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"imaginer" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"imaginer" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

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"imaginer" Discussed on Serial Psych

Serial Psych

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"imaginer" Discussed on Serial Psych

"With a dixie cup after that after that dog was saying you know what they call them. No don't make. i'm not making fun. I love don't enforce sabbath or abbott r. p. rip sabbath hashtag r.i.p sabbath even with this delusion about blood. Richard knew something was off any normal person would know something was off so he actually went to a psychiatrist. Who's neighborhood thought. He was normal until the blood came out of his fangs. Oh god this psychiatrists told him that. The most common cause of impotence was suppressed anger toward women. Fuck the patriarchy no. He's basically blaming women for impotence. Gotta aim it in the right direction. Richard along with the delusions also a pathological liar and a thief which he had no remorse for the episode three episode three pathological out guys pathological In nineteen seventy at the age of twenty. Richard moved out of his parents house and into apartment with two girls that he knew photo. That's him yes wow. He certainly changed highschool twenty. He wouldn't get an he wasn't enough. Blood has died on that apparently by the way he's still dirty in refusing to shower. Well shows it as an unmedicated. Schizophrenic the two girls were called him as being putrid refusing to shower or wash his clothes. So how did the two girls not kick him out sooner. i guess we're seen him an independent. I guess it was the late it was the seventies and richard was a small time. Drug dealer always doing drugs. Yeah he dealt. We'd and acid release with and often got high off his own supply which is drug dealer rule number one. Because i looked it up. I looked up drug dealer rules. You never get high off your own supply scarface said. Don't get hang on y'all up apply. I never saw that movie either when he was living with the girls. His drug use became extreme because of the girls or no just just just while he was living there did. Yeah in it to win it But a lot of people with schizophrenia. drugs or alcohol to kind of suppress their symptom coping mechanism. Yes unhealthy coping mechanism. Although we'd is not unhealthy just saying so. That explains independence. All these people know going around the square now the vampires no trying to cope now. They do meth. Which brings psychosocial. And i've never seen a single animal on the square. The lights going on. Everybody know being like i said don't encourage him. The two worlds are actually terrified of richard. His drug use schizophrenia and just plain weirdness. Just was not fighting after a while of living with richard instead of asking him to leave the to curls. Just abandon the apartment. Late i not. I wouldn't tolerate little. I just thought that was funny. Like they just left one day headed out. What year was that. Nineteen seventy is when they when he moved in with them. I don't know the year when they left just wondering how long they stayed with him. I have no idea. I wish i knew. I wonder if he did. The living room routine will probably i mean it was one of his favorite pastimes like playing. You know brought home a date tradition. Everybody oh they're there On the floor there is my friend. Okay no around this time. Richard began having delusions about his body. Not just blood and he had a lot of anatomy books which penetrated perpetuated. That's the word his delusion. He believed that his heart stopped beating every now and then his stomach was put in backwards and bones were growing out of his head. Who'd gone after the two girls moved out. Richard began going back and forth between his parents until settling with his grandma for about a year dirt. Poor grandma's house just moving around mom dad mom dad mom dad grandma and then those two roommates no they they they they don't wanna sequel no during all this time. Richard was in and out of psychiatric hospitals as well. He was seen by professionals and basically was released with a diagnosis of weird He hasn't is that true. Yeah no you say you're weird now. And then but he he was just released with. No real diagnosis is. He hasn't been diagnosed with schizophrenia yet. You must've went to concentre in. Nineteen seventy three or seventy four. Richard went to the american river hospital claiming that his heart and kidneys stopped working his pulmonary artery had been stolen and his blood had stopped flowing. This is when he was finally diagnosed with schizophrenia. But the doctors determined that he was not a danger to himself or others. The fuck is wrong with these doctors. Richard didn't mention the killing of animals or drinking their blood ages talked about his delusions while He then started complaining to imaginary friend that his mom was poisoning him and controlling his mind. Persecution was the name of the imaginer for. I don't know. Probably some stephen stevie yeah his parents then thought this would be a perfect time for richard to start living by himself and get his own apartment. Him and steve. Yes heaven steve. The best remain ever. He didn't complain about richard's stinky nece. Even though quite a few doctors recommended that richard be supervised yes while living on his own he bought. Many rabbits killed them and drink their blood or eight them. Raw i. I don't know how he did not get banned from pet stores because it was a lot of rabbits a search of his home after his arrest found a blender with blood and other types of of animal. Megan suck and rabbit smoothies. Yes that's just that's never going to be sold at panerabread. Horrible jokes keep coming is. Oh fucking gross. Yes rabbits movies by his own account. He was doing.

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"imaginer" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

The Power Trip After Party

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"imaginer" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

"Sounds great yeah fair from getting that. So good zach. Halverson off faulk. I quit. i'm going back home. I i had a buddy of mine. Who tried the acting surrogate of a while back and he told me that there were a lot of times you. This is back before like the internet is what it is but you would go and it'd be like hey they need this a role you get there and it's fucking porn. Does that still. Is that still a thing now if you have a legitimate if you're trying to get the auditions yourself and then you gotta be really careful about failed train if you have representation manager and agent. That's looking out for you. Then they won't but some people. There's that cost man. There's that soft porn that's the simulated sex that knock more about that. That's why zack's here I've a buddy who was in the social network and he's he's a really good actor great performer but in the eighties he ended up no field but yet cinemax because he just didn't have any credit so he was in a soft porn performer goofy sidekick but that's read it. Wow wow so. There's yeah. I you know it's it is sad to hear i. I have heard of female friends from minnesota. Go out there and Some also you start getting talked into certain things milk missy peterman argo chose topless. No kidding i believe messy if you're listening. Also minnesota state mankato lover. Yeah and And she got on set and she went aside and she said she called her agents and they contact the casting and they said okay great. We'll just arrange it so and you don't see your topless. But i believe she said when i talked to her once she was initially wanted her topless for that scene in fargo and she no she said no thank you and that's a huge thing. Imaginer doesn't credits. He's working with the cohen brothers. Took a huge strength for her to say well. Fuck that will right. That is one of the craziest thing that actors have to deal with when i was on criminal minds at this small coast star one line a great show and there's twenty extra sitting behind me and i've seen this onset. Where if you give them any reason you flood align or they're just not feeling her you look nervous they'll just say let's let's be back in the trailer you come up you say this line and they'll just remove you kind of what we do with sauces sports updates that if people zach zach always worked out real well speaking of replacements. This is a podcast of this makes no sense for you Listening in the future. But how about breaking news agent is sent me this too Mike critters the the host of jeopardy stepping down effective immediately basically saying the negative attention isn't worth it and he's good away. You don't need that s okay. How much so basically said thanks for the opportunity. Dream job blah blah blah blah blah but as a result of All the negative attention. It's not worth it. I'm gonna move away from this and the search will continue. Wow that's kind of a quick. Didn't some other stuff genius. I don't know. I don't know stuff happen though. Didn't they claim that like he'd said some.

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"imaginer" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"imaginer" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

"To this. This is the mecca. Exports garden had the mecca of all right so speaking of the mecca campbell walker officially a new york knick today two years eighteen mill. What a. I mean just excellent job done by none other than leon rose. Rose team might be. The theme of the episode. Replacing him in boston. Though is by is a man known as dennis. Schroder dennis schreuder. He's done some great stuff as a six man. He goes to the lakers last year. As part of their title plans and at one point during the season he gets offered a four year. Eighty four million dollars extension. Twenty-one mil per year and his belief is he's going to be able to get four years one hundred million dollars which would be a large increase. Twenty five percent are twenty percent increase in his salary. Which that's a big bump. If i got off for that. I've potentially hold out for that you the same. Unfortunately the back half of the season does not go as planned lebron's injured and the wash king. Anthony davis la- mickey and all of a sudden dennis shooter has no more is poor poor by the name of one year. Five point nine million dollars. So six mil from twenty one loss of fifty million dollars annually. And a. i'm coming to you today with a proposition that i think will be amongst the toughest to convince you on but given that. He's a celtic. Given that you love. You don't hate dennis shooter by shirt but like everyone's laughing danny schreuder ewing. That's that's that's what my thing is. It's like if i'm dennis router and you're seeing just how ripped you're getting on the internet like why not make funny post of you literally sitting on just six million dollars and like are you guys. Actually the ones laughing at me like the internet is crying. Poor for dennis schreuder right now and he is going to walk home in three hundred sixty five days six million dollars richer. And you know what i actually like. I love the whole bet on yourself or double d. This is going to be my proposal. I want to be a want us to become the biggest. Dennis schroder ruder fans ever. I don't know why like. I have no clue why special like the fact that he's a celtic for nixon sixers fans. Who is gonna be a tough tough feeling but i wanna root for him see him ball out for the celtics and get that for for once wani and i just kind of want to be on the other side of everyone else. Who's like trolling now for someone. Who runs a page post. Last words content. It is way more convenient to go with the jokes. 'cause very easy to get off yes. He still netting six male. But you did just lose out on fifteen million plus so i made when dennis schreuder decline that contract. Think about what you guys just gave evan. Forty four year. Seventy four million dollars. Like i don't necessarily think it was out of the realm of possibilities at dennis shooter could easily conveyed more than eighty four. Just shit went wrong for the lakers this year. And that's just how the cookie crumbles the fat. I don't think he's wrong for declining that contract at all and the fact that they're his asian is probably the one who needs to be fired in the whole thing like okay. I get that by the end of the season. He wasn't four for eighty four but he wasn't too for thirty like imaginer. Imagine dennis shooter like calls intel's asia and he's like no. I'm not doing that as agents like a really think you should. He's like nope. I'm going to get more mature like all right. I'll tell the lakers than dennis shooter goes back and he starts yelling at his dude. You're the one that's asked not me. I wasn't the one on the core for the lakers. Yeah yeah i mean. He didn't play great he he was it. Put a feel like it only really hit that downward spiral like in the playoffs. Like he went from unusable. He went he mind. Keep in mind if dennis schroder If he accepts that contract for for eighty four in my opinion there's a seventy percent chance that he signed on to play with the lakers for four years and starting next season. He would've been in washington with the wizards like he would have been part of that deal to get westbrook but but now this point four for eighty four he would add four for eighty four but now at this point he's playing one very six million dollars and he can go get paid after next year. That that's also why be stuck like you signed a play at la and you if just the business part of sports you're forced eleven washington under that contract capitol building. Yeah nothing wrong with say aves eve teasing the politics. Coming later in the podcast. I well. let's let's take us back though and look at where the boston point guard situation landed. They signed kemba that massive deal. He's supposed to be. The third piece. Goes tatum and brown. Obviously it doesn't work out tatum. Now an off season get healthy. The knicks get him on a discount because he took more money to play at home. The thunder biosteel. Like everything's beautiful there. And now the celtics were placed kemba with a very cheap point guard. He has a perfect situation succeed. Like he's probably starting on day. One next the tatum brown they can cover for him. Defensively i feel like this actually worked out as for not getting anything. Mind they got. They got josh richardson to right. They got richardson. Who well who stinks. I was gonna say. Are we giving up on jay rich at this point. Well the only reason we're giving up is because now him and al horford or back in the same locker room Jay rich j. rich knows just like the rest of philadelphia that how had al horford not come to philadelphia. Jay rich would have been successful as team. Jay rich would wanna ring with. This is bad in dallas He was really bad in dallas. I was like the robbery of the year by daryl maura game set curry for him but j riches now going to a spa in boston where to me. There's too many like people that need the ball like tatum. Jalen brown aren't going to be the ones to to move the ball and to get everyone involved and dennis shooter j richard two guys that need the ball to get on a little bit of i. I feel richardson's more of a three and d who just can't make the three and isn't that good at not j. Rajasa dog like getting to the basket. Once he gets hot. He can like re-energize a team in the second. Half but with with ball stoppers like tatum brown. Like that celtics team to me doesn't do it once again. Yeah you aren't. You definitely weren't in that. This is a good one wasn't initially on the schedule for today. But we had a pretty passionate debate last sound club top shack curious. Your thoughts. zion rj sorry. zion drought. Are those three lamelo. Halliburton and anthony edwards. So three of the top picks in last year's zion john rj. Where do you rank them though six. Yeah okay read it out to me. Again zion zion. One jaw lamelo were and then edwards. Rj and halliburton. Were the next ion. Joff lamelo. I've got that and then give me the other three. Those are the by top three halliburton. Rj and anthony edwards. That's the halliburton. Rj anthony you. You put anthony edwards last. It was if we're starting a franchise tomorrow right for the next yet if you talk about. Who's best today. I think that conversation ferry. We're talking like going forward..

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"imaginer" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"imaginer" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"No one said that right. And i think you're right. We imagine during a part of the day joshua you're very kind to say another professional is going to be looking over our children. I mean for me. Just like another adult i just because someone else like someone else who's like over eighteen is supposed to be looking after my kids. A decent percentage of the time and the two of you haven't had that all your in the kind of age range with your kids when there's not a of independence and oh let me fold that laundry for you and shirl- clear all the plates. That's probably not happening. A terrible amount right. No i just reason if was some reason they're like hey guess what because i'm on a phone call right now. I cannot wait but we're not even giving that this is all happening. Jessica you're part of the face of fighting this pandemic information spreading around this pandemic. You apt imaginer insanely busy. This is really stressful. Joshua you're really really busy to these two kids who are pretty close in age. They went from kind of young toddlers to still just mid toddlers. I think it is just a really good baseline for all of us to zoom out and look back at this last you know what sixteen months eighteen months with an amount of wonder and all that like year. Even here i can see you. You both are functioning from the waist up. Yeah exactly. I don't know about the injuries below. But really this is. This is heroic and i do think that when i think back on past historic periods of time like we all learned about the cold war we learn about world wars. We learn about seat is really stressful times to have lived through. I've never until now really thought about the fact that people had three and four year olds that they were raising while they were living through that. And now that we're going through this it. We feel a different way. Right like wow. Someone was raising kids during those periods of time and the other thing during those times we look back on those these discrete periods of time like it lasted from this year to this year but while people were living through these times they had no idea how long these things are going to be just like. We aren't quite sure exactly what the future brings so with all that uncertainty and all that stress in mind. Let's kind of jump in to kind of daily life in your home where some stress points are and so we can end. Today's call with some points of action and hope for some change. You know when..

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"imaginer" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"imaginer" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Time the tweets. It's not really your game just where we asked you to lay your tweet. Tweets play the maiden voyage of tweet likeness. Idea all right so we'll put them up on the screen now. Should i read them. All erica's tweets by the way normalized. Not saying normalize use your own words brainwashed robots. I totally agree. Y'all get on board. I think i'm sick of hearing the same words over and over again. You know like problem. No word normal now. It's like how many times we're going to get back to normal. Things are going to be normal. What does that even mean anymore. When did we even know what normal meant. Well they'll retrospect allies is even worse. Like i've never known what normalize meant but say over and over again kind of bizarre way normal getting back when you know the pandemic midst pandemic and then talking about getting back to normal trump was the president and he was a hostile regime. Who's a dictator. Who's trying to take over the country so that that shouldn't be what we're trying to get back to norm all the people who say get back to normal essentially talking about that era which is before kobe which is pre trump bursary during trump. It sort of meta because getting back to normal was when we were trying to make america great. Again it's like a russian nesting doll. Yes but also normalizes a different word because normalizes part of sort of the woke thing. Now the fucking one. I hate is reimagined renault to reimagine policing lottery imagining i would also suggest we imagine policing at some point john lennon invent police seventy nine like you need to reimagine something that was never imagined. That's not something you want to imagine. If you're in trouble like imagine they're gonna come help you. Yeah it's a reimagining policing which you can find on the internet. Max padded reimagining. Police do not want that. You don't want to reimagine like things like Draining my septic tank or something. Like that. Like i don't want a rematch in any of hands on hardcore had done anything to get stuff done or how about flying airplanes. Imagine that please. Don't we all hate problematic. One that i absolutely hate and you only really hear it. When you're talking about like tack disrupt this new gas. He's just getting. Yeah look on google. Also what is really like imagining already. Re like you're already imagining. How do you re imagine it like. How do you imagine it twice. Have you lead it. I got on understanding the context is we need new imaginer old people that imagined police were a bunch of racists. Dudes red moustache is. We need us to reimagine policing and we'll reimagine it better than the old guys. Imagine you imagine ears unimagined. Stop imagining how we used to imagine. An reim- unimagined it. So defined the police. We should unimagined. the police. don't match police all right. What if catch terrible. That is a thing like. I'm seeing in virginia portland and all these all these. It's time to reimagine the police. That's what it says. I just don't like how there's a catchphrase and then everybody jumps on without thinking like what does this mean to me. They just decide. Oh i'm just gonna because everybody's doing it or you're gonna find a laundry list of like politicians and leaders and stuff just talking about reimagining to police. It's weird it's also like not all ideas are great ideas like i saw. That domino's is brought back. The noise using this is not a good idea. What's annoy you. Leslie ferry that's a first date answer. Originally born in eighty seven. Avoid that noor handle the void. The noise they invented a gremlin that hated fresh scout pizza french and so the had to avoid the knowing because the no aid was to pizza. What the rabbit was to tricks. Yeah keep him away. He wanted to upset. The tricks disrupted up. Yeah they needed to rematch the noy. The remember the neu- annoyed he had a whammy from press your luck. I'm old than the noise was a bad idea in the in the mid eighty s right but they have brought back and reimagine the noise. The noida is back. And i gotta watch domino's commercials go. Why did you guys. You're going to bring back new coke or what. What else do we have in my ears. It we'll play the the commercial. Domino's is try out. One of their new driverless pizza shuttle black mayor. At domino's we're constantly.

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"imaginer" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

Papo de Fotógrafo

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"imaginer" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

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"imaginer" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

Detour To Neverland

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"imaginer" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

"It is. I hate these we're GONNA come out of my mouth but there are a lot of zoo elements. A lot of people compare it to zoo. We've heard that from friends and it broke our heart when they're like, why would never pay that much to go to a zoo and we're like, no. Yeah so I agree I mean I. Think this is a more significant conversation when you're talking about Everest because ever gave it. That e ticket attraction unwilling Cali rapid stood at but now nice expansion. Almost a year after the park open the original plans for the Asia expansion call for an Asian safari experience to counter the African Safari. Kilimanjaro So again, maybe a little bit older nicer. Maybe people more in tune with history. Knew about this. I had no idea that was ever on the table. Me Because. It seems so strange that Disney would kind of take a successful ride in the same park and say, well, we're going to do that again. They did want to change it up a little bit. So in order to not do the exact same ride imaginer shifted decided to make a raft ride called tiger rapids run or Tiger River run they call her both names bounced back and forth. and. It would call on similar concepts as something like Walt's original. For Jungle, cruise. which just made my heart so happy. Yeah. I mean, and again when talking about Kilimanjaro, it was the same thing you know wall wanted live animals. He wanted that you know authentic kind of immersive experience. So of course, it's always nice to hear that they were thinking of wall. So just to kind of paint that picture of what the original plan would be is that you would aborted large yellow rafts and there are almost all tied together group together and you'd go with this large group out onto your river traffic in order to see the different Asian animals. So you would have seen rhinos elephants. And many many other Wildlife. The funniest thing is tigers were never part of the plant's I was about to ask would there be tigers because I mean we do have the Cheetah's in the Lions and Kilimanjaro, but it would be interesting to see how they would do that with a raft ride at lease never on paper it seems like they never planned that tigers. Tiger's were part of animal kingdom, but they would not be viewable from tiger. River. Run. There's a disconnect there so That was a plan. You'd go through this area where you could you pass through an Indian palace and then the scene depicting the deforestation got its early legwork in this concept, and then finally they would unhook all of these different big yellow rafts and you would go through a white water rafting adventure like individually with.

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"imaginer" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"imaginer" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"Now this prior to even outer. This is prior to hanging out with her because look. I can tell I mean. If I know there's no chance I'm not saying that. I don't need to date, but if I know that like really like there's no chance of me marrying this girl that I'm not gonNA put myself in a position where I could screw up, fail, because what could happen is if I end up sleeping with her wanted to break the relationship, friendship or two will drift into will drift into something, and then I'll end up right back to where I always was where. Feels like something's missing? You know but imaginer we'll be girl. One day that comes along I'll look at I'll ask myself. Would you sign the marriage contract or or basically? Look at it this way? Could I be happier with somebody else before having sex with her? If you can't answer, no, then don't do it. Don't don't don't wipe her. The problem is. I would ask myself that question. After I was in the relationship of be happier with somebody else, but now I'm already in something complicated. So, how are you? So? How are you managing? I mean a dating life. If it exists at all, I mean for what it sounds like. It's you have put extreme kind of boundaries. Around you I mean you know somebody's you know can't stop drinking. Don't go into the bar like. you know you in this? You know going through the coaching. We do ear. When my company like we're getting guys off porn. Step, one will after you know. Admitting that. You really have an issue. The next step is eliminating the you know porn site. We have different sites that we use. If the guy's really at a, but it's like it's like a per just like we gotta get this all out, so we don't have access to, but here it sounds like you're almost. The dating life is is non-existent, or or if it is how you Kinda, how do you manage that in navigating?.

"imaginer" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"imaginer" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

"To stand relationship in a day. Free Channels Way. Chaz we think email and a mobile number to become a member of the community within the community. Imaginer oil fines fugitive gone to experiences either no financial services to make their lives easier so would dale off when they like. Dan next year or five years or maybe never? They will need a bank account, and when they need our way, we'll be there so income. Wait usually take combustion follow. We are proably opposes. Shooting reminds me a very very beginning of the final. because. We wanted to study relationship. YEARS BEFORE OF A. Society of having a bank it out, and in some way because he's recall, you might a kind of a game changer, the traditional relationships which banks and the young people always a star. We've. Town to opening boarding process of a bag towel and this is probably one of the. More lateral of friction. Because of their relation because of the legacy systems off bonds. And so today nobody to back account when you are eighteen nineteen because you don't need to date. Times to the wall. It's things to do prepayment solution, so he's very to convince young. Win Five twenty years. To open a bank account because they don't need so. Behind. Strategy of emerging. He's visa game changer positioning. We want to be with our future clients in a very early stage, even when they still don't think in opening a bank account, and this is what we are doing different, and is the challenge of you might be because then you have to convert all these community of users joining the community. into an unsold brothers and I'm on a relationship, but this is part of the journey on the reminding broader. It's interesting. 'cause you know you're imagine. Digital content is geared to young people ranging from zero to a love. You have different categories. Yeah, the the young category of the teen category, and then you have more the banking category, but your content is arranged around music in video games and trends through imagine cafe technology the ability to purchase technology. You have all these different components in in a world of banking where we really look at the quarterly solution, the quarterly return on investment. Bank measure the return on advancement and these non-financial extensions that you admit it may not pan out in a revenue sense, but you really putting the investment of the consumer before even have to walk into a an office or open a bank account in invest in you. How do you build the return on investment or the model for doing that? This is a very good question. because at the end of the day, the summary of what's behind the strategy off the managing while I'm to measure the success of this pressure. We will keep your mind to.

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"imaginer" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

Beyond The Baseline

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"imaginer" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

"Everyone John Wartime here is. This week's sports illustrated podcast this week. Talk With Madison Keys. Who apart from being a top player is also the front person for kindest wins which is her initiative and has been for several years which is a very different type of sports philanthropy. This one is basically aimed at making people nicer We're all four. It and Madison is always lovely to To visit with and so here without further ADO is Madison keys. How are you how you doing? I'm good how're hill? I'm alright I got all excited because I saw your press release said Rock Island but that we're going to talk mid West Midwest but you're in Florida right. I am currently in Florida. My mom is in rocket. How have you been have you been? Have you been experiencing this crazy detention? It's been it's been a big change of pace for me. Obviously not being used to being homeless often. But I've been keeping pretty busy and we'd have really nice weather in Florida. We've been lucky to have lots of sunshine in all of that. So just try to keep myself preoccupied. It's your inner optimist. I like that however you can pacing a return to tennis. I mean do. Do you have a imaginer gate in your head. When we're you're going to get back out there. I am trying to stay optimistic. I hope it's sooner rather than later but at the same time. I think I'm trying to not get too far ahead of myself in. Just kind of stay in the moment Hopefully soon I would love to play some tennis this year. So we're back as quickly as can be. It seems clear when you do come back. Stay films probably aren't going to be a big part of this. What are you what do you do that will be like? I think it'll be incredibly hard. I don't think any of us have really experienced being in you know big stadiums or big tournaments or anything like that in have emptiness and not really been there you know to entertain fans live. I think that's part of what we love doing is getting out in front of people and seeing them so excited during matches or postponing definitely going to be something that it would be probably a little bit of a learning curve and how to deal with that but at the same time when I get out there and compete and if we can you know get back on. Tv and people get to enjoy us. That that way I'd be more than happy to get back out there calling your own lives. I think that my opponent's would like if I called my own lines. I am one of the most generous. I'm so calling live but my coach typically when they're standing behind me like that was so far out really doesn't that it was like at least on the Lai at that is to me. That is a great transition to kindness. Wins may twenty. Second is kindness Wednesday. What what does that? I know what that means but what does what does this mean to you. I am incredibly excited about it. It means the world to me that it's a new venture for US obviously branching off of fearlessly girl and now becoming kindness wins and having a little bit of a broader mission but to be able to have kindness. Wednesday is something I really excited about and I think especially in a time right now when a lot of us are a bit more on edge and kind of just looking for some positive things in the world to make a smile. I'm really hoping that kindness Wednesday can be one of those

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Madison Keys on Kindness in Competition

Beyond The Baseline

04:11 min | 2 years ago

Madison Keys on Kindness in Competition

"Everyone John Wartime here is. This week's sports illustrated podcast this week. Talk With Madison Keys. Who apart from being a top player is also the front person for kindest wins which is her initiative and has been for several years which is a very different type of sports philanthropy. This one is basically aimed at making people nicer We're all four. It and Madison is always lovely to To visit with and so here without further ADO is Madison keys. How are you how you doing? I'm good how're hill? I'm alright I got all excited because I saw your press release said Rock Island but that we're going to talk mid West Midwest but you're in Florida right. I am currently in Florida. My mom is in rocket. How have you been have you been? Have you been experiencing this crazy detention? It's been it's been a big change of pace for me. Obviously not being used to being homeless often. But I've been keeping pretty busy and we'd have really nice weather in Florida. We've been lucky to have lots of sunshine in all of that. So just try to keep myself preoccupied. It's your inner optimist. I like that however you can pacing a return to tennis. I mean do. Do you have a imaginer gate in your head. When we're you're going to get back out there. I am trying to stay optimistic. I hope it's sooner rather than later but at the same time. I think I'm trying to not get too far ahead of myself in. Just kind of stay in the moment Hopefully soon I would love to play some tennis this year. So we're back as quickly as can be. It seems clear when you do come back. Stay films probably aren't going to be a big part of this. What are you what do you do that will be like? I think it'll be incredibly hard. I don't think any of us have really experienced being in you know big stadiums or big tournaments or anything like that in have emptiness and not really been there you know to entertain fans live. I think that's part of what we love doing is getting out in front of people and seeing them so excited during matches or postponing definitely going to be something that it would be probably a little bit of a learning curve and how to deal with that but at the same time when I get out there and compete and if we can you know get back on. Tv and people get to enjoy us. That that way I'd be more than happy to get back out there calling your own lives. I think that my opponent's would like if I called my own lines. I am one of the most generous. I'm so calling live but my coach typically when they're standing behind me like that was so far out really doesn't that it was like at least on the Lai at that is to me. That is a great transition to kindness. Wins may twenty. Second is kindness Wednesday. What what does that? I know what that means but what does what does this mean to you. I am incredibly excited about it. It means the world to me that it's a new venture for US obviously branching off of fearlessly girl and now becoming kindness wins and having a little bit of a broader mission but to be able to have kindness. Wednesday is something I really excited about and I think especially in a time right now when a lot of us are a bit more on edge and kind of just looking for some positive things in the world to make a smile. I'm really hoping that kindness Wednesday can be one of those

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"imaginer" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

Beyond The Baseline

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"imaginer" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

"Pace for me. Obviously not being used to being homeless often. But I've been keeping pretty busy and we'd have really nice weather in Florida. We've been lucky to have lots of sunshine in all of that. So just try to keep myself preoccupied. It's your inner optimist. I like that however you can pacing a return to tennis. I mean do. Do you have a imaginer gate in your head. When we're you're going to get back out there. I am trying to stay optimistic. I hope it's sooner rather than later but at the same time. I think I'm trying to not get too far ahead of myself in. Just kind of stay in the moment Hopefully soon I would love to play some tennis this year. So we're back as quickly as can be. It seems clear when you do come back. Stay films probably aren't going to be a big part of this. What are you what do you do that will be like? I think it'll be incredibly hard. I don't think any of us have really experienced being in you know big stadiums or big tournaments or anything like that in have emptiness and not really been there you know to entertain fans live. I think that's part of what we love doing is getting out in front of people and seeing them so excited during matches or postponing definitely going to be something that it would be probably a little bit of a learning curve and how to deal with that but at the same time when I get out there and compete and if we can you know get back on. Tv and people get to enjoy us. That that way I'd be more than happy to get back out there calling your own lives. I think.

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"imaginer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"imaginer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"imaginer" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

Marketing Management and Money

11:26 min | 2 years ago

"imaginer" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

"Welcome to this week's episode of Marketing Management and money. I'm your host Ryan Owens and I am your host Brian. Murray thank you for joining us again this week. We are excited to have you back in excited to be doing another other episode. We are going to be doing a follow up episode to our episode number. Eighteen on break-even. Yes so that was break. Even part one break-even part too sweet. So we are are going to be diving in this time to. How do we set pricing using break? Even right yeah. Yeah so so so Ryan how do you think. Most businesses set the pricing of the product. Services I'm a new business. I'm GONNA GONNA figure out what I charge. How am I going to go about doing this? So so your new business and you're figuring out what you're charging and I'm a business trying to figure Kgo am touching right lake. That's how this is GonNa go. I'M GONNA prove point here all right all right. I'm with you I'm GonNa call you and see as ah as a quote unquote customer. I'M GONNA BE I'm looking for this product You out in stock. And how would you charge them for that right. And then you can tell me Yeah I got three. It's nineteen ninety nine hundred. That's perfect WANNA charge eighteen ninety nine sucker and then three weeks later when you're gonNA call me and be like I'm GonNa be eighteen. ninety-nine perfect John My dollars yeah. There's so many times where I see and now it's not a bad thing to secret shop your competition absolutely not but if that's the only only thing your pricing you're sending your pricing on some big mistake yet. We're we're in trouble here and and kind of that same example With with during your your marketing and your advertising like seeing what deals and promotions your like what things are competition doing just following suit as such a mistake. Yeah that's the only thing you're basing your decisions on is what your competition is doing you failing. I'm sorry that's it bottom line and and really really. It's the entrepreneur. Who doesn't know what they're doing? That is just trying to copycat someone else and so if you and that's why you're listening to this podcast. Yes exactly because there's a better way. Learn what to do as we're GONNA teach that to you and when we're talking about break even the specific thing the starting starting point of all pricing should be your cost structure and that's why I'm glad that you referenced the very beginning that This is a part two. If you want to learn more about understanding your cost structure you're going to check out break. Even part one it it was episode eighteen that we did a few weeks back. And so you're going to want to get on and listen to that or listen to it again. You know maybe as a refresher yeah. That's GonNa that's GonNa help you stay up to speed on what we're going to be talking about here now mind you. This is one finance ones. We throw a lot of numbers at you but it's so important finances language business. You're going to hear me say this over and over again. It's so important that you know this stuff so we are gonNA throw some numbers at you but it's going to be fun. We're GONNA have a good time. Oh Yeah for sure once you went to you what I found a because I didn't start out in this realm right right but I've been able to grow a ton and ah I found that I have to reference the stuff but as soon as you kind of get this rhythm like you said as soon as you start to learn this language a little bit it really does become conduct. It does become fun you know and we'll still continue to make fun of US NERD and I will i. They love it but admittedly and this is the only time that I will say this. And I'm glad that you don't have documented anywhere but it's fun except for recorded Akram on our podcast fire all of our listeners. Yeah so the only place you'll have it though so we're going to teach you guys today how to use break even to set your pricing and to know if you're priced right. This is a tool not that hard to do. Very few entrepreneurs are actually using it. But it's such a powerful tool and I'm going to show you a little bit what's going on on here. So why don't we. Why don't we jump into an example? Okay that's actually. I was trying to think of where to start. Yeah Yeah and like let's let's go into an exercise in fact I think A great place to start would be from your training with growth by the numbers. There's an example in there that I really really really liked. Yes okay if we go there we're GONNA take this company and this company. IMAGINER company makes small handcrafted wooden items right The cost of each item or the materials for each item is five dollars. The labor cost I for each item is twenty dollars. And then you have this online storefront where you can sell them for forty dollars piece and it costs the the business three hundred dollars a month to maintain the store. The question is whether two questions the first is. What is my substance subsidized subsidized break? Even and the second is. Why is it a subsidized break-even and not a true break-even k.? I love this question because I came up with is going to say completely hypothetical so that the numbers come out very clean so unless this actually applies is to your business they would. This was completely uninformed I assure you all What did they say at the end of movies? You're smart but you don't see that far into the future uh-huh maybe I do so pretty simple numbers here going on. You've got if we remember from break even part one we talked about our fixed costs are variable so in this instance. I've got variable costs of twenty five dollars. It was the twenty plus the five so oh variable costs a twenty five dollars. And then I've got a fixed cost of three hundred dollars and so Sales price was forty dollars. So so are we going to do here is. I'm GonNa take the forty dollars. I'm going to subtract out the variable costs because those variable costs they're going to happen for every sale. Feel that we make the fixed costs happen regardless regardless and so In this example were saying hypothetically that I spent three hundred dollars a month to maintain in my online storefront and so whether I sell anything or not. I'm still going to do that. Three hundred dollars but to manufacture my lovely widgets. You know. I've got those variable costs so I take the forty I subtract out the twenty five. I'm left with fifteen. So fifteen dollars goes to ward that fixed cost so I have to do at this point is I take my three hundred. I divided by fifteen and it gives me twenty. Twenty what twenty twenty items twenty handcrafted woodwork items. It's let's be real real about imaginary example. Okay so here's a here's an important point every time that you're doing break even you want to change change it to units not two dollars yes it becomes so much more meaningful when you do it. This way as you're as you're doing these in different calculations working with these different numbers I is incredibly important to keep track of what it is that you're figuring out what you know you did this times. That and it gave you two times five and it gave you ten ten. What ten dollars ten items ten months ten people ten? What and so? That's what we've done here is all we've done is we've taken it from dollars. We've changed it to units. So we've said look. Three hundred dollars is my fixed costs. Fifteen dollars is my contribution toward that and so I end up with a break even of twenty units and so again if you need that calculation go to break even part one and you walk through that full calculation but I think that was pretty pretty easy enough default basic so this is what is really interesting where it comes in so critical is what would happen if I change my price point. Yes because I I want the entrepreneurs out there to realize something here for a second. I've got four variables that really came into play I've got my fixed us. I've got my variable costs. I've got my price point point and I've got my sales volume of those four. Where do I have control? Immediate controls price price point immediate controls price but now a lot of people are going to argue. They're going to be like well. Wait a second you have control on all of them like let's just kind of walk through real quick so actually I was going to make this argument and I was GonNa go with will what happens when you set your price point right and but you can still come back and increase your efficiencies on your variable costs right right so say you start selling this item and you are all of a sudden getting more volume than do you anticipate of which you didn't control volume right. So that's I'm not saying that you're controlling that but you get more you get more volume. You'd go back Accu suppliers and it'll be like you know what we contracted based on one hundred units actually going two thousand units so I won't better etter pricing right at regular occurrence in a manufacturing okay but define regular. How many times can you you really go and negotiate with the supplier? Is this something that's happening once. A quarter I don't know more like once a month and no. Yeah you're you're right. This doesn't happen Super Often Ryan. It's manufacturing found that oftentimes you'll wolf. You'll have a situation where you start out with one volume you shift to another volume. You might do that a third time. But but that's really it and this is over the course of years right. This isn't the course of weeks. Months quarters generally. Is You know at least six months before your I like. WHOA hey this is taken off? And and that's really the point that I want want to make is when I ask. How much control do you have?.

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"imaginer" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

Detour To Neverland

12:34 min | 2 years ago

"imaginer" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

"One hundred and sixty sixty four. If this is your first time joining us. Thank you so much for listening. Are intro probably doesn't make as much sense that to go along with the topic that we're discussing today we are taking a L- new project on where we are going through different Disney rides and attractions talking about the storytelling telling the history the immersion just all of the different factors that go into what make Disney attractions. So great today Eh. I picked our. I ride no surprise. No surprise at all Peter Pan's flight and now everybody. If you've ever listened is shocked. They can't believe it it's a classic it's a classic and it makes sense With our guests are the housing is a theme. But I didn't know that was the right word so if it's the theme for us so yeah what do you expect out of us. We are going to try I to push these episodes out as often as we can however it is a little bit of a different beast for us to tackle because there's a lot of research has gone into it a lot of writing and rewriting writing. It's just different is pushing US outside of our comfort zone which is always exciting to try something new but I do know for a fact that next Monday we will have a interview. Yeah so we're still doing interviews. We still love getting to know New People within the Disney community. And we're excited to share that with you next Monday Sunday. Yup All right. Are you ready to tackle Peter. Pan's flight I made if you are okay. So the agenda that we're going to go through we're GONNA talk about the history of the ride kind of share some commentary things that stood out for us. Then we're going to go through the scene breakdowns. Of what the attraction takes you through kind of the story that it tells you and then then we're going to talk about kind of our personal history with this attraction different moments if we remember any with them and then last something thing new and it's a working title maybe we'll change it but are never land score We can talk more about it when we get there. Emerging as such a Buzzword for Disney right now it is I it's more or less an immersion score but we try to put our twist on it. Yeah so that's what you can expect us. Let's dive into the history. So Peter Pan's flight was an original opening day attraction for Disneyland in Nineteen Fifty Five And it's one of the few attractions that was both opening day for Disneyland and for Magic Kingdom which opened in one thousand nine hundred seventy one. What I think is interesting thing to me? Is that Peter Pan Released in theaters in nineteen fifty three. So Walt in the engineers. I feel like really went out on a whim to do such a new film. I know they didn't have quite the catalog at that point. But such a new film to make it into into an attraction. Yeah it is interesting to think about because typically when we get new rides now I mean it takes several years To get a ride from a movie but something else that you know. We looked up when researching Peter Pan. The movie was that it might not. I've been as much as a gamble as maybe sounds like because the box office earnings for Peter Pan were crazy at least out have to assume for at the time to it made over forty million dollars in the box office so I guess won't knew that it was a hit and then it would be a fan favourite. Yeah I mean. I don't have the energy to do the math to adjust that for inflation without imagine that would be the equivalent surely that would be like like a billion dollar movie like. That's kind of the the this bar that we set now for movies It seems like forty million would easily surpass that in from nineteen fifty three to twenty twenty. Yeah I mean when we I just remember when we looked at that number. We thought that that seems rather large So the ride or versions of this ride are now in every single part besides one so Disneyland while all Disney World Disneyland Paris Tokyo and Shanghai all have a version of Peter Pan's flight poor Hong Kong does not have one. Yeah I wonder why that is. We couldn't don't really find anything specific. Well I was going I. It's probably just because the Parka so small yeah and they don't have too much real estate and I was going to say maybe I. It's just not a story that connects with that market. But if they put it in Shanghai I know those are two very different. Markets Arcus Hong Kong and Shanghai. You would at least get the indication that they liked that store popularity. Yeah Yeah so so maybe Hong Kong will get it eventually Sean. Shanghai of course is the newest version of this ride. And we'll talk a little bit about that in a moment but I never knew this is that walt and the imagine nears original story for this ride. was that you as the rider. Were supposed to be Peter and you are seeing all all of the scenes from the movie through Peters is but you know what that also makes me think of what is wall. Imaginer has tried to do the same thing with both Snow White was the official name. Scary adventure that's it and they tried to do the same thing for that ride in making. They wanted you to feel like Snow White in that movie so I guess at the time wall was obviously very into immersion he. He probably thought that that would be the best way to put yourself in the in the ride your so ultimately of course we know that did not stick and not surprisingly many of the writers and the guests got off wondering why Peter did not appear in his own ride so that is just interesting. I feel like you have to make that blatantly obvious if that's the approach that you're going for you can't leave any room for discussion. Yup I'm trying to think like how I don't know how our why didn't get translated because I guess what the the name of the ride Peter Pan's flight you could kind of maybe infer like after listening to nets what Walton tended like. Maybe you know that's where the name comes from. It's his flight you're flying like he is. Yeah I don't know I guess just just because we've never obviously we never rode that version. Urgen yeah so it's never even crossed my mind like that you could tell the story in that way But after they took they put Peter into the ride that's had various updates over the years but more or less each of the different versions of this right and all the different parks. They pretty much are the same story. There's a few minor difference the most significant ones being the interactive queue that they added in two thousand fourteen for Magic Kingdom which that is wing talk about that later definitely a game changer for kids and then in Shanghai because because it's the newest and the biggest best most expensive probably All of the different ages that you can use for Shanghai that seats four people instead of two in each pirate ship and the vehicles have the ability to start and stop and go faster slower and stop which I thought would be really interesting because one magic kingdom and honestly we didn't ride the WanNa Disneyland did we. We might have skipped it because if it's anything like the one in magic kingdom and the line's always crazy. We probably weren't willing to wait for it. I believe we did skip it But you know it. It probably feels like you're slowing down a little bit around the turns In The Walt Disney world version. An but you are going the same speed the whole time. It's a Omni mover just like haunted mansion and what of those other fantasy land rides. Yeah that are put in so last thing. That's maybe significant. It's probably pretty obvious all of the different versions reside in their respective fantasy lands. Which I'm surprised there's not like a pirate themed land anywhere that his true because you could do like pirates? You could do Peter Pan you could include like the Little Mermaid in that kind. I mean right there are probably as a pirate land somewhere and we don't know about it. It's true we're probably just ignorant about it but it is it fits with fantasy. He'll end it does. Yep so I think that's all for history so catherine you're gonNA take through the scene breakdown. This was going to be much shorter than Many other attractions. I'd imagine. Yeah when we really started thinking about this ride it is probably one of the shorter ones and it's interesting too like when we did go to Disneyland when we rode the Snow White's scary adventure and even Mr Toads. I mean all of those kind of original rides are so Short Pinocchio Very store I mean it's like you get on you get right off and it's almost it's kind of mind boggling and Mr Toge wild ride they leave you in in a bad place. Yeah we came talk about that one but I guess we'll start so we didn't include this in our scene breakdowns. Since we said we'd mentioned it again let's start with interactive live Keel. Since that was kind of a big game changer I feel like for Magic Kingdom. They kinda started doing that. With all of the ride like Winnie the Pooh. You includes an interactive queue. What else seventy mine train? Yeah that's a good one. Maybe that at the space mountain had it for a little while get away you know. I don't know because we got to research it. We have to research it breath for those games were hit. I mean it's definitely better than just standing in stuffy hallway but I think Oh. Dumbo has the like the playground Q.. That's a whole different league lead. Yeah but I. I think falls into the same category but that The whole interactive Q.. Is Really Cute. And you miss it when you fast pass and I feel like most like Disney lovers know that the way to ride Peter Pan is with the fast pass because the line is always crazy crazy long. I mean if you ever see the line less than fifty minutes I feel like it's shocking. I mean do you think fifty is pretty solid. Yeah well I had some thoughts later about like our personal connections to this thinking about the Q.. And how long it gets. It really doesn't make sense At all to me but yeah I'd say fifty minutes on below you if you want to write it that's your opportunity. Yeah but I think the Q.. Is Nice because it kind of takes you through The Darlings House and that's the way that it's interactive so oh immersion wise. I think that's pretty cool Just because it's a different perspective that I feel like is probably w one that would get missed out. oftentimes we know like when people think Peter Pan they think more never land and they kind of took a step back to focus on the Darlings House But it's a good way to pass the time usually when we do right it. We kind of skip right through that even if it's like the first round that you ride in the morning but it's just fun to walk through. Yeah it is it's It's really enjoyable. I think that would be my suggestion for most people. Aw especially a lot of time. Talking to Disneyland people who are coming to Walt Disneyworld For the first time it's like it's not worth waiting an hour for to go through that queue but if you see it like you run their first thing.

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"imaginer" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

12:40 min | 3 years ago

"imaginer" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Hi and welcome back to women and crime so this week we will be discussing gripping case out of New Zealand from the nineteen fifties. There are few cases that had elicited such an international buzz. And after hearing this case. You'll definitely understand why I'm so before we get started. I just want to tell you why chose this case. So you know our friend. Toby Ball from crime writers on so. Toby does Well let me tell the listeners. Toby Ball is an author of true crime novels and as I said he's one of the hosts on crime writers on and I was a guest on his book club. Podcast called balls deep dive all deep dive. His name's toby. Ball get it. I get it okay. So anyway he is. He is a wonderful person. I met him actually in Chicago at the true crime. Podcast FESTIVAL SO I. I was on his book club. Podcast and the book we read was an Perry in the murder of the century written by Peter. Graham and it was a book that covered the case of Pauline Parker and Juliet. Hume so I I discussed it there and I became so into this case so I wanNA thank toby for introducing me to that book because I never probably would have read it to be honest with you. I don't know if you've ever seen the movie heavenly creatures you know I did see that. Oh No I saw it really longtime ago. Okay it's actually about twenty years one thousand nine hundred four Peter Jackson so I do know a little bit about the story but I don't know the deep dive at all and as we'll talk about a little later at the book obviously is based on true events with. There's a lot that the movie got wrong Always the Yes exactly in. Nineteen fifty four best friend. Juliet and Pauline were just fifteen and sixteen years old respectively and they were very unlikely pair. Juliet came from a very well off family. Her family had recently moved to New Zealand from London. The reason they actually moved to New Zealand was her father. Dr Henry Hume was a prominent nuclear physicist and he got the job as rector of Canterbury University in New Zealand so they moved to New Zealand from London for this very high profile job. They very well off. They lived on a sprawling estate The house even had a name like those really the manners. Yeah exactly as a very fancy house. Her mother Hilda Hume was described as a very social lady. Some say to social what you figure out what that means. She was a very attractive woman. She was part of the marriage council in New Zealand so she did a little work with couples therapy. Okay so I've never heard I was gonna say what's a marriage counselor? Yes okay so. Juliet was described as tall attractive. Smart and confident although you wouldn't know by looking at her because she presented herself with an air of confidence she had a very tumultuous childhood many issues stem from childhood illness so when they lived in London it was during World War. Two and there was some report that said she was. Shell shocked as a child. I often had to take cover her and her family. Oh but what really was problematic for her? In childhood she had a serious bout of tuberculosis and as a child since she was diagnosed with tuberculosis she was actually sent away for many months at a time to warmer weather so she was sent to live in the Caribbean and then she was sent to live in South Africa. She spent a lot of time away from her family. Even when she wasn't ill her family would often send her away to boarding schools so she spent a lot of her childhood away from her family and there was even. I read in the book that I mentioned before. Peter Graham's book at talked about how the mother when Juliet was just five years old in the middle of the night. The mother left Juliet by herself because she went to the doctor with a younger brother. Like it just seemed like there was a lot of Attachment stuff going on. Who did she live with like other family members or Nannies exactly She's be sent live with her and South Africa. She went with a caretaker. I guess we could say a nanny to the Caribbean. So pauline was a bit different. Pauline Parker came from a more modest background so they lived in Christ's Church New Zealand family was working class. Father George was a fish manager. Also known as a fishmonger. Did you know that I did not know yet? And the mother. Nora often referred to as Nora he was. I guess you could say she was a homemaker but they had tenants living in their home because they couldn't afford their house so they had they boarded people there and the mother was There are some accounts that she was abusive. Depressed a lot of issues going on between Pauline and her mother were there other siblings in their home. There were so their first child was stillborn. The families first child the second child born with down syndrome so they had a little bit of a tough family dynamic but they worked really hard. They were an honest. You Know Working Family. Polin also had childhood illness that would greatly influence her as well similar to soon to be best friend. Juliet. She was diagnosed with. Seo My latest which is a painful condition that left her with a permanent limp. It's an issue in the bones. That's very painful okay. She was described as homely. A bit of a misfit. She was short with uncharacteristically short hair for girls at that time and she was often angry described several reports as always having an angry scowl on her face. Her relationship with her parents was reportedly strained. And this relationship would just continue to get worse upon meeting Juliet so the girls. I met when they were both excused from PA class due to their lingering medical condition. So as I mentioned Juliet had issues with breathing. And Pauline had issues with her foot and so they both would sit for hours together and they very quickly bonded. It was said that pauline worshiped Juliet member. Juliette was the one who had a lot of money. She was considered very attractive and she had a lot of confidence. And I guess we could say. Pauline was almost the opposite on every account. The girl spent most of their time at the hume household because that was the sprawling estate they had horses and it was very. It was a really fun place for Pauling. Be Course you WANNA be. When you're you come from a poor home exactly you know the friend. Who has everything yeah? She really revered her. There was a lot of it. Seemed like she really looked up to her and really wanted to be here. She had a huge fondness for Hilda. Juliet's mom she didn't like her own mother so it was here at this a state. They called ALLOM. It was here that they created a fantasy world. These two girls so it was called the Fourth World. They each took on new personas alter egos. They created a secret language and a whole system of encryption. Between the two of them these girls were inseparable they had sleepovers. They took baths together. They did not spend time with anyone but each other for several years. Sounds already like this could be a problem right. I was thinking taking baths together as a little audit fifteen and sixteen but yeah so that comes into play later on so the problem. I began when Juliet. Pauline were threatened with separation so as I said. These girls were inseparable. The parents were not thrilled with this. There was a suspected lesbianism at the time in New Zealand. Lesbianism was acquainted with mental illness in. It was very much frowned upon remember. We're talking about the mid fifty s. So it's quite different than it is today right okay. So the problem started when Juliet. And Pauline were threatened with separation. Henry Hume had resigned from his his positions at Canterbury College. He was forced to resign because they no longer wanted him there. He was a brilliant man however he wasn't very social and in that position they need someone more social than him at the same time they were filing for divorce. Hilda was having an affair with actually a gentleman who was boarding at their estate and Juliet had caught her mother. And this man in bed. But that's neither here nor there but I'm sure traumatizing. Yes so since Henry was going to be leaving England and they were getting a divorce. It was decided that Juliet member she had. She had been ill when she was younger with. Tb Turkey losses. She had another out of it around this time and she. It was hospitalized for several months over it so they decided that she would be sent to live with Henry sister in South Africa because the climate would be beneficial to her health and she was okay with this because she said that's fine. As long as polling comes with me she did not. She was angry at her mom about the affair. Pauline was not happy at home. They kinda saw this as their ticket out. Their final plan was to actually end up in the United States so they just saw this as one stop on their journey together quite so the humes believe that this was going to happen. They were okay with pauling coming or they were at least humoring. The girls Henry leave and said he would pay for Pauline to join however it was. Only if Poland's mom would permit it and polling knew that her mother would never allow this. Ooh Yeah let's see where we're going. Yeah Okay So. The girls believed that coleens hated. Mother was the only obstacle to their future happiness. Everything was all figured out for them but they they had to think about. How are we going to get this obstacle out of the way and the humes just out of curiosity? The father wasn't just saying this that they were seriously going to their mixed reports by some reports. It's we're just humoring the girls because we knew there was they were so obsessed with each other and inseparable. So it was like yeah. She'll be able to come. I'll even pay okay but you know so. It's hard to know but they thought the girl at the very least. The girls were sure that this was going to happen. So what did they do? The girls formed a plan to murder. Paulina's mother in order to remove. Obviously this one obstacle that would get in their way so there long-term plan was go to South Africa as planned to live with Henry sister and then head to the United States where they believe they would publish their writings and work in film or they some sort of literature gurus or mentioned they had something called the fourth world they were into this imaginer universe. They spent all of their time writing about this. Pauline was very much into journaling and this will come up later and trial sheet journal just about everything. These two girls did talking about their fantasy. Life's together talking about their plans for the future in all sorts of the way. And let me guess those journals are GonNa come back to haunt her trial they will and I'll be reading. A few of the excerpts from this. Ooh and Juliet had journals to so it wasn't just pauline. So let's jump to what actually happened so they executed their plan. When I say I'M GONNA wait 'til trial to explain to you how we know. It was a plan but it was very much premeditated understood. June twenty second nineteen fifty four. They invited Hanoora again. Is Pauline mom to join them on a walk through Victoria Park? After a few minutes of walking down a wooded path. Juliet walked ahead again. This is all according to a very Scripted plan okay. Juliet Walk Ahead. Dropped the stone and then called over to have a look one. Her Nora bent down to pick up the stone or to take a look at what was going on. Pauline took a brick that was wrapped in a stocking and did one quick blow to Pauline head. Wow did the one blow do it. Well this is where things didn't go as planned. Because we know that the girls hope that it was just one quick blow and they were planning on making it look like she had a fall and she had hit her head and they were going to put her down an embankment however one quick blow did not do it so polling hit her a few more times unfortunately. Hooray had several defensive wounds. That will show that. She fought back quite hard at some point. Juliette took over and started beating her and then at another point. It went back to pauline with Juliet holding the mother down. Oh it ended up that she had over forty seven wounds. Some of those. They weren't all bludgeoned. There were about twenty that were from the brick within there was other from other fighting so Harare fought back. It took several hits and they had to hold her down and finally she succumbed to her injuries. The girls were bloodsoaked and hysterical. They ran for help exclaiming that there had been a terrible accident. Whoever did not take really long for the truth to emerge. They ran to a tea shop to get help because that was closest to where they were and they were just splattered in blood. It didn't fit with their story that this woman had hit her head in fallen. And then when I guess it was the two people that worked at the teashop when they came to the aid of It was very clear by looking at her. That something more sinister had happened right. She looked like she had just undergone attack and these two girls are covered in blood. So probably as you're saying it I'm thinking this looks already very suspect..

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"imaginer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"imaginer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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What is a Parsec?

Curiosity Daily

03:45 min | 3 years ago

What is a Parsec?

"Sect is a real astronomical unit of measurement with cool origins. Yes. It measures distance not time. Yes. The term was used improperly in the original Star Wars. Yes. I will. Absolutely get to that in a few minutes. No, Ashley, you're not getting out of this one. I love Star Wars that I'm cost played Star Wars character. This is true. Well, we're all gonna love stores by the end of this. Here's the deal. One person is a quivalent to three points to six late years. That's nineteen trillion miles or thirty one trillion kilometers, if that seems excessive that's because it absolutely is. But when it comes to measuring astronomically large distances between. Objects that are beyond our solar system. Excessively large is just right. I said beyond our solar system, by the way for you to travel one parcel from earth. You would have to go from here to the sun and back two hundred six thousand two hundred sixty five times, I told you it was big the word purse that comes from two words Pera lax and our second para lacks describes when an object's location seems to have changed because your location changed. Astronomers use para lax to judge the distance of object in the sky, if you know, how far the earth has moved and you can measure how far the object moved across its starry backdrop you can judge distance. You actually use parallel to judge the distance of things all the time. You're too is see the world from slightly different angles, and your brain crunches, the numbers to tell you how far away everything is from you. The second half of Parsi refers to an arc second in arc. Second is part of a measurement of an angle. You know, how a circle is three hundred sixty degrees. Imaginer standing with a full view of the horizon around you if you sliced the horizon into three hundred sixty degrees each degree would be about twice the width of the full moon divide one of those degrees into sixty pieces, and you get the width of an arc minute divide. One of those up by sixty again, and you get an arc second. Putting it all together. A par sec is the Pera lacks of one arc second. In other words, if an object in the sky moves by one arc second when the earth moves by one astronomical unit. Then the object is one par cycle way to put that in perspective. Proxima centauri is the star. That's our closest neighbor, and it's one point three par away for more perspective the millennium falcon made the kessel run in twelve par sex, and I'm sorry pedants. But before you go criticizing stores for this, quote, unquote mistake, I you need to understand what the kessel run actually is you'll feed skip forward thirty seconds or so if you can't handle my nerdiness in Star Wars, Ken. In the kessel run is a route used by smugglers to transport in illicit substance from minds on the planet kessel through a region of space that belongs to the galactic empire. So it's an illegal smuggling route. And this route includes a cluster of black holes known as the Ma as you know, the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. So when Hans solo said he made the kessel run in twelve par sex. He was referring to his daring knish and piloting skills and the sophisticated computer on the money on falcon that he was able to use to navigate close to those black holes while not getting sucked in I was aware of this reading books from the Star Wars expanded universe. And I was a kid, but thanks to Disney. They are no longer canon. But they also address this in the twentieth. Eighteen films solo Star Wars story, which I still have not seen. But they address all of this after the movie happened. Does doesn't matter doesn't make just made it up afterward to make that line? Okay. To work. No, still works. That is art. That's how you craft a story. I think this is the biggest debate we've ever had in this.

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Is there a difference between weather and climate?

Curiosity Daily

08:08 min | 3 years ago

Is there a difference between weather and climate?

"Do you know the difference between the terms weather and climate? It's an important distinction. If you follow science news, and we've gotten a lot of questions about it lately. So today, I've got you covered as reported by the conversation weather, basically refers to stuff happening, right? This second like cloud, cover and temperature. You know, the day to day conditions of the atmosphere. Climate is a more macro view. It describes the average atmospheric conditions over many years. In fact, the World Meteorological Organization says that figuring out a climate record. Takes a minimum of thirty years of data. This includes things like average annual rainfall overall direction of the wind or what time of year, you're most likely to see snow. Here's. An analogy that might help. It comes from Jennifer Fitchet, who's a senior lecturer in physical geography at the university of the Witwatersand. The climate is like your wardrobe. You got a winter coat and scarf, or when it's cold flip flops in shorts for when it's warm and everything in between whether is the individual item of clothing you choose to wear you change what you wear from day to day. If it snowing you put on boots, and if it's really hot you might wear sandals. The thing is everyone in the world doesn't have the same wardrobe. If you live right on the equator, then you probably don't have a winter coat, and that brings us back to weather and climate the conditions in one place are different from the conditions far away from wherever you are. Here's what that means for how we can understand climate projections and climate forecasts the weather forecast, you see on TV or on your phones weather app is there to help you figure out what to wear on the other hand climate projections. Tell you what scientists think the climate will be in forty fifty maybe a hundred years climate projections are a war. Warning that we might want to change up our wardrobe. Maybe we won't need such heavy coats. And maybe it's a good time to pick up some shorts or umbrellas or raincoats. There's no need to switch up your whole wardrobe overnight. Just take your time look ahead and plan and adapt and hopefully stay dry a sect is a real astronomical unit of measurement with cool origins. Yes. It measures distance not time. Yes. The term was used improperly in the original Star Wars. Yes. I will. Absolutely get to that in a few minutes. No, Ashley, you're not getting out of this one. I love Star Wars that I'm cost played Star Wars character. This is true. Well, we're all gonna love stores by the end of this. Here's the deal. One person is a quivalent to three points to six late years. That's nineteen trillion miles or thirty one trillion kilometers, if that seems excessive that's because it absolutely is. But when it comes to measuring astronomically large distances between. Objects that are beyond our solar system. Excessively large is just right. I said beyond our solar system, by the way for you to travel one parcel from earth. You would have to go from here to the sun and back two hundred six thousand two hundred sixty five times, I told you it was big the word purse that comes from two words Pera lax and our second para lacks describes when an object's location seems to have changed because your location changed. Astronomers use para lax to judge the distance of object in the sky, if you know, how far the earth has moved and you can measure how far the object moved across its starry backdrop you can judge distance. You actually use parallel to judge the distance of things all the time. You're too is see the world from slightly different angles, and your brain crunches, the numbers to tell you how far away everything is from you. The second half of Parsi refers to an arc second in arc. Second is part of a measurement of an angle. You know, how a circle is three hundred sixty degrees. Imaginer standing with a full view of the horizon around you if you sliced the horizon into three hundred sixty degrees each degree would be about twice the width of the full moon divide one of those degrees into sixty pieces, and you get the width of an arc minute divide. One of those up by sixty again, and you get an arc second. Putting it all together. A par sec is the Pera lacks of one arc second. In other words, if an object in the sky moves by one arc second when the earth moves by one astronomical unit. Then the object is one par cycle way to put that in perspective. Proxima centauri is the star. That's our closest neighbor, and it's one point three par away for more perspective the millennium falcon made the kessel run in twelve par sex, and I'm sorry pedants. But before you go criticizing stores for this, quote, unquote mistake, I you need to understand what the kessel run actually is you'll feed skip forward thirty seconds or so if you can't handle my nerdiness in Star Wars, Ken. In the kessel run is a route used by smugglers to transport in illicit substance from minds on the planet kessel through a region of space that belongs to the galactic empire. So it's an illegal smuggling route. And this route includes a cluster of black holes known as the Ma as you know, the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. So when Hans solo said he made the kessel run in twelve par sex. He was referring to his daring knish and piloting skills and the sophisticated computer on the money on falcon that he was able to use to navigate close to those black holes while not getting sucked in I was aware of this reading books from the Star Wars expanded universe. And I was a kid, but thanks to Disney. They are no longer canon. But they also address this in the twentieth. Eighteen films solo Star Wars story, which I still have not seen. But they address all of this after the movie happened. Does doesn't matter doesn't make just made it up afterward to make that line? Okay. To work. No, still works. That is art. That's how you craft a story. I think this is the biggest debate we've ever had in this. The kessel run. Obviously makes Cody happy, you know, who else is happy by most metrics Scandinavians, the annual world happiness report consistently rates the Nordic countries of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland among the top ten happiest nations. So today, we'll wrap up with some life philosophies from Nordic countries that might make you a little happier in your own life. I is hugging. The Danish concept of Hooda translates to something like coziness of the soul. It's the feeling you get when you're snuggled up under a blanket with a loved one drinking cocoa by the fire as a life philosophy. It's all about allowing yourself guilt free indulgences, especially when the world is dark and dreary anything from getting together with family and friends for a meal to spending time on your own reading a good book like from the Star Wars expanded universe to sand. The next philosophy is Logam logo is a Swedish word that roughly translates to just right or optimal. You probably heard the saying everything in moderation, including moderation. That's what logo is all about. Whether that's how much sugared add to a batch of cookies or how much of your life. You devote to your work. This philosophy urges a healthy balance. That doesn't swing too far in any direction and one other philosophy is see sue. It's a unique finish concept. That's about persisting through challenges until you reach the end the term roughly translates into English as a strength of will, determination perseverance and acting rationally in the face of adversity. It's not about courage in the moment. But the kind of courage that has to last over time after inspiration has sputtered out. And the real challenge has shown itself, you can read about these and other philosophies in our full right up on curiosity dot com and on our free curiosity app for Android an I o s but none of these pique your interest. Then you can always turn to fica. That's just another word for coffee break a new. Doesn't like coffee or breaks? Today's ad fiasco sewed was brought to you by our patrons special. Thanks to carry Greenwald. Anthony highland. Maximilian rate in Johnson and Julianne Gomez for your support on patriot. We really appreciate it. To learn more about how you can support curiosity daily, please. Visit patriarch dot com slash curiosity dot com. All spelled out. Join us against Moore for the award-winning curiosity daily. And learn something new and just a few par sex. I'm Cody Goth, and I'm Ashley Hamer, stay curious. On the Westwood One podcast network.

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