20 Burst results for "Hira"

"hira" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

05:40 min | 8 months ago

"hira" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"And i'm telling you what this book she's haitian and unless there's something off like i just heart of it i i have the the novel have the plot points but there's some missing as she just looked at me right. We share an islands. And so we both have these these very similar stories that we know of parents and family structures and she's like we need the other system. I insist always get signs in general need the other and i tell you that dairy night which is how the book opens income. You know hijack the novel then. She became the character. I was upset me. I just that she was the original narrator in you added hira. Yeah no sheets. And i was like. Oh my gosh. She's so much better. Like she's so compelling and i love tender towards her afraid for her and so then i had missed johar rods and kind of the same level of of interest. But it was. It was a very different writing experience than any other books. So far. how long did it take you. Oh maybe started drafting this twenty seventeen attempt to write a book put it away and dry and then go back so my pro always. I'm working on something. So i'm pretty sure this was in between maybe with the fire on high beaten so yeah twenty sixteen. I wrote a jack quickly. So maybe once had written drafts. This draft that i talked to about and then i went back in so in a high. You see it a couple of months or a couple of years. I wanna talk about sort of the origin story of the entire novel. The in your mind as its creator. I mean obviously your own personal history clearly but like to the character come to you. Did the story come to you. Was it lifted out of the pages of your own experience your own family or was it. Maybe all of it. No you know percolate I'm definitely app city with things. I've known since i was pretty young i wanted to write about flight. Eighty five eighty seven. Which was real life event. That happened in two thousand one two months and a day after the attack on the world trade center and so as a yorker. I had very stark and the representations of how mass tragedies could be handled. How commute could be held of to be united through tragedy. Also how certain tragedies are are considered more important you know and white felow dominions going public on a random day. November was an up until was determined that it wasn't you know it wasn't terrorism and once it was highly error and mechanical failure. I also must in a community very much like these are still are folks like i know on the street in who passed a note. You know my my friend's father who passed between these are our people. We see the vigils in the streets but on on the larger scale of getting support getting counseling that at play in the way had in two months prior. And i understand. We're not here comparing tragedies just for eight. There was a a forgetting that happen. That's really or into say no like i. i don't want to forget. I wanna look at some of these stories and it was wasn't doing research that that i found out. Oh people had secrets and had things happening in their lives..

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"hira" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

03:59 min | 10 months ago

"hira" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Hira sites you understand language opie hira. Oh man that sounds like a private detective opie the fifth or they're always like your name so free right. I'm like have you ever heard that name. I mean i know. Furious is not common but afria. Is that even possible but like. That's not a possibility of nate. Nobody has any no tuna. Yeah that does not sound like of frisia sounds like a champ for freeing somebody in prison. That's right oh well beautiful inspirational quote. I've actually got one in my back pocket. It's not by any person it's not province by inspire robot which is a robot. Okay actually uses ai to go into the. I don't know where it goes. Perhaps the new york times bible torah fran comic books all these different places and it just puts together a beautiful quote and using it. I okay. let's hear if you go to inspire about dot. Io you just click and it'll generate one right for. It's beautiful but this week inspire bought sold may and we can interpret this. We can see how it feels. Maybe it's not as good as the arrow but We'll take a shot. I guess notch back that if you want enough you can make it so that your mother laughs. A robot did that. I was a robot author. Do you make your mom laugh at the gate. Heard that it's quite difficult for your family to chuckle or turtle Yeah i mean. I think it's definitely a family that likes joke. Definitely a family that likes to joke but not an easy last so it has to be really good. Oh okay we're like just hit the right angle. It just has to hit the right angle so But yeah definitely we we all rose. Yeah kind of serious stressed by Also nobody has that just like ongoingly buoyant kind of jokester personality but given an opportunity till i kind of let loose enjoy. It is just ongoing joke joking around and everyone has are different style whether it's like intellectual or kind of like goofy might might brother. Does that thing where he'll try to take everything a way too. Far like he's akerson. That will just take an far as it can go till it's uncomfortable. Yeah might be my role in the family. I come five brothers and sisters. And i'm the one that pushes that envelope. Yeah you know. I come from a family that we hop on the chuckle train. Quite a bit. So we're a lotta jokesters parents little less so and my both my parents are very. They're more religious so we can't say potty words and we get can't blaspheme and all that good stuff which is usually in good fun when we joke but by mom i think maybe if i take the perspective of my mom and from her shoes from her perspective and then yeah joke on that i can work really hard to make her laugh and sometimes sometimes and it's still rewarding. It's such a nice delicious. Laugh that my mom. My mom was very funny. She shared she actually passed away before the pandemic on. Orey thank you it was. It was about almost a year before the pandemic which now i look back on as a.

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"hira" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"hira" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"What's in it for man and i do. The there's a load of you know clearly. A lot of research and evidence showing that more january equal what bizimana gender society is better for everyone. Many included and i think traditionally given they're multiple genders. I think one particular agenda my gender. I i'd advise a man haven't been doing their fair share of the work so i do think there's conversation that says this will make you accurate. What you do. You will probably be better as a manager. If you're a manager you will basically working teams are more motivated. They would deliver services so that wasn't if the magistrate slightly aware of our time how'd you're out. Let me go to hear. I hear if you see something in the workplace. How'd you call it. Our different ways adding grow code which are often hesitant. I.

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"hira" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"hira" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Point if anything from from the from the pandemic and from the vaccine response specifically is the highlight of how important researches and hopefully that will drive people to want to take part in research because you can actually see the output what we do it just to say on that though then how defer last week. The news was dominated by the fact that cove sedation are become compulsory for staff at in england. What do you make that someone who fought to to work with the vaccines to get them going here. Well i'm not an expert. I hold my hand. When i'm not gonna covent specifics of office but i think what is really important. Is all the questions that we do get all the questions. you know. Big topics every day is a new topic. You know we'll children get vaccinated. Will we have third. There's all of the different questions that we ask. There is only one answer out of this and the answer is by by doing clinical research at by having the results of it so by volunteering we already have an incredible half a million people who have signed up for the chess vaccine research registry. We still have a huge amount of research. That's their that ongoing an important study. That's ongoing people may not know this important tropical study. That's ongoing is the call boosted which is literally looking at people who've had today's unallocated does but unless we have volunteered he step up and sign up to these studies. We won't have beyond to all the questions. Should we make them compulsory. Should we be. Should we give it to children of questions that people ask sir. I'm not the scientists icon answered the questions but the imported brick is that unless people play a role in terms of research. We're not going to get. We're not gonna make a way out of the pandemic. i suppose not on the research though but a question to you around the reasoning behind that which is the concerned some people and certain groups are not taking up the vaccine. How concerned does that make you..

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"hira" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"hira" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"So making Schools really do. I think need to focus on making sure that not just got a good curriculum here. And the new government guidance that's been slightly delayed by covid but is just pretty good here I think is a real step forward but also make sure that has been told by people who've got we've got the training and the willingness to do it not. Everybody can feel comfortable and confident talking talking about these kinds of issues with with with with teenagers. Office can remember all the time. Something about confidence is about this. I mean the teachers absolutely you know some of them have been saying to us on as it's been the hardest time ever And they've been obviously trying to do all sorts of other things as well as just the training also the time. I'm sure many people will be getting in touch. I can see so many the things that we've spoken about. Thank you for your time and your answers. This morning amanda spoon. I'm sure we'll we'll have you back. On as things develop the chief inspector of offset which is close the england schools watchdog absa messages just to do off the back of that because so many have come in. He wants to go. Eighteen says lisa head of school. Just go back to that. Debate still celebrates the whole person. Amanda spielman seems blissfully unaware. How many teenagers preferred non binary terms boys and girls is only natural to her because she's always used language constantly changes on the idea of when we should start talking to children about porn band smartphones for primary school kids and strongly discouraged for younger secondary. Wouldn't that make everybody's life easier and another message along the lines around. Modesty shore so-called modesty shorts. My daughter's to primary school age daughters always wear shorts under their school dresses. These are not modesty shorts but basic common sense and liberates them and another one. My daughter's school secondary insisted on wearing ridiculous pencil skirts to names like office. Where in office. Now this meant. It was inevitable that goes folded up the waistband. Not least because they can walk fast enough across a big campus to get to class socal. Sports schools are effectively. Killed all watson breaks as they could no longer play football. Even semi pro footballers stop paying school. No one wants to our girls. Trousers hideous fa- camel toe tried to address it. But i was rebuffed by very old fashioned needlework teacher at given who's given the role of designing the uniform and so it carries on more messages around. What do we do around. How even referred to girls and how we address the good school and what we do around this issue. Thank goodness for some sense from amanda with regards to language children going to get so muddled by all of this nonsense those messages coming in still keep coming on eight four eight four. Four it is thirty is next month believe it or not since the release of the iconic female.

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"hira" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"hira" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"I know i. I suppose it's also looking at this whole culture. What's feeding into schools. And what's feeding into into children's mind from all of their find it sad but i suppose if it's coming from teachers do you just trust that the schools will sort it out if it's coming from our wider culture is not necessarily the teacher's fault but are you. Are you worried about this becoming a trend. It's it circles by ram to took to pass even prime primary schools. That make May be a need to to start addressing some of these quite badly if gals a feeding uncomfortable primary remarks they made by Made by at that point very young boys. We really need to get to to think about what we do that. Quite right there. There's a partnership between schools and parents what we've seen over. The last decade is is a an expansion back gray area that sits between what parents oversee directly in what schools directly which has always been there in lessons for secondary age children. But it's got bigger and more complicated at heart. Assists of school parents in schools. Take each taking that responsibility seriously. Recognizing the difficulties here is is so important to just find any because this was a big fame when we were talking about the everyone invited testimonies that then led to your report. What do you make around policy foot boys so some say necessarily to change the coach but is it fair to single individuals out when quote. They're all doing it all lots of doing it for potentially massive on boys who were still children to That can be mass impacted at both both ends here and we've tried to do with this. Report is to help get the language. The expression discussion in a way that the recognizes as indeed the government guidance does the both in relation to the. I'm passing doing something. They shouldn't do a amt in relation to the passing on the receiving end the that there is a spectrum of seriousness in schools. Have to judge us. Use use that skill expertise To judge the proportionate response on both for both to do and the receiver and that is really really important. Because if you want to change the culture everybody's got everybody's listening to loosen boys on goes on everybody's got to feel that things being fatty dealt with so that they don't get entrenched embattled in conus Chief that by using really pejorative temps. You don't achieve that over responding to an individual incident anymore than than you do by by under responding so it's a. It's a tough job here to try to find that balance of the encourages young people that deals with deals with things that the specific incidents that need addressing without Without disappearing down a rabbit hole of extreme language in response to Losing sight of that that imports out as the typewriter not healthily Absolute minefield the teachers. All the training to do this will this. This is why one of our recommendations is around relationships sex education. I said. I think it's very unfair. Achy expect every teacher to be an expert in in in relationship. Sex education sometimes schools simply put this two time and expect every teacher with with a to grupo class to teach him. But we wouldn't. We wouldn't expect every teacher to teacher maths lesson into two time. So why in required of different expertise which we would we just say must do it..

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"hira" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"hira" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"I'm. I don't want to be precise and say that that it has to be from a seven and it's it's it's a matter from from government but at the earlier end of secondary school not i had one one parent. I spoke to said that that to school had entered Was doing the senior eleven. That's clearly to eight. I think. I think i think earlier. I mean if you hear about paul nine hundred sixteen nowadays extremely light and what you've just described the landscape or anyone who's got anything to do with young people said that this this this is something at the early under prime school obviously the adolescents. I'm puberty adolescence. Kick around that eleven. Twelve thirty thirty eight so that You really need to stop talking about eastern. it's always wants to get in ahead of pornography. Don't you to to start your hook healthy relationships and the boundaries of acceptable behavior before young people start experimenting for themselves rather than after. If you're just joining us. I am with the chief inspector of state which is england. Schools watchdog. Amanda spillman is safe to say inspectors not always teaches favorite people. It's safe to say that you're now going to include having done this report this elements of safeguarding and changing culture. As part of what you mark school zone we have always included all the different aspects of bullying. Hey babe behavior problems in safeguarding our inspections but what we what we started doing from from twenty from twenty twenty seventeen was strengthening inspectors. Training introducing specific requirements tha to six schools about reports a sexual harassment violence. And what we're doing in the light of this is strengthen the expectation inspectors to really push on this one because one of the things that came out of introducing requirement to oscar for this ahead of inspection was discovered. Anyway i think six percent of schools gave us anything in response to that request. Nearly half the others. I'm gave us a new return. Essentially saying we haven't had any so comparing this with with what we hear from young people. It says the this point about so much. Not getting reported is desperately important here and we went into this sunday..

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"hira" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"hira" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Hope you had a good weekend over mind. I seem to inadvertently stumbled into one of the biggest debates of all time so big. I didn't even know it was a debate. Whether it's nichols or not under pajama bottoms. To me it's crystal clear. Of course you do. But according to clothing guru susannah constantine xi of trillion susannah fame. You do not. Perhaps he can help me out here. I see no debate but partly. I'm in the minority on today's program. Apart from your answers to that burning question of course we shall be hearing from one of the key. Women from the uk vaccine task force. He's just been awarded an obeef her efforts. Dvr demonic thirty years on from the seminal. thelma and louise foam. What's changed man standing up for women in the workplace. Hope orient your stories please. Eight four eight. four four is a number. You need to tax social media at bbc. Our email us your views your take through our website. We look forward to hearing them. But i i guess this morning. Amanda spielman chief inspector of offset england schools watchdog. The latest report from her team. Which move caught your eye found sexual harassment and online sexual abuse such a routine part of school children's lives in particular schoolgirls that they don't see any point in challenging or reporting it. That's along with debates over. How goals dresses school whether children should be vaccinated or not or even whether there should be head girls means a lot for her to talk about and think about an a lot for us to ask about chief inspector of offs that amanda spielman. Good morning. mooning thanks for joining us today before we get to the experience of schoolgirls that your inspectors have been looking at. Let's get to just that goes over the weekend. it emerged. That simple girls school in london is doing away with the head girl term as its to binary that will now be a head of school instead of head. Go do agree. I think it's so sad if sales comic proud of being goes it's this the so much debate isn't there always seems to focus on girls. And whether girls or women could be characterized that wasted. I just hope. I'm go school in every other girls. School can carry on incurring encouraging. Mr elles of couse. Few exploring the you honestly exploring gender but let's hope that goes can carry on being proud bengals so no need head of school should be allowed to be head go. I'm any individual. School is for them to make that choice. But i'd love to seek. I love to see girls being proud of being girls because you at school is that roy says just as an added element. Today's six loom. Yes you are so your personal response to that as a as a being a former members also quite interesting i yes. I haven't spoken to others. I have to say okay. Because i'm just to say ssim polls goalscorer spokesperson said. It's reported that they said it was the suggestion of our senior students that we changed the name from head girl to head of school as more modern age appropriate and inclusive quote in doing. So we're returning to our roots from our very foundation in one thousand nine hundred four and for decades afterwards. A.

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"hira" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"hira" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Say, Hey, I'm just going to re deposit $300,000 out of my IRA that 300,000 will generate Those 10 payments of $36,000 guaranteed, which is a little over 3% interest rate guaranteed. Now, where do you get that today? In today's low interest rate environment, you just don't. That's the trade off right? Your bond funds not going to do that. In fact, your bond fund might even be negative. If you're paying somebody a management fee to manage your money. So the nice thing about this is I'm saying I'm taking this $300,000. Today I'm deposited with the insurance company and guess what that is guaranteed to make 10 payments of $36,000. What did those 10 $36,000 payments by for or Doug and and Basically, what is going to do for him is it's going to give them each a long term care benefit of $9100 per person per month for the rest of their lives. I think about that $18,200 a month if they are both on claim, so $9100 per person, no limits on it. This is why we have insurance. All right, that $300,000 congenital 8 $9100 For how long? Well, depends on what the interest rates are, but it's a fine at bucket of money. Right? So you're gonna you're gonna pull out if they were both on claim and you're sitting there saying Well, Gosh, I'm pulling out $18,000 a month. It's $180,000.10 months. 20 months is $360,000. You're gonna blow right through that bucket of money with long term care insurance plan. The whole idea is that it provides that long term care insurance for an unlimited amount of time. So that's why we're putting the money in there because we get the leverage. We get the guarantee it'll average and remember. At $9100 that is coming into him is coming back to them Tax free. It's not counted his income like it would be if you're pulling it out of your retirement account. Now so the $9100 per person per month for life. They also get $18,000 for medical equipment and home improvements. They also get $18,000 for caregiver training, so it's a very nice benefit for long term care. Comes with the concierge care service that care managers a case or care coordinators. The case managers that comes with all those things that you want a plan that starts today We deposited the $300,000 in they are actually covered. So here's the thing since that $300,000 is really generating 10 payments. What happens if one of them gets hit by the bus tomorrow, and they go on claim? Well, that $36,000 coming out every year out of the 300. You deposited that $36,000 a payment into a long term care plan. Long term care plan has a waiver of premium so dug in and we'll actually get the long term care benefit the $9000 a month they would actually get a check for $36,000 once a year if they triggered a claim prior to the 10 years prior to those all 10 payments being made out of that single deposit they put in up front. No, that's unlikely. But just it's good to know that if you're making your own 10 payments, and you, you go on claim you don't have to make any future payments. Well, that you don't lose that advantage by doing the single deposit out of your IRA. So that's what makes this plan so great. Again. The lifetime benefits just go on forever, And I think here's the thing you have to understand. This is what really got Doug, This is the icing on the cake. If they get lucky, and they never used long term care insurance. What happens? They put $300,000 into the plan. $455,000 is paid back to their estate tax free. That's the death benefit. That's the irises that is the death benefit. Now it's even higher than that. The 1st 10 years because, remember that $455,000 is the death better for the long term care plan with long term care plan. It's really funded over 10 years. So if they both go on get hit by the bus tomorrow, and they're both gone. You're 1 721,000 is paid back to the estate because you have the death benefit of 4 55. And you have that I r a money that you rolled over to fund that plan. So, folks, this is just a great way and think about it. If you're sitting there with $300,000, and you're trying to guarantee that you don't lose that principle. When you're trying to grow it to $455,000 where When you pass out $455,000 on two years, state and Hira, it's going to be taxed. They're gonna have to pull that money out over 10 years counted is incoming pay tax on it. $455,000 goes back to their estate tax free. And here's the part that it just absolutely love about this plan. You got to remember when you see a death benefit 455,000. That means that they only use $55,000 of long term care between the two of them, and they both passed away at that point, 400,000 still paid back to the state. So that's my point. You're putting 300,000.

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Firefighter severely injured after being hit by wrong-way driver in Irving, outside of Dallas

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Firefighter severely injured after being hit by wrong-way driver in Irving, outside of Dallas

"Was seriously injured early Sunday morning when he was run down by a drunk driver going the wrong way and highway 1 83. This happened about 4 A.m. firefighter was a member of a police and fire crew that was Dealing with the five vehicle accident on 1 83 near story Road, Police say 23 year old Yeah, Hira called Iran was drunk and driving the wrong way when she slammed into the accident scene and injured the firefighter. He has been hospitalized in critical condition She's been arrested. Texas Wildlife

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Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity for Nintendo Switch review

This Week In Video Games

03:31 min | 1 year ago

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity for Nintendo Switch review

"Hara warriors. Age of calamity is a demo out. Intendo switch which is free to download ahead of the launch on november the twentieth much more breath the wild and it's predecessor hyrule warriors nintendo of done a great job of marketing this one as a breath prequel and it's got fans hardtop and are really really look forward to the release. The visuals and mechanics of the game are very breath. The walled with curry tecmo bringing in the sheikha slight abilities like bombs ice magnetism the bio mechanics of horror. Warriors have been mixed in really well here with link and other party members feeling really powerful when you run into battle to mogens and the other enemies are flying in the absolute hundreds really really cold. Seen the game has been sapped as a prequel and as such age of calamity is set one hundred years before breath of the world and we saw games is of this battle in breath of the wild itself with the champions falling battle against calamity. Gannon the snippets. We saw wearing cut scenes and memories and age of calamity looks to finally fill in the blanks for us the various playable heroes in the game including link impo zelda and the champions themselves. I don't play tara warriors previously but the bow system is super fun. Actually i had a lot more fun than i thought. I was going to. If i self against waves of enemies in the hundreds much more than freshness standards zelda game battles take place in a math around haro with a at filled with friendly and enemy does to as pockets of enemies but there's also objectives marked on the map we have to either secure location or takeout big enemy or this some kind of objective in the demo. Batum with guardian. We have to enable these sleeping guards help. Impact and a mini time travelling guardian to there's a variety of attacks including a light attack has a heavy attack and various special attacks. Which also have a cool down as mentioned before you got access to these chic as lite which allows you to use bombs crisis as stacy's too so bombs are really good for destroying a bunch of enemies and also freeze enemies with stasis because smash enemies off into the distance which as as it was in breath awad age of calamity battles film and the characters. You play already different to his easy to switch between characters during batteries in the deep end so impo in particular is very powerful as she can make duplicates of 'self and seldom makes creative use of the sheiks like but she doesn't feel quite as powerful as the other two characters. I played infamy is the most fun definitely. Give her a try. I'm looking forward to playing as the champions in particular dirac so related to the narrative. The game there's a mini guardian. The can travel through time and he appears to be in. Jairo costs sometime in the future and hops into a wormhole to escape a big guardian. The narrative is super interesting as you pretty much the fate the champions link and zelda similar to star wars rogue one tragedy does a white the how we get there is going to be full of twists and turns at first. I wasn't really sure about this. Release not having played the other titles dynasty warriors or hira warriors. I wasn't ready tissue about this. Zelda spinoff but the fact that nintendo has given arguably the talk name to a third party says a lot which know downton. We'll be across much more than ever before and the great thing about the demo is you can jumping without having to make expensive commitment science clemency job in its hands command in november with loads of behaviors around it plus new consoles. But this is definitely something. Nintendo fans are gonna be checking out over the holiday season. So i'd say if you're on the fence pick up the demo and give it a try. I for one have been persuaded a can't wait to jump in come november the twentieth.

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"hira" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"hira" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

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"hira" Discussed on Gaming illuminaughty

Gaming illuminaughty

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"hira" Discussed on Gaming illuminaughty

"I was like Dan they got me with another one like. Fun Traversing the environment I did a video on it but if you haven't seen the game play, check it out. It's going to be asleep and is coming out in coming into like I've going to get good reviews but a lot not a lot of people are going to play it because unfortunately, the game community people like to complain that we need new Ip's, and then when people make them, they don't play him. But I think it's going to be a really good game. I think should people should keep their eyes on that but other than that. This was kind of this. I don't even remember them revealing this space game. August a game of space like what the fuck is this. Miss that one. Must be sleeping that part they kept China's shove. hyperscale down our our throats to the game is dead. Those did I don't know if you saw but you were in the yeah. In Your Montana Buddy the victory. Those famous. Writers Republic. Yeah. That looks like DLC for for Steve off and I don't care about Scott's program but immortal Phoenix Keep Your eyes on that I I tell everybody if you like like Zelda I think you're gonNA like digging. It's their own little spin on it. What else we got on notes for a Nintendo has done to direct since last podcast honestly in my opinion, their weakest fuck. The only thing that I had on the notes we're talking about was Mario Kart live, which was like in a game like you can drive in real life or something. A. Dog Shit. Live what the hell they announced the Mario Vr game for like thirty two people I'm like who wants to play that the amount the s the Mario Three D all-stars which I got me and that's a cool loop election. And they also revealed monster hunter rise come into the switch. Play some Ninja look kind of cool. I'm not into monster hundred would lead kind of cool. Is there anything in the director Joss saw those we're talking about? Start, the Mario Kart was hilarious 'cause. But I understand if you're like a kid like if you give killer something, they might be. Jumping up in school, but they might get some friends through that. If they want to. Play like with a toy and they're switch at the same time but the real life. They, announce Hira Warriors, age calamity, which is a Prequel to breadth of the wild but it's a dynasty warriors clone just with the last one with Zelda Skins people were asking me Biljana Plavsic. You'll fuck Damn Hiroo warriors like we're still playing dynasty wars and twenty twenty. Because he had this crazy that they're that they're sticking around and we have made another game this. The you know Rosal dildo world. So I don't use them I. Don't think he. Doesn't anymore I know what you could I used to be. Worried saying, but I think it's will anymore I don't know how they're amid hastert they keep making. Him. Wrong. I don't know. Are. You GonNa play that. High, Hira Warriors, watch dogs, assassin's creed cyberpunk. Nexgen to K. like there's so many amazing games coming you ask me on. We'll play Diet Stewart's fuck link skill that Shit that game. I'm good on this stuff. I'm not really the Vegas bags. Of Mosser hundred way I think the people excited about that. Mugniyah. Was that was pretty much it and then Your Dad Was Pretty. The funniest thing at old array and but this three, the allstars collection is nice. If you haven't played games before like complaints on copy, I'm my wife Sunshine. I Have I've only played sunshine I didn't play sixty four galaxy..

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"hira" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"hira" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"You played Sula Hira warriors correct. Name I mean I I played a little bit of it for when it was on the wheel and never got that far into it. I never did pick up the version for switch. Kind of wondering now, if I should in the you know because there's going to be a calamitous age approaching that You know might might make that were they. I mean, I'm wondering the thing that I'm wondering is was this the the new breath of the wild that was rumored or is this? Or is the age of Hira Warriors Age of calamity going to be its own thing in the breast of the wild to or whatever that's going to be called. It's still coming. A breath of the world Age, of calamity is its own think it's It was. breath of the wild is one. And there's a Meyer spoiler in there Laying. Dies at one point is. So what do you play bluff of the wild he gets resurrected. When he gets resurrected that's. That's when you start playing that game. Age of liberty is a hundred years before that. Kind of. Okay. So it's Lincoln in the age of you know when when Gannon I took over the castle. All right. Yeah. I defining to finish the wild. It's a good game maybe. It triggered my mysterious side which I never thought I could. Play in a game. Like a modern game but. You have no idea Kathy. Now, I know you're. I know you'll have a mischievous side. Be Pleasure to watch that I'm shipper..

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"hira" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"hira" Discussed on Dude Soup

"Woke up this morning. . It was very pleasantly surprised for say open by idea was open my eyes and I, , looked at my phone and I saw a news notification for Hira Warriors Age of calamity and I was like Ooh, , what is this <hes> and it's kind of the kind of thing like you have a whirlwind of emotions because you're like. . Zelda and then you go higher warriors in your you know. . Not to diminish warriors because I think the first game was like it was solid it wasn't like the game mainlines all the game. . I think we're all excited for this one. . I'm I'm actually more into by the looks of it. . I had that same ranger emotions rose like, , oh, , man Zola Taira Warriors, , and then I stopped and like you spent two thousand hours playing that game shut up. . Shut up nerd a nerd. . I have a question. . John. . Hira Warriors. . What kind of game is it because I thought being compared to dynasty words I only played dynasty warriors four when I was in seventh grade. . So. . Is that comparable? ? Like what are you doing it? ? It's It's just like, , sorry it's just like combat and like some environmental puzzle stuff but Matt. . This this one's a little different because it's basically is dynasty warriors but instead of like Only, , that there's also some Zelda elements built in where it's like, , yeah, I , gotta go solve this puzzle using the bombs or something like that. . And then you might an army of people by yourself. . Yeah, , other other people from Celta are there to their plays IMP army, , but they're not nearly as good as you. . In the regular one yes. . I would assume because this takes place one hundred years before breath of the wild. . Yeah. . It's it promises a robust story that's going to kind of give us some insight into what happened during that era of calamity as they call it where the great calamity, , of calamity, , Dan, , how many times can intend to say calamity. . Did I kinda love it <hes> but yeah send for one hundred years before the events of breath of the wild and it seems like we're going to either see or get to play as some of the characters that appear in breath of the wild to. . Direct prequel to breath of the wild I. . Guess So. . That was the most intriguing part to me is that it seems like it's cannon prequel like they're using the same aesthetic and everything even like it was the kind of self rated breath the wild <hes> which I think it's just all the stuff that we heard about throughout the game about what happened one hundred years ago we're actually going to explore it like clone wars. . which that's awesome for me because I'm someone who I I like this all the time line just because I enjoy trying to piece together and figure out where it's supposed to go and having a hundred years of history basically thrown at me <unk>. . Awesome. . I. . Also like it because I like. . I like when a prequel. . Predate something where you know that Shit's hit the fan and go. . Wrong. . So I it's what I really liked about dark crystal age of resistance is like. . This going it's like A. . Charlie, , wiping out of of a creature but <hes> I kinda liked that we're gonNA see just is GonNa have I imagine a kind of bleak story end to set us up more wild. . Following the. . Good. . You're. . Going to say if it's following the history of the characters that we meet in Ghost form and breath of the wild. . Sort of a giveaway. .

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Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity - Everything We Know

Dude Soup

03:54 min | 1 year ago

Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity - Everything We Know

"Woke up this morning. It was very pleasantly surprised for say open by idea was open my eyes and I, looked at my phone and I saw a news notification for Hira Warriors Age of calamity and I was like Ooh, what is this and it's kind of the kind of thing like you have a whirlwind of emotions because you're like. Zelda and then you go higher warriors in your you know. Not to diminish warriors because I think the first game was like it was solid it wasn't like the game mainlines all the game. I think we're all excited for this one. I'm I'm actually more into by the looks of it. I had that same ranger emotions rose like, oh, man Zola Taira Warriors, and then I stopped and like you spent two thousand hours playing that game shut up. Shut up nerd a nerd. I have a question. John. Hira Warriors. What kind of game is it because I thought being compared to dynasty words I only played dynasty warriors four when I was in seventh grade. So. Is that comparable? Like what are you doing it? It's It's just like, sorry it's just like combat and like some environmental puzzle stuff but Matt. This this one's a little different because it's basically is dynasty warriors but instead of like Only, that there's also some Zelda elements built in where it's like, yeah, I gotta go solve this puzzle using the bombs or something like that. And then you might an army of people by yourself. Yeah, other other people from Celta are there to their plays IMP army, but they're not nearly as good as you. In the regular one yes. I would assume because this takes place one hundred years before breath of the wild. Yeah. It's it promises a robust story that's going to kind of give us some insight into what happened during that era of calamity as they call it where the great calamity, of calamity, Dan, how many times can intend to say calamity. Did I kinda love it but yeah send for one hundred years before the events of breath of the wild and it seems like we're going to either see or get to play as some of the characters that appear in breath of the wild to. Direct prequel to breath of the wild I. Guess So. That was the most intriguing part to me is that it seems like it's cannon prequel like they're using the same aesthetic and everything even like it was the kind of self rated breath the wild which I think it's just all the stuff that we heard about throughout the game about what happened one hundred years ago we're actually going to explore it like clone wars. which that's awesome for me because I'm someone who I I like this all the time line just because I enjoy trying to piece together and figure out where it's supposed to go and having a hundred years of history basically thrown at me Awesome. I. Also like it because I like. I like when a prequel. Predate something where you know that Shit's hit the fan and go. Wrong. So I it's what I really liked about dark crystal age of resistance is like. This going it's like A. Charlie, wiping out of of a creature but I kinda liked that we're gonNA see just is GonNa have I imagine a kind of bleak story end to set us up more wild. Following the. Good. You're. Going to say if it's following the history of the characters that we meet in Ghost form and breath of the wild. Sort of a giveaway.

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"hira" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"hira" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Fear your position fears losing everything to a lawsuit on you so that you know, we can like you said earlier Congress Path of love, protect solutions who are doing their best to save lives? That's gonna go a long way towards physicians using things that are outside of what? Yeah, standard by that proposed to you yet. It's a shame they're probably going to compromise that to the Democrats and That's that's concerning to me. I was really hoping that that would be the lawyers put a ton of money into a political campaign. Big time. They're one of the strongest lobbies in Washington. All right. Thank you. I sure appreciate it. Thank you Grab. All right, folks. Thank you. We're coming up on our AG report. Then we'll get back. Our phone lines are open 6 10 363 11 10 6 10 363 11 10 6 10 363 11 sent if you want to keep your car we are doing rapid fire. We'll get right back to it. 6 10 363 11 10 and now is a good time. NHS or buyers of roughly 35,000 contracts. Yesterday, The thought at least yesterday seemed to be that the big yielding stocks number had been mostly factored into the market. Prior to the USDA reports, the trade focus instead on the uncertainty about the extent of crop damage done, Teo the Iowa corn crop in the overnight train, We're seeing a little bit of reversal, Withy spot futures trading. Two cents lowers their record. This the soy bean market was Hira Sze, well supported by additional Chinese buying talk of dry weather conditions. For the last half of loggers right during that critical pod filling stage for soybeans, and some fun short covering is interesting to note. This is the market closed on Tuesday, we have rallied on the heels of what is arguably a Barry's USDA report at the closed last night Remember, futures were actually 26 cents per bushel higher than they were at the clothes on Tuesday. In the overnight trade. We have spots futures trading, down two cents. We benefited from spillover strength from the road crops and lack of farmers, telling with the start of the spring wheat harvest prices through additional support from fun short covering after the recent weakness in the wheat futures in the overnight rate, it looks like we're running on a treadmill. We've got Chicago, Kansas City.

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"hira" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"hira" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And immediately Hira worked himself into a bit of a jam. He Surrendered a single to Marcus Simeon, and then he walked Ramon Laureano. Then he had to face the three hole hitter Matt Chapman, who had homered in the first inning, but Diaz was ableto bear down. To to sway and I miss. He got him with the breaking ball. Big first out for higher Oh, Diaz sure was. It's the fired at moment of the game higher. Oh would eventually load the bases but then strike out Robbie Grossman to end that threat in the eighth. Iraqis, of course, had several terrific defensive plays. One of them came in the seventh is it was a much tighter game. At that point, leading 2 to 1, the ayes had put some traffic on the bases against Carlos Estevez. Stephen Piscotty was hit by a pitch with one out, and then he stole second base. He represented the tying run with two outs. Estevez was facing Sean Murphy. And here's Your catch of the game. Murphy ready waving that bet. Estep is ready and the pitch swing and a high fly ball deep down the left field line into the corner. Hampson shading his eyes. He leaps and makes the catch in foul ground at the wall. The Rockies fight the sun s step. His fights a little control problems, but he gets the job done. We're through seven in Oakland, and that was a terrific play. The catch of the game by Garrett Hampson brought to you by Rocky Mountain Cancer centers, providing nationally recognized treatment close to home. Find your specialists at Rocky Mountain Cancer centers. Dot com. Rocky's weren't done with the defense. We've got another terrific play. It's our power play. We'll get to that and check the scoreboard and look at games in American League parks. Rocky's be Thea's 5 to 1 will continue on the clubhouse show next on the Rockies radio network. Here's the latest.

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"hira" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"hira" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Dollars giving away to listeners in Milwaukee. We want our listeners in both Milwaukee and Madison to win this hour. So be sure to text the word coffee CO f f e two. Two hundred two hundred. Tweet. I saw from the athlete. Nick during the break. Now confirmed by brewers beat writer, Tom hardcore to the Milwaukee journal sentinel that the brewers are calling up their top prospect Casten Hira he is second baseman can play both infield positions. Just absolutely raking in the minor leagues. It was only a matter of time before the brewers did in fact, call him up, but he is now going to join the big club. I did not see a corresponding roster move producer. Dave, did you see who's being sent down or released or anything like that? I don't believe the brewers had a spot with someone going on the I still can't call it. The I L I'm sorry. I can call it the injured list. That's fine. It will always be the deal to me. I'm like Peterman from Seinfeld. It's always it's it will always be Burma to me. It's never going to be me and Martin never going to be the I L stop trying to make. I l happen. It's never going to happen. Let's get an update on the hateful Democrats. There is no hate quite like, the modern democratic parties hates for Jewish people and Israel, especially. This time. Surprisingly, it's not manifested in Ilhan, Omar. But Rashida till EIB yesterday, we outlined the controversy over her comments on Yahoo news skulduggery podcast in which she said, it it calms her spirited.

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"hira" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"hira" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But after the arrival of a religious society or civilization, everything character have changed the godfathers here. They're using your people to go around bringing more in the process. They're also getting addicted then also their character is destroyed and who got fathers here the dollar. I am very here. I'm really feared I cannot name any name here. The chairman had very good reason to be fine. And since we visited he's been killed shot. By miscreants, the press said in what locals believe was an incident related to his anti-abu stance. The people he wouldn't name a local Bangaladesh's, and that means not refugees the hinder bit-part players in the trade, but the fallout from this illicit business. Yep. As valuable for less than a dollar pop locally is profound. And one of the camp offices. We meet a widow Juara to relief. She felt in a rival here to safety with four children was short lived soon. One of her sons was in thrall to yadda did point video too high Totowa Hira would resolve stance when he used to take yoga an at home, you'd become very violent time-to-time where did you get the money to buy it money? The physically snatch money from me. He stole living with an unruly Jabre dick today. Teen year old was too much for Senator she made a plan and she took action without a Hamada hint within the marine, son. Did not know I was trying to send him to rehab centers didn't want to go. Then.

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