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"khaw" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
"Some okay is absolutely again chest that going through the motions You know i love I love a bad ending a scary tragic ending horror. I love happy ending sometimes like in my fantasy books and whatnot but i love it when sometimes this happened so rarely sometimes people just get away with it. Sometimes they just do it and they move on and there's so much tragedy like even outside of supernatural things. There's so much tragedy that happens in our lives and you know we we move on And it's always part of us. It's always there but there's kind of a discount almost a wall that gets put between something that's happened and where you are now and you can't even necessarily tie in the links between what happened and what you're doing now and it really captures that feeling of this is something like absolutely horrific and and like to tragic for words and it's handled with of the day. Yeah a sense of on we. Yeah then they move on. Cat goes to school. Get a degree in economics. Becomes an accountant now. The part that makes this no end donna. Delightfully tasty scary note. Is you know. I began to worry that the ohio guru batori followed us sees her sometimes at. It's like you know what what catches seeing is not only the horror and the scariness of the spirit but it's that tension this secret. This you know awfulness that spewed out of this with her friends the swallowing her so much following her. She's haunted by that past perhaps literally definitely figuratively. Yeah it's just brillian. It's just absolutely it just makes me like it makes my heart go pitty pat it tugs it and i'm just like i just want to read this book. I just want to read books like this. This is i mean. I love all types of horror all types of horror but horror with poignancy and emotion horror. That makes me want to cry. Because it makes me feel things. And i'm also horrified is my favorite type of horror. It's always shall be so before we go into our score which sandra think about what. What the What are what are what are you know. Reading stars will be. I wanna say. I opened this by saying that. My experience reading the book was good read. Now's complicated because it was you know difficult in some respects and wonderful and others my My experience post read with the book which is deaf which is definitely different is obsession. There's a lot of stuff from this book That i took from it. That i'm going that i want to learn more about that. I want to think more about. I think that i'm going to read this story again. Because there's more than i want to juice out of it And that's really special Something that can be you know. I think i think there are a book that leaves an impression after the initial reading is something. That's really special. I agree it's the most special. It's what readers we spend our lives chasing is to get another one to get another one to get another one..
"khaw" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
"Can't tell people you should break off your engagement and you can't. You can't tell people that because that is the type of things that someone will really resent you for and in this case files kind of got over it a little bit. Because he's a very warm open hearted person but for nadia dob. Really stuck with her. And it's like you know. Sometimes you have to just let people learn and do their own things and maybe except that. You don't know them as well as you think you know them and where they're at now my you know. We talked about something really fun for the kids soon. As and the ten goose following round watching the action and full they haven't had action in salon. They're following around the clap in their little hands. And i like the way that they're they're painted on the walls and just kind of traveling down the walls and watching everything. I haven't experienced a lot of ghost stories haunted house stories with so much animation. It's almost like biard gas. You know where. It's all just enjoying watching them fall apart. It's enjoying watching the be scared. It's enjoying watching them. Have these deep seated. Tensions bubble over this is this is their super bowl. This is their oscars. This is their everything. I kind of wonder like the story that they told of. This house was You know the the the original bride was destined to be there until there was finally a wedding in the house. Yes and there could have been a wedding in the house. They were talking about getting married right there. It almost feels like they don't know they don't want that to happen. They don't want to be laid. They don't want to be laid to rest. I don't wanna stop watching this happen. They've been waiting for this. They've all been waiting. This is this. Is the last rose puddle falling. Be there one funny part that i loved couple darkly humored parts that i love right here. Philip crossed himself the.
"khaw" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
"They usually do because he's beautiful. Kinda buys everyone's friendship rah. And i say like nobody likes philip but right because he's not like a bad person but he you know there is kind of that sad feeling that he might not even be there if he hadn't paid for the whole thing right and and he and falls have this who attention that ends up. Getting really a because. It's almost like nadia and philip should have been together like you know what i mean. They think that's like the unspoken thing is like and they did have a small relationship but it's like they're the golden couple. It just felt like none of them were in the right place in their lives in their relationship. They kept things bottled up that they needed to to face and this book does not give it to you. One of the things that i that's difficult but i also appreciate about this story. Is that very easily. The point of this whole story could be. Hey let's get everything out in the open. Let's settle everything that's all you either get along or go on our different ways and really none of that happens. No and i love that because that's life. Sometimes things do work itself out and people can mend their relationships but sometimes it just continues to be weird and awkward. I your life And i see that a lot with family and these guys are like family a little bit more than their lake. Bff right there are tribe. So there's something else that i wanted to talk about and we could have talked about it before the show but i decided to go ahead and do it in in the middle of it yeah And that is the the character of cat When i first started the story I wasn't really underst- first of all i wasn't really understanding the the reference to you know win. Whenever whenever cat's name was said it was just like a single line almost like it was a disembodied voice. Saying it which i think was intentional. But second i really couldn't peg who kept was To the point where. I thought that might be male and i was thinking. Oh well that's kinda cool you know this that and the other and then you know more stuff happens. I really started to think of cat as you know. Sh she her basically. And that's why. I continue to use these pronouns. But i actually wanted to talk to you and open this up. I don't know of cat was gendered in this book. i don't remember cat specifically being gendered there's reference to capping bisexual. Yes so so. I took this in. My mind is as cat as probably she but again. Because there's some of like a. I think honestly it's some of the way that cat interacts with nadia. That fell felt like a female tension. That actually brings me to my to my second to my separate part of this conversation. I thought it was sad. that the two of them ended up falling into that that assist systematic. Now no no of being at each other. No i disagree with i. I know exactly where you're going. And i have to honestly say i really strongly disagree with that. I don't first of all cat..
"khaw" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
"Oh my god that makes sense and i don't think most people get that it's it's a great word But it also is. Yeah it's apt for this like it's that feeling of being spread thin and kind of a why bother nece. It's like nothing matters doesn't like it doesn't matter you know you don't care about anything anymore right yeah no it's It's absolutely poignant and again that's one of those things where it's like in kind of a sad way but it's nice to know someone's been there. Someone felt that because they could describe it so aptly so you know she went through all of this and win who was supposed to be kinda her like forever best friend maybe the counting to go. Maybe it seems kinda up in the air went up and got married without telling her didn't go see her and see how she was doing. Just kind of like. Oh well i guess she's dealing with her own thing than the other one's got her through this as she says like fayyaz and philip. They got hurt through. This and lynn was not there and that's like very poignant because they have to face that and at the same time our narrator doesn't want to just be living in that moment perpetually and become a speak on that of like is something about being dragged back into history when you're trying to just like move forward when people keep bringing s. I highlighted that. I'm sure you highlighted The to move past something you kind of have to move past it eventually right and if someone else feeling all of this guilt over something continually like there's a certain point when when when as the quote unquote guilty party. Yeah you have a responsibility to get over that too may or else you know. The offended party is not going to be able to heal. It's like you need to give one good solid genuine apology and then chess keep living better than you treated that person. And if you're still going to interact with this. Percy are still going gonna be part of this person's life you need to move on and be a part of this person's life and not just have it be a pity party. None of these people really like each other. No it's more like there's a sort of loyalty in a bond. I mean no i. I do allegation. I think that they like each other more than that. But i think it's this union kind of binds them more than anything. But i do think they actually like each other is a big part of it is. They've grown up and they've grown in different directions and there's some stuff that's kind of below the surface that is attention that never got ironed out until they caught. You know really in hot water in this case like Nadia is super traditionally beautiful girl and You know she gets with fayyaz. And i hope i'm pronouncing that right. I didn't actually look a pronunciation of that name. But that's how i pronounce it. Faa is e so sorry about that and more narrator said. Yeah i think you should break up. And he ended up late. She ended up finding out about that. So these to have this awful tension and then we have philip who is the only white one in the group. And he's a little bit of like a golden retriever. You know he was the quarterback of the football team people love him he smiles and bats his eyelashes. And all i'm so sorry and just expects everybody to forgive him..
"khaw" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
"Okay. Welcome to the spoiler section. So this is one of those books where i was highlighting as highlighting. It was like you know what i could just highlight the whole dang book because i love so so much about it so just some of the lines though day jess struck me and i want to talk about some of them. There's one like this is really poignant. Every religion is a one way relationship. Ooh you know it was really well placed to describe the character as well as a very poignant phrased it was kind of eye-opening. Yeah way you know what i mean it was. It was an odd. Yeah some people. It's it's a base human fear to be afraid of being heard live. Oh it's it is a it is a big thing legitimately. Our dear kayla has mentioned on this show. I believe or at least the coach show it. I mean it's a base human fear so there's some interring on here and it's like.
"khaw" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
"Real. It's very hard very real and we're both people that understand that struggle a lot like many and there's you know sometimes stuff like that. It's a struggle but it also is so affirming and it makes you feel less alone because you're like yes. Someone else knows that you know what i mean. And that's really powerful so very important and it only adds to a brilliant character in a brilliant character study in general as far as appeal goes. This one's a little bit trickier because I really would like to see this. Get into the hands of a lot of people. A lot of people who like horror especially a lot of people that like you know kind of japanese culture and like to kind of immerse themselves in that People who like books about complicated old friend dynamic which is a whole thing. A lot of people love that. I don't know if there's quite a name for that but friend trauma. Yeah i it's a well. Let me tell you what i think. And maybe and maybe it'll. It'll help cement your feelings on it. I do feel that. This falls into niche But it's not like a single niche. I think that this is if you're into traditional horror. This is a book that you should pick up reed. And it's going to expand some of your ideas on what horror can be if you are into Japanese lor in japanese folklore specifically. This is something that. I think you're going to enjoy seeing a outsiders take as far as the characters are concerned Into what that can mean in a in a modern day bent But but ultimately. I think you do have to come into this book with something This is not the kind of book that for example in my my wheelhouse. And i appreciate it because you know as a as a reviewer and as someone who's read a lot of horror for this show but it's it's not but even as someone who is who has who was a appreciation for horror over the past few years. This isn't something that really falls into my wheelhouse. And i'm not saying like oh i'm the i i should be the target audience for anything in general or broad but i think you have to come into this with a little something okay..
"khaw" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
"That i am familiar with in a culture that i'm overly familiar with so i get to learn and expand and be frightened in new ways and there's all that baggage that comes with people who've been friends since they were kids and some past transgressions come to the surface because you've got people isolated kind of in this one space together and things literally and figuratively. Come out well for me this. This is one of those stories where our our experience score kind of breaks. A little. Bit for me okay. I'm settling on a good read for this book. And in the reason why is because it kind of dirt. There's things about this book that was that was very difficult for me. And there's things about this book that i absolutely loved and reveled in so for example we all know that scott does not have the greatest Experience with weird books with How did you describe it lamine. Okay so this book has similar Feelings and setting in as as the southern reach trilogy where it's it's it's nontraditional storytelling and a little. Bit of weird fiction hersher. Yeah it's a little bit hard for me. Just in general this is also so poetic beautifully described tough. And not your thing. Well i was gonna say that. That is actually more on the obsession side for me. You're right you know sometimes overly descriptive things. Slight off of me. But in this case is so beautifully written and the the the interactions between the characters are fascinating in real in but also but also elevated to a level that's kind of surreal and i actually really liked that about this book. So i'm going with the good read just kind of like i guess. I don't know what i don't know what to say about this book right. What did you think about the setting. Because i the sending is really a character I mean just being in japan so coolness ancient decayed mansion. I think that that's one of the reasons why i said that. This is a full novel in content. I think a really good way to to approach this. If you're not like really knowledgeable. In japanese folklore in japanese spiritualism in those kind of things is come prepared with wikipedia on a second device because you can easily lose yourself in learning about different different pieces of history when it comes to spirits or ghosts or or haunting huntings when it comes to japanese culture that i was not that i didn't have experience with before that's true. I'll say i came in with a little ammo from some of the different horror manga. I've read and also japanese horror films. I'm a big fan of so. I feel like i kind of came in with a little bit of like a a base knowledge. There was a couple of things that was like ooh. I wanna look that up so unduly more about that. But that's good. I mean you learn her. Yeah you expand your horizons. Because i think it gets stuck in these rights of western haunting and you know western civilization america britain. Like this is. This is the standard thing. It's probably a victorian home. And i love all of that and i love Love gothic literature. And this is like offic from a different lens. this also and maybe this is a trigger warning for some A really i feel accurate. Depiction of depression. Yes let's just go ahead and throw it in here because it's kind of at the very beginning of the book this is a this is a A trigger warning if you will. This book does deal with At least the history of of suicidal aviation and depression in a way that is very real and did feet a little bit into my Struggle with the book..
"khaw" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
"But let me tell you in case you're unfamiliar. What this story is about in a nutshell. This is haunted house tale now it said in japan and it's filled with characters that are from malaysia which is a melting pot and leave and comment on that. And so we get this really beautiful diversed cast of characters and different backgrounds and even some bisexuality representation which is really cool. What really will attract you to. This book is first of all the gorgeous gorgeous cover art. It's really stunning and gross. Then let's talk about what's blurb d- so i. While the tagline for the book is the bride gets lonely down there in the dirt Brutally delicious caused a master of teasing your senses and then terrorizing them. You know who said that cage jemison. Oh my goodness no. Big deal to send jameson. Bestselling author the fifth season. How about this. It's got a smile so wicked. You might just have to grin along with it. I know i did stephen graham jones. Oh my goodness the only good indians author among other things but we did review that on the show. Just jameson. Fifth season to kingfisher authored. The twister ones delicate and disgusting. Each paid holds an image. Were finally drawn and disturbing than the last you see words. I mean brutally delicious loses dread folklore fans. I mean what you need to know is a group of old friends who get together for a little bit of a kind of a last hurrah after the Kind of scattered to the winds for various reasons and the two of them are getting married and so they're gathered at this ancient mansion in japan. That is supposed to be haunted because just like us. They love spooky things and go stories and well. What do you think happens so you go to a haunted house and you are haunted person. Visit sure think they like haunted things and spooky. But it's always been a good time in the past. Yeah it's scary time One of the okay. I guess i'll let you know what i'm just going to jump into it. This was an absolute obsession for me. session i was looking forward to this book and it did not disappoint me. In fact it exceeded my expectations. I think it was beautiful and poetic. The pros is absolutely luscious lushes. It is like poaching it reads more like poetry than than like. Just like a point and click. Go story part of the poignancy that i love about. This is that it's not set in a location..
"khaw" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
"Weirdo book worms unite. Do your reading tastes range from dystopia scifi to middle grade fantasy dark psychological thrillers to gory body horror from why a paranormal swords and sorcery. Extraterrestrials murder beyond. Then we want to share our love of reading with you. Welcome home he. John junkies happy halloween. Halloween santan scott here at the best time of the year with a horror. Novella for you. yeah But make no mistake novella in length but not novella in content. Yeah it's depth. it's packed. I'm so excited to talk to you. All about one of my most anticipated reads of the year. And that is cassandra. 'cause nothing blackened teeth so before we get into that first of all it's also on this books birthday today. Happy birthday book. go get it you know. The first half of our show is always spoiler free. And then we'll talk about spoilers in the second half so you know. Don't don't freak if you haven't read it yet when going to spoil it for you until the second half Maybe you knew. Maybe you're joining us. We've been around for a long time but you never know. I find new podcasts. All the time they're like we're not we'd been around for like seven years and i'm like kuku kuku cruel cruel call cuckoo cool so i can tell you something exciting. I've been enjoying what in in this high holy month will first of all we've been doing weekly shows over at the cult show. So that's that's quite a bit of heavy lifting but we're getting through it and it is a lot of fun than we've gone some adventures and done some silly trick entreat sort of things and then for spooky slumber party. We reviewed the new candyman film and scott actually watched that too. I did i was. I have never seen the first candyman right right. It was my introduction to the series and and I was pleasantly surprised. I greatly enjoyed it. It's it's got a lot of depth scott poignancy. I think it's something a lot of john. Junkies fans would dig. And i mean the first ones of course absolutely brilliant and this is truly not a a remake. It's it's a successor. It's i wouldn't say two sequel to successor continuation of the story directed and partially written by the amazing nia..
"khaw" Discussed on Occupied
"I wasn't on any medication. i hadn't had previous. Foles was stabling steady on my feet. I wasn't dizzy. I was on being forced to sit in a wheelchair against your will to be pushed by a small nurse. Probably khaw to a third of by size around the ward was so embarrassing and disenfranchising. And i just absolutely hated it. Why why did. I hate that so much because being in a wheelchair when i have the capacity and the capability to walk has never been part of my identity. You're taking away something that i've taken for granted in my own life. You're taking away. something. I didn't even realize was something that i had to choose. I choose to walk around a choose to get up. Could technically go boy a wheelchair. If i wanted to and we will myself around. But i'm choosing to use the gifts that i have the skill set that i have the capacities that i have. I'm choosing to exercise them having that taken away. Even though it's something i didn't even know was something that i was choosing just effected me more than i could ever have predicted and it was probably a fifteen minute period and it targeted like my day and had me thinking about it for hours. Because why did i feel like that. Why did this simple thing off me up so bad that i argued with the nurse. Why does anything where we take away. Someone's right to choose affect them so much because we are essentially attacking their identity when we are taking away things that they believe or they want to try and see if they are capable of now. There are a whole other side to this argument that i am by far. Not an expert in that is the legal side of it. There are obviously in the states. Anyway i high culture of you know you need to do people potentially could see you if you do the wrong thing. Essentially.
"khaw" Discussed on The Big Picture
"And when what should we put our heart into i mean think about the next five years of the podcast. What are we doing house of gucci. That's coming out in the month and we're going to talk about it again. I will continue talking about it. At least two oscars come on. Ben affleck's you know forty fifth career. Transformation why is bed affleck not in the last duel trailer. I know why because he is a small character in the film. But do you understand how to market movies. You do not just put the photos from the venice film festival in the last duel trailer. Jesus christ how hard is this. I don't know that's happening glass duel. That's coming out soon. i now. It's really scott season. i'm open to it. Feels like it's being buried a little bit from being i mean. I don't really think that it's going to be a hugely transformative experience. But whatever just put put ben affleck in the trailer. Let us have our movie stars. We have like five movie stars left. I think from a purely on paper perspective. That movie has more going forward than any movie. I can think of in the last couple years. Affleck damon cole road. Along with nicole khaw center right whom we love directed by ridley scott and jodi comber who now after free guy is a movie star so on paper now after free is star. It's true though. I mean. I decided about movies and now i just have to walk into the ocean. Well it'll be a very different performance at a performance and let me just say jodi comber is not the problem free guy. I thought she was great in it. Just like i thought she was great and killing eve. So there's weirdly a lot to look forward to their. We'll see what happens. I found more things to be excited about. Okay tap into if we ever see it. Sure we're gonna be dead comes out. I know related mission impossible movies. Have you been following just now. Paparazzi a tabloid staple in the uk. Is tom cruise. Parachuted into someone's backyard. And because they're filming mission impossible and every week he's surprising some hikers because he's finishing the stein or you'd like to use like some random british person's backyard for a helipad like every week. My guy is just out there doing his own stunts and glad handing the british people. He's he's trying to win something totally. No it's going to be just the heart of nostalgia probably what he's after but we shall see. Let's let's talk just a little bit. More about transformations chastain transforms entirely into You mentioned incredible makeup work. This film will be nominated for best makeup and hairstyling because of the work that is done on her that it seems like it was a huge investment of time for chastain since look like a lot of time in the chair to get that look going. She does transform. I would say physically in a meaningful way into that character kind of regardless of what you think about the movie. It's really impressive. And over time in the context of the movie because as you said it unnecessarily starts when she's like five years old yes and then he doesn't play the break. I mean it shows her like nineteen being like. Yeah jesus or whatever and credible i thought you know considering. She's like in her mid thirty s. I thought she pulled off. I've only lived. She looked great. And then all the way through tammy faye bakker's at just like embrace of permanent eyeliner and lip liner and an and permanent eyebrows. I believe as well truly truly a you know. I don't want to be mean spirited but quite a freakish look that she had by the end of her life actor. Transformations are tried and true.
"khaw" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"Team's fortunes declined from then on as playing success and gate revenue was declining in fact the This is this is actually a little bit funny though because most of these success And what they made. The most of the money that that organization was making was from the browns own tenants at sportsman's park in the in the national league cardinals who became the perennial national league contenders in the twenties. Due to organizational moves are innovations bhai team president branch rickey a former major league manager player and manager for the browns through world war. Two the browns won only one pennant in the nineteen forty four seasons stocked with wartime replacement players and a loss to the cardinals and they would end up in that nineteen forty four seasons him in the third and last world series ever played in tirelessly in one ballpark. They they made it. They did make it. They're all the way to the benefit but they ended up losing unfortunately to the carl to the cardinals until obviously that was the only one only played in one stadium until the twenty twenty world series. Obviously that one though was due to a pandemic not the teams playing in the same stadium in nineteen hundred three. The browns unable to even afford basic stadium upkeep facing potential condemnation of the league by safety inspectors owner bill vex sold the sportsman's park to the cardinals and attempted to have the club moved back to milwaukee but this was vetoed by other american league owners instead. Vex sodas franchise to a partnership of baltimore businessmen because vac was unpopular with fellow. American league owners. His leaving baseball was a condition for the nfl owners to approve the move and i tend to agree with him. But we all know why in the baltimore but then they become the baltimore orioles from nineteen fifty four until the present the miles. Krieger and khaw burner or the gunther brewing company group. Renamed the new team to the baltimore orioles. Soon after taking control the franchise. The nickname has various history in baltimore. If you don't know having been used by a national league club since the nineteen eighties an american league club in nineteen o one in nineteen o two and in international league aaa club from nineteen o three to nineteen fifty three. The i l. orioles most famous player was a local baltimore product. A hard hitting left handed pitcher named babe ruth and when oriole park burned down in nineteen forty four the d. Move to the temporary home municipal stadium where they won the junior world series. Their large postseason crowds caught the attention of major league events eventually leading to a new. Mlb franchise in baltimore in the first few years in baltimore. The new orioles took about six years to actually become competitive even after jettison. Some of the most holdover most of the from saint louis under the guidance of paul richards who served as a both on field and general manager from nineteen fifty five through one thousand nine hundred eight the first man since john mcgraw told boat a position simultaneously actually. The orioles began a slow climb respectively. Where while they posted a five hundred record only once in their first five years whether they were seventy six and seventy six in nineteen fifty seven. They were a success at the gate in their first season for instance and they drew more than one point. Six million fans more than five times what they had ever drawn in their ten years in milwaukee and saint louis this came amid a slight turnover in up amid slight turnover in the ownership group and miles served as the team. President for two years then stepped down in favor of developer. James keeley intern. Keeley gave away in one thousand nine hundred sixty to find financing. Joe igwe heart by the nineteen sixties such stars as brooks robinson. John powell and dave mcnally were being developed by a strong farm system. The orioles i made themselves heard in nineteen sixty when they've finished eighty nine hundred sixty five which was good enough for second place in the american league while they were still eight games behind the yankees it was the first time they had been a factor independent race that late in the season since one thousand nine forty four. It was also the first season of a twenty six year stretch where the team would would have only two losing seasons. Shortstop ron hansen was named al rookie of the year. And i your pitcher chuck estrada tied the league for wins and with eighteen finishing second to hansen in rookie of the year balloting after the nineteen sixty five season burger acquired controlling interest in the orioles from ibar and installed himself as president. He been serving as a silent partner over the past decade despite being the largest shareholder frank cash advertise advertising chief of hof rigs brewing brewery. Excuse me became the executive vice president and then you reached the glory years nine hundred and sixty six thousand nine hundred eighty three. The oriole farm system had begun to produce a number of equality prospects of players and coaches who formed the core of these winning teams from nineteen sixty six to eighty three where the orioles one three world series titles in nineteen sixty six seventy and eighty three the six minutes that we already talked about and five of the first six american league east titles. They played baseball. The oriole way an organizational to ethic best described by long foreign hand and coach. Cal ripken seniors phrase. The quote perfect practice makes perfect. The oreo way was a belief that work hard professionalism and he strong understanding of the fundamentals were very were the most important and the biggest keys to success at a major league level. It was based on this belief that if every coach at every level top game the same way the organization could produce replacement parts. That could be substituted seamlessly into the big league club with little or no adjustment. This let off a run of success for nineteen sixty six until eighty three which saw the orioles become the envy of the league and the winningest team in baseball. During the stretch three different orioles were named most valuable player. Frank robinson in nineteen sixty six boop bowel and seventy. Carl ripken junior in nineteen eighty and then karaoke can finally in nineteen eighty three and four orioles pitchers combined for six cy young awards. Mike schuler in nineteen sixty nine. Jim palmer in nineteen.
"khaw" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Yeah i think. That's bear wash for ben overall much like in the ocean. I think that's totally fair game. Lv people into caesar he dies easy. i'll give them one as well because he allows ben to take a gun out of his bag right in front of his is given point to charles whitmore for being self righteous about ben not killing a baby and then not killing the baby himself. Charles whitmore's just a total wieben a jerk Yep and i'm gonna pile on that as well. Continue the trend of when more continuing to get points at despite that like brief glimpse of hope in the beginning the allendale version is such a hole in this episode and so and he's ultimately you know wrong about everything is well and that's gonna make him continue to fall further. I believe now. He is tied with ben at the bottom of our ratings. He is at a negative sex for the season. Both of them are a well. We're going to spend more time with the likes of brzezinski and And fill and all of these other dharma turds pretty soon here starting next week with some like khaw which will be coming your way next friday in the main down the hatch beat on august sixth or it will show up in your feed on august fourth. If you are a patriot post show recaps. You get episodes down the hatch a couple of days early. Just some incentive to sign up patriotic dot com slash po. show recaps. Get your feedback in down the hatch. Post show recaps. You're going to want to get that in by. I would say the morning of august second. You also want to get your feedback in early for the variable as we are going to be recording that episode next week as well. We're doing a little bit of a tiny binge record here between some like it off and the variables so get your feedback. In for both of those episodes down the hatch at po show recaps dot com. Mike bloom what else is going on. A what else is going on. We're moving on into season. Six four the bloom files moving onto season six in down the hatch in a few weeks. But we're getting everything post film. Lots of exciting stuff. We're talking to some bryan cranston. This week on the bloom files and then over on rob has a podcast. Proper of course covering survivors south africa all-time merge episode of all time survivor episode last week..
"khaw" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast
"Could they do what can they. They can't do shit terms of they can't change the system or they can't say no the casino that that they say. No that that's the problem. I mean we all know what happens to people who disagree with you know at these large-scale organizations like i mean you've got people with a lot more balls than And all of that that have had the country's blown up taking over blah blah blah. I was literally just going to ask you. Do you think that it's more risky. From a nation state vantage point To be the heads of country that tries to get off the dollar or to be somebody who not just a theory but just one of these things that the government decides. Hey we're going to try to leverage this far benefit and you don't want to do it I still think it's worse to be the nation state head. Probably yet probably. It's probably more dangerous to be the nation state head but yet but here's the thing like you mentioned before the ever thought Elizabeth holmes was really highly intelligent. And i mean to guarantee was yet. They're not exactly So i actually think Vitale is on is not so smart. I think he's highly naive. I think he's He's like he's smarter than all non a really. 'cause i mean 'cause 'cause i understand how calm it i understand what he talks about and he just talks in fucking circles like that's the thing he actually doesn't make sense. What okay. so here's an interesting question We may disagree on this. What do you disagree with him on. Or what do you think. He's wrong is first principles so like was emmy so that the first principles he doesn't take a first principles approach to building things. Okay so like you know. As an example He is still of the opinion that And from the beginning like he. He got sort of laughed at when he's suggestions about bitcoin. You know we should do smart. Contracts on the base layer blah blah. So he he's a bit of a. He's a naive kid. Who thinks that bitcoin and money's just some sort of toys that we can play with And because he couldn't get his way in bitcoin because always additions was stupid. He went off and built his own toy And because he's intelligent enough to sound intelligent and because he looks the pot You know a lot of people buy into the kool-aid idea like the sort of take the kool aid in all you know. He's the boy. Genius blah blah. You ask someone to explain what metallics actually talking about an podcast. I don't know but it sounds smart So i'll listen to him so so so it's like people don't actually know what the fuck is talking about half the time and when you actually listened to the things he says like khaw the things are contradictory like half of his state mcneil example thing about proof of work like he thinks. Proof of work is inefficient. Proof of work is the most efficient mechanism full Do anything in life. I mean if you're an artist what are you doing provoke. If you go to the gym what are you doing proof of work. Proof of what permeates all of existence proof of stake is a human created aberration in which a group of people want to have an advantage over another group of people like that's a first principles approach to proof of work. Where's he's trying to take some high level obstructed view of. Let's tweaks variables up the top here and we can create a Game theoretically sound system. That doesn't matter like what is missing is the actual first principles of y proof of work actually functions so to me..
"khaw" Discussed on Keto & Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle with Alex Yehorov
"Into this one and it's more flexibility. You know more flexible. In this case i used to do a you know like i used to like every day when i started like sixteen hours. Well no i. I started with what twelve and then fourteen. And yes and you didn't say that to me so i want you know before before. Okay no before remember. I started fasting back in february. And yeah i was doing it every day. And then when i started to listen you youtube. Is that good every day. Now you should do like you know or the maybe at starting to do like that again. That's when there's many people who say different you'll talk for example saying fast every day. My coaches say i ever date and other says don't fast everyday what i found for myself and the congregation different opinions different information my own experience and things like that and that's what i started applying khaw year ago or something also alternate alternate. I think this better but it ended the day. If you feel good too fast everyday well do it if you feel like. It's good but i prefer alternative. In many cases. Still ultra nate. I think it's better my opinion in my experience and my knowledge and yeah there have seen by the way that people might lose more weight by doing alternative which is weird than everyday it. Different see also waves and things like that with weight loss plateau. So it's it's better. I think blair round if sometimes you to these neuro fashioned. That's okay but generally speaking. I prefer an. I recommend always teach mike line to do this way. And then if they want to change a little bit and fast longer that's up to them but they need to know the risks that they might get through in done overdue fiamme restrict sell. But you do. Sometimes we disservice is better to have the information to know where you're going in was the risks and what's not..
"khaw" Discussed on THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST
"It's working so important and I just like was be- besides myself and so immediately what I did was I ran to the front door unlocked. I came into my room. I blow my candles. I plugged my oil diffuser. I was looking for my chemo bag. I thought I still had for some reason like a bag. Packed to go to chemo to hustled to get My ideas done my chemo done and I forgot like I'm not anymore. I don't have chemo anymore. The more I don't have a hospital bag packed on the ready. My will is not around. I freaked out and I'm in pain and I'm sweating. And then I felt my vertigo coming on because has that triggered by stress. I was freaking out you guys. My stomach hurts so bad finally about twenty minutes. It seemed like an hour but I think I think it was. Maybe like twenty minutes I was able to take a shower. And just call myself and I put my oil back on and I had had already like typed up a message put it and note so I could copy and paste to everybody so they knew where to find me and I just. That's what happens when you have. PTSD so I had a panic attack because in my mind I like freaked myself out or I was just exhausted or it was stressed out or just everything in general because it's it's been really stressful last couple of weeks. Because I was told I needed. Emergency Gallbladder surgery so like chemic- my life up So that's what happened with my panic attack over the weekend now going back to being sick when I was stuck in bed I immediately think I like like my in my mind. I'm back in Vegas back in my room. I'm hoping I'm not GonNa die when I close my eyes hoping I'm not going to do not say goodbye to my friends and you know all these like really dark thought I was. I started getting really depressed when when I went grocery shopping. I started getting my chemo foods. Like when I was going through Chemo I would always have certain foods and they would always have to be ready. They would either have to be like ice cold old or something that I could heat up and have a less like an always have an ongoing shopping list for certain things that I needed to have a my chemo bag. I needed to have with me all the time and I started started buying these things and I'm like Shit. I can't even eat that because I need whole grains or need whole wheat and so I got like variance but in my mind because I was so sick. I thought aww that I was like going through Chemo again. And I was like super sack where I could just died at any given moment. And that's what happens when you have have. Ptsd it's not fun. But I'm just realizing now because I'm going to therapy which also also share a about about a minute I know I had. PTSD and trauma and experiencing things like this. And I have been but it hasn't been until until recently where I actually realize it's like an outer body experience like I realized what I'm doing is because I they have. PTSD like for example going into survival mode. Like I'm really really good at that. Because that's all I knew and I'm a very very organized and strategic person so when it comes to sending my own life you gotta be the same and it was crazy like I was time I remain. I'm like Oh my God. I was going to call nine one one. My two friends who are far Mar.. I like open the doors is somebody can find me. I like unplugged everything. Blow my candle. Light it with the house to like blow up with my cantillon and I started taking coming out like my emergency. Less contacts wanted to access them in my phone. I unlocked my phone. Like all these crazy things I used to have done all the time. I did literally within a matter of a minute less than sixty seconds when I had my panic attack last weekend. What triggered it probably being so sick and pushing myself in stress arrest and everything else and freaking myself out and getting in my own head about the Goddamn Pizza? My gallbladder it was just insane. I didn't know I was having a panic. Panic attack until later. I thought it was my gallbladder and I don't even know it was just the craziest situation and that was just a wake up. Call call like you need to slow the hell down like knock it off and get your shit together because you only have one life and I don't know how many times have had to tell myself this but that it was just a wakeup call so super bowl Sunday. I just relaxed like I didn't drink. I didn't have any super bowl food. I didn't watch the game game and I just need to like be calm and be by myself and go to the dispensary and get my cdl. Because I was out for like three days I just could not Find his second to get there. That's priority because that is my medicine so I went there and I know the girl scouts were selling cookies outside the dispensary. So so how genius are they so genius so going back to being sick two weeks ago getting this like bronchial flow on all of that and then getting you know trying to get out of the sickness having a panic attack. How a heal myself and how I come out of these situations whether it's Zaidi panic depression? PTSD that trauma. How I am now healing and how I get out out of this is by breathing and by doing things that are calming and soothing and relaxing now for me? What that means is is not journaling in the moment journaling after the fact but I need to have certain lighting? That keeps me calm. I literally just bought on Sunday. LAVENDER avenue lighting for my room and red light therapy for my office. So it helps like with inflammation and productivity in the LAVENDER's very calming and soothing. That's just should I need in my life right now. I've been wanting to do that so I finally just did that Sunday. I need certain candles. I need certain smells so during the day. When working I have my oil diffuser on I have Lemon Eucalyptus? At night. I have lavender Eucalyptus. These are just things at work for me. Very structured word and organized and for for somebody that's gone through like such sickness in such A. I mean honestly I would say like with anybody in in general like when you go through something hard in life like what's GonNa make you feel better so this is why I'm sharing this. These are the things that make me feel better like my favorite sense that. Keep me calm Tom. Cotton of Lake Help recenter me. You know I liked to put oils in the shower and I do like eucalyptus and pink salt up baths things like that. Meditation is a huge one for me and now a couple months ago I started really getting into breath work so this is why I mentioned this servier. So couple of my clients are actually certified. With pause breath work and pause breath work was created by Memphis Galley who also missile created hungry for happiness. which a lot of my clients are certified in and so I mean they put in so many hours of training? It's unbelievable over one hundred hundred hours to get certified to become a breath work facilitator so one of my older clients crystal had done a zoom video. The Ohio breath work session with me and it was amazing. I have to tell you if you need her info let me now. Her name is crystal Halverson and what breath work does and also I do use the whim. Hof method APP. And if you're not familiar with Wim Hof it's it's W. I am Khaw H. O. F. F.. Please go home and look him up because he will change your mindset about so much shit shit life. It's unbelievable between cold bass ice water. Cold showers breath work breathing. Like just he's fought fought disease by getting it injected into him by breathing and being in cold environments in a number of other things. He was actually just on the Google lab on Netflix. As well and I think I spoke about that for a second on last week show But if you haven't watched the group lab on Net flicks which is says Gwyneth Paltrow's company. You need to watch that. It's so good. I think there's only six episodes but is very very good and so I've been following him for a while. And and one of my business coaches Jessie at slur which have mentioned a bunch of times on the show. And he's going to be on this show very soon He actually went and stayed with Wim Hof for an entire week with a whole bunch of other guys and all they did was just like realign and recenter themselves do everything everything for their mind body and spirit basically and then when you do that it just enhances your business in life right. So I'm drawn to these people because they're in my bubble there in my circle so I'm learning how to breathe and learning what it does so for me because I have vertigo and that's triggered from a couple of things and I get that sometimes just when I'm stressed will I started getting. I started triggering at when I was breathing because with breath work. There's there's all kinds of ways that you can do it. There's all different ways that you can breathe. There's different names. There's different structures. You can hold your breath for a certain amount of time. That's what I'm doing on the Wim. Hof method APP and then when I was working with crystal and shoe showing me how to breathe and what techniques certain ones I mean you have so much oxygen flowing my brain started like tangling weirdest feeling and I'm like oh I don't know if I can do that. One that's specific breath because I feel like my Vertigos GonNa come on. This is how intense breath is and I just am still doing a lot more research and I still can only do certain ones. There's so many different techniques each excuse me and when I first started doing it I would say like last spring I started a a couple months Sadako. Spring is like honestly almost a year away now so it was a while ago and it didn't do anything for me like I wasn't getting it so you really really need somebody to like help in coach you through it pause birth work in the womb Hof method I feel like two different formulas formulas and techniques which I like because I like to try different things. So that's what just that's what I'm doing Never highly recommend you research. Those I can put the names in the show notes for you and something else than I'm doing for my ptsd trauma. Is Evan going. Em Dr Therapy. And if you're not familiar with that it stands for I movement desensitization and reprocessing. I can never do that. Word desensitization and reprocessing so basically. It's side decide I side to side eye movements or they do it with hand tapping now because I had vertigo. No I couldn't be rolling my eyes everywhere so I've always done it with a hand. Tapping therapist does by tapping my hands so that has helped a lot. What with PTSD and trauma to get this far? But I honestly just needed to take a little break because when you have to picture yourself at this this is what I chose C...
"khaw" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast
"Yes because he flew in a way that allowed him to Bend Space Szekely. Yeah was he has nothing to do. With how fast ammonium now applies though has more to do with the captain than the ship right. That's what he's saying so so remember that when we do the death match the yes it also talks about. He says he can do point five. Pass light speed and somebody other nerds like us have really deep dived into it and figured out how long or how fast the Millennium Falcon Falcon actually is so they measured. How long it would take to go from. Tend to lean to well. We're all Doron was right in the first movie. And they calculated take about fourteen hours. So the Falcons. Top speed is twenty five thousand light years per day or one thousand forty one point sixty six light years per hour. Okay calculated this. It's moving i. I'm not sure how the Creek Allied do. Kinda know that took a star map. I guess from the expanded universe figured out David this distance on the map. This is how long it would be and just basically swag how long the millennium was flying in in episode four estimating how long they were in the shipping. Tally calculated it. But so that's the speed now. Have a link in the show notes on the site that came up with that so nerves way. Smarter than me to figure this out. I mean obviously. This is a fictional fixing via go but still just kinda fun. It's a carribean freighter. That they was really popular made by Caribbean Engineering Corp. And we all know that on Solo came from Korea. He was orphaned there and that's where he got started. They liked them. Smugglers liked it because the type of freighter was easily or easily interchangeable so they could take things out at things in and add to the Indians. Add to on. It added to the engines he added to the shielding and a think knows. Just the shielding the engines. Were the two things he modified. He didn't modify the weapons okay but he did modify the engines to make it. Go faster the the point. Five past light speed and ray modified the shields. Jassem modified smuggles. Liked it too because he can hide stuff in the ship and I think as modifications Kinda came with a double edged sword because all large portion of empire like the Falcon was not probably because of his ad hoc modification. Yes through and stuff out yes. You're exactly right. He was always breaking into. He was always yelling. And Yeah and then we're like oh I feel like some days with your car or something pounding on it and Han would punch the top of it and turn it back on again. When in doubt punch stuff exactly fix that duct tape but they also they use them. I guess primarily tugboats for giant container ships to what they use a Millennium Falcon early those types of ships for Tugboats interesting tugboats. You normally associated with sort of a speedy maneuverable. Yeah Craft but obviously Millennium Falcons very maneuverable. Ehrman yeah they can fit through tight spaces even the deaths. Darn Landau knocked the shield off but speaking of weapons though it does have weapons has to quad laser cannons in. How many of us when we were kids sat in pretend Luke skywalker shooting. Lighters squad canons. That he was on a ship and they could see each other down that shaft one of the top one at the bottom. Yeah very reminiscent of like World War. Two bombers oh we are with their bubble turns on top and bottom side gunners when they get all see each other. I loved about the historical context and it was pretty cool. They must've yeah because that's that was how they how they ran him but evidently you could run them without somebody in it. Because wasn't it in return of the Jedi. They were shooting other ships with it. Or maybe it was empire can't remember. Yeah something I never understood because once seen in star wars the new hope is the only one you see where they actually go down in. The gun turns being chased but every their time. They're being chased. No-one ever man's those guns yeah. Those are great in there. Or maybe you can. I assume maybe you can run them remotely right from the front deck. I guess I don't want to go in Tibet. Yeah that's true okay. Well Anyway. He's got four turns. Yeah Laser Quad lasers. This is something. I didn't know to concussion. Missile tubes which fit Kinda in the forward mandible so those two kind of yeah teeth. There's missile turns their missile tubes. There excuse me that have four missiles to each I believe is on the other shot down ever shot in movies Iraq. Now I think this is from the expanded universe. Okay I have the little dyke cotton. It'll be in the show notes we're has which is no one. Wash legends midst speak exactly glory. Let's stick to the facts of his death. Okay Yeah just the facts. Only and then the ground buzzer the blaster. That came down on khaw when they were wasn't working. Yes again there was how many times pointing out. It's not working. Must be a reason for that. We'VE GOT LITTLE CANNON. That sheets all the Imperial Troopers. I come out. So he's got the quad cannons missile turns and then that little ground buzzer. They call it as far as the weapons go right. That's basically the Millennium Falcon doesn't really age wise. I'm guessing I think I read that. They started manufacturing. These about ten to fifteen is twenty years before the Battle of Evan I think is when they started manufacturing these up until I think four or five years after the After the Empire took over about twenty five years back to these things really popular I guess they sold a lot of them in the in the fictional universe one of the things. I'd like to reflect on the money. Falcon is such a paradox. Because when you think of like cool spaceships that I loved as a kid. They all had like this cool. Like rockets league like Berta pray kind of awesome. Look and then. There's a Millennium Falcon which like a Frisbee with two wrongs stick this weird side cockpit but even though it looks so like weird Dorky. I love that. Shino says something cool about it. Even though it looks like crap yes yes when they really definitely tell an empire that they emphasized that it just doesn't run well. They gave it a lot of character. Route is a very flawed character. Which makes it interesting. Yeah brought out console those characters. Well Ellen Julian everybody yeah. They're trying to get this thing up and running in it you'll navigated through the asteroid belt. Something that they commented on those. You just don't do that right but yeah it's such a cool ship. Even though it looks like a junk it looked like jump but look at an excellent looks cool. Yeah Starter Stories. Look cool but it looks like crap. I love that ship it saw about it could do anything. Remember on empire. He magnetically stuck himself to the back of a starting in waited for the junk drunk thrown overflowed out with the rest of the junk which again just a loser. So that's all I have. So what is your pick? So it's trying to keep up with the ship that's junk and is a little you know kind of an underwhelming ragtag ship. I searched the non stores universe. I decided to go with a strategy from Firefly TV series and movie. I think their personality wasn't the very close shipped there. They belong to men who are kind of anti hero dodgy guys. They're both kind of piles of junk that have seen better days. Maybe maybe being re purposed for something. They weren't initially made for us. That's why I decided to go with serenity alright serenity from the TV show firefly subsequent movie named Serenity. So it's the name of the ship is actually serenity. It's a firefight firefly class ship. I'm going to get that out there and It's originally designed by the director of that series Joss whedon's buffy. The Vampire slayer might is a marvel stuff. Didn't he do? We did that. Justice League movie I think was it just like I thought he did. Maybe I can't remember. He thought it was really like a vendor stuff. Maybe ways I'm like it'd be off anyway. Viewers Ho- jacked up. We are yeah. How bad anyway anyway. It's a firefly class transport ship it was owned by one Malcolm Reynolds and he named it serenity from the battle of the Serenity Valley in a war. That happened right before the firefly's series kicks off. He's a soldier that ended up on the wrong side of the war and it was a very traumatic battle for him. A Serenity Valley battle and so the ship serenity after that. Anyway Malcolm put together a rag tag crew in the kind of living on the edge of the universe in the NFC coming up the show basically and they're kind of on the run from the powers that won the war a live by smuggling taking odd jobs or do whatever they can to kind of scrape by living on the outskirts of the the wild wild west right in similar concepts in Star Wars was like the Outer Rim Planet where I think Hans Solo. Probably Yeah. Works is on tend to lean on the outskirts of basically the fringe of the universe where the laws with the don't necessarily apply. Yeah so I think there's a lot of correlation. Oh Yeah. He's two ships. As far as personality circumstances unlike the Millennium Falcon when I try to deep dive and the research on serenity had a real trouble counting Exact specifics is hard to find out. How fast it was like rabid than than Star Wars has where they turn your all this stuff but he got forty years of Star Wars fans. Right compared to ten or fifteen of Serena. Well let's came out in early two thousand. I think it has about right earl. Two thousands anyway so I don't have a speed that I can throw against. Alkan I do know. And this is much to my chagrin after I picked serenity and I forgot this from the original series. The has no weapon systems aboard. Yep So this death match might be a little one subtle live. I'm just GonNa hope the Millennium Falcon running mistakes. Hopefully it does break down. Yeah and if I recall from the firefly series the firefly had some mechanical issues but it always ran broken down we had the character. Katya Kaley Kaley Yep. She was a master mechanic. She could fix anything that was Kinda the her schtick. Yeah yes she was like this young attractive someone would not like stereotypically by masculine feminine. Tropes you know to be this like wizard on and mechanics and she always kept that ship. Yeah kind of harming even though it was like hell buy duct tape and it was kind of. Yeah yeah it was kind of the same thing you got the appearance? That was kind of in bad shape but yeah she kept. Running should never had a problem. Yeah if there was a problem with it. She fixed right away. Yeah in I think also owned. We're talking about Hans. Solo being a daring tile is able to do the Kessel around wash. Who was the pilot of Has also a fairly renowned pilot that was known for doing things that most pilots couldn't do throughout the series is often noted that he was making serenity do things that were like nearly impossible this pilot okay because he was married to the other? Gal that was in the war with mal. Zoe was a soldier. With Malcolm Yeah. We're quite a bit. That was pretty traumatic. I think it was the Chinese versus the Americans are remember what it was. Don't remember there is a a a strange like eastern blending with Western culture on that show which I always thought fascinating. They would slip back and forth between the English Mandarin all the time. Yeah and a lot of the signs. Were Mandarin Chinese and stuff landed on planets and it was just kind of this weird like two cultures and merge. Somehow I don't remember how was it one hundred years in the future or something like that. I don't recall space. Travel been going on for quite a while. I know that yeah well and it also the main one of the main themes vibes that shows they kind of. We're trying to take that old west five and smashing together with sci-fi so there was this weird kind of frontier-free Albouy kind of space cowboys face cowboys. But yeah it was. It was cool that the Nathan feeling on TV show called Castle and for Halloween one time. He dressed up as a space cowboy and he had a daughter and she. She's like space cowboy and he's like yeah pretty much dressed in his mouth outfit. Yeah because he had like a long duster. All young is like LASER PISTOL REVOLVER. Kind of naming. Yeah there was a there was a weird blending. The American West mixed with like Mandarin Chinese not show is to ask them is a good show. I wish wish they would have gone at least another season but yeah I noticed fat fans out there that have.