18 Burst results for "Homerton"
"homerton" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Games and twenty days after they learned about this terrifyingly reports that contamination in new zealand consulate and the new zealand consulate continues to sit on it until after the games because they don't want to damage relations with china and it's not until september eighth that helen clark. The prime minister of israel informally and openly reports that contamination chinese governments. Now i'm i'm emphasizing the date so much because every single day that they delay means another day were thousands of babies are drinking poison and are permanently damaging their kidneys trying to piss out kidney stones and the results of the delay. And this is this is a the the the. The first case is reported in february they like the. The chinese government finally react september and the results of this is three hundred thousand babies. Get sick fifty. Thousands are hospitalized in six children. Die and i to read this quote from the from the south china morning post you can get a sense of just the effect that this had homerton zone sun in their arms at beijing's children's hospital joe shuping cries as she tell us how angry in shock. She is to learn that the milk powder her son has been drinking. Could kill him. I couldn't fall asleep last night. She says. I feel so bad for having fed my baby. Toxic milk powder. Since the day he was born living on the mainland..
"homerton" Discussed on First Take
"We talk about the brody right we're talking about a guy that dominates okay. And i know some people may try to make an argument of what you leave or not john stockton. Don't give me that john. Stop the nonsense russell. Westbrook put up twenty one six last night without bradley beal. Could you play. John stockton with russell westbrook last night. And tell me josh. Not on the chain the homerton pert the person that james burke around him last night that john dot finish his game. Last night will hurt. Shawn's robin lopez will rock..
"homerton" Discussed on Behind The Scenes: Stranger Things 3
"Asked you and jessica micros because flocked to your bidding at the animals vengeance. You named his off day cruised. Don't just remember the faces of people who are wrong. They also remember those kind they tell each other who's look after and who to watch out for just all a bit broken right they. They're all been broken together. They're able to feel more whole. Shelley meals is a writer and co executive producer on shadow and bone. They were all alone in the world until they found each other and they have found this way to coexist that just really works for all of them. And i feel like we got super lucky because the chemistry just sizzles on the screen. You know when freddie kitin meet a met they just instantly sparked with each other and it felt like they've known each other for years and you can really sense that in your in their scenes together which is just electric on. I know what a million kruger means to me. What does it mean to you. Freedom from like at least two females it step belief in each other that sets the crows off on the biggest dangerous heist of their lives to kidnap the sun. Summoner now before we run off to rob. Let's spend some time in koetter. Dan in season one of shadow and bone. We only spend two episodes and koetter damn but that didn't stop. The shows creatives from going all in on building the world that lebron google had written in books it was inspired by the dutch republic of the seventeen. Hundreds and it is a cosmopolitan city full of commerce and tourism and trade. But just as their the hub of all legal trade. They're also the hub of all illegal trade and question. I wanted to ask with koetter. Down was sort of what happens when you let capitalism run amok to build the city where capitalism run amok shadow and bone show runner air kaiser and the art department started with the money. What does the money look like. And i said well krueger. It's important it's a it's a cash currency so it's paper and then they started asking me questions about what imagery would be on. The bills are figures. Historical otherwise on it and what colors are used. Is it color or is it just in one color. What is what is the written. Language guy had assumed english. But as soon as i saw it i went. Hang on this kind of breaks me from the idea that it is a fictional world. They hired the guy who created that authorized language. for game of thrones. David j peterson. He wound up creating multiple languages for the show. This level of detail extended throughout the set from the money to the cards on the table to the bottles of booze at the bar. The moment i saw a hoyle deck of cards next to are fictional currency. I was like well. This is not right so by our department than how to come up with a brand new number system and what. The numerals looked like it was based on set of suits. There is still four suits. That were not hearts diamonds. Spades and clubs the labels on all the alcohol at the bar. What were those bottles. He couldn't be just one language because they had some important off. Chouhan novi zam. What can we say about that history or that country by looking at what booze. They manufacture eric and his team jumped down a rabbit hole. When building the club and made actors like meat assuming fuel more immersed into koetter dam. And i just remember walking in into this bustling kind of casino areas with these beautiful chandeliers and such rich connors and the vibrancy again with the little details. We had hose poker chips and kind of alcoholic beverage or basu was had his own label. It was just magnificent alike. I truly felt like i was and it was incredible. I saw shots from the show. I thought oh my god. It looks expensive which is important you know. Fantasy is not just about the bloody battles or the magical powers. It's about that feeling of being transported and you cannot transport somebody successfully if they're constantly thinking well you know i feel like i could get that at the mall or i could order that online. They're instantly going to be pulled out of this world. we've met the crime. Family of the grecia verse. Let's meet the crew that created them. I want to take you inside the shadow and bone writer's room it all started in two thousand nineteen in a room in los angeles. We had these To mobile whiteboards on wheels that we just pivot around are big writer's room table that was full snacks and toys. And the whiteboards were where we Put magnetized cards on and figured out the story beats for the episode and it was messy but it was fun in right there in the room. Were gifts from fans reminding the writers of their beloved crows. We had a superfan. Who sent these little customize uncle pop figurines of the crows and so we had each of those in the middle of our table. Eric got into his philosophy for staffing the shadow and bone writer's room with my producer. Melissa slaughter who are you looking for to come into this room. What impact do they have what they do. Come in. how do you staff a writer's room very carefully and it touches on something that i i believe very passionately about this job. That is often said that you know the showrunner is like the tv autour. That is the singular voice that gives drive to the whole show. I did not agree with that position. for the show runner of shadow and bone. It is a world full of diverse cultures even albeit fictional ones but still inspired by real world in historical examples and for me to be the lone voice in this world felt extremely limiting it was fantastic. Writer's room again writer shelley meals. I the thing i really love about. It is how balanced it was. You know we had writers from vastly different backgrounds different countries genders abroad. Mix of ages sexual orientations. We even had a polyglot who speaks six languages. I mean it was a genuinely. Yeah okay. who's the person who speaks six languages. Nick homerton he co wrote episode. Five his maintain. He gets his emails in chinese by just so he can keep up on it. Mike nuts and chillier has been main lining fantasy and genre fiction since she could read in was especially thrilled to write for a nation and a lena's characters magic vampires demons. That's all my jams. So as a black woman. I was often frustrated by the lack of diversity in the jonah world rates fantasy world. So why is everybody white So the opportunity to be part of this epic fantasy series with eric. How and leaves amazing books where the two female easer women of color. I was like beyond drilled and we met christina strain in our first episode. Her personal experience helped mold lena. Character and growing up on a military base gave christina insight into how.
"homerton" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast
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"homerton" Discussed on Badass Agile
"Everybody. Thank you for tuning into another episode. I wanna talk to you about not only how to keep your own promises to yourself. And but how to create cultures that emphasize encourage and enable others to do the same. But first let's take a moment to remember why we're here to create an elite tribe of leaders who truly serve their clients in communities by doing what matters and what works relentlessly chasing value in. Excellence like a bad ass. There's so many resources out there. About what you need to do to be agile but we focus on who you need to become in order to lead teams so let's hammered down those fundamentals to create a truly unique and powerful force in this industry and remember if this helps you. Tell your friends. You can find me these days on clubhouse interacting with my tribe in the agile tribe in general jeff. Search for bad acid joan. You find me and also don't hesitate to sign up for the facebook data edge l listener lounge a try to bring my best stuff there. I but also you get exclusive access to discounts and special promotions and stuff that you can't get anywhere else so one jump on in be part of the tribe. Let's talk about promises when it comes to productivity. I say this with absolute certainty and i don't care if it flies in the face of everything you learn in your scrum. Agile kanban or safe classes. The biggest predictor of your ability to produce on a consistent basis and improve over time is your ability to keep promises when you keep promises you build trust when you keep promises things get done when you keep promises you get to benefit from the sense of virtue nobility and strength that comes from sticking your neck out on the line and holding yourself and others accountable for it now if we can keep promises not only to ourselves but if we can keep promises to others and they in turn learn to keep their promises to you now we have what's known as a high performing unit and none of that is predicated on whether or not we like each other. We hang out socially outside of the team room because now likeability is not a necessary prerequisite condition to success and positive energy in the room. It is wholly dependent on something that is much much easier to control. Trust being good to my word and knowing that you're good to yours the sometimes talk about making and keeping promises scarce people because when you make a promise and then you don't keep it for whatever reason people feel pressure they feel guilt. They feel shame and that forces people to paint themselves into a corner where they no longer feel comfortable making promises at all because they don't wanna feel the feelings of not being able to meet them or being exposed as being slower or less experienced or less confident or less comfortable than any person to the left or to the right of them we have to dismantle the negative association with the word. Promise some people like the word promise. Some people like the word commitment. Some people have a problem with both. But here's the truth that you can't avoid we can't get rid of this fact then in order for us to work together as a team you need to be able to plan your day based on the things that might be dependent on me or anybody else whether that's a prior deliverable whether that's me opening a door for you whether that is me enabling you with tools or or knowledge promises of the cornerstone of our day. You can't develop without a product owner telling you what their specification requirement is great. You need the product owners. Promise to spend time with. You can't test until a developer delivers a piece of code in the be a supports it with documentation. Great that qa person is counting on you keeping your promises in order to organize their time and their work and then to make and keep promises their own. But here's the deal. I think culturally. We've placed so much importance on the word promises because it means accountability it. It means. there is a chance that i won't keep my promise. So here's the with you. Take all of the negative emotion on all of the pressure out of the word promise commitment or accountability. You simply say either you keep your promise or you tell me that you can't keep your promise as soon as you know that you can't keep it and i will either renegotiate with you. That is to say reduce the scope. Break a big thing into a smaller thing create a new addition of the mvp. Or i will crack open doors. Bring all of the resources that i can possibly access to bear to help you. Keep your promise. This is the purpose of the daily stand up to create an escape and release valve for all of the promises that we make. That are hard to keep because the world is changing around us because other people don't keep their promises because there's been a situational change. There's been bad news. We misunderstood the expectation. All of those things should no longer carry negative charge. Not keeping your promise is okay as long as you can communicate as soon as you know. You can't not keeping. Your promises is not a function of your character. It's not a reason to carry. Shame or guilt not keeping your promises might simply be saying. I didn't have all the information. I didn't understand the expectation. I didn't have the tools and resources that were necessary. What we don't want to have happen though is to take those reasons and turn them into excuses so the minute that reason comes up you communicate it you ask for help. You recruit assistance. Which you don't do is simply homerton tech foot and let the deadline or the milestone pass and then use all of those reasons as excuses for leading your team down. Do you see the difference when you frame it. that way. the mindset is either we win or we learn which is such an important mindset shift as a team either we get good at keeping our promises we keep our promises or we learn why we couldn't keep our promises so that it's easier to make better more predictable promises in the future and that's where certainty and confidence comes from. An every team wants more certainty and more confidence. I guarantee your stakeholders do not do that. Your agile team can shine. I was running a room in clubhouse yesterday that was all about. How can we keep each other accountable. Where are your goals where you're struggling. And what support in resources do you need to fix. It proposed an experiment with yourself. Here's what i'd like to try to help me get better at meeting my goals and i want someone else in the room to keep me. Accountable the beloved swim. Buddy someone to check in with you. And say hey. You made a promise of x. Are you on track or you struggling. And if you're struggling what can i do to pull you out of the quicksand and put a tick in the victory column for you. That's what teamwork means. People always ask. How do you create high performing teams. Especially when you've been handed a team you can't control the quality the mindset or the attitude of the members. This is the secret this is the key. This is what makes awesome teams It works even better in my experience. If i consider myself as accountable for your promises as you do.
"homerton" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action
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"homerton" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action
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"homerton" Discussed on KCRW
"And sure enough the section next to the woods is infested with lantern flies a lot of lines are dead already from last year's attack we had lanterns life just kind of pouring out of these trees last year and invading this area here and then down on this hill vineyard owners can spray insecticides and protector crop but that's costly and it can kill helpful insects like bees and lady bugs also it doesn't help with the bigger problem the damage lantern flies can cause two whole ecosystems leach says scientists are worried they might kill off some trees and forests were also starting to see early indications of displacement of other insects and as a result displacement of birds as well but maybe she says if the problem came from China the solution could too you see back in China the lantern fly has natural enemies that hold it in check tiny wasps so small you can barely see the scientists from the US department of agriculture have brought two kinds of these wasps the United States they're under quarantine in a couple of USDA labs like the beneficial insects introduction laugh in Newark Delaware. two USDA scientists Amanda stout Kim Homerton beat the way into the quarantine room were all suited up in white overalls head to toe that next stores high security. this quarantine zone is filled with these environmental chambers they look like big refrigerators Homer opens one up and pointed me towards something in a sealed container there's a little white thing about a quarter of an inch long with the dark yeah I find in there that is the cocoon this is one stage in the life cycle of a lantern flight killing one..
"homerton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I mean to hear that, that the credit with the other ones you probably put the list wouldn't matter what order those are team store and many of those performances they're able to do or because if he made three able to get the ball down. So I don't really get what were you put the rest of those in I guess, whatever it is it somewhat. But the question today all by far that goal put on a heck of a game when he did that. Hey, that's a great call. I appreciate you. Listen to thanks for the call. You have a great night. I think he makes it great on scooter in the number of pitchers so much. So it intrigued me to look it up a scooter genetics. Four home run night. The first one was, John brea, the set while the first off Adam Wainwright in it breathe or breviary. He went off, John Gant. Let's see scooter one than one, one. I'm trying to think of who the other hit two off of Gant. It looks like Gant in the fourth in the six. Yeah. Again, had three inning relief appearance. So we hit the four off of three different pitchers. I think that's a fair point for consideration. Let me give you Steve Logan on this list now it's one thing. Say, well he scored a career-high forty one points, but he single handedly, outscored the other team southern miss. You see beats other miss that night, forty one thirty seven or I mean he's outscored them forty one to thirty seven you see one eighty nine to thirty seven that was February of two thousand two. He was twelve of eighteen from the field, hit eight of thirteen three pointer Steve logo one of my favorite UC players of all time that has to get some consent, that's not a just discard because it was a lot of point that was wait a minute. Hang around, let's debate this because it was single handedly outscoring another team. I will say this gets very strong consideration. I see it pop up on the board. And it is on my list. Jeff is in Cincinnati, and he's on seven hundred wwl w Jeff. Sent you couple of emails and now I can talk to you. Yeah. Well, I have another one. That's molar different Janette our champs game. Yes. In fact, and he came in late in the game is a substitute that three times in that game. Forward all free time. So three different pitchers. Believable including offer came in a home run. It brought in a left the face yet a home run in the game ended with him in the index or think about that for a second. He enters the game in the eighth and homers, and then hits two extra inning homers. Are you? Exactly my point. And then and can I in this? Homerton is next. In another was going to say if we could extend it out, although it doesn't fit for our category. Then pinch hit and homered two days later so four consecutive plate appearances. I did too. Yes, but. Dame. Absolutely absolute-. That's a very good one. I'm glad you called tonight. Thank you. Take your was April twelve nineteen sixty six. Eighth-inning homer. And then too. I mean how many players at one. Think of how many players in the history of baseball. Hit multiple home runs at extra innings. Art. Shame ski did it three consecutive plate appearances in a game. He did not start. And while this doesn't qualify for part of this consideration he then pinch hits and homered two days later to extend his streak that is spectacular. All right. I think we can squeeze in some more as we continue. Yes, we'll do that. Plus we talked last night during our sports talk extravaganza, six hours. We talked about deals at our reds game had to go to a game on the cheap at maybe get your family to a game and experienced great American ballpark..
"homerton" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"homerton" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Andy mazer Seattle showed watch off to his best start ever. And also why leads the American League in home runs whites? Actual the victims yesterday in a nine to two loss to the Mariners. Jay Bruce with two solo homers. Tim Beckham watch a three run shot giving Seattle twenty four long balls on the season. Sanderson Homerton had three hits for the second straight day and Jose goes deep for the White Sox in the loss game coming up this afternoon. I'll have the pre game at twelve thirty five n j the call at one ten here on WGN, another slugfest in Milwaukee. But this time the cubs out slugged the brewers in a fourteen eight win at Miller park because their six game losing skid using the long ball. Jason heyward. Smacking is I you home runs of the season. How Victor teeny also homering the series finale coming up today in Milwaukee. Cubs. Have also said Carl Edwards junior to triple A and it plays. Mike Montgomery on the ten day injured list hockey season over in Chicago. The Blackhawks played their final game last night. They fall Nashville five to two putting a ball on twenty nineteen. Patrick Kane insisted on one of the goals giving him a career best one hundred and ten points. He's just the fourth American born player to reach that milestone. Mark Nashville takes the central division for the second straight season tournament yesterday. Number three, Texas Tech over number two. Michigan state sixty one fifty one and number one Virginia beat number five hundred sixty three sixty two not without a little controversy. After Auburn took a two point lead Virginia inbounded the ball with one point five seconds left. A foul. Call with under a second ago gives the Cavaliers three free throws and the win national championship game. Tomorrow night, Texas Tech and Virginia in Minneapolis bowl schools, making their first ever trip to the championship game. And the bulls fall to the seventy Sixers yesterday wants sixteen ninety six at the UC on the home of the Blackhawks northwestern Wildcats and White Sox baseball, Andy mazer, WGN sports WGN. Graphic busy day in sports. A very busy day in sports. Nice to hear baseball again. I was gonna say you just you read my mind one word sums it up and put you in a better frame of mind. Beer -aseball to. Yes. Three Bs here. Beer, baseball and Braatz, maybe not met order necessarily. That's nice. Nice. Are you experience any of that out of the ballpark? Andy nothing yet right now, it's a bathing of the seats. These now or cleaning the seats. Steamed crabs are Washington right now basement around bathing and Braatz. I mean, I can't think of for better vs. Well, maybe I could think of a couple. Let's not shut the shed right? Okay. We've only just begun. I like to I like to wait till we get in trouble till about ten thirty or so feet to work into it. Right. So as you look out are you up in the press box right now, just the people of visual immature up in the press box. Overlooking guaranteeing field, right? And you are seeing. Well, there's stance. Yeah. There's a lot of this is my favorite time to be at the ballpark. It's really quiet and there's different south here during the game Roger Bossard and his crew out there right now working on home plate. They're putting some new dirt on the infield. The power-washing is going on in the upper deck in the outfield. Also now on the lower bowl. The the one thing that this concern me is the tarp is away from the the wall here. So that that's one thing. I get a little nervous about. But you know, there are some showers in the forecast, but they say it's not going to be a complete wash. I don't want to Trump you there twenty with your weather forecast coming up, but it's the little great little cloudier. But I see some some breaking up over the the lake. That's basically the forecast the sun to work together. This 'harmonious. I love the you're you're like the the Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney of severance and weather. You could just call us the dynamic duo. Raise. Sir. Oh boy. Okay. That's all I got. That's all I got from here for literally for the whole show. That's all. Got. And you can sign it's up to us. The next time. The next time you're on you can say things like atomic boosters to power and turbines to speed was just part of the dynamic duo starting early in. Well, you said we work harmoniously. Amick duo, they always digit. Okay. Good. Case you want. Can we move on? Now. Okay. You're you're busy wallowing in nineteen sixty six sixty seven at nine ten now. WGN traffic.
"homerton" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"It's called the Red Hand fish is the one that I saw at the aquarium that I was at ripped balls on because it had hands it. What's harming? But then people started sending me a Meam. And there is a neem out there of this exact fish, so yes, all the people that sent me the mean going is this official. Yes, you're right. It's it's the fish holding its arms out between the two rocks. And just up onto says, excuse me rocks. Oh my God. Looking and yes that is the fish. I know it is the Red Hand fish. That's what I looked at up could have a more official name the one in the mean is yellow my God, isn't that? But isn't it? Zere saving Stephen showing us a photo of him. He's disturbingly excuse me rocks. So yes, this is the fish. We were talking about last time everybody back on Twitter because as far as I know, I know do anything wrong Instagram, maybe one person comments on thing other than. Yeah. You gotta jump on Twitter and just people let you know, I actually responded to that Libya Coleman because the Olympia Coleman message that she was actually on that Mitch on web look came in. I would say at like seven thirty AM. Ouch. And then I just I wrote back while corrections corner starting early on this one. You gotta know. Yeah. You gotta know. We've got to be told don't like it. We do. Also, just I I'm so behind on my true crime TV there's people who constantly like have you seen finding Neverland? Have you seen whatever these shows are that come out? And I'm I would say I'm five behind which ones are that. We need to watch. Oh, dude. There's one. Yes. What were you gonna say? Would. I I mean, the list goes on all the ones everyone's already talked about this one where this girl gets kidnapped by her neighbor. Yes, it is the most fucked up fucking show I've ever seen. What is it called? Hello. Yes. -ducted in plain sight. Yes. Even I think you actually told me about it. Yeah. I text was one of those are you watching this right now in freaking the fuck out alone. And I just figured that. You'd have to put it on the exact same friend. I was alone at home drinking white wine. Should we just done that happened? Yeah. It does. It just didn't know how fucked up. It would be listen there's aliens it's just it's similar to finding leaving Neverland because it's like why didn't the parents do anything. Right. We'll you know. What's funny? I have listen to people talk about this and quietly smiled and nodded my head because I haven't watched it. And every time I go to watch anything all in want to do is watch this Prentice, I'm almost through the rest of season sick. I don't wanna waste my time on this thing. I want to go to I'm in this kind of like weird violence yet philosophical on. We I don't wanna go into child molestation. I mean, it's very. Triggering and troubling an awful awful. It's what we all pay attention to. I mean, it's just fucked up, and it's cautionary. Yeah. It's a lot. It's a lot. Yeah. It's people need to know. This is how it happened. Right. They need to know the should know. All right. Speaking of crime, speaking of true crime Livia Cole. Her all moderates Homerton college. Cambridge is hoping to that one. You get. So that everyone was like come on. We all have Komen bingo that we're playing she going to say what college she wouldn't talk about her first college, not just her theatre school. That's right. What she doing twenty seventeen. We wanna know pockets pockets pocket, I need that. I n g. That. C b I engine right pockets. He garin. Yes. Here's something. Interesting. Did you know that studies show that security systems deter burglars? Did know that it's a fact, but there's a burglary every eight seconds in America. Well, burglars don't give up just because some houses have security systems. They find.
"homerton" Discussed on /Film Daily
"And yeah, there's sort of like a he called it a slightly rough around the edges station nearby. That is a rail station in east London called Homerton. So that's why they named the bear from annihilation Homerton. So yeah, I had like two skull masks, and my wife Amy did this amazing job of cutting them up, and sort of easing all this prop glue and stuff to to glue them together. Where basically he was wearing two skulls. You can see a picture of it on my Twitter Instagram, if you wanna look, but what will? Yeah, it's. Yeah. It's it's pretty horrifying. And I had I like isolated the sound clips from the movie where the the bear is screaming with a human voice. And I had that on my phone as a song. So just play it, you know, sometimes throughout the the party when I was trying to mess with people, and there are a few kids there, and they were appropriately terrified of me. So I kind of felt a little bad about that. Because there were like they were a toddler who were just look up at me in, you know, sheer terror cell, but you know, you gotta gotta scare them early. I guess yeah. You gotta get them in the whole wing spirits. What have you been up to? Now. I'm just imagining like a Paddington station crossover. In which may be there long lost cousins. Anyways. I also went to a sort of a combination party when I went to New York this weekend. So I went up to the city to check out my new apartment and a sign for which I'm very excited for moving in in about two weeks. And while I was there. I tend to my friend's house one party which doubled as a Halloween party. Just by coincidence. I happen to live like ten minutes away from where my new -partment. So is very exciting as well. And I dressed up as the thirteenth doctor only one person knew who I was. But she was very excited to see that. I was just as that. Now, kind of like a bargain Denver Asian of the thirteenth doctor because I just kind of cobbled together a bunch of clothing items already had and then use my like eleventh, doctor fun exclude IRA.
"homerton" Discussed on /Film Daily
"And the library and and whatnot. But I thought the addition was always a movie theater, but it's actually a concert venue. Most of the time and fog hat, the classic rock band was. The concert coming up there soon or maybe just had or something like that. So that was kind of interesting to find out. Yeah. It's always strange go to a place that you're usually like, you know, I've been going to Comecon for I think like ten years now and just recently or like a year or two ago, I went to San Diego when it wasn't comic on. It's so strange to be at this place when it's completely different than what your experience of it is. Yeah, for sure I've I've been the San Diego when comic onto the ground leader. And it's very weird. Yeah. Shakeup, what have you been up to even getting ready for Halloween? Yeah. I've got a very uneventful week LA nothing. Exciting talk about except that my wife, and I decided that since we have a house now, we need to have proper trick or treaters plans in our neighborhoods grown by leaps and bounds since last year, and we expect to get a few kids. So I don't know. This is a thing that's known to kids who didn't grow up in the suburbs by no growing up in series of suburbs throughout my life. There's always a one house, and they gave up full size candy bars every year, and they're always they would allege. Terry house you've got their first to make she get your full size candy bar. It's my wife, and I decided to be that house. We'll be that lived in. We went and bought a bunch of full size, candy bars. Kids kids will know us. We'll be the legends of the neighborhood. But did you get good full-size, candy bars? We gotta make sure everything there a couple different packages of all the different varieties. So I think I I think everybody will be pleased. There'll be something for everyone. So you're going to let the people pick it out pick out, which of course, I'm not Holloway Nazi Peter. I let the kids choose. I wish I had a house. I live in a condo. And I wish I had a house because I would totally be that house on the block that like deck's out there front yard with all like, huge dalwin decorations. Have you done that this year? Nothing extreme yet. We actually went and had some some Halloween clearance. You gotta watch their relationships. So glad you're gonna hang himself tonight. And we got a project yours can particularly ghost the images of their former house. So nothing like all out like my brother, for example. I went to his house where he had like a blue. Attending scarecrows. He had made. A staged hit and run on his driveway the dead body. I all kinds of music playing speaker. He goes all out. We just have a few, you know, fundable decorations, but maybe next year maybe next year. I'll try to do something a little more extreme. Ben what have you been up to? So my wife, and I went to a Halloween party slash baby shower over the weekend. And it was sort of like a is that work. Well, my my friends are my. Yeah. The the. My friend and his wife are about to have a baby. And they are just they just love Halloween, and they're just decided to combine the two celebrations. So it was basically just like where costume to come. Celebrate the fact that we're having a baby, and you know, the they did gifts and the whole deal on they had some fun games and stuff like that there. But it was basically just an excuse for everybody to hang out and for grown adults to wear costumes together in the middle of the day. So yeah, it was fun. I dressed up as the horrifying mutant bear from annihilation. Which by the way, that bear actually has a name does anybody know what that bears name is? Kevin. No, it's not Kevin. But he knows the name. It has to be Chris Christina the name. I forgot I remember I read an article about an Entertainment Weekly, and I already forgot it. The bears name has Homerton and the reason for that is that Andrew Whitehurst was the visual effect supervisor for both annihilation and Paddington and Paddington obviously is named after Paddington station in London..
"homerton" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Commute many hours or relocated? How's it affected things with friends? Just give us a update. Yeah. Well, thankfully I relocated actually years ago. So I've been living in Thousand Oaks. Oh, closer to LA. Yeah. I mean, it steadily changed my life in terms of acting been on way more auditions. I might not have gotten anything yet are doing the animated Addams family, so that's super exciting. But yeah, I've been like auditioning time more which is still just great and like I'm starting to feel better about myself in terms of acting and having a little faith in myself in terms of friends. So it's like there's some like I have like three actual high school friends still because now I'm doing home schooling. Yeah, it's I get to work in my own schedule, so that's nice. And I don't have to worry about missing school as much, but you know, they're supportive also. They don't really care that much. I was reading that you know when somebody was asking you about your your close friends, you're saying you tend to be friendlier with some of these older folks you've worked with including boat, right? We're still good a. Remain in touch on this. Absolutely. Yeah. He's, he's like one of my best friends. If not my best friend, let's guys made something really special and thinking. Thank you. Thank you for having me helps Louis. And now for my interview with Livia comb. Thank you so much for Dennis, we always begin just some of the basics where you born and raised in, what did your folks do for a living? I was born in Ren worth in Norfolk, England, and my mom was a nurse district nece which means she would visit people who couldn't get to the most people on my that was a childhood surveyor and we're movies or TV or theater big part of your life growing up. And if so, any that stand out in your memory and particular as a Kate, I sort of remember the Christmas movies every sound of music on every and Chitty bang, bang for the first time with my daughter, the other day and AT things that I heard it for television. You. You were big Dallas person. I came in. Hey, you know, Dallas and tennis and the Colby's some of the high. So. Just the American glamour of it'll I used to out to stay up and watch. So as you kind of were entering Allison's, I from what I was able to gather. You say that you were somebody who projected a lot of happiness and confidence and whatever, but that you were, you had a little inner turmoil as a lot of young people do was how what kind of kid were you what was going on? I think how basically a happy kid and just normal teen stuff, you know, and you get a teenager, wasn't happy good anything until I discovered my school play. And then I suddenly found the same tiled and that was those. You're sixteen what? What happened? How did it was the start? It was the prime of Mrcina Brody and tool dishing at school at school and Jean Brodie. The kid played up. We had no idea what it what it meant. And did you get particularly good feedback about or was it just the process that you enjoy it? Just the process, I think, yeah. So then it shortly thereafter becomes time to go off to, you know university. What was the outlook at that point? What did you think you're gonna be doing? Where did you go to when I had to go back to school for an extra? Yeah, because I did so badly. Exams had to go back to another subject to cause no university would have me. And then I got into Homerton which is the teacher training college in Cambridge, and I didn't last very long just wasn't good studying with the idea had been that you would come out of that being a schoolteacher sought of this, although I didn't really ever want to do that, but I just didn't know that I could be an actor so I thought it went too long. Did it and then what there? No one knew..
Mark Zuckerberg Just Beat Out Warren Buffett to Be the World's Third Richest Person
"Resort release dot com he's just thirty four and is now the world's third richest person forbes reports that facebook founder mark zuckerberg is passed warren buffett and is worth eighty one point six billion dollars that's about three hundred seventy three million more than buffet for the first time the world's three richest people are all tech titans amazon's jeff bezos at one hundred forty one billion bill gates ninety three billion and zuckerberg i'm bill michaels a new report says alabama has more fast food restaurants per capita than any other state web did company data affinity did research on how many fast food restaurants each state has for every ten thousand people alabama came out on top of six point three fast food joints nebraska came in second followed closely by west virginia and oklahoma state with the least amount of fast food restaurants is ron i'm barton eckerd now this bloomberg sports update jose bautista grand slam with two on the bottom of the ninth lifted the nets to two one win over tampa bay in an interleague matchup teesta homer to left field on the first picci's off for his first career walk off blast it was his sixth home run of the season and gave the men's just their third win in their last eighteen games at home jacob degrom was once again stellar for the mets allowing just one run and four hits while striking out eight an issuing one walk over eight innings to ground leads all the baseball will the one point seven nine earned run average meanwhile justin smoak could a three run homer x yangyang gervis alert hey reach base four times and the toronto blue jays beat the yankees sixty to smoke connected in toronto's five run second inning when the blue jays band around and put an early into struggling righthander sonny gray who last dress two innings allowing five runs on six hits grain out five and seven aaron hicks homerton had to rbi in the opener of the yankees eleven game road trip serena williams after wimbledon winning streak to seventeen matches she moves into the fourth round with the victory over christina ladonna that your friend's sister venus loses to kiki burton's serena will take on again the rudeina of russia who upset madison keys roger federer is in the fourth round after a straightset victory over yon leonard stroke in germany and john essner reaches the fourth round for the first time in his wimbledon career the corner finals of the world cup or halfway done in russia french urguay to nil on friday and belgium edge brazil two to one belgium in france will play each other in the semifinals tuesday the corner finals continue later today as host russia faces croatia and sweden clashes with england dwight howard straight from the hornets to the nets in exchange for tomorrow famous gov hamadu diyala when a twenty twenty one second round draft pick was approved by the nba clearing howard to be bought out by brooklyn so he can sign with the wizards will the bloomberg sports update i'm tom rogers welcome to bloomberg law i'm jim also ahead in this hour supreme court was especially divide this term with eighteen decisions that went down audio logical lines stogies by the number of the leading contenders to replace justice anthony kennedy four of the country's largest cities are joining the legal fight against trump's immigration policies and will sinclair broadcast group get permission to by tribune media and become a broadcasting powerhouse sinclair broadcast group wants to become a broadcasting powerhouse by buying tribune media for three point nine billion dollars so it spinning off tv stations from pennsylvania to california in order to comply with us limits on broadcast.
"homerton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Because what's being hired the people that are being hired not only great coaches overall but also on great players in this conference but i think you the people in the country say you know board down south eastern conference great football coaches great players any great athletic directors i think that's what you're going to see them move down here in our ceus starting we you know john let me jump in you're right in one of the luxuries of this job in there are many is you get to meet these gentlemen and women and you you get to spend time with them and i mean we just had to athletic directors on back to back from tennessee and athletic director i know i know both long time greg byrne is greg burns dad was athletic director texas am nebraska philip homerton i mean i in full disclosure here and thanks for the call johnny phillip fulmer i was always a fan of his and then when when he at the end there are a lot of controversies and we found ourselves on opposite sides occasionally but you know what i've always admired about him is his loyalty in his passion toward his school and and to consider what happened not only was he let go after winning a national championship and being a national a hall of fame coach and he was denied the athlete director ship is at his alma mater in favor of someone who didn't care to bits about the school was just another athletic director out for a new deal and after that gentleman flamed out the same person who turned full former down offer him the job again there was no acrimony he accepted it went on a breakneck.
"homerton" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Yeah he's the guy who also came out and it didn't have a pitcher ready so they gotta win a bunch of games for them to forget all about this and they will eventually but he's put himself in a difficult position it can happen you know fuck show on and told me many years ago look there's a reason and i managed all those years of the minor leagues there's a reason people going to fall to manage it is an art to there's an art to the job you have to learn how to do it and we we we don't have a whole lot of experience some of our managers today and some of them are going to learn how to do it the hard way jose barea so the minnesota twins had an unbelievable day on sunday a complete game shutout this minnesota twins starting pitching has not allowed to run yet but in that game on sunday we had one of our first unwritten rules type situations pop up in baseball two thousand eighteen give listen tim to chance cisco at the plate funding for a day set you'll get one skin stand up and applaud well they give it to you take how many times we heard that too because so many clubs but the prominent shift on that bait when the orioles leave spring training they will know how to do this that was a call on mass and from gary thorne and jim homerton a blunt in the ninth inning with the score.