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"immi" Discussed on Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos
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"immi" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"And that's the story that i need to tell customers and i also think it's like the company is set out to scale regenerative agriculture. And were it. Now we've grown into being a community of climate positive forms bell campo in twenty twenty net of everything net of all the cow farts in the fedex boxes on the trucks and the restaurant everything sequestered twenty four thousand tonnes of carbon immi company. You know and it's like that by doing that vision building that it's like it's a big th- ross. It's gonna be a long term change. We've got fix the climate and sort of now. It's like the biggest i can do to. My customers is owned the problem. But really focus on fixing the problem and keep focus on that north star which is like can. We make meet climate positive. Yeah no. I think like you know because people knew about our relationship. Obviously you've been on. This show like people asked us what we thought and i was like. I'm gonna wait to talk to on it. Because i know the mission behind what you're doing and i know who you are know what you've built and so like. I knew that i knew you were going to handle that the way you did which is and i think you handled it. Well i think you still have all your customers or more people anyone. That's judging any of this when you're building a massive company like michael said it's not an author shocking to be perfection and that's boring if there was there's going to be things you got a lot of employees there's a lot of different personalities things to handle things are going to happen and then you pivot and you fix set and you're doing what you're doing which is so smart. You said you're actually fixing the problem and going towards that northstar you look at like sustainable. And how and tell me from saying more. Sustainable health.
Signs That You Are Needy
"This topic. It's definitely uncomfortable if you have identified yourself as someone who who seems where might be appearing to your partner as needy and so what. What are the signs because you might be thinking of. How am i paranoid. Immi- annoying type. Is this real while then. Go through that signs so that you know for sure that maybe what you're thinking is actually true or not so the very first sign of being needy wife is always asking for attention right so you're bidding for. He's attention it's never enough. You always want more and that can definitely get the feel of being needy but no underlying off. All of the signs really is a sense sensation. A feeling of needing your partner aloft. And that you're not okay without him so let's go to the second sign. The second sign is that you need constant reassurance that you're okay so you're always having to get compliments from him. You need to let him know that he loves you. And if he doesn't say something you think something is wrong immediately. So that's another clear. Sign that you may be more in the needy side another sign. Is you quickly feel abandoned. So you know it feels like you're very easily and very quickly triggered when he doesn't seem to be there for you and it could be him not being there physically for you or it could be that he's not showing you love appreciation that you want him to but you're very quick to feel as if you're left alone you're abandoned so there's a lot more that you want and desire and need from him so is almost like the constant Emotion had a state of being that you're in
"immi" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
"Diskin in english the youngest and eleven th of the eleven based sarah. He is also responsible for the deaths of parents though. He tends to let his opponents choose the death of their preference and always gives them ten seconds decide. He seeks entertainment by fighting humans without caring about which side human or impurity will be destroyed and loves humans because they are weak yet. Strive to grow stronger other antagonists. Is you to- egypt or benedetto's brother voiced by iu. Mayo moross cy. In japanese and vic migo no ghana in english the main antagonists of the series you. To- is twin brother and an old friend turned enemy of roque heroes who supposedly died two years ago at the dormitory where everything went wrong. The truth is he had been using the cadets as experimental subjects including rokuro the only successful Being forced to kill them and events therefore known as the high not too shaky tragedy that influence such a trauma on rokuro that he decided to quit exorcism until he met benny. Oh you utah. Objective is to become the ultimate exorcists by attaining the complete power of yang a spiritual power of humanity and yen the spiritual power of the category which would result in the eradicating of all lives in existence upon learning his plans rokuro and oh started to focus on their training with the main purpose of defeating him as rokuro wants to avenge his dead friends and benny. Oh intends to defeat her brother as a sign of atonement for the sake of her family's honor. Then we got borough meet t comma voice by miki swath. Shero in japanese and kate against in english. She is an exorcist holding the title. Kinko who has been does former master like arima. She intends to improve the twin star relationship and marriage and arranges them to date each other now. The last character. I need to talk about is arima tests. Suci immi kado voiced by daisuke by nami kaawa in-depth knees and matthew mercer in english the leader of all exorcists in japan and the one who arranges the marriage between benito and rokuro he later relocates them to a fancy villa while eccentric and to meet. He also possesses a devious even sinister side. His greatest enhancements is summoning. The the low kozara on the other hand he is also powerful enough that two of the heavenly commanders declined to join him on the battlefield as they would be merely a hindrance to him sometimes. He appears uncaring in the case of the twin stars when they are in danger although in fact he wants them to prove themselves worthy of their title and strength their power and bonds together unlike the previous couples that were chosen to become the twin star who died due to their carelessness. Now let's talk about some of the more recent episodes that i have watched first one's called episode nine is called inter. Weaning tragedies chinese come with smile as rokuro. Here's that videos twin brother is jato deka. She starts to betray him with her sword. Then see jen intervenes. That there's more to the story at that moment. A cloak individual approaches revealed itself to be yoshito surprise to see him alive and enraged rokuro confronts him but subdues him without use of talismans save jin resumes that the hin act to ski tragedy was caused by cases of ca- gari corruption. A flashback from two years. The students at the dormitory attended a ceremony that yoto setup claiming it will help others get stronger in reality. The whole ritual was for performing dark are on all the exorcist trainees for his own test subjects to receive vast spiritual power row. Cheol is forced to put the calamity to rest by exercising his peers since then the tragedy has left eight trauma on roku euros resulting him to abandon the exorcist..
"immi" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Planted on. Jeremy planted his bag like instead of the bullhorn like over the wall. Like scalise like throwing. We'd benz hoping scare chairman like cracks. The scent like tomorrow. If i could go to hawaii and i wouldn't even go to hawaii for my own enjoyment. I wouldn't go on a vacation. If i could go to hawaii right now just to physically remove jeremy from the villa and then come right back to canada. I would do it. I would do all pay for it. I would do the travel. Don't care what it takes. I'll i looked at throw you also news and music festivals there all bottle like the artists. And it's really not cool but it's a thing that happens. I'm going to throw a bottle at gerry interesting. It's it's really interesting. That corey has become sort of like america's favorite and that. Jeremy keeps being his. Like jeremy on his own is trash like he's boring. He's one of the most boring people i've ever seen ever and keeps saying he's a tarzan type. I guess that just means like gross. I don't know like. I don't know that that's a compliment. He has a long bob on greasy hair. Like you're at least. Tarzan was raised in the jungle and didn't have access to a shower. Like i don't understand why jeremy is getting away with this look. But he's now like becoming the foil to one of america's favorite contestants in the house so it's our islanders. Excuse me so. It's just like such a bad look for him. Does he not realize i feel like we're getting a lot of like i'm the uk version. We get a lot of like people love you like. You're doing great. I've been watching on the outside and you're so we're not getting a lot of like the perception of america like being told to them but germany has to pick up like corey got those three dates like one hundred years ago now like i gotta stop going toe to toe with them because he only wants out of this is like more personal training followers. Modeling jobs right. I have to assume it's not love that he's looking for especially with about a week left in the villa lake. Where is the challenge where we read tweets and like news articles at them like tell people hate them. I want them to know and like give us like some entertainment for the last week. That you're there us one of my tweets please. I want them to know. It was me also know. Jeremy focuses on one woman at a time. Guys okay. he doesn't You know tell that. When he said that tonight i fell over. I was like okay like loretta train. Uh what's his like. Lean list immi jenny who he like. Not letting you talk about last week's episode apparently but like the fraudulent the fraud. That was coming out that that's not a word but we need a new words for the level of fraud. Jeremy was having pretending to be couple of coupled with an interested in jenny truly and the way that he just left her crying alone to go talk to the boys about how keys in such a tough spot. now i hate him so much. I wish that he would shut up forever. I don't like him to leave. And they're like well you ever relationship with her and she's like no i don't he doesn't care at all and the thing is i. Don't think that he will care. He's not gonna find someone in this last week. You could be there for three more months. He wouldn't find someone. Jeremy doesn't care he doesn't have to be coupled up on the show. I don't think he would be. He just wants to hang out he just wants to be on. Tv okay so then like literally the next morning. Johnny shannon like make amends engineers like. Oh it's just such an impulse to say that. I shouldn't have said it have a backbone johnny for a minute. She had a point like i. Just don't right. I don't get josh's criticism of like they're so raunch again. We didn't see enough. And i didn't watch last monday's so great so i maybe much more at all no. So what is the raunchy nece. I thought the criticism was the social media. I don't understand the raunchy. But also like i would to your point. Kirsten like jenny backs down immediately. So it's like i'm not. I'm not about to defend her if she's not willing to defend ourselves i can't imagine how raunchy a twenty two year old would have to get before. I'm like shocked and appalled josh married man. Now josh man so like you know. The difference is he's respectable menasheh had sex with a girlfriend and then left her in bed to go have sex with her best friend and that was used in a game on this season and then he is saying that somebody else's too raunchy you are on love island sir intimate stuff. He doesn't bed. I know i know i shouldn't do it. I shouldn't talk about it by the intimate stuff. We do in bed. How dare you bring up. The intimate stuff She was not even the least bit indirect. She was like you have sex with him in bed are are you alluding to the intimate time. We spend no not alluding to is set it directly. And that's what she needed to do. Like i feel like ache. If johnny has been like yes i am because you guys are being hypocrites right now then then we really could have seen some lights. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen.
"immi" Discussed on The Action Catalyst
"Then at seven thirty on off. Get ready to jim. Get over to the gym. Do my thing get back. Get showered lead at nine o'clock. I'm ready to start. May so i do that by basically without fail. I'm sitting goals. It's not hit morning routine five this week. It's so embedded in my day. It's not even some my after. Try to hit. It just happens all the time. It's all that is so so important for me. It actually starts before. I go to bed. I do about a thirty minute. Check up on everything that has happened that day. My goal is before midnight. That i answer any question that needed to be answered so i don't go to bed with that question on my mind and to know that there was a victory that day of as many victories as possible. Also i look at my calendar. Before i go to bed and i have the next day prepared so i know exactly what's happening at the very beginning of the day and all the way through the end of the day and sometimes that's where i'm i'm getting everything prepared for the day because there's nothing worse than waking up in the middle of the night and it occurs to you that something's happening tomorrow that you're not prepared for so i find in order for me to get a good night's rest. I have to check up everything that has happened. And then everything that's going to happen. And then i sleep like a baby. I sleep like a rock every single night. I sleep really well. And i think it's due to that every time i don't do that. I actually find myself waking up at four. Am going holy crap. We have this and this and this and there's a call happening at eight am and i don't even know if they have the things that they need for the call and so that's i think an important part of my routine and then praying. Yeah i read a book about george washington and it's funny. It was a really thick book. It was called washington a life and it was his whole life story and there was one little part in the book that his wife made a journal entry about that george washington got on his knees and prayed at their bed every night before he got in the bed and i just went with george. Washington does that. I can do that too. I think there's a act of getting on your knees that submit you and get you in the right mind frame. And then that's all the gratitude and all the prayers and the things and then and then you go to bed and when you wake up. You're ready to go disci- that i discovered recently is they've done a lot of studies to determine that used thin significant amount of time focused on gratitude. Things that you're grateful for for some strange reason. It makes you more capable of doing delayed gratification behaviors so usually living's apprentice instinct gratification in like making an opera property. Or whatever while you're gonna do that. Get response right away but the things you have to do for the delay like ready notes. Deibel doing check in calls He's over time. If you send time thinking about a grateful you are. You are actually more capable of duty. i love that. I don't think i've heard that before it makes sense. Yeah now. I can see how that works so i think that that's one of the things about self talk a big. Partisan talk is what you say to yourself. But it's also the suffered prevent from getting in. You have to black that stuff out in no. This isn't good for me. This is actually arming. Meet this allowed just popular media that also that categorization so you owe it to yourself to go. That material could be reshaping. The way i think about human relationships to me. I'm out in like not. That netted love that that is so spot on pat. Absolutely yeah yourself self talk is not only what you say to yourself about yourself but what you allow other people to say about you that you actually believe. We have another question here. How do you build faith in yourself after failure. So when i referenced. You know might might trials nearing bankruptcy and stuff like that. There was a big heart. My i guess my ego. That was pretty. Beat up in when you're successful doing something like i was successful at southwestern advantage for a long time and then you deviate from that. And then i'll send your experiencing extreme failure to extend that like is the kind of stuff you don't wanna talk about with your neighbors. You know kinda especially the use around with people that you believe are successful in the shane that you put on yourself. I think it really required me to go through a process. What makes up my value in. I lewis immi- simply worth loving or my simply worth at what i contribute to society or is there something deeper that just because i'm a human i have bounty can like a sanctity life type of questions but it's true. I mean you get beat up when you when you sail a lot you beat yourself up. People are beating you up. And then you've gotta find a way that you can work your way out of that. But i think it really starts like you design yourself and i think for me. It was a big part of a maturing process to build that up right. That's an important part of your childhood in your developments building your ego up but people eventually continued. Made sure can tear that you go down on. Continue to live in society without ego being the thing that's constantly meeting on. That takes a lot of work in. I wouldn't really recommend trying to do it all on your own but to do that with You know people who can support you in sees the value as you're on that journey but when you do from out the other side of massive failure if you've wrestled with that stuff if you're not just like no i gotta get another success. Then i will have replaced failure. You just go the failure. Let's just keep that all in as part of nursing shaven that okay. That might help. Some people might help me. Is that could happen again. I tell myself that frequently. Whenever i think. I'll you at distrusted this year. You crushed it. I want to follow that up constantly with that can all away in. Who are you that can all were you and build a really go that to be. Okay yeah you know what. Pat does perfectly described was the definition of unconditional confidence and conditional confidence as when people base their confidence and results. And things that are uncontrollable or put your faith in and other people put your faith in politics and if you put your faith in politics than good luck if you put your faith in other people good luck but when you put your faith in something bigger than you something bigger than a person something bigger than politics. Then you can have real confidence. And unconditional confidence is having belief in your god given abilities and your acquired skills and knowing that failure is going to happen but through faith and perseverance and never giving up success will happen and so getting through the failures. That's part of life and everybody's dealing with failures. But i think that quitting is something different failures come and go but quitting is when you lose and so losing a habit and so is winning and losing 's unacceptable failure. Sure it's going to happen so as long as you don't lose your all good so this was just amazing. Thank you for taking the time to be on. 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Kicking Doors Open (With GIna Yashere)
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"immi" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville
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"immi" Discussed on WIT CAST - the talking heads
"Around pockets in themselves in their self interest. We probably see would have seen a lot more that could have happened, but we eighty to be to have a a Republican party that is really not thinking about people anymore. They're really thinking about themselves and I think it's whether we getting the tax break and low behold you know this administration when they passed a law, it was a tax break bill. You know, and so we we are in challenging times and what we need is. We need new blood in in our house of Congress. Because we need younger generation in Omega seats. It's it's very much. A system that is not serving the people anymore. because. What we need is everybody who is able to vote must vote at if you. Vote You Marin influence. You and I say this I you know I started a pack in in the Washington State called the South Asian pack. I to bring the South Asians together. Because our voice is not being heard enough suddenly now, with Kamala, Harris as the vice president nominee, we do feel excited but in the last two years in Washington state at least we've tried to get the South Asian community together more and more, and this this voice is so important. But as you said, a lot of people are in the lines for EPA. It's it's. You know. And they do live on the east coast because we could do a lot of Back here. Yeah. Well, you know. He. I would be happy to talk to you at offline about some of the things that you could start, but it's every one of us needs to do something. In life where we really need to start. Figuring out how can we get up voices out there in a strategic Mana but I you know I think the community is coming together. Slowly I'm we are rising depending on where you live just yesterday I'm very proud to say that there was a grassroots effort between the bummer. This she community the Pakistani community, the Indian community where we came together and had an event called institutional racism to the Lens of immigrants. Had, it was really well done and I'll make sure you get the link and. It's it's a basic one. One note what institutional racism submits because when you Ni- another immigrants come to this country where I was studying getting into work. We're not necessarily learning about the historic pathways of how racism became racism today and we only see through a road is but we don't necessarily figure out Rhonda Stan, what the bigger picture is. So we had the one on one. Institutional racism how it goes hand in hand with everything that you and I talked about just now you know. So I'll make sure you get the links and your listeners and viewers can learn a little bit about it because. There's so much. We don't know but if we do no. We implement that in our day to day actions. Yes. Knowledgeable Ball. Both very much. Yeah. Please do send me those links don't once you book is out. If I can Have to the first page of the, you know the they can put it out along with this podcast. I'm sure there'll be a lot of people would be interested in buying. Be. So grateful. Thank you and once again, thank you very much for finding the time. Jeff. Marr I'm so grateful number. Thank you for having your my show. Please stay safe and I hope you're teaching goes well and I'd love to learn more about your teachings. You know it's it's very close to my heart. I don't think any more but. Not Much, not publicly now bostrom singer. Yeah, we'll take. CARE. bye-bye..
"immi" Discussed on WIT CAST - the talking heads
"Already taken to account the all these categories. And everybody has a room minute. The trouble is the room has shrunk and the immigration system needs to be completely changed when these notions some of the midst I will tell you is nobody's getting anything for free? So when immigrants come here where they are legal illegal, nobody gets a handout. Day You you cannot simply go to social security and say I need this. They don't get that he unless they're a very narrow circumstances, but even to get asylum these days, this particular administration has made it such that nobody's getting asylum. These cases are taking years and years just like the a particular Chinese community, Filipino community Max and can community and Indian community they have very long lines. Everybody's in the situation. Nobody is seeing that cases move but DC humanitarian causes announcing anything. If you think about the refugee category, this administration hasn't taken any they have closed the doors and if you think about the way, the refugee system works they have to go through years and years and years literally abetted before can they can get to the doors opening to them and just as the doors that opened to come to the US Bam. Ministration closed it. So unfortunately, it's unfair for Arab people the. Hand what we need is immigration reform. So the better argument that everybody can make is we need comprehensive immigration reform. You cannot have a bill that is only going to address one little thing even though it's a big thing in the whole scheme of thing. It's going to create problems elsewhere. So the ankle bone is connected to the Nivo that's connected to the hip bone and so full. If you just take care of one little bone, the entire body is going to remain wonky but wonky on a different way on different sides. So comprehensive immigration reform is the utmost important thing of this moment in our times because we need to address every aspect of it. So. Why said no political will to get moved? Is that what is the reason you can think of? You know. I think that's A very profound question there is political will. the trouble is nobody can agree on where to meet the line. and. So in two thousand, twelve This deal Obama administration had helped out have an immigration bill that was passed in Senate. It was time bill had paused on immigration for comprehensive immigration reform in decades. Nobody was happy but it was a good compromise and it was the closest we had come when it cut came to the house. Unfortunately, it never made it to the floor because the Republicans are dead set against having. A bill that would really have a compromise. Compromises gave us the wool. Make sure that all these undocumented people are out of the country. There's no pass to citizenship for anybody. Had they what border security and they wanted you know some other things and the house bill had all of those issues. Issues addressed in the House bill but the Republicans never even paid attention. So the political will is that from the Democrats absolutely a hundred and fifty percent. It's the Republicans that really have not come to an agreement that even come close to coming to the table. So the puck political will is that from one side, but you can't do anything with one side we have a government that it should be bipartisan. And what we have seen that this is not just on immigration though. It's happening on everything whether it's healthcare whether it's you know infrastructure we have come to a point in this country where the lawmakers are not making law that just making a lot of noise to seem like working. It was a miracle that we got the P. P P loan issues at Costume Congress. Who knows what's going to happen? Absolutely. During the time when the Obama Administration did have majority in both houses. In the healthcare bill passed maybe it's your taxes onto the Occasion Bill. Agree I agree but it's not that they didn't. They did prioritize health can over immigration at that moment But healthcare is just as important as immigration. New. It's a it's a lesser of the two evils. It's which baby do you keep alive? I mean you caught Healthcare Health? Cat. Because they've made those changes. And were able to pass a preexisting conditions and things like that I mean if you think about it this pandemic that was suffering. Is really know with surviving it because we have some of those bills passed. So I agree with you should have been in the first time. But he I don't know if I would have done if I were in the shoes of that administration I that that doesn't immigration lawyer I do feel like. was there more that could have been done. You know I don't know I. Mean it's I feel strongly. Should have been a bigger push maybe more executive actions should have been taken numb. You know that the previous administration has not without fooled either. Know the Republicans don't talk about it but. Obama was dubbed tests, the portering chiefs. He. Able he did. So you know he he didn't allow people to come here illegally and this administration makes it sound like he did, and so it's it's a very interesting time in history but I, think that's a very fair question ask. But I talk politics is difficult. If we had people who are in the seats of making law really think about the people of the country and not just.
"immi" Discussed on WIT CAST - the talking heads
"Veg losing as But what I don't do is help people go to court I used to when I started to make sure that I come out to that particular area particularly after I had children but what this administration did. Is, Essentially. Arrest people more and more and more. The. The enforcement of laws have become heightened, who is going to help them, and so I, created a nonprofit with some friends. Training, non-immigration lawyers to go into immigration court to help people who need help, and so that is cooled Washington Immigrant Defense Network Widen the nonprofit. Essentially helping people. Get the help they need in that trials but I think what you might be referring to the aviation part is I helped create a with some friends again something called airport lawyer Dot Org. And while that, did you re talked about the Muslim ban and immediately thereafter? And I talk about this in my book. When this order was signed, it didn't come with any notice. We didn't know it would come and we didn't know it would be effective immediately. And so what that meant was there was a global chaos. Instantly did on which country you are in you you couldn't board your plane you will on the play you were immediately banned while you are in the AD. You know, and if you landed here you suddenly you couldn't get off the plane. Some. People were sent back. and. So there was immediate chaos around the United States but around the world. And so those people needed lawyer help Zoya Help Nikolay Hill. When they got off the plane. So airport lawyer who? People came together. We became a team and again, this is all explained in my book. and We created airport lawyer that allowed passengers to contact us. And volunteer lawyers would connect with them at whichever airport they are. They were acting America. And those big things really really helped in those critical moments. You know it's It's been a it's been a a four years feels like ten. Essentially. The other question was Do. You have to have a particular mindset to become a loyal because I've seen Kids who argue, parented? Hey, you'll make a good life. Is A, is it a particular mindset? You need to be a a Tonioli? That's a really good question and I would love you listen to read the book because my co-founder from airport lawyer talks about that. But before I answer that question I will also say that my book was based upon a lot of interviews for my pod cost. The set out to do a book about as it was during the podcast interviews, it cut to me that will have these interviews needs to be in one spot. That interview full, the lawyer who helped me with lawyer is well who are listening to about. How one becomes a lawyer at the onset? Yes. No. The the IT is true. You know a lot of people who have not necessarily argumentative state of mind but you know have they don't take no for non set. They do become lawyers they do have that. Mindset cut honestly if you have critical thinking an analytical mindset. Lawyer too because not everybody goes to court in a lot of people who are you know doing real real estate transactions example Patent Law of, for example, they just analyzing documents with legal analysis, and so my answer is you know Wa- Kohl's you. You know people use the law in many different ways people who are lawyers often are in. Public. Interest to hall because you are a humanitarian, you really want to help that person in crisis. You're a nonprofit helping them with housing low particularly now. Forty million plus Americans are out of jobs and we have a critical housing problem where people are facing eviction you know. Can Be anything you want it to be frankly you your passion and you could probably find a legal avenue in which to help. So you can become a lawyer no matter. What is just salonpas than sometimes people don't have that patients. Right. Now switching. Topics. So you and I have know stood in line we've done everything right? Tim You've got A. Ships or Whatever and some of I still in in line. Seem. Unfair. That people the southern bottle when they come in a and. Become citizens overnight have been given A. Of non-christians overnight does it does it? Evoke a feeling of unfairness. That's a really good question and I have to say that does come up. Often when this issue is debated, handed happens with. One immigrant group against another immigrant group. And the answer is no it's not unfair because first of all nobody has an easy nobody is coming from the southern border on getting any arguments that come up from particularly the Indian community because there's a very long waiting line to get a green card and it is inherently unfair there's no question about it. So that the unfairness from that is your hair, your contributing, making immense invaluable contributions just like I mentioned, but you're not getting the security that you should. And the children grow up and then we have to find a you know a visa category for the children. It is inherently unfair. But for those people say we need immigration reform when immigration laws were created in the nineteen fifties and sixties, the world has changed a zillion times over. The needs of the world have changed the immigration that technology has changed. The face of immigration has changed the most need to change to keep up with it, but we're not getting that what we need. more visas in general, and we need a way to grandfather everybody in it's a different system a different. Solution for them to the asylum seekers who are coming who are being persecuted for their lives you know they have a life and death literally a life or death situation they are crossing for months and months and months with little babies attached to them often dying or even being abused as they get here, having sort of been abused tortured in their own countries. And this particular administration has taken away the rug from under their feet and I, talk about this in in my book to that the. Human. Rights, convention. That protects people who have fleeing torturous situations. Dodge human. Rights. Convention is not being. Abided by. and. So the answer is it's not unfair because the immigration laws that we have..
"immi" Discussed on WIT CAST - the talking heads
"Schools to function a jokesters to actually see patients and so forth. Immigrants are immensely. Valuable invaluable. If you think about the only place, we can go the grocery store. The food that is that the apple that you are finding on your grocery shelves coming to you because the immigrant them a chain of events is media helping us have that they are picking apples from the farms delivering delivering them. On the vans of they are actually putting them in the grocery store shelves are day to day. Basic living is happening because we have immigrants in this country. If you look at the healthcare system that is absolutely you know under strain at the moment, a large portion of those doctors nurses assistance are immigrants. If you look at the Filipino community, a large number of those nurses all from the Filipino community. If you look at the Indian community, the South Asian Community, how many doctors do we have that are serving in both in technology, but the medical industry Out The immigrants. On nation right this moment in history would have fallen apart already yet. What has this administration done that initial noto of reducing emigrants really came into fruition as the pandemic began. From March to June. They have had a number of policy changes including executive orders, badding more and more people this time banning on visa categories so they banned parents and siblings from getting. Until December and we'll have to see what happens in the election. But quote unquote chain migration has now been accomplished through this. But how because the pandemic is taking jobs away these people are not coming to take jobs away the coming here to be with families the coming here to actually make a contribution of their own. They have banned new H., one B. Visas and J visas. They have that band at L. Visas. The J. Visa is not a visa that is normally in the news. But if you think about what's happening today, we have childcare problems. We have children who are home I have two children who attend an eight you know suddenly I'm I'm a parent as well as a a professional who's working from home with my children at home. Who's going to teach my children? Often people have J. Visa Oh pads come to the US. September to help with childcare, she suddenly become out those. Immigrants yet, we have a pandemic where we con- how cross-contamination of at an airborne virus that is essentially a pandemic, a bad time to pecan JV's up. At band. So what this administration has done is use covert. As a means to their end to actually. Reduce Immigration. One of the biggest things that they have done I mean everything is big nothing is bigger than the other but one of the because the impact is absolutely huge on across the board, but one of the things that they did in February. Just as a pandemic was hitting the US. Institute a new law that was created through the rulemaking process, not an executive order. And people will forget. That this was an executive order in January twenty seventeen, it just wasn't signed. So we already knew it was coming. And, I will make sure that you get some of these links but this particular little essentially quote unquote reform was public charge. We do not want immigrants to come here to get social security benefits and so this went through a rulemaking process. It went through a law to have a litigation and the litigation hasn't finished. They allowed this rule to grow into effect. And back was implemented in February what has that caused for us? The pandemic happened immediately thereafter, we are now as immigration lawyers but also immigrants. In a frenzy, we don't know what needs to happen how it needs to happen who's going to be affected, and even this particular was having an injunction that injunction was lifted two weeks ago. For some states, we don't know who needs to find it. I mean that's just a lot of uncertainty. Yeah one we are dealing with. Uncertainties of children going to school where the we actually should go to the grocery store to buy groceries. Otherwise, we might get the virus ourselves I mean we have so much going on and suddenly the West Coast is on fire. You might have listeners who are in. California in Oregon and Washington State. I cannot tell you the anxiety that we have here. We were able to go on hikes. We were able to go to the parks without kids. Now. We're not allowed to do that. We cannot do that I live in. Seattle Washington. Luckily. There hasn't been a fire in my immediate vicinity, but there's been fires around our area in eastern Washington, and if anybody pays attention to the news, those fires have blown smoke. The winds have blown those smoke over to our area. We cannot leave the house anymore. We have the worst air quality in the world at the moment and You know it's One thing after another after after another and the immigration problem is just being a nail in the coffin. If you like a lot of people, you know I don't know if you heard this from your listeners Nada, but a Lotta people came as tourists from India, out Indians living in Dubai Indians living in different countries South Asian people generally my background is Bangaladeshi. people who've come here as tourists they called leave because the borders had closed wherever they were. And suddenly we have immigration problem Salim. Can we file the application is going to be adjudicated? We find another one so it's been a very trying time so. I'm so glad you started the conversation without poem. Because I've not seen anybody else do that. because. It's just. Thing right the the the the country was founded on this. Supposed to be. Coming a shining city on a hill as President Reagan at one said. Service a beacon PLEURA. Most of the nations but unfortunately, the sordid right now. It's not at the moment and I have to tell you. I'm writing a book at the moment. You know I mentioned that before and hopefully gonNA come out in the next week or two. Until you have it but it's essentially. A story of not only what I have done. The last four years I do a lot of community work a lot of pro Bono not only helping clients but what does the community need? How can we get immigration lawyers to the community where it's not going to cost the community a lot of money So I've been able to start some new initiatives to be able to help that but I highlight Lomas who have done work. Outside, of day today jobs to help the community as well in different areas, not just immigration and it's cold legal heroes in the trump era. And the comes out yet. Thank you. The book comes out a hopefully September twenty nine. And it's really a story of how lawyers have had to step up. As the government has created all of these obstacles for us and I hope you'll listeners will buy the book it will be one, thousand, nine cents the day it's released. And I hope of your listeners. Will read the book maybe comment on on. What they feel because I think everybody feels we need.
"immi" Discussed on WIT CAST - the talking heads
"This podcast features Misdemeanor Watson, who is an attorney practicing immigration law. During this interaction, we got to know her views about immigration and the problems associated with a system that badly needs a complete reform. We also got to know about her involvement in community based activities. Altogether, it was a great conversation so it's over to me and Nandor. So I'm quoting Emma. Let's hear. Tied Poor Your huddled masses and. Be Free. From there, we seem to have done three sixteen week now one, the brightest and the best. Commend, surrender the sensation Diglis and why did it take? Such a great question to start with and I just got goosebumps alerted me and if you go go to anybody in this administration, they'll have different version of the poem. They've actually really tried to literally changed the version of the poem. Immigration is such a core issue in America. If you. If you are not native, American, you have come to America. An immigrant background whether you came here to the mayflower. Or you know the planes wrong. The other parts of the blow. 'em What this administration has done. Is really taken that cool message of immigration and turned it on its head just like you said, we sixty degree turn. There is a notion that immigrants a bad for America, The current rhetoric is immigrants are taking away jobs, immigrants at taking welfare and essentially taking the rights away from quote Unquote White. People. And that rhetoric has done so much damage a look we can talk about to in in the form of policy and happening on the roads because they're all absolutely related. From policy, you might remember from like January twenty seventeen when this administration actually got into office Miller, a number of executive orders that was signed almost from the get go after the rhetoric of immigration throughout the campaign period I'm one of them was a travel ban also known as the Muslim ban and. From that moment onwards essentially. We've had problems with adverse policies coming in. Constantly one executive order after another whether it's for undocumented immigrants whether it's for the public charge issues in common touch that on in a minute whether it's a high skilled immigration that all having problems. and. With that issue, what we see is that the Law has not changed. I think one of the things that's very important for people to understand. Goes in this country have to be created by Congress where the help will agree on a bill, both Republicans and Democrats that bill will go to the Senate or vice versa sometimes where the Republicans and Democrats will come to an agreement, and that bill will get a pastas well, and Ben that bill goes to the president. There is a process in which laws are created in this country but as we have seen Congress doesn't agree on anything. This administration has essentially taken. Advantage of those disagreements. And essentially created executive orders one after another essentially creating the way policies will be adjudicated bypassing Congress completely and has a result while we hear see executive orders with vague language we want the highest. Paid the brightest minds which was said in an executive order about H one B visas. When you read that, you don't really know what it means. I remember going on various media channels saying, well, we'll have to see what it means because that by itself doesn't mean a lot because obviously you need to change the laws to define what highest paid means on what brightest minds means in emission, but we found very quickly that the government was changing the way in which. Its policies will being adjudicated on these cases. Ugly looking at wages that looking at the degree hype immoral in the more scrutinized utilizing way than we've ever seen the before. And as a result we we've seen the highest denials in H. ONE BS ever. And that has a consequence on everything that's followed. Now, this administration came in with various. Rhetorical set of ideas number one, they don't want family based immigration and they called it chain migration. Even. Still be making it sound bad. Didn't want people taking jobs away making it sound bad. But without the high skilled immigrants would be have particularly in this depth a pandemic situation what we have our Internet working would be have phones working. Would we have a Netflix's working would be what have any of these technology items that are keeping US actually functioning at a time when we can't even leave our houses Immigrants have an incredible contribution to everyday life that is not being I'll take united. It's an invisible hand behind the way we are operating in the interview that you and I are doing on zoom. The founder of it was actually denied his visas over the past several years, of course. After another before he was given a visa, but it's an immigrant that is allowing you and nine to talk today. But. He this immigrant is allowing our.
"immi" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast
"Body back. When my garden started to talk about my name for Hawaiians our names are really important slow. He started telling me. The meaning of my Hawaiian name Immi- colonie. Bat It describe the percent that could see spirits communicate with. Communicate with the heaven communicate with God. On when God spoke I, listen high need to listen. So and When I spoke. May Angels, God listened to me so it was a two ish stricter. And that was part of my name. So after explained, my name are I went off into a sleep. In the. And I fell asleep in the arm of my protector. And I felt like those that say should like I falling. And A lot of people have that when you dreaming you dreamy falling a new wakeup. Used someplace. Your bed and so when I woke up, I was back in my body. And I was in. Being. Wheeled into the examination room of the hospital. And the strange thing about it is that in a time when when you`re Experiencing. When your when your spirit is cyber body. Time is distorted. On I saw off I spent..
"immi" Discussed on Correctly Mistaken
"On that. Okay all I'm all we. We won't equal rights we. Do. Separate but equal is okay with me. I want the same rights is in and I don't mean. Like I said I got a lot of white free. But I'm talking about the ones that's fucking on his bluesy here. I want the same rights as the most of this bullshit, but let me go over here on my side. Whatever the fuck I don't. Let me, have my own bank. Let me have my own farms. Let me have my own car lots. You know whatever the fuck you made me. I was saying. I'm with the same chance that you got. Don't rely me. From getting a house in the mortgage, Immi, the same obstacle guarantee I'm an outpour. Just hand. On My What I'm saying, so that's what I'm saying like. Yeah, we need people in power. To do their she. Never game on. The ship was never built for us. I guarantee you. What one black person signed the constitution that I agree with a somebody long time ago. How can we be? How do we thrive in a system? That wasn't even fucking bill for us in the first place to thrive in and and I go back. That's the core of all this shit that fucking quote right there I. Don't know who said it, but that's the core of all of it. How can we thrive? Maybe it was maybe it was wkbd boys. I don't know. But some I I think a person of color said that, though how can we thrive in a system that was not built for us in the first place. And I was like. Wow, you know what? How you know when I seen the other day. To cut you off, go ahead carbonates like you say it says on another drive. Free Labor off our people. Come on Bro Garrett a Morgan fucking stoplight here. They Morgan the gas masks Carter G.. You I'm saying he's my name but I see some other than that. Fuck me up. I can't remember the guy's name, but they were talking about he was a slave. He made a branch tool and that's how they came with.
The Future Of Health Care
"Odd Bjorn and welcome Swinton Yours Metro. Could he ks mental health podcast? I'm Yvette and we're doing things but at the moment because of the epidemic today. I'm chatting soup Professor Mike Combs. He's the vice chairman of the Royal College of General Practitioners. We're going be fine the out about how. Gp's coping at the moment and how the health service might be affected after the epidemic We do know is I think. Definitely different general practice Evolved changed rapidly last Pepsi's accesses in a different way using technology and much more over way. But you know I think I'm despite the fact that has been changes work so it's GonNa. I'm still quite certainly where I would. Let's get to hear What's Today worked? Like how change because of the prime of it. So I think The Access to general practitioners. So we're asking patients to use the phone who use the Internet to contact us and then we're cooling back in assessing than needs and often weekly video consultations which we have helped in. We're trying to do with as as many agent requests hitting outweighs possible We're using more than one more. My Corona virus type symptoms. But we're also got the ability to save people both in the way I'd also Problems you are. A few people have been put off new ways. Contacting be found. People have adopted very quickly. Immi indicated you. I think people were the public with that. Had An amazing response and using services really appropriately and trying to keep away. She hasn't we have noticed that there was a reduction agent edgy cat activity. You know at one point. I think we're probably seeing a twenty five percent reduction of cool cozy against Over time has become slide worrying. And we're seeing fewer people they admitted to hospital for Co Coburg Related Issues Where seeing numbers referrals to Secondary Cancer Hospital Services has Jesus for example the two week. Wait referrals potential. Cancer diagnoses seems to have gone down by fifty percent. So we all worried that people have changed their behavior and it's and it's resulting Perhaps not presenting to general practice. We've probably be able to today. What about these mental health issues? Do you think people are still stiff? Hesitates to him thinking that they should getting touch that. Gps The moment useful thing. There is an element is I was talking to some colleagues From I AP and from so. That's the local psychological therapies service and also from the Somme and tell them to have reduced And I think we also you see few patients presenting with mental health issues which is again a bit of a worry. 'cause you know what we suspected that those programs have increasing due to the low kind due to the current situation so we all trying to get message out. General Practices Oakland to business. I mean we really would like to contact his a took him. Yeah definitely because I'm sure it's it's a very difficult time for lots of people for twenty two issues on that people with longtime mental health issues finding things harder at the moment but also Perhaps people who might not sit had mentally south issues before dealing with a great deal of sedans. Artie and other issues How you finding yourself that things like that. The video calls and of telephone calls with patients. I mean do you think it must be very difficult to support people especially with mental issues that way? Different I think. And we're having to adapt to that have to make the best of it and to be honest. We all able to communicate. We only see patients affected. Say is being in the same room with human connection and the definitely different I think it's okay. We're managing to have conversations and you know we do have the ability to see people and if absolutely necessary and of course We meet we have capacity to do that. We already sort of done how some people might be sort of hesitation about event the GP even if they had quite a serious issue are you. There might be some sort of Possible sort of Russians under people going to the doctor after tendon because over. That's one of the things that we have been talking about. You won't come next and I think general practice. He's starting to pass that and we want to avoid being overwhelmed and and we're starting to reach out to patients who we think might might be higher. School is situation where they might need our input so many long term condition and of course mental health is one of them. So we're thinking about well which civilian into to me to reach out to you Pets on dementia patients The pictures that practice of being at high risk for the reasons whether a history of safeguarding or perhaps domestic abuse history in the past you know building teams in the practice to then reach out and try and connect them productivity wrongly and just waiting to contact to What about GP's themselves? What kind of challenges? They face into the right mental health because it must be quite stressful time as a stressful time for all of us but it must be particularly Houghton Sosa from frontlines. Much me something where we we all. Well I think the changes in themselves and the ducks into new rated working has been one thing Obviously the risk of contracting to rotavirus yourself to play to think the meal Piccolo know patients. He's had an not a challenge. Either thing that we've come across the cruces A workload in terms of our shielding patients and contacting patients cat home near the vulnerable sincere and having difficult conversations about What they want for their future K. You know whether they want to be casual. Do they want to go into? And those conversations are really difficult to the best of times when you're in the face to face situation but during the do them have those conversations when you're not Is a is is quite stressful. So I think we all worried about. Gp We're trying to Offer resources And support for them to take it out their own well-being James Difficult time. Well supported the out there for GP's in particular. So I think we're so the the role Kanji the being a brokerage house. Educating the major stake goes energy I think in a strong to encourage don't healthcare professionals just to think about themselves focus on their law style to take because die The sleep access always make sure they could social connection and try to avoid an unhealthy way the de de-stressing. That's really important will also Kim giving advice they can do. We're is in that practices to support each other and again. I think that there's a lot of evidence that that sort of support from your team has a huge benefit but we're also the people to resources the NHL has has a website people and don't UK whether fifty fleet apps not help tweak and managing stress. Mindfulness we'd worry anxiety to leak. Think they've been really. Well used an on on top of that the helpline album on mountains. That's seven days a week. I'd also bereavement support line Which I think is getting at both getting really take
"immi" Discussed on Indian Noir
"The sound of human clap and an evil love shouted the tender moment as the lodge today emerged from a dark corner so what at Trimbe visit for poorer that aby at odds and Immi and the final essential essential ingredients for ritual. Oh trapped in the web of at aiding in front of her is like blush ships right fruits ready for plucking wait to be devour the large-scale rubbed bronze like an insect celebrating the entrapment and of it's delicious meal. The two rescued teenage girls huddled along with unruly and DEEPA and watch on in horror as the demon approached dramatic Baba arrogance shining in. Its is leave them alone. I know you hate me. Take my life and satisfy your need for revenge. The Roman Baba said but leave them alone. The large today laughed raucously sleep. That too young Ling's can go. Oh but I need your friends deeper and unjustly. The Bile Creech said the large hill moved away. Hey from German Baba and gazed at the bubbling cauldron for years. I wondered why the Mojave deal ritual was not working this sacred mouth of Absorbed all the offerings I poured into it sizzling light Logan's of young virgins. Hold the magic that I had learned from your school of Thunder after the larger. They'll Hand over her face and said with a tinge of sadness in her voice voice who I wanted was to be my old self again and fate would deny amy this same. The rituals prevented me from disappearing into the Netherworld but it never gave me the change age. I saw EEK desired..
"immi" Discussed on Basingstoke Salvation Army Sermons
"I wonder if you feel that your heart has hardened to the Christmas story wonder if your heart is hard and the Christmas story. We've heard it so many times. We and the commercialization of Christmas kind of puts pressure on US and John makes a difference to the way that we feel about the season. And I don't know about you but the gifts in the Christmas shop seems to get earlier and earlier. I I think I think I'm sure I haven't dreamed this that. I saw Christmas gifts in the shop at least in August this year. Only tens of chocolates and that kind of stuff but they were already in mentioning Christmas that seems to get earlier and earlier. There's the hard graft of trying to buy the perfect Christmas present for everyone and we have to be honest that most of us I guess probably have more stuff than we know what to do with and so it becomes more and more difficult every year to find that gift you know a few years ago we would have said of a few people. Well what do you buy the person who has everything but actually actually that's probably becoming more and more true for many more of us. What on Earth do we get each other for Christmas? We get writer's this cramps from writing all those Christmas cards. When asked You for confession this morning but I guess that some of US still write Christmas cards to those people that we met on holiday thirty years ago that we've never spoken to since but you know we always exchange Christmas cards and so we don't want to be the first ones to stop doing that? And so we'll send Christmas cards out. Don't and we get writer's cramp because we're not used to writing quite as much as we used to do. Some of us over indulge in food going look at anybody in particular part for myself. I first of all interstate. We think well we sing the same. I'll carols over and over again. You know the cows. We've sent him this morning. How many times have we sung those over? The years we hit the same Bible Readings Matthew Chapter to Luke Chapter One and two maybe a bit of John One. Maybe we'll go back into the Old Testament and Isaiah chapter nine and all of is sorts of places and things that happen at Christmas and as we get for Christmas and he gets busier and busier. I'm the nights get darker in the mornings get doctors we head towards December the twenty first we just end up thinking December. Such a slop. Christmas is such rush a small garden. So maybe our hearts harden to the Christmas story but for the people who were involved moved in the Christmas story almost every aspect of that story was unexpected unexpected announcements. What's unexpected family? Events unexpected journeys unexpected places to stay unexpected singing in the middle of the night unexpected gifts all sorts of things that were totally unexpected unexpected for most of the people involved in that first Christmas story the Christmas story turned their world upside down however heart heart. Our hearts may have hardened to the Christmas story. The Christmas story. You still has the potential for the unexpected. This year it still has the potential to turn Our world's upside down this year. The Christmas story still has the capacity to change our lives this Christmas time. One of the places dot the Christmas story could route change. Our lives is Immi area of contentment. I don't know if you've noticed they've but Christmas is an assault on our containment. I mean actually stop. Christmas is an assault on contentment from mid October if not earlier than not onwards the advertisers bombarded last with messages. Saying if you get this then this Christmas you will be content if you eat. This is food then. You will be happy this Christmas if you drink this drink and emotionally draining. That's advertised Christmas. You'll more than happy. Now if you're in salvation EST but bombast with these messages you get this by this. Get this I if Christmas looks like this you know the perfect family around the table with all the perfect decorations and all of that kind of stuff then you will be content. Christmas contentment actually is more about simply. Okay okay with who you are and what you have contentment is about being comfortable left with who you are and what you have realizing facts that life is not perfect but it can be okay and we we long for this contentment. We long to be comfortable with our lives. We will be comfortable with. We are what we have and so many many people this Christmas including I guess some of US may be many of us will try to pursue the perfect Christmas in order to find this contentment. So we'll one Christmas to be perfect to feel perfect. It's going to have that perfect feeling and I for some people. Both if it doesn't snow on Christmas Day than it's not perfect Christmas. We want everything to be just right. picture-perfect just writes. It's the food needs to be perfect. I will be content at Christmas. If there's nothing burnt when I get out the on Christmas day we I need to find the perfect gift. Those gifts need to be perfectly wrapped if my presence if my gifts don't look like they've been wrapped by a monkey using his left hand with his other hand tied behind his back. Then I'll be happy. Life will be content so many people approached the Christmas even season believing that. If this can be the best Christmas that they've ever had then life will suddenly be a happy will be content whatever year. They've had they've had their ups and downs. They've had their difficulties. They found themselves in difficult circumstances but as long as Christmas is perfect than I can finish one thousand nine hundred and the last few days of one thousand nine hundred nineteen content and happy if the family can get along without falling out with each other. Then I'll be content if I can buy or perhaps even receive the perfect gift then. I'll be content. If Christmas is perfect then I will have that peace and completeness and content that. I'm looking for ask yourself this more honest with yourself. What is it that you feel if I had that if I had this Christmas that I know I'll be complete? I know that I will be content. Perhaps it's a new house new clothes a musical instrument and Yudhijit for those of us. Who into gadgets maybe travel to an exotic country or on a cruise round several exotic countries? Maybe it's material in that. Maybe it's if my health was better this Christmas then I'd be containing. Maybe maybe if a loved one's health was better this Christmas. That's when I find contentment for some of us. This year it will be a pet would meet together at six thirty this evening to think about. If I knew that person was here this Christmas us be content. Things would make our lives better but some each we come to the realization that there's something else something that's missing is still an emptiness eighteen s however much I have however perfect life appears to be this still something a little hole. The hasn't yet been felt felt. We're not ultimately content. The good news of the Bible and the good news of the Christmas story. Hillary is that contentment can be found quite often lucid. You know it's just beyond our reach but a Bible says it's not enough. We can find contentment. We can find contentment. We can be content with our lives this morning as you can see from the screen. We're looking at Philippians chapter. Four if you want to tend to that in your bibles Philippians chapter four verse is ten to twenty in one of our bibles doubles has homepage. Eleven eighty-one Allen going to come and read these words for us. Thank you Ellen.
Google Stadia: Everything You Need to Know About the Streaming Game Revolution
"Google is finally I would say. It's huge huge. BECCA will all eventually stream video games onto any device. We want now. The search shine hoped this model will one day. Replace the traditional console but it's lodging to some really negative. Get a reviews Scott. You'd have extensive time with the service. What what did you find Lameta applying right now as I talked to you and it's serious multitasking? Running on a macbook air. And I I find that it works in the sense that it's streaming games. But what does that mean in terms of working because we've seen streaming games for the past decade on live I g FORCI now invidious service Yeah other ones that have come and gone ex. Cloud is in Beta right now Playstation now oh so sure games can stream but we've learned over the years that that depends on the quality of your connection and there can be some lag immi- usage with it. I was surprised at how good it looked Donna. TV with the chrome cast. Ultra a little less impressive when right now it's still needs to be together with this controller. Clunky I had to go scramble to find a USB USB SPEC- wire just to make this work to make it work on a laptop or a phone when it gets even stranger. You don't need the tether if you're using an xbox controller corrina controller with this. You can do that on the laptop and phone using other controller but you need the state controller to work with your TV totally confuse the one thing about consoles. Obviously obviously you got a pretty consistent experience right you blow it in the game. You play the game. This is different right there. Consistency or the experience will vary based on the connection speed. I'm using your office connection downplaying destiny or showing it and the thing is you can see some hiccups. In the way it's running it's a little bit of jitter especially for for online shooter could be really frustrated and for any game and the question is sure that functions but with stadia right now you have to buy in to this founders edition package if you you want to get into that. which has the chrome cast of the controller? You could just get the code for the you kind of skip that and eventually. Just connect online that free tier That they've been promising is twenty twenty so you don't need to buy all these pieces be Kinda do need to buy the pieces and you. There's a pro. Subscription Games are purchased separately. So I think that's also a disconnect a lot of people think this might be like net flix. Yeah we're you're subscribing and getting the game that was kind of when it was initially pitched that was kind of like the gut reaction action was like. Oh great like an all you can eat type plan or were you have to pay full price for these Games on top of the service right. Yes like redemption to destiny to those. Are the top games right now. There's a twenty two games I played about six of them I it's not the latest and greatest list of of all the top games. The other thing is that Google's Google's promising this whole wild world of youtube connections with hosts Rican dive into their instances where you can have massive massive like thousand player battle so royal type experiences. That stuff's not here yet. What we're looking at her just pretty standard games that the streaming over the cloud on their servers and looking sometimes really good and sometimes maybe not so I was more impressed with the streaming quality than I expected and the controller feels nice but it's another controller but if I just replicating what's out there I think what you're really doing is getting into a Beta right now? Yeah it feels like this. Is He'd definitely rules. Are Planning the flag on the ground you know for the broader future. But let's look at twenty twenty 'cause it's GonNa be huge for gaming right you've got beyond stadia. We've got the next xbox playstation Mike said Microsoft and Sony are already investing in their streaming services. And then we've got a post by IAN shirt today on Amazon potentially ramping up. Its own game service now. They've they've if ever got twitch at exactly the combination of twitch gaming service seems pretty potent. What do you think everything looks like? Yeah and their servers I mean Amazon's perfect primed to take on the back end system. Yeah and they could fold it into something like prime. I mean they could do. There's a lot of Amazon. Could do and it seems like a perfect match for them so I think right now youth players the questions. Where do you land for that? I also think you don't need to be going into the cloud you lose the ability to play off line and so while it's cool you can kind of play anywhere you do the carry the controller and find a place with a good Internet connection it resisted. The promise of being able to play this on. Your smartphone is fantastic like I play my games on the train. Ain't right in the Russian is terrible. That's why I actually prefer planning switch. It's all flying. I'm just playing like a dedicated to gaming system. I love to have it on my phone but the connection speeds just not going to cut it. Well let's we switch represents that proposition that was around from like the Invidia shield days of like this modular type of thing and then you've apple arcade in Google's holds a equivalent service. which is the idea of a subscription on the device download stuff and? It's kind of like the way that Netflix and other services work now to where he can download and play off line. If that came to something like a stadia then I think you may get the best of both worlds. But we're not at that point yet maybe we will be. and where will google really big. Is Everyone's beginning. Google flak I think justifiably in that a lot of the projects starting stop and so you don't know if this a sign that Google's committing into long-term even with Phil Harrison Jade Raymond and others who are in the gaming industry I think the server part is very important for Google. Yep How much it will resemble this in the coming coming years. We don't really know well again. Brian is GonNa kill me because I'm going to bring up five Jegan like this is a service that's seems tailor-made five g service. That's the other lodging works are canal right now but not really like. We're not going to get to a point where it's going to be mainstream for another two or three years but I think that's the timeframe where I see stadia actually kind of filling some of it's true. Promise that two or three year timeframe if you'll get like the decade of the next ten years but things move at that speed. The idea of streaming high-speed stuff like this and have it work is really exciting and that could apply even beyond games by. I think we are looking at like the very beginnings of that once again. And so I I like would google is exploring with stadia. But that's like if you're not buying into it right if you're if you're looking to buy something this does not seem like anything other than what a someone who is a technique and wants to play around with this idea. We get out of it. You can get these Games on other platforms and game consoles. Go on sale over the holidays so like the price. Differential is not that great. You got one hundred fifty dollars console now. So that's my charge. I'm Scott Stein. Thanks for joining. This
"immi" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
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"immi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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