22 Burst results for "Mathilde"
Roald Dahl's Matilda: Favourite Books
"We thought we talk about some of our favorite books when your kids. This is a question we got a. What was your favorite things to read. When you were younger we thought we do an episode on it and You wanna start. Give us one of your favorite books. Yes oh i had a hard time choosing just books and i have gone with a couple Authors and i'm going to start with one of the old classics role doll. Because i really loved mathilde. But i also really loved the witches and i loved danny champion of the world. There are many many books by roald. Dahl that very much loved. So but matilda was probably my favorite mathilde classic movie. Featuring mara wilson danny devito perelman none of important featuring the trunch bull mathilde a book all about a little girl with special magical powers who goes to school and and she has really crummy parents and then she goes to a school where there's a really crummy principal But then she meets a teacher named miss honey and things start to go a little bit better for her and it's great. Yeah and there's magic realism. It's really fun book. Probably if you're around our age you seen the movie. It's still a great book for kids. The movie holds up. it's all great yeah And and other books by roald dahl are also really good the witches which also has just recently a movie on. Hbo max and it's another movie from our childhood. That was very scary. I don't recommend it. Also which is for slightly older kids kind of scary
"Inland Lakes Wisconsin just south of the state's border with Michigan there was once a house on West Bay Lake a Victorian built in the nineteen tents, surrounded by Scrub Oak, and then northern Pines, it once held twenty rooms. The property was initially used as a rustic resort before it was renovated into a stately mansion by civil engineer and businessman Robert Lamont in nineteen sixteen. Lamont his wife Helen Gertrude would vacation there during the nineteen twenty s, and through his tenure as President Herbert hoovers secretary of Commerce during the Great Depression. The Lamont's called their home summer wind. Lamont left the President Service in nineteen, thirty, two likely withdrawing to the mansion to recuperate after an exhausting and in many ways fruitless effort to pull the United States out of its economic spiral. According to a frequently repeated legend, the couple was having dinner in the houses kitchen one night when the door to the basement shook itself. Revealing the spectral form of a man. Lamont panicked in fired two shots as the door swung shot leaving two bullet holes in the door. Perhaps it was this experience that caused the couple to flee the house. The details of when and why the Lamont sold their property are unclear. What is now is that by the time Lamont died in nineteen, forty eight summer win belong to the Keefer family who also used it as a vacation getaway. Unfortunately the Kiefer's experienced many misfortunes in summer wind, according to one story Mr Keefer passed away in less than a year after they purchased the house, leaving his wife in despair and dire financial trouble. Across the three decades, the Kiefer's haunted. The house deteriorated with neglect, and its land was eventually subdivided and offered up for sale. However many of the buyers were allegedly forced to back out the last minute because of sudden financial disasters. The unlucky house kept returning to the Kiefer's. In the early nineteen seventies, a family of eight moved into the home with the promise of renovating it. The darkness of summer wind would terrorize arnold ginger, hinshaw and their six children. Fracturing their bonds and their sense of safety forever A. Birdie was almost seven years old. She knew she was too old to be sneaking door. Parents bed anymore, even if this house was old and weird. The door's stuck so hard that she was sure that one of her older brothers must have glued them shut Bryan probably. A few hours. It would open on its own. The curtains disappeared off the walls. Windows flew open and slammed shut in the middle of the night. But she was growing up. She could deal with all this. Until, it wasn't just the House that was acting strangely. Their Father Arnold had been angrier than usual. She tried to give her allowance to see if that would cheer him up. But he only side and gone back to his organ. She hated the organ. It was big and it sounded like there was an owl, stuck inside crying out for someone to save him from the hollow tubes. Every song her father played was dark and sad. It made her think of thunderstorms and the boogie man that her brother Brian had tried to convince her was the real cause of all the trouble. But birdie new Brian, was wrong. She took Brian's dare to look under the bed, but she didn't see the monstrous. You'll allies a long toothed man with a dusty top hat. No. When she looked under the bed. She was met by the soft gaze of a woman. Her name was Mathilde and she only wanted to sit with the family at dinner because her family had gone away. birdies parents didn't like when Birdie said this, but it was true. It was important for them to know that Matilda didn't mean to impose. Birdie was glad to have mathilde with her that night. When the radiator shrieked to the wind held the sometimes invisible woman held the little girl's hand, she pushed against the heavy door that led to Birdie's parents fromm. Six lumps protruded from the sheets like old covered furniture. It was her family all safely nestled together in the same bed. Aside from her father of course, who was banging away at the Oregon downstairs. birdie crawled in alongside her siblings, asking Mathilde to watch out for them. Matilda gave a small not. Birdie closed her eyes and tried to sleep. But the organ wouldn't let her it. Screech didn't squawked and couldn't help but picture the owl with gaping wound, flapping its wings and trying to escape. Her mother ginger pulled her in tight. birdie filter is grow heavy as the tears started to dry her cheeks. She didn't want to sleep. She needed to know what would happen with the Oregon. But Matilda held her hand and sleep took her in the end. Two hands grabbed onto birdie shelters her I shot open and she screamed. In the darkness, the whites of her father's eyes glow. Is Features look bigger rounder almost like the ghost. She'd been for Halloween. Huge wide is antic keeping mouth. Birdie rubbed her eyes. He shook her a little harder than before. Ginger woke up beside her and asked what was going on. Arnold, let go birdie and clapped his hands with excitement. He found something he said. Birdie pulled the covers over her head. She wasn't interested in show and tell right now they could do that later. A rush of cold air grasp at birdies skin as her father pulled away the top sheet. But till the stood behind shelter, Birdie asked her if things would be all right, but till the sugar head gently. Birdie wasn't sure what she meant. Birdie climbed out of the big bed. Her feet clenched as they touch the floor. Everything, in the house was so cold. She turned to watch your mom. Wake up all the other kids. She didn't get why her data Wilkin her up. I. He should have gone an order then she could have slept more.
"mathilde" Discussed on Mission Daily
"How to convince people that front is the best place to work and so making sure that you know recruiting team are hiring. Managers are trained to talk about. Why Francie so great and the really is. That's not how we do it today. Like what we do is. Let's say you interviewed front and I'm chatting with you but you are treated as a matter lay. We'll try to understand what would make you most happy in your job and just telling you imagine you're out of your job tomorrow in your trying to design your dream job. What does it look like from value stage space role location like comp you can think of trade to think about where you would thrive in our commitments is to tell you if function deliver that to you because if we don't think French and deliver that you because it's a competitive no matter what you'll leave two years from now and you know we would have Bush spend time and energy and would have not necessarily been a successful thing so I think maybe the one thing I've learned is changing your mindset and instead of being able to convince someone wife is so great just training your people to be very good at understanding deeply what people want built trust so that then you can tell them this is a good fit or this is not a good fit definitely yeah any interaction? That's more voluntary. Tensely to better outcomes with artists it also tends to resemble play a lot more so which brings us back to Lagos. Tolstoi goes and the LEGOS IDEA programme. Yeah I think I've always loved legos. The very first story of fronts and leaguers was I was in France in a co working space with another company called Air Coal and they were doing a phone system and they were pretty much the same staged as us like pre product market. Fit trying to get your first users and with the other issue whom sing tonight. We said the first by these dates. The company that has the highest number of user can liquidate wanting liquor store. I one I picked like the Volkswagen minivan and so I started building legos. And then what happened? After that was I moved the team here you know. No one really had friends or family here. So when activity? We're doing was bang. The biggest legal sets in building them in the office with there are feminists would come their kids would come in. We will build them and then it was report of our culture. You know maybe a your. We started every new empty. Could Start by choosing legal. Said they wanted in the legal store and then they would build it at France in that would be a good or for other people to build it with them and to get to know every new employee and cecile today. If you join from the first thing that will ask you to speak illegal in the liquor store and the vertical cool and I'm curious if you implemented anything like the Lagos idea programme like internally or actually sits chesapeake is for example when we think about learning and developments. It's like a legal for many different bricks and you can choose the brakes that you think are most relevant to you. And that's how we present our learning and development program now in the products. I think frontiers a tool. It's a good thing and a bad thing but I as a tool that can allow you to so much and you have so many different tools like she can create a commission you can treat enemies contrived efforts you can create. Collaboration workshops will but too many times we ask our users to figure that out themselves like you have this Lego box and bolt something and so one focus for us. This year is being able to provide templates so that if you want to achieve a certain thing like for example you want to have better `Solas just to make sure that you always relate to your customers in less than three hours. This is how you do it and we don't ask you to figure everything out so I think we may have pushed the legal energy be too far in that. That's really exciting. There's GonNa get plays out of the box that you can run business. The other thing I wanted to bring up and kind of like recognize that I think your selection of investors and partnerships in everything obviously very strategic you're partnering with companies that have tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of business clients. Already which reminds that when it comes to building partnerships or the strategic alliances with capital partners. So I think the way I think about an egg in specifically talk about investments. Sue The people that will invest in. Your company will deal with you forever. You know there are many ways you can always within a believe. It should not want that to happen. There are very few ways we can part ways with in histories and the thing that I've always asked for is at a given stage when I bring you investors and board like what do we need most and who is most likely to provide this value for example for our series B. Like I chose. Branch are secure for two different reasons for sequoia and for branch Sequoia was a really good institute is a very good brand and allows us to hire the best people. Brian has a ton of experience with companies that build categories new categories. So-called tricks Drug sprayed in a new category and they were horizontal products. They have you markets but there are challenges. How do you educate the market? Like how do people understand what you're doing when you're creating something brand new and you can say well it's just like salesforce? No nothing like anything so I think that was at the time. Brian had experience with it. And we want you to keep delays in this one of my other be joined with. I need to bring executives. I think executives are reassured. When you're back bay greats S- aquarium cigarette. That's how I made the district searcy. Two years later I felt lake. Brian at sequoia and they really helped us and would continue helping us in the coming years in so instead I was seeing more and more challenges with skill and I think building a company often people very different from one hundred very different from one thousand and I expected that the challenges I would see in the future would be skilled in. Zoom is a company. That has an a wonderful job at having a very strong business keeping an amazing culture and you use focus and happiness of their employees in their customers. And so. That's why I wanted Eric to be part of it. Adolescent I think has an incredible job as being very customer centric Veer PROC centric very imprecise entry quilt tricks. They've raised their S. wonders. Before they got they. They've built an amazing business. But at the same time. Naked to Ryan jared there at the DP carrying interviews. So I think I was seeing these challenges as we would grow in in. I wanted to be inspired by the best people in this way. I trust them. Sure and thank you so much for being generous with your time. Now you have to get going here in a minute. Any final thoughts. You want to leave for anyone. That's listening that's maybe ambitious about business working in the business or maybe they're operating one right. Now is an executive versa. While I think that a few things I mean I have so many bits l think about a few the first thing is working a new company are if you starting a new company. Stop thinking about whether it's normal. That is hard because it's hard no matter how successful your company's GonNa be or how successful you are going to be in that role into that will give you hit. Space number. Two is prioritize your mental health. Like you never know how big of a change it can lead to but the reality is in the same way that you exercise you know every week like you need to help your brain deal with whatever challenging things. They're going to deal with and so I would think whatever works for you you again meditation. Anything and then the last thing I would says I see a lot of people who want to do something risky to start a company or to this very early stage company but Cherkasov many risks. And you just have one life. It's like Donald is for you know what will be recent on your leaning profile. La- suggests good duets. And even if it doesn't work you will learn super quickly so thanks so much for tuning in and we'll see next as a small business owner in ultracompetitive Silicon Valley. I used to worry about losing my top talent. I don't anymore and here's why I figured out how to offer. Access to robust benefits like a big company does but I couldn't do it on my own. That's we're trying. That came in. Try that helps. Tens of thousands of businesses across the US with hr they provide you topnotch industry tailored services for your HR needs. If you're building a business you know you need a great team trying at is your team for. Hr when you choose China you'll help support independent media like mission daily. Thanks for listening.
"mathilde" Discussed on Mission Daily
"Find a heart solution sue. How do they get there? And I will tell you how it manifest life. But how did they get there? I think for the first three years of my life. I spent eight hundred time. Working on front microphone. Spent time working on France. I don't remember having many weekends or vacations. And then my co-founder got sick was diagnosed with cancer in every single week. I was staying with him. It gets worse and worse two points that it had to go through Suny Chemo's and at that point I realized for the first time while first of all a part of me thinks that if you had not worked that much maybe would not have been whether it's right or wrong doesn't matter I believe. That's it's played a role in that bothered me and then. I also realized well like you might die in. I care about fron but at the end of the day like I care about him. Being happy healthy human being way more than I care about front. And when you're just doing your company is very hard to put things into perspective but when something shocking like this happen while you have literally Now like eighteen months after it was declared cancer free. So it's a story that ended really well but the thing that I always you know struggle with is. I'm very grateful that I got this experience to remain me. That's my company was one thing that I deeply cared about. But then there were other things like my family. My friends may health that were more imporant and Zam going. Well was a first step to the company being the best in the best environments that I could work on. That was true for me but it was true for every so in an hour I will do a presentation to the new court of increase that restrained front and I will. It's called all about front and they will tell the story of makeup under and I will tell them well at the end of the day like what I want you to do is first of all like take care of yourself lake. Take care of your whole. Spend time with your family because you were anew your best work if you have this great nation so this is one big thing that happened to me. I just wish that they didn't have to go through. This and I wish that no one has to go through something s painful to realize that that your life is just beyond the company. You're running thank you for sharing that story and I think it's so important because oftentimes we get caught in the new show the day to day things. Just keep going faster and faster and more to do after that happened and after you know. He went into remission and beat cancer. How did you re prioritize your life or continue to make changes so you could incorporate your family friends and you feel like you succeeded than getting a good balance between everything so I do believe I succeeded Ed but the thing that I realize is. It's a daily struggle meaning like it's very easy to do that well for a year and then you're could into like as you said so many urgent important things and then you forget about them into sue. What happened after that abuses? I had to change a lot about just how I was living so I started meditating. Every morning I started exercising more started eating more healthy. I started taking Pto when I was PTO. I didn't look at my computer or any work education. Later after that I started removing Almeida's foundations and then later I started deleting all my apps from my phone and a grey scale and so I feel like every year in a sense. I become more extreme but I don't make them more extreme. It's just like the thing that worked for me. Let me three years ago today but because I don't have this remainder like this shocking reminder. That happened to me three years ago. I just need to be a little more drastic in how I do them to me. That's the answer is yes. I think I still do a really good job at at having this balance. But maybe being a bit more extreme in what? I do to allow me to never full back in the trap of right to work and it sounds like you're being thoughtful about the pruning process of cutting things out. That aren't really serving you in Eliminating some of these stimulus right from your phone switching over to gray scale things like that because you're already getting information overload with your job so outside of work. You mentioned meditation sports laughing like that. I'm curious when it comes to books and learning and conversations with friends. How do you do most of your learning soon? It's interesting so I think I do learnings Three different ways. The first one is I learn a lot by doing and I think what matters is doing but then being very self-aware they you know you wonder if you're on a cell phone and they think very interesting topic is how do you work in your self awareness because everybody wants to be self aware but into. I've found so it's very hard to face but at the end of the day. Which will allow you to be. Self aware is understanding where your strengths and weaknesses are and being comfortable enough with your strengths. That you'll be able to admit your witnesses so like whether you work with therapist or a coach like I honestly don't think that you can figure it as yourself in or like someone Super Bass Lake your friends and husbands or wives or like can help but so I. I've worked with someone in order to help me understand better who I am and it's funny because I I would have described myself for years ago. Someone confident and self aware butts. You asked me today. After having worked many years with the person I've worked with like I feel like I know myself so much better so I think you never end this journey understanding yourself but so that's something that I really believe in is like working with a professional so that you work on your cell phone or an s that learning by doing is actually thing number two is. I've always had a group of people that I could learn from. And these people have evolved over time when we were a company within people than I had peers that that I could talk to and and being held I had this great mentor. Patrick Goodison from Stripe. Who was one of the first be devers in France because stripe this email transparency? Police you got so much value out of it into use one helping me a lot in the initial days then you know. Jared Smith Of tricks is someone. I met two years ago and then I started learning so much through him and he begins someone that and I think you know what you will learn and what you will want to learn at different stages of your journey is different and so the just making sure that you meet some New People and now the thing is I have a very close. It's not like I have fifty people that are helping me like it's impossible to keep them in the everything that's happening. And then the last thing is just either a watching contents. Like whether it's stokes at conferences or reading books or listening to podcasts. Is also something that I try to prioritize specifically like for example when I say I'm not working when I'm on PTO. I'm actually not doing any day to day work but I might read a book. Listen to but gas and that's the moment where my brain is more willing to do this because when I'm working till six PM and then I go back home. I don't think the first thing I want to read this business work. So that's the moment I do it. Vertical and when you're thinking about building culture in the bay area it's obviously a hyper competitive environment for talent you mentioned. You're getting ready to address some new employees. And are there any thoughts that you've had recently about culture building? And how is your view on that change throughout these years? Yeah I'm into since day one. I will always embrace the fact that he was competitive because given our mission is to create like the best place to work in Bushwick internally but also build tools that allow companies to have a great place to work. I thought well I'd rather be in the most competitive environment because like if I'm finished to create a place where you are happy to come to work every day and it's the most competitive then. Yeah Yeah so one in it's something. I've embraced maybe my learning on this because the radius is competitive. And you just have to deal with. That is maybe one mistake I might have done in. The past is filling like because it's competitive then what I need to do as a leader of organization is to make sure that we knew.
Warriors: Matilda of Tuscany
"Of Tuscany. Matilda was born in ten. Forty six in Luca Tuscany. She was the daughter of a prominent ruler in northern Italy. When she was just six years old her father was assassinated. Her siblings died soon. After making Mathilde the sole heir to her family's Fortune Matilda's mother then married the Duke of Upper Lorraine an enemy of the Holy Roman Emperor Henry the third in response the Emperor Kidnap Matilda and her mother and brought them to Germany. He kept them as hostages for a year until he eventually reconciled with the Duke. That experience marked the beginning of Matilda's lifelong animosity towards the Holy Roman emperor. Matilda married the Duke Son in ten sixty nine and they had a child who passed away as an infant after that. Matilda move back to Italy with her mother to rule like her father. Matilda was a stringent supporter of the pope. She became close friends with Pope. Gregory the seventh and was involved in his conflict with the emperor when Henry the fourth became holy Roman Emperor. He and Pope Gregory clashed over the power balance of the Holy Roman Empire. Henry pushed to increase the power of the emperor over the clergy insisting that he had the right to appoint new bishops pope. Gregory wanted to preserve his power and excommunicated Henry the pope also passed a resolution that stunted. Henry's power staving. Henry's underlings had no obligation to obey him. Henry feared the possibility of a rebellion. So in the harsh winter of ten seventy seven he made the long journey to Matilda's castle and Canosa to meet Pope Gregory and beg his forgiveness. After being forced to wait in the cold for three days Henry was permitted to enter the gates cook humiliated Henry further. I making him walk barefoot through the snow and kneel at his feet and penance. This became an iconic historical seen right. Matilda's Gregory revoked Henry's excommunication but the conflict didn't end there. Henry was excommunicated two more times for other offenses after his excommunication in ten eighty Matilda remained at war with him for over two decades. Sometimes she would don armor and personally lead her troops into battle. She also helped finance. The pope's military operations Mathilde battled against Henry until his death in eleven o six in their final conflict. Matilda gathered an army of local small landowners. Who were familiar with the territory there? Quick communication gave them an edge over the emperor. Soldiers Matilda herself wrote on the battlefield surrounded by a small group of loyal men. Henry's battalion found difficult terrain and watch towers raining spears at every turn. Though the Imperial Army was strong these small advantages turned the tide in favor of Mathilde allowing her to hold the territory of northern Italy. Not only was she victorious. Mathilde strategy one over several towns to her side united against imperial rule. Henry never put up much of a fight again. Mathilde forced to soldiers to retreat. Whenever she showed up to lead her army she also lets successful sieges of several more cities in ten ninety. Three MATHILDE convinced Emperor Henry Son to rebel against him and seize the crown. Eventually after Henry. The Fourth Death Matilda made peace with the Imperial Establishment. Before passing away and
Michelle Williams is Engaged and Pregnant and the Timeline is Weird
"Michelle. Williams is pregnant and engaged to brand new guy who seemingly came out of nowhere. His his name is Thomas Kale and the two met while he directed her in Fossey Verdon. He's also known for being the director of Hamilton. This news broke on on people dot com on Monday which featured the couple posing and some. I'm in love photos alongside the news of their engagement and pregnancy and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah on the surface. Is this all sounds kind of like a painfully boring a listener getting married Blah Blah Blah. But actually it's not boring. It's super interesting. A and very very weird and possibly suspect first off. It's worth noting that Michelle and Thomas are allegedly still married to other people and they also allegedly just met each other a few months ago. This timing if true it feels very noah Baumbach. Greta Gerwig levels of like So so if you're wondering why they went with like the the flashy old school publicist coordinated in people dot com about their pregnancy and engagement. Well first first of all they snuck it in over the New Year's Eve holiday which is a slow news week and maybe they were hoping it wouldn't get that much coverage and secondly she's going to be on the red carpet but this Sunday for the Golden Globe so I'm guessing maybe they're trying to get ahead of the buzz around her. Having a a baby bump page six covered. This writing quote. Many media insiders raised their eyebrows on Monday evening when a cheery piece appeared on people magazine's website announcing the news that Michelle Williams is pregnant and engaged to the Hamilton director. Thomas Kale but the piece which features a family album worthy `Paparazzi shot of the happy pair conspicuously neglected to mention the fairly juicy fact that both Williams and Kale were in serious relationships with other people when they met just a few months ago page six later added quote. The Omission Lead tabloid veterans to speculate that Williams's camp slipped the exclusive to people on the condition that the weekly keep mum about the potentially embarrassing circumstances of their Happy Union and quote sidebar. I Love The phrase tabloid veteran. Can I be a tabloid veteran. I WanNa be a tabloid loyd veteran. Anyway so yeah it seems like they got together and you know they did kind of a tit for tat with people where they were like. Don't talk about how the timing is maybe shady the and maybe we liked cheated or something. Just post the happy pictures of us in Yay. We're all good anyway while most of the world was getting completely blackout drunk on New Year's Eve. These brave souls at my favorite gossip site Ono. They didn't restricting together. A detailed timeline of Michelle Williams's relationships throughout the past three years they summed up her kind of serial serial monogamy writing quote January twenty eighteen Williams dating possibly engaged to Andrew Use men July twenty eighteen williams. Mary's Aries Phil Elvira begins work on Fossey Verdon December second twenty eighteen. Thomas Kale attends the Kennedy Center honors with wife Angela Christian in March two thousand Nineteen Fossey Vert and wraps April twenty nineteen the Williams slash. elver separation is made public Kale attends the premiere of his show without his wife December. Two Thousand Nineteen Williams and Kale announce their engagement and pregnancy end quote. So there you have it Michelle. Williams is having her second child. Silence her kid. Mathilde is getting a little sibling congrats. Michelle and Thomas Kale. Who cares about the the timing and you know the other people whatever? It's all good happy for. Are you guys
"mathilde" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
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"mathilde" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"And so it's a matter of actually learning to learn what we're learning as we actually grow up US I guess what I learned the most of the connect to that. Yes maybe that's the biggest thing to Britney trust and and connect to myself friend and listen Savoy instead of the all the noise you know that really kind of can take you away from from pop and they give the trump if I can call called. Yeah that's a very honest and thoughtful answering and I have to say just listening to you. Speak family all around the world but it does sound like you have an admirations for I mean obviously many people do but it does give an admiration for your father. not inauguration direction. Now I just I love my father very much ness I admire henman. Just like an Meyer. My mother and and other people actually book I YEA Meyer. What he is who he is and what he's what he's done and and for being able to accept here things that weren't Ways that he was started in all and and being open to that And for being the supportive father. He's been yes for sure. Why Meyer and yes I do? I do because because because we live in an age where people are buried in their cellphones. Their buried in technology there so I almost feel like many. People don't take the opportunities to appreciate their parents to appreciate their loved ones. That seems like when I talked to you. That's that's never been an issue for your almost the complete clean up. You're very appreciative. Of all the wonderful family members and people you have in your life. I don't know if he nowadays Santa News Track of that. I think that what you choose to look at really because both are there in. I think there are people who who are not appreciative. And and are people who are. I think it's always been like that. I don't know if he does take A away from gratitude. I'm not sure about that I could say great things about social media and not so great things about it I guess Ah My more appreciative than than the record. I don't think so I. I think it's important something that I'm implementing in my life because it feels good than I think. Think value 'CAUSE 'cause I believe it's important But Yeah I don't know people really don't do it as much today. Hey I wanted him they do the action. You know What I've been looking into the past couple of years more than than before was the the law of attraction manifestation and gratitude enough for nations and all those things that I believe? A lot of people are connecting to more nowadays than Dan than they were before. It's not ever But it's true that it is a society that focuses a lot on on me. It all begins from there at the same time it all starts from UH spend and our opinions are on the hours at the end of the day. What we believe in is is reading is really you know I I? I'm not sure how to get your points. I definitely understand what you're saying. You know just a little technical here for those listening you know you got a New York Film Academy Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. You have some experience with the Meisner technique for those of you. Listening that's encouraging acting not acting on emotion impulses leading with your heart. Did you find that stuff helped you along the way material that the stuff you want a New York shy. I'm sure I I couldn't leave I'm still quote unquote nowhere and you know I mean I'm just on my journey. I where I answered as definitely the result of of overseas things They were so necessary. Yeah the Meisner was necessary to message was really against the the biggest for me in terms terms of having a strong technique to rely on stocks to me And my senses. You know it just what works for me but the Meisner also works for me. There are lots of things that I get from it but I did not study Meisner as long as I studied a message. And 'cause I didn't want to go any further From where really I stopped because I wanted to go to spend a message. Then talk to me more so yeah definitely. It's those are wonderful the full. I believe you should have something that they can make. A break can be so many things you know lots of people. Most people I believe has a suitcase. You know all these different things it from the fan right. These different tools for sure for sure without it I could untried could not have done what they have done. Arthur rock and I have to ask you this because many people all my actors. I asked the same question you know who do you. I don't WanNa see you credit one person person but is there a mentor. You have or mentors that you've had kind of as you've gone through this process of becoming an actor while hi it's For sure I was very lucky to how many people supported me and believe in me but I guess if I have to name to From the two schools from Strasbourg against from the New York. SCHNECK Adamy I the New York Mcadams the very first person who reading. Can you believe me. And who's been in my life since was randomly Santiago WHO's a wonderful actor and director and singer and artists and human being? He's just a wonderful person and right from the beginning. I classes there She just kind of to clean Under his Wing right and she. She's been in my life ever since she's directive somewhere that I've I've vote and the I've been in some of his work and and we still are engine others for that would be readily And then from Strasbourg local Who's written also so books On domestic was wonderful and he's still in my life than I was over at her house last weekend so she's also been absolutely we'll pass me and and teaching me and and yeah. Yeah that's well said to and you know I have to say you have a love of writing from the research I've seen in. Where does your your? Where does that come from the fact that you love? I hope I'm using that word when I say love your love in writing. Where's I come from I I honestly I don't know when it it came ring to the surface? I were really fun. You know why I can't have right. I can actually right and maybe some bail actually be doing in great work was after is one conscious that each track record of Strasbourg works where basically I had gone through. See Neither one One summer after had been Trasbourg for a year I believe at that point and I saw the play that had been pigs that year and so so I wanted to see the play and I found out on the end that it was written by students and I thought wow were you guys stick and I learned about the program program and I thought you know what maybe maybe I'll maybe I'll send. I'll write something and I'll send it and I can put up the plate. You know I see. I never thought that I would actually win 'cause NYU will Competes and I'm not American and I had to learn English on your fears before his info. You know all these things together. What the hell we'll try to? And so I did. And I ended up winning and so Margaret Kessler Margaret Lad. He's the wife of Life Kessler Wonderful Writer Chose lay and she became my writing adviser and and he put the play together and and that was wonderful. And that's when I thought you know what I think I can write Before I was always writing you know here and there and as a try I I love to write poems and you know in journals then right but I never really thought that you know I I think people with with it and the Especially after the production of the play I will never forget this guy. He came to me he was looking for me after the production. And and I why he just told me how you were the only crying. And you're reminded handle story with him of of story of his and he was so moved by it and so oh wow diary. Had a big impact on me thinking. Wha- I guess I can touch people within great so yeah no certainly yeah. It definitely sounds like you have a gift for it. You know and I have to say well. Well if somebody came up to me and said you know your podcast touch me. Or that's I mean that would say it's somewhat reflective of your abilities. That's a great thing that's a really good thing and you know one. The other things is we're GONNA get certainly castle rock in a moment but how ironic uses that. You have a love of writing. And you're starring in this show.
"mathilde" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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Italian architect Renzo Piano to design new Genoa bridge
"The Italian architect. Renzo piano will oversee the construction of a new bridge in Genoa following the collapse of the former stature that killed forty three. People tennis of Mathilde designed for the new structure for free and says his bridge will be completed in twelve months, and we'll lost for a thousand years. We'll Markle's Ivan Kavala joins us now from Milan Ivan the bridge collapsed in August. It was a terrible disaster. The loss of life, obviously, also economically. Yes, sir. That's true. In terms of the traffic going into general poor because it's a critical port for northern Italy. The estimates so far range between a billion and two billion euros in terms of lost revenue. So it's been an economic killer for for region that for longtime has been has been isolated in this bridge collapse. Only were. In that situation for Genoa and the Liguria region. So how political has this? We building process being. Well, yes, for sure politics have have entered into the fray here because you have different factions always within the government itself if you think about the governing coalition with the the populace five star. And then the the league, you know, the five star has been noted for their opposition to infrastructure projects the tavern project in the Nevada Sousa region. That would connect Leon with with Turin. There's been a lot of movement against these these projects and also a bypass highway by system in general itself, which was long discussed and would have been actually a great help. If if it had been in place, or at least part of it had been in place when when when the it collapsed, and so there are a lot of finger pointing there's also the minister of infrastructure. To know any himself who you know, has said that in the past old bridge wouldn't collapse and five star movement. Exponents been saying that, you know, there was a lot of gloom and doom that it wasn't true. And then of course, we we saw the tragedy in August. And so the government at least the five star component is trying to now say say face on that. But on the inside if you look at the the administration there, you have a mayor whose independent, but central right? And that's the first time there's been a center right leading the city since nineteen seventy five with the governor from fourteen Talia, and they together have been seen as a team. That's that's helped this process moving along. We're now we have this announcement that with Renzo piano design, we'll possibly in twelve months, see at least most of the bridge completed. I'm not sure if in twelve months, they'll be traffic running across. Those those lanes, but there is hope one can say Renzo piano himself is from Genoa. And of course, as we know he's designed some of the most famous buildings in the world the pump descend to the shot at the Whitney museum and so on. But this is his hometown. He told Laura Republica that what was needed was beautiful and safe bridge that we provide a rebirth and redemption for Genoa, this really isn't just another bridges at this a lot of emotion behind it. Definitely. I mean, you think about Renzo piano. He has done some projects if you think about the poor twenty co in Germany when the city hosted as a cultural capital ninety two he he has done something's there. But this this would obviously be a landmark project something along the lines of the buildings that you've mentioned before that fit. He is known for and really the city needs something uplifting right now because this was just a terrible tragedy. And also. Reinforced the relation of an area that has has long been impeded by this and could really be abuse economically. I mean think about the railway tunnel one of the companies said he improperly, which is now being handed the job to do the bridge design or the bridge construction. I should say they're involved in finally getting together, the railway tunnels that would link up general with with Milan. And this thing has been going along in delays since the early nineties and finally, proper, let's say construction and digging has has has begun in the last few years, and there's hope that in twenty twenty one if all goes, well, this would be a key link between Genoa all the way through Germany and Rotterdam and would help Genoa because for example, right now, see traffic with containers.
"mathilde" Discussed on The A24 Podcast
"And it's also something that I feel like teenagers deal with a lot more narrow. Absolutely. I mean, I personally feel like a lot of that is with growing up with social media. Yeah. Because I mean like I could go into a long speech about those. But like all of your mistakes are now permanent. Yeah. And that is terrifying. Yeah. Number one. You're posting pictures of yourself in pictures are like they they have to be perfect now because you can retake them so many times, you know, you can delete your picture, but it could still be on there somewhere. Do you have social media? I do. Tragically? When when did your parents, let you get social media? Maybe twelve my dad's shaking his head over there. Oh, he's he's putting up his finger like he like you were older. Yeah. It was in that range. I feel like that was the age that that we let are we we have three kids and two of them are nine years old. So they're not on social media at all. But Mathilde is and our decision was or you know, my thinking right was because I think I was wrong. I'm going to say this, and I'm gonna take credit for it. Because I think I was wrong. I felt like, you know, this was something that she you know, that she's going to have in her life, and and she needs to learn how to use it responsibly. But I don't believe that you can really do that. When you're when you're that young. I don't think you can use social media responsibly period. Yeah. I mean, it's it's such a messed up thing. If you really think about it and marketing. Social relationships. Yeah. Which is so insane. And I mean, yeah. So why are we on it? Why why do we because this is a conversation that I'm having with myself? Actually, I every day if I had the answer to that. I probably wouldn't be on high self. I don't know..
"mathilde" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon
"Follow him. He and it was like I let him I let him. And we thought of. How long what's an old time? Yeah. But they saying that in sister act. Oh my God. Yeah. But yes. Yeah. Just truly is it called choreographing when you're doing cheer routine. Yeah. The whole team. But if you're making cheer, I guess, you're just making cheer for sure. I hey, I really didn't like doing the sideline chance. Really? Yeah. Would've loved that. Will you have a good like booming volume? Thank you. And I didn't like it the so you have a very good. You've a lot of projection though, when I mad enough probably know when you're mad. You quiet. I that's so true. I get really quiet. I usually either very good or very insignificantly bed. Like if water moves not even spills, but moves by itself, of course. Did matilda. I love Mathilde what I used to wear my abo- in my hair like Matilda because they thought she was so cute and smart a lot try to move things with my eyes me too in the shower. And then sometimes they would move just cause like the water. I'm a witch the pancakes she makes perfect. I know she's so talented. I the shot of Mathilde that I think is beautiful as when she's holding the red wagon of books, and she's a montage of her growing up. It's like three or four stages of age. I think it's beautiful three or four stages. So I was so high mother efforts wanna find me that's a beauty parody. Stress relief habits activities or rituals quick tip. Go. The comfort TV show. Okay. Mine is still you're so good luck. Mine is mind fullness in a way that is not meditating because meditate I cannot meditate. But like when I do calligraphy that I used to that so therapeutic to me are just like adult coloring books something like that. Or even cooking some of that takes your mind off of everything else, and you can focus on one thing. That's kind of like autopilot. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Or like one thing I love to do like during the holidays is I love I love pomegranates. But they're so hard to peel. But if you just like put on some music or put on a podcast or show, and then you're just peeling pomegranates. And then you end up with this giant, Bulla pomegranate, these that's two things. I never knew how to appeal pomegranate until I met you do you remember on shooting pilot for a cooking show? And it was your first day ever on set with me. You just started like the week before. I think I think it was that week. I think it was like September twenty eighth or something. Right. And so we were on. Onset and they're like, okay. You need to peel this pomegranate, and I was like, I don't know how. And so you're like this is how you do it..
"mathilde" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"And you know, there's, there's a lot of she goes through a law. And even I'm thinking of another one Lupu she's a very strong character. She's Looper. She's, she's generally to me offing between the characters in the actresses. They played them as people or as active looking at other characters that are batances. Okay, awesome. Is that what you have and then last one was the long kiss. Goodnight. Oh, Gena Davis was kind of the original, Matt, Damon, really like that story ultimatum. I know and that Samuel l. Jackson was underrated. I love that Darna. There are no great female character. I remember because it stuck out for me how strong she's bad. She's like new. Nisha. That shoot. So she's like a housewife and then. Okay, great list Serena. I'm on the rattle through mine. Got a few minutes, so we'll try not to talk too much. I don't know if I can control the peanut gallery and we're all good Frank. Having fun. All right, Mathilde Natalie from Leon cute, but she's bad ass. Have you seen leeann literally vent, Mathilde, the movie whole? No. No. Oh, she was my one fee. The vendetta. Holman them beef debtor comet because one of my favorites. But naturally Portman in Leon, the professional. I mean, She's she's. bad ass. And then just so we have some classics scholar O'Hara Vivien Leigh in gone with the wind. That's a movie. I just want six months ago. It was like a five hour. Movie. He is incredible. Yes, I don't know about the character how well see the and she perseveres through. Everything's I. She's not likeable character after all. Tomorrow is another day, but she does persevere through so much. Okay, good. Now this is criminally low on the list. Francis McDormand as Mildred Hayes in three billboards outside ebbing, Missouri, and as magic undestand in Fargo cheese. Incredible, very different characters who in fog? Oh, she's the police chief. She's talk about female empowerment and this film that came out in the nineteen. She's eight to nine months pregnant and she sold this entire case. Well, all the men are doing back shit, crazy loopy, killing each other, the menace such absolute pillock and that the public is British. Dumb ass. And there's just maj. Right. The accident again. The accident. So funny, it's like not no. Yeah. I call a win. Saves the day and souls everything. It's just incredible. And then as Mildred Hayes, she's just pure pent-up fury, and she's so heartbroken over the loss of our daughter. But just furious. And like that scene when Woody Harrelson is interrogating are pushing buttons and they're really being nasty each other. And then suddenly coughs and spits blood on her face because he's got cancer Zion and he's like I into, I'm sorry, and the facial expression of I know, Honey, she's shocked and then sub for like one moment. She lets compassion out, you know, in enough that she's a total bad ass again. Brilliant. And she won Oscars for both performances. Okay. Fricken Mary Poppins Andrews harm on. She is a strong female character. Tony, just trying to help them..
"mathilde" Discussed on Converge with Casey Newton
"Me and in the meantime please do those dishes love casey all right i think we're down to the final two matilda your move i playing for mortgage with your bank cool and what is the sentence saying up to attend these three women are now we're talking all right hi casey i want to apply for a mortgage i've been unemployed for a few years hiver i'm onto a big idea because i've seen too many free webinars and i've learned so much that i know it's actually the best move for you please grant me these mortgage sincerity met you did you actually say sign up for the free webinar yeah maybe not you don't know that's fine you don't you only get one chance but i noted that down on my score all right finally the sentence i recently have come into a very large sum of money in the situation asking mark andriessen for advice so here's what i would say dear mark my name is casey i'm a millennial contact creator and i recently came into a very large sum of money and i need to know where to invest it do i just give it to you to invest in other companies or should i do at my self i don't know mark that a lot of hidden investments over the years would love to know anything i should do with his giant sack of cash please get in touch my assistant will help or nate sincerely casey but and with that we have reached the scoring portion of butter emails mathilde i will now score you on originality i have to give you a nine you actually wrote your own cards which i should say was not was not a required actually brought in your own cards to us with minds that was fantastic presentation i'm also giving you a nine because i was crying laughing at one point that was very good and finally did you justify it i'm going to give you an eight they're just because there was that one thing about the webinar that i don't think we quite nailed but on the whole a very very good twenty six points for the final round and i now invite you to judge me and be merciless you will not hurt my feelings what would you give me on originality originally i would give you eight eight you got better at the end presentation presentation nine you're amazing appreciate that finally did i justify the use of the sentences nine as well because once you've used to cards instead of one does right i pulled it a bonus card they're very good so that gives me a total of twenty six since we tied in the wildcard round but now i will add your points from the previous two rounds and we'll see how shakes out mathilde today on converged ice core twenty six points and you scored sixty six points which makes you the winner up today's game of converged congratulations thank you so much when you sat down here today did you ever think it was going to go quite like this not at all but i loved it well i appreciate you saying that i had a very good time and i look forward to our continued conversations about the future of the email mathilde collin thank you for making content with me thank you so much for having me that's today's show my thanks to guess mathilde collin one of the best things francis given this country since the statue of liberty mathilde while you may have defeated me today and now have your email address and i plan to add you to many mailing lists from which it will be inconvenient to unsubscribe thanks as always to my engineer jeremy 'damas and my editor andrew marino if you like today's show it would mean a lot of me if you broadcast it from a boombox while you're walking down the street and what people say hey what's that you look at me and say hey that's converged it helps people find us how's this going so far i want to hear from you email me casey.
"mathilde" Discussed on Converge with Casey Newton
"mathilde" Discussed on Converge with Casey Newton
"The terrible sentence click here to unsubscribe and applying for a job i'm away under qualified for this is a very good challenge and i would now like to hear a brief message containing that sentence great heike sending you an email for the cfo position in your public company i graduated a year ago i did an internship in a bank so i think immigration feet for the role keith here to unsubscribe i'm now gated to write this every email i sent because of these gdp thing that even though about but that they've heard about a thousand times in the past twenty hours take care very good very good that was a i okay that exceeded my expectations excellent job now i will draw two cards the sentence oops i think i forgot the attachment grimacing face emoji and the situation letting everyone in the office no there's birthday cake in the break room so this is going to be great hale we are so excited to celebrate matilda's birthday and i'm just letting you know that there is some chocolate cake in the break room boobs i think i forgot the attachment here's a photo of the birthday cake ghetto while it's hot love casey right another one down for me now mathilde reach back into the pile cool can we rescheduled to next week and a situation reporting a forbidden item to lift so looking forward to hearing this email sell high lift i was about to my laundry and forget about these i forgot the quarter in the left it's terrible i need to schedule an appointment to to get it back over i'm very busy so can we risk to the next week maybe take here but but i love that it's like you you need to do your laundry you needed your quarters back you don't have time right now right but you need to send some sort of email right risking doing you're proving to be unexpectedly good at this giving more trouble all right now i'm driving to the sentence i assure you this is not spam the situation hiring a new chief financial officer great german tilt as you may know every started a new podcast called converge and our previous chief financial officer was recently convicted of mail fraud and as a result i need to find someone who i can actually trust with the books i assure you this is not spam it would be weird if i sent this email to more than one person so if you're interested in a new role.
"mathilde" Discussed on Converge with Casey Newton
"Means it's time for the lightning round in the lightning round your job is to answer as many of these questions as you can in sixty seconds you are allowed to pass but should you do so you will forfeit the question so let's put sixty seconds on the clock mathilde what is your preferred email sign off take care hint water or lacroix mccray preferred flavor mango how many emails did you get a day two hundred thirty three what's that is incredibly specific what's something that should definitely be on the blockchain email what should i do in paris when i go there this summer how can we encourage more women to start companies i should do these guests agreed should it be legal to write someone and just say hey just bumping this to the top of your inbox no prison for treason great last year you finish on net flicks i don't issue all right last good book you read it's an interested life who wrote it itchy instagram very good if google duplex calls you do you think it should let you know that it's much no do you ever go to spotify playlist yes what is it it skuld emoji bug and just like that your time has come to an end going to count your points twenty seven eleven thirteen points are awarded to matilda at the conclusion of the second round a very high score jeremy french handicap though that's a very good score we've we've had lower scores once again this episode of converge is brought to you by republic republic let's anyone become an angel investor anywhere in the world you can invest in promising new startups with as little as.
"mathilde" Discussed on Converge with Casey Newton
"Highly value you'd company that lets you chat all day with your colleagues at work well matosas that slack is basically just a synchronous version of front in other words slack is an app that assumes everyone is paying attention to the chat window almost all the time where front is a synchronous it assumes you're doing other work most of the time and it saves those messages for you when you're ready to get to them so both of these companies are trying to reinvent working l and make us more productive but matilda's front debts closer to the way people actually want to work and the kicker is that stewart butterfield the ceo of slack he's a big investor in front so no matter which one of these ideas is right stewart butterfield his big winner and i can't wait to find out who's right so listen i think you're going to enjoy hearing from till who has tons of ideas about the differences between business and france and america why schools need to be reinvented and how she manages her own inbox and in the wildcard round of this episode i make her improvise series of emails using some of the worst cliches known to man and then she makes me do the same thing it is a very good time and with that it is time to play converge it's time for another game of converge the show that is easy to win the not impossible to lose each week we bring on some of silicon valley's most fascinating personalities and they compete to see how high they can go on the alltime converge leaderboard mike guest today is mathilde collin co founder and ceo of front accompany that lets businesses create shared email inboxes to handle their communications better front began at y combinator in two thousand fourteen and now has more than twenty five hundred customers and in january it raised a sixty six million dollar round of fundraising from sequoia mathilde thank you for joining us on converge casey thank you for having me have you been on a game show before it's may i i'm all right you know what i think it's going to be a lot of fun let's get into it converge of horse consists of three rounds the big idea the interview round and the wild card round and with that it is time to get started now the first game we play on every episode of converge is the big idea i asked you a head of time to bring in your biggest and best idea of a non self promotional nature and we'll pick it apart to see what's inside points will be awarded on the basis of originality presentation profit potential and whether i personally agree with it mattel's what is your idea sue may gate you is new schools new schools and it's tell you the story of maybe so you sent me this email asking me prepare you and i had two immediate directions the first one was i hate it you hated hated i'm super rebutted it's the.
"mathilde" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry
"To you and she stayed in character like even when they were the cab because to have genuine reaction oh she worked hard you really chapter to some serious wow that's awesome i hats off to you lady i mean as ing jobs and it isn't amazing performance across the board i think are amazing i mean it's such an iconic character saying i mean the trench but when you say it in you know it you're just like you fucking know and like i've even referred to people as being like real trench will type you know you know exactly what i mean it's just like oh really tenth sucks all right so this is the part of the show where we give reviews and we use a popcorn scale the scale of one to ten popcorns ason how many popcorns would you give mathilde you can give it a half popcorn i believe in it all right yes i've heard yeah there's the colonel rating is i think perhaps if i were like you jack nights seen this as an adult i would oh jail differently of my reviews are in by nostalgia yeah yeah really enjoyed the the nostalgia of this and i also think that this is another tidbit that i didn't know but apparently mara wilson's mother passed away from cancer while they were shooting this movie and she so she's like a she was ten maybe when they shot this to be going through as and yeah and to still commit to this role sorry giving saying this and now we all have to give tens but she end like they all just got really close during this movie because of that and there's something about it that even just watching it and and even the low budget nece there's something it all contributes to like this feeling of like just goodnaturedness they wanted to make a sweet film they today all stay on just charm the whole thing is just charm so for that reason i think i have to give it nine nine have quan would you give it give it a six you give it a six now bear in mind is off for the very first.
"mathilde" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry
"Second second but it's still early but what i'm saying is we we're seeing this movie through the perspective mathilde not through misiones so because of that we don't actually see matilda witness of victory we are we here are a of the green from yeah trunk will we hear about it and that's to me that's the issue yeah i agree that that is true what what she did but even just one moment beat the tossing of the kid or the chocolate eating thing or whatever just one moment where you're like oh wow we are in a horrible institution and there is no fighting back and then if matilda didn't strike back in some way even it was just a matter of like if after that happened and the the school fell silent and we're all looking up at the scary woman matilda said something like that's not right what you did and then she turns to her and says what did you say and then suddenly then she becomes a target then it's a sort of like oh no it's really going to get it she spoke from of innocence but that never really happens instead what happens is every time trench to get something of a victory like you said it gets pulled back and so because of that to me it just sort of wilkin weakens her like villainous so like if you compare it to like a movie like or book like one flew over the cuckoo's nest she is affected the same characters nurse ratchet nurse ratchet is horrible and she uses the institution to her advantage and that's like i would have liked to seen that to you see i want to see the kids complaining to the school board and the school board not believing them but i think they they say that they've talked to their parents about it in their parents but we don't see it that's my issue is the number one role of movie making his show and then there's always getting.
"mathilde" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"He had a more creative solution to that problem my i like his is answer better make up something that's a romantic right so you're overall take away it was what about role dahlan about his his love of candy and food well he was certainly a quirky individual it certainly gives you a deeper understanding for the way that his creative life the way his literature was interwoven with his real life and the way that he would you had actors are test out characters on his kids which makes a lot of sense when you're writing for kids and i thought that was interesting and also moving to here and then later in that episode of the sport for i met up with this guy who has a youtube channel called binging with babich and he recreates dishes from movies and tv shows and he and i recreated the giant chocolate cake from matilda oh yeah for people who are familiar this is bruce bog trotter cash and the story mathilde is caught stealing the headmistress miss trunch bulls chocolate cake so as punishment she makes him eat an entire like car tyres is chocolate cake for the entire class is a great scene in the movie right right and and and he doesn't think he can do it in his to fall but then all the kids structure in the modern eventually he does it in mistrustful is horrified but there is aligned with mistrust bull presents him with the cake and is presented by the s the boarding school cook miss trench bull says the cook's owned blood and sweat went into this cake and so actually this guy andrew ray from vision with babich and i put drops of blood and sweat into the chocolate cake that we made in order to make it he's very concerned with the being as authentic as possible and it was delicious was was at the blood of the sweat it was just the ratio sweetness you know you know chris contrast very important recipes was a three drops of blood him the recipe in two drops the sweater how did they go with you i was like two drops of sweat three drops of blood iit was a big cake so you couldn't really tasted.
"mathilde" Discussed on Short and Curly
"What about that other kind of lock matt was talking about the kind of luck around the situations matilda faces there are lots of things that happen out of matilda is controlled that affect the biggest thing being that she sent to crunch and whole primary school but that's both bad luck and good luck africa by foot she hated at there will she does and it's bad luck because the principle is a terrible lady named miss trunch bull who is impossibly cruel but it's also good luck because matilda mates ms honey a kind woman who is the only grown up who can see how special mathilde is okay so matilda has bad past luck good who we are lock some good and some bad luck in the situations she faces but what about that fourth one met mentioned the last one is how lucky mathilde is when she does things like for example she doesn't get court when she pranks her dead remember when she glued his hat to his head lots of fabled dirt get caught out when they play pranks sr she is pretty lucky but a lot of those lucky things came down to her outsmarting people so it's about skill as well as meant we'll yet there's a lot of luck involved and lots of skill to it's often a combination of the two sometimes dismal lock and sometimes this most skill fine nigeria deserved thank you found the gene aims that was the song know what he from tim mentions musical o of matilda it's so good and i think i might have to reread the original novel by role dolled.