11 Burst results for "Laura Walk"
"laura walk" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"And now here I was again. About to miss the turn. But this time in serious need of a positive force. A detour, especially this detour, was not the wisest plan. I had police reports to file, paperwork that was due yesterday. The officer's words echoed in my mind. Kidd, this is just the beginning. Still, I took the exit. As I passed Carmel and began winding through those mountainside curves and bridges towards Big Sur valley, it was late afternoon and turning very windy. I kept the windows open anyway. My first stop was that woodsy restaurant on the cliff's edge where I had eaten with my family two decades ago. And where I'd also had Sunday Night dinner during that rain drenched January. I walked inside and took in the familiar mahogany bar and high rafters, and those windows, offering uninterrupted views of the ocean and mountains. The restaurant was closed for dinner set up, but the day manager let me go out to the terrace, where I settled in at a table with a mug of coffee, and watched the sunset. Henry Miller, who loved Big Sur and made it his home once said, that until we lose ourselves, there is no hope of finding ourselves. I thought about the other Laura walking around in Mexico, spending my money and even speaking to officials at my bank all in an apparently convincing performance of me. And here I was, the real me unable to tell in ways that ostensibly mattered. A convincing story about who I was. It made me wonder for a moment if maybe she was actually a better candidate for being me than I was. But sitting on that terrace, the peacefulness that enveloped me when I stepped into the restaurant began changing into a kind of bedrock familiarity, and all at once I felt completely like myself. Not the self who had been tested or the self who was still figuring out where she was going next. But the one beneath all that, the self I had become acutely aware of my first time in Big Sur, the girl who was in awe of the world around her, and her place in it. Maybe this is what we get in life. A few great loves. Loves that return us to ourselves when we need it most. And maybe some of those loves aren't people, but places. Real and adopted homes that fill us up with light and energy and hope at moments when we feel especially tired or lost. That is the beauty of love in all its forms. We don't know when or how it's going to save us. That's Diane Guerrero, reading Laura Dave's essay, GPS for my lost identity. We'll catch up with Laura after the break. Laura Dave says that the identity thieves used her information to open 13 different credit cards. That made it hard for investigators to keep up with them, and allowed them to go on a huge spending spree. These people bought over $200,000 worth of products. They bought a ton of stuff from Victoria's Secret. They bought so much sporting equipment. So much stereo equipment. There was a lot of food purchased, and then some specific food there was lots of pizza deliveries. And there were lobster deliveries. This was a long time ago. And I still remember being sort of in awe of a $5000 purchase at Marshalls. I remember thinking, how can you purchase $5000 worth of products at Marshalls and not raise any alarms? They were never caught, and Laura also never learned why she became their target. The building I had been living in a New York, there were a couple of other people that had their identity stolen in that building as well, so I thought it's someone that has access to the mailboxes, is it someone that works in the building? Is it someone that works at the post office? But I actually think what happened was it was 2008. The Internet was up and running, so there was enough technology that identity theft was running rampant. But the difference with me was I wasn't around to stop it. Laura's identity theft turned into a grand larceny case. Her credit was frozen for almost a decade. But she says she hasn't suffered permanent financial damage, and she was recently able to buy her first home in Santa Monica. And Laura says that even though it caused such havoc in her life, she was able to find some good in all the chaos. When I had to be the one vouching for myself, I realized in a different way what mattered to me. I don't think it's a coincidence that 6 months later I met my now husband and moved to our home in Los Angeles and I never did have that sense of feeling so lost again. It was a gift of fate that when she learned about the identity theft, she was so close to the place that made her feel most like herself. Big Sur is just truly one of the most magical places in the world. It's one of those places that the longer you spend there, you kind of realize that it has this quiet beauty that is truly healing. I have a friend who said about Big Sur, it is kind of like watching your soul outside of your own body. There is a peacefulness there and assuredness that really has never been tampered with..
"laura walk" Discussed on The Swearwolves
"And they're like fucking. They pulled the alarm. Yeah so come back to tommy doyle. Actually and he's coming out of school and he's carrying the biggest fucking pumpkin ever seen in. My life is pretty big. It's like a fifty pound pumpkin and a fifty pound kid carrying it. and you got superhuman. Strength lonnie fucking dick smith and the dick smith trio teasing teasing him but the boogeyman get you get you get you. He's gonna get you amongst the boogeyman is coming. Thomas with the fucking talking about. There's little boogeyman dude. I can't watch that part of the movie now without thinking of the white zombie. Cover of your boogeyman. Because it samples that he's going to get you is gonna get you and then it kicks into command and that's what i have. Yeah anyway yeah anyway. The kids run off and one of them. Bumps into michael myers. It's fucking lonnie. Yeah we'll talk later. More to come more to come opinion that one tummy ends up falling a break in his foot in tonkin. Yeah poorest thing. The thing smashes instantaneously when it hits the ground that rotten hopefully harvested waste could bake delicious. I'm not a huge fan of pumpkin seeds. Huge love him. I'll eat them. But i'll lead item year round source of fiber. Well the last thing. I need gotta stiegler and clock. Yeah lonnie and bumps into michael. Michael ben sees tommy walking and he follows him when we on the chain link fence creepy. It is all right high school's out schools out for just the day today. It's tuesday you gotta go to school but Laura walking home with linda. Pj souls yeah totally she. She's dumb done. She does great though she's awesome and she's like i particularly loved the scene where lorries like. Oh i forgot my book. And she's like books who need books every day yet. My chemistry book. I forget my english bookshelves on for like a minute. Just like up books books books on the phone book but yeah she says totally all the time also this is when anti bracket shows up now any bracket happens to be the biggest bitch. She's pretty rotten. She's has fall. Maybe a bunch of times and this was the first time i've really just picked up a picked up on how mean she is like. She's constantly making passive aggressive. Snide comments to laurie specifically about laurie linda. She doesn't fuck with she's a little bit. He's kind of a bully. I almost think like lori. Linda's friend and linda anti were friends. And and he's jealous of any kind of a bitch. She's the biggest bitch. She's always like which she say she goes. She goes. I gotta babies and she talks so fucking annoying too. But she's like. I got to babysit lindsey tonight. Oh lawry's like oh. I'll be babysitting tommy doyle z. Learn from that. She's like she's like you can come over. She goes oh great. So it's either listen to linda and bob fuck or time with new foods. We're friends about this. The best friends. I don't want to be my company. Yeah fuck off. How about just not..
The World and Everything In It
"laura walk" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"Their colleagues drafting. An opinion means hours of work at a desk. But laura walk is a runner when she clerked for justice thomas. She used her running time to draft. The opinions then puzzled through the legal arguments. When i was running a lot of it was sort of planning out in my head. Especially if you're working on drafting an opinion. How can i write this in a way that will make sense. Or how can i organize my thoughts. In a way that will make sense to someone who doesn't know anything about the case or sometimes you just need to step away and turbo something else. And then all of a sudden. Like the answer clicks in your mind. I wondered about how the justices divide up the cases. Let's face it. Some disputes are more interesting than others. I asked is there any friendly competition and that somewhere britney lane kubeck. It's funny like everyone who gets to clerk on. The supreme court is a super laudner. But they're all super law nerds in different ways right like i have a big civil background do a lot of residential mortgage backed security cases. And i like that kind of lot interest me and then i had a co clerks. Who worked for a state and did a lot of criminal background so yes. There are some blockbuster. Constitutional cases that we all are interested in. But there's also a diversity of interest so what struck me was how all of our former clerks felt profoundly grateful not just for the intellectually stimulating people but for their kindness and camaraderie. Jack white emphasize that very thing justice alito taught me this. He doesn't even know that he taught me this. One day i came into chambers.
The World and Everything In It
"laura walk" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"Creative team that brings you the world and everything in it. This is the legal docket. Podcast if you'd like to hear these episodes before the weekend they're released earlier in the week on the legal docket feed search for it and subscribe anywhere. You get your podcasts. It's not often that a supreme court clerk makes headlines but in october twenty twenty. That's exactly what happened. Mr chairman ranking member feinstein and members of the committee. One of amy conybeare. Its former law students. Who is now sharing her personal and powerful perspective about the judge. Everyone is talking about. My name is laura will and i am a former student and men t of judge amy tony barrett in part because of her unwavering support. I am the first blind woman to serve a law clerk on the supreme court of the united states. I was yesterday. Laura walk sharing a powerful story about her mentor. Judge me conybeare it. Before the senate judiciary committee she has given me a gift of immeasurable value. The ability to live an abundant life with the potential to break down barriers. So that i can leave this world a better place than i found it in law school at notre dame walk took classes from then professor amy coney barrett civil procedure and statutory interpretation. Both came in especially handy in two thousand nineteen when walk landed a clerkship with justice. Clarence thomas at the supreme court walk says like most institutions. The court experienced growing pains says it learned to interact with her and her specific disability. But the court was committed so that walk and future law clerks could do the job. The court was amazing. It's hard to articulate but if you've ever been in a position like this you know the difference between people who are doing because they have to. It's their job and people who want you believe in it. And every single person at the court that i interacted with was very firmly in that camp they just told me over and over again. We know we like this is a great opportunity for all of us to grow. It was really a testament. I think to just the broader court in general about how willing everyone was to help me pitch in while laura.
"laura walk" Discussed on No Jumper
"Matter what the meeting was the table would be said. The conference table and john was across the table. Trump would come in and the first thing trump would come in is slammed on the tables law is lousy. Could say this deal is bullshit. I don't give a fuck about this deal. This deal is bullshit. And when i come back this thing that'd be fucking fixed and he just stormed out and slim to trump will do all time all the time and then come back in and go. Hey how are you donald trump. Let's the craziest. Most psychotic shit you've ever. He said it was the most psychotic shit he ever witnessed. And this guy became our fucking president. Wow like can you imagine. Like if i walked into this interview and the first thing i said you never meeting you before you bet a and i'm i'm gonna come back and you bet you'd be like what the fuck is wrong asshole like you know. In fact laura walk him out. Like i don't even wanna fuck and duty interview right you know and the other thing i wanted to share with you that those people are coming to trump like. He's a foot yeah benefactor who can make their wildest dreams because he's very much in the position to do that and there's a fucking florida fuck in war chest for governor descent of one hundred forty million dollars that these fucking trump fanatics are fucking funding. Like it's crazy bro. Like crazy so the other thing. I wanted to tell you is i. I had a little fun based on this tick-tock thing recently with fat joe. Yesterday's prices not today's price. Yesterday's price is not today's price. I'm out on tick-tock like that. I think two hundred follow stupid. But i like to talk because i honestly the reason i watched tick-tock is for hip hop shit a b. Is i like woodworking. And i love these fucking tables with the resin like i'm trying to buy every fucking table because my wife and i are building a house in florida so i'm looking for like a church like that and then the other reason is broadcast boys. I fucking loved those dues. Like i don't know if you're up on the broadcast boys was fucking lucas and deuce deuce yoda. Those dudes are funniest. Fucking two guys on top forty s to dues like lucas will do shit on like the fucking playboy life of fifty cent. The fuck in criminal life of this one is fucked induced. Dues does shit on sports. Okay like the draft of two thousand seven. Where are they now. All my favorite one most recently as regular focus who look like jay z. He's like oh and here's the broke jay z. Trying to fuck in thirst some bitch and to a hysterical. So i would suggest get up on so i did. This thing with the split-screen yesterday's prices not today's and so as yesterday's price today's price and guests. Today's prices not today's always yesterday's price. Today's price it blows up on my tic tac. Get like whatever. I'm out and i'm looking through the fuck in people who are checking and of all. The things i see is white guy who says Another white guy who's confused by the fact that a brothers trying to set the fucking tone for economy you fucking ignorant devil and i'm like but you're white and you don't know that i know fat joe and you don't know this is a joke so thanks for visiting but the point. I'm trying to make an all of that. Is bro is the obscenity. And it's truly obscenity. That people like i said the spiciness of of the interview. They're seeing things in bite size scenarios and taking it to me. You know like you took the line. From jay z thinking that i own nauseous publishing. Just not true right. Yeah i mean that's consume information these days like we do the thing that you're used to the media doing to the to you. You know wherever you said something in review and there was a way to twisted and make it all starts as a racist searches nassau. Whatever the media would gladly. Do you did that to me. I'll clip half fucking van letham fucking. It wasn't what i said. Is i went into a room. Clubhouse that van was hosting with mouse jones and they were talking about something and they asked me about my opinion. And i come from a place where where i was raised in how i was brought up regardless of a jewish kid. The kids i grew up with i recognized and saw that they believed in. I believed in in what they believed. That black man's got on planet earth. Because i grew up on a lot of my friends like my closest friends bro. From redfern projects whose names were government names and became. Jamal law understand mathematics. Bi self and like i would troop with them from redfern to mecca on one hundred twenty fifth street so and in my conversation in this room i said in in the same way i understand that white people are visitors and hip hop. I also feel. It's important for me to share that. What we're doing on television with like love and hip hop and love and hip hop. Miami is a fucking travesty to the culture and these men and women. Oh no no no no see you white men. You don't have the right. Can't talk about living hip hop can't talk about. You can't talk about black people on television. You don't have the right and it's dude mouse. Jones was every time. I try to say something he was like. Your voice is getting a little husky. Home you might. You might want to relax..
Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"laura walk" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"What's right greg. all right. L z sophia di di martino. Play sylvie in the disney plus show loki and she is a new mother. She posted this to twitter today. It's not easy being a working mama. Genius christine wada designed sylvia's costume and added concealed. Zippers so. I could pump easily and nurse. My baby between takes little things like this. That made it possible for me to do my job and be apparent. I'm forever grateful. Is this a big deal or no deal. This is such a damn hughes deal man. Wait a way to make somebody feel seen. I can i. Can i just tell you quick. i'm about i i'm doing. Abc this week on sunday and beforehand. You know like. I was talking about little wayne and his hair. I wanna make sure my here's crispy for the show and it's like i gotta my scramble. Try to find something. I can do. My hair and blah blah blah. Because we don't employ people that can do natural hair like mine and it's like just another reminder my gland everybody can get their hair down right there. I gotta find you know oba. He don't feel. Scene is so wonderful to see an example of someone who's just been recognized for where they are in my and instead of you know filling ostracized for it. They just go a we see you heal us. Help you out so awesome. Yeah i agree. I mean i can't really say it any better i mean it. It is a monstrous deal for sure. Go next that's way. I don't know laura was gonna win laura walking away and if you'd like you feel seeing loehr as a woman yes i mean. I don't got no kids. But if i would i would want my employer to help me out. Of course sodano blue origins. Jeff bezos has chosen in early female aerospace pioneer. An eighty two year old pilot named wally funk who was denied astronaut wings decades ago because of her gender to rocket into space with him later. This month is a big deal or no deal. It's a big deal. Going into space is big deal. Obviously the story line that you just mentioned is a big deal man. I i don't know about you got i. I know you. And i always talk about like you know. Be afraid of the ocean. I'm afraid of the ocean. A little bit not afraid afraid but like there's stuff in there we don't know about and there's certainly stuff is basically don't know about and the space travel part is still so let. Y'all do that for a while before. I even consider real come on. It's just my take an airplane to hire right that night. I see you jeff. You know everybody's own your head because you read the pay your employees for real for real nice gesture so this is a big deal or pay taxes. Don't forget that well you know. I won't say for not paying taxes on. There's a whole group of them. Well he had the only one right right. What's next arielle z. Someone named tanner maple tweeted out the other day. I just found out that one can go to a movie theater in texas and by a pickle at the concession. Stand one single pickle in a bag they put it with. the candy. Is the weirdest thing i've ever heard about texas. Is this a big deal or no deal. Is it a cold pickle or room temperature pickle. I'm assuming it's like with all the other candy so it's room temperature at that point but it's in the bag with a little bit of the juice you know. Then it's not a big deal if they're taking extra precautions extra step it sure that it was cold so as crispy you can get that crunch on. That's a huge deal. But i am eating no soggy warm pickle. I don't care. Texas got it or not. So i'm gonna say is a big deal because the sodano household outside of me. Everybody loves pickles and my children. Eat those speier dill pickles all the time like straight up out of the fridge so that would work well with the people in my family outside of me so you know but they love it so i'd say big deal at least for me but i love pickles like that. I like pickles. Period appeals are delicious man. But it's gonna be cold. Yes or no warm pickle sitting next to them and albums and not the bread and butter pickles. Either it's gotta be a dill pickle and i want. I don't want spears either. I wanna i wanna hold yes cutting. Yeah yup yup. Laurie pickles. I do it. Depends on like how meeting with what. But yeah i. Don't mind them big jar. Bobby's garlic you went to. Oh they're so good. Laura drops a bro. Now it's too far. You're like pounding your chest like celine dion. Yeah it's just like look you. You are really pounding your chest lake the pico with the sandwich that comes on the side that wants cool and one and a burger slaney. You don't gotta be walking around like an amusement park or the fares. Hell no yeah. Those are good turkey. legs are good too. I only did it at disneyland. I never do it again to being. I can't finish all that. So i'm like i feel bad throwing all the food away. He's supposed to eat it with tibo. It's like a double date thing t-bills on Oh you his mum. Two hours thirty seven minutes. That ain't right. Girl used to let us do that in the pre show meeting. Ain't that important..
"laura walk" Discussed on No Agenda
"Nothing i just got sick of it. Oh it's the three by three. This morning i realized that it's impossible to deal with well are we. Are we still going to do one. Laura walks three. Variant notice was iraq pocket envelope. Peres are you can tell it's real. It's real deal makes it nice. That sound okay. We started with abc. Yes and they were all going on and on and on about the legal twists with erica jane from the real housewives of beverly hills amidst a vaccination craze with people having adverse effects the g. seven All these things taking place they are highlighting the woman from the real housewives. Yes the one that got tied up with this crooked lawyer. I'm sorry you're saying that. Like i should know what you're talking about. You can't believe okay. She going to jail. But this is all bay. I you'll give you the background. Because i i did kind of figure out what it is. Okay there is a Documentary on hulu called a housewife and the hustler. Which revealed this woman to be on a no hustler cheat. I'm not sure. But all i know is the lawyers quit her and this became scandalous. So she's got no lawyer and she's a blondie and she's like I dunno it just dumbs. A great back story just gave us what they were they. Click right out of that. Because i only caught half to half of that to the two accused like bought and paid for promotion for travel to oregon. Oh really yeah. It was a massive promotion for oregon. That's what they're doing what you should go there with their money. That's what they're doing with their kobe's relief money interesting. Say that because it's probably true. Why not the the. The hostess is one of the hostesses says. Oh i've got to go. 'cause i've never been to oregon. Oh nice native. Native native touch had that in. It's called the tagline john in advertising and we'd like one of the hosts tag it by saying how much he slash he slash day slash. Them would like to go to oregon the other by unable to buy. So then i clicked over to. Cbs and there's there's an old black woman on. Cbs rollo should matter. How old she is but she doesn't look ursula burns. She's a book writer and she just did a book called. You are not who you are now where you are. Sorry where you are is not who you are. Oh bestseller written all over it. And she was bitching and moaning about voting rights and how they're trying to screw everybody. The republicans are out descru- everybody and that was the message from cbs racist. So that's obviously racist. Some racist republicans. So then the best one turns out to be nbc or they do. I don't know how long this segment was. When i tuned in it was going on. And when i tuned out it was continuing jenna bush as a tribute to her grandad six blocks of all the people that were on the nbc. Today show Is that a sex box. Sex bucks and up in the corner crying hyping pearson or is over this story. Janet bush went out with the golden knights of the us army and jumped out of an airplane to skydive in memory of the old man. Who used to you recall cia. Today's his birthday. Oh so she jumps out of the plane with these guys. And and thanks percent for saving her life she screamed apparently most of the way And made a comic grabbing life and and going for it was was the old man saying all those lamenting george h w bush is though the greatest guy. Ever 'cause he was. I guess the republican who was the number one globalist and that's just okay with nbc and comcast 'cause we should all be part of some one world government. That's the way they see it. We give up our sovereignties and become something else and so this whole thing went on and on and on about the the interview with jan. And she's going. It was in jena by the way. It's got a big giant. Barry bonds size head coach. She's been dumping still ahead type deal or it's a big giant. Had she's got all of a sudden. I was kinda tasting head. Is that one of these side. Effects from the moderna or the pfizer was this to be a beside effective steroid use. Oh interesting look pumped up now. Not at all except for the head. But that's beside the point at this big heads better on tv. This is a fact not yeah well. Hers doesn't so this was the big attributed. George h.w on his birthday and everybody's watching they pumped in the mom came in for laura bush comes up and hold his crying. Who had the whole thing was just disgusting. Well good report now. How sick did you feel after watching that. Which sounds like at least twenty minutes of torture. Oh well that's why gave up on tv right there. Boom there's unbelievable. This is why people flock to the no agenda show not only because they know that they're not gonna get that dribble. They know that. Because they're the ones living the real information producers worldwide and so the local news here not a three by three but just to bring you up to speed on. What's happening here in texas this situation so diner in texas and california power grid operators urging residents to conserve power to avoid rolling blackouts in texas. The coming just months after a winter storm left more than one hundred people dead and millions without power for days get ready. Get ready for the dummy texans. They don't know how to handle their grid. Oh no they don't know the stupid and dude named been protector of the gigawatts. A he of course reaches out to me regularly. When we get these types of situations and i already know the drill and and the reason why we have stress on the grid in texas. Can you guess is hot in texas. Yes there's one. Other factor though with this league gets cold in texas. There's no wind. There's zero in twenty percent less power because the wind power is not available but then urquhot has decided to set a cap once again. That's our Our grid operator the exchange which just to remind you the same with the covid Snowmageddon snowmageddon is what. I should call it We didn't have to shut down for any other reason then. Greed there's hedge funds trading this energy. And they have a lot of control based on the futures contracts they own.
Zenith Poker Podcast
"laura walk" Discussed on Zenith Poker Podcast
"Wyatt likes. Those bits is the most Is is really going to improve your game. And then there's other things that the toy can help you with Making polo bits across multiple straights Bluffing the draw calling with a range. That's comprised mostly of draws Some of the the check writers lines predicting your checking range with a check raise Lewis-butler in the give lines sending Why at a position tends to. I will fold on on the floor in a lot of In a low formations and even some of the multi stuff. All of this. All of this can be found out by the toy games. And then you you'll understanding the toy games helps you understand what the output of the soba is telling you and it will help you understand where this over might be going wrong so solve his. They inherently all. I do is cry and output for what you put in so if you put in something that's wrong you put in something. That's inaccurate incorrect. Your output is going to be wrong inaccurate incorrect. So that's the reason why i would suggest a lot of beginning players to avoid running their own souls initially because of all the time they'll be misleading himselves. The reason to to buy this always as a beginning. Playa is to look at and read and study solves that have been ron already by strong players. So is is a great example of that in the dennis library. You can download a whole bunch of souls for free and you can look at them Free chip plus or in monkowila for the preflight souls. And what you're doing is you're studying A sold that was run by a strong plow and so strong play. Oh an experienced player Played as experience with saul was and understands the game in in more depth than you will basically be able to crate betta game trees solutions than you will star. What you're doing. Is your studying a good solution. A high accuracy solution of the game. And so your intuition that you train by studying will be more accurate now. This brings us along to studying. So that he citing souls by others from players is probably the best thing that you can do and zana's of free free solutions that you can study And then if you've finished stunning them you can buy early access to to the next set of solutions right So you've got loads of stuff the next thing to do We study in terms of how to study is Studying a variety of spots. so room. what. I said about training your intuition. The game is an enormous gang so because the game is so big this summer. Different lines eight at that table can take every hand is different and it's probably never been played before that the game is so big that every hand that you play most likely has never been played exactly the same way that you're about to play it okay so once you understand that you'll not trying to memorize again. You're training your intuition about the game you comrades again the too big unlike in chess where you can memorize already openings Go may be convert. Memorize a variety of openings. I mean goes numerous Beckham and you can remember the first few citing roles right. Those those games are much smaller than pica is enormous econ. Memorize anything at all. What you're really doing is training intuition. And the best way to try to envision is to look at a variety of different spots. So one thing that you can do is you can look at the preflight ranges so studying a bit of pre flop will will definitely help you out as a beginning playa just playing the correct hands playing a good ranges will cause you to win much money always cozy to to not lose as much money as you. Otherwise would have applied loads of loads of money. That beginning lose is because the playing the wrong hands. Before the flaw choosing the correct hands having a good intuition is going to take very far this game very very far then off to study pre flow. You move onto studying someplace. Slow spots right and rhumba. You're trying new intuition so you wanna study a breadth rather than depth. So you're setting a wide variety of spots rather than studying a single spot very deeply. So you'll spend time studying. The cigarettes pods adds up To the poets you'll spend a bit of time. Studying has all three pots Six makes his success reports. I mean houston. It's been a bit his arm. Setting the phobic pots right and is a very different singers. Poets poets will pose a. You can say So for example to the boats between the blonde in abundance of the buns opened and the big one is cold right. That's that's a very common spot but it's very very different. Surface blind goals is very very different to if the the cutoff opens and the buttonholes right. So you're in one of those spots in one of those two pods is going to be very inaccurate if you try to apply those things that you've learned to the other to applaud even though the both two-bit pods zach ratio is very similar The rain is a very different because of rain is a very different. The dynamics going to change and because the dynamics going to change the strategy is going to change. And so i studying studying one of the moines necessarily apply to the other ones as low as different through a configurations that you can look at as well On one between the blinds between button and blinds been cut off in bonn And full plot simile Looking at some of the squeeze pulses well right squeeze reports say for example the cutoff bond goals and one the blinds squeezes. There's two Squeeze range from the small blind blinded very similar for the cooling range. Also from the from the caught up in the first. And laura's walks.
The Twilight Zone Podcast
"laura walk" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"This long as well so this is not a case of story being stretched too far to fit our long twilight zone. It's more the case of a story. Just not engaging me and i usually liked studies like this the studies of appear some breaking down or going insane because those stories are usually very performance driven. And if you are fascinated by the central performance then you appreciate every small moment no matter how insignificant in might seem. Because you're so focused on what the actor is doing season. Four's miniature is a good example of this for me now. I realize it's not for everyone. But i probably gave the episode a bit of slack because i liked to at robert davao was doing with it. But i just don't enjoy watching pat angle here. I just find him annoying so on this last occasion when horace follows his old friends into the alleyway at randolph street. He that talking about a birthday party that they went invited to his best party and he tries to plead with them to accept an apology and as he does. He turns back into the young. Horace ford who was their age. You imagine not being invited that birthday party. Can you imagine. I'm supposed to be his best for he sticks in a mobile army and how we bust on the party. Billers watch for this fellas. Some i gotta tell you he'd probably baller something. You gotta listen to me. I have to tell you. I apologize fine. You cut out a if look at me. I'm i'm standing right here for me. Are you my buddy wanted. You listen to me you guys. You think i don't know what you guys from. Apologies georgie. cy. Oh come on. what are you. Give me the treatment for you. Listen will you please listen to me. I couldn't help it. I'm telling you get a chance. I'm your best friend. Will you listen to me. Just a minute wars maxwell maxwell for friends set about giving young horace at beating which then culminates in. Maybe the highlight of the episode of quite chilling moment when him bryant takes horace. Watch back to laura and we see that it's actually his childhood. Mickey mouse watch now. And the ending of this was a great point of discussion when this story came to the twilight zone now. It's my understanding that the original versions of horace ford finished here hammy. Brandt took the watch back to laura which suggested the horace ford went back in time to his childhood for good. But cbs just didn't like this ending and one of the executors rotor head attachment and said the meaning of the play is not clear so martin grams junior documents in unlocking the door to television classic that habitation rotor reply suggesting an alternative endon and it said start with the one thousand nine hundred eighty four street with the people in wardrobe of the period all cars etc shooting down on the street side. We see him running through the crowd. A few beats behind him comes laura horses wife. She is obviously lost sight of hair. Me as she makes her way down. The busy street. She comes to the alley. Looks in and sees horace. The boy lying on the ground. She goes over to him. Recognize him as your husband is horrified and frantically talking in yanqing adam perhaps in dialogue also trying to call him back she shakes vigorously and the boy transforms into horace ford. The man seen is then played in the alley which could contain all the thoughts and dialogue which our presence in the vision already shot at the end of the scene harrison. Laura walk out into the street on their way home only now. The street is nineteen sixty. Three the people in present-day close set dressing and cars accordingly up to the moment as they walked down the street and passed assign we could still bring in hammy brand looking after them very close to the same effect could be obtained somewhat more simply by using what has already been shot up to the time that laura finds horace the boy in the alley and reshooting from there to the end so this was more or less what ended up onscreen apart from a few details and it seems that when the studio one vision was broadcast originally in the days that followed they received over a thousand letters asking for clarification on the ending as well a grams. Junior writes that reginald rose himself was forced to defend his play reasoning that the view is probably did not understand that the story doubt in fantasy and perhaps widow nabl to distinguish who's fantasy it was so as filmed laura goes to find the poor young porous thankfully transforms back into a fully grown man and has the realization that is childhood might not have been as wonderful as he's been making out. I don't know what happened to me. Laura no idea but for one minute one second maybe one hour. I don't know. I saw something that made every memory i ever had a lie because when i was a kid was and hugli sad on nightmare and i saw i i know what it was. I remember it now. I don't know what happened to you. Either horse but i think we're all like that. We remember what was good and we what was bad because we couldn't live if we didn't. I can see why rod sailing would be reluctant to use incredible well of horace ford so close to walking distance because they do have this malati's but i also think that given the space of a few years there was enough distance to tell the story now walking distance about a bantam mind who did have a good childhood and wanted to revisit it because it was everything a childhood should be horace. Ford was a man having a breakdown and at a saying clues as to why that might be in the episode. It might be the pressure a supporting his wife and mother in the household the pressure of being an adult so he retreats into the things that should have been from a simpler time. But what happens when that simpler time wasn't as wonderful as martin sloan's wives in walking distance. Then i guess you need to make it up..
The Sue Plex Podcast
"laura walk" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast
"Yeah used to allow bret hart and used to be able to tell. Yeah these gripe what you met brent. Yeah no he's absolute daughter. That's a face of amy's this is very worth your cohen. Blahdy blahdy but a small small world hours ago. I now where Lebron verify is very co. he is reasonable wrestling fan. Hey used to go to your co what. I used to take oath at roberto. Great so i've got pictures of him before we use we met at all. He's like random. Small world is ridiculous. but it's like a. I love wrestling bronze together in that sense. That's on i. I still wind up. One of my friends is wrestling. Plans used to work with them and telling stories about just like finba and skeptical more walking into a pub in brick lane. And he's like that didn't happen like the side that in battle walks in you look up the next thing you know. Shouldn't get knuckle laura walks. And that's just a normal normal sunday when you're helping out with the ring trading as it yet that that that sister People but he's great is co so speaking of the bert rush. World will not back to the beginning. Shall we say what you hooked on wrestling. What was the one match. The one show. How did you discover wrestling. I was completely out of air. And i just went round friend's house i think i must've been about ten ten Maybe about ten and then with just he. Video not was a video on it. Two five or series two thousand one and it was the invasion angle I was hooked on the hollywood match against.
BBC World Service
What will the Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation mean for the 2020 election?
"We can talk about murder boards. Because Amy Cockney Barrett has just being doing them. I've never heard of murder balls before One of our guests was saying it's the American phrase for a Nintendo practice interrogations where you get people to take you through what you're about to go through. If you're about to go through, for example, the confirmation hearings for the Supreme Court because she is President Trump's pick to fill the vacancy of Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Her appointment would cement Conservative majority on the Supreme Court with enormous political implications. Eyes like nothing seen in U. S history, so close to a presidential election, his Barbara Plata Amy Cockney. Barrett is a dream nominee for those on the right, but it is my honor to nominate One of our nation's most brilliant And gifted legal minds to the Supreme Court Appeals court judge is a formidable intellect, a devout Catholic, a supermom with seven Children. While I am a judge, I'm better known back home as a room, parent, carpool driver and staunchly conservative, although at this White House ceremony, she distanced herself from partisan divides. If confirmed, I would not assume that role for the sake of those in my own circle. And certainly not for my own sake. I would assume this role to serve you. It's just weeks from the election, but nothing is getting in the way of the rush to confirm the new Supreme Court Justice, the third nominated by President Trump, the stakes are just too high. Processes nomination consistent with rules. And I look forward to coming days will be a lot of fun. It will be fun for them. See Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee and other Republicans because it's an unprecedented chance to secure a conservative majority on the court for a generation. And also to recharge the election campaign by energizing the base help Amy Barrett and President Trump Fight back stand up for conservative values Republicans But also Democrats have adjusted their campaign adverts to address the unexpected vacancy on the Supreme Court is rushing through a Supreme Court nominee to do just that step away care from millions of Americans and pre existing condition protections for Democrats. This is a nightmare, a job for life. A court that sets the nation's social and cultural direction on issues like gay rights, gun control, abortion and Obama care. Judge Barrett is very fair, but fans of Judge Conti Barrett are convinced she's the best candidate for the job. She's a popular law professor and Laura Walk was one of her students. Judge Barrett is not swayed by any type of personal preferences or things like that again. Witness that in the classroom no one ever knew what Judge Barrett thought about an issue. She never let her students he never Pressured them to think a certain way. Everything was hyper focused on the law. Democrats don't have the votes to stop this, and they're furious about the politics. Today I am nominating Chief Judge Merrick Brian Garland to join the Supreme Court. In 2016, Republicans blocked President Obama from filling a Supreme Court seat because it was an election year. But now that they're in power, they've changed their tune. And the conservative media is almost giddy with excitement. This is going to have a massive impact on the American judiciary, thus gonna have a massive impact. On American culture and society. If Donald Trump secures the Supreme Court seat, even if he doesn't win the election, his presidency will be deemed a success by the ideological right and by evangelical Christians. That's why they voted for him, and it will be remembered as a turning point for the nation on some of the issues that matter the most to Americans.