25 Burst results for "Krisztian"
"krisztian" Discussed on Launch Your Live
"What's avoid gas. Okay what's number two marco. I think like me check. Let me check number. Two number two and this is really important to test china. Okay because one of the things about live streaming. Okay and be aware that even though i've been doing this for six years Krisztian even more we test often and most of. I don't know about you. Chris but most of the time. I'm testing amnat. Actually life are at least live life. Kill exactly yeah so this is really important. It's as i like to say live. Streaming is the most risky way of content creation. Okay don't don't underestimate this okay. It's amazing it's entertaining. It's good to to make it but it's risky okay. And the problem is at the beginning. Maybe you don't know out to manage mistakes out to manage frustration out to manage this kind of things and if you go test life something live actually live and things. Don't go good because an equipment doesn't work something doesn't work. There's someone in the audience sponging you. Oh it's not working and you may get scared are frustrated angry. This could be really bad for you so tests on a safe environment and that includes everything actually includes everything that you have. That doesn't mean for example. I don't like you see. Led lights in the background. By the way. I got them in the carousel. These are the genie brand. Led lights. But i didn't just put these up. I learned how the app worked. For example i learned okay. Do i need to put this with it. Needed with that. I figured out like. Oh there's a scheduler like built in the app. Like i found all these little things before i actually then started just using them in production. So that's part of the things you could test the next thing. You can test though you know when we talk. We talked about a camera. Make sure you know how you camera works for civil. Make sure you know how to turn off the display. So that it's not showing up on your live streams. Don't do it during your livestream. Run a test environment. Meaning for example..
"krisztian" Discussed on Apex Church
"Again but distinct about our priorities. Where do we stand to firm. And where can we be flexible. Asked god are my priorities. Your priorities are my preferences. Your preferences ran my putting too much weight on this thing but even though there was this split god was not in his heavens going ono. Paul and barnabus are splitting up. Whatever shall i do. I need to think of a plan be. God works through it. Because what man meant for division god meant for multiplication one group of two has become two groups of two. He has expanded his mission or notice to john. Mark to cyprus hall took silence to the region of galicia and sometimes happens. An example of this is even like church splits and usually when churches split. It's not over the essentials they split and and sometimes god uses that one gospel community becomes to within a town. I'm told that this is very common in africa and latin america. That's one of the drivers of the spread. Krisztian those areas but the thing is is that even though god uses it. Should we seek to be divisive. No i don't think so. What that shows is god's grace to work in spite of us and his power to do so but another like just another point of the fingerprints of god in this is where he leads palm going in the other direction of barnabus barnabus going southwest part. Paul going northwest is that he lands in derby enlist stra earlier this month. I priest of paul's previous time enlist and let's just say didn't really end well. He ended up having large rocks thrown at him and being left for dead. And we look at that. And i don't think by our measures that would be considered very successful here. Paul encounters a young man named timothy. And some commentators speculate that timothy and timothy's family came to the lord because of pause previous trip to licitra and so paul is now seeing the fruit of a trip. that felt that it wasn't very successful. But then we see here paul. Perhaps looking for a new teammate. Silas replacing barnabus timothy replacing john mark timothy fits the bill of a young man who could replace john mark and consider how that probably wouldn't have happened. Had paul and barnabus. John mark had all gone off together and continued their mission. Perhaps paul wouldn't have been looking for a new ministry partner. Perhaps paul wouldn't have even gone in that direction..
"krisztian" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"It's very often what disappoints me as a you know reading the so-called experts who cover the us men's national team the journalists and just reading how Prescriptive they are. I always load the arrogance of the english. Press when i would go to wolf cops. English press you know sitting around acting as though they rooted you everything about football. They should be managing the teams themselves and there are a lot of us journalists. Who in that dangerous place right now of acting. Just fanning to report on what they're saying insulting to prescribe As though they themselves would be able to do this job. Much up and I think it's an criticizing the players. Also which i never enjoyed great question on the krisztian issue. I want to say this is a guy that needs to yet again for the twenty seven. Tell him prove himself for. Chelsea is coming off cove it. He probably just desperately wants to get back in one piece to chelsea and foolish and he's playing concha calf where opponents are allowed to do with the world watching the referee laughing and i was blown away by him tonight when he got kicked the crap out of the reality is he could have just taken himself off immediately but the fact that he kept trying to play. I mean this is a guy who who fails the pressure of two thousand seventeen. He knows what it's like for the team to miss world shout and i loved the in that moment iranian tried to play on. He was clearly in a bad shape and huge huge off to chris. christie attempt to be questioned. I tweeted after the game. That this is a great way in a mood changing win but should mask the serious self reflection. It needs to occur for this program and gentleman twitter whiskey. Retailing it One can only hope but the rhetoric on twitter the munza movement of self reflection for fans who pile a hopes dreams ever emotional baggage onto twenty year olds who will inevitably stumble and struggle from time to time. I think it's so wise. I was really blown away. But that's the reality. Say you know the stuff. It's not about the play as is all about the football. The joel came on. Our show are say this very quickly. Johanna became a chef. Said this a couple of times and we want some west. Mtv clips of a west ham fan mouthing off about some terrible thing a player done and when we cut back to jolt job. This look to this engage. I don't play who hadn't given the found that shoe itself gauge should. They should have given me sure that. I'm john this goes. I don't think cher was really the issue about found and there is a law vote project there is a logo projection. I understand that twittering carriages. You know we all do stupid. We will say stupid things. We'll have terrible takes. Us football psychologist amongst shave. Tell us right to us. Why is it the which remedial former of the us team what we what are we projecting. What are we really yearning for on the on the level i would love to know you know a psychologist all that we know Say we'll have we'll have left the whole rest and wait for wise ahead. You are amazing. To you'll in nashville. Thank you for hosting in such fine style who you get a will cup hosting juicy. Our loves not sissy. We wait to be back to quick questions before we go. Dave drew come on a may where you from. What your question Thanks guys drew. From austin texas More money off scenery later my question in the first half. We clearly like gaping chasm between our frontline. And what should have been tolerated. The six will just gloss over that horrible decision. But who do you think can play in that linking role If mckinney's has to be held out for a bit as a result of his actions this window. I'm i've missed Eunice right roach. I've missed him playing for the us. He's applying who blew me away. When i first saw praying for the united states and i think that he's a guy who in the middle part can do a a phenomenal job. I do think that the distances between the lines in the first half tonight was awed. An either that is placed as not listening to their coach. Or it's a coach trying to get them to recognize something very different than going on honduras just again and again and again through The lines of the us and just ran at them and caused enormous problems And these are looked. Hondurans are skillful. Football is but they're not elite class or not blessed with incredible speed and and superb technikons great strength and they just ran circles around the us the spaces between the us midfield attack in the us midfield and defence So i think you know getting that sort of between the lines right not just with the ball but when they're without the ball is a huge huge policy for the us. Unfold yunus mussa. I've gotta say what a what a ridiculous is. What your half term. I know we had a a drop off law season after making his debut nor connected to making his baby still young still rule but when he gets up full turns out full speed almost instantly which is something. That doesn't look difficult on television. But it's insanely difficult unisys. Oh gifted at the drive in into the of an opponent's defense in a way that very few or and i would love love. Love this love to watch gentleman in the us jersey loss question on the night. Because you've all been so bloody gorgeous as we approached the wee hours often claw come on. You've been super patient can be tell us way you all what she questioned. A gentleman Evan i'm here in chicago illinois. Not we're we're waiting to be quads where whereas chicago gaber. What neighborhood less. Lincoln park may can mentally picture gave. I can smell up pizza. Watson out your neighborhood. Tell me tell me what she question two things. I thought watching that game. Thank god we got the got the win but to me. It felt like a game that we won in spite of Greg it seemed like we set up in the first half Basically to show off team that desperately needed west mckinnon. So did you guys to get that takeaway. How do you feel about that. In to how long until brennan aaronson is playing lights.
"krisztian" Discussed on B2B Marketers on a Mission
"Interview with that of a return on adspend looking at number of visits to a website. It's completely different because if you get the relevancy right and you're speaking to a highly targeted audience. Now you're you're cost isn't example where i would say the majority of your listeners. Appear to be mocked because the sheriff's schooled could be three months on mission. Utah beach. Be maters that you bring any talk about marketing. Since high john's that there beats be mobsters listening to this show. And if you'll audience size was hundred people or three hundred which is still relative which is still a successful number when it comes to poke cost because a lot of Reach that number two I would much rather have this conversation with you for thirty five minutes. We have a columnist Conversation we have back him for. I share as much value. As i can with three hundred people that i know interested in learning more about to be marketing versus trying to target people just because they have to be marketing on their profile somewhere. Some somehow so going back to the mistake is really being focused on the audience. Size comparing it to other channels and a lot of people forget about podcasting as is that it lives forever. It's evergreen so people discover your entities that you do with pokou in the feature. I had somebody contact me on linked in just the week now from podcast episode. That went live in two thousand nineteen Love about this is that i was on. Its talking about solving a specific hussin. Currently has that challenge and he reached out to me to say. I really appreciate your insights about lead sourcing. i'm good. We set up some time to speak because i need some help with that. So if you position you'll topics the position. What you talk about in the right way and hopefully the one thing that you can't control as a guest is how well the podcast host will market the episode and how how they name all of the episodes but if it's done in the correct way there's an intent behind somebody listening to that focus on the last spring krisztian that people.
"krisztian" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ
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"krisztian" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"And and christian and then on the bench hudson. You've got so many good young players who are now you know european champions and where they go from here. It's amazing that's what's incredible because we should say this is peak chelsea. I mean this is what chelsea has done. Your story tweeted he. He said all for patients and long-termism chelsea have now won two european cups the europa league in to fa cups in the last twelve years with managers appointed emits easier. I mean that's phenomenal. And this is the second time they've done in the champions the both times and will love. This came after his midseason firing. I think he's probably like play. His love of this one does feel different. Birthday d'amato fairy tale in two thousand twelve for one to called news very much. What he's doing and through another as you say the so many young players in the squad that there's a project being built for future title tilts and people need to co. It is incredible not just the city three times in six weeks but to rebound personally from a humiliating loss for ps jail. Last year's champions league fired in december march. Right back like this. It's extraordinary third straight jimmy manager to win the champions the and what should him celebrate his kids on the field game. Yeah it was peaceful. May mattel the human david. Yeah he did he did. Comparisons will be made to two thousand and twelve when an fancy chelsea. They beat boss loner in the In the semi final and then ended up beating by munich in the final differences. Though yes it was hard. It was passion. They played with less than the ball. But the difference is that was a team with with the spine. You know with with with lampard. With patrick with da. Drug upfront. experienced ashley cole. They had all of these experienced veterans leading that team. This is a team. Yes it's called veterans. Tony ruediger dave tiago silva one of the greatest ever premier league transactions any cost nothing from ps got a credit lampard for that as tiago did after the game but it was a this is a team that have these young exciting dynamic players and and there's a lot more coming a lot more players coming from where from their these came from and they're certainly going to be able to attract a lot of players in the transfer window is going to be very exciting to clubs to watch over the next few seasons took the cac coming. I mean it sounds crazy. The lush transfer rival verner and just an elite strike. Your is definitely coming. Also fast they see this is the first time to ruben abramovich. While celebrating winning the champions. I mean amazing. Amazing time you news crackly out. Now that he's getting a new contract which will till twenty twenty three. I wonder if room and even knew what he was game. Ding room he was fall in the hell they might name is told me he said i won. I won the next tight. Like demand to be part of it. And i want to give you the floor last word on chelsea before we do get to krisztian because i mean first of all i should say about god love. I mean it's an amazing thing. This loss captain ahab towards the role that will destroying but on conquering wail. To the last. I grapple with from hells hall. I stop at the you look at the end of the day. And you think the hell the pap is going to be going through. Psychologically through the summer as he watches his video over and over again but when you think of too cool said on. Fridays w. g. o. P. cost stunned hatred of him. Oh poor another way. I said on. Friday i wish everton could have a manager who angered me while lifting mc club into the toll for an fa cup final. Now champions league title. I would you off for that going to pay. I'm look i'll be insane. Happy with at this point i think hatred is a big word. That's a word. I don't even allow my kids to us look. He took a long time to win me over and it ultimately took a champions league win for him to do it and still do. I love the style of football. He plays too. I love how few goals we school. I love to go to school on saturday. Do i love how defensively we set up again and again and again. But i do understand that. Say that's a way with this team with a team. That's still in development that he came in and he wanted to save the season he knew the. That's a very good chance roach that if if he'd have not qualified for the champions league on the last day of the season which only happened because of results in other places and if not won the champions league final as a very good chance he would have been fired. You know the standards at chelsea for success are are are sort of insane and not like any other club you know because roman will continue to to switch and switch switch switch until he gets the formula right until he wins trophies. Look i'm not sure that You know until chelsea stop playing the kind of football. I wanna see them playing which is going to be a more attacking blend of the game and he's probably going to different place to do it. Still chelsea of putting moguls in the back of the. I don't think i'm going to completely be all the way there. But certainly i admire what he's done I think it's incredible. What is put back together. I do think that if we're going to give all the credit to to call. We have to give some credit to frank lampard to qualify for the champions league at the end of last season he qualified this team to the final stages of the champions league people say. Oh it's automatic. But there are certain other premier league clubs that didn't make it and he made some in what turned out to be incredible transfers to iago silva bencher will adwan mandy. This happened under his watch and kyw came. Of course he came way better on the to call. And he was ultimately the match-winner and the the rest of kyw's confidence who unlike china was not consistently played by toco to call used him sparingly. But he got the lineup. Right in a huge game pet made a big mistake but to call has his players understanding exactly what they want to do and they are so motivated ultimately it may not have been the tactics it may have been the passion those last-second second challenges from dave those lost second challenges to save goals from ruediger. It's those moments that really. That really changed this game. And i think this was a this is a very unique team in tackles don unbelievable job. What team i realized as the second takedown ambling when champions the might be the closest i will get to win the vitton. They in my lifetime and that made me happy. I also feel happy for you and your so watching together. Amazing making memories. David i thought by both just ricochet of emotions to close the season. Your fa cup loss the rebound to be leicester in the league. Glory crapping the bad against aston villa barely squeaking into the top four after the taunus of the super league. I will say football needed this. A champions league final just full tilt full energy. Just kinetic joyous clash a poet warriors. That sense that we're all watching together around the wool. Feeling alive everything. That's good about the game. We all needed this. But most of all i felt great for year and the assertion. In that moment of bonding the he will this texas. He'll have that memory forever described as the greatest weekend of his life and that means lots of to me. Look you and i feel a little bit differently about football in about our home clubs she might children have the memory of being but my life doesn't really get that much effected by the chelsea win or lose and whether they win things. Don't lose things. I love them. I love the club. Supported them my whole life. But i've just. I'm just not as i'm just not as moved or affected by when losses i can wipe away pretty quickly victory. Stay with me little bit longer. Doesn't make me feel like a better person because my team win doesn't make me feel anything but i gotta tell you winning trophies and you said i was going to be unbearable. I've really not going to be unbearable. But this is something. Which when i say people think i'm being unbearable but i'm gonna give it some context winning trophies. Winning things is the greatest experience as football. Fan watching your team when things celebrating it with your mate some with family members who support same team just watching. These plays an all in our own players. We always very affected by the stories of our own players and less affected by the stories of players who play for other teens. But i see. Watch that goal..
"krisztian" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"Think that. Leonard leonard is sammy jenkins okay and which ties into did. Did his wife kill herself or did he accidentally killed her with the insulin shots. How do you think his wife died. So was there but in this version of events was there an attack at all. I think there definitely an attack and then he loses his memory and she's not convincing. You're saying his wife just kills herself and he makes up the attack. Well what's what's the traumatizing. Event basically their causes his memory loss. I guess that would be the an attack on his. It has to be the attack right and joey pinned teddy is like the cop the case and he loses his anterior. Great amnesia starts but there is. he's he's convinced that there's not. He's got that that sort of krisztian grabbing her thigh memory. That's not and he's like that wasn't insulin. she didn't take insulin. I go back and forth on. I mean nolan. it has said the thing. that's so amazing. is that people refused to believe teddy. Because they find him. So so oily irredeemable but that essentially why wouldn't be telling the truth but there are other points in the story in the movie where teddy tells leonard a story. That's very elaborate that winds up being bullshit. You know whether it's like. I'm a snitch. He's a cop from out of town. He's working with local guys. Were setting up this drug dealer blah blah blah like details some pretty long tails. No i still. I guess i i guess i agree with you. I guess that that he is sammy. Jenkins and that there was an attack on on his wife that causes the problem. Do you wish joey pants had just played. Eddie moscone and this is moscow on fucking. God just did that whole thing. He's telling me to fuck your tell me to go fuck myself. I just want to see him. Running across grand central market to pick up the phone again. My big probably unanswerable. Question is just what happens to this movie in the era of mobile phone video. So what happens when leonard can essentially create a blog of himself like. Could you tell me that. Maybe that's the netflix series. I mean because theoretically like he could just have a constant record of stuff and you could just be walking into. It's not that weird to see people walking around filming everything anymore. Leonard because essentially like film himself in all of these interactions and have that stuff to refer to that by a better movie they might not be as mysterious because he would have this record. But i think part of the gimmick could be leonard would keep forgetting the charges iphone. Has i never on shit. I didn't church yes murphy. Yeah i thought do. I have to say forget it. We mentioned the whole thing about. So here's what happens. We see sammy in a mental institution. Someone walks in front of him..
"krisztian" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"I'm not saying you're gonna run Place into to handle the ball in a double dragged like he's the driving impressed me more than the shooting. I think and i like how he doesn't have tunnel vision. Seventy eight percents of the sister turnover ratio not lost great players around him. there was actually a period. I wanted to say in the middle of the season whether rock is the light tag games. The number two three defensive rates in he was just switching everything basically definitely just full. They traded for a minute. Now i think it was what krisztian was out and they break it all funds league. They were switching days. Acid he really functioning baton like seeing players who switch. Everything's a tough defensive gains play. I can see a rookie at least show something. And those gonna system stop really impresses me. Yeah no. I totally agree with that. Do you wanna hit it all on on lamelo tyree sir amp before you i know. We've we've talked about them. They've been in upon a lot. But if you want to add anything on them. I'm open to that so neil entire east radium. Lloyd kind of learned about him. Because when i see torture draft guys of my draft thing is i don't i don't cover the whole draft Full crossbench 'cause for me if i'm covering the nba. A similar western so intimate to just go in june. Oh yeah i'm gonna cover every prospects in the draft. It's not fair on the guys who've been working on all year holly was one of the ones are I can't come out the same question. Walk good is his passing if he can score. Ibm ba level. You only scott. But i undervalued a secondary playmaker and it's the process and speedy just reminds me a little and not sense. He's he's better than tires jones in terms of putting the ball in the right spot quickly and he's got nice flavor game as well so i think he's definitely taught me a lot about guts. Yeah he was intriguing me too because i really liked again. I i'm i'm a big fan of utilizing. You know what what reser guys getting down the year as the air and missed a lot of the end of the year. It was kind of really fun. Just watching a halley starts to take on more of those creativity or apps and figuring out how to do more things in the half court from without trading off of somebody else's action. It was not perfect but he. I don't know if you watch the game against the lakers. That sacramento ended up winning but he was phenomenal nickname. I think those a game or two before. He got injured to close out the year but he showed some real real crafts creating for himself and for others in the half court. They hadn't gotten to show at that level route the year. I'm really high. And i'm sure a lot of people will say things like that but it's it almost kind got salt lake in like everyone was thinking. I'll we know what he's going to be knocking. Always gonna really improve from this but i. I enjoyed it a lot mates Seems like a seamless fit like saturday. Bassetti base flexible in roster building. Halliburton's the ultimate guide for that. Because if you play three god. He's got the skill set to play on and off ball. And if you wanna play. Beethoven back into being able to show the guard skills cut requires may show the offenses statements said. He's definitely really impressed..
A Holistic Approach to Data Governance Through Self Reflection at Collibra
"Your host is tobias. Macy today interviewing stay in krisztian known stan about data governance in the enterprise. How khalib applies to lessons learned from their customers to their own business so stand. Can you start by introducing yourself. Yes of course. Thanks for having me over. Stan from libra one of the co founders of the company. That's two thousand eight. We've been doing this for about thirteen years now. And i've had a variety of roles in the company. I've been responsible for sales post sales partnerships. The whole nine yards the right. Now what i'm responsible for. And what i owned data office on the lake and on friday evenings recall that drinking our own champagne only mornings because eating and do you remember how you got involved in the area of data management. Yes i do and you're probably not going to believe it. But i i study doesn't mean you need like tropical engish but a colorblind so you can imagine me putting it was just one of the courses. We got there was sequel. And we've got this thick thick book of sequel the language and database. And i was thinking to myself who needs this. What is this mind you. This is nineteen ninety eight the year. Two thousand maybe something like that. I forget who needs to be money for such a book right so i was thinking as soon as i run through the scores of something that nobody will ever need. I'm going to sell the book. So that was the only textbook that ever sold the sequel book. So obviously i wasn't been bending to go into data management necessarily when i was in school but i went to a software company after my studies. Also did somebody ice. Obviously that they may be deeply comes back and then the company stints. I ended up at the university again but as a research engineer and then we were doing research into semantic slept startup semantics up to gatien's research slept with a database professor. So i worked there for about three years and there was really sucked into deep of the artist. She well when when did they go.
"krisztian" Discussed on Water and The Spirit Podcast
"God's work tim reality they do not have a clue of his righteousness however all he believe in the gospel of the water and the spirits can walk in the way of god by their knowledge off and faith in his righteousness. God has given them every blessing and they can take his by faith and enjoy it in their lives go therefore wants to fulfil his wealth through those who live by faith in his righteousness. It's through such people who follow his will that god testifies about himself like this the kingdom of god his belts and fulfills on this earth through those who believe in the righteousness of god this is how god's kingdom is fulfilled on this earth. So i ask you all to live by your faith in the word of god now all of us must grasp and believe in the righteousness of god that's has already been completely fulfilled house. Got the father not finished. All his righteous works through his son. Jesus christ he has indeed finish them. All this means that god has completely fulfilled the salvation of the human race however rather than believing in jesus is completed works of salvation and following him. Many christians nowadays believe that jesus has not yet completed their salvation as a result all this instill remain intact in their hearts. If you also to krisztian then even at this very moment you must cast your notions away and believe in the righteousness of with all your house. Your heart most cops arrest with the realization and believe that god has perfectly saved you from all the sins of the world. In other words you must plant peace in your hearts by believing in the very word of salvation that god has already fulfilled. God finished all his work of creation on the seventh day. Therefore whatever aso's to do whatever he says to us. All that we have to do is just accept his love and practices by faith. Even though god has completed everything we must actually take. It's by faith. It's his by believe in god's love and his righteousness that's our and actions are used for. God's work god has saved the entire human race from it sin and we must preach this by faith however even though god has already accomplished everything for us if we refuse to carry out his work thinking that we don't have enough faith. We can't pray well. All we are ill-tempered looking at our shortcomings. Instead of taking what. God his finished then god will not be able to carry out his work through us. He cannot smelly fast all his accomplished love and righteousness through us. God came into this world and completed his work perfectly.
"krisztian" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"Be which was sort of the the more abstract algebra exams. And i compare my exams things that i sat with exams that we have now in the netherlands. Then you know it was one page in my time and it was four pages now with lots of context and lots of picking so end and to be honest if i if i look at exam questions here in england juicy. Cna level than a level. Perhaps a bit less although it depends a little bit but certainly jesus either rhys quite. There is still some their stories around it. you know. There's always a context about even something simple like marbles rights. You could simply ask. What is the probability of drawing something from something or you can have a very big story about football team needs to find all the combinations of the ticket of and again you could. I'm not saying that. Perhaps that scale of a disentangling language etc isn't worthwhile bought it. It is a different type of or something is added to that type of mathematics Abstract some for example that you would ask this is why i i prefer personally prefer. Tim's for example in my research a bit more than pisa pisa tests. Hopefully you'll listen know. A piece of teams are to international large scale assessments. Tim's in a primary school end in secondary school. And the piece is fifteen. Year olds End piece is a bit more mathematical literacy in more problem solving oriented and teams is a bit more linked to the curriculum and i like the latter more simply for that reason because it seems to me that it links much better with basically what teachers are teaching in the classroom teaching a curriculum. They're not they have a a national curriculum or they or no preferably. In my case i would say maybe a textbook that they use to teach stuff teams distinguishes space skills that you need to know and some that you were you apply stuff or some reasoning some so at least they make a distinction between these different types and piece is much larger problem solving. So i wouldn't say that it's across the board to miss this whole tendency to become more word. And as i said i'm not a fundamentally against but i do think that we sometimes forget that that the double jeopardy than can lace and that would be quite unfortunate of course because you know if someone simply finds difficult to read and they perform worse in mathematics because it when actually they're pretty good abstract algebra or something like that it would really be a ashamed. I would say a wake. You think the drive control. Krisztian is is it. This belief that mathematics is only useful if it's linked to the real world linked contacts. You think that's where this this changes come from. Her is something else driving this. Move to in this contacts now. I think that these may driver to be honest. I know a little bit about the history of pisa. For example where i think you know i i use the word authentic and that there is an idea that if you use a certain context danettes it's more Linked to the real world surreal world mathematics. The netherlands is quite famous for its realistic mathematics education. Which is actually a mistranslation because realistic does not mean realistic context. But he's a wrong. At least that's what i heard about it a wrong translation of the word word to realize so that you realize something so even if you realize something extract that is perfectly possible but it has been linked to realistic. Which is quite unfortunate such mistranslation. I would say at quite influential in in the beginning of the piece of development in central interest. So perhaps a sense of bad luck mistranslations but also in yalta sort of once. A link to the real world come authentic. i think you most for the work of dan. Meyer as well and he told east about pseudo context. I think previously also looks of frustration in know friend and foe when it comes to the incredible Yet the pseudo context that they are not realistic at all. You know when. I make this joke about this football team cetera. Who's gonna use that right or a mobile phone subscription Who's really gonna calculate this when they're standing in the in the supermarket or in the three store. I'm i'm not so sure but i think it's this twin this combination of these factors that probably led to a push towards us interests than i am. I did like a spin off podcast series for. Qa called inside exams where it wasn't math. Specific appetite. I interviewed examiners people from qa who writes exams block exemption soham and is really interesting. Because one of the. I wasn't aware of this but one of the requirements writing. Jesus exam is that they've got to be some contextual questions that have been explicitly covered in the curriculum or our school scheme of work. Because it's supposed to test you ability to interpret a novel scenario. So this means that examiners and then having to come up with more and more bizarre contexts because like picking mobile's out in the back while that's been done before so forget not one so let's have something more and he's just getting more bizarre with every year that passes the context of gonna get stranger in strange because of this requirement to be on predictable unless you say there are two aspects to that. There's the the literacy aspect but also this the students kind of understanding that they take from the real world that comes into them after exams with them. I'm not maybe useful for the contacts but it also may be quite damaging to them because if they have some understanding of this context how it actually works in the real world and they come into their maths exam a meet the simplified watered down version of it that actually old extra knowledge they bring in might might actually help with the question. Do quite the opposite if that makes eye to eunice. I think it does exactly that. Ignorance is bliss in that same righteous. The less you know the the the better probably because otherwise. You might even mistake. You know the the context of you know as with the context in front of you and you simply just need to follow the data that are in front of you and the numbers. That are there with this. This applies for order to be honest. I recall a that. I take my english exam long time ago. Of course a the netherlands. And i knew a little bit more about the thatcher years in england and this was a text about thatcher and that you're years and i i really had a tough time and certainly made more stake simply disentangling what i knew about venture in workers in the text in front of me. I needed to stick to exactly that text than i. I thought that was really difficult to do. And i didn't manage to do it when actually if you knew nothing then you know then you were. You're at an advantage as that. Certainly the case here is well. I know that in the piece that you still. So they now have quite stringent rules think about codex. But they used to have quite an issue with that for example that even if you've got some sort of landlocked country without speeches that you still get a question about sailboats. Selling into the sunset which which Despite a famous paper that tried to look at at you know whether the difficulty of questions really was constant across the country is reasons. It wasn't really because in some countries they will do better. It is linked to the greek. You'll but also even the context that they are used to in certain countries. And i think they've striked to solve it to an extent since that paper but it just goes to show that the sort of country context in this case as such a big influence on how you approach task and this is often i would say underestimated the beats when it comes to language. Yeah i i agree and just just the final point on this though that i i picked up from speaking to the the exam. Rights the examiners. Just a nightmare all the things they have to consider like i went in thinking. It was very ni-. I very naively thinking. Well you just think. I'm going to ask a question equations. A question on fractions of as you go through my listeners. Solis it but of course you've got requirements for the assessment objectives than you've got requirements for different contexts different literacy levels but then when you writing a context as you say you've got to make sure that context is fat for everybody and i remember famous example from exile. Maybe three or four years ago. You may remember this christine era in a higher tier pipe. They had a contextual question about tickets in a theater sir. I'm they mentioned what circle tickets in the circle which is part of the pizza but obviously kids who never been to the what what. Why the hell's a circle coming in supply here and lengthy.
"krisztian" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"He sick him size to he decided Timothy and the other disciples likewise circumcised all who were willing to submit to that call new ordinance but all thou is to added he note the owner to so said. I well friend continues to quaker thou out a- krisztian without being circumcised on one without being baptized. thus did this highest man make a wrong but very suspicious application of four five texts of scripture which seemed to favor a the tenants of his sect but at the same time forgot to in cna and hundred texts which made directly against them. I had more sense than to context with him. Since there is no possibility of convincing enthusiast. a man should never pretended to inform a lover of his mistresses forts. No more than one. Who is at law of the badness of course nor attempt to wing over a fanatic by strengthening reasoning accordingly. A waved subject. Well said i to him. What sort of a communion have you we have no like that thaw two atom onus replied he how no communion said i only that spiritual one replied he of hot he then begin again to throw out. He's of scripture and preached a most eloquent ceremony again is to that ordinance. He harangued in tom as though he had been inspired to prove that the sacraments were merely of human invention and that the word sacrament was not wants mentioned in the gospel. Excuse said he mike neurons for. I have not employed one hundredth part all the arguments which might be brought to prove the truth of our religion. But these falvo self myers to peruse index position of faith written by robert barkley. It is one of the best pieces that ever was paying the by man. And as all adverse sary's confessed to be of dangerous tendency. the arguments in it must necessarily be very convincing. I promise the to peruse this piece and my quaker imagined he had already made a convertible me afterwards gave me an accounting few words of some singularities which make this sect contempt. Fathers confess said he that it was very difficult for the to refrain from laughter. When all said all the civilities without uncovering my head and at the same time said the and thou to the however thou appears to me to well read not to know that in christ time no nation was so ridiculous as to put the parole for the singular august seeda himself was spoken to in such phrases as these are love. The i beseech the i thank the but he did not allow any person to call him domain sir. It was not as many ages off to that man would have the word you as though they were double instead of thou including speaking to them and usurped flattering titles overlordship of eminence and of holiness. Which meal worms bestow on other worms. Spy assuring them that they are with a most profound respect editing famous falsehood their most obedient humble servants it is to secure selves more strongly from such a shameless traffic of lies and flattery that.
"krisztian" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Zones said i to him he will not krisztian s- then fragment replies the old man in a softer tunnel voice swin out. We are christians and endeavor ought to be good christians but we are not of opinion. That the sprinkling water on the child's head makes him a christian heavens say 'i shocks at is simply not you have then forgot. That christ was baptized by sun-jong friend. Replies the mild quaker once again swear not christ. Indeed was baptized by john. But he himself never baptized at anyone. We are disciples of christ not of john. I pitied very much. The sincerity of my worthy quaker and was absolutely for forcing him to get himself christened. Were that ohio replied. He very gravely we would submit chair for baptism. Purely in compliance with thy weakness who we don't condemn any person who uses it. But then we think that those who profess a religion of sioux holy so spiritual nature as that of christ ought to abstain to the ultimo most of their power from the jewish ceremonies. Oh unaccountable said. I won't baptism a jewish ceremony. Yes my friend said he. So truly jewish that a great many juice used the baptism of john to this day looking to the authors and thou wilt find that john only revived this practice and that it had been used abide hebrews long before his time in like manner as the mohammed dumbs imitated ishmaelites in their pure maids to mccaw jesus indeed submitted to the baptism of john as he had suffered himself to be second sized. Circumcision and washing with water ought to be abolished by the baptism of christ that baptism of the spirit that pollution of the so which is the salvation of mankind thus the foreign said i indeed baptize you with water onto repentance. But he that come. After me is mightier. Deny who's shoes. I am not worthy to bear. He shall baptize you with the holy ghost and with fire likewise poll. The great oppose of the gentiles writes as follows to the corinthians cries to send me not to baptize but to preach the gospel. Any indeed poll never baptized the two persons with water and that's very much again is his inclinations..
"krisztian" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST
"Ensued so that if die is to activated you might also say die. I do that thing. you know. it's wrong of me. I know. I know it it. It triggers you. I'm so sorry you look you know. Come on what. Can i do to bring you back in faster than salt. You know guys think of that. I was gonna say that last little piece there too. I think he he just said i probably say that at some point just not as eloquently and kind which probably triggers even more like. She'll ask out like sit back down. We got this. So maybe i'll try that. I have knowledge that i might have triggered you. Or i have triggered so just come back in and speak in a calmer kinder tone. Maybe that's harder when you're actually in it by hours. They are working on that. Not to like bully. Each other in said Concluding our conversation too so yeah Ackknowledgement in a sincere empathetic wade would probably be helpful. Awesome okay now. Walk said that you fight allow besides for writing. What do you have specific thing. That's like you would call your greatest challenge can just have to rewind. We don't fight a lot. You're just really good at fighting when we do Challenge probably die shutting down for sure. Yeah definitely like for me sometimes. Just a hot place. I i will withdraw and shut down at times. I i've been actively working on that. And i'm unaware yeah like it's something that we're not ignorant to but a lot of times over anything personally. Sorry i finished here just like even like business or stress of other things outside of our relationship and me not reading or being sensitive to his of overwhelm or if he feels anxious or has other things on his plate and then i have my expectations or my standards are what like what i know. Our relationship standards are and so just listening are being a little bit more observant to each other's needs Is something that like we. It's a challenge with us but it's something we're moving toward trying unaware of before i would be that person that would be like now like i said earlier. Okay so dr ryan. What would you suggest to someone who constantly down i look at. I look at Die and krisztian. Mia's co presenters right. These guys are life enhancers diane christie but just just like the disclaimer is that this is not on air couples therapy. This is not professional advice. This is not counseling on what anyone should specifically do die in christie. Volunteered to play with me. We're all playing. You know we're all having fun and some ideas might come out for the listeners. What you might want to try out for size things about you know with with regard to die shutting down so what i heard. Is that dying. Thanks that's all mine. You know. I'm gonna go back into my cage or my individual therapy work at it and learn how to come out and not shutdown with christy. My view is with a couple. Come through therapy dying. I has no pathology whatsoever. He's not doing anything wrong. Christie has not analogy whatsoever. She's not doing anything wrong. We're not there you know she may drag die in and say william guy you know but my my goal is actually to redirect them to the couple couple is is my client. I want the couple operate better at i. Don't i don't care how di is with his with his co workers or his subordinates. supervisors that. I don't care. I'm trying to work on this couple right. And you know you can adjust the both parts of the system and again if christie becomes an excellent di- handler when when die shuts down. Actually you might say when christie shots die down that she that she can also you know learn how to you know come to you. Know obviously when people shutdown that's a threat response fight flight freeze or total shutdown. These are all. These are all autonomic nervous system threat responses so when he shuts down you have to. You know comment him with friendliness. First of all it's better to move toward moving away automatically serve as a threat. No are you abandoning me. So you wanna learn how to move toward with friendliness and safety and and you know again. That's that's the challenge right because the challenge of every couple is a is co regulation when there is some distress in the couple system. What suggestions would you have for someone to be able to really go. Coagulate their partner. Of course you have to. Your partner is right. You have to know their their their lifelong history. You know i mean Christie already what di saw growing up and and maybe he saw you know one of these. Big adults is kind of scary. And and the other one he modeled on how they they adapt to another scary dolphin and he sort of modeled on some of that right now. Kristie is well aware of that. She.
"krisztian" Discussed on Water and The Spirit Podcast
"The water above the firmament no matter how wise a knowledgeable he might be some people claim that they have been saved from sin just by believing in jesus christ's blood on the cross alone but their own conscience knows better that this is not the case because such people believe in. Jesus christ without separating the water that is above the firmament from the water below it they believe in jesus christ only in vain in some krisztian gatherings people speak as if they believe in the gospel of the water and the spirit but when we examine the teaching detail we can see that they are actually preaching to people by mixing the water above firmament with the water below. It's such people are not believers in the gospel of the water and the spirits. They are nothing more than has before god. They're still love. Got servants in this world. Saving people from sin through the gospel of the water and the spirit however there also are countless is in the world putting together satan gatherings and misconceive themselves to be doing god's work let me make it clear to you. Those who have not received the gospel word of the water on the spirits are all liars. Those who believe only in the blood of the cross as their salvation and preached so All liars who are deceiving everyone themselves and others alike almost everyone throughout the whole world believes only in the blood of the cross and claims this to be salvation but such people have not been actually saved nor do they have any conviction of their own salvation for they do not have the gospel of the water and the spirit in their hearts. The bible says but the gospel of the water and the spirit alone is the definitive gospel of truth. Nothing else in this world can be the truth of salvation. The gospel of the water and the spirit given by the lord. I know a thing to about the mainstream theology that is widespread throughout the world. However when one researches theology he cannot find the gospel of the water and the spirit. It's all water. Below the firmament. All theologists are premised on the notion that one is saved just by believing in jesus christ's blood on the cross alone and on this foundation each denomination makes difference.
"krisztian" Discussed on Water and The Spirit Podcast
"They also invoke holiness with their lips time after time but their hearts are actually filled with greed and avarice led by all kinds of lost seeing this the lord save of them having a form of godliness but denying it's power for those who have not been born again. Their hearts do not follow god but the world they tried to be approved by the world and increase their worldly possessions and result their hearts of being completely defiled in other words that lots days are filthier than when they first believed in. Jesus christ our lord makes it clear but for all those who profess to believing god and jets have not been born again. Holy that is filthier than they're beginning and the lord says about. Bahrain will be for more richard. So satan's words are clearly discerned one reflected on the word those who still have sin in their hearts even as they believe in. Jesus have actually believed in the words of satan. Krisztian can no longer follow. The word of god sincerely even as he professes to believe in. Jesus christ is because all this time. He has believed in satan's words if one truly believes in the word of jesus christ than it is impossible for him not to follow. Jesus christ we follow the lord knowing that. His word is infallible. Of course it still hard even for us but we have no choice but to follow and when we those followed. The lord's word. Our hearts are strengthened and rejoiced in contrast when one follow satan's words the more he follows the more confused he becomes and the filthier his conscience turns search people claim to follow the lord with their words but they establish their own doctrines even more selflessly. We check nothing then. Satan's words and asked the doctrines are hardened. Their followers halls become even fell. The're even so they still pretend to live a virtuous life in deeds and they deceive even themselves claiming that as long as their deeds virtuous they are not filthy even though there are all kinds of felt in their hearts the righteousness of revealed through the believers in the gospel of the water and the spirit in contrast when the truly born again christians. Hearts are misplaced the holy spirit convicts their hearts long before there are times when even our hearts as the born again go astray and if we do not turn our hearts around the holy spirit. Enel's get some comfortable. Our hearts are not it-it's our hearts reacted verse. -ly then in no time our halsall told meant it again is because our hearts get tormented but we cannot commit evil deeds so easily when the born again embark on a pop they can continue on this path freely only if their hearts are at peace in other words precisely because the holy spirit. Enel's convicts our hearts. We cannot continue on a mistaken path for our house. Feel uncomfortable and unhappy..
"krisztian" Discussed on Water and The Spirit Podcast
"Satan's words working those who are not born again. It is those who are not born again. That's the best suits. Its be used by satan so satan stirs up devotion in them changes their hearts a makes them work hard as if they were really laboring for the truth when in fact they are serving. Oh relies say to makes people believe in july of the false teachers as the truth. It's his through these people who are not born again but satan works. He works through them so but rather than following the truth they would follow on truth. That is why when someone leads his life of faith under a pastor who is not born again he ends up turning into a servants of satan himself. If this pastor does not believe in the gospel of the water and the spirit and has therefore not being born again them regardless of how we might believe that he is doing well in his own. Way alternate all. His ministry is nothing more than satan's work. I search the pasta. Most i be born again by believing in the gospel of the water on the spirits. Satan's work is manifested. Not as faith in the truth both as the devotion of man as a matter of fact there are many pastas in this world. Who are doing. Satan's work without even realizing they are doing so much. False work is satan servants. Although they work of satan can heal illnesses and cast out demons. They best send us for their followers. Still how sit. In their hearts then next work of satan is to turn their congregations into legalistic believers changing them to strive hard to keep the law before the apostle paul at the lord on the road to damascus he had been alterly- devoted to the law. As the pharisee among the pharisees he was extremely pious his devotion even extended to persecuting murdering krisztian saints before the apostle paul was born again when he was a young man. He even guarded. The clothes of the people who stoned caught serve and stephen sedan. He was someone who said. I watch over your clothes. Go ahead and stone him all you want. In this age also such devotion is found in the churches and homes where satan is working. God makes his seven do his work quietly. In contrast the devil does his work with all kinds of climate through his servants by inciting their lost glory. Making people sell us is characteristic of the work of satan. When we look at people used by satan we see how they all labor with only the own seal from attending morning prayer meetings for seventeen straight days overnight prayer meetings for forty days to campaigning to read the entire bible. In a week there are so many exceptional requirements to their work. But it's a constant struggle to keep up with them. Their lives of faith are a continuation of one slogan after another of striving to do something homeland. Rome puts all that we really have to do is just pray to god placing our faith in his righteousness with our hearts entirely relying on him trusting him. Most we phosphine faulty days for god to be pleased of course notes however because they are not the people who believe in the truth and follow it's and because they therefore cannot trusting god's word they often see cuff to something special. They think that's if they are carnally. Sell us got somehow bless them. They tried to be so zealous that we the believers in the gospel of the water and the spirits cannot follow the zeal of such people who are not born again before i knew the gospel of the water on the spirits and before i believed in it i too had been zealous beyond description..
"krisztian" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"Was like now those cape bucket and then he bought me a cd. No he bought him. I i turn tables. Because i was like you know i don. I don't really wanna do like i wanna do. You wanna do like house parties and shoot. Okay i remember he got me my first hundreds and my first mixture was investec. I remember it was a battle. Dj aw do for no reason. Those too much brought too much for me. Right at the time i was thirteen. Fourteen years old. And i give you know. I my turntables and i started teaching at parties and i was like one of the youngest due to the ever. Dj at the arena. At the time. You know You know i started. Dj in sunset and doing little clubs and stuff like that and then by the time i was sixteen. I had my own club in seamy valley. I think right it was a. It was called the tequila when i was sixteen year. Old played what an you had your own club. I was promoting club every friday night. Me and my boy my boy editor so he was. A promoter. Was a dj. I was dj slash promoter. So i'd sixteen. I had my first twenty one and over club. And i was dj. Shit you know. I was headlining every night. Killing it on friday. Friday's dollar same. Sat man say the same set list. The same set of. I didn't really have money. I was the money. I was getting from the club. It was like three or four hundred books night as a sixteen year old. What right rows spending their she by getting on friday by the mingo. Now we didn't have no money. Fucking i remember i i used to go to a factory to you and shit you know family bargain and just ball out right because i didn't want to go to the mall and all is just too expensive. You know when you have back then we would. There was no daughter towards it. You know so. I do national. And and and that's how dj kind of went along. I was like sixteen. I was like dj. Didn't it wasn't game. Essentially like the satisfaction tomorrow was. I want to do music. Okay so then you picked up or started rapid how you always been rapid. No i started producing for. I started making beats for now as a producer. What did you start using till start producing. Beats on the first thing i ever got to. I remember at this point. Like i was really like saying i forget school at sixteen. I was like a nine tenth grade. Or whatever am i was like well if you wanna go to school like what. Are you going to do that. I wanna make music. Does local spending spend on komo. And i was like dad like this guy named keith. He's been teaching me the sheet. So i used to ditch school bro. I used to ditch school. Take the bus from one side of the valley to the other side of the valley to go. This do chuck heat house and he used to. He used to have me record his samples on empty. Two thousand excel. Okay so i would put in the record. Every core that samples are recorded a sample put on the flash drive on on on on on a floppy here. Dog was sixteen years old and saw. We'll go over there and do that for him and he would. Just keep making be to stay focused on just making beats. And then i remember he gave me like a stack of like you know five or six like Flash drives on The floppies okay. Yeah detecting zander's yeah. Yeah yeah the zips and he's like whenever you get your for its nbc. Here's here's a gift. These are all my fucking drum samples might collapse. My snares everything. I was like what sure enough. I bug my dad for like fucking two months dad. I need to get this and took them to like sam goody. I took him to sam ash. And i was like a gero master one. That's the one that he has and he's making sick as beats my that. Fucking get it. He's like he was just fucking pads in the pandemic darby and their whole host the catania in l. krisztian. There's only there's only and i was like oh like no journals. April wa yes. Lemonade molasses and i was like fuck. And i remember. I got my first job. I got my first job at foot action. okay. I would actually do that. I was making beats for used to make beats like on on this little. There was a little task cam recorder. And you put in the cdrw and you would like had little little punk ass crazy. Ira and then you know he. He was wrapping my boy lyrics. Shots in my belichick He was the first guy that i ever started producing with. And i'm on my boy Julian j q he had him. You're kicking on the first computer. He's like hey man. I have this computer bro. But like i don't even use it like you think you want it. He gave me a compaq presario. And then once. I had my pc than one of my boys. Man stopped recording on that. Sandy on that on that task. Hambro like you gotta get the. She called What was it was not fruit loops but it was a man. It was another program. Q base cuban basically excel. He's additional computer. Could record forever knows what so. I had a first studio sixteen in my garage. My uncle better build a little. Like fucking box was fucking hot box. And that's where. I started making beats from there and then it just kind of grew from making beats to for my cousin. My cousin p a boy tagging my boy A steve and then i remember we. We got our first like deal when were eighteen. I remember i had to wait for my birthday because the the the people that were signing me. Were like you've to tell your parents matches way to you're just to you're eighteen and i was a gal. Wait fuck damn. I wanted my first buck and record deal i remember. They had like a party and they put us in a magazine. But we're like in some magazine and fucking europe. Who knows you right. And then i remember i was my birthday and like within the same fucking day was like a eighteen and i can. I can say the contract perfect. Come over her doubt signing. I don't even know what i signed. And then we got into the studio drops machine that nothing panned out. We're wrapping at the time. The now i really rapid introducing a group. Yeah now wrapping. Yeah so. I haven't heard any in the earliest up when you were a teenager. Yeah you any good was any good. I mean i don't know. I guess you know that's on your perception of what you think. Hip hop is what you think. And what you like you know. I don't know But was was that successful. I think for what. I did in the time that i did it. I was very successful in my. Is you know what i'm saying. I i remember being fifteen. And i was like i want to have a song on the radio by the time was nineteen. I had it on the radio and that's awesome. I had my first one on on on power. One oh six. Digit fairly fell. Shot us through sean. Lewis and steve lebel who at the time with managing me. Yeah that's dope now Usually stop of questions when you record your first day on on it played back. Did you like what you heard non. Not because i had a sense of expectations. I knew what i wanted to hear on a record. And i knew that the reason actually started rapping myself. Because everybody that. I wouldn't buy over. I was i was like wack for my beats our way harder and keep in mind that just kicks and claps right right in a couple little dude and i cut the not. Don't sample the rest. today's music. Yeah you know just super simple and it was like you know but to me i was j. Of course you know. But i knew what i wanted to hear and i knew that the homes that i had been having right right right okay so now so i started rapping. I'm taking him out. Damone hands you wrap you. Create your own demo. You let people hear it. What was the feedback. You got the first record that actually got me like recognize was a record that i did call industry beefs and that was a record was talking about the beef between dr dre and easy e at the time it was you know i think it was a it was fifty cent game and and i did a record. Does she leaves you know. And that caught the attention. Shot my boy big boy he gave that demo to sean lewis from snl entertainment and they were you know still to this day. They work in partnership with steve lebel. Steve the bell has bone thugs and harmony mariah carey all these huge fucking rappers and singers and he no. Yeah so they he got a window. The record okay longtime. He's been around for a long time. Like you know since you talking about run dmc. That's always that you know. So i'm coming into this. And then i remember the caller joe shannon lewis wanna meet with you say these are. I'm just. I'm just trying to wrap at this time. I'm doing toying fucking palmdale bro. You know what. I'm saying. I'm fucking towing cars for aaa muggy killing it to one hundred bucks a week right that to me was a lotta fuck you. I'm doing forever. In the meantime. I was writing in between she going from car to car fixed fat or whatever. I was writing this. You know Writing come easy to you. Yeah yeah okay. 'cause i know most guy that would say it took me a while to really start getting the hang of it you will. Yeah i mean. I think you know i think to get the writing. Came easy was making records yet. No i wasn't making records to like five years ago. I started going to fifteen okay. By the time i had my first wreck on the radio was the nineteen twenties so it was like four or five years later. You know. that's what. I understand the concept of like okay records right right to make records right and then I remember i got the call from shauna and we want to meet with your dog like we like shit you know and i had this. You know this this thing has always been where they sat sound like the mexican game right for whatever reason and then so i remember you know there were like shuttles. We're going to set up a meeting. With guiding steve lebel again. I didn't know who this i didn't know anybody. I knew the artist. I didn't know nothing about the industry. Managers whatever talent agents and then until they told me like oh. He manages these people own in the shit. And i'm like oh. This is big. This is big. I remember is fucking got ready now. Winning i met a as craving valley in beautiful criminal guessing fucking plaques everywhere pat platt back platinum platinum platinum gold platinum. I'm like this is a real fucking deal. I'm in here right. And so we so we go into his car and he was like yeoman. I like record industry abuse. I that's pretty dope. Where you from the show. And i grew up in san fernando. Nah don't but you know what i'm saying like all my boys do kinda shit you know. Yeah i was kind of like whatever. And he was like all right. He's like why am i signed you. He's like and look. I just picked up his other. Let me know what you think. And he and he plays a cd and it's a song called bulletin gano names and his by nipsy hustle. And it's to me. That was the first time i ever heard of nipsy. Husband was a song called bulletin. Gano names if you if you're a fan of him in even his career you know that that was a big can of nips career was that psalm. Bulleting names amorim plane. And i was sick. I didn't know we were even in the same age group. I was just like i do. Sic let like literally almost have the same birthdays issue. You know And you know i didn't i didn't know at the time. It was just kind of like once we got. Scientists are going to a show is with that stuff and then you know things happen. I was an impatient artists. I was an impatient dude. I remember steve. Lebel he. steve sean lose. They were the ones that you know. Kinda were able to talk to felli film like y'all listen to this record and fairly loved. The record was certified kush. Okay okay you know. I wanna ask something because i think this is important because i think what what i'm going to ask you. Most artists today say never experienced what you experienced for an example. You said you heard your song on the radio. The sad thing is today. you know The good thing is let me say we got spotify. We've got all these major platforms. We got youtube where we could do a song we upload it and if we got a new video new song goes into it. Okay yes but to have your song on. The radio is a fucking big thing bro. Yeah i didn't. I didn't really have nothing educationally going for another time. All i knew was music at this point. Yeah i'm twenty years old. Nineteen i think one thousand nine hundred years old. And i'm sitting there i don. I think they're gonna play a record today. And i was like food. Shut up. you kidding me bro. Shut the fuck up here. Talking about paolino's six right fell new at two new artists. What the fuck. I'll it didn't. It didn't dawn on right right and then you know so fairly what's up especially failed. Nobody loves you. Fellows is going down right now. We got your boy. Baretta from san fernando. What the fuck never knew. Many years old but it was a feat. That was like. I knew. I could get it. I mean yeah. If i do the right record i know i could get on it and that was like a big thing i remember. I cried right on the leaving with my voice. I was just fucking crime. You know we were like yeah. I is it because you know to me. It was adamant financial nothing. Tony it was not defined. I was like oh. Yeah got it. I did i did. I did what i set out to do. Five a monkey of my bag and had nothing to do with anybody else with myself. I was just like. I've always whenever i go to something bro. Whether it's fucking music film or golfing. I always feel like i just want to be the best dogs. There's there's no other. I don't know anything you know what i'm saying and sometimes it's bad because i'm you know you know what i seem. Selfish at times is just. That's just my character. You know what. I'm saying. But you know what. I'm glad you said that you want to be the best and i think that's an encouraging message to a lot of the young artists today that you know what you got to master your craft be the best at it you know See to here's my thing. Because i know rappers that are very talented but i just don't think in my opinion they put into work in. You know to to to be the best at what they wanna do. A lot of these guys. i think. Talented put up mediocre records because I don't wanna pay good money. So i'll pay twenty five dollars a beat and they're beach on matching their lyrical skill. If you will and think about this twenty like one of the different cultures do run the culture social media and easy accessibility to record to a producer. Now now you could pay twenty five books that thirty bucks like you said and get a fucking beat and whatever the case right You know i think you know definitely. I'm the last generation of that challenging. Like you're trying to get on radio like radio doesn't mean as much as a houston memorial right now. You can pop off on tiktok on instagram and still make a gang of money. You're sending still live in an still right. And i respect the hustle regardless of how it is because the i i tell you this if i had these assets that i have now back then or who knows my music would have been right right but now i'm using the answer that i have now for what i'm gonna do now. Which is comedy and film and directing and acting. You know what i'm saying so it's like once just just backtracking once. I had the record on the radio. I'm fucking doing shows everywhere at the fucking house so blues i'm opening up a bunker bash qualcomm stadium and they're doing all this crazy shit problem like what i'm just it's coming fast. I didn't understand it. And i started becoming kind of like you know you. You know what i mean. You're twenty years old. You put so much work. And i didn't know how to act didn't have people around me that were like checking like bro. Chill chill dog. And then i met my boy Full clip recipes. My boy he was like a big candidates like in my career to like he. He changed a lot. You know he was like my manager. He became a manager. You know. I started doing stuff with him. I was impatient. So i wanted to do stuff faster than the other company was doing for me and i was just again an impatient artists. You know what. I'm saying now understanding that you have to build and build relationships and put on music and be consistent. I wanted to now. I was like. I have someone the radio. Why the fuck. You might not famous bro. Like what the fuck right right but it it. It w- radio wasn't enough. It was like you have to fuck and do the groundwork bro. You have to do the groundwork in you have to build and unfortunately my my you know my best friend my bro- he passed away in two thousand and eight and that's when i left rep. I was done with it comes done. I don't want no more of the industry. I didn't wanna be rapper. Was done with it. There was i was gone. And i left up okay now. At one one point you actually became a radio personality or dj on the radio. It was right after that. Okay right after that. Yeah right after that radio station or i think you said internet. If i'm yeah so we we were part of like the first. I wanna say some of the first generation of like essentially podcasts. Radio internet right. I had this show called latin legacy with my wife. Nicky her cousin. Which is you know. My cousin bursts rock and Our boy digi roman rocks where we had a. You know we had like a podcast when we interview bunch of people. My girl was like the publicist so she would reach out to all these acts and we'll get him on the show you know and We were doing really good. At elliott tug live i. I could see what the numbers that we are able to build. Something good awesome. And then we got the. And then i got the call from kool-aid in e from bogus the locus at the time. Right and we want to have dinner with you soon. Which been doing with the radio show. We just wanna talk some possibilities options in mind if you come have lunch or dinner and i was like am am going over there and mukuru laying. You know next thing you know we have. We have a radio show land legacy with focus locals you know it was like a it was like a like a branch off focus but the locals and it did really good for us. I mean we're getting two hundred thousand listeners. I can on any given night. You know what i'm saying. We had you know we were getting access and stuff like that. And i just around that same time. I started filming. I started my film career. I started getting into the behind the scenes. And i was like why all these rappers that have been interviewing. I'm sure one of these folks needs a video. So i started providing the service i was like. Well look i know all you rappers. Let me start doing videos for these students. So i we you know because we just got busy doing things we we kinda kind of fade off of the radio show now. Did you know how to film or you just picked it up and send us brighton. The fuck i was doing you kidding me. I remember i got fired i was. I was doing accounting. I've always had good jobs. Always been con- my wins some good jobs elia and Just super lies on the on the on the on that occasion. My god so here i am telling Faez by others that i have an accounting degree and get a job at five. Spot is right here in carson right here off of The one ten their corporate offices as an accounting management got. But all doing right. At this point. I'm low level accounting. So then they just crunching like just you know like fucking like invoices. Okay me so. I'll put the paid here the non-paid he and then i get that and take it to a county. Victory was paid. So i thought i was doing and then i remember i was there for like two months. Do the the management comics agassi's bro. Man i like you bro. I cool man. I'm i'm doing my job. Thank you i house making like fifteen sixteen bucks an hour and i'm going to have to let you go but i'm like why is i don't seem happy. So you gotta go do something. That's making you happy's like bro. You good at what you do. And it's fast and whatever and we let you go early sometimes ship but using the happy. Your bro i remember. I took that check was like eight hundred bucks. And i went to my girl and that was one thing. I got good news and bad news. The good news is that we got money. The bad news is that i can fire so this is all we got. You know i was like. I need to get a camera. She's like what i was again. Look i i'll i'll start doing some music videos. I'll see what i can do. Now fucking i. I just want to have a job no more. I just want to be creative. You know she was all right. Fuck it always supportive like. She's always been and she was again. Fucking thing. I've got a camera. And then i started doing like little documentaries for rappers and nothing ever panned out. And then i raised enough money to get a better camera and i got a t. to i and at this time you know how was really hanging with my essay. Dasm spanish flight. Yeah the boy. And it means as well. And i remember. I told him it was a dad's you mind. If i shoot a music video for you fucking dog is whatever right and then the second video. I was like a full for this one. Don't pay me but do me a favor by me. A lands house. Like i need this fifty millimeter lands. That's gonna make your video. Look ten times better. He was like and i was looked. One i'll give us forever for the law. No shit for the low. Who i may i. May i made a pact with them. It's been twelve years. And i still give so. He's like all right. Fuck it i remember. I was going amazon type in. I need you to buy this year. So he bought me. The land braun just changed my fucking life you just filmed the video of to longo here and that lens right. There took my videos to a whole 'nother level where people were like. You should look like that. And i was like yeah. It's all about the class. Now that you eddie. You're not the class glass. Glass guys. just chill out. You know what i'm saying. So this very body. Like i remember i mean should essay das- and just a bunch of wrappers man that i already knew from the game. You know ah now. How long have you been filming. Just wrap meals before you decided to venture onto acting ten years. I was acting in between all that. I did my first movie like in two thousand twelve. It's called doug green car warriors in it's with Richard cooper hall which is fucking golden globe nominated. Now he's doing a bunch of cool shades on. I believe he's on. He's on a on a on on my boys You know so. I like all those guys are doing picture on again acting like they kept following the acting. I i i kept doing acting like a big commercial and arizona skull the lottery commercials for so i was. I can all the circle ks facing shit right there and that was my first big campaign was like i was like the face of arizona lottery for a little bit. Hell yeah but nobody believes motherfucker. Because i was over here. And i will tell people like yeah but it's an online are seriously everywhere right now. All the fucking billboards like stop nine. Bro i'm not going to phoenix just to go check. Catchy you know that was bad so nobody ever believe me about that. Okay now now okay. You're feeling now one made you say fuck. Let me try acting i. I've always wanted to do it. I think i remember when i was like ten or eleven i remember. I told my mom. I was like. I wanna be a fucking actor. And i remember we were at the mall and there was a company. John robert powers talent agency and they stopped my mom. And they're like your son. He has it and i was like i have braces and mom i wanna be actor for. They're just trying to get my mom's pockets. So i remember we took a meeting and shit. 'cause i they were like studying puck embraces. Book teeth off fallon shoes and Yeah they tried to give like eighteen hundred dollars on.
German Christmas Markets
"Let's start with the festive atmosphere. You'll normally find at the outdoor christmas markets in germany berliners. Iris andre and abby and reiger. Join us now. So having fabio. What is unique about a german christmas market. They're they're so popular with american travelers. These days i think is the spirit of german community code. Usually communicate is associated with the with the bar or but germans feel very smoothly on christmas market. Imagine you can do your christmas shopping without the stress because you will walk over the christmas market in between shops and you get a hot spicy wine standing next to your neighbors who've just doing the same thing you have a little chat and then you just keep on doing what you're doing and it sounds by the way referring to this is not a touristy thing i mean it's to make it a popular but it's also enjoyed by the local people iris. Fob and just talked about communicate. What is community. Could say a unique service word. It's stands for coziness coziness. Yes warms quietness time off with your friends. So there's a conviviality and as fabulous said this hot spiced wine might add a little bit. It's a time where it's hard time to leave and go home because you don't want to leave that atmosphere and you find that at christmas market. When are the christmas. I'm not celebrated at christmas time. But how early do they start in the season. And when do they close down for most parts of. There should be starting on the first weekend of advent for sundays before. Christmas for sunday's before christmas exactly but also some chris markets. Now they're start towards the end of november because they want to have more of a season stretch the shopping season. Yes the united states is a big kind of discussion. Should we be decorating for christmas before. Thanksgiving same dynamic germany fabien. There's christmas markets everywhere in germany. These days in austria switzerland also in other countries The most famous i think in germany is in nurnberg wise. The nurnberg christmas market so beloved. There are several things that come together to make the number christmas market special festival because he in the heart of the really ancient city. Beautiful costlo at the center. You feel like you're in a medieval city. They take great pride in that christmas market. So the lighting. Is i very special. And then there are a few christmas. Sort of sweet specialties. That are typical for number like particularly on the gingerbread gingerbread which is an essential part of christmas to me. It's so essential. That no matter where i am on earth at any moment around christmas time i need have german gingerbread for christmas or it's not christmas for me. Whoa what other sort of this special traditions would you find. When you go to nurnberg their Which are small gingerbread river. Literally it means pepper cookies pancakes. I know those. Those are delightful delightful. Iris in nurnberg. There's this delightful kris kin. Can you described krisztian. The chris is a young girl or young woman who was dressed up almost angel looking like and she stands above the christmas market and she gives a christmas market opening speech to the crowd. And it's a big event for the number christmas market which they wanna see. So she's like the queen of christmas kicks off the festival. She has said drop for two years and then moved on to another young lady and they take big prides to be the cou- skinned
Against All Odds: Lone Survivor
"Some survival stories hinge on strength of will a person's raw determination to live other times science steps in and saves the day Anna Hogan home worked as a radiologist at the University Hospital of North Norway. She made history there in nineteen ninety nine but on the operating table. Her remarkable incident began with a skiing trip after work with some colleagues. They were all avid skiers who were familiar with the local mountains and the conditions that day were ideal sunny with lots of fresh powder. They were only a few runs in. When Anna tripped losing her skis tumbled and slid toward a frozen stream when she hit the ice broke and her upper half was pulled into the frigid rushing. Water her friends ray able to reach her in grabbed her boots before the current could pull her all the way under. They phoned for help beneath the water. Bogging home struggled upward and managed to reach the airspace under the ice. She could breathe but her clothes were soaked. In near frozen water drowning now had to fight hypothermia to see who would get her first. By the time the Rescue Team arrived hacked a hole in the ice and halt her out. Bogging home had been submerged for nearly an hour and a half. Her skin was pure white. Her pupils were blown. She had no heartbeat. The Medevac helicopter. Ride took another hour during which the rescuers performed. Cpr At more information on the meat. Mak Your brain this piloting left to its own devices. The human body likes to be around ninety eight degrees Fahrenheit or thirty seven degrees Celsius all sorts of complex involuntary automatic. Things happen to keep you as close to that number as possible but the world is a cold place. Sometimes when the body census you getting too cold it begins to protect you from the outside in since air polls heat away from the surface of the body. Blood vessels in the skin begin. Constricting less blood is going to your arms and legs and more is staying in your core to keep your internal organs warm. This leaves -ceptable to frostbite. But you've got bigger problems. If the vessel constriction doesn't stop the temperature drop. The body tries to make more heat by moving the muscles. You'll start to shiver. Usually from the chest muscles outward. This too can be a problem if it goes on too long as it tears through your nutritional reserves and taxes heart increasing the risk of heart attack or stroke if your body temperature drops below ninety five degrees Fahrenheit thirty five Celsius hypothermia sets in your blood pressure drops and your breathing becomes shallow. This means less oxygen is getting to your brain which can bring on slurred speech. Confusion nonsensical action and none of which will be particularly helpful. Arctic Explorer Robert Falcon Scott referred to this in his writings on his nineteen eleven expedition as a half thawed brain. And there's a truly bizarre reaction that happens sometimes paradoxical undressing the freezing person suddenly feels like they're burning up and strips off all their clothes so now you're dead and everybody can see your hoo-ha as the cooling continues. The brain and other organs begin to shut down when the helicopter landed at University. Hospital fog and homes core temperature was fifty six degrees Fahrenheit fourteen degrees Celsius about sixty percent of what it should be. She had no signs of life. But the head of the Emergency Department mads Gilbert and his team made a decision. Anna was not dead until she was warm and dead. They rushed log home into an emergency room and hooked up to a heart lung. Bypass machine pumping her blood out of her body to warm it and then pumping it back in hours past. And her temperature's slowly rose. The staff watched her vitals. The ekg machine blipped then flatlined again. Then booked again. Suddenly homes heart jumped back to life coming on its own. The cold had preserved her brain like an organ waiting to be transplanted even while it was starving. Her brain of oxygen on a bag home was alive but she had a long row to Hoe. It took twelve days for her to open her eyes and it would take years for her to walk again but she did hell. She even went skiing again though. I most certainly would not not unless you want to try to her. Record for the lowest body temperature in the living eventually person outdoor recreation while healthy and fun always carries with it inherent dangers analog in home had her friends nearby to help. Aaron Ralston did not to tell you his story. Please welcome Mike Guest one Herrera from the podcast sick Parviz magna now for a story of survival and April. Two thousand three mountaineer Aaron Ralston goes hiking at. Utah's Kenyans National Park. He befriends hikers Christie and making and shows him an underground pool after swimming. Aaron parts ways with hikers and continues through a Slot Canyon in Blue John Canyon climbing he slips and falls knocking over boulder which crushes his right hand and wrist against the wall. He calls for help but realizes soon that he is alone. Ralston begin recording a video diary to maintain morale as chips away parts of the boulder to try and free himself and tries to keep warm at night he rashes food and water to survive the ordeal. No water available. He is forced to drink his era. It is sterile for those that don't up. He sets up a pulley using his climbing rope. In a futile attempt to with the bowed over the next five days Ralston tries using his multi tool to cut himself free but the latest doll to cut the bone in his video. He becomes desperate and depressed. He elucidates about scape relationships and past experiences including a former lover and Krisztian Megan during one hallucination. He realizes his mistake that he did not tell anyone where he was going. And he decides that destiny has trapped him with the bolter on the six day. Ralston has a vision of his future. Son Springs Wilson Survive. He fashions or turnkey from a camel. Tube insulation and uses the Caribbean or to tighten it then using his knowledge of torque he breaks bone in his arm and using the multi tool so amputates it he wraps stump to prevent examination and takes a picture of the boulder repels down a sixty foot rock face using his other arm and drinks rainwater from open. He needs a family on a hike. Who ALERT THE AUTHORITIES AND A UTAH? Highway Patrol helicopter brings him to the hospital. Years Later Ralston starts a family continues climbing and always leaves a note saying where he has gone with that. Being said Aaron Ralston shares. What he has learned that three gifts. Adversity gives you one shows you who are what is important after realizing that we are likely going to die in that Canyon. Allston recorded goodbyes. To his family his last will and testament formulating those thoughts and focusing on his family kept him going and motivated not to give to it. Shows us what we're capable of multiple points throughout his experience said underestimated his ability to survive yet. Kept powering through emails stone. He thought would be his last. I found strength courage and determination and grit that I could never conceived of Ralston sub. Adversity causes us to dig deeper. Now he had ever done before to get in touch with the thing that motives even when we lose our motivation three. It shows what extraordinary about being alive. By the Time Ralston was able to amputate his own hand. He was smiling while he did it because he had come so close to death so many times throughout this ordeal driver freedom his well to see his family again genesis certainty that he had more life left to live in the end overpowered all of the agony and despair. He felt along the way Robinson is one of the few unforgettable survivor stories. That are out there. This has been done from Parvez. Magna giving an podcast. Check out my show as we talk about multiple success stories and how everyone got from their point point B. Thanks look in the show notes for a link to his show which all the appearing onto from that very well known story to one that's lesser known but always fascinates me when I come across it if again on Christmas Eve. Nineteen seventy-one Julianne. Cup was a high school senior living in Peru though she was a German citizen owing to her German researcher parents seventeen year old. Julian and her mother board a flight across the country to join her father at the research station. Her parents had founded. Julian's graduation was the day before and this way she could both attend the ceremony and the family could spend the holidays together
Suspect in Mollie Tibbetts' death pleads not guilty to first-degree murder
"The farmhand charged in the abduction and stabbing death of twenty year old Molly Tibbets in Iowa has pleaded not guilty to first degree murder. Krisztian Rivera entered his plea on Wednesday. Information charges the defendant with the crime of murder in the first degree today. The date and time set for arraignment. State of Iowa. Is Christian Rivera defended? Mr. freeze at this time. I'm going to ask you how does the defendant plead to the charge of murder in the first degree? Mr. Rivera pleads not guilty. Correct. Mr rivera. Next question. Then Mr. freeze does the defendant, Mr. Rivera demand for waive his right to a speedy trial? I explained to Mr. Rivera's right to demand more waive his right to be trial. He waves. Record should reflect that the defendant at this time waived his right to a speedy trial court is going to set trial in this matter to begin at nine thirty AM on Tuesday, April sixteen two thousand in nineteen Rivera charged in the killing of Tibbets who disappeared while out for a run July eighteenth in Brooklyn, Iowa investigators found her body a month later in a cornfield an examiner have said Tibbets with stabbed to death Rivera is a Mexican national who's been accused of being in the country illegally.
Facial recognition used to bust man trying to enter U.S. using phony passport
"Hill to get the death penalty Brian shook reports the president made, the comment during his meeting Thursday to discuss overhauling prison sentences with attorney general Jeff Sessions Bill Clinton signed a law that permits sentencing people to death for dealing large. Amounts of narcotics but prosecutors have. Not pursued that because many. Feel it may be unconstitutional Fenton all is the most powerful opioid and kills. More people than heroin an estimated twenty nine
IS releases new audio, purportedly of its leader al-Baghdadi
"Cohen pleaded guilty Tuesday to, eight charges including campaign finance violations that he said he carried out in coordination with Trump the manager of a dairy farm says the man charged with kidnapping and killing an Iowa. College student Molly Tibbets was a good employee who worked there for years under a, fake name Dane Lang. Of era farm said that Krisztian Rivera presented an out of state government, issued, photo
Illegal immigrant charged with murder of missing Iowa woman
"The body. Of a missing college student has been found in Iowa cornfield twenty year old Molly Tibbets a student at the university, of Iowa was discovered yesterday in a field covered with corn stocks charged with first. Degree murder in the case is a year Twenty-four-year-old illegal immigrant from Mexico named Krisztian Rivera he stands accused of, a, costing her while she was jogging on July eighteenth. After she threatened to call police Rick Ron, is with the Iowa division of criminal investigation as we understand that based on our investigation he followed her around circled around a couple of times located her and. Then began to interface with her at some point in time on three hundred. And eighty fifth street authorities said Mr. Rivera is believed to have been in rural Paul she county for, four to seven years investigator said surveillance footage showed miss Tibbets near her hometown of Brooklyn a town of about fourteen hundred people and also showed Mr. Rivera's, car if convicted he could get life in prison without parole Iowa does not have the death
Barrasso Easily Wins Primary for Wyoming Senate Race
"Republican Senator John Barossa was going to face a reelection bid against Democrat. Gary trailer this November Barosso cruise to win in. Tuesday's primary it gets his. Closest challenger Dave Johnson trailer ran unopposed in the. Democratic race the stage is also set for Wyoming's race for. Governor. Wyoming treasurer Mark Gordon won the Republican nomination for governor, over businessman foster freeze who are President Trump's complete and, total endorsement, former Wyoming state house Representative Mary thrown when the democratic nomination for governor