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Show 46 "1992 Comedienne of the Year"     Cathy Ladman - burst 02

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:12 min | 2 months ago

Show 46 "1992 Comedienne of the Year" Cathy Ladman - burst 02

"I would open for jay and road and Which were great gigs. Because he's audiences fantastic and he initially. He was doing two hours and twenty minutes. Wow which is insane. And then we cut it back for an hour and a half. Yeah he is just a comedy machine. When it comes to stand up in fact He still loves getting out in doing long sats in the as the material for it and i can totally understand that you enjoyed opening for him because like j. Your very talented manala gist but clean as well and i think the two of you would be a terrific team. Onstage a trumpet. Yeah yeah. That's that's a better term complementary to each other yes Not not not that. We pay so the compliments. No the kato compliment but But i remember this one time i was opening for jay south of chicago and it was such a was like labor day weekend. Something in there was such horrible traffic. I was stuck in traffic. I ended up getting to the theater. Like like fifteen minutes or twenty minutes before i get on stage and i was and i was you know i was grinding from travelling and i tried to i was i had a shower in my dressing room and i. I opened the shower curtain towel and getting ready and opened the shower curtain. And there's like no handle to turn on the water and was just like a like a like a pipe sticking out and i'm like going around back they'd have meet alone those fires and nobody had been and so i ended up to sewing on stage like dirty from and just putting on my clothes and i had one of the best shows i ever had because my defenses are so down i just you know not everything was going my way and just had a roll with it and it was just such a great audience. My god

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Facing Fear (Part 2) - Awakening Your Fearless Heart

Tara Brach

08:17 min | 1 year ago

Facing Fear (Part 2) - Awakening Your Fearless Heart

"Now in our last talk on this? I gave two weeks ago. We covered. What happens when we'RE CAUGHT? In fear that our perceptions are sick the lens narrows and we fixate on threat and to some degree depending how much is going on. We go into fight flight freeze. And so there's cortisol and other stress hormones going and our muscles pyden and are the body extremities get fired up and the digestion goes you know kind of halts and our thoughts are circling around what we're anxious about. That creates more anxiety in our body and our brain because our limbic system activated the frontal cortex is deactivated which means less access to executive functioning to mindfulness to kindness empathy. And we know that when we're all worried we're not our hearts not wide open. We're not feeling tender about others or the world so this is for many again. It's a matter of degree kind of habitual state and it's a trance contracted agitated state. We don't have access to our whole being and it's often described as the body of fear. Fear Body and the fundamental feature of it. Is that our sense of self has narrowed into being fearful self? We're no longer in touch with a sense of awareness or spirit or hard or any any of that vast mystery of what we are. We are a fearful self on our way into trouble so the first step of awakening from this transom. This is really what we're looking at in. This class is to recognize okay body of fear. Trans caught in something. And we start sentence the body and it's tension we start feeling the squeeze and we might notice and take a little time with this there couple major domains that we get caught him when we're tensing against the future and one of the big ones that many of us is a fear of failure that what's coming up. I'M GONNA FAIL. I'm not gonNA perform well and then they'll be consequences all be rejected so we each have our version of how we're GONNA fall short but it matters a whole lot to us because falling short means we get kind of pushed out of the tribe so to speak so a while ago a cartoon these two sharks and conversation and one to the other. The pressure to be great is too much. I'd rather be known as the just okay White Shark so conversation about this fear of failure with a friend last week and she said all my life. I have been trying to figure out what my deepest fear was and I've just toggle between is it the fear of being bad you know being a failure. Ours is the fear of loneliness being separate and we started talking about that and she said she would play it out say well what if. I was just really bad but I wasn't lonely are what if I was like completely lonely but I wasn't bad and she realized when she really sorted out that the worst twists fear of separation that it was the isolation but usually they came together because when she felt bad she felt cut off but I think it's really powerful to realize. How much are sensitive? Not Okay goes hand in hand with them working to be cut off and removed from any real connection with others so this fear failure and then there's the fear of missing out foam. Oh which many of us really know close in daily of not getting something we want where fear of not getting that connection with another person fear of not having something workout financially or a chance to impress or gain influence or have an adventure have another experience that matters so grasp after gratification and it and it goes to spiritual realms to the sphere missing out. I noticed people. Retreats will be sharing experiences. And there's a few like God that person was sitting all blissful and dissolved into Rainbow Light and I've just been like dealing with my neurosis and so it's like in spiritual life to fear of missing out. I I remember longtime ago. Actually one of my father's favorite stories of two men who their friends that have these spiritual conversations about what was possible. And really they believed in the afterlife and they were really fascinated with what they would be able to experience and they made an agreement as they got older that Horford died. I wouldn't some way send a message about what it was like. What was the experience? And so one of them died and took some months but the other one start having seances and so on and finally he heard his voice and he confirmed it was San many said. So what's it like? What's the afterlife? Like and his friend said well we we? We have sex and we sleep then we eat and we have sacked so many sleep then goes over nervous and expensive. Wow so that's what happens like heaven I'm not having a Moose in Wyoming. I don't know what you believe. That's one version of reincarnation so a fear of missing out and then our deepest fear really and this is the fundamental the loss of our life. And that's the sense of living with the uncertainty and fragility of our own existence. And we each have that. It's again rigged into our nervous system. And so while we might be fixated on a particular thing if we scrape beneath the surface will find that there's fear and often at set deep fragility of you know how to preserve me the existences self. So the path to waking up from tramps is to get it okay in the transit fear. That's the beginning of waking up just to know what's happening and once we identify it then there's enough presence to pause and deepen attention and this is where we're going now. How do we deepen attention? So we've noticed it. Okay I'm caught. I'm shrunk again I'm fixated. I'm spinning and strangling worries. Okay now what but if we noticed that we can pause now in Asian artwork and this is also the gateways of temples and the dollars and so on a lot of the way it's a -pected the spiritual transformation is depicted is with these animal headed deities these very aggressive and fearful and rage looking gods and goddesses and that the only way you can to the center of the Manala are into the temple gates is to go through a passageway through these Rachel Scary Deities and the message in that and the message that we get really in the wives teachings of all cultures are to wake up from the transit fear. We actually have to go through the fear and s awake away as possible.

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"manala" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

Point of Inquiry

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"manala" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

"And then what we were doing ask at basically like a montage. Regan Manala just they get a suggestion. They tell stories and then you sort of e construct elements of their stories or use bits of it, or Senideak, as premises or half seni- idea. And then you use all that information. I'm very loose format and riff off of that. And explore. Yeah, yeah, yeah, we laugh in the standup world. Lisa laughing say, improv is dead. But when in never was really, but I always been a fan while you guys because I mean first of all, he would find funny stuff to do with these ideas. But groups that are good at this NF worked together for a long time can really find some giant tastic, and fun. Thanks and end. The speed. At which ideas can get heightened in written in front of you as impressive, really agile minds or people doing it. Well the way they can heighten even the physicality of all sudden everybody's forming like dragon, you know, they're all linked together in their make their mocking. Dragon or something. I'm always impressed with this sort of group mind that comes out of the long form improv super wide breath of creativity. Yeah. Yeah. Anything that you are. You can bring that they. Is a great stepping stone for yourself and others. So that gives you some personal profile and other things. Start happening in New York. You did the comedy of the daily show. I did I got hired of the daily show guy rich cores him. I knew from comedy central our show was our shows TV show is on Omni central than this guy. Rich or sim had me do a couple segments for the daily show with John Stewart, and they like my stagnant in offered me a contract for a year. Whatever your and a half and I did that for like a year year and a half right around nine eleven which was a weird time. So I was there when nine eleven happened and I was living in the city in that was like crazy tragic, and I remember going into work. And John Stewart gave this really moving wonderful speech that he's, you know, smart. Good leader. And he was like radio K just wanna make sure role. Good in Letterman was the first one to go back and think Stewart came right? Right on his heels did his show on Thursday and UCB did shows like two days later, and it was weird because everything in New York. It just felt like everything was through the lens of like this isn't the same world we're living in it was, so tragic, and it was, I think I was depressed for year because we're men with guns on every corner. Now, the FBI was there and the military apparatus was there, and there was still digging out bodies in there was, you know, toxic smoke ever. It was a rough rough year. But the daily show helped me like you know, work through that basically, does the Honey deal that material wise. I mean do people addressing it onstage? Yeah. We'll, which is you could make a joke about. Saint Patrick's Day and somehow people would think you're commenting on nine eleven. Do you know what I mean? Like everything you saw the audience was just so raw and they could make a connection to the tragedy of nine eleven I remember literally watching the first show in, like everything people said was like, oh my God. That's just reminds me of nine eleven. I think that was the process of getting away from it is like doing. Yes, people did come done it, but a lot like the daily show stuff. Remember was a lot of finding Osama bin Laden that was the first year in the warrant Afghanistan imports or a boron. A lot of stuff about that. So I think a lot of the comedy was around. And also the nature of code scarlet code yellow, it's like I can't be more fucking alert like it was the insanity of homeland security, not helping the issue. You're already free. Yeah. I'm already fucking on edge. What do you need me to be scarlet for her? Great people on that show. Other who else was on the show you were there. Well, what I was. There was Colbert and caro-..

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"manala" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

14:56 min | 1 year ago

"manala" Discussed on KTOK

"We're back with Michelle on Jay, as we talk about her work as a D Manala, just Michelle your Catholic. I'm a Catholic. The Catholic church has been very active lately in studying demons. They have opened up their exercises classes. They're getting more exorcists all over the place. What, what can you tell us about what the Catholic churches is doing on record about this? They've started up deeming next courses, and, you know, typically that's been exclusively for for Catholics Catholic priests. And you know very guarded territory. That is not to say that the, the right of exercises on isn't something that you find in other Christian traditions, as well as other traditions other religions right across the board. But, you know, are popular portrayal partly because of the movie the exorcist, what people identify with classic actresses is very much the, the Roman ritual, they've opened their doors to not merely Catholic at this point. They are concerned enough by a rise in what they believe to be genuine cases of possession across the globe that they want to arm more than just their priests, which is unpaid. Precedent. That's huge news. Isn't it? No. Absolutely not something that has ever happened before. I mean when, when I'd seen the news about it. I started like digging around the internet because of course, we live in the world where you have to, like, find five different citations for something that you read on any news feed to make sure that it's actually really true. That's you're right. I have to look, these things now ten times before I go on the air with it going is this real? I've got a couple of sources that are you know impeccable, but you still never know especially on the internet, and so like double checking and double checking double checking. But, you know it's. It is a week long Vatican course and it's an international series on, I think the title was Xers and the prayer liberation and it's what three hundred euros or so. So what is that? It's probably three sixty on, on under four hundred dollars not, not a lot to become an exorcist for, for, like, the, the level of instruction. They give you a certificate to write your certified. I would imagine something that proves that you are, who you are. Yeah. And that's that's important. That's actually one of the reasons why I resist calling myself a Manala just I've got the, the scholarly background. But again, there's just so many people who just kind of put on the demon. Basically, the problem is, you know, having set in on some things that were pretty hairy, that is not something, I would suggest anybody tried to do after reading just one book, like that's dangerous territory. Not just for the person who they're trying to help, but for anybody else in that room. Go ahead. Why do you think the Catholic church opened up these these courses and certifications to other people who are non Catholic? Well, first of all, I think we've got a pretty fantastic pope who is progressive, and open minded, and on top of that the demon with the church has been really kind of pounding the drums of were in a time, where things are getting intents and I think it only makes sense at that point to be more ecumenical about it. Well that could be absolutely now. Originally. What created demons possessions, was it was it mainstream religion hotted it start in the first place. And I'm talking about way back since the beginning of time if we go back to simmer Babylon their idea of possession, which is almost one for one, what we had identifies desertion possessed person. First of all the things that they had in a fight. His Damon's were non human entities that were intelligent and malevolent and expressly focused on disrupting the the human sphere. They were bringers of chaos and disease and destruction. They were often personified as massive forces of nature, but, you know, took particular interest in individuals. They would overshadow them I 'cause illness but ultimately tried to call into their skin, like get into the person, and then record through the person. The methods of driving that out fascinating way we see an echo in. The Jared seen demoniac in. I think it's in Luke. And in Mark everybody knows this section out of the bible, because it's where I am legion comes from, and it's the fellow who Jesus comes across him. And he's got a legion of demons in Jesus. Ultimately the man's name, they answer the legion and Jesus casts out into her swine, which then go careening off a cliff in and presumably killing the demons. The, the time period that the culture that that occurs in those folks would recognize that as a very classic method of extra schism, because that's how it was done all the way back to Sumer and Babylon. They would get the name of the possessing entity. They would drive it out, usually into a substitute often an animal sometimes figuring, but usually something like a pig or goat. That would then be sacrificed. Thereby killing the demon. That was caught in it because you really didn't want to do that to the person. Right. Right. I mean there is that possibility? You could end up killing the person trying to get the demon. Well, and that's one of the reasons why actresses has been a very controversial thing because sometimes that has happened. It has happened on record. It has been a result in instances were the folks performing actresses them felt very firm that what they were doing was right. You know, having having watched father Bob about a couple of things the folks who are possessed or who are manifesting all of the signs being possessed do not go quietly. And can get violence. And so I, I can understand why. There are circumstances where people are held down or Caisley bound and tied down because, you know, frankly, they one of the signs of demonic possession, because the Catholic church used to be very strict and I think, still is they have a checklist of things that person has to manifest for them to identify it as genuine possession. You know, obviously cycle psychological and psychiatric issues have to ruled out and you know, those are psychiatrists are involved days with, with assessing it, but, you know, a person will exhibit strengths that is beyond their, their mortal frame and know that's that's right there on the checklist, Zena glossier, which is speaking in tongues. Exhibiting languages that they never had exposure to that. They had no opportunity learned exhibiting knowledge because the things that. We believe were dealing with there. They're smarter than your average bear. That's for sure. Yeah. They're, they're, they're more. Tuned into things and will come up with some of the darndest stuff comes out of their mouth in the middle of stuff that much I can attest, what creates the possession in the first place. I mean what did they do to get their guard down? Well. Well. There's a lot of different opinions on that, if you go back to, to the roots of western demon elegy in the tradition of possession, the next them sometimes nothing at all. Like you just pulled the short straw, something you caught something's attention. And maybe you were just not feeling well enough that week. Maybe you didn't prepare the right God. But sometimes it's just bad things happen to good people now, as we've moved forward here, now, there's generally the idea that somehow you invited in that there's some lap in a week aboard maybe. Well. Some of the most convincing letting things in I also back on one of the ones that I said in on on this was this was an instance, that father Bob was involved in, and I will say that, in my opinion, that there was definitely a possessing today, the individual had a history of drugs, and alcohol, and so addiction was a significant issue for him. And it was the opinion not merely father Bob, but also also the psychologist who was working with us that, that was the that was a crack that let this start to get into life, and I find that honestly a much more credible crack than just picking up, you know, a cursed item or whatnot. Could be. Now, you also have you still have this haunted house? Yeah, it's the cozying haunting. So I, I trained people who are what's cozy taunting. So it's, it's a house that was built eighteen sixty nine hundred seventy and it's. Had a series of owners. Many of whom lived thirty forty years like they lived, and they died in the houses in the house, and they are, in my opinion to go, sit on that house, people who simply love it, too much to want to leave. They're not violent they're not negative. They're intelligent. And it was the the best haunting. I could find as kind of a place for psychic training wheels. For folks who are working with spirits were learning to discern the difference between a negative haunting a good haunting who are learning to assess their own abilities. Is the safest thing I could find. Do you enjoy? It obviously. Yeah. Actually, I you know, spend some time getting to know the people who, who were, there is a relaxing. I find it interesting, I suppose it's not everybody's Cup of tea. I was raised in a family where we're like abilities came down on both sides in so spirits weren't necessarily a weird or scary thing growing up. You know, finding that there are certainly much nastier things out there than, you know, just, you know did on EDNA who just has never left upstairs. That's, that's a different thing. But, you know, the house picked up an overland is. Not everything needs to be driven out. And I, I have a very firm stance on that was one of the things that Lorraine and I sometimes. Disagreed on professionally, I really didn't think that everything needs to be cast out of the house, or, or anything like in some cases. Sometimes are deadlocked once come back to watch over us. And you know, it's their choice to come back and they're not causing any trouble actor there to help the problem being that. You know, your person can't tell the difference and isn't necessarily prepared to, to deal with the manifestation of paranormal, it's scary even if it is well intentioned. How do you travel much Michelle to various locations? A little bit less than a used to not that I'm. I guess I'm getting studying my old age. That I picked up inspiration house was I, I really wanted to have the opportunity to have students come to me, rather than have me go all over the place. But we'll still go. There are several teams that I work with, and if the need arises, and if I'm a good fit for what they need. I I will travel. Well travel is, of course, important to the people who need your help, because there aren't a lot of people like you that have that ability to investigate in. I probably assume you cleanser house to can't Cantu. Yeah. Yeah. I do I work with the religious background of the folks who live in a house, and that was another thing that, like, really I respected with the wards you know, they were Catholic and Lorraine went was Catholic till the day. She breathe new laugh. Business. One thing they were all business and one of the things that they highly valued was working with the religious system of the clients. It was an immensely respectable stance. Because, you know, the language of belief is different around the globe. But the belief itself like human impulse to recognize something bigger than ourselves. That's something that unites us all. And so they would go in and I do the same like you go in and you find what speaks to the people because finding what they have faith in, and what can guide their face is, what will arm them best. If it is a dangerous or Dr content. Take Michelle give out your website place. It's my first and last name, Michelle Bella,.

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"manala" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

14:38 min | 1 year ago

"manala" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And we're back with shallow ball on Jay, as we talk about her work as a D Manala, just Michelle your Catholic. I'm a Catholic. The Catholic church has been very active lately in studying demons. They have opened up their actresses classes, they're getting more exorcists all over the place. What, what can you tell us about what the Catholic churches is doing on record about this? They've started up Xers and courses. And you know, typically that's been exclusively for for Catholics Catholic priests. And you know very guarded territory. That is not to say that the, the right of actresses on isn't something that you find in other Christian traditions, as well as other traditions other religions right across the board. But, you know, are popular portrayal partly because of the movie the exorcist, what people identify with classic actresses is very much the Roman ritual, they've opened their doors to not merely Catholic at this point. They are concerned enough by a rise in what they believe to be genuine cases of possession across the globe that they want to arm more than just their priests, which is unpaid. Precedent. That's huge news as an no actually lately. Not something that has ever happened before. I mean when, when I'd seen the news about it, I started like digging around the internet because, of course, we live in the world where you have to, like, find five different citations for something that you read on any new seed to make sure that it's actually really true. That's term you right. I, I have to look at these things now ten times before I go on the year with it going is this real? I've got a couple of sources that are you know impeccable, but you still never know especially on the internet. Yeah. And so, like double checking and double checking and double checking, but, you know, it's. Is a week long Vatican course and it's an international series on, I think the title was exercises in the pro liberation and it's what three hundred euros or so. So what is that is probably three sixty on on four hundred dollars. Not, not a lot to be really nice ride at all for, for, like, the, the level of instruction. I guess they give you a certificate to write your certified. I would imagine something that proves that you are, who you are. Yeah. And that's that's important. That's actually one of the reasons why I resist calling myself a Manala just I've got the, the scholarly background. But again, there's just so many people who just kind of put on the book, Kate at basically, the problem is having set in on some things that were pretty Harry, that is not something, I would suggest anybody tried to do after reading just one book, like that's dangerous territory. Not just for the person who they're trying to help, but for anybody else in that room. Go ahead. Well, why do you think the Catholic church opened up these these courses and certifications to other people who are non Catholic? Well, first of all, I think we've got a pretty fantastic pope, who's progressive, and open minded, and on top of that, the demon allergists with the church have been really kind of pounding the drums of where in a time, where things are getting intents. And I think it only makes sense about point to be or more ecumenical about it. Well that could be absolutely now. Originally, what created demons possessions, was, it wasn't mainstream religion. How did it start in the first place? And I'm talking about back since the beginning of time. If we go back to simmer Babylon, their idea of possession, which is, oh, one for one what we had advised possession possessed person. First of all the things that in a fight is Damon's were non human entities that were intelligent and malevolent and expressly focused on disrupting the the human fear. They were bringers of chaos and disease and destruction. They were often personified as this massive forces of nature, but, you know, took particular interest in individuals, they would overshadow them I 'cause illness, but ultimately, try to call into their skin, like get into the person, and then record through the person. The methods of driving that out fascinating Lee. We see an echo in. The Jared scene demoniac in. I think it's in Luke. And in Mark everybody knows this section out of the bible, because it's where I am legion comes from, and it's the fellow who Jesus comes across him. And he's got a legion of demons in Jesus. Ultimately the man's name they answer the legion. And Jesus cast them out into her swine, which then go careening off a cliff in and presumably killing the demons. The, the time period that the culture that that occurs in those folks would recognize that as a very classic method of extra schism, because that's how it was done all the way back to simmer and Babylon day would get the name of the possessing entity. They would drive out, usually into a substitute often an animal sometimes figuring, but usually something like a pig or a goat that would then be sacrificed. Thereby killing the demon. That was caught in it. 'cause you really didn't want to do that to the person. Right. Right. I mean there is a possibility. You could end up killing the person trying to get the demon. And that's one of the reasons why actresses has been a very controversial thing because sometimes that has happened. It has happened on record. It has been a result in instances, where were the folks performing their schism felt very firm that what they were doing was right. You know, having having father Bob about a couple of things, the folks who are possessed or who are manifesting all of signs being possessed do not go quietly and can get violence. And so I, I can understand why there are circumstances where people are held down or Caisley bound and tied down because, you know, Frank. They one of the signs of demonic possession, because the Catholic church used to be very strict and I think, still is they have a checklist of things that a person has to manifest for them to identify identified as genuine possession. You know, obviously psycho, psychological and psychiatric issues have ruled out and you know, those are psychiatrists are involved stays with, with assessing it. But, you know, a person will exhibit strengths that is beyond their, their mortal frame, and, you know, that's that's right there on the checklist glossy, which is. Speaking in tongues exhibiting languages that they never had exposure to that. They had no opportunity, learn exhibiting knowledge, because the things that we believe were dealing with their they're smarter than your average bear. That's for sure. Yeah. They're, they're, they're more. Tuned into things and will come up with some of the stuff comes out of their mouth in the middle of stuff, but which I can attest what creates the possession in the first place. I mean what did they do to get their guard down? There's a lot of different opinions on that, if you go back to, to the roots of western demon allergy in the tradition of possession, and extra schism. Sometimes nothing at all. Like you just pulled the short straw, something you caught something's attention. And maybe you were just not feeling well enough that week. Maybe you didn't prepare the right God. But sometimes it's just bad things happen to good people. Now we've moved forward here. And now there's generally the idea that somehow you invited in that there's some lap in with a ouija board, maybe. Well. Some of the most convincing letting things in I also back on one of the ones that I said in on on this was this was an instance, that father Bob was involved in, and I will say that, in my opinion, that there was definitely possessing today, the individual had a history of drugs, and alcohol, and so addiction was a significant issue for him. And it was the opinion not merely father Bob, but also also the psychologist who was working with us that, that was the that was a crack that let this start to get into his life. And I find that honestly much more credible crack than just picking up a cursed item or whatnot. Could be. Now, you also have you still have this haunted house? It's the coziness haunting. So I, I trained people who are what's coziness taunting. So it's, it's a house that was it sixty nine hundred seventy and it's. Had a series of owners. Many of whom live thirty forty years like they, they lived, and they died in the houses in the house, and they are, in my thing that goes to that house of people who simply loved it too much to want to leave. They're not violent they're not negative. They're intelligent. And it was the the best haunting. I could find as kind of a place for psychic training wheels for so who are working with spiritual learning to discern the difference between a negative haunting haunting who are learning to assess their own abilities. Is the safest thing I could find. But you enjoy it, obviously. Yeah, actually, I you know, spend some time getting to know the people who, who were, there is a relaxing. I find it interesting, I suppose it's not everybody's Cup of tea. I've I was raised in a family where we're abilities came down on both sides in so spirits weren't necessarily a weird or scary thing growing up. You know, finding that there are certainly much nastier things out there than, you know, just, you know did on EDNA who just has never left upstairs. That's, that's a very different thing. But, you know, the house picked up an overland is. Not everything needs to be driven out. And, you know, I, I have a very firm stance on that was actually, one of the things that Lorraine and I sometimes. Disagreed on professionally, I really didn't think that everything needs to be cast out of a house or, or anything like in some cases. Sometimes are deadlocked once come back to watch over us. And you know, it's their choice to come back and they're not causing any trouble actor there to help the problem being that your person can't tell the difference, and isn't necessarily prepared to, to deal with the manifestation of paranormal, it's scary, even if it is, well, intentioned, do you travel, much Michelle to various locations? Less than I used to nothing. I'm. I guess I'm getting studying my old age. That I picked inspiration house was I, I really wanted to have the opportunity to have students come to me, rather than have to go all over the place, but we'll still go. There are several teams that I work with. And if the need arises, and if I'm a good fit for what they need. I I will travel. Well travel is, of course, important to the people who need your help, because there aren't a lot of people like you that have that ability to investigate in. I probably assume you cleanser house to can't Cantu. Yeah. Yeah. I do I work with the religious background of the folks who live in a house, and that was another thing that, like, really, I respected with the war, and, you know, they were Catholic and Lorraine when was Catholic till the day, she breeding business, one thing they were all business and one of the things that they highly valued was working with the religious system of the client. It was an immensely respectable stance. Because, you know, the language of belief is different around the globe. But the belief itself like human impulse to recognize something. Bigger than ourselves. That's something that unites us all. And so they would go in and I did the same like you go in and you find.

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"manala" Discussed on VelociPodcast

VelociPodcast

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"manala" Discussed on VelociPodcast

"Welcome to the podcast, a study and Manala. Gee, this is your grumpy uncle Peter. He will say words at you. So after episode one fifty two, I actually realized that was the one where we had the mini Tor versus center controversy put to bed completely forever, so that we never have to talk about it again. So that will never come up again. Send tours and or minute tours or anything similar like it. I actually realized I had a question because when it was revealed that the miniature was an individual and not a species, he came about from the Queen of Crete and a majestic bull having relations, and it came out with this large man body with a miniature head and a bull tail. So he was unique in the universe. And so I was perfectly happy to accept that. Then I realized there was a question that I only thought of late. That I hadn't answered and I don't think I can get an answer for it, but because he's an individual he doesn't really have a species name, but we refer to minute tour. And I think what we're referring to minute or, and this is where the confusion may be originally comes from, as a species as a kind of animal. But now that I know that the miniature is unique in the universe, it would actually seem to make more sense of miniature was his name, and he doesn't actually have a species, because he's a mixture of some kind of Queen and animal being a hybrid doesn't have a name as such but then it because it would also be really weird. If a parent had a baby, even if they didn't really say care for them because they built a labyrinth and put this thing in the labyrinth and then fed it virgins you'd still name it so either that animal things name is miniature or it's a species name in that thing has no name. So that's the point where I'm at. Having a little bit of trouble because it's never clarified as to whether or not that things name is minute tour, or that thing is a minute tour, which I actually think if you look at definition of minutes for the are talking about a species, and not a name, but because it's unique it should have a name. So now this is you can see what happened. What happens in my head? I'm going around in a circle and it just happens again. And again, and that is how I ended up spending hours of my day wondering whether or not minutes for is the name of the creature or the creatures name. Core question why is the ship the enterprise in the Star Trek series? White wouldn't black offer more camouflage and space. Now, there are a couple of problems, and there's a couple of different ways to deal with them. When actually discussing this question, the first one is this is a TV show. So do you want to camouflage your spaceship in a TV show because one of the things they want to do in this TV show to appeal to the science fiction enthusiasts is have the spaceship show up on the TV? So the first thing you need to do is make it. So it contrast with the background the background because it's a spaceship is going to almost always be in space, therefore, you actually want it to be a color that shows up, so it should be a bright color. White is one of those colors that shows up very well against black. So that is a real world practical reason for not making the ship black. If I made a black spaceship from my science fiction TV show, there would be almost no. No reason to show the ship on my science fiction TV show because you would have black space and a black shit moving in front of it. So maybe it would block out the stars behind that would be a cool effect for the short term, but it would not be one of those things that would appeal to people long term because they wouldn't be able to see you wouldn't be able to do any exterior shots of the spaceship. Now the second point is, let's go into the universe and talk about the actual ships themselves. My belief is that there would be no real need to worry about whatever color the ship is because we're talking about ships in space. And I think the reason you would need camouflages because you need to hide your ship from an enemy. So that's the only reason we really do camouflage is that we hide while we're in battle. That's a great idea. I am actually on board with that. But if you've noticed even though the ships are white, they aren't using visual acquisition to target the ship. So what I mean is you don't have pilots looking out the front of the ship shooting at the other ships that they can see they have computers doing it because the distances would be huge. These things are moving probably incredibly fast science fiction often has these ships, be very advanced do be able to move very quickly. People aren't going to be able to track it over the distance. They can't see that far. They probably wouldn't be able to pick it out because of the background. So once the ship got far enough away, it would just be one dot amongst many Dodds. So they do what any sensible science fiction thing would do. They would use something more advanced like a computer now the computer isn't checking the color of the ship. That's not what it's looking for. It's looking for a solid object in space. It's looking for metal. It's looking for something else. It's ping in some way, that humans can't now you might have or you might create a species of aliens that could do that. And they wouldn't have those machines on their ship. They wouldn't have like radar sonar detectors. Any kind of thing that you actually use to track another object in space. They would actually have massive windows because they could actually see, but they don't do that. Because again far far enough away. You wouldn't be able to see it anymore anyways, it would be too, small. So in the Star Trek universe, you have the klingons and they have a cloaking device, which is camouflaged, but that makes the whole ship go invisible. So the idea is that not only can people not see it the computers. Can't see it either. So if you go into the fiction they have actually used camouflage, and it has nothing to do with color. It makes the ship invisible because a computer could probably track an empty space where the stars are supposed to be, and they keep disappearing so they can find the ship now the human, I couldn't do that. So it had to be more than that you had to actually be able to see through the ship so that they computer technically wouldn't be able to track it that way. Now, there's only one other reason have you noticed like the space shuttle, and a lot of things that are in space that are supposed to be realistic or are actually realistic. They are also white, but it's so you can see as much as possible because the only reason to go the exterior of a ship is to try to fix something. So if you can't see it if it's. Hard to see in the night sky, which is exactly where you are. That makes it very hard on my understanding is that when you go to the dark side of the ship, it is almost like there is no light at all. So it's invisible. So I obviously has to do with the closest light source being the most powerful, repairing your ship on a regular basis, which would probably be something, you have to do would take priority over camouflage. Now, the secondary thing within the fiction of Star Trek is that these are not warships. They are research vessels. Now they have armaments because they go into hostile territory. They engage engage with aliens and whatnot, and they don't know if they're going to be friendly or not. So they're trying to protect themselves, but the primary role of these ships is not war. It's actually to explore their signs vessels and things like that. So they are trying to camouflage themselves. They're trying to present themselves as friendly to unknown aliens, so they don't wanna come across as evil or hide themselves or anything like that. Now, there were a couple of movies where they had warships, and they were painted black, but that was again, primarily for the drama that was to create the contrast between the good enterprise, and the evil worship that they had created. There are a couple of other things that would actually go along with this question. And it's the idea that we can't see lasers. So when we see the pew pew lasers or the big long streak of light, that's not what you would see if they were using real lasers, you might see a Mark on the ship, when it hit it, and then it would just start to burn a hole in that ship. But it wouldn't be the long streak of life. But why do we use that because it's more dramatic for the viewer to see because if you don't see anything that would be pretty boring space battle, because we're just be two ships and then one burst into flames. It'd be neat. It'd be realistic, but it would actually be visually quite boring to watch because you have to ships circling around each other, and they just one stops because there, wouldn't be massive explosions in space. There's no oxygen to feed that fire. So there'd be a lot of, like pops and things like that, and that would immediately go dead because the fire wouldn't extend it self into into the area beyond the ship now that takes us to a tertiary issue, which is sound the lasers, wouldn't make any like shoes. Annoys and they wouldn't make any burning sounds at all because this is again space, there is no sound in space. So you would hear maybe a humming from the ship that shooting if you were inside the ship, but probably not lasers. Don't actually make a lot of noise even the machines that make them and they would be on a different deck. So you wouldn't hear anything at all? Certainly not that sh sound that they use in Star Trek. And when missiles fire again, that's going to be two three decks below the actual bridge, you wouldn't hear thing would just see the thing go out into space, and then you would see again, a pop a small explosion. You wouldn't hear anything and then that ship would probably just stop moving or would be floating in the direction. It was already going because momentum, it's really hard to look at science fiction using real science because if you did that it'd be great, but it would be visually, an auditory very boring to experience space battles, would just not be interesting at all. So what you've run up against is what I call the drama drive, which is things break and need to be fixed, just in time to create tension and drama in a story, and that has nothing to do with real life. And that is why the ships and Star Trek are white and not black for camouflage. Hey, Peter Lorre here with all this animal talk recently, I'd really, like to know your opinion about platypuses, first of all, there's a couple of things within the question. I think we need to clarify its Peter here,.

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"manala" Discussed on VelociPodcast

VelociPodcast

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"manala" Discussed on VelociPodcast

"Welcome to the podcast, a study and Manala. Gee, this is your grumpy ankle. Peter. He will say words at you clearly have been working through my daddy issues lately, because I've told multiple stories about my experiences with my father, my father plays guitar anyplace fairly. Well, and when I was young, I think it was about twelve I asked him to teach me how to play guitar now. See sat me down on chair and he put the guitar. He told me I had to cross my legs. And I asked why he said, that's how classical guitarist sit. So it's how you sit properly, but I was very self-conscious twelve year old boy in sitting like that wasn't comfortable. I'd never sat like that before. So actually sitting like that was physically uncomfortable. And quite frankly, the guitar being as big as it was, and I was still relatively small when I sat that way the guitar went up into my chin, and I couldn't even see the strings or where my hands would be. And, but it was more the self conscious aspect of sitting in a way I wasn't comfortable with that really, really. Put me off. But my father wouldn't let it go. He said, if I didn't I had to sit properly if I was going to do it. So, of course, I never came back for a second lesson. I think I learned acord I strummed it a couple of times, and then that was it. We were done. And I was supposed to come back and ask him if I ever wanted the second lesson, but I never came back because I knew the first thing you would do was made me, sit properly which I found very uncomfortable. Didn't want to do. So there's a neat question there. So is it worth making someone do something properly, if they're going to immediately quit? Or is it better to have them? Do it a slightly wrong way in maybe have that skill for the rest of their life because I don't play guitar. I don't play any instrument. I have no musical talent because I've never practiced, and I've never practiced because of that first negative experience because I was forced to sit in a way. I wasn't comfortable sitting, but also it comes down to enjoyment. Now, my father and his mind, I wasn't dedicated enough. I, I didn't really want it that badly. And I didn't I didn't want it that badly. I just thought, oh, there's guitars around the house guitars, in a neat thing. I see I see people on TV using them. They seem like kind of sexy. Maybe like to learn electric guitar down the line, and be rockstar, who knows. I didn't have a particular passion for it. But it was a neat thing. It was available and I wanted to try it, and I was immediately turned off doing it because I actually never saw anyone sit down playing classical guitar. I saw music videos guys were jumping off speakers and doing guitar solos way, cooler than sitting with your legs cross. I playing classical guitar. So I think maybe it's better to introduce people to new things in a way that they enjoy it, regardless of it being one hundred percent proper or not as opposed to them, not being able to pick up any new skills because should you get comfortable with the guitar? You might wanna learn classical guitar, and then sitting that way might make more sense, or you might start doing that naturally anyways, but it's the same thing when people who are left handed are forced to do things in a right handed way. A lot of them I can see. It's so uncomfortable. They wouldn't do it in the first place. Why who does it hurt? If they do it in technically wrong way. And actually pick up the skill. Takes us onto a whole different topic that just entered my head that there were no left handed samurai you had to, if you were left handed, you still had to learn to wheeled your sword with your right hand. So that old Japanese ideology comes in all of a sudden. But now I'm thinking a left handed samurai would really mess up everyone because they would have no idea what to do. The core question why are dragons on game of thrones in the hobbit done incorrectly? Those are wide Verne's not dragons. This is a problem. I've I have addressed several times. And it's the problem of people not understanding fiction. So I had to go look up the definition of wven just to make sure I knew what I was talking about. And to see to make sure I understood what this person was talking about. So the definition of a wide Vern is a winged two legged dragon with a barbed tail. And then if you look up the definition of dragon, dragon is a large serpent like legendary creature that appears in folklore of many cultures around the world beliefs about dragons, very drastically by region dragons, and western cultures since the high middle ages have often been depicted as winged horned four legged and capable of breathing fire. The first problem is that a wine is a kind of dragon and therefore calling into a dragon is perfectly acceptable. So the person who asked this question is trying to define something, which is actually a sub category of a big thing. So calling it a wider, and his correct, and calling it a dragon his also correct? So there's your first problem is they think that those are different things, and they're not once a subcategory of another now, that's like saying you shouldn't call people mammals, because they're humans, but humans are kind of mammal. So it is actually perfectly acceptable to walk around saying mammal, mammal mammal mammal. You actually just walk around saying that that'd be really weird. Now my personal problem is whenever someone complains about fiction. They seem to think that it's not fiction anymore that there are rules that apply to the fiction, but those are rules are only in their head, a great example of this is that these Bs in the Walking Dead are never referred to his own bees, because the author decided that in this fictional world. There had never been any zombie fiction, so they had never used that word so they call them walkers. And then when they meet different communities, the different communities have different names for. The undid who've come back in attack them. That's a really cool. Interesting thing. And I thought it was really nice touch never using the word zombie, the author when creating a fiction is free to create whatever they want and defined it any way they want. So when they are writing about dragons and game of thrones he could have called it whatever he wanted. He called it dragons, probably because we know what a dragon is. And therefore, you don't have to draw a big painting or an image, or an idea of what a dragon is as soon as I say dragon you have a fairly basic idea of what a drag and looks like so that's all work done for you by general mythology. That doesn't have to be done by the author, but he could have called them, androids, this big reptile like thing with wings that breathes fire that walks around on two to four legs, the androids have come because in his universe. He creates the name and. What is the name that everyone in that universe is going to accept the fact that you don't like it in that you're using a definition is come from another source means that other sources now irrelevant because it's not within this universe. It would be like if you read a science fiction, book, that talked about die lithium crystals and you got angry that they weren't using dilute the crystals the same way that, that term is used in Star Trek because Star Trek as far as I know where they originally coined the term die lithium crystals. But the fact that I've changed universe, and I'm using a similar word or the same word for different thing is perfectly acceptable, because that is how fiction works. So why are the dragons and game of thrones in the hobbit done incorrectly, while they're not you are incorrect, because first of all, you've not even understood the definition properly. Those are wide Verne's, not dragons, Wibran's are kind of dragon and therefore you can call them dragons, but more importantly, you misunderstood, how fiction works, because the most important thing to remember is. It's not real. Hip hitter in episode one fifty he referred to park or part, humans as centers, and I believe you assume that they're mythos species, and I happen to know that some of them will identify as mentors. So I'd like you to talk about mandatory, please. Yeah. Let's, let's talk about minute tours. 'cause that's that's how I wanna spend my life. That's, that's what I went to school for years and years of education university degree. Minute tours. Right. So there's a couple of actual issues. One, I had to do research for the center episode, which really sort of ruined a bit of me inside part of my soul died a little bit. And the reason is I had to go and read about centers and of course anything that's posted on the internet. People weigh in with their opinions, you get people's ideas, and thoughts and things. And in most of those are pretty awful. And I think the reason it bothered me was because there were actual people who, who were legitimately trying to take a stand on the center miniature issue. But it's very clearly divided. You can't identify as a minute tour or sent or you can't be a center who identifies as mentor because of the definition now, this, of course if you get into modern. Social politics is actually a very risky stands to take. So I'm taking a tough stand, but it's primarily because sentors are specie whereas the minute or is actually an individual, you have the center of the central is universally defined as a human torso attached to the physical body of a horse, but that it would even include the horse tour show, which is the first problem that comes up, when you think about centers, a minute tour is a human body with a Bullhead and a bull tail now we there were some questions as to whether a center could have a human body in horse torso, but throughout the mythos that never occurred, the, the minute tour. Specifically, though is the offspring of the creatine Queen pacify not hundred percent. Sure. I'm saying that Pepsi Fe and a majestic bull it's actually defined as a majestic. I don't know what the difference between a bona. Majestic bull is. In this cream Queen, why she was getting it on with a bull. It's I didn't read the whole story. And I think the reason I didn't read the whole story is because I didn't want to. I took a deep dive once into Zeus. And basically, it was all the things that Zeus had raped. And after that, I kind of kind of. Lost a bit of my taste for mythology because there was a bit too much rape. And there was a lot of.

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"manala" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"manala" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Life cycle for edge applications and devices, and then the third one is for future apps that I believe are hardware. Independent voice. Independent cloud. Independent. What are the set of API's that can be exposed in standardized? Right. Both on the southbound side of the drivers. And the physical interfaces as well as the northbound side, which is really around the cloud and the multi cloud infrastructure, right? And those three are technical like to technical one non is what elephant is intending to solve in previous episodes. We've done a lot of coverage over the dynamic between the quote, unquote, cloud and the edge. And this is a really interesting dynamic. You know, like, what kinds of processing do you do on the cloud? What do you want to do on the edge? You know, what are you going to do about the fact that you want to have this high bandwidth connection between these two places, but maybe there's intermittent bandwidth that the edge these kinds of things, but what I understood by reading about LFM edge, the the Lennox foundation's, edge computing, set of projects which will get into some detail, but the importance of the telecoms, and the fact that all of this processing or all of this. Data shuttling is is going across telecom infrastructure. Can you explain the role of the telecoms when it comes to the dynamic of edge computing? That's a brilliant question. Right. Because the moment we classify Najat. Nation requiring storage and compute close to it with a certain Bamut or of latency responsiveness. You do get into the physical barriers of how bitch travel, right? And so at this point what telecom edge or edge, cloud or smart edge, or what the does just to Manala. Jeez. Right. But really what we're talking about is a set of automated, compute storage and software infrastructure that is reciting either at the bottom of the bay stations or on a gateway in in in the basement of a building or our stadium or a little bit further out in a smart central office in a in a neighborhood. What telecoms bring to the table at three things they bring the location advantage. Right. They bring the latency advantage both because of location, but also because of technologies like five G, and they bring the mobility advantage. And what that means is if there's an application connected cars. Economist driving and fleet transportation being the perfect example, if the application requires low latency response with mobility, you do not an enterprise or a cloud provider will not be able to solve that. I so those are the three things why telecom is such a critical player in the edge compute space. And that's why we see a lot of collaboration between telecom players cloudplayer's an enterprise not players. That's that's the mission of elephants and who. Not to sound flippant who cares about this. Like if I'm a developer. Do I care like aren't I just like either? I'm a developer like building something for my factory. You know, my company owns factories. And I'm writing software for the factories or like, I'm maybe I'm writing software that is doing processing on data that has made its way from the factory into the cloud. But in either way, I I work for you know, a candy factory company. Why do I care about telecom infrastructure, or or is this is are these open source projects, which which we will get into our these open source projects are they only meant for the telecom. No, no, they're not meant for telecoms. That's the whole point the projects are bringing the Telecom's cloud and the enterprise were tickles, the dare developers and their use cases all together. Okay. So the three have to operate, in harmony the reason. Why a developer and enterprise cloud. There are telecom player should care, right. Is what you described as a analytics sitting in a factory going into a cloud. That's that's I am not today. That's not an edge. That's not an edge app..

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"manala" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"manala" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"We're talking about being proactive, and we're talking about a type of arthritis. That's actually caused by a certain types of bacteria like salmonella campy, low bacteria, shigella, E, coli and vibrio. So you know, it's not just about getting the food poisoning. And then it's all gone salmonella has been the most frequently studied bacterium associated with reactive arthritis. Overall. Studies have found rates of Salma Manala associated with reactive arthritis vary between six and thirty percent the frequency of post infectious syndrome, specifically, however has not been well described in Washington state study of an outbreak of foodborne salmonella gastroenteritis twenty nine percent of patients developed arthritis. But only three percent developed the triad of symptoms associated with the syndrome. So remember, you know, the frequency of acute reactive arthritis from other bacteria varies widely. So we're actually we're talking about food poisoning today. We're gonna be talking about that in the near future. We're talking about the facts after not just the acute effects that that diarrhea and everything else that's associated with the cramping associated with with food poisoning. And we're going to take a call from Betty and north Kingstown. Hey, Betty, welcome to harmony with food. What's up? What is.

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"manala" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"manala" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The draw. Carter record has it. He'll fire one at the net tipped out front by noting. But tipped white kept in at the blue line. Farside? Whistle back in the pocket. Slow below the goal line as Manala watches over his right shoulder. Coming off the goal line. Evan pheno turns the corner fires away MRs high and wide. Don't can't pick it up. Cook rather, Joe Tyron has it. He'll pound one at the net blocked right off his stick. And it back comes back to the neutral zone. Doukas control it there. Here's Ekberg expert comes in three on three passes to his left leads to a shop. Manala puts the stick down and kicks it into the corner that was off a Bailey. And then the pass it gets out of play farside really good shift by that second line. Sean was active. He got a shot on goal. Gaiger Tehran down low air force to change Pulver pheno Durgin the top line for air force. And this will be Fito picking this face off in the saints into the right of Manila. Forty eight here in the second period. Kind of discussion going on now between Dylan one of the captains and the lines. We just announced the Golden Knights Pete. Anaheim tonight drawing a cheer from the crowd air force wins the draw. They tried to get a shot from Durgin. It's blocked. Picked up at center ice by. Neilson.

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"manala" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"manala" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"Like, I was just like I guess I carried a chip on field. I don't know if it was from the doctors handed over that list. But thanks, you know, and so my knowledge of nutrition got better Manala training, but got better. My physics started to change in. You know, people started to catch on that. It wasn't just a face for me. And you know, would fitness I always tell people go back to the Ferrari thing like once. I'm starting to feel better about my body. You know, this this also built my confidence, you know, like just like feeling better about my body feeling more, comfortable, my skin. So I moved to Tampa year ago. And and you know, I'm always looking to put myself in easy water. So I promised myself, my family, my, friends and my supporters. I said guys I'm going to get on the competitive bodybuilding saves before two thousand seventeen was over. I knew nothing about competitive bodybuilding. And I told people that it was very transparent. I was like, I don't know anything about this. But I'm gonna learn in. So I dedicated that like like twelve weeks to this preparation, and I was two weeks out from the competition in went to Las Vegas for Mr. Olympia to hang out with the supporters and fans which was a couple of weeks ago. I just got back, and I always tell I like, I talk about moments of like being guided like we're life dislike puts the right people in in winter on that frequency like putting the right people in your life. And so the expo was Friday and the expo was Friday Saturday and Sunday. So I went Friday a went Saturday, but Sunday decided to hang home. And I went to hang at the pool. And then I was like all right. We gotta go to the gym. So I went to the gym. And when I got in there. My buddy comes running up to me is like dude, the rock the rock is upstairs lifting and I'm like, that's that's pretty sweet. Like can I go lift? And he's like, yes. And so I climb up the stairs along behold. There's like four security guards in there, Dwayne he's doing dips. And I'm like, oh my God. It really is the rock. And so I told my guys look back at my my team. I said do not bother this, man. He already knows me for my bodybuilding videos. If the rockets who he who says he is he'll come up. I promise it's like don't bother. And so, you know, we're going through are going through the motions over lifting at one point is like next to me is doing curls in I wasn't paying any attention. I was just doing my workout. And then he goes over into the corner, and he pulls off his headphones, and he gets bombarded by pictures, and you know, I do I do the the what good leaders to do. And I go back, and I go like a moment of reassurance on my guys. I promise you to happen like don't freak out. And so, you know, I'm lifting in his security guard comes over and taps through my shoulder. He goes your Nick, right? I said, yeah, he goes can Dwayne meet you. You. I'm like. Yeah. Like come up like bring him on. Yeah. No. I'm I'm busy. I'm not. I'm not going to go talk to the rat. Sorry. Yeah. So he's like bring over. So they escorted me over to a corner. Dwayne came up in the first thing you did got on my level in high five he goes, dude them such a big fan. And I'm like, I'm like trying to hold my interfering girl in right? I'm like freaking out. And you know, he's like going to get a picture, and we took a picture, and I told him I looked at him. I said I told him all the things I was going to be doing, you know, at that time. I was like I'm going to write a book, I'm gonna do this. We're gonna do that. And I told him I looked him in his eyes. It said I'm going to do what you did. And he said, well, what do you mean by that? I said, we'll you're the rock. I said people knew you for football. And then people knew you for WWE, and then you took over the world like you're in every industry, you're crushing every industry..

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"manala" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"manala" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Three, four, five because he would forget a line or name or something. Never did never. I'll nice. Never. Never got frustrated with him. There was a great love there. And he was. He was one of those guys that I wouldn't say act better. Because he was always as good as he was going to be. I see, no, he really came as prepared as he could. And if gave him too much direction or tried something too much, I, it would unnerve him a little bit. He was a natural funny guy and a very charming and a real ladies man. Oh, he could charm the pants off. Anybody as sons said repeatedly in in in the obits. He. Oh, that's my telephone. That's okay. It's usually Gilbert's going on. Yeah. I'll just shut it off here. He his son said he was the happiest guy. He knew I saw that it was sweet. Yeah, any looked for ways to be happy. That's what he said. He looked for ways to be happy every day I and when something unhappy presented it self. He just sort of turn aside. That's a nice qualities. It's a remarkable quo-, quote quality, really? Yeah. And I heard Bob Newhart use to write his style log around the set. You have it on like furniture, very rarely known as a funny. No, it's visual thing that that he tells of himself, but every once in a while he they would write these long phone calls. Because by was known as a Manala gist who talked on the phone and. There were some times three pages long, and he would often if he was home right him in his office, it was easy because he, he, he, he would have a desk and some yellow Pez there. But at home he just said the couch, so we'd put him on cars and pace it him to the back of the couch. So he could be on the phone standing onset facing this big long wall of text, and it was very good. I mean, actors get good at reading cue cards. We had taped up this stuff with masking tape or something. And in the middle of this conversation, the tape started to unpeeled. From a corner. So if you can visualize lies this, the corner came came down and slowly started to disappear from his view. He he served to bend over Rita. I'm watching the hell is he doing? And finally just gave up and left. They said, cut cut cut, and then he ripped the cue cards off and show the. And he said, this is what happened. You guys met on on on onset of catch twenty two catch time. Yeah. Yeah. And I threw myself at his feet because as a as a kid Milwaukee, you know, I would. I probably did some of his material. In the nightclubs in Milwaukee. When I was a drummer and I remember I was selling records at a at a record store in Milwaukee when his record hit. It was so popular that we just didn't get the box of records in on Monday and put it on the shelf. We just took the box records and put it on the counter and people would come in and buy a button down mind. Yeah, that's how popular that record was for for spoken word records in in those days..

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"manala" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"manala" Discussed on Minority Korner

"It's it's got meetings being taking place working with mentor to get done. Like I love it, bucking, inspiring. It's thing again, look, if you have a whisper that like, man, this should really be this thing and you don't see it. That is like your call de ring ring. Yes, and his calling will you charges? I am so glad that you do this speaking directly to you. You are taking the charge. I am like so proud of you. This is a big deal. You probably don't save some lives. You're gonna create community. Yes, beautiful thing. If you are in Utah right now, keep an eye out, Camille let us know them name. When you open up, we will promote you on the pike. Cast on the podcast help like opening day, let's get you hell. Yeah, we wanna support these spaces because crucial lake. You talked about James, how lake these faces are. Necessary in needed. So yes, thank you for reaching out Camille. This is combat. Keep us posted some buying, and I went to a drag. I went to drag the other night on a little mini date, and it goes happy friend of mine and I saw what you saw when you went to always this and the very ro, yes, the very front row of this track show their this seemingly. I don't know. No, but this a sexual couple, making the fuck out on the front row and center of the structure. It was distracting one in say anything like I even I was making a some dude in the front row. It'd be like a lot ro pay attention show. It's called. I was etiquette too. I mean, I was making out, but we're on the side in the make out. You knew your way to a dark corner or. I was on the side. I thought about making out I was making out with him. I thought about you. Respecting space because some people wanna see about you what I making out. I do. I wanna be at all times. Okay. That time giving weird now get no moral conscience. You like on the side shame. Arthur, watch this show. I did. I had a check. I was like, can I be over here? Okay. We're on the side. Okay. But the gratuitous like it was intense. It was high schoolers, you know, in high school, I discover making out nasty. Yeah, you know what? I call that. James. I call that bachelor ING because on the show the bachelor or on the show, the bachelorette when they go on dates, they there's always a time when the couple on the date is either in the middle of a concert or there's like some ethnic group dancing and they push their way to the middle and they dance and take up all the place and start making out. So whenever I see that happening, I'm like, these, this couple's bachelor Itting Lou good. Can we trademark that one. Good Manala Judy, they'll be bad slurring up in our queer spaces. Affected any spaces. Yeah. But what if I do as a protest? Like I go to a Trump rally, I'm going to die. Yeah, known, you want to save your life. I'm just saying like some people wanna watch whatever concert or show that they're at. They don't necessarily want to see you in the middle of the floor rolling around block their viewing on the ground. I mean, sometimes it's. People, these role surreal. Sometimes you just can't like your your emotions get caught up into the heat of the moment and then rack. On this day. Aside and make. Okay, fair enough. Fair enough. Out in public. I'm not at all. I'm just saying like the concert. Yeah, I got to courtesy thing..

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"manala" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"manala" Discussed on The Bible Project

"So here's why I don't think exclusive monotheism is helpful then because the term inclusive monotheism monotheism, that acknowledged the existence of other spiritual beings. But that's not what the word monotheism means in modern English monotheism means the belief that there's only one God capital g. God. Sure. Yeah. That's helpful to me is unhelpful, but think about this way. Right. Couldn't you say inclusive monotheism is saying, take the feline example given the lion is the supreme feline association with all other felines of any type cool. Exclusive monotheism. Yeah, there's no existence of other felines other than the line. Yeah, that doesn't make any because no ancient Jewish person Israelite ever believed that. So why do we even need it as a category got exclusive monotheism, right? That's a total modern enlightenment enough because our word God doesn't do the same thing as the world. Got that. That would be. So it's a service translation problem. Yeah, yeah. So in English, it makes sense. But the problem is is now on your translating Hebrew text and Greek texts from Hebrew thought, stops making sense. Yeah, that's right. Okay. Yeah, you got it. Okay. So with that category. Okay. Let me mature something exclusive Exclusive. monotheism. Monotheism denies the existence of any other Lyon, except for y'all way. Okay. Right. There's no other lion, there's no other God. It's kind of like saying, if the thought experiment would be, there's only one line on the planet. It's Harry. The lion at the point is only one exists. Yeah, is about to go at stink. Yeah. Well, this this winless Reverend. So you would say there is no other lion, but Harry, the lion at the Portland zoo felines. There's other felines Tigers and you say, and then you say there's other felines. So that's like saying there's no other God, but there are other special beings just depends on how you're using the word. Yeah, yeah, in English. But when someone saying exclusive monotheism, I think what they mean is there's no other lion even though, right. Well, in which case there's no difference between inclusive xactly. That's what I've turned to. Yes. So in which case, let's just use the word monotheism or again, we're, I'm trying to summarize academic debate that's been going doing. There's other. There's even more nerdy terms that have been thrown around like Manala Trie. Manala Trie. Yeah. If I, if I dollars is worshiping party game, monalisa tree means the worship of one. So some people use that to describe what's going on in the bible. Military, there are many elohim. We worship one elohim. Yeah, some people have proposed the word. He knows the ISM. He, no, he know which is the Greek word one. He know me tennis. Hanrahan us one. So one theme when theism that which is the belief in or it's not about belief, it's about one supreme about allegiance to one and these all arise from and it's not just allegiance to one. It's the belief that there's only one that has the premium, which is what allegiance to why we correct. Yeah, but the point is, of course in the ancient world that was that was a contested claim..

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"manala" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"manala" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Ask for jason daughter or any of the team or visit them on the web at ao s a b q dot com five years koa newsradio time five oh five attends manian devil has died the albuquerque bio park zoo but kayla died inter sleep early tuesday at the age of eight that exceeds attends manian devils normal life expectancy of five to six years michaela in three other tasmanian devils came to the biopark from australia in two thousand thirteen jasper male died under mysterious circumstances less than a year after arriving what he suffered a fractured skull another male died in two thousand sixteen from pneumonia and heart disease wall street today the dow was up two hundred ninety three points our next update at five thirty i'm laurie molin prank on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy news radio kk you'll be on newsradio kick obey 507 on newsradio kick you'll be you know the best way to keep your bed healthiest evita good quality pet food the nutrition experts at clark sped emporium can recommend the foods to keep your bed active and healthy clark's i love us west of san mateo manala want to bow and at clark's petscom bobby g what's up got a new accident braden this is gonna be eastbound alameda between jefferson and the freeway and that's causing a little bit of a backup there westbound for sales congested from about twenty five down to four street we still have that accident clearing right now that's going to be at edith and osuna fetching north and westbound traffic there and still seeing that congestion right around roy in your fourth because of that bosque fire if you see an accident call the traffic tracker hotline seven six seven nine hundred.

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"manala" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"manala" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"Board meetings to discuss properties so you we pay rent everywhere and we have a loan with a bank and we sort of own building and how often do you see the other three members amy poehler and ian roberts and messner map besser with his my brain doesn't get that one mad matter matthew besser matt best yes my brain you know very won't get that interesting messer besser joe bowser from the three stooges okay how often do you guys see each other i see map as her lot he lives in the valley and we do show like once a week called ask cat where we improvise around guest manala gist which is the show invited you to do and then ian lives way up in where wait a minute backup gas manala just what guest manala just so we do show that's been running for twenty years called ask cat where every week we have a guest manala gist we host the show it could be somebody like you could be an actor could be a sports what is what is that word a guest manala just storyteller oh amman promoting log person a purse guests who does monologue yes as they're called a guest managua guess manala gist i'm like saying is that a is that a real word somebody like that it is sure it is yeah a guest manala gis yes oh we got a suggestion from the audience and we'll bring out the guest and the audience will say peppermint bark or whatever and then that day the person on stage will go peppermint bark makes me think of christmas oh when i was in college i didn't go home for christmas they do a story that's like five to seven minutes i'll make that's my weight and then we do scenes the improvisers on the back wall when they're done we come out and sort of deconstruct elements that story and we just do improvise scenes from that story.

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"manala" Discussed on Important If True

Important If True

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"manala" Discussed on Important If True

"By the faintest veneer of there not being a person mirror so that i don't have to think about the fact that i am interfacing with a purse right and that's fine i see as long as it seems advanced on with your wanted advance i just wanted to say nonemissive i don't want to have to look this person to me i i don't want to have to even have the chance that i might have to relate to they've got a here on a human level jake remember months ago when we went to that robot coffee cathay yes what if they're just the dude in there quickly like spitting his arms around that like earlier earlier in joysticks who just come good at manala harare's literally inside what if that was a canadaarm you guys what if the canadaarm is just really tall guy with the long arm waving at around yeah that's whenever you see video whenever i you whatever icy video of a bear i always just think it's a guy at a bear suited jacqueline it looks like that you can see that stuff about when bitcoin was really exploding in value late last year on uelmen just on an odd essentially almost an exponential scale and all the there were all these coin things going on and people are making new coins and everyone is buying the coins and people going crazy for credit currency they're gonna crypto crazy uh when that happened all the cereal sorry all this it has all all these other companies i made even mentioned on this podcast but like all these other companies that had nothing to do with cryptocurrency or an currency or computer is suddenly just like wants james watching alan colmes like the long island iced tea company renamed itself the long block chain company and its stock just skyrocketed yep i mean that's basically what we are describing here with a where futures claim that your kind of just normal service industry thing is powered by advanced a 'yes yes so you can still does like pay normal people to do it and they do it probably like as bowed as well as a computer can any way then.

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"manala" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"manala" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Clear hall of famer and now he's forty two years old he just wants to hold on is he just he wants to keep playing baseball and he admits it he's i get when i was forty two i started using steroids this to hold on for another few years would you view him as a cheat and say i'm gonna completely penalize everything else he ever did i don't wanna manala fame yes i would welcome you have because he's saying that is he really showing you the truth because you're a cheap based on the fact that you don't believe him more so than it was only the end of his career bought i still think he's a cheater it's because you believe that that stories true he could have been doing it the whole time or part of that time yeah get where you're saying but i think there's a very good chance that there are guys already in the hall of fame that in order to hold on started using steroids at a my eyes i wouldn't say i'm taking them out of the museum or i'm not putting them in the museum because of what they did the final year or two of their careers frank and rockland county hey good team you in your wife and father yesterday at the meeting gree uh thanks again so the question i thought it was pointed out by the very civil could meeting you and and the rest of the some lobs a couple of observations anthony from fourth four seventeen who actually already knows right year me four nineteen he was dead on evil in the mets do something great life the hostile league at other perks that they do a lot for a season ticket holders they don't publicize it so even when the we'll find in the much get something right they got they got a winner of the end with all those perks they advertise it that's a major plus that a lotta season ticket holders aren't aware of great before about the mets that they are organization as far as players and money drives me nuts but they do a great job with their season ticket holders there should be a benefit no matter what team era subscriber to whether it's the knicks or the jets or.

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"manala" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"manala" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

"Shut here's the best rabies kevin still doing weird shit and you just aliens out at all man and there's i you know we'll go to the opening of an envelope apparently in a good way keys keystone islamic always up for being very creatively spreads it arise renaissance man did you add that album has been that he put out a while ago that had the cover of o common people it's a great fuck and cover it's great to but he doesn't just was like you want to sleep with common people you wanna sleep with gum of people like me that's how we were one of the justice league got married aqua man announced his marriage this week uh jason manala volley married longtime girlfriend lisa bona remember her from the guy they've been together for twelve years they have two kids lola and eight year old nicola wolf not a fucking name by the way grave name it is to be twelve years they finally got married this was back in october they kept the secret they didn't want to release it until the time was right but they announced it and here's the family right here looking very happy and i'm guessing more than little smelly that's like pachulia or something there's something going on possibly pretty group of people it is have you been watching justice league footage comes out very very soon next week i know so they've been putting up monarch he ran lots more stuff yeah he's he looks like he's steals the she looks like he's having fun now which is nice speaking of movies that we love iron man of course one of the great comic book super movies of all time now here's a dude and i knew that eventually someone we take this there's a real life man reallife tony stark was built his own flying suit that he can fly around in like iron man it's called the daedalus is the name of the suit it's connects today to listen occurs exactly an could but wait but wait there's more and the idea that story musburger flew to close to the sun on wings of wax and died i was acre i think oh so he's like on the way out of the yeah.

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