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Matcha Tea

20 Minute Fitness

05:39 min | 4 months ago

Matcha Tea

"So much powder so farmers grow matcher by covering that. T- Twenty thirty days before harvest to avoid direct sunlight. Visit increases chlorophyll production boost the amino acid content and gives the plant dog Green Hue the Policy Years Macho as you've probably seen everyone has grown in popularity you can get much law as and ice cream on pancakes and so on and literally means mattress. Pouted t the leaves are hand selected their steamed briefly to stop from tation that droid and then aged in cold storage. A MRS deepening. The flavor and the leaves are stone ground into a fine powder but wise the hype around Macha so matcher is commonly referred to as a mood and brain food with previous research demonstrating a three constituents present in match. Aotea dot big fan on each and caffeine affect mood and cognitive performance healthy nine has been shown to potentially increase the Alpha waves in your brain and these waves linked to mental realization and also helping to fight stress signals. It's also been shown to increase the number of feel good chemicals new brain which has been shown to prove your overall mood your memory and your concentration another difference between green tea and matcher. Is that the whole leaves. Aw ingested so it's a more potent source of nutrients than Steph's green tea and some sources cite that one serving match matchy is in nutritional equivalent of ten cups of regular Brews Green Tea with match T. containing two hundred thirty seven times more antioxidants. More information on until do remember back through all previous episodes as we've come at this in depth. Bought the on anti-oxidants in Macho a called polyphenyls and they've been linked to protection against heart disease and also helping to reduce your blood pressure again because of the the factual construing the Whole Leaves Matchup. You also gaps through three times. The amount of caffeine the compost tate about the amount you get in a brew coffee and Macho Warriors out there who proponent of the product with claim that you don't get a caffeine buzz life from coffee or something like that but an alert com due to the lvn on present which can induce feelings of relaxation without the drowziness again. Oversee Caffeine has same benefits. I'm pitfalls already touched on this too much but what I will say. Is that the impact of caffeine weight. Loss's regularly being examined. Several studies suggesting the caffeine can help the metabolic rate and increase fat burning. So let's potentially the the benefits thoughts in much tees. Well we've seen four seems forever. That marketers have been pushing green tea products as a weight loss tool whether that be just literally drinking green tea or as a supplement in pills for example. And it's been a number of studies that have lingering t to fat loss however there are of course opposing studies which is shown no such link but the studies. Supporting Green. Tea's thought thank state that the active ingredients can boost the effects of some fat burning hormone such as Norepinephrine noradrenaline and main antioxidant and T. E. G. C. G. Which has said much as well can help inhibit an enzyme that breaks down the hall man nor epinephrine. So that when this ends honest hypnotise. The amount of north of noradrenaline increases promoting fat breakdown. And as I said at the Star Macho Green tea has a similar nutritional profile yet it contains significantly higher levels of things like egg than regular green tea and this has been shown to have highest biological activity among green tea. Gaskins and again if you remember from previous episodes Catkins are type of disease. Fighting flavonoids anti oxidant so as mattress. So high in this egghead. It's interesting to look studies following its influence on fouls as well because I was a green tea's been looked at in big debt as well so this face needs to be further. Developed on some of the results are inconsistent but two thousand five study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition looked at individuals that drawing catechin rich tease. Macha on those who drunk rich green tea. That didn't have as much catechin is in on the people. Drinking teas just match dropped almost twice as much weight in twelve weeks. Participants who didn't additional human studies have collectively also found that taking hundreds of four hundred sixty milligrams of egg together with ace two three hundred milligrams of caffeine for at least twelve weeks linked to significant weight loss and reduction of body. Fats what is interesting to note from this? Many studies dot the fat burning effects of things. Like you'll match guarantee Harley justic on almost dependent on not consuming caffeine habitually so all the time EG CG has also been studied extensively and has been shown to help fight inflammation in your body. Help maintain healthy all trees. I'm promote cell replant so because macek contains grade levels of antioxidants such as G. It appears to be a superior. Taeb gets the all the benefits of green tea on more. But it's important to keep in mind that was laid out when it comes to weight loss. It's a very small piece of the puzzle doomed to stress that you should not be over consuming match Or even green. Tea's tries to make sure you don't how to more than two cups a day. Really so that concludes. Today's episode on match tee. Tonight you understand what is being all the next time you hear someone match. Lotta hipster cafe for example. But that's that's over. Now we're GONNA hit you. 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How We're Maintaining a Healthy Plant-Based Diet with Limited Food Options

No Meat Athlete Radio

09:26 min | 6 months ago

How We're Maintaining a Healthy Plant-Based Diet with Limited Food Options

"Cova is actually forcing us to stretch and expand and creative new recipes because we have such finite and different ingredients that we have to love Ridge. So there's some silver lining I think. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's a great story. Like no no I. Actually I agree with you and really even outside of Cornell virus or Cova Nineteen I. I love it when we're at home. And we don't have a lot of the ingredients. We would normally have to like hit up. Are you know kind of stable recipes And we're forced into experimental doing something a little different. I actually really like it when that happens. And it doesn't happen all that often normally in life because we go to the grocery store once or twice a week and never really run out of stuff so it is Kinda you know. It's kind of Nice that we're the least. Katy and I are being forced into thinking outside the box a little bit when may have all this pantry? Non Perishable stuff that But not as much fresh food as as normally would yeah. I've been talking to a few of my friends like going at town in the kitchen and not known as real quick you know. They're getting so much more because they have that extra time and actually diving more into the plant based world too because it really is. There's so much more variety if you think about it when you replace plant based meets instead of real meat it's like you got tofu. And you've got vegan sausage veggie ground got lentils and Tempe Elvis other stuff that you can really adventure out with now if you haven't been Vegan or haven't been plant based Over the last few years like us. So Yeah I've got. I've had a few people reach out to me and say I've tried Vegan back and cheese. I've tried you know veggie ground for the first time and I think that's pretty cool Do you WanNa go through like what? We're what we've been eating in the quarantine like a great idea like what? How have you have been approaching food over the last the last week or so? I'm really excited because I recently discovered a new green technically. It's a precarious. I think there's a lot of Moss on the rocks around my house and so even talking to eating boss even be that bad boulder right. I mean surely you know I'm a little bit more terrified and probably my neighbors. You guys 'cause You know as you know. We've got a new baby coming this week writer in the next week and And so I'm really trying not to go to the grocery store and like even packages we get from Amazon. Like I wear rubber gloves and I put them into quarantine in my garage. Four days hoping the virus will die in the event. That like the mailman was sake right. Like I'm I'm really taking it to an extreme because you know the the The stakes are little higher for us. Of course I'm going into the lion's den into the hospital with my wife so that's really disconcerting and a whole different subject but no. I haven't started eating Moss but given what we know about algae right like I perhaps you know. There's there's I can senator scientists complement and see what kind of long chain fatty acids might exist in Moss Moss called. Yeah that you've been saving going out and and grabbing this off of your auto no so disclaimer for Julia and anyone else who didn't realize freaking out. Do not eat the mosque on your property. I don't know what will happen. We'll probably find a new PSYCHEDELIC as a result of this podcast. Someone's like the coolest looking towed. I've I've not actually. I'm standing in my office right now. Looking out across a ravine see this giant rock with a ton of Masan it so I was just thinking to myself like if I had to go forage. That'd probably be the first thing I look at. You know yeah okay. So if you're not eating us what what are you eating? You can go first Julia Ghost. Okay so I mean. It hasn't changed a ton but I wake up and make a big green smoothie so I actually just posted a smoothie recipe on my website hooked on plans with compliment in their complement proteins. Medicinal Mushrooms too and I always just pack it to the Brim. With Greens not loss. I've got Kale and spinach. And even through some sprouts in there sometime sprouts are really good especially now because they boost your immunity tons of antioxidants in there. They last quite a while in the fridge too. So stock up on sprouts and then I have a bunch of frozen bananas in the Freezer at all times in Ziplock bag so throw a couple of those in there and a cup or two of frozen berries and blend that up and then if you need a little sweetness he can add a couple of dates or something like that but I always have like three big smoothies throughout the day. That both Davey and I sip on so it's always good when you when you're hungry but you need a little boost of immunity and really good nutrition so always a smoothie. I go for my run still. I know that we're quarantine but there's nobody outside in our trails. So do that and then come back and have overnight oats and it's just something that I've fallen in love with. I actually had a breakfast cereal before. Now I'm not doing that anymore. But it overnight notes with buckwheat oats and Macha and dates. And what else do we throw? They're a little bit of Maple Syrup. And then I just soak overnight the easiest thing in the entire world with whatever your plant milk favorite is and then you top it off in the morning with some coconut yogurt and a bunch of fruit. So that's super feeling and delicious and have a match or something to and then lunch. I kinda snacker when it comes to let j love like Hamas and veggies and some kind of yummy crackers or something like that or even like Romaine dipped in Hamas super crisp Romaine and apples and dates and I just love snacking at lunch. I don't know why maybe it's like a kid thing that I've always had and we've been trying to get out and do something in the day away from people so something outside when is beautiful and sunny outside because it's just like you know everyone's a little bit anxious right now and you just need a little of that extra boost of energy and like feel goodness so we're not on. Full lockdown were quarantined away from people and getting out and going for ski tour in the mountains or go for bike ride or something just feels so good at man for dinners. That's like that's when you can get super creative and like I was saying my friends are just exploring the whole vegan realm a little more so I'm helping them out but just last night name off one meal we had passed out with. I actually need like a kind of the bean sauce to thicken up the tomato sauce. So out of white beans you just add that to the blender you add some nutritional yeast and some kind of like a spices garlic and onion. And what else do a little salt little museau paste in Dijon and that makes such a Yummy creamy kind of sauce and you could use cash used to but I liked the lower fats lighter version and then he can add that to your pot of like red pasta sauce. I just I had it from the can or from the jar because it's just easy. There isn't past sauce in there through that extra bean sauce in there. It's nice and thick and with some sauteed onions mushrooms and a few extra vegetables and then you can add in some cooked lentils or we had some Eve's Veggie ground round so it's not as whole Foodie but a little more fun for the quarantine veggie ground grounded on meet kind of thing. Yeah Yeah so. Throw that in there and then passed Got this kind of passed a Bellona's that's Kinda creamy and delicious. It was so good. Yeah we've been doing a bullying as as well with by with lentils and Like cashew cream tomato sauce. So frigging good I. I don't know why we just discovered that it was a recipe from Isa. Does it just discovered not that long ago? A couple months before all this happened. But it's been actually something we've been talking to a lot because you know lintels are are easy dryden we can cook them up really easily and then just add some tomato sauce and a little bit of cashew cream and so good

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"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

Ravens at the Crossroads

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

"Other people just in general other people getting attacked in hurt four things that they have every right to do every right to do in in some cases have no control over south their fault. That the I'm thinking of El Paso thinking Dayton people have no control over where they were born. That's let's not a issue that it's not like oh I tell you I'm gonNA wear my XYZ clothes it. It doesn't work like that. And so I think more people need to take a stand just in general. You're right I totally agree with you. I we'll say the meeting this morning. There was talk about the El Paso. They said that there were a cock presence. BITCOIN spy and we should've sets up because they were the people I don't know if they're members but I'm sorry my voice went down because of course but The nightmare things things are changing. I'm hopeful that they're changing. I have been disappointed in code for some years to be honest but I also have. You've really enjoyed the interface work which I could not do without cog and there's sadism white colleagues another thing that's really different is that mainstream Religions of WHO have ordained people with true chaplaincy training and so forth with the pastoral counseling and all that have hired people. That's part of the job description. Maybe of a church pastor or of one of the team of people people employed by that church is to be the benefit participant and as part of their job and they have a salary. We only have ourselves. We're guys that way again. I get a lot of help from cog and it's valuable to me as as well as to them. I think. Think so If nothing else I stick around but there's always refer improvement and I am hopeful that is underway. And as I said the last two years we did a lot of work towards that so we have a live. Consider an implementer not and for people to find you online a knows that you have some links on your website for your facebook and a few other places where you blog so. Your website is Macho Nightmare Maka MAKA NIGHTMARE DOT com. which is probably should be spelled? Because it's not. Yeah it's M. A. C. Each A. N. G. H. T. M. A. R. E. DOT COM. Great thanks and it's not current and there is really neglected because I've been working in prison. Student interface works here. Thank you I was was looking at some rituals that you've done. I mean there's a lot of good information. I did that. Great spell spell when the With it was in the eighty s and Ron the whole Enron. Yeah they all that was eighties. They had protests of the human growth which is not a good place is up in the woodlands. But it's you know it's an elitist male. No thing it says over. The Gate is weaving spiders. Come not here. And it's all man and so a rich man didn't start out that way but it is now and Those protests up there at in Russian river and I had lawrence masks the one I had worn in the spiral dance which was the mortgage and it was is such a bad ass mask. I don't who owns it now. But it's Y'all scary when people put it on me for the spiral dance and like turn around and go the person who faceted you know little kids were running away. I mean is really Harry Mask and so I wore it For this spell and there was some people in the bridge kind of calling attention to us. Andy Handy the late MD.. Kahn and Diana and Andy had donated this business suit and I made fake blood from a recipe. That often sparky was an actor. And we've Gotten A. I got into the river with the mask on. I did but washing at the Ford. You know the the wash the blood out of the warriors clothing if they're going to be dying in that warrior then that next counter and and I didn't really think it was for the death of corporate greed. That was my team for doing this. WASHING AFFORD 'EM I didn't know it but my friend Wendy Nick Griffin refunding me. She says you know two weeks later. Enron kill itself died collapsed. I don't he made it happen but it is in line with what I was trying to do is hilarious. I really not about the effect to that but I like to claim it any light a it. It's an interesting coincidence very interesting. Thank you for taking the time to speak with us today and I greatly appreciate the stories. It's great to hear the history from firsthand experience versus reading the book. Because you get so much more information out of it so I want to thank you. Thank you so much because I know we don't always get the opportunity to hang out and chat and this has been extremely enlightening and wonderful thank you. I'm delighted that anybody is is interesting because I really worry about our culture being lost because people die and I'm hold you know I don't even say that everybody's in everybody's GonNa go there and I. We've lost a lot of people who've been wanting to document so I've tried to make that a little bit judy sparking something only appreciate the work end and your time with us today exactly thrilled. I will publicize it like crazy into the semi can. Thank you all for listening today in the catch us on our next podcast lake. Mary part can also donate on our website. Yes we finally actually do have a donation page on our website. So if you'd like to see us do more travels Were involved with the community. The more the donation page Paul. The easiest way to help make that happen exactly. Thank you very much Mary. Mary part.

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"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

Ravens at the Crossroads

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

"Interfaith work and they and these people people interface as the other religions they will come to bat for you if you need it and we should come to bat for them when they needed and COBB should issue a statement every time. A mosque is bobbed or anything. Like that particularly in the United States and some people say let's political that's what crop was four right right. It's so confusing to me when I hear people complain that it's too political and it's like even understand if it's too political when maybe not the place for you Hauer Hauer people's lives to political. Not Safe you know to not say something. Well those two things one thing being. Excuse me wet being of religious attacks so minority religions. Because that's what we're about is our rights as argument. So what and now that. We're real prison. An actor presents awesome interfaith even more reason to be issue super savings of support and policies about religious things and Dan as far as the kids. Being put in cages. Let's purely humanitarian thing is transcends politics agreed families these are meant to kids are meant to be their parents. That's sort of the way the species evolved. Thank you very much so I think it's obscene and I know that a lot of people think it's obscene and I don't think it's political to say that it's obscene to separate them from the parents so those two things in particular. There may be others that you could. You could quarrel about you. Know taken aside or the two for those people that don't like it. There are two left at the to progressive or whatever but uh those two things as far as I'm concerned mugs worthless if they can't say about most things well so so the topic with regards to cog so the membership has seen a bit of a decline for it. I'm being really nice. You're the hemorrhage and there could be reasons. I don't know how much follow up. There's been with regards to that because I've been staying out of the grand in council but what is if somebody who has not a lot of people I don't really know about cock not really and Because there's new generations coming up in the community Pagans which is a lot of them have absolutely no idea what cog is yes. We have a website. Yes we have a facebook page back in the day. We had a my space age but people don't necessarily know who we are as an organization and when they have heard of us it hasn't always been positive. We have a lot of negative things to kind of so so we want to. So if Carl interested in reclaiming You know memberships or or getting people to start the process What's one thing you think? Think that maybe call. It should consider doing to make that happen. Very much of the meeting was about exactly what you're talking about okay. So I don't have a pat answered still under but we're we're talking about restructuring and have the ministration separate from the governing word so so to speak and having representatives to that board from each local councils and so it's really coming from the ground up which is what it should in my opinion so I think it's it's undergoing changes And we're even talking about having a i. I don't want what they've surname. I think was like a recruitment officer something like that. I think there was something of that nature and they were talking about brushing said they retired. All these places I could could talk. I would love to around the covers for Kong but you go get your act together before I feel like I wanNA squander Mike Goodwill these people and plus that's the only thing and this is a kinda universal not just pagan related. But when somebody screws up and it's a real those big blow ups about it in his horrible horrible which just happened with one particular recently and that's what people remember no matter how many things should try to do to make up for its they. The reputation is you've made the statement stupid. Save black lives matter we lost a lot of covenant and have we lost a lot of members because of that and I hit I and I was the most obnoxious put over interfaith rips ceiling about that with the falling meeting we. This is so hard to undo. Guys have no idea how much trouble he was making a lot of really good us a lot of the actors and we're trying to win the back that one of the things that I did that year because I was carrying a Lotta proxies and one of the one of the covenants up in the Seattle Seattle area but happened with that. I didn't even hear about that. That's the whole. Will you mean their local council last years ago in a different. I think this is one of the comments. That was a member of that right now. Listening to make remain to answer but this now has remained a member of the Covenant Large but I have to have a proxy so they take the so they wanted. I said well what we're GONNA do. Is I'm going to propose that. We have social justice committee right well the way they accepted that but the way it was implemented was not really practical to have social justice blog. And I feel like you. That's not really it. And and poor Magana Zan that ended up doing everything that was done. Didn't get any other contributions and I had said riot friend. I'm not putting for blogger where you have to write for the interfaith but I did still want to be involved and I promise these people in this common and others that I would would it systems on that at the next meeting. Promise it'll happen but it's a promise that will address it and we did and we did make a nice is better statement. But that's not what people are GonNa remember the revised one. They're gonNA remember the old one. The old one is itchy race you know. I don't think saw the website anywhere anything but there's a policy section but anything was posted on the Internet is forever. Let's let's just four wasn't anything that was negative. That group or individual did is forever it's forever connected with. They're the ones that well. Yeah we are the wants that and it was a screw up but we also XYZ during and we also learned from that and have room beyond that try to remedy that and now so far has not proved very effective. But I hope it will at some point and that's another reason why keep carrying on about mount. We gotta make statements when kids are taken away when not skip mopped It's it's disheartening. To see.

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"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

Ravens at the Crossroads

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

"Experience those two camps completely transformed my world. It's been very profound for. I love people. I came home Feeling completely More complete within myself. more grounded much more calm more at ease with the world around me by almost missed my exit on my own my drive home. I lived there for ten years at that point. Point walked into my house and didn't recognize anything which is really is profound. It was it was a very profound life altering Experience for me And I was I mean even my boyfriend was like you were like a totally different person. Wow and it was a wonderful feeling for about Out a month and a half to two months before the real world finally like crept in kind of put me back to the way it was before I left but it never fully. He got hold of me. Camp was amazing. Well it's interesting because I've never had anything to do with a witch camps of not particular reason but when I started to travel around and promote the book and stuff like that I thought well I have to talk about this up so I should know what's going on. Well I say when morning when Raven Moonshadow was dying he had designated me without asking me. He gave us power attorney. Barreled care decisions and so forth he. He insisted that We work by consensus. And he named me and that starbuck and then his parents who were dedicated Catholics whom we never met we supposed to do all by by consensus will. Fortunately starbuck was a out of the country most of the time when he was saying so that you'll slept me and his parents didn't want that part of it so I got to do it by myself and I think you saw something that I didn't know there because it was really profound and I was really honored and in the long run who is draining but it was really amazing and so The witch camps were happening and I oh I was the collective it was still in existence in the clicked. Assault is a collective in nineteen ninety seven with the principles of unity. Okay that makes sense and Right so I I thought well people are asking me about reclaiming espy. Met which I should know what I'm talking about. So they said let send market to which camp so she can have the experience s kind of kind of payback for for being Ravens Midwife. Okay so I was said. I went to Mendocino woodlands and So couple years later I applied to teach and applied three camps. I think the same Aamir and I was not allowed to teach I was not accepted. I was really hurt and pissed and in hindsight I know where it came from. That's that's amazing of you. Okay so then so then you never got to never. I attended okay that we have to attend first before you can ever played a teacher. Okay all right and I attended because they sent me. I never had felt the Neto ten before because I live where it was happening in. This was to bring it to other people. I had EH teaching. I mean we developed it and I was in the bay area gobsmacked by that to not. Okay all right. Let's find. We'll we'll tell you when sophomore alter here but the I say one thing that now after the witch camps they now have a family family camp which is all ages and progress for holy Jews at the same site. There's only one which camps are all over the world literally all over the world yes many countries as well as all over the United States. And I've met a lot of people had been hosted by a lot of people through their which camp connections when they've you know reported me to do some or something which is interesting having not participated or nothing teach and so then they east of this man George. Franklin who was very active in reclaiming has done reclaimed quarterly for some years started a teen which ham in the Sierra hills and It's been going for several years. I'm really really impressed with what the kids come back with. I they did the old the older for one of the spiral dances and whist just stunning. They did incredible invocation. The ancestors last year went just. It's incredible and so since that time they have Put together a workbook and I just got a copy of a few weeks ago. And it's it's hefty and it's really good and so if you have teenagers where you know people with teenagers who are interested interested and if your California there's the camp but if you're not this workbook is really I mean really quite good. I say that even though I have some bad feelings about my experiences reclaiming so we're would somebody get I think he'd get it from reclaiming right but I cannot find out by look comfy. I think Tyler is looking you. It's really impressive is TM. Teenagers S.. Churn tinners magic. You searching on reclaiming tinner's magic dot org all they have their own citing. I figured they would. Certainly there's a whole lot of sites Now feel you. Claiming they're in different areas. They have for the semi permanent groups. That are came out which cancelled with them which hamster regional title or local And they actually have changed the workbook that you're referring to him as a pdf on the site so people can just go on the site and downloaded unloaded themselves will regarding my feelings towards reclaim us. I WANNA pitch that for because it's good when I was a kid when I was first coming up and the kids were not involved at all and you didn't tell anybody we childcare for the younger kids. Part of the reason for that was most of the people who are doing. This stuff didn't have kids which was annoying to the few of us. Who did they for reasons? They'd have childcare when we a happy event but that's not the same thing as including them and love and of course it's not appropriate to include the middle of stuff but suffered sale for NASA did the family camps in the tea so the teen Earth Magic is I. I'm impressed by is also because so many young which is who are looking to learn information. It's better now but there's still so much misinformation out there When I was growing up and trying to learn information initially when I was looking there wasn't a whole lot of good information in it was like that for adults we started? You couldn't find anything. There was a couple of books wondering where you're at now with your path. Do you feel that. It's important for people to who identifies us as being rich. Do you feel it's important that they align with a particular tradition or do you feel like it's fine. If they are more eclectic in there like you know some people like with regards to specifically with WICCA are all right. You know you need to be a particular tradition like our narian or whatever and within witchcraft. It's a very broad spectrum. You feel that that if somebody was new coming onto the path would it really matter. What tradition that they would want to depends on the tradition breaks some traditions? Are you know I would like them sumptuous. Since most traditions I would but That had to do a lot with not really status but feeling empowered in some way. I never heard of traditions until I went to it. It was in college and they there was areas and there was The one at Central Valley Luca. Whatever and I'd never heard of it And so some years into it with reclaiming we were having a community meeting. This is a meeting not the collective but to invite the community because there was a lot autographing because they took a lot of people to make the such events as the spiral dance happened but they did how decision making authority because the collective active was who was buried in membership from about eight to fifteen for from bhatty eighty one to ninety seven. Route the principles of unity. What we had a lot of retreats during that time to try to figure these things out how how we could undo the collective or Lekovic embrace larger much of people which is how the Brooklyn the principles of you? You're meant to be if anybody who subscribed to to them can call themselves a reclaiming which but at.

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"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

Ravens at the Crossroads

10:00 min | 1 year ago

"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

"Presents And if through COG at least seven album cog has had a participant. And there's twenty eighth twenty seven I think local and regional interfaith groups. The COG has worked with members have had one or another conference. 'cause you've been an interfaith rap for the covenant of the Goddess Artist for quite a while I have. Yeah but something I never want to do. You talked into turn out good at it but well I was told that one of the first things they do is is progress so much not really like it was at first because people were very tentative which other you know doing fan. But she don't compromise Blah Blah Blah and so So don't sit to me. We we talk about each other's religious. We don't try to convert anybody bye bye. People are curious and so. That's you share those things. It's a process called appreciative inquiry. Ns there are sites Online that he can learn about it and so I am a survivor Christianity. It just never worked for me. His it just never worked for me. Never spoke to me and so since most of them were Abraham. I thought why you're about the religion I already now. You don't need ask them about already. Know grew up in so it was kind of had that attitude and I thought I would not be good because I would have a chip on my shoulder. Okay but I didn't end as it turned out I really like it. I get a lot from people. They like me to people say. Why do you do this? Say like me. Unlike patients who eat their young and eager elders at times and we are very compromised. If we don't if we don't act in solidarity yeah we don't have to agree with everything true and if there is a leap multi for my pig in life it's fostering pagan in solidarity A couple of people have asked if I would be running for board positions on the National Award. My husband has already said you're not allowed to and not that. Don't get me wrong my husband doesn't actually dictate what I do. In my day day to day I would think so. But he He was not fall under the way things went down the last time I was national first officer. Oh with Jack. That's right. I forgot and then talking about eating your young got thrown under the bus so it didn't make sense from China because they're poking at me we'll you. Can You can rent for National Public Information Officer. Nobody's GONNA take it. I'm like it's okay. What about I? What is term for first officer? We got a good person standing for. I good Lord for Darius okay wonderful. He's got his act together. He'll be great and plus the whole meg of the world's going to change because we're discussing different stuff have differences that on the council the has representatives from each local council that sort of stuff and diff- separating it from administration so we'll see it in appropriate administration so so we'll see you know some people have been better than others but That's one of the reasons I'm involved in COG. Is there super supportive of this work that I enjoy doing and I wouldn't be able to do otherwise. Some of the interface people are are people more means they can fly places do stuff without necessarily sponsor but I'm not an so I get to do it because it helps me so yea cog for helping you need your little flag. I think he doesn't. You know is meaningless that it's not true because in particular. They said that Assuring Pagan Rites and you can edit at this out but I agree for saying Pagan Rites from some of the members. Now we're only GIS said. Yeah but the work. We do benefits every paying true so unexploited anyways. It's seems to be finding his way. I asked the weapons Put on Web page a couple of years ago and she did and I didn't ask permission and he I just said can you do than accommodating and she did but I'd like to kind of adopted for to give some complex. You know having to like a bottle right and some of the things that I've heard that cog has done has truly benefited the entire pigging community. The just witchcraft. Absolutely we've worked a lot with like Judy Harrow and who's gone so now and with very prominent Cobb and Michael Form who died today and I think Phil Estrada's wealth is no longer member. Go ahead to work really hard to get cogs credentials accepted by the city of New York for doing weddings and stuff. Every jurisdiction is different. It's nothing California. You just do it a lot of places. It's like that but some of them have more rigid quality requirements and so cox credentials. Were recognized Nice. My the city of New York took a lot of effort on the part of three people. So Okay and since one of them just died today. It's good to be reminded because what is remembered lives all in with this podcast. They will be remembered by everybody. August listen to probably get grief for that because I'm being very candidate which is both strength and a weakness. I think it'd be the knows you. We know the candidates that shouldn't surprise them. And the people that get to meet you through this. PODCAST will appreciated Asiad ethic. Hopefully I like to. I like to believe that unapproachable person and in role and I've also been accused being intimidating which I don't tend to be but people to find you intimidating fuck isn't because you do anything it's because they already I'll thank you know it's it's women who are you know who we're stronger just going about their day to day are considered intimidating by people who expect them to be there. Is that a little more Pass it have a Lotta Yang. Yeah and so. I think I'm always fascinated when when people's market experience it really I mean I think she's awesome. I'll tell you could just talk to her and everything but I think they either they get star are struck or they're they're afraid of interrupting whatever you're in the process of going to it's funny because of my own insecurities because of the name for one thing. 'cause it's exactly wimpy and It's pretty outrageous because a lot of people is funny because they don't have green fairy party. They did for several years. Cleveland Clifford at Pantheon which is a wonderful party. He never got to go to it. It was wonderful and Orion foxwood was there and he said to me. I have this woman wants to meet you Some young woman and she. He introduced me and she was just blown away because she thought I was some young goth chick because of the name she thought I was some good young goth chicken here the sped away but I I always going to say because of the name and because of people because I have reputation hi. I'm never sure or often not sure where the people are token to be and being nice to me because they like me because they think get some press me and so I very mistrustful especially when people aren't seeming to suck up. Were you know differential influential in any way a lot of people take it as they do. But I don't I am not that secure and I. It is true that some of whom are that way you you know. They're just sick. Children Cope very few. Mostly that real people but anyway wait. It's just my personality flaws. Not really off we can idiocy crisies exneutral neutral. Hit a few good points here. Is there anything else you want to add in. Well somebody told tell me. I should say this today They wanted me to write it for for they con- Newsletter Rachel Watcher who has initiative national industry representative in his Ford of Nain. North American interfaith network said that they've been having meetings online but what they've been doing to acknowledge not take up any more meeting time with seeing the same thing in a different way is we're going fingers and which we call a twinkle and I thought wow that's a Krecko and we do it in Kabul. The timing he'll new people to what what is this is rare and it is kind of strange. If you don't know but I didn't understand what twinkle would.

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"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

Ravens at the Crossroads

09:23 min | 1 year ago

"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

"I'm carrying this minute Gave a paper on the sate of pigging scholarship which also also is very different. Now that was eighteen. Nineteen ninety-three right. So it's happened. Every few years not necessarily a specific mail years between lean every couple of years in other countries in the first one was in Cape Town South Africa. I didn't go I couldn't go to too much for me the second one was in Wanted Barcelona there was also one in there was wondering about that was later. Okay and then the last one that I know for sure was in two thousand fifteen. It was in Salt Lake City. Well the last one was last November at the one that I yeah so in two thousand fifteen it was in Salt Lake City which is hey in the United States. Thought pod can't miss it now that I Kinko Winston other countries but I really think the planning onto in South America now but I really really wanted to go and so I did actually lead with lot of help from Kaga I have to say and it was quite an experience in what happens. I had a stroke on July. The third and the parliament was in November and I had had a program that was accepted which was a big deal to me. It was as a ritual involving masks on we there. Yes Oh good yes I was part of it good. That's okay. I'm so glad thank you. Yeah we had a chorus. We had three three voices and thirteen goddesses wearing these stunning masks. That were made by Lauren. Rain WHO's an artist in Tucson. Sorry irony you can find her at rain. Walker DOT COM. Don't forget the or you can go miss masks of the goddess and you could see pictures of over for the spouse. They really were and she started to make that series. At one of reclaiming things spiraled dances. I think it might have been twentieth or something. It was an anniversary and I had recruited her to go to meeting. She got really select up. And so that's that's what. She started really rolling with the masks and so they were probably maybe up to twenty of them there and we had people were then when it got us was invoked but it was such a fast invocation that you didn't really get to see him at really fully. They weren't they. Ah I felt they were done a disservice. By having such a you know minimal time to be viewed so I created another ritual focused focus just using those goddesses thirteen houses. I chose them from the collection she had. Didn't I couldn't just use any I wanted to. I the ones that had a mascot sure and I created it for a Pantheon and was done there was really really was on a budget and it was. It was rough people love to anyway. But it's been polished more Then then the Lilith Institute wanted to do it again they sponsored one in new college because again new holiday facility. They had a big big room. We could do it in and up to some people came from. La and stuff to be Lord. Chancellor was in it if you remember and Some other people mentally we'll Kelly anyway a of so. We did a new college. It wasn't as it was successful. We had of course but it wasn't well attended because for whatever reasons it wasn't well-publicized which wasn't mind part of it. I was disappointed in that because a lot of work. Anyway we did it and then I submitted submitted I polished it a lot since then. And it's I've been in charge of it but it's been co written by a lot of wonderful talent. Not just the mask. Makers the ask why Laura but some of the writings by people around the country. The overall concept is mine and I submitted it to the parliament. He's me I suspect. Because of two prominent pagans who were very prominent in the organization position of the parliament it was accepted. I had some other things at work One of the things and it's hard to get accepted and apparently they This a little bit off topic but apparently when they get proposals they turn them over to the members that are whatever religion. The proposal came from. Tom And I happen to be pretty good friends with both of the big people at the Parlin so I got it got accepted and it was really amazing. Really Amazing thing because I chose people who were low maintenance I I thought that was important. Sure an They were from all over the country and beyond and they had a private facebook facebook group which had the script can getting developed. Had pictures of all the masks and which one whoever was going to wear so from wherever they eight were coming for the parliament. They had to have all this stuff costume defy finish out the Beyond the mouth of the government but they had each bring her own however it was going to show up we had they knew what the words were GonNa be said while they were embodying the goddess and and we chose actually asked them to but only few of them did. There's A. There's a transitional music between the parents of each one of them and we chose some of them. Choose are on insulin but they were. It was pretty interesting because like for amateur. Aw Soon who is the Japanese got us we had choral the music which we had the second time as well and For Bridget we had like music and for this year for Hegarty chose Davis. Because you know something and he was doing it would seem to me to work and and like I said. NAH WHO's a goddess in Alaska Inuit throat singers music. So it was it it was not any particular genre was what I felt was good with that got us. WHO's a very powerful ritual? Thank you well at the last minute the CD at on the music on one go into the computer something. We lost everything. We had to recreate the whole thing and praised me. Jeffrey Alva who did that he really did above and beyond so and I had had a stroke as I said in July and this was in November and so I was really not recovered but there was no way is going to miss it so I had. I stayed with two friends who really gave me a lot of helping. And Fay. WHO's here today today? had a car with her she. He was driving back and forth. So I didn't have to Walker take your camera something to the Convention Center so it was really big collaborative work. We had a chorus a Ruth Barrett was the musical director. I guess for want of a better term and drummer and three speakers one of whom was Vivianne Crowley. She pressed me Ha. She's kind of you know she's a respected which yes she's also a cheer at Gerry and we had asked for rehearsal space and time somewhere daring so I have to keep in touch with these people who are scattered all over the parliament and we finally got a little bit of time in one room and all we got to do distribute the last six to the people who are GonNa wear them and tell them how to handle them. Because you know you don't see your fingers through the I of their sacred objects and we got them distributed and we did a blocking and that was it and we had no rehearsal at all and many of those people never even heard of each other and they were working together right. Some of them are people I met Karnak which was wonderful mm-hmm and Somewhere from you know other Pagan said I know from elsewhere. They weren't even always but I loved it. I felt the proud. And it's the best thing I've ever done to be last and I couldn't have done it without the help and I really was looking bad. Somebody said to me this weekend. Oh Hey look much better than last time I saw you. I said that was probably the parliament. Oh yeah so I just had a stroke lease freaking four years ago to you know I know but yeah but I was. I was not recovered by any means but I did anyway and I took the train their two did you very civilized. It's much more civilized than flying a drove. Well that's fine too but I want.

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"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

Ravens at the Crossroads

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

"We own that we will wrought rails it but I was working for him. So it'll happen. It'll come out eventually. Both of whom I'm hoping there's they're studying this tiny. I have have the computer. That's with me right now. But it's not with me in this room but is with me on this trip. I can play so anyway And there's like things like lament for the queer dead which appears Whereas it music in the pagan folk of living and dying which is actually one of your books that you've written? Yes yeah probably the most significant one. Yeah I was GONNA say which I collected but I did the heavy lifting. It's true I didn't do already already meets coordinating recruiting and all I talk with Dr. Okay no ladies and those built boats right. Uh Sorry I'm late nightmare with someone. Introduces themselves to me as lady or Lord. Whoever then I'm lady nightmare but we don't do that? Particular Killer Trad did not okay. Yeah it's interesting. When you're navigating through the pagan community some members preferred US news lady and Lord with their as titles others prefer they don't have their titles expressed within the community outside of their? You're a particular group And then there's all the different names may be another Monday name that you don't know their magical call name but maybe you know their community name so you know there's and they generally choose which one they're going on using you know love discern normal using normal name and never reveal magical name and some are like me I i. I'm known by Maka because as I said I didn't. I didn't anticipate this being public. And when the opportunity came to publish the Big Book of living and dying which I feel very very good about I feel that was a excuse me. I think it was richest. Contribution again. As Samantha a lot of wonderful pagans wrote stuff. That's in there including sparky lament for the credit. As in and so I had a choice of what name I would. Publish it under. Since is is a pagan. I was known as market and it was a pagan publication. I figured that I should use the name by which people knew me. 'cause they'd say I am. So that's that's how I that's how I got to be using it publicly and I sort of I'm sort of Sally. Was it now. I would know anything about that in said well. I mean the mistress prime part comes out of my email address and it was a screen name but then it got it utilized When I was doing a radio show and then became my brand because on online everybody knew my screen it and now it's like well do I do a use my mundane name for things or drug use my mistress prime minister so it I just go back and forth between the two? There's no way to untangle them on the Internet in rest of the world but more often than not. This is the name that people remember much faster Western. It's cool name it's in slightly nerdy. I mean realized well maybe tech people thirty but from me from the outside look school. It doesn't look I mean I wouldn't recognize it as being nerdy. It's from the transform. I'M GONNA lady sorry but I think they're a little vigorously take apart right. Yes yes the ones that ours. Robots robots car. I think so. You'll have Emma Watson disguise. Yes but in order in terms of names when I was working with Cherry Hill Seminary of course and as I have done a lot of things with teacher turn US Department Chair and I forget what else but I was a couple of other things and then I moved onto the board of directors for for complete years now on the board of advisors with the likes of Ronald Hutton. which it doesn't really mean? Anything just looks good there. They give giver of approval of what you're doing essentially it's a reputation thing but it's cool anyway. I was when I us on the board chair of the board. I started using aim. Aline O'Brien because of the efforts to accredit get accreditation and I thought it would be really not I thought it would be detrimental to apply for accreditation when the head of the board is named Mark Nightmare so I started to use my name name. That's why I figured it had some legal reasonable. Not so much of it kind of is a legal reason right to to use your your mundane name versus your community. But I'm not known by Monday name for the most part except for friends and relatives but even in interface. I'm called Maka right for the most part I mean as somebody who is your brand's Diane Darling I told you can't change it brand. Yeah you're kind of stuck with it so That's what I can tell you about some of Cox's history. If that's what you were interested. Well that was definitely enlightening. I I was actually planning to ask their stories. Have nobody knows his stuff. I'm not all your their secrets but because never has so. I'm pleased that you're curious to hear these stories as somebody who's kind of looking. AH KONG IS A. I'm very into the path them tempted to start the process to apply them. What what's the history here and there? There isn't really a whole lot of into here from somebody who experienced it firsthand. It's always very awesome. It's checkered histories exchequer. Quite a bit and I hope you do it even so still hanging on my so. Tell me if somebody asks you what is called offer. Well well I'm the one who came up with the phrase assuring Pagan Rites since nineteen seventy five because I think that that's exactly what caucus on for the most support first of all they they have longevity so say since nineteen seventy that's for a pagan organization that's a long time whether it's always been thriving different story but it's survived and Sh I sit assuring because that's what we worked for Congress on a lot of interface with Police departments law enforcement and with a military and with a reporters orders journals so to you know about misconceptions about the craft. Basically sometimes there's a big crime involved invent found you Tara. There can the person's house use a little more extreme than that but they find some items and ask someone died in the saloon. They get scared so so. We have established good relationships with them and then interfaith itself started to grow. Yes I mean. It didn't really get Ron COBB was a man. A member of a group called the Bay Area Interfaith Council which I think is probably defunct now? Oh but during the pool but is it really necessary always other things sure but The got really into interfaith in a serious way from time of the nineteen ninety-three parliament of the world's religions he w R dot org and the parliament. You want to hear about the history Portland a little bit. You'RE GONNA share it please. I told you hang lots of say. Oh please I am. I only have been to one but in eighteen ninety three there was Chicago world's fair which probably Pennino with Ferris wheel address and stuff and they convened an organs they convened convene a plenary of some kind called the I was a panel or something. The parliament of world religions was a arm. I guess I don't know how you describe it. But it was part of the struggle. It's fear and one of the people who came to speak with David Kanda. We're talking one thousand nine hundred eighteen thousand nine hundred eighty since that time. A Western thought and Eastern thought religious thought has been we've been receptive to both. Yeah it became known in the United Stations Yoga studios on every strip mall but that was unheard of before and bray any any kind of exposure to eastern religions and Western was used to each other so it had a great effect and in Nineteen ninety-three while before ninety three because get planned but Cardinal Bernardine. WHO's Lay Karnal? Chicago wanted to do centennial. And so they did a centennial and that like cracked everything opened was great there was lots of which is paying Indian headdress native Americans in headdresses and just felt suffices. was there a whole lot of groups. The Earth community has a choir called mother time. They're really good and they did a concert. And other several people get papers brandy any Williams who's WHO's Covers Properties Kovin proxy..

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"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

Ravens at the Crossroads

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

"Of warning gloried overrun okay. Okay he was auditor but anyway I remember this one ritual. We were on the beach and we got this chant go and news morning going who is a decompose and recompose and decompose and recompose decompose. recompose which we did for a while on the beach my my memory sketchy you know these are just some highlights but I was in awe because I was going to be around. Oh Man. He's a real witches news and they're really really portent and I'm just as wide I knew so and my my Daughter was with the my my husband and I can't remember if he was with me. We had kids. We had kids to care the kiss but it was lot less formal than it is now. Minnows Fun we didn't think we had vendors per se. The everything was the meeting was just in this room. I don't remember any vendors I do remember. We had an art exhibit of local art people so then it got more more. Does this Lichen because at that time the only members of called worry California and the first the first it was the first time take people I met there. It was the first time I met Judy. Harrow who had come from New York City. It was the first time I had met Ginny. Brubaker Dave Norman who head coach from Chicago It was the first time I met Well Fin was there. I don't remember meeting him. Okay and those women. My Name Wind Song that I met there and I think there was somebody else but anyway when the when the meetings were over it ended up that Kimber was if it was judy or David and ginny were the new officers. They were from another region so we were expanding they were in Chicago. And Michael Flynn. Who was who just passed? Today was a first officer a few years later. Think around eighty-seven but he was one of the New York ones to before we had a a local council there and then we had. I don't remember it was the next year or the year after we have the very first grand council and Mary. Mead was an place called Circle Pines which is a kind of retreat center in mm-hmm Michigan. Where that is I do not but and I remember very vividly having the meetings under a canopy out in the grass? Ask 'cause they grew their own food and stuff and we were going to have car on the call that night and we're having a meeting and we're shock and core it is reading it. It was fun it was really cool to be able to. You know dissipated in that way yeah not like now in hotels and stuff. But I'm not complaining but but it was fun and I learned a wonderful song meeting. Dance that Ginny Brubaker. Dead and I found out I I've done it a million times since then various places and I it turned out dance. She lives in Chicago. The dance was from people she knew in Marin County California which is where I live but I learned in Michigan from a personal Cargo but I spend it all around and Eh and I think it's a Sufi speedy dance and I I also remember walking around Decidedly between meetings and stuff and two men came up to me and they we just introduce ourselves teacher because the cash was really young man and most people were closet which is why we name it all different name. A lot of us and these two men came up to me. One was a a stout and the other was skinny and they said their name was there. What's her name? What was my name and I said it was my name's Monica and and the heavier would said to me? I you mocking nightmare. Which crack me up? I had no idea anybody but it was because the name missile memorable spark out. Oh Okay and the other person was Stephen Poche. Oh and we've been very dear friends ever since the both of those guys with the spark is gone Alma. Yeah but they were exceptional which is a key contributed? Incredible stuff to take a culture which culture culture i. I use it Adjective which in a not a wig a wiccan. Right and I think that adjective was was came via a different vendor. GotTa give her credit for that. which thank you Deborah and Anyway that was the first one was outside of California and not too long after that. So then they started sorta seating. WHOA councils not too long? After that I don't know if it was look her up but they had a mary meet it row conference center which is in Massachusetts. ARE UPSTATE NEW YORK. I forget which is it pretty well. No Conference Center. And that's where I met Andreessen Deirdre and a whole lot of people There was at that time there was Texas local circled Lonestar which is such a great name. It has dissolved years ago. Had other local councils in Texas. But I just I was just uh-huh starry eyed and one of remember. They had a concert in the evening. Some shit some talents show Kinda everything and this one person was playing the guitar and singing and somebody snaps pictures. He got off the stage in Iran. Up after this guy grab a camera it was really funny. He's not in the closet now. I don't think I'm going to say his name. Just in case he is but and also France with them. He's on facebook. But I thought you know and there was another Guy John Holum. I don't know if you knew he is. Yes it is I doc. Anyway he's been officer Congas well and he was there he was from Manhattan and he has black leather outfit on. This was walked go so it was pretty impressive to me and it was early. Eighties onsite I know. It was early age because joining eighty one. And I I think I was newsletter editor eighty six. So that's my story. I'm sticking to it but there are a lot of people that I mentioned in the WHO are working very important the pagan world. And who are gone right judy. Being one. CARACAL foreign being one and sparky rabbit and probably others. I remember once burkey past. I remember seeing all the posts awesome stuff and he was incredible talent difficult to get along with. He had issued some. He'd have fallings out with people for year two. I'm one of the people but I mean we were close friends to the end but we did our stuff sodas even for that matter. It's a creative community entity and so there's GonNa be a lot of He certainly have his personality temperament race but boy the stuff he continues so marvelous Melissa and his he he and his scene partner his name is Greg Released two cassettes. Because that's what they had the days and one is called lean so a cassette tapes. I'm not that young Young that they were one was called lunacy which was the name of the group and the other one's called hand of desire fire and they're both just unbelie just wonderful their occupational meals nice and one of the actually one of the numbers is whistling. It's just the music is great. While he badged before he passed he managed to get because we did have the original recordings. He got the first album recorded on CD but a very limited quantity I think I took a dozen a dozen together for you. The people were saying oh so they sold out like instantly. I still have one. But there are no more to be had and then he was GonNa do the other one after he died. I've been working with his husband Ray in Chicago and We have been attempting to reissue the material. We have a person in who sparked hit chosen before he died person. Excuse me and Wisconsin. His graphics artists to do the cover and Stephen even who is very close to him We thought would he would have trusted Stephen to write the liner notes but It's a question of ownership ship is slow. We're now I talked a CD baby so it will happen. It may have to wait years from from his death because of because of Cheriton stuff quiz show way to prove that.

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"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

Ravens at the Crossroads

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"macha" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

"At the crossroads today we are here. Interviewing with 'EM MAUKA nightmare. Thank you so much for joining us. Happy to be here. Thank you so One thing I noticed when we were looking over your information is your name is not. Nightmares is in a bad dream but night mayor. It's one word but camel case. So would you care to go into a bit of of detail about why you chose that as part of your magical new. I can try I was in a pretty pretty crazy Very zealous coven first coven. We were called Holy Terrors. We are so much and We were talking from time to time about whether any was taken a magical name or they want to or not. I ended up with the mock. That's another story but the nightmare part. I just Attitude and to tell you the truth. It's really embarrassing. But the am I changed Emerson of what the Word is because I thought it was so ridiculous. It's Mighty Eh Mighty Mugabe nightmare which I think is like too much and actually be something I would think they were really unsuitable suitable. I'm trying not to swearword but little explicit so years I just think it would be. I just think it's ridiculous name and it wasn't ever in contemplating as being public and it's the mayor who writes through dreams. Ms agreed quote from in Robert Graves chiefs about the nightmare eating poets and stuff in her nest. It's it's a trip but I- mock as a horse got us sometimes in some ways and I identify with that to some extent and I remember when I was young girl leading surveillance and stuff and I folks like ours. Okay so and you know the dream thing and as memorable and I when I left when I made some changes in my personal life with with regards to paganism I can consider changing maintain in grief or they said you have a brand which cracks me up so I didn't I change privately not publicly. Is that your question my sense it does it does. I'm going based on information as it will find on you because I've never met you before Yesterday actually Just for our listeners. We are currently at Mary meet in New Mexico and we happen to run into Maka downstairs and she was so kind to you. Greece's with an interview Walsh. We were here in. That is element in this artistic manner whatsoever. That is hey. I love to expand light Kansas. It's fine to say I have to try to Tampa town meetings because I don't like to take to space but sometimes I go overboard. You're so another thing I found again. It's okay to to clarify. He's the newbie between the two of us in in this entire so everything that he's experiencing here The people that he gets to be it's brand new for him mm-hmm so it's part of the reason I wanted to do this. podcast with him was because he had a completely fresh perspective. He's younger than me. And other generation younger me and you and you know why mail again so you have involvement Cherry Hill seminary do less and less but not for any particular reason just because one. I've done this has been implemented. Okay and time Murchison of course and with the tussled about what you've done with the trails well When paint blooming and dying came out shortly after that My friend can't shape and bishop who at that time was the cheer for the Pastoral Counseling Department asked me to create a graduate level course on death and dying and I said well. I don't know what I'm doing is not the purpose of the tech part because it was going to be all the classes are taught online and it was pretty rough in those days because we had to use like Yahoo Chats and stuff live once it was really challenging. We don't now we assume but but but but So she asked me to create that and I I did the best I had. Ten students is pretty enthusiastic about it and they seem to be pretty enthusiastic and I taught a few more times. It's actually been as far as I know it's been off offered every fall semester. It's never been cancelled for lack of enrollment on another another person. Who was who was a student in the class has taken it over and the ironic thing I have to say this? When you're seeking accreditation Dacian which Cherry Hill seminary is an which support? I had to be talked into it but I do support you. Have you have to have your graduate level classes. His taught by person with a terminal degree later on ICAN hire people do have it. I have bachelor's so it was and they want to move into that program into the chaplaincy. MD program which is totally appropriate. But I just thought it was. I think that it was good enough to to design to teach it. It's not really what it is but it's thought by person also doesn't have a graduate degree but she she supervised by the department chair who smell Vivianne Crowley. Okay being taught Nice. Of course it's probably undergone some you know some religions and stuff but exciting and I feel very proud. So it's definitely a part of your legacy that's continuing to grow So I'd like to hear about going back come back. I'd like to hear about how things were when you I started in this community. How was it for you? What was your experience like? Well I'll tell you about my very first first of all we were does totally zealous. I mean it was like we found it. It was really exciting This these nine women. We were the first sort of graduating class for. Want of a better word reclaiming because we wanted to stay together after the classes were and we formed a Cohen. That's helped holly terrace happen. And so one of the people in holidays was familiar with Gog and it was a local organization it was in the bay area and she was really excited about so. We're going to join right. And so we did. And that was eighty one and I've been a member of her sense in relatively active some some years more than others but I went to the first Mary meet. This is actually where it gets interesting. The first Mary meat because it used to have a grand council. And that's in the bylaws you have to have of an annual meeting. Yes it's aboard. They wanted to make it into a festival as well hopefully attract more people make it more fun and so we went to it and it was held at a place called Rodeo beach in Marin County and is now the headlines it's to the same facility but at that time it was decommissioned on army army barracks and stuff. We stayed in barracks on these on these metal cots. That were like they were buffets. It was pretty rough but it was fun you know and I was young. Did less lot of that stuff will creature comforts. Were not as important important right. And so we the hoteliers As a kind of gift to Cobb because we had just joined we created a ritual which we call the wheel of the year and we performed it in a a decommission chapel. This was part of the presidio military. Got Out with. It's it's in it's in Marin but it's all right now golden gate national recreation area and the actual facility where we did is called the headless institute. Nave a lot of cool stuff. Stop it's upscale now for artists and stuff you know. People have weddings there his nice. It's really nice but at that time it was in between so cheap and Not really fancied up yet it is now and they had a chapel that they weren't using and that's where we did this ritual which was really cool and and people loved it and we loved it and I like the fact that we did it in this chapel. It's now the visitor center. Oh neat so yeah so now. Full of pork or Tsar was where the first hell. 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"macha" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"macha" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I've come to away of beyond that. But I had to come through it. And. The music. Music. Doing anything? All right. I just got to start again just a little bit. Relationship between Adam and eve is there. When she said our didn't die ate, the fruit. He looks at it. And the temptation is they may be. And then it gets thrown out of the garden. And he becomes. Human beings, but not the same as in paradise. It's a very important thing here to, to produce. Millions and millions of people. But the first one. Sick. If you have an ostrich. How do you have more ostriches? Intermingle, and they give birth to lots of them and pretty soon, you have thousand thousands ostriches you saw with two. Two. Broken. What love is but deep down inside? Deep down inside you even though your mother and your father looks like he's, but you can see. He's not. And when you open your own is having been upset with your parents Hupa, context of them and make and breed and breed and breed all the same way. So it's hardly any emotions from animals emotions. Animal and human with conflict emotions are not for humans. You have to understand emotion is what kills you. So here we go. When you come into the world. Your mother who didn't understand understanding. He didn't know. She couldn't find love from husband, and the husband couldn't find from her. H run charged to love and to get those damned if you get damned if you don't. Love is only from directly from God. Another was this place. A time when you realize. Something is wrong. And I wanna tell you something wrong is. Crisis. Grandma, great grandma. All of the people that come into the world, the world is in tuition. It's there. It's a gift gift, if you can hold onto it and not doubt. Hold onto this only. Then you have. At the end of the story just throughout your whole life. My whole life. I have never finished. Never got upset. Angry because I had a father. That's me to express myself the way many others. Do not. So I love my father, and my father, loved the farther fathers. And so he was able to share with me. That light. I didn't know this. I didn't know as anybody else's, but it's different. Back. I'm different from anybody else, but doesn't mean to say you find it yourself to even though you've lost it. How did you lose it? Okay. When you come into the world. I keep saying this over and over again. To the world as a little child. From two years old. And you see you mother. Doesn't understand this and she's rude, and she dates she doesn't know she's doing because she is also came into the world the same way as you did. And when she came into the world, she had an identity for redemption, but the mother and the father. They will cause you to get upset there will upset you. And that turns that upset even when you're two years old. Just one time Josh one time and instead of getting straight to redemption straight path. And still is. The moment. The happens. Doubt. Act. Give. Again, you react remember the first time you reacting when you saw your mom couldn't see herself which father couldn't see about himself because they've had their density from the other from their parents, and you're just about as little little boy. To experience the extension of your mother. And to father which one. The one that upset you. It's the mother, the father Macha mostly the mother because he keeps his longer temporal little bit. And she gets upset a little bit. But that effect causes you to lose who you..

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"macha" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"macha" Discussed on KCBS All News

"That's Mike tirico on Westwood One. And the colts lead the Texans twenty one to nothing in fact, Houston just had the ball to start the second half. And how are about to it away to Indianapolis luck in that first half sixteen of twenty to one hundred ninety one yards. Two touchdowns and one interception. The Cowboys will host the Seahawks in the nightcap of the first day of wild card weekend. Dak Prescott will try to even up against Seattle. The team lost two in week three. Yeah. I mean are different. Obviously the plan better. They're playing a lot better than they were that game before we so I mean. Some things have changed. But for the most part, they exactly they stuck to who they are. And as I said before we're excited for this one like Macha college basketball UCLA completes the bay area. Sweep data Westwood. They beat Stanford the other night. And now they beaten Cal ninety eight to eighty three. Darius mcneal leading the bears with twenty three point so UCLA to ano since they fired. Steve Alford on New Year's Eve USF is thirteen and two on the season. They will be down in Malibu to take hot pepper nine later, Gonzaga home to Santa Clara in Saint Mary's will host BYU the warriors are up in Sacramento. They'll take off the kings tonight sharks will host the Tampa Bay Lightning. It's a late start down at SAP center. Behead events for the college football playoff earlier this afternoon. So that game will not start until eight o'clock tonight. Sports a fifteen forty five and all news one zero six nine and AM seven forty KCBI. The.

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"macha" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"macha" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"But it made too much sense for to be rock and Austin, and it's also it makes too much sense for to be Becky and Rhonda. I mean. Please don't make it a three way. Please don't make it a four. No, no, no. It needs to be one on one. And I think that, you know, coming off of the their original Macha riposte to have it does feel like Becky and Rhonda, but it's a long it's a long way to the top. If you wanna rock and roll, it's a long way. Yeah. Right now about one hundred eighty five things are going to change between now and mania. Yeah. Is time man. To talk about Vance. Yemen. Dies are terrible taking care of their health. Whether it's a knee injury bad back or something Moore's guys, usually more, comfortable Robinson, dirt on it than seeing a doctor when I had coaches, they didn't tell me to rub dirt on it. They had a different phrase that they would use as a way of telling you to keep it warm. I'm guilty of it Vince is guilty of it. I mean, you know, sometimes you just don't want to go to the doctor. No, I remember one time. I was pretty sure that I looking back. I probably fractured something in my wrist. But I was like, nah. My brother's got a pinkie that. I don't think they re broke it. He he thought he jammed in rugby at it was broken healed Brogan. Yeah. You got that thing to the next one. At least minimum rub Derna tape it to the next one. Well, you know, it's interesting the same is true for rectal dysfunction. Studies show. Seventy percent of guys who experience E D Doke at traded for.

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"macha" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"macha" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"Three zero two four six four t F F B wonder if Jason would call the hotline, I think we would be safe from whatever sickness he's dealing with. Maybe hotline. Let's start with a voicemail question. Canas quick rashy, EP hours. I got greedy and on my team. I also have lock and Hebron was wondering which stack I should go west going into week one of the play offs. Or if I should just mix stuff north one from each team. Love the show guys to help. Died. That's a great question. Because Hebron I have in one spot higher than gronk this week. I don't wanna be blinded by the name, and it's ironic you bring up right Brady and gronk in light of my pump the brakes pray Indianapolis is on the road against Houston. That is not as juicy of a matchup as the Miami Macha. Miami is a divisional game for New England. They traditionally those can do some different special things. Where do you sit? Do you split those guys? Would you go Brady Bron? No, I or would you go luck grunk the Texans colts. I mean, it's a divisional game as well. Yes. I'm just they're both on the road. Right. Both both of those offenses. I just think that maybe the matchup isn't as juicy as we think I would go with Andrew luck air key Brown. Just double up on the double up on the call it. The matchup is brutal acts. I with you give with you because of the reliability and the Dow this is the situation you can solve with the pump the brakes, it's not a Matt look he has this choice and Eric Brown will one hundred percent targets even in sixteen last week a game where they were shot out. Yeah. It sucked if he played lock Eric ego. Ebrahim was still great for the tight end position. If you sin could be exploited anywhere. I think Eric Iran should be able to take advantage. And but but what I was going to say to monitor monitor health of Andrew looks offense of line. I'm sure we'll have some more information on that. When we preview their actual matchup. But they have they have some problems at the center position. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, they were shut out last week, which doesn't give you great confidence. But jacksonville. All right. Another voicemail question. Hey ballers. This is Jasper calling from Wisconsin. This is my first crack at the so clan title, and I have the first round by. But the other guy on your side of the bracket is an just juggernaut. So I was just curious inside information or strategies to kind of combat that situation. Any advice will be helpful? Thanks for all the great shows. I do have my thoughts and Mike and contribute as well. I at this point in time. Mike, and I both have the buy in our league of record both ten and three. We're both the one and two seat on the other side of the bracket. The way I think about it when I'm you know, what are you doing to take me down? Yeah. I'd realize that undefeated. But I am a juggernaut. I I realized that I would be revealing my strategies that are against you. But like I said, I'm the one seed, Mike, you're the two seats or should I I'll I'll turn the question to you to seed. I'm gonna play my best team. Here's the thing. You have a buy week to play around with the waiver wire. I would be doing everything I could to make sure that I am hijacking. Not only the defense I wanna play. But a defense that my opponent the juggernaut opponent might start in week fifteen or sixteen. Maybe you I don't know if you're gonna play him next week or the week after take his options away, if you every little advantage matters. And why not be granular with that decision? Making right now, even if you got kickers in your league, why not be granular about you know, we say, maybe it doesn't matter..

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"macha" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"macha" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"I'm gonna ask you is who can bounce back this week from this Macha because there are a number of players. That maybe you're wondering about we started with Kirk cousins, he balance back. Yes. Jason says he started the week. Let's go to Adam feel any add on game eve ounce back. Yes. Yeah. Let's go to Delvin cook. Does he bounce back from his putrid performance? No way. Wow. I'm surprised we agreed on both said, no. Yeah. He's a no for me. I I mean, I've got him at fourteen. I think he's got an okay game ahead of him. Yeah. He has when when I say, no way that's not to say. You can't start them. He's the starter. He's got an okay match a home their favorite, right? Yeah. They're favored at home. I just this is that was that was an emotional. I was gonna say really what wasn't. That was a no way. No way is like I'm gonna punt them off the bridge. No way. I just am. So mad at Alvin cook he has ruined people seasons. Your other people you're very bit. And that's also you right? Yes. I mean, I just I'm so sick of waiting for Dallas and cook he's at home be great. So sick of it. And then. Dr does MVS bound bounceback Marquez Valdez scaling us on this on the field for the majority of snaps last week this he bounced back with you know, roads covering devante atoms and opportunity for NBS to, you know, do a little bit more. I think he'll do more than last week. Yeah. You mean the one catch? Yes. Yeah. What are we thinking NBS last two weeks or Reena? Okay. The last two weeks the majority of his snaps come in the slot, which I don't necessarily love. I mean Aaron Rodgers, you know, he's a throat deep go outside like him Bs to be used more like that more like trae Kwan's being used. I agree. He should have a bounce back over his last few games. But he's not a must start. Here. We have met wide receiver twenty eight on the week for context. So that is outside that wide receiver to range, but just barely Mike. If you are in a position, you know, you're making that decision, right? Mr. dania, Dollah Marquez Valdez scaling shirt or is Ahah Crowell which of those would you rather play? Ooh. I think it's amendola. Okay. Just the safety of I'm I'm not moving away from MVS. I'm not letting last week destroy all of that. So that like I said it's a roster construction decision. Robert Tanya, greatest tight end in history. Yes. Probably I mean, of course, dumb question move on. I love he's on. Wants us to put the like, but put it in Attala sarcasm who who Robert Tanya, the tight end they cut that long past. I mean, we would have made him. I started the week. But it's too obvious. Everyone starting speaking of not obvious. Do you have actual interest in Lance kendricks who seems like he would be the replacement for Jimmy Graham know, who has been putting up nothing Jill Graham has not done that much coming into this season. We did all the research all in everybody. Did there was so much done on the Aaron Rodgers tight end. Is it actually worth anything has? He just not had anybody since Michael Finley. Is it a lack of who the titan is it a lack of the offense and McCarthy utilizing it the right way, yada, yada, yada. Jamie Graham, hasn't been good in general. And now you're downgrading that for a for a team that there was a lot of debate whether or not there was even value to that position on. The Packers team. So no, I'm not digging deep into the Lance kendricks. Well, no, I'm not either. I don't wanna replace bad production with. Bad production. Why would you start Lance kendricks over Robert Tanya that's fair point? Thank you, fair point. Hashtag sarcasm hashtag don't do it. Yeah. Aby doing, but he's better better than Zakar. So right. Oh for sure. Five and five titans. Take on the seven three Texans on Monday night football. Okay. Yeah. This this is hands off finishing the week with a with a real real real fart. Yeah..

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Inside Jalen Ramsey vs. Odell Beckham Jr. Week 1 battle - From those who have faced them

WGR Programming

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Inside Jalen Ramsey vs. Odell Beckham Jr. Week 1 battle - From those who have faced them

"As we look ahead to Sunday's ups. Jalen Ramsey says the Jaguars giants are not about him against Odell Beckham junior. The two stores match up in that week one. Kickoff Ramsey mild-mannered ahead of Sunday's game. Here's the Jacksonville corner. Cloudy, which are going to try to make it about me and him specifically. That's not what it's about football team game. Gonna be living guys out there for us eleven guys out there for them. So we don't have to come together. And do what we gotta do start to get a win on my part. Times. Honestly because of the two hour of you. Y'all. Lots of me. I think this is a team game.

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"macha" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"macha" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"I don't wanna give any spoilage Beckum together. So that's a great one to talk about because that song even the losers was in the script, right? From the beginning, the moment we started writing the episode. We had the idea for what that episode would be, which is this? Yeah, you're right. I don't wanna spoil it, but which is a lot of reversals in it. That episode it was clear to us. I remember writing even the losers into the script and knowing that that was going to be very special part of it sitting with David, and we put that in a new the way we're gonna use that song throughout the episode. And when you have that kind of feeling, it's like getting the idea for the big plot twist. It's the thing that makes the whole peace have unified voice unified tone and what a thing to be able to get that song and use it in that spot. And then because of the world, we live in now to get to see people react to it. That's really interesting because the friends I have who are in the movie. And television business, right? It's kind of a Neth among or was for decades that you shall not dictate what the songs will be. Right. Usually it's like that's somebody else's job. We don't wanna hear from you. Show runner screenwriter even director what what the music is going to be? Well, the in in movies. That's true that the director picks it, although a screenwriter could indicate it in television. The show runner usually works the music supervisor in the music supervisor make suggestions. But I do really give it a level of thought and focus Showtime, they want the Shorenstein me think about how well David chase used music on this outline or use music on madman. I think it is part of the job description. The question is how deep is your knowledge? How obsessive are you about the stuff? And obviously I'm fanatic. You know what I mean? And I'm, I'm never stopping thinking about music listening to music, making lists of song. Wrongs have giant list each season of songs to you so that that dictator song that we used this season or the willy DeVille song, you know what a thrill isn't. Sure. It would be for you to put a mink to Bill on a Sunday night, television show. I can see this. Bingo. Ten on you. Macha lady killer..

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"macha" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"macha" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Well it's pretty easy because the trash can is open and it's a basket style and it's a thirty one inches from where your feet ryan had no interest interest in not investigating i get it but if something stinks you wanna find out the you know the culprit so i looked in the trash can and there was couple aluminum i think there's starbucks express a shots or something floating in there along with some possible food trash spent fries or something some container that held greece or something so i got that out of there and then i went checked our other trash cans to miller lite canned sitting at the top of that and then i thought what's going on with recycling it just joe macha patta what goes on literally like what what goes on with everyone then recycling it's too far it's too far it's like ob sorry i can't do that at home i do it here i can people do it at home they can't do it here is it not sufficient that i've asked for like twenty seven times is that not enough like is there some point where you get the well yeah you ask for twenty seven times but we're not near the mid sixties i mean you gotta get to sixty four sixty five before really changed kicks in everyone here's a college degree that's the crazy part everyone went how i stayed in the white people who went to college this is the first language with english two could you please cycle and the answer is i.

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Gregg Popovich says San Antonio Spurs 'looked like a deer in headlights' in loss to Golden State Warriors

SportsCenter AllNight

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Gregg Popovich says San Antonio Spurs 'looked like a deer in headlights' in loss to Golden State Warriors

"And fifteen rebounds to lead the way toronto knocked off washington philadelphia beat miami twenty seven in golden state took out san antonio won thirteen ninety two spurs head coach break popovich watched in despair firstquarter we looked like deer in the headlights very disappointing and felt we were very prepared physically and mentally but i was mistaken as i said we looked like deer in the headlights defense was really poor as far as following game plan in the first quarter and it's a bad combination of play defense like that and not shoot at the other end in the nhl playoffs boston tampa bay san jose in nashville all that game victories and lead their respective series two games to none major league baseball on saturday milwaukee snaps the mets nine game winning streak beating them find the one the diamondbacks hammer the dodgers nine to one the red sox improved to an american league best twelve and two after being baltimore into three texas houston five four that's your sunday night baseball macha coverage begins on espn and espn.

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"macha" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"macha" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"A macha and water to the mike metro pcs and the iphone as c four zero dollars on a network that covers ninety nine percent of people in the us impressing play with the best switched to metro pcs an unlimited ld planted get a thirty two gig iphone sei zero dollars metro pcs covered on building summaries was hillsdale explained based on talking tax not no directed numbers currently on the table that was directive on metro pcs in the past sunny days see store for details and terms conditions jon rahm long just not feeling the love at your banking if your bank is changing it's time to switch we invite you to stop in meet our friendly professional staff and find out what one hundred thirty six years of experience can do for you you deserve nothing less the round no member fdic you and your husband have gone through life side by side hand in hand but now his addiction is tearing your family apart it's time to trust karen to pick up the pieces and put your family back together care and brings over sixty years of uncompromising care battling addiction with innovative treatment programmes that will lead your loved one back to you take the next step at c a r o n dot org slash trust or dial 250 and say keyword karen karen recovery for life of member clinic we trip all sorts of why this might throw her what's going on stomach tiny medicine things lord minor illness in jerusalem for its hartberg or indigestion where it is at the same thing is this a rash this is england and among colombo must be there in the three day in china and the freedom of a novel is the only game on camera by the king never look the competition has than with a nominal komo thommo moving away we need a pain in the knee on that occasion keno medal monday on the money needed from the moment for the local and with and donald among the number must and mm when you must be beaten jiang crazy when on inland them from young amend up more lango rudd the annoy use we will lying then islamic fundamentalist me away when you need them meaning crazy again god god be with down you're unique no

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"macha" Discussed on PTI

PTI

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"macha" Discussed on PTI

"Happy hour gave may the be dominated by honorary doctors on humane letters like me what's the word let's get the first one from the producer over the loudspeaker ben simmons versus lonzo ball tonight is a blank macha onesided onesided for simmons simmons is averaging eighteen points lonzo ball is averaging nine and a half simmons has more assists he has more rebounds he's a better player is a year older he's big rig surender he's real good right now boll might get to be real good he's real good right now he's shooting forty nine point seven percent the other can shoot and thirty one they're both could it be real good because all of this craziness over ball what he's not shooting which is well it doesn't the kid is the youngest player of the magic johnson ever to have a triple double in nba competition and he came close to one in his first couple of games so i think he's been solid despite the shooting he can learn to get better out arazim he's not as good as soon as it's a post la braun ma'am bronze gone beyond 2020 gonna be talking about them all the time the s p tnt will be selling the to it in next it's blanked that the bills benched tie rod taylor for nathan peterman it's page twenty one in the catalogue the peterman catalogue idol i didn't even know who nathan peterman was this morning and i just found out he went to pit and a milk hyper compared him the trend green who had a pretty good career about taylor's out because you have 56 you are passing the other day on eighteen attempts so it's nathan peterman come on down pinstripe bowl workout for peterman don't know i don't follow the pinstripe out on the room in the fourth quarter that game to you was in it purple people hole and i don't mean the vikings excuse now let's go to the aid reacting that could bills or benching tie rod taylor beneath the peterman their five and four the bills are five four every year due usually something like after nine games three and six okay he's got ten touchdown passes 3 interceptions so no huge.

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