. They they are okay. Well lay it on me. So this week story comes from texas guy where in one thousand nine hundred relative was babysitting ten year old boy. No i don't like this. This is your bail. Bale bale well unfortunately I have to tell you so. A babysitter founded gun. That was just out thinking that the weapon was unloaded. She started posing and taking pictures with it for instagram. And unfortunately the gun unintentionally went off and ultimately a bullet struck the boy in the somac- Poor baby right like I'm glad that he's physically okay but that has to be we know it is so. We talked people all the time. Getting shot is terribly traumatizing. And as we always say gun owners you need to securely store your gun and for anyone who happens buying a gun at isn't securely stored just assume it's loaded assume with loaded and act accordingly because this kid is now in stable condition but obviously investigation is underway into this nineteen year old. And it's just you gotta beat so careful i ju- they're not props. They're not toys and friendly reminder about brady's in families fire program because it's dealing with exactly situations like this and one of the things that we talked about is how it's important to ask about guns in the home so parents ask on behalf of their children before they visit other friends homes or have play dates. Or what have you and teens also ask for themselves where they go to someone's house and as a matter of fact. We specifically mentioned the importance of babysitters asking about unsecured weapons in the home before.

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"heli" Discussed on Brown Ambition

Brown Ambition

07:12 min | 4 months ago

"heli" Discussed on Brown Ambition

"Really crash nerve racking. Yes because honestly you know you're on this man says we had our you know we've been having talks with the side of tea which has been the lighting. And so like. I'll i'll be like one of my three mile walks and it was just talking with just government and just like i told you on saturday to remember. This is for anyone who is listening. Who might be making the transition from corporate business or whatever you put in a lot of already that on the surface it looks like oh man is a new entrepreneur but now really you have ten years worth of work in this space as a journalist and editor and personal finance and media so this is just kind of like a different iteration of what you've been doing. You've got your ten thousand hours so remember that when you're feeling like oh i don't know i don't know if i could do it as you've been doing. It just looks different so yeah and listen. I love corporate bear. I still work through my consulting business. Which what i've been launching. I worked for companies heli. I do london. Difference is that i decide what i do and i only do the things that i enjoy doing. And that is such a huge. Yeah as a huge. It's a huge mindshift for me but this is like a little random turn but lately a lot of my friends have been having friendship breakup like and i feel like it's been more devastating hearing them then right breaking up with their boyfriend. You know not like divorce like but certainly like just as devastating sometimes even more devastating than breaking up with a love interest. But i don't know if it's because like an hour. I'm forty one. Maybe there's a transitional in their forty like as rain but a bunch of my friends are like. Oh yeah like. I would say. At least four of them are having like with people that they were fairly close with not to some peripheral like. And we'll talk to her more and having a hard time managing and so. I wanted to talk about that today. Like what that looks. 'cause i've had my share of girlfriend breakup of people i was really close to and being like. Wow i wanna say this publicly in my lifetime. There's really been two major ones where i was like. This is like my closest friend and you know what am i gonna do you know. Sometimes it's just it gives you the outgrown each other. Or maybe there's something that you kind of overlooked and you've grown and you realize that behavior is still conducive to like how i want to be treated anymore and then people don't shift because like i've always treated you like this. I'm like yeah. I mean i don't know i just want to talk about. Have you ever had like friendship break-up or you're like wow didn't think i'd ever break up with this person. I mean in the third grade. My best friend and yellen i. We had a falling out. Oh I ruined her quilt. That she quilted in our third grade class by accident. It was an accident anyway. No no seriously. I'm naturally an introvert and my relationships have always been unlike a few friends. I have associates. And i love having friends at work because make you get through the day. It makes it so much easier to get through the day and we have people to kiki with at work. I'm not so good at maintaining casual acquaintances. It's a lot of work and it gets harder to do so. There's friends in my life like former roommates or former work colleagues. I'm i don't know. I'm kind of like i understand. And i get that their seasons and then you have friends who come and go but the core core group that i have. I haven't had a bad break up now. I have had big like you don't know if we're going to be friends again. Fights okay twice painful very painful. And i'm happy to say that those two relationships were mended with years with time. Okay it's tough. It's really tough. And i think in twenty twenty and this year two when everything is still virtual like if you didn't already have a really good strong foundation with your friends and are used to also be kind of needy friend. I was at wrangling. When did you wanna hang out with me. Like oh you're gonna take me back like come on. Can you tell never had a boyfriend. And honestly i had to and i would put a lot of pressure like like. You're hanging out with so-and-so benign me it was almost like dating i had to learn how to be my own friend and just and also recognize that. My friends can't be everything to me. They need to go have their own friends and their own lives and everything. And as i've gotten more used to that and you know i'm definitely used to it now. It's easier for me to to not to not feel a certain type of way. If i haven't heard from someone in a month or if they miss a certain occasion i'm not putting so much pressure on them because the truth is all of us are overwhelmed and busy. And i'm like i'm like i work are talking to be better. 'cause i might the light light tights kaya later and then fall asleep. Come over and you're like titties. Not here my mother girl. I was home washing videos But yeah it's only happened twice and it in one of my colleagues like best friend. Who was it was bad. Just because i think she even realize like yeah. I think i probably was pretty bullying to tiffany. Cause remember i told you had that really bad habit of having the bully friend where like i was vulnerable to the to but in a way that was basically like hey you can run all over me. I'm available for you. Walk me and like a sign on. And so i had to learn to be like That's not okay. But now i have to look and i look at my friendships now. And i'm like hoof literally everyone in my inner circle and even like like like there's like inner inner than like a little bit around like literally look at like five circles out in. It's not because of the person really. Because i have decided like no tiffany. You are deserving of people not mistreating you and like you know you're deserving of like not being being run all over you know and also too. I know how to speak up when someone does something wrong. Because sometimes what's happened. Not even i can't say it's. It's not ever wall one person's fault when a french breaks up. I can look back and say you never said anything. And now that it's twenty thousand years later you're saying something but it's a blow but it's not so much responsibility to know that that's something that you don't like and so now they're carrying the weight of ten years of silence and you're like so you know so i can take ownership and be like okay so as a result now. My friendships are better. Not because these people are better. It's also because. I am better at showing up. And being like hey. I didn't like that or that hurt my feelings. I didn't appreciate that. So making a way for france to adjust and be like. Oh okay girl. My dad won't won't do that again. Giving people the opportunity to grow and so that feels like better beer just up lately. I was like what does something in a water friends. Call me like girl we woke up. I'm like you know my fran. I'm like oh what happens. You know and so i'm like you know i don't know if it's just like this kind of transition to the next level of grown this you know every every decade. I'm forty maybe.

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Capitol Police officer killed in car attack

NBC Nightly News

01:49 min | 8 months ago

Capitol Police officer killed in car attack

"Is profound sadness. Today's violent death of another capital police officer killed during a confrontation that left another officer injured. A suspect shot to death a tragic and a staggering blow to an agency still traumatized by the loss of their own after the january six attack. Today's horror at the senate entrance to the capitol when a lone man drove his car into the officers and then rammed a security barricade before confronting them with a knife. According to police the driver shot and killed by police later. The fall in officer honored by fellow officers. His body driven away in a police procession. Heli jackson has late details. You can see the aftermath of the deadly attack just steps from the capitol where a suspect rammed that blue car into a barricade about one hundred yards from the senate entrance. Never seen this before a helicopter. Arriving as part of a massive response oh my god. The national guard in formation after police say a suspect identified by four senior law enforcement officials as twenty five year old noah green drove into to capitol police officers and into that roadblock around one this afternoon the head of capital. Police says he jumped out of the car. Holding a knife ignored commands to stop and instead started to run aggressively towards the officers. They opened fire killing the suspect. But not before. Those two officers on scene were hurt and taken to the hospital with acting chief. Yoga pittman soon after visibly emotional as she revealed this devastating news. It is with a very very heavy heart. That i out. One of our officers have succumb to his

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Capitol Police officer, suspect dead after driving into barrier: What we know

NBC Nightly News

01:49 min | 8 months ago

Capitol Police officer, suspect dead after driving into barrier: What we know

"Is profound sadness. Today's violent death of another capital police officer killed during a confrontation that left another officer injured. A suspect shot to death a tragic and a staggering blow to an agency still traumatized by the loss of their own after the january six attack. Today's horror at the senate entrance to the capitol when a lone man drove his car into the officers and then rammed a security barricade before confronting them with a knife. According to police the driver shot and killed by police later. The fall in officer honored by fellow officers. His body driven away in a police procession. Heli jackson has late details. You can see the aftermath of the deadly attack just steps from the capitol where a suspect rammed that blue car into a barricade about one hundred yards from the senate entrance. Never seen this before a helicopter. Arriving as part of a massive response oh my god. The national guard in formation after police say a suspect identified by four senior law enforcement officials as twenty five year old noah green drove into to capitol police officers and into that roadblock around one this afternoon the head of capital. Police says he jumped out of the car. Holding a knife ignored commands to stop and instead started to run aggressively towards the officers. They opened fire killing the suspect. But not before. Those two officers on scene were hurt and taken to the hospital with acting chief. Yoga pittman soon after visibly emotional as she revealed this devastating news. It is with a very very heavy heart. That i out. One of our officers have succumb to his

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"heli" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"heli" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We just passed. That was the lights are. Is that unusual la home. She probably going down to the corner store. Heli washed it dog every night about this time. And he s mack drug. Yes.

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"heli" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"heli" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Your the conservative lungs and lead you to love a pulmonary and embolism, the liberal which who needs could cause chest some pain truth. or discomfort or difficulty I'm also retired breathing United States Army and colonel be deadly. and a Your new symptoms to trial could lawyer mean something and I serious, am so excited so don't to be wait. here Talk to a talking doctor right about away Baker Mayfield by phone for online the next three hours. or in person I don't brought know who to you Baker by Bristol Mayfield Myers is, Squibb but and Fizer. apparently he's very important to Hugh Hewitt. S Planet. Fitness O. shares You trading lost higher yesterday down here's correspondent and Keith what Peter, despite losing and he lost 70% last night. of its market value I thought the world earlier Series this was year done. is the pandemic Rage. Uh, Gym chain it Planet Fitness is has emerged okay. a big winner, while many And competitors Baker Mayfield have declared plays bankruptcy. the pointy ball game. Not Kind that of fitness round shares the were up round 8% ball game. on Wall What Street the one with that charges pox? members very little but makes No, cancelations that that's that. hard That's the one so on most ice. keep paying, I don't even though they no longer accept work it. It's out. you except it's usually almost That is Keith on ice Peters in Cleveland, reporting Look, China's isn't market regulator that the one yesterday that changed the said name it find of its Alibaba team? Group It's and from the Cleveland Tencent Holdings Indians back to now company to the for cub failing Blank to seek approval Indians before because proceeding they didn't want to with mention some Cleveland. of their acquisitions. Was born in Cincinnati, It also folks, was so launching there's a little a review of a merger of Little the vibe two online there. streaming platforms That's in the also latest the tightening little round of ball controls game is that's over That's the Internet not the point sector of all in that country, the trying to state cricket administration for market regulation No, said that it find Ali it's different. Baba I'm 500,001 Okay. about All $76,000 right. I think we've I breaking bosses. news I and think we've analysis exhausted. at I think town we have, hall dot you com. know, Got the well has got dry on sports ball talk. Let's Curtain talk pulled about back something. now in the newest autonomous Uh, vehicle. Zook's something else. acquired There's a lot this of year stuff by going Amazons on. First of all, unveiled a Attorney four person General robo Bill taxi, Bar is leaving a compact, office multi directional on the 23rd vehicle designed for dense and, urban environments. um Vehicle measures just Thank under you. 12 So in ft. general, Long I about think a he's foot been shorter than a mini Cooper. One There's of no the better steering appointments. wheel, but What it has we've bi had directional capabilities and four When wheel Donald steering, Trump came into office, allowing here's for the better thing. maneuverability. Unlike It's got the a top Bush speed is of 75 he did not miles have this an giant hour, roll and of Dex. it's being Now, if tested you don't know where in a the company's roll index base is, of foster you're City, not California, old, like May as well as On Las the day Vegas before and Christmas, San Francisco. I shall turn 56. Rhonda Rock So star I reporting. remember the age of the role attacks. Now it's the age of what's in my iPhone contact list. But the Bushes came in with a big roll index of people and were able to fill out the staff with folks who had done this before. One of Donald Trump's biggest challenges was doing that he did not bring in. All great people. And we could go down the list. And, of course, Jeff Sessions turned into a giant car wreck. And I like you. I thought he was a brainstorm. At the beginning. I thought that was a great choice. And boy, he just Wow. He just went, But I think Bill Bar was in. Ah, great choice like Robert Robert CEO, Brian Very good friend of the show friend of mine. I think he's been the best national security advisor in decades. If not ever. Why is that I hardly ever here for about him. Yes. Yes. You hardly hear about him. But Bill bars leaving and I I wonder why, And I'm thinking I'm thinking, you know. Remember when you were in college? I have hazy memories of UC San Diego. I used to, uh, you know, sometimes I would get annoyed by my landlord. And I would leave, you know tins of cat food behind the radiator. We're like a fish behind the fridge. If I didn't like him, some kind of leave like a little Ah, Swalwell Ian pungency in the air. And, um Uh, I think we may see the president. Presidents acting attorney General. Do that with a hunter Biden special Counsel Did you just make Eric swallow and adjective? Yes. Swalwell Ian Pungency, which is also the name of my a cappella punk band. Swallow Ellie and pungency. Um, it's actually it's all guest host. I've got Bob France on base and Mark Davis is drums. I'm lead guitar singer songwriter producer So when it anyway, let's we're gonna move on from the anyway. No, I I think it is much more likely that we will see a special prosecutor. On the hunter Biden stuff. Because it be very difficult to fire special prosecutor We know John Durham, who's been investigating some of the fires us that some of the Russia Gate insanity he has special prosecutor Special counsel. Excuse me status. So it's gonna be very hard to fire him. Now. Will that stop Joe Biden's Terry general from doing it? No, because we don't have a media to point it out and say why you can't do that. We have a media to cheerlead. Whatever the liberals want. Liberals were very happy. Last week when the Supreme Court turned down the Texas lawsuit brought by Kim Packs of Texas basically saying, Hey, we're Texas were really upset about how these other states Approached the election. I'm upset, too. I actually went to work for the president in Nevada. I caught Cove in doing so. Have coughed up a lung. In support of election integrity Now, Kurt, Are you saying that irregularities change the election? Well, I will say that I think they do. I saw evidence. I saw systemic problems. I think this election was essentially unfair. That and a dollar will get you a dollar. Unless I can prove it in court. Now yesterday, the electoral College, uh did it's kind of symbolic vote. 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Massachusetts may join effort to prevent US Postal Service cuts

WBZ Midday News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts may join effort to prevent US Postal Service cuts

"Attorney general more Healy says she, along with other state attorneys general might sue the Trump administration when it comes to or Sensational changes at the U. S. Postal Service. The Globe reports and announcement could be made this week, Heli telling the paper that the goal of this potential lawsuit is to remedy What the Trump administration has done so far and to prevent any interference in the future.

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Rotor Focus

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

09:32 min | 1 year ago

Rotor Focus

"Hello and welcome to. Who Aviation Week's check six podcast where this week? We are at the Heli Expo. Twenty twenty conference in Anaheim California I'm Guy I noticed. The senior Serb based in Los Angeles and with me is Mike Hershberg Executive Director of the Vertical Flight Society and Tony Osborne who've courses our London bureau chief and well known rotor heads expert at four so gentlemen thanks very much for for being here Just like to say that sadly of course the start of the show was inevitably overshadowed by the tragic accident last week and which took the life of Basketball legend Kobe Brian. His daughter and several several other people on the S S. Seventy six. That crashed north of La so was a terrible moment And of course it did slightly overshadow the start of the show but and did put some sort of focus perhaps also on safety and the renewed focus. That industry always strives for but because of that accident accidents And because the accident is still being investigated the at this point. There isn't that much we can talk about on the podcast but Just is to say that. Obviously it was a tragic event. And the industry's recognizing that we we. We saw some several of the companies sort of moment silence before the press conferences. And so on. But it hasn't really been overshadowed the event in a way that perhaps we thought it might ride. Just think of one thing. There's a number of safety workshops were done on this past weekend. FAA Administrator and others it it allowed them to highlight safety even more SAFETIES core focus focus of the helicopter industry but is going to be I think a rallying cry to redouble our efforts for the Industry Roy Absolutely Mike and and so moving onto the events of the show itself of course This pretty well. The biggest news that broke in terms of the industry was the surprise acquisition of the Swiss helicopter Copter Company by Leonardo so Tony of course we're in the middle of all of that. Yes it was a real surprise. I mean they had a press conference tonight before they no clues were revealed it was. It was quite a shocker. That the next morning sort of been clearly been bubbling away for a few weeks or even a few months. We'll see aviation. We have been invited out to Sicily the month before. If you've read your most recent edition Asian of the magazine you'll seeing that Doing their flight test and Sisley. But this is a real big deal for Leonardo. It gets them back into the light helicopter market and so finally just got could be awol one nine Koala which is just one the US Navy Pilot training competition partition But now by securing the s eight zero nine. They don't have to develop a new one themselves. They literally bog in it costs. Release something like five hundred million to a billion euros to develop a new helicopter and they've got one for one hundred eighteen million euros essentially that Isabel and was is that a bit of a surprise the promise of all of the aspects of that story the fact that it was such a bargain basement price culture initially been looking for four additional owners had their their owners Lynnwood. They've been funding them for the past decade. I mean we I saw what was then. The Marinko says I helicopter in two thousand eleven and they managed to prove to produce a flying prototype in in four years and there was a lot of skeptics when I showed up here in two thousand eleven even but but since then I've gone from strength to strength. They had had some challenges. I mean they're on prototype free now and that's the one that really seems to be working. And that's the aircraft that seems to have given confidence to investors and in particular not to Leonardo that this might be a viable product. Roy Of course they did exhibit exhibit. Some design changes. Could you just talk about a few of those. Yes so we. We saw some changes to the upper. cowlings this is essentially a single engine helicopter POW by Honeywell H. E. S. nine hundred engine so two point eight five metric ton aircraft. So they've essentially made some changes to the top of the aircraft after justice of the aero-dynamics to better ride smooth ride which is something that they want. They want to try and get a smooth ride as possible because they wanted to make it easier. Easier to develop an autopilot which will then give them a single engined insurance rules and capability Rydin and Mike. Did you get a chance to go and see it on the exhibit floor. Aw I did Now also visited them at their headquarters at secon Switzerland last month and I was really impressed really by the team So they've hired a lot of X Airbus and Leonardo Bell really from from everywhere and they've really changed the the the makeup of the team that it's instead of being a Swiss helicopter using Swiss suppliers is a global helicopter using global talent and global suppliers so I think think That the new road ahead the new the the The new prototypes. That are flying. I think they've really turned the corner in the last year and obviously their her Their new owners saw that as well pretty important to remember as well. This is going to remain an autonomous unit. Going to be separate of Leonardo this is pretty. The more crucial aspects is that Copter wants to try and remain small in quite agile and speedy so Hopefully away away from the Bam off. The Leonardo it can still develop an bringing new technologies pretty rapidly. Leonardo management of talked about the copter being used as a as as a testbed for hybrid technologies for electric propulsion. And so on so the next steps should be interesting and with the backing of a big group that should help push sales els change the supply chain. It could be a game changer. For for the copter draft and Well of course talking game changers and the segue potentially into the electric field Although there weren't as many e veto type concepts here this year the with the the bell nexus showing up at last year's event There was of course still some activity and Mike. You're you're leading the charge really and telling the world about the veto revelation. You came up with some startling. earthling statistics To open the show with the could you tell us a bit more. About how many numbers of of new entrance right so the vertical society's been tracking EV development since two thousand thirteen timeframe we had our first workshop in two thousand fourteen so this past week or the week before the show. We had our our seventh annual electric. Vitale symposium So we've been tracking things closely and we have a website that tracks the all the developments the aircraft so the beginning of the week we had two hundred fifty two different concepts listed By the end of the week we'll have a few more as more things of have have come to light But yeah it's That tracks everything you know. Let's see later this area so not all of those are really be likely to end up on a product right But yeah almost two hundred companies or or inventors are looking at this base and didn't do say that it's the if you average out the rate at which they've been added added they seem to be coming out of the woodwork about two two per week to March one hundred year so every January two fifty. Now it's one hundred and fifty last year about fifty the year before so it's It's almost like a mass hysteria where everybody is so excited. Needed about The potential of electric vitale. That anybody who has this idea starts to design something or maybe even flies a drone or something subscale but It's really much more complicated than that and You really have a really holistic view of of an airspace. product development because safety is really key and understand system. Safety Design is really Was GonNA make a viable product right and of course. We did talk to a few of the company's traditional national helicopter companies like instrum for example who've Just told us that. They're talking to some veto manufacturers about being able to provide production facility or at least a way of certifying and even Helping them through to the reality of of the of producing the defying an aircraft or at least in a veto vehicle right. So they're really exciting. Thing about electric vitale is. There's a lot of investment money coming in from Silicon Valley another millionaires or other investors which is fantastic to have all this new money coming into aerospace defense money or or big. Oem Money so it's it's new money so they have a lot of really exciting innovative ideas but they don't necessarily know how to certified aircraft or aircraft production facilities so companies like instrument and others. 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"heli" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"heli" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"But I'm about to go through and do a kind of a little bit of a structural rework of it But Yeah it's been really fun to write in prose 'cause you know when you're writing like that you feel like you can kinda just you can free wheel a little bit here and there and explore stuff that you don't always get to explore other formats of writing a publication lined up terrific idea when this will be kind of just kept to myself. I haven't really told many people about it until now it's been secret. Just it's it's not. It's not that I don't have to tell anybody ever done it. But it's just one of these projects that kind of just flows when you're writing really excited about it. So yeah I'm I'm hoping to To get back on that horse that now that we're black the next chapter is out and Yeah that's kind of the next thing I'm working on going back to something that touches back to my roots and has a lot of of Miana and if people want to keep up with what. You're doing the website or online presence. Where can they can refined you? You can find me on twitter at Halle Kennedy. Hei K. E. N. N. E. D. Y. or instagram on there too But Yeah I'm on twitter so reach out if if you like Yeah okay. Hopefully people will do that. So thanks so much for for being on the world shapers. Elliott's been then a fun conversation. Thank you so much for having me and good luck with the novel. Thanks bye for now. Thanks again. To how the Kennedy for my guest on this episode of the world shapers. That was a great chat. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did Just reminder that the world.

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The Worldshapers

14:21 min | 2 years ago

"heli" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"End a another clone bath child's when we see a child's Commit suicide so I rewrote. The series is based on that and then I pitched a third comic series and I started writing that Called crazy science. That continued the story of Now this will be big spoiler. Maybe I won't say everything continues at the Where they leave off at the end of the series at the end of season five So I continued the show's plot hotline through the comics than we didn't get to finish that series unfortunately began so I started with that And then I was referred to a publishing company in New York cereal box who had been in communication with The production company that produced you stone or from black and I was referred as a consultant because at that time the showed been over for just almost Mr Year just under a year I believe and they were looking for somebody who knew the content really really well and could help with the pitches that they were taking in for their book series that they wanted to do and they Brought me on as a straight consultant writer. The the very initial connection with the orphan. Black Rob you say you loved this series. And did you like for the Helsinki. Did you pitch that to. Somebody was the cold and said I'd like to write this or how did that. So I knew I knew touchdown. Emma's Lonnie Prior to her a Acting on orphan black. Because like you said it's a really small community in Toronto Canada a whole And I also went to a film program. Graham appear for writers directors producers and editors called the Canadian Film Centre and a lot of the writers and the to the show's creators. This John Fawcett and Graham Manson actually also went to the same center so I knew them as alum because the alarm Kinda gets around. And you start to meet everybody 'cause small and everyone's sounds very interconnected And I knew many writers in the room like Auburn Neilan and and I kinda reached out and started chatting with them and The Comic Book Series Health We Was a pitch. I believe that John Ingraham. Maybe it was John Fawcett Wanted wanted to. They wanted a series based on a back story that they had for a bunch of European clones who died when they were teenagers but took place for long before the story started for the TV series So they thought a comic would be a good way to explore that and they were looking for a comic book writer writer for the series and I w the publisher WHO's down in San Diego? The editor there was reaching out and they let me know. So I admit at this editor of the year before at Comecon so I kinda through a bunch of my material and hoped he would who reach out to me and And then he reached out and I ended up getting the gag and it was really good because I could you know I was in Toronto I I was a local writer that was close to the show. I could go into the writer's room and ask what was going on so that I could write this back story which ended up having many many threads that came into the fourth season of the show. I believe it was the fourth season a where we introduced a new clone. That tap played but it actually got published first in the comic book. So that's how I kind of started working with The orphan black franchise franchise now is the current one that you're working on. I what I'm unclear on his. How many actual sure books have there been as opposed to the comics? You're working on one now where there's some before that I haven't been clear on that way. Okay so with the e books It's we write them episodically. It's kind of structured leg a ten episode season of TV so there are ten books all all written by different writers. We are writing room where we brought up inch freighters together and we broke story down in a room in New York and and then we all went away. Because we're all scattered across North America and we all Doing Clone Clubs skype calls to talk to reach other about plot breaking story beyond that and we came up with ten books that we own so I believe at the time of this recording today day. The last book has just come out and said when that you wrote I wrote episode six which was called episode. Six was soren. Unlike 'cause I brought it so long ago I might need a couple of minutes here to find that and I also we also ended up reading a lot of the other books as well Which essentially we he gave notes on each other's work? And we you know we tried to Kinda like track all the plotlines So this is why. I'm trying trying to remember what the name of my episode was. We can't just call it episode. Six of no. I believe I have it. Sorry about that. A semi episode was episode. Six in that entitled what a living world will demand note as so without giving Too much noise spoilers. Can you sort of explain what happens over the course of these ten in books or at least give some idea where this it does it follow right after the conclusion of the series. Is that what happens now. It doesn't so it picks up a about eight years years after the end of the series so all of the clones that are still alive. I won't mention a few but I won't. I won't give away It all if you haven't yet seen the TV show but It picks up eight years after the end of the series and we follow. Hello Cosima Niehaus and Delfin cormier from the series and they're living their life together We have Kira Manning which ceremonies daughter. And she's now in her late teens And we explore her life And Charlotte another younger a younger cloned from another generation of clones WHO's also the same ages Kira and we follow them as they are living out their lives lives and the story begins when Semen E. House who's seeking out new opportunities in life professionally because she's left the academic academic realm or trying madly to get out into Genetics and work in a larger way in her field. A she discovers that the clones identity which they've kept secret all these years May Be in jeopardy because somebody potentially knows that they exist. After Diet the big corporation that had controlled the clones had dissolved in disappeared. And they had this sense sense of security there now thrown back into turmoil at being exposed and potentially manipulated because of their genetic genetic identity. That sounds exciting. Yes and we have a new clone to the first episode starts with the brand new clone WHO has a very exciting job? Very unique job and She's a very complex interesting character And she was really really really a great character to write for Because we got to push the clone identity into a job that involves a more global political walk of life. I'm interested in the process This this this podcast is all about the creative process. This is a very different process with a writer's room throwing ideas around and coming up with ideas jointly So you know usually at this point I asked where you know more or less. It's a cliche but where do you get your ideas It sounds like there were a bunch of you working on ideas at at the same time. Yeah we had a a great room of writers I think I felt really privileged to work with them Malcolm the older ones are show runner. Essentially it was her pitch that ended up becoming orphan. Black the next chapter and she has a background background in well. She has a doctorate in ethics particularly within the realm of science and socially so that was really that it was really great to work with her because she brought that entire aspect of orphan black. And that's a big part of the TV series is the ethics around genetic since science. Instant using human beings in experiments So she brought that to the table on. I've always felt like I learned a lot from her. Getting her insight on what she thought we could do with with that angle. The story we had Madeleine. Ashby who is a novelist end futurist and she's flown around in the world to consult on science and in the future of technology and she's she always had Frightening frightening stories group into under the table about where technology could go or or kind of viewpoint was extremely interesting so tons to learn their we. ADC Myers than Eugene is incredibly funny person with an extremely Grounded sense of humor and he brought a lot of insight to certain characters. There's he writes in Wa and we had a kind of a teen component to our story with Kierra and Charlotte and then we had also awhile. Michelle Baker who as a writer she was she comes from kind of urban fantasy and she creates very emotionally grounded. Complex in deep characters in that is also another huge touchstone for the orphan. Black Universe are these layered characters particularly the women that TAT. I played you know So that was huge and then Lindsay Smith our final writer That that was in our group she comes. She's a novelist as well and and she has a background in. I don't know exactly what her job is. WHO WANNA say? She's she's definitely our tech expert. I think she's a hacker she he you know we have a lot of technology That we touch on in terms of computer science So she was kind of filling that angle for us. And we deal with a lot of kind of clandestine jobs and jobs working for intelligence agents agencies. So she was. She knew something about that as well so there was no shortage of ideas. I think at one point I would say we had too many idea to say it. Sounds like it'd be difficult to to pare down to one storyline. Yeah exactly we had so many options for certain storylines and then eventually actually you know you just hack through weeded out And what's kind of. It's it's a blessing and a curse. But when you're writing not for the screen but for pros for books or or whatnot you have like less limitations in terms of you know sure we had a page count of Lick of word count. We had to adhere to but We didn't have a budget or you know how many actors have or how many people have in a senior how many clones owns. We could have in a scene so we kind of do anything we wanted. If we wanted to take the show to to Paris we could have. We could have done any number of things so it it gets. It gets tricky sometimes to pair it down so when you took your segment away to work on what exactly did you have in front of the way of notes. In what were you working from We had done kind of We did We broke a kind of rough season are outlined that had the ark when we roll in New York together and we ended up having basically rough tent poles per episode so of what we knew we wanted to happen for the season. So we don't have details and we didn't have maybe all of our our kind of logic nick and minute character motivations Broken out or completely hammered out rather But we did know no in a general way all the big moments earn how we were going to work them in and kind of spit bald and rift on ideas in the room so we came away with a flavor of certain scenes. Is that we knew. We wanted to APP in the series and and kind of moments that we really thought were valuable for the tone of the show or for entertainment value or for plot and thematic and dramatic statements in themes So when I sat down I had kind of have I would say like five six seven big moments that I knew had happened in my episode and I went to work and tried to string them together and create scenes to build doc that into an outline. And then we send outlines around allred and had discussions and skype calls where we all were all on split screens means talking to each other and then I just kept refining the outline and we went through an approval process with the With Temple Street boat rocker media..

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"heli" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

14:13 min | 2 years ago

"heli" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"But he wrote a cold read work and it was set in the neighborhood that I grew up in or so it seemed because it held many of the same elements same park and a movie theater later that used to exist on the main street in my neighborhood. end it was about alchemy so it had a kind of you know this other worldly fantasy aspect to it But it also felt really grounded because I can relate to because it was set in my city and Yeah that that heavily influenced me too. We had a lot of mystery was dark Yeah yeah that. That book stuck with me a lot of things that I read along with Tolkien with the Hobbit in particular. You're the stuff that I think informed me. The most happened probably in the first ten years. If I go back to really think about you know well what do I like to read about him. And what are the topics. I gravitate towards the genres it. It was really those first ten years. I think you mentioned in that. You became more focused on filmmaking I'm curious what kind of equipment were you using in high school. I don't know it's you've you've you're younger than I am so when I think back to when I was in high school there was absolutely no possibility that any of us are going to be doing that. Unless it was with a super Film camera but what were you doing using to make short films and in that time. Well when I first started I think it was eleven eleven or something like that and we had a kind of a scoring we just a camcorder or VHS camcorder and we would record and then Kinda edit with the VCR VCR kind of style editing So it wasn't you know really high quality in the beginning it was an onboard bike. Mike and and we were always kind of disappointed with created because we are really high standards for what we wanted to make and we just couldn't move down but later in high school. I had a friend that I was making foams within T- had on xl one so that was like a camera that was a mini. DV camera the time. It was made by Canon and We could connect the boom mic to it so we could have a a nicer microphone and it shot it. Was You know for Indie Film. Making it was not it. Wasn't it was like a Pro Sumer Camera I would say wasn't like throw with an like You you'RE GONNA get film film quality out of it but you could do. You could shoot pretty well with it. And so that's what we started to use later on. the friend had one and he had saved up in high school and he shot feature film in high school with it and it traveled the festival circuit So yeah we're using using something. That was pretty decent in the editing final cut pro on a laptop because by that time Though everything was still there was an analog element you could convert to the digital files by plugging the camera into your laptop and importing footage. So they're the we had the ability to do way more with Steph at home than ever before it's now kids can just shoot on iphones and at light onto a youtube and they have you know. Videos does videos in channels that are filled with content back then it took a little more time but I it was kind of the beginning of that era where you could just make videos at home home and readily like you know. Put them on a computer and send them out over over. The Internet in a compressed file or whatnot edgy writing the scripts for these short films. automaking at the time. Yeah some I did right And some of them. I A kind of story edited and produced and acted acted in some of them as well And I wrote funding packages for some of them But yeah it was kind of it was kind of a wear all the half situation with Indie film making you know we had a lot of friends. We were all in kind of art. Schools are alternative schools. Filled with kids with different skill sets 'cause we were given the opportunity to focus on specific skill sets so we have friends. Who could sound edit and musician friends who could score it so it was really kind of how how learning to work with other people really specialized skills even at that age unknown also like figuring out on my guy like how do I how do I are sync up southbound announed and and how do how do you run a set so that you get all your shots in a day? How does lighting work? So I kinda did a law of A Ah many of the jobs that you'd find on a on a on a film set in a strange Inoue. It sounds like a great to experience for her learning skills that you'd be able to translate into professional career later which I guess is what you did. Yeah exactly I think that if I hadn't If I hadn't just jumped into it and force myself to try and figure all of it out and learned and have done all those jobs I I don't think on these projects. I don't think I would have built the skill set. I went to school. I did a post Grad for one year At Sheridan in college it's College in Ontario. They had really good equipment at the time where After I've been making films I went there. And we kind of got the opportunity you to work with a bigger group of people and run it run our projects as though we were on professional sat and it was that was also really good experience because it was completely completely hands on and everything we did We had to run like a union sat so then expanded my knowledge inability to doc figure out how to build a film and and actually achieve your day product actually know a lot of kids who went to Sheridan because the aforementioned I mentioned to class young people's theatre that's a place where many of those kids go to study musical theater. I think there's some there's some there right now who were classmates at my daughter. Churn so they have a great musical theater program. It's a many of their students. Go on to book really big roles in Oh plays in the city here. That's a fun thing about knowing people in theater and film in Canada and that you know I'm watching the expanse it says he's in three. I think it was. And there's this familiar looking Martian marine and. I thought wait a minute. I saw her when she was a kid doing musical theater the editor because he was from China and she's gotten she's in Toronto now making TV. So you know people in the business up here and it's not a huge huge pool of people so you you start to see people that you know in shows that you did some acting as well did you. Not I did a little bit of acting Mainly in some of my indy staff few commercials on in small projects. Here and there And I initially. I started acting because we need people to act in our films that we were making And then later I kinda really got I was bitten by the bug and I also felt that. It really enriched my my writing reading. I started to see a change in the way I approached scenes as a writer Learning what actors needed or didn't need read on the page in terms of building a scene with the I took away a lot from acting class that way and then I did a little bit of directing directed a couple small shorts end. I learned a lot. I had a founded a lot easier to talk to actors because I had been doing it and I could sort of try hi to put myself in their place and figure out where the roadblocks were and what we were trying to do so I thought it was an invaluable experience for for making an writing as a whole and that's when I brought it up I ask I mostly talking to a novelist and but there's quite a few that I've talked to WHO Have a little bit of theatrical background or a lot of theatrical background at some case as do I 'cause I'm you know I'm an equity actor and I've done both professional and and shows just just refund to have done a lot of and I always find that the process of acting and creating a character is very similar to the process of of creating a character when you're writing and that's that's one thing that I think pretty much everybody. I've talked to his agreed that acting inhabiting a character in that fashion informs. They're writing when they're trying to create the character on the page. Yeah I totally agree with that I think no just sitting down and you know when you're working on other people's Ip our other franchises your throne characters that are maybe not necessarily something then you would immediately generate yourself in plug into a story which is extremely valuable to when you're growing the writer and and and to push yourself result forward in your skill set But when I get thrown a character that I I just I'm like oh my gosh how going to write this character. I go through the motions of what I would do. If I was given scenes in class and I had to inhabit the skin of someone very very different from me so I try to draw myself as much as I can look the other people that I know build on characters using what I learned in class and I would think that the I mean. I've directed some stage shows. And I find that that helps too and I would think directing Phil might be even more helpful when it comes to visualizing scenes in your head when you're writing for example the orphaned black book. I will talk about a more detailed that that sort of sense of where everybody is and in the visual appearance of of what you're trying to convey the does that also play into drew. Yeah definitely A right now I'm writing For a video games studio UBISOFT. Manama I'm on my second doc. And a big kind of AAA game with them and it's all screenwriting and that's all blocking and it's very specific to environments because it's animated So I think a lot in shots and blocking and positioning in in logic of you know well how will this scene play out literally physically in a space and I think that yet filmmaking definitely stink like that when you write a script But I was writing comics as well for orphan. Black Black and That was a lot. There was a lot of kind of I would say it felt like Directing a bit when you're writing You feel like you're a phone maker with all the money in the world and no money at all because it's very limited age and and how many of them. How many cells you have on each page? You know how many images you're gonNA put in there and how are you going to use your edits every time you turn a page felt like an edit So yeah I thought a lot in terms of shots shots that way and tried to really economize With editing in my mind. That's definitely like a muscle that takes a while to build and I'm still building it. You know still learn. Every time I read a scene I learned something new about you. Know what succeeds or doesn't succeed in But yeah I would say it's invaluable In terms of writing and also we have to think in limited edits or timeframes like you ninety seconds to do a scene or three minutes or ten minutes. you it pushes you to get in and out faster and get really the creative at how you can get to the heart of what needs to happen and how you can keep it compelling in that small window of time My like the the fact that you referred to as a muscle that you have to work on because that's actually a metaphor. I use all the time when I'm I'm currently writer in residence at the Saskatoon public libraries. I'm meeting with a lot of WANNA be writers. We're starting up writers who come in and and I'll say you know you just have to write that the re the act of writing is like exercising or practicing figures. Here's your figure skater or anything you want to be good at the very act of doing it is the practice you need to build that muscle and and writing is no different. Yeah that's that's that's completely true and I'd say that's probably true The Arts in general I used to draw a lot as a kid and and I draw a fantasy maps and paint oil painted and sketched stopped since I made the decision to pursue writing and so making being and acting bit as a career and now I'm getting back into a and I'm I'm definitely shaky I've lost. I've literally lost muscle memory in my my hand but it's this mind body connection that you have to keep going and I would say writing is the same acting is definitely the same. You have an audition for a while and get thrown an audition feel you feel. The Rust flaking off. Playing an instrument is the same for sure I used to. I played piano lot. Haven't played it much in the last few years and whenever I sit down to play now it's like I kind of remember how to do this. Yeah it's the same thing I wanted to talk about We've already mentioned it of course orphan black. So how did you fall into doing a new material for for black. I guess you started with the comic or from by Kaczynski was at the first thing that you do the first one was housing and then I pitched in did a comic series series called deviations which was a alternate universe a comic series in which Beth child's a clone that you see in the first five minutes so this is only a minor spoiler ten reminder very minor in key labs The beginning of the series starts on A one clone Sarah Manning.

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"heli" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

12:36 min | 2 years ago

"heli" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"Welcome to another episode of the world shapers. I'm your host Edward. I started this podcast right talk with science fiction and fantasy authors about their creative process. Because I myself at author of Science Fiction and fantasy some twenty novels and Short Story Collection Uneven poetry book so and a lot of nonfiction as well I write a lot of nonfiction to my latest book is called Master of the world. It's book to in my series. He's world-shapers from dot books. And yes it's no coincidence that it has the same name as this podcast. They started at about the same time. book one was called world. Shaper book to as I said is master of the World and book three the movement world will be out this fall. September twenty twenty Assuming I get it turned in which should happen happen within a very few days of when you When this episode goes live The whole premise of world shaper also kind of ties into the premise of the podcast. In that world-shapers shapers. The book series is built around the idea that there's this labyrinth of shaped worlds and that the people who shaped those worlds live inside them so it's very much like like authors living inside their own novels My Main Character Shawna keys lives in a world that is very much like our. She thinks it's the only world there is but then in horrible things start happening and a mysterious stranger shows up and tells her that she in fact shaped the world. Although for some reason she doesn't remember doing it. And that this adversary who senator senator world in his already started doing horrible things has already stolen the knowledge of the making the world trump. Her by by touching during an attack and She she cannot save her world but she might have the power because she's shown some very powerful shaping ability even though she didn't know she had it she might have the power to save all of the worlds of the labyrinth from. I'm this adversary. So that's the set up. The first world takes them Largely running across her version of our world and it's changing around her and she can change Asia too because it's a shaped world so that that adds for some excitement and The second book she gets into the Second World in the labyrinth that she's going to try to save and its master of the world. It's a world inspired by Jules Verne. So it's full of Oh submarines and a strange flying machines and floating islands all sorts of good steam punky stuff so that's master of the world. It's out now in trade paperback. It'll be out in mass market paperback summer. Then as I said the third book is the Moonlit World which will be out this fall and it set in a world that Well for a long time. The working title in my head was Where Wills Vampires in peasants? Oh my so it's is that kind of world you can find out about these books At my website Edward Willett DOT com. That's two TS on. We'll W. I L. L. E. T. T. dot com and and Yeah you can find out everything that I'm up to in the writing field if you went to visit my website the world shapers. PODCAST is part of the Scotsman. PODCAST network were supported. Supported by Connects his credit union. Always like to get that plug in there and I also want to mention a couple of other things coming up connected to the PODCAST. I hope to make happen. I've mentioned it before and I haven't quite pulled the trigger yet but There should be in the not too distant future. A kickstarter aimed at getting the funds together to put out an anthology policy of work by some of my guests in the first year of this podcast and some of the people who've said they would be going to take part include Sean Maguire and Tanya Huff John Skull Z.. Will offer a reprint. He says Christopher Rocky Oh has already sent me a story so Yeah there's lots of great offers on the list of contributors to that possible anthology and I will certainly keep you posted here. Once that goes news. Live and something else I'm working on is a nonfiction book. which will draw some of the writing advice that I've gathered from my guests on this podcast? Put it together into nonfiction book for him again. That focus on the. I guess because I hope to continue to do this on an annual basis with these books and that Should hopefully get pulled together together in the next few months as well so two things coming up that you might enjoy if you enjoy the world. SHAPERS podcast. I think that covers everything I need to talk about right off the bat so it's time to get onto this episode's guest healthy Kennedy Kennedy has authored multiple Comic Book Series for the critically acclaimed claimed. TV show orphan black including an alternate universe plotline which reimagined the first season of the show also a screenwriter. She has written produced acted award winning short films that are screened around the world. Her latest work includes consulting and writing on orphan. Black the next chapter a cereal box book series that continues the Clone Saga through print to audiobooks. Read by the shows start at Tiananmen Johnny. She's currently riding on an unannounced project for ubisoft where she also wrote on the upcoming play as anyone game watchdogs vision and leaning into her fantasy. Genre nerdiness hell the is working on a novel entitled the Penny Scout Count so welcome to the world shapers Halley. Thanks for having me on This'll be interesting now. I always like to start off by figuring out what I have in in common with whomever I'm speaking with an oddly enough we we have an odd connection that we're GONNA be talking about your work on or black the next chapter and you've also done some work on orphan black comics before that abut orphan black. The next chapter is being narrated by touch as lanny of course who starred in Orphan Black and I've known tat since she was a little girl. So there's an odd connection for. Wow that's Kinda wild you said that you had taught her and directed her. Why didn't exactly teacher but she was in There's there's a young people's theatre group here called Class Young People's theatre That she was a member of in when she was eleven. I think it was ninety. s I should say that. Probably I'll be giveaway at age nineteen ninety-seven because it's the year I got married and I would directed a production of Snow White and the seven dwarfs in which all the dwarves replayed lead by little girls with beards and TAT was one of your membership were furious. They weren't the usual Disney doors. It was they had all different names so I don't remember with that at all. I cast my newlywed wife. As the evil queen which I thought was a rather brave choice on my part white wave actually right of course. My joke recently has been if I'd known then what I know. Now that Tathiana could've played all seven dwarfs Iran. You could have had a really unique play on your the hands. So I'm going to start by taking you back into the mists of time and I always say that and see how you I got interested in telling stories I saw an interview with you that when you're about seven years old you started a creating your own stories based on token soaking so. Is that kind of when you got going. And how did that all come about and where. Where were you growing up for that matter? I grew up in downtown Toronto in Canada and and Yeah I started writing when I was six. It started with Nancy drew. I was really into kind of the creepy strange story. That's what I saw as the storylines in Nancy drew when I was six years old and it was also really into Star Trek and I thought it'd be really neat to combine the two things. Yeah it's a little bit of genre. Masha and so. I started rewriting. Nancy drew books with a kind of SCIFI elements. So I would have her. You know finding a secret passageway and a hidden door that would lead her to another dimension. Where strange aliens giant eyeballs? I ball's it was pretty surrealistic. I have to say But Yeah I started writing those and it really came from this sense when I was at school that you know writing was something that was you know an impossible a thing to do. You know I would see kids older than I was writing being pages like fool Scott full of like story just pages and pages of story and I was really impressed by it and daunted and thought. I couldn't do it so I kind kind of threw myself at it to try and do it. And I've been writing ever since and I when I was seven. I was writing picture books for my class. And reading being them and a kind of spent the whole year writing books for my classmates and ahead what I thought was a small publishing company at the time And then I I got into Tolkien and started writing. Alternate storylines set in the in middle earth. Cetin the tokens fiction Because a really really enjoyed it and Connected with some of the themes and I wanted more female characters. So Oh my best friend. And I created storylines with more female characters and then it Kinda from their morphed into I was really into collecting old old movie. Memorabilia as I grew up. Two things from the thirties and forties and fifties and It got me into filmmaking. And I started to to make films with my friend and she and I kept working on story lines in brought it into new. We start to develop filmmaking filmmaking skills I guess I was getting grant money to make foams I think like right after high school and I just kept going you. You've mentioned a token Nancy drew. Were there other books that were kind of important to you that that got you hooked on telling stories. Yes yes they start out as readers so yeah exactly There was a book called something from nothing. It's a picture book an IT. I think my second grade teacher read it to the class and it really impacted me because it's a story story about. I think it's about a little boy in his blanket. And A in the end he ends up making something out of the blanket when it wears down to a tiny square. Now I could be completely miss remembering this but wears down into a tiny square because it comes ready and then he makes something new out of it and he makes something thinks seemingly from nothing It's a story about him and his grandfather. I think and I think the message of creating something at a nothing and having a profound impacts by creating something out of nothing that was positive and could connect with someone else that really hit me and That book influenced me a lot because yes I think writing is largely about creating seemingly something out of nothing. I mean. It's not nothing. No you knew you use your experiences and people you meet end and ideas and what's going on in the world around you to form stories but it's something that you can just create no matter what you have if you don't have anything else like filmmaking. Inexpensive medium Lot of collaboration time and money staying with video games. Which is why I'm working right now? But writing alone With was something that felt fulfilling. Because I could really build off of things I could pull from the ether and then connect with people over a story. I wrote So that it was really impactful. Remain it's interesting that you mentioned a book like that because I don't remember a lot of the books I read as a as a small reader reader but one that always stuck with me was harold and the Purple Crayon. I think it's yeah. Remember that he would draw things in again creating dating things out of nothing with his purple Crayon. And I hadn't thought about that for a while but when you're mentioning this other book that sort of had that same idea that was one that captured my interest early on maybe that was was a A foreshadowing of becoming a writer later in life. I don't know yet. I think that the books that we'd be really young have a lot a huge impact on us than it. It took me years to really remember that that book in particular can make that connection it Kinda just came back one day in the last five six years I started started to really think about it and realized I take in more from that story than I had. You know. Really give it credit for until later in life and There was another Canadian author. Thank yous in Toronto Michael Bavard and I. Maybe I didn't pronounce last name properly on..

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What Happened on Horton Road?

True Crime Brewery

13:47 min | 2 years ago

What Happened on Horton Road?

"Well come to true crime brewery. I'm Jill and on Dick Kellyanne. Tennis was just two days shy of her fourteenth birthday when she disappeared in her own neighborhood in nineteen eighty nine in the days. That followed children's stopped playing hang outside terrified. Neighbors began a harassment campaign of the Gallup family. A family whose two sons had become suspects. The Gallup poll appeared like any other well-maintained suburban home on the outside but what police found inside was shocking. This story shows us how we don't know our neighbors as well as we think we do. And how secrets inside of a family can fester and proliferate infecting others. Join us at the quiet and today for what happened on Horton road a troubling and Morbid case of two families one suburban neighborhood and one unforgettable unforgettable crime so I picked a beer actually from UTICA to New York Beer. This is from that brewing company in UTICA IT SARANAC black forest black beer it's German shephard spear charts means black in German so a black beer dark brown nice thick coffee colored ahead a nice aroma roasted ransom light. hops taste just like you think would from the nose Selena thin and gotta be honest a little nondescript the script so it's not that great a beer but it's okay nicely drinkable okay. Does the trick does does the trick and never tried it. So why. Don't we opened up and give it a try Yasushi. Thank all right Dick. Follow me down to the quiet with head on down. Why don't you go ahead and start our story okay? Yeah this doesn't seem to be too much going on around her. I think it's post Thanksgiving. Let Down Sheriff. Though on we go thirteen year old Kelly. Antennas lived on Long Island in the town of Valley Stream. She lived with appearance Victoria and Richard and her younger brother Richie in a middle class suburban neighborhood on Horton road. There is just nineteen houses houses and Horton road. Some were Cape Cod style. Homes some larger homes of red brick wall with neatly manicured lawns. Horton road is a neighborhood of families with children building for the most part mixture professionals small business owners blue-collar workers there are certainly wasn't allowed to do in valley stream. There was an ice rink and a pizza parlor. Kelly was a good skater and the ice rink was one of her favorite places to hang out before March. Third Nineteen Eighty Nine Horton road. Residence shared a sense of community. They had a block party on Labor Day. The fourth of July in Halloween each year. It was a good way to let the kids. Kids have fun while keeping an eye on them. At the same time everyone knew one another at least peripherally and parents felt safe letting the kids walk to and from each other's houses to play but March third nineteen eighty nine marked the end of tranquility and peace. On Horton road. Life would never be the same for the people who lived there for as long as they lived. They would remember the day when Kelly. Antennas didn't come home and the lives of two families would be destroyed. Kelly did go to school that day. Her father picked her up after school and dropped her at her home as he did most days and on the ride home. Kelly asked asked for permission to go to the ice rink with friends butter. Dad Said No. She needed to babysit her eight-year-old brother Richie until her mom got home from work now the tennis house was full and you could even say as a little bit on the crowded side had belonged to Kelly's grandparents now they were elderly and they continued. I live in the House with the family now. In this particular day the grandfather was in the hospital dying after a long battle with cancer. So this couple had purchased the the house in the late sixties. Mira certainly well known to all the neighbors he a lot of the neighbors there had been there a long time for generations. Kelly's at least Richard was a big guy in his late thirties. He ran a business repairing cars victorious auto repairs named after his wife made a decent living for him and Victoria worked to of course she worked at a local physician's office. Heli helped a lot at home with her grandmother. Her little brother entered dog ugh brutus. She rarely had friends to the house but she did have a lot of friends and she saw them in their homes and also at the ice rink. According to Kelly's friends she rarely complained about her crowded house or the extra responsibilities that she had there she really loved her family and just saw it as her responsibility to pin chin. A Nice Kid. Yes very nice kid. From all accounts Kelly had four really close girlfriends and these girls had nicknames nicknames for each other Kelly's nickname was sky because if her big blue eyes she's tall five foot. Eight and her hair was Brown with Auburn highlights and she was known for her wide smile. And here pretty much always happy disposition. Now maybe it's because of her family responsibilities but Kelly was more organized Organiz than most girls her age. She had a calendar in her room and she could be counted on to be where she was supposed to be. At any given time she hadn't yet had any boyfriends. She didn't drink and didn't do drugs. Kelly had a girlfriend the same ages. Her on Horton road share in stone. L. Sharing live just five doors down down so Kelly walked over there quite often to visit. The gulab family was one of the quieter families. On Horton road. They were a bit older than most and not super a friendly. The Father John was in his fifties very serious and hard worker. He operated a gas station in a neighboring town and he also did car repairs this his wife Elizabeth Gulab in her late forties and on the heavier side was more friendly than her husband. Elizabeth had friends in the neighborhood and she attended ended. The Roman Catholic church where her three children had had their confirmations. She worked full time at a local transportation company in the office. But what Elizabeth really enjoyed with shopping at garage sales and flea markets. That was her passion. She would call herself a collector if you'd asked her but everyone would soon find out that she was a hoarder before order became a noun. Yeah wasn't really a well known thing then true now the go ahead three the kids. When was Adele the oldest? She is a graduate of college. Twenty one year old Robert and fourteen year old John Jay Robert and John J I still lifted home Adele lived in Manhattan and worked for an accountant for an accounting firm. Kelly's very best friend was Roberta Gross. They had known each other since they were preschoolers they attended. Would Mir middle school went to the movies ice skated and they were just beginning to talk about boys. Neither of them had dated yet Kellyanne. Roberta routinely talked on the phone after school. Roberta had an after school job where she was able to use the phone. So March third was a Friday and Kelly's birthday was that Sunday the plan was for Kelly's closest girlfriends. Four of them to take Kelly out to to dinner Friday night. Invite over first sleepover at Roberta's and surprise her with a slumber party. Kelly's mother had already agreed to this with Roberta. OUGHTA after her father dropped her at home. Kelly called her friend Jennifer but there was no answer then. She called her dad at work and asked to go to the ice skating rink again. He again told her no. It was still another hour until her mom would be home and then she could go. Kelly called another friend after that and complained about having to babysit her brother. She said she was thinking of just leaving for the ice rink anyway. The phone rang at the tennis house. Shortly after that. And Richie answered. The caller said that his name was John and he asked to speak to Kelly so Kelly took the call spoke for less than a minute then twenty minutes. It's later at three ten PM. Kelly told her little brother Richie that she was going to her friend. Nicole's house just down the street and she'd be right back. Richie wasn't I used to being left alone at all. So after just five minutes of Kelly being gone he decided to go find her at three fifteen. He walked down the block to Nicole's house but Nicole said that Kelly hadn't been there six year old hairy Finney who Kelly had baby sat for in the past was out playing in front of Sharon Sharon stone. Els House which was between Nicole's house and the goal of House here. He told Richie that he had seen Kelly and she'd gone into John. Jay's house the goal of house both of the young boys went over to the goal ABS. Front door rang the doorbell several times but nobody answered there so Ritchie. I went back home and he was back home at three forty five by himself. No big sister at this point. It's kind of like. She just vanished. The she wasn't where she told her brother she is going to be right and nobody seen her except for one little kid has said she went into the goal of house. Yes but they couldn't couldn't get anyone answered the door now. It was really strange. It's very strange. So Richie got back home. And he called his mom and his dad to tell NICB. Kelly left him alone victorious she would be home within the hour. Ritchie mentioned the Gallup's House to his dad. Dad Tom go find your sister so he told Richie to beat on the door and call for Kelly until someone opened the door. Kelly barely knew the Globes. She had no reason to be in their house and she needed to get home. I'm I'm sure the parents are kind of pissed off at her now. She's not watching a little brother. She bailed on him yeah. Initially they're angry right. They think. Why would she do that? There's no reason right. But before he went over which he took it upon himself to call the goal of how several times he found the number in the phone book. Remember those phone books. Yeah you're yeah. Those were cool but there is no answer so he walked back to the House and he pounded on the goal of store yelling for Kelly and he did this for several roll minutes but now he heard loud rock music blasting inside the house not to give up so easily though Ritchie went to the sidewalk and started yelling Out For Kelly yelling her name and then he got a little bit clever he started yelling. That brutus is loose her dog because he thought well if she knows her dogs loose. She'll she'll come out right away. She loves that dog but still nobody came to the door. There was no response at all. Just a house with the door shut and loud music playing so Ritchie went back to the house and Roberta. Her friend called again for Kelly. She called two more times in the next hour. So and Roberta's getting more and more concerned about where Kelly could be. How Victoria got home? A little after five and Richard was a few minutes after her and they were upset. Like you said because this wasn't something to Kellyanne ever done leaving brother alone like this now added us. She was very reliable so the parents called her friends. But no one has seen Kelly really. So I they're at they're angry but then a very quickly became word. Victoria walked down the block knocking on doors of their neighbors and friends know Anouar Newark. Kelly gone finally Sharon stone. All told Victoria that she had seen Kelly. and to the Gallup's house after three PM this supporter. What Richard told his mother and a father but a strange the goal of did have a fourteen year old son? John Jay the Kellyanne John. Jay were in France. I mean they don't hang out together didn't do anything together. moodiest proximate in age. Yeah so I think most parents would remember a time when their child disappeared. Like that. And you just panic. You don't know what to do and unfortunately in this case it turned out to be your worst nightmare. The worst thing you could imagine there were five calls else from the tennis house to the Gallup's house between four fifty three PM and five thirty pm that day just before six. PM Richard Tennis. It's called the house again and finally he was able to speak with Elizabeth Gulab. Elizabeth said that Kelly had not been at the House and it actually took a moment to remember member who Kelly was because these two families weren't that friendly Richard S to speak to John. Jay who was the fourteen year old son of the goal ups and Elizabeth did hand over the phone to John. Jay Gallup John J told Kelly Stat that he hadn't seen Kelly for several days in fact but Richard thought he sounded nervous. He seemed really anxious to get off the phone too so he didn't know if that was just because he was nervous talking to an adult or if he new something he was hiding. It seems that I know it hasn't been a longtime Achilles been gone right but she never did anything like this. I'm thinking and people are starting to get a little fearful about what's going on here. Yeah but I don't think John Jay was getting fearful no. He was kind of a teenager with an attitude. We'll get to more of that. I think John Jay you saying I haven't seen her but we have two people who said that Kelly went into his house right.

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"heli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"heli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"He's too old to do that. That was Rosie the Riveter. I like it. Yeah. Was petty. Jason could have been. Yeah. Anyway, she was he'd liked that she was supposedly next to a waterfall and a Budi, Barron. Black Bong one piece. Wow. Yeah. Someone had time to find that out. This is the kind of I mean, but that does pass for. Gossip does it does. I it does worry was Jennifer Aniston and Bradley Cooper already tried to go out. They did. So they're not going go together. No, it was in the summer of twenty nineteen that's not going to happen. Or maybe he could data Halle Berry for hot second. Never. They were in. He's just not that India no-one. Why you wanna pawn off head to Heli berry and everyone do shoes? So what do you know about her reputation? I do. And I don't care. I want some to some new Hollywood gossip. How about that? Matt Lauer is finally divorced. I haven't his multimillion dollar divorce is over with the I've got thrown out. Why? Oh boy did that one take a long time feels like he is. So she gets to keep the Hamptons horse farm and twenty million dollars in cash. I'd say that's a good exit plan and playing for 'em spousal support. I'm sure to the kids are eighteen lives on another estate with her and the children. So they own two homes in the Hamptons, they're sharing custody of the kids, and we don't know who gets New Zealand. Oh, gosh. I wouldn't want to go there because they're probably set up a lot of land mine traps for them because they're so mad. They have a third home in the Hamptons, if they're selling. Oh, gosh. Why not eight.

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"heli" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"heli" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Alabel. Juniors is with the team. Oh, thank goodness. The pilot of a helicopter who was killed in a crash landing on a high rise building in Manhattan yesterday had reported a problem and said he wanted to return to the Heli Patty taken off from minutes earlier, the culture instead slammed into the roof of the building at seven hundred eighty seven seven th avenue in fog and rain. They'll Blasios says there's no indication of terrorism, and they were no other injuries in the building on the ground. Ron's foreign minister haddish has issued a vague threat to the US saying it court cannot expect to stay safe after its diplomatic and economic actions against Tehran. Muhammed's race remarks came during a visit from his German counterpart called US around tensions Holly, explosive and extremely serious. Zuri also said, Iran would continue to work with Europe to save the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal. Washington says Iran must accept its global obligations face destruction of its economy. Using nuclear blackmail and terrorizing other nations is typical behavior for the revolutionary regime in Tehran tomorrow, they will probably threaten once again to close the strait upon news. We aren't impressed, Iran faces a simple choice. They can either behave like a normal nation or watch. It's kinda me crumble. The race had become the next UK prime minister has formally opened and a record ten British Conservatives of fighting for the chance to lay their party and the country over the next two weeks, three hundred Tory politicians will narrow down the field to the one hundred sixty.

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"heli" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"heli" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"They're singing rebels rebels rebels. And they're putting on Kathy is glorious steeds. Call us and lead us onto pats leading to the mosque. We will defend the land of divine guidance with our bodies, you will sacrifice our souls without hesitation we will chop off their heads. And we'll rate the sorrowful and exalted Optimus. We'll leave the army of Allah fulfilling his promise, and we will subject them to eternal torture. Nice stuff in America is kids can't be older in about ten kids are being trained in that in the United States. So what was the response of the national Muslim group the Muslim American society? What exactly was their response? Well, they say that they would conduct an investigation. They said that the group of youngsters sang songs were which were not properly vetted. They called it. An unintended mistake and an oversight. I am sure. The Muslim American society said while we celebrate the coming together of different cultures and languages not all the songs were properly vetted. This was an unintended mistake an oversight in which the center and students are remorseful MIS will conduct an internal investigation to ensure this is not occur again. Well, in all likelihood they will ensure instead that none of this stuff is taped over again, they said in their statement as a faith based organization dedicated to moving people to strive for God consciousness and adjust in virtuous society. We affirm our longstanding position on our shared values of humanity. We stand resolutely in our condemnation of hate bigotry Islamaphobia, xenophobia, racism, anti-semitism and all the illnesses of hate the plague our society, they say now the person in charge of the event has been dismissed. But here's the thing where all the parents where were all the parents if somebody had my kid readings reading stories about chopping off people's heads. I would have spoken up and said something, wouldn't you? And my kids are gonna speak. Hebrew, Mike has are willing to read texts in Hebrew. This is not a thing folks in other videos students sing songs, but the blood of martyrs. The AD L in Philadelphia called the incident extremely disturbing. Now. Here's the question is it the mainstream media where anywhere have you seen it? I saw it on FOX about it. Nothing from CNN nothing from nothing from MSNBC Covington Catholic wall to wall because it's indicative of deep American racism when you have actual students being taught to chop off people's heads and chance about it. No problem so long as they are members of the of the radical Muslim community apparently totally fine pretty telling when it comes to the evils of intersection -ality. Meanwhile, here's another story. That is pretty shocking. According to the blaze today, a former FBI translator who joined the council on American Islamic relations in an attempt to shut down terrorist screening databases was charged with obstructing terror investigation last year, Somali American man was listed as a plaintiff in a lawsuit filed by the council on American Islamic relations against the Trump administration as part of a concerted transparent campaign have a federal judge declare the US government's terrorist screening database unconstitutional today that man of Deary shock Haji. Rog Heli who served as an FBI translator from twenty twelve. Twenty fifteen was charged on multiple counts related to his alleged interference with the federal terrorism investigation. The sixty six year olds is arrested over the weekend and charged with seven counts of making false statements to investigators and one count for obstructing a federal investigation. According to the indictment. Well, Heli misled investigators when the scrutinizing terrorism investigation involving unnamed individuals connected to al-shabaab Islamic terrorist group that operates in east Africa and controls areas in Somalia the care loss listed this guy as a plaintiff all this should be somewhat disturbing. And this has nothing to do with his Lama phobia, it has to do with opposing evil behavior. Lenzi at no matter from where it springs all right coming up. New poles Africo Biden he is a dominant front runner. He's just just a front runner at this point in the Democratic Party is a dominant front runner. I will bring you the numbers. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Football. We knew.

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"heli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"heli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"K I E R A. Okay. That's the Irish way to spell. It. Could also spell it. Kayode hang on standby. Oh, dang, dang, dude. It up bump. But if you're just joining us, Steve Patterson and his lovely wife, Laura. Are expecting a baby. Yes. K I R A N lose the e- enough that meaning their means Ray of light. So that's more popular in Indian culture my wife. My wife's father came over from India. He is full blown Indian and his middle. Name is Khandu by his full name. Listen to this. This is a funny. They call them TK. But it's full name is to shower condo, by condo. And we were talking about the name. And I was like why let's my dad's name is Kevin he's already got someone with the middle name. Her father's middle name is kinda by. And I was like how about we do not to the Irish in us and the not to the Indian Kirin condu- by catering condo by Heli dropped my last name. I don't care. How do you spell Kanda by? It's a tough one. It's a K H O like it already. Out. It probably ends in an eye. Doesn't is h an d you B H A. I thought his his full name. It'd be Kieran condo by Patterson. Wow. And how about Kieran I want a nickname him KiKi? Can I get a little Drake? Somebody. Can't clause logged out. Talking about though, come on king. Donna. The. Wouldn't that be fun KiKi? I know someone who has a little girl named KiKi longer little girl. But. All.

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"heli" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"heli" Discussed on /Film Daily

"But at least it seems like he did have a full good life, which is more than some people can say, yeah, for sure, and I I know we also have an article on the site that rounds up all the kind words from his co stars from the Star Wars films, including Harrison Ford. Mark Hamill, George Lucas and more J J Abrams I'll link than the show if you want to read that but we must move on. Let's talk about John wick chapter three the first early buzz hit the web and couldn't your own T Christie did around up. Our I is this movie as good as chapter one chapter two. Apparently. So I could not find a single negative reaction. In fairness, the film has not screened for everyone yet. Like, for instance. I haven't seen it a lot of critics. I know actually, I haven't seen it. There were some very early. Screenings for junket coverage. So that might explain why they're so few negative coverage at the moment. But literally every review I review every tweet. I could find last night was not just positive, but overwhelmingly positive everyone says, you know, the action is even better the mythology is is even better there were few people who said that it's not as good as part two. But it's more entertaining. If you wanna make sense of that. But yet there's there's not a single negative review. I could find yell again that might change. What's more critic, see it? But as of now, it looks like John wick chapter three is definitely going to deliver. If you're a fan of this ranch is which I feel like everyone is I don't think I've ever met someone who doesn't like this franchise at least a little the only time that they are not a fan of this franchise is if they haven't seen the movie, yes. Yeah. Exactly or their dog lover. And don't. To see the movie, Chris, I know you have a problem with in a mole deaths on screen was hesitation of not seeing John wick. I did I did have reservations. But I sucked up and saw it. I will admit that anytime, I rewired the first movie I fast forward the dog Desi just because I can't I can't do it. You know once was enough for me. You know, I don't know problem with John wick, murdering people but the minute of dog dies. I can't take it. So whatever I really watch part one. I fast forward that's eight. And thankfully, there have they haven't killed any dog since and I guess sort of a spoiler, but H T R O H E who saw the film confirm to us that there are no dog deaths in part three. So we're safe on that front. I'm safe going into that. It's that we're going to get a dog actually killing humans in this. Yeah. And that's fine. You know, I'm a okay with that. Just kill the dogs dig up any more excited for the film. Now, I am thrilled. Go on the record about my feelings on John wick many times. And I do agree that it's hard to watch that puppy die in part one. But I also think that John wick is one of the very few movies. Even does outlandish way to actually have a sincere emotional reaction to a dog death and actually treat it with weight as opposed to being an example of how scary something is. So knowing that Heli Barry's character in the new movie has a couple of dogs. We probably are trained stunt dogs who bite lots of bad guys at death, the dollar get the revenge this time, and I'm very happy to hear that. Okay. Let's talk about willow. We you know, when I talked to Ron Howard for solo Star Wars star. He told me that something was in development. It seemed like he was not involved. Now, we have learned more. It seems like it's a sequel TV series, and he might actually be involved. Jacob we now. Yeah. Howard was on interview on the happy sad confused podcasts..

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"heli" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"heli" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Join me Tuesday morning at nine AM, right after golick and wingo. Jordan coronet will be flying alongside. We'll talk to cubs star Anthony Rizzo. Cubs back at work. They'll take on the Mariners out west before this weekend for the cardinals coming to town. So a big weekend of cubs baseball around the corner, but I a series interleague style with the Mariners Jesse Rodgers will join us as well. So more talk about the bears draft. And we'll continue our deep dive on the NBA playoffs that are rolling on cabin company. Nine on ESPN with thousands of streaming live on the ESPN. Beasley. Handed off behind Larry driving on the free Jamal Jamal slipped. Pick in the great. Lead of the night is thirteen points. That's out sounded on sports nine fifty is Nikolay Yokich went for thirty seven points, nine boards and six assists. Heli Denver to a one twenty one thirteen win over Portland in game one. Meanwhile, the nuggets now seventy one get the trailblazers in their last eight meetings dating back to last season earlier in the night. Jimmy Butler, led the seventy Sixers to a series time went over the raptors in game two they win ninety.

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How to Use the Word "Brisk"

BM English Speaking Radio

04:42 min | 2 years ago

How to Use the Word "Brisk"

"Today's what is risk. It means quick rapid, active and energetic with English. Speaking radio channel loan one new word every day and impressed the world in this English vocabulary lesson you will learn how to use the word brisk via show that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English cab blurry, and speak English, fluently and confidently risk is spelt as B R. I S K after independence. India has made a brisk meaning rap. Progress as a nation. We are making continous progress on various parameters like wealth, education, health, transportation, etc. This brisk progress has earned as the reputation of one of the fastest developing nations. We are really proud onto e listen carefully. How we can use the wood brisk in eight different situations in eight different sentences example, number one of eight the lifestyle and food habits of people are changing and this has exposed them to weight gain, diabetes and other such lifestyle. Diseases many health experts recommend that they should go for a brisk. Walk twice a day. This will keep them fit, and Heli example. Number two, eight the chairman Mr. Haywood arrived an are late as a venue. He wasn't India on a short trip to inaugurate the new research and development center. He briskly shook hands with the company delegates since he had to rush for the inauguration ceremony. Moving onto example, number three of it. It was Jessica's first day office boss assigned her several tasks, but she completed all the tasks at a brisk speed this helped her create a good impression. Don't you agree example, number four of it, the brisk trade between the two cities is going to the construction of the new highway the highway has resulted in quick moment of goods from seller to the consumer do you know that you can speak in English. Just like your mother. Chung getting dot with that Raynor's for free evaluation of your English and train you to build on your English fluency to know more about English fluency causes log onto our web site, WWW dot VM consultants. India dot com. Example, number five of eight to shower was facing a problem with the electricity supply at is residents. He made several calls to the office of the electric city company. But there was no result. Finally, he personally visited the office to lodge a formal complaint this resulted in a brisk action, and the problem was sold example, number six eight Mr. Narayan was engaged in a conversation with a client, his sectretary politely interrupted them and ours. Whether they were ready for dinner, Mr. Orion confirmed with a brisk not off head the secretary, then proceeded to make the arrangements. Are you ready for the next example? Let's move to example, number seven eight the brisk rise in the number of cars in the world is only. Only causing more and more pollution. So what should we done? We can't switch over to a cleaner energy option like electric vehicles. That would make a difference. Wouldn't it? Example, number eight of eight India has a population of one twenty five crews today the internet and digital media has reached nearly fifty crore Indians. Most of us are also hooked onto the internet on three this brisk speed of internet has made the digital media and attractive option for all forms of

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"heli" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"heli" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"See if you like them, we just did a mini so talk reading the bad sex in literature contenders. Twenty. Twenty. They were bad very bad. Very bad horribly written scene written grow, really embarrassing. Yeah. One of them was like problematic problematic. Barris like confusing fix the other ones are like what? Yeah. How long is this person's neck? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So you here's one word pepper mill. Yeah. There he goes that mean, what does that mean? Think about that night on patriots to find out who knows. Maybe that's for your imagination to think about thank you so much for those of you who already do help us out on pay time. We really appreciate it. Yeah. I guess that's just thank you again to us. Thank you for coming on and doing the we love having you on. We will see you guys next week. We love you, keep a creepy. This has been a forever dog production executive produce like Heli Newton linzie Kaitai foam, Joe Silio and Alex Ramsey for more original podcasts. Please visit dog podcasts dot com. It's scrap torch shows on apple podcasts. Spotify wherever you get your podcasts..

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"heli" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"heli" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"Job, lows ready being accused of copying the white ceramic link chains that he had tease ahead of his debut for the world's most luxury valuable luxury brand looked a bit too much like the one previously put forth by Tanya. Henry's? Highly follow Louis, Los Angeles jury ban just days prior hold of commentators of commenters began flooding abl Instagram to point out the similarities those. Social media users were also quick to note that this was hardly the first time to Abla had taken too much of inspiration from another designer there by making this poverty logical mutation one that has compared to similar of drivers offering from his own live off white to those ref Simmons pie. Moss grams Kohl's Lucio Fontana on somebody's. No, I do. They are angry large was benefit for Virgil product having client limb. Eliza Julian hill healing, Heli Henson linzie, HOGAN, you models Nike many of us fucking hell, these are some of the names that have linked to designs of white crates director new minute in recent seasons and not in the climate way. But an endless appropriation as George guys motion mckay's magazine, put it kind of way. So this is another example of supposedly virgin, I blow copying images of a right, so yeah. Just on this hour our? On on your letter the screen. These are the original designs by the young think is Parisian designer to show. I think I remember reading a kind of capture. It is. But renting the at a version of a show that showed him the designs in a few seasons later. He kind of does this for his white label. Same kind of motif, you know, yellow track pans with graffiti all over it. So anyway, so that's basically the conversation going on here. Now. Right. I blow copies everyone and he's says it's referencing. I think he mentioned somewhere article the quote that he says what he says the hoisin planet. What he say he says like referencing or some forty say is referencing reference. Yeah. There you go. So he says something along the lines of in these words Marshall Marshall your compass. Yes. So here goes, so this is kind of kind of respiration for why he thinks that works for him right to schism. This is part of the status quo is widely widely in demand Virgil and his band these brand off way the letter of which has named hottest on the planet late last year fashion search list. Yes, Abla rubber notoriously rejected who did it. I mean does your previous generations in favor of coffee pace logic of the incident is in additions, right? So he's ideas, you know, the idea that you'll you could do away with any references. Look, it's room. Accomplish ideas. Virgil probably like nowadays, the access of the internet, and how will hyper connected is kind of basically impossible to do that..

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"heli" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"heli" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"They had really one store was the gas station, the grocery store and the pizza restaurant. I'm going to go ask about the gums. Was not even half an hour. Like a dozen two dozen people that had showed up everybody had some kind of story for me. I've often thought that it was kind of egging us onto like need to go back. You have to go back and start asking questions. We're going out to Kentucky. Now, we're gonna do our best to try to figure out what was going on. My initial might said was somebody was leading. And we were going to go out there and get to the bottom of it. I expected it to get pretty weird. But not quite as weird as it was something happened in L something happened around. All I know is. It's bigger than goblins bigger than us. How can you get bigger than goblins iron? All you can. And this is something that you know, I was thinking about it. It's almost like, Greg. Dana unwillingly have become the new John keel. And the reason why I say that is because these guys start off even Greg just out of simply with missing around with your with these friends and just goes hunting for the fun of it. And I've slowly been thrust into this world of the paranormal where they made the mistake when you start looking at the paranormal it starts looking back, and they're perfect example of that. Well, if you go to the website, Heli dot TV is a bit of a cryptic invitation to sign up to the mailing list. But it says Helio was just a symptom watch for updates with the mailing list. And actually allude to that in the trailer. And in the interview coming up that Heli ah the town and all the weirdness surrounding as you're about to find out David Christie, and he's encounters with strange creatures. It's a small pot of something bigger, and you're outta conflict of better..

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Should I max out my 401(k) or invest some in an IRA or Roth

Millennial Money

07:21 min | 3 years ago

Should I max out my 401(k) or invest some in an IRA or Roth

"Right. So I think this one might be up your Heli. This is from Claire Claire says, hey, Sean, I'll jump right in. I've been investing my 401K up to the match for a few years now. Just like you tell us to do. So I feel good about that, but I'm not sure. Should I be investing as much as I can in my 401K or should I look at an IRA or Roth? I know you always say it depends on our situation and our goals, but what would advantage be to investing more in my 401K above the match? Oh, yeah, this is awesome. I love this question almost more than the other two or just the same. If not a little bit better and it becomes up all the time. So you and I always advise people, you know, as they're focusing on their cash flow in finding out what a comfortable lifestyle is for themselves, therefore understanding what they can consistently safe every month. We say above put that all off the side that really important piece off the side. We know one thing's for sure if there's free money coming your way co, go get that. Go get it. You know, go get it. Very few exceptions to that very few show. Now, the question is I want to be able to save more and go beyond that. So full circle back to you cash flow, budgeting, cash management. Because the question that's really being axed, there's Kenai afford to put more into a retirement savings vehicle, whether it's a 401K IRA or otherwise. I'll say this right now if you're you're

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Police: Man fatally shoots himself while playing with gun in hotel roo | Depend On WOKV - Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic

Says You!

01:34 min | 3 years ago

Police: Man fatally shoots himself while playing with gun in hotel roo | Depend On WOKV - Jacksonville's News, Weather, and Traffic

"Wants to reform the world trading system is not working and there's so much unfair trading and illegal trading practices there's virtually no reciprocity here could lau's remarks came after finance ministers from the group of seven industrialized countries held talks in canada this weekend finance ministers say they're outraged over the new tariffs and are threatening to take decisive action north korea's official state media says syria's president is planning to visit pyongyang npr's shannon van sant reports the official korean central news agency does not say when the visit would be and syria isn't commenting the report follows several meetings between north korean leader kim jong and other heads of state over the past few months kim has met with the president of china and south korea and on june twelfth he is set to sit down with president trump in singapore but if bush are alassad does travel to north korea it would be the first state visit to the regime since kim took power in twenty eleven north korea and syria have been allies for decades earlier this year the un accused north korea of helping syria develop its chemical weapons programs shannon van sant npr news washington emergency crews are airlifting people trapped by fast moving lava from killilea volcano on hawaii's big island jackie young from hawaii public radio reports search and rescue missions or being conducted in isolated areas today emergency crews are working to extract residence after a large half mile wide active lava flow closed all access to the community and the vacation land subdivision civil is instructing residents in those areas who ignored mandatory evacuation orders to get to designated landing zones of a state senator kaiga heli said during an overflight on saturday evening that he witnessed trap residence the active lava flow was so hot it evaporated all the water in the centuries old green lakes the largest freshwater lake in the islands lightweight volcanic glass known as pele's hair named after the goddess of fire and hazardous gases continue to be health threats for npr news i'm jackie young in honolulu a massive wildfire in new mexico is spreading firefighters are working to contain the youth park fire which is burned nearly fifty square miles severe thunderstorms are expected with high winds if issues say that may help in the short term but worn hot dry and windy conditions are expected to return you're listening to npr news.

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