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Taylor Hall Shows Flashes in his First Game With the Bruins

Poke the Bear

02:53 min | 2 months ago

Taylor Hall Shows Flashes in his First Game With the Bruins

"Did you think of Taylor Hall? Yeah, I think if you're a few of the problems you have to be encouraged as what you saw home. It's kind of interesting after the game. He saw a few like National people kind of reactive like I guess I forget who was if someone up in Canada that was like, well you saw from a game the Bruins have the works out for them with Kayla Hall like guys not confident really going to build his confidence back up which I mean he's he's admitted that but he needs to build his game back up, but I don't know how he saw anything from it off. They give you like a red flag of like all this guy's really fighting the puck. I mean, it's his first game with the new team hasn't played in ten days. People forget about the guy was literally was on the it was held out of games wage earning a new system. So, you know, I don't know people are expecting him to to score a hat-trick in his first game, but you know, I think he started off a little slow. I think he had to kind of adjust the new life mate said like kind of a bad turn over that kind of that spin around pass it went to a sabre instead of a brewing so like yes a little tentative at at this. But I think it's a game went on he got more comfortable. I think where you really kind of noticed him especially was transition wise very very kind of assertive and smooth to the neutral zone. Got a lot of an easy. Everybody was able to manufacture a lot of pretty clean Zone entries, which is usually been an issue for this team terms of kind of getting that momentum back. So I think especially moving phone number Against maybe more physical teams like the Islanders or the capitals where they really trying to, you know, have you in your Zone? Haven't got like Hall who can't support a guy like McAvoy or a Grizzly look and get the puck-moving. I think it'd be a big a big difference maker in terms of helping out that group. So I think if you're the Bruins as the the first step I think of to be encouraged it wasn't, you know, I don't get the month of drawbacks and people saying that you know, he he look like he was you know out of it or or anything like that like he was shooting off the rust seemed like he was fitting pretty well with Craig Smith and Dave G granted like Craig Smith might be scoring on a newline you put them on right now you guys just on fire so which is good news for the Bruins, right that gives them an actual finish on that line, but I think it's be encouraging. I think maybe that one thing people were concerned about, you know, there's the The Narrative about until hell not playing winning lucky or being a dog because he was on some bootleg teams, but I think his attention to details as the game went on we're pretty good. I mean That could that checking effort to really break up that last chance Buffalo hat and over time, you know, he was engaged on the other end of the ice or the thing is encouraging. So I think for a first step really know how you have to be discouraged by what you saw because the chances were there, right? He wasn't burying them. He supposed to work on a little bit but as a first kind of audition seemed like he did pretty well in that second line.

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McAvoy, Rask lead Bruins to 4-1 win over Rangers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

McAvoy, Rask lead Bruins to 4-1 win over Rangers

"Charlie Coyle scored twice to lead the Bruins to a four one win over the Rangers Boston lost its previous two games allowing thirteen goals so they wrapped up the defense holding the home team's twenty one shots on to go Rask coil opened the scoring at six forty one of the first period and ended it with a short handed empty netter the center was pleased with the effort that's brewing Taki for us and we play that way I think we have more fun and and you see our work pay off our team to play against you know it's we're gonna get the result more times than not would play that way Colin Blackwell had the lone Rangers goal Rangers goalie Alexander Georgiev made thirty one saves he did miss time in the first period after suffering a cut above his left thigh might make you so New York

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Palmieri scores twice, Devils beat Bruins 3-2

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Palmieri scores twice, Devils beat Bruins 3-2

"Kyle Palmieri scored twice including a short handed tally to back mackenzie Blackwood's twenty five save performance in the devils three two win over the Bruins now merry opened the scoring early in the second period and added a breakaway tally to ruin a Boston power play and put New Jersey ahead to nothing later in the second bobbles aka scored for the second consecutive game and new Jersey moved to to what else is having seven games postponed due to covet nineteen Jake DeBrusk at Charlie McAvoy scored for the Bruins who had won nine of ten before losing to the islanders on Saturday I'm the ferry

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Ovechkin returns, scores OT winner as Capitals beat Bruins

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Ovechkin returns, scores OT winner as Capitals beat Bruins

"Alexander Povetkin scored the overtime winner in his return after missing four games due to covert nineteen protocols as the capital's held up the Bruins forty three well that's can beat Boston goalie Tuukka Rask on a wrister from the high slot just twenty eight seconds into O. T. it was a Vatican seven hundred eighth career NHL goal tying former capitals great Mike Gartner for seventh all time Washington led three to nothing midway through the second but the Bruins rattled off three unanswered and tied it on Charlie McAvoy's rebound tally in the final minute I'm guessing Coolbaugh

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"mcavoy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:52 min | 8 months ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're listening to weekend edition from NPR News and from the news. I'm Queenie Kim Piedmont School District is planning on reopening its elementary schools. Kindergarten to fifth grade students will be going back in early December and the upper grades will be back in school in January. That is if the pandemic remains under control in Alameda County here to tell us about help Piedmont is planning to do this is DS Julia McAvoy and Julia Piedmont is a small district, and that gives him an advantage in terms of reopening for in person learning. Definitely. We're talking about a district of some 2500 students. They have just six schools. So yeah, Size makes a huge difference when it comes to logistics of reopening when compared to say, you know, Oakland, which has 36,000 students. And how they're planning to reopen is they've used the cares act money from the feds and the state to redo their H vac system. They have plans for outdoor classrooms. One teacher plans to have kids use clipboards and walk across the street to the park, for example. They're using the same disinfecting methods in their school bathrooms that the airlines are using to clean their airplanes. And, you know, of course, they're going to pee pee in the masks and the testing all in places well. We're going to see cohorts, a small cohort of maybe 13 students attending in the morning and then the other cohort of 13 students attends in the afternoon, and each spends the other half of the day doing distance learning. Now the reopening was pushed by a group of parents, but it's not without controversy. Yes, Oh, board member Corey Smigel said that they decided to survey their elementary school families and that 74% of those families said they wanted their students to go back into school in person. And that's kind of what built up. I think this pressure on the board and the superintendent to really focus on how they could make it happen. One of those parents who was in favor of sending her kid back was Lindsay Thomason, what his teacher has been able to do over the computer. I just don't have words for how impressed I am That said, I do think that the in person learning environment for my kids is best and I Understand that their other families who don't feel the same way for a huge variety of needs, she said. Look, this is absolutely no indictment on the quality of schooling that the teachers were delivering. They were amazing. But her kid really needed more. And I don't mean to say that that's best for everyone, especially right now with different people's concerns, But for my kids, that's the best. Learning environment. So you mentioned the survey, and that began a Siri's of really intense conversations with parents and teachers to figure out how to make this happen. Can you walk us through that timeline a little bit, you know, listen. In September, the district finally signed a work agreement with teachers to return to in person teaching and Before that they had met for months and they'd had many emotional board meetings, trying to figure out how this was going to come together and the fact that they have an agreement right now the teachers are coming back into the classroom is something that a lot of school district's larger districts have not been able to accomplish just yet. And what if you're a parent who doesn't feel comfortable was sending your kid to school? Yeah. Parents who don't want their kids to go back, do not have to send them. They can continue with distance learning. I would add that teachers who don't feel comfortable going back who can make the case. With their health that they should not be back in the classroom can also continue to teach with distance learning. So you mentioned that the teachers union is on board with this plan. Yeah, I spoke with one teacher who said, Look, you know, I'm uncertain of how this is gonna work out, but I'm going to go back in the classroom and see how it goes. Her objection at this point is not so much the safety issue as it is this sort of moral consideration of furthering the inequities that exist in house schooling happens in America, where one set of kids with money and privilege gets ahead and the other set of Children have to scramble for resource is That was Ed's Julia.

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"mcavoy" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

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"mcavoy" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:24 min | 10 months ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"On the Bob Laws Mary's show starts now on newsradio lamb eleven eighty. And that's right. This is the is very show, and this is Doug mcevoy and Mickey. From Cam on all services were filling in for today and we appreciate that very much. Yeah. Opportunity for us in the. Over entertaining you because that's what it's all about. Entertainment. You know something like to go because the phone lines are all lit up talk just find squeezes in. The you know the biggest problem we have in our industry today is finding mechanics were technicians, mechanics where they are exhibitions. And this was true throughout America is the trades are not enough people in the trees and I'll tell you. If you're not college material and I mean that in the best of sense because to meet colleges fancy trade school. There are so many people going to college come out with a degree. Really, completely useless in today's marketplace that you can't you can't make a living with it in all you come out with A. History degree an English degree you're you're not you can't do any less you'll beg your masters. And teach okay. So. You know if you're going to go to college get it'd an engineer obviously be a lawyer be a good lawyer a doctor anything that's going to teach you because that's really what college is all about but if you don't learn a trade. Out what you like to do maybe you WANNA spend wrenches on the car maybe WanNa do HVAC, heating, ventilation, air conditioning Maybe you WANNA do loving. MILD ING welding. Maybe you WANNA do computer repair, not software, but hardware than all the requires how to handle tools smaller tools. You're indoors now getting to dirty but Welding big. His daughter. Sally is doing that right now he's drawing the school they're paying her to go to school is that amazing and? Well she is a single mom with a she's got two kids and. Really no skills life except this will give her a skill and she'll she'll pick that up. Quick. She should be very good at it and. You'll make a lot of money and this is true of any trades you're just not appraiser on once you get skilled enough. You. Can. You'll start making more money I. Know People that are out there that are. Twenty eight, twenty, nine years old, they're making over a hundred thousand dollars a year and this. This is the easiest way to get out of whatever. Financial situation you're in you can go to trade school you can. You can go to Heating Ventilation air conditioning. Heating Company they'll hire you. They'll train you. They'll pay they'll pay to keep you. So you don't end up at the competition it's a It's Really the best way out of poverty. the best way to improve your life and style. Position in life. I know this this Guy Iggy that's been working at sutter since he was eighteen sixty even and built his own house has got a big beautiful house. Because he knows something he's very good at it and pay only. Wrong I'd say he's thirty two navy. Talent you find out what you're good at. You know not everybody's going to be mechanic not a real good at at Weldon is good at computer or whatever it may be but learn something and I mean thank you. They can't get. Around. Framing. Harbored all this stuff is is good money and. You know it's an alarm either I paid very little. You get a associates degree in whatever let's say. Itt Technical Institute, or in Rochester. Places will hire you in teacher training to be to work for them. There's the what is the I guess the the. Well the the schools are the businesses. Schools are the tool manufacturing society in. Rochester. started their old school. They'll pay you to go to school they hiring right away. I mean it's a job for life and You'll do very well there Like I said the traits will transfer words right now I wish I went to trade school was outside of being able to sell all my business. I can't make a living spinney wretches I can do it but I. I can make a living at it. I'm not that good at it In on top of that, you got something to do work is over you WANNA. Do something on the side you can do something inside. Your. Plumber you can plum your neighbor's house. You can do electrical problems. There's always opportunity make money outside of work when you have a skill. As not just a skill but a license to perform that function whatever it may be so that. Things I've often said there are no stupid people. Okay. Don't think you're you're stupid. There's no such thing as a stupid person. All Right Einstein sign said, you can't judge a vicious intelligence by its ability climate. Everybody is smart at something or many things just not smart and everything. So I know what you're doing and do it. So I have done says no stupid people there are physically Mentally Lazy People Arnold Stupid People. So everybody's smarts smarts remember that you're smart do something about your life. Okay. We need more action of this and salt without that. You go from that Let's talk to Wayne. What's happening dwayne Hey Joined the show I'm the car from. Buffalo with the ninety nine Grand Prix and. She's a beauty three point eight that'll run forever. Hey. On the expressway the other day well back from a cement truck. Well, what happened? It's button it. Two. Hundred. Three hundred yards back and fly by windshield being I know I know at the second head was like when I guy hits a home run here that crack of the bat well. We'll start about the size a little smaller than dime. I'm told to get it right away and they sell these products three M and and what's permit tax and that you know where you inject it in are those any going on my wasting my time or no? Okay. Where's the damage? To your. Law It's in the field of vision, but it's a low is very low. Yeah and it's It's that star you know when it hits, but it's I know if you let it go it's GonNa get worse. You know so okay the best thing you can do their best. So you can do there is colleague last company because it's just putting the poxy in. Their their policy. have to they put a suction device. You gotTa have one of those that do it right the probably charge like thirty five bucks. Glenn Coverage Car but. The file, a claim because you know I don't know they. It's okay. If you have last coverage call, your glass company would rather picks that star before replace a windshield and it's always a party. What's that? These. Your or the Glass Company I. Insurance Company does a lot of fix. Inquest glasses, partier comprehensive it doesn't. Go guess you're you know one time. Accident. One time he claimed. It was like twenty years ago. But I wanted to get to that point, I said get it right away. They don't want to get to that point either so somebody right out repair that star for you. Oh okay. Well, I'll call my insurance agent a real quick side like I love the show and you're right. You know the last president we had it didn't go to College Harry Truman and he was a pretty darn good one. He could make a decision. So you're right you're right. Everything. Lot. Yeah..

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Twelve Minutes Is An Indie Game With A Star-Studded Cast

Checkpoint Radio

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Twelve Minutes Is An Indie Game With A Star-Studded Cast

"Minutes and its story driven and the idea is that this couple keeps reliving these 12 minutes over and over and over like Spike Spike Lee joint. Yeah, kind of and you get to help decide what they doing. They lived through it, but the reason that it jumped back up onto my radar. There's three characters that it in their voice by James McAvoy, Daisy are Daisy Ridley and Willem Dafoe was the narrator How, um, voice telling them They're crazy. Name out, Like even five? Maybe eight years ago. Your You're like, Yo, we're gonna get three of the largest Hollywood actors to do this small scale video game is indeed game essentially yet they're like wild. What are you talking about? That would never happen. But now in today's Age like that's what they know that they those names alone helps bring people in to play the game. I'm interested now more so in this 12 minutes game now that you said those three people are involved. Exactly. Okay, Well, what is this 12 minutes all about? And then finally, I think

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"mcavoy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:09 min | 10 months ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That peoples gas dot com Thiss is lightning radio very late on the Boston power play too brusque converts from oil and grits like Get the Bruins on the board. The normals killed it off. Even if it was over the power play. The guy couldn't got back in the play anyway. Well, is this a good shot by the brusque 12 33 11 the thirds of plenty of time for the Bruins. It's in their comeback against Carolina Game four in the third period. Rating point will take the offensive zone face up here. The point line had a good bounce back shift after the power against need one here. Need a good bunch back shift here a lot. Look at the driver. Right? Bergeron Point McAvoy Clear block. McAvoy has it again in the far corner Lot, knocks it down. I get to drive out held in headmen CenterPoint sweeping toward. I'd write a lot of the great circle a lot late back to the point head when it's taken away Martian grand marshal of the offensive zone, lighting that kind of centre and protect him. Then he script block got hooked by Martian. No call went out to center ice matures in it a lot. Don't hit the mark. One of plot is they're trying to set it up for a job in France that eluded his stick a new word up near boards. Is out of center ice, who dropped knuckleballs at 11 50 you up in the 3rd 31 lady. Here's Martian to center ice processed by Get in the red line and send it in deep and it's Rabbi Yanni, Gord, Great corner. Corner maroon trying to center and took a job at it made a lot of rebound. Turning point. What point circuits have shoot, save lock? No rebound. 11 31 remaining 31 lighting. Yeah, that was a little bit of a mismatch. Ciara. He was angry at one of the guys. I forget who it was. They took a whack at it. I think it was maroon. No,.

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"mcavoy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Tampa Bay on the gold by Andre Pull out in the first period at 8 59 still holding a one Nothing lead A and across bar just before the break. Actually, it was the elbow of the Net. The intersection of the two is a good look for Tampa Bay. But the pace of this game Sam has really picked up right. Ruins off the faceoff clear to center Parcs goes down in the lightning zones. Send back for it Backhands it around the boards for Palat. Little past sends out Brayden point. Point cross the red line down the left side puts in the Boston Zone. McAvoy after Charles there to play it around the boards and stopped at the line by Shen keeps in for Tampa Bay. The Brayden point left corner left circle shoots save a lot. Rebound bounces around comes out too high in the slot and a past downloaded flex out of play stopping play here with about 9.5 minutes to go in this second period. Another couple great looks for Tampa Bay, and it all starts with braid and pointy enters the right side of the zone with speed. He chips the puck. He chips it to an area in the corner where he's going to get to it First. It creates all sorts of chaos and confusion, and he's gonna end up with the puck after it gets wrapped around with another good look. And if I'm John Cooper? I am getting point on the ice as much as I can, because boy he looks three steps faster than everyone else leaves the Lightning with 16 points in 12 playoff games. Including this one ruins past goes all the way down. But a hustle play by Nik Richie negated a nice ing lightning.

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"mcavoy" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"And Anyway at that point of you member it full Oscar seventy state, despite of like young people running into Jd, sports and ransacking stores now. In place had Intel in Croydon. The these groups have young people were running to the stores and stating production running out and anyway Adriana apart dicara. Community sent. As a group young kids, a couple of recognize we will start speaking. They just tell them have just been stopped by the place. So said what for they stopping Sach because they had installed that groups of young black men that were we're gonNA really attempt to run into Jedi spotting them. and. And I had cannot question. How do you feel because I've never been finished? Prices for feels like we'll down the street police pull out in the mind, an insult Pat You down question you. Have you been mckinney pockets? And he said you know what John I understand, the law I'm a black man. They said Blattman that would like work in luckily arid running exchange folks doing this. And he and he had to win. The see understood why they were doing it. And then there was Java group that the place very disenfranchised with him I. Do you understand didn't do anything wrong? They will literally going to the US crops swelled sky boxing, but he was very interesting to see the young group of kids that were. Worried Youth Club and actually going through the whole program kicks. It will come in that night, but don't when he got. The whole section of how the event transpired. It was so this group, the smaller group that go to the program soy because of the mental that a bit more understanding of why happened with group didn't and it was very light I. Don't give a shit bike sophocles fucking place, and they were very disenfranchised with how they how the place them feel but yeah. I know I know just just in general. Times went out there a lot of work. With communities, a community groups across London like you can definitely not as disproportion that you can, you can just this. In the amount of young black people died down, engage in a lot of option in sport to participate limited resources to participate in into into spoke and oxygen. When you go to prison, a cependant declare your imprisons, so is about putting opportunity out there obviously for everybody, but if there is a specific areas, demographics aren't getting those opportunities about shining on not to. Dan and providing a job. That's why I'm so adamant. I? Just hope this isn't a twenty four hour news cone next week. It will be something out so I hope people really ready ready, understand and appreciate the the we all need to step up the and isn't just posting actually meteors about real well right? If you're in a position on that, you can provide these young people between these two into positions of power in business and stuff. You should be opening their stores. If you believe it, you should just the practice what you preach and you think what's happening. There's an injustice. You have to step Papa isn't just about sharing pictures. Mocking stuff is actually about real well tangible stuff to change people's lives. Because the only way you will change that system isn't going to change voluntarily is not going to change on television. You have to infiltrate, and then you have to engage young people to stop fighting because once I start voting in that big vote in blocks, politicians start changing legislation. You get people in you. You've done that. Young people need to feel like that part of the political process to change that political process. already. A, I would love it if it's if the system would I just I personally concept. I can't see some some not donald trump rapidly changes daily things completely differently arcand. Boxing very nightly, but what he would understand, a more politics and politicians understand his voting, and if we can, if you can engage young people to go out and use their voices, and to vote for change, and then to people that believe this this love justice that in positions of power that saw not that Dole's assault. Give me junk opportunities to work in into into businesses and brands and become law. universities complete started deliver, and the plants over becomes a little bit more fairer than I think you will get systemic change in the system. is a long time now. He's not going to happen overnight. It's going to be a long long process, but we need to start somewhere and all I hope this is the catalyst, not doing really really hope that people Kinda Stop Waking Up. Having winners of how bad actually is full of groups of people in society. People living bubbles those back to assign Eddie about lockdown. The dam was life. I said it was like it was one big ocean we will on the same say will in different ballots by the some of us were ships right? Awesome This is completely different, and it will be like when she ends Debbie. Lots of people that will come out and benefit available to people that will come out and and so I think. At night, we have to have a think. He's very saw. That's great ruinous of the adequacy season, the inequality system, and that something again I've that witnessed by might, so of experience of guiding into commune isn't token to people from different walks of life, and then once you have this awareness a Dutch changes. It changes you because you start seeing it and understanding it, and then you start three shot, and we'll see how lucky you are bachelor. You cannot change people's lives, and I think other people inherently bad. Some people that just won't won't won't one I do think there's a lot of people that. are very good people, but I don't know what they can do to help other people. It sounds bit tricky, but they don't know object quarte percents we walk come out. Do Tell Boston do this half note and there's been not speculations where people can contact me and sent me an email, and not be not telling them up for a at indeed than businesses, then the kids from the charity skull to to what trump's into into the into the businesses and show kids. These opportunities lum a member couple years. I'm Jay Sports? Let a group of kids from school down in Essex come into a work experience that in these kids, most of never been out Bazargan before, and then when they go to Orange Shudo's and choosing, they will shoot us, and they couldn't believe people had jobs, not wearing simpson ties cameraman, flip flops on and shorts and tee shots, and then our camera momentum odor never had this experience have never seen it, and that's such a small thing to do for business. It can have such profound impacts every young person's life. And I a lot of people who are listening to this like really brilliant listeners who will be listening thinking? I want to make a change or how can I help or what can I do because it does feel like as you say, there's no point. It's all well and good posting a black tile to show your support, but it's about putting your shoulder to something, and like putting your force behind it, and that will take time takes learning, but it might be quite a questioned, but if someone's listening to this and they're thinking, and the audience is global all over the world so. Actually. This is really made me realize I need to contribute to my community, because I think community is maybe be something as well that. We may be for less of apart over the last few years. Kind of dismantles as well if somebody felt like, they wanted to put their shoulder to something and make a difference. Can you give any insight or any tips on how they could begin that process? Yes ally, for instance it myself. Life I've done it numerous times I've come across. Social media lockup up in online and cherries popped up and not just simply email in Charlie, and do you need help and I'm adamant that ninety nine percent of the? Batman's I guess. You can do off because a lot of them are struggling. They need help need to to support the communities. Help them so I'd say you got passion for it. It's if it's young. People is people. If it's it's a the community church, it's foodbanks. Wherever is? Just a research and it is. Literally spun spending something. Enjoy local area where you've got that passion for. An inaugural, sometimes it's not a snot that you should help the big ones, but the smaller ones needed the most, and they're the ones in the commute I've found over the years. You've got UNI staffed connected to the UN. You've got the prince's trust. The get seventy seventy I you ninety million pounds a year into, but it's the small on scrawled..

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"mcavoy" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Lot of people, supermodels, entrepreneurs, authors, celebrities, doctors, and many of these conversations had a real impact on me and come away, feeling inspired, excited, informed and really empowered, and at the back of my mind always think I wish I could just published the tape, so people could. Could really feel that conversation while on this podcast you get to feel the conversation I talked with experts, guests, and a few friends who I hope will inspire inform and empower you. And maybe it was a challenge whether you're looking for self help, self, improvement, beauty, advice, health insights business. Know how what just good old-fashioned life advised a bit of a laugh. It's all hey, welcome to the show. My guest in this episode of the podcast is John mcevoy Joan. mcevoy story is the stuff of dreams. So the fact it's a reality is honestly really quite something to call it. Inspirational is to almost under, so he has achieved and chosen to do. John was in prison, serving his second sentence for armed robbery. It was a double life sentence actually, and he was in the highest security prison in the UK when he discovered an ability, he was on a rowing machine. One of the wardens in the gym notice speed tally against current British records and set John on a path to breaking them in prison. Breaking that record in prison was an epiphany for Joan. And in that moment his life changed completely no more crime, he was focused on becoming an athlete, and he achieved, and is now a Nike sponsored athlete and Freeman but that's not all realizing and understanding his ability to change and asking himself whether his life would have been different had he found sport and organized crime at an early age. He uses his own example. Example to inspire kids and encourage people tempted or involved in a life of crime to see that that is another option. He's even been invited to ten Downing Street to share his views on the justice system, and what can be done to improve it is he says in the show. You can only know what you see, so he's made it his mission to show people. What else is possible? What else is achievable? Jones story is amazing undoubtedly so his ability to grow to transform, and completely changed his moral code as an example to anyone and I honestly don't think it matters who you are where you are in your life where you're going what you want to achieve I think John. Store is so rich and so full of inspiration, and it's applicable to anyone. It's not show episode John. John was really generous with his time. But I think you'll get the sense from our conversation that there were legitimately at least a thousand other questions. I could have asked him so you never know. Maybe we'll be able to tap into that into another in another show. I really hope you are inspired by join an historian, and as ever I would obviously love to hear from me, but without any further ado, John mcevoy on the Magan share..

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"mcavoy" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

14:42 min | 1 year ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on Marathon Talk

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And I'm going to go on the and I'm going to go on the indoor this time and then I'm going to read and then I'm GonNa do. I'm GONNA do like creating that. Structure was for your own ally mental and physical health getting through each single day. You spend in that same room. We all know that we're staying in for purpose and the purpose is to protect the lives of other people whereas nephew you like well at takes another layer of strength because yours is yours. Is Yours survival whether you know when you in the set? It's all about US surviving but what we're doing is we're having to wear responsibly. Accepting those restrictions on freedom to save the lives of other people just really purposeful yes tightly right valley people while on and that I will vote hybrid of his instruments. This I will host the lights which still breezy light. We're we're very very lucky very privileged through the alliance. I it's some. It's just this very temporarily situation. We come in on the isn't GonNa Loss Reva and we have to be so pappy and privileged. That we we love. Us Capability Snappy Family. And it's about what about looking at positive as well mind because every classroom now in the world of will open any UTAI HAP- technically pompeo's allies of sauce and Itchy is literally gone from being a million miles now and not best being you all every posting Pussy Punch you lost and now like for instance office is a good old Jimmy CSS yours. Was You really happy doing what you're doing for the Police Department stress and Easy Wilson will? Could you do now me? This time here is too so think about us. We planted whereabouts upload when I was in prison some mine office Polish I see in prison and a tremendous amount across on Walson vice and that we're not press one eight. I jumped Prison for his own into recreate myself. Nowitski comes out not getting and then backs involves. The person will contribute service. 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The bacteria idiots is how you choose to say what we amounted to how you come out off the Saudi. I've listened to actually before we started recording and it was an interview with you talking about. I think one of the one of you days where you been invited as a long-term guest and like every book everything was taken off. Everybody in the view of everyone in the in the is in a high security prison was the actually. It doesn't matter what you've got outside of this inside. We're all faced with the same restriction. Lie inside where the same restriction and. That's kind of how we feel now isn't it? It's like that we all have to deal with this in a in a together in a together way so they could well lose to get an H. Really agree to saints in humanity in the long run this is going to be such a beneficial thing a fatal. Why wait now to save people in shops and terrorism doctors nurses and an the waste disposal? 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A suddenly are Donaldson Weight and opinion polls and it again at the woes Starts Hunting at this mountain dog points and the Dole An- who his tonight show room and at ball spun the windows and pages of POPs up on the wall and there's lessons from a man and shouts to Detroit's chat chat ten rushes on the floor. I not some man on Junkie night slaves. You have might be Motion Person Ourselves and our trust to do something to try to make these people's eyes out iphone night. I'm not I'm not just going to be an observer Why so many people in out in our society hundred lookout and then I saw a one actually try to use the influence I thaw tries to make these people out of want these kids without trust out on a baby so impassioned to to to do something and I'm torn you questioning or backslap are none where we'll be in ten years because the experience is ongoing slowed as as is completely transformed me as a person not for more ED For years ago. 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Go down the beach as much as I want to be disappointed that I can't do take the kids at the park or you know we're supposed to be away in Snowdonia go into this remote little cottage in the middle of nowhere at the moment and we will be really excited about it for the last nine months since then cause cancer. We can't go but we making adjustments and as a family were kind of adapting you know and you've shown this ability to adapt as a human being to particularly kind of mentally stressful in changing and challenging situations Shag because we've only got a few minutes left your own training training for some series of of of of racing which has been curtailed. Switched doing this indoor rowing challenge. Tell us a bit about why actually in those challenge so I think it was running rowing very often. Watch a little bit this time of C. So that's my mistake. Absolutely tell us it's a basic mine loss late amid those and a golf defined this lady from the Food Bank and she was telling me about a situation was happening liquidate going to have to start your deliveries foodbank because law families Napoli self-isolation and am any any of weapons. So I'm going to find out the off and on and I'm like I say I'll sell potent There's not much candidate I and I'm just hoping nothing is really for straighten an awful why. I'll be trying in September of last year so race are meant to be doing pirate room by next weekend than the London marathon and then to fully embracing Belgium Hoffman. Man I'm bugged out West on. Who's traffic as this whole basis? Asian timed out and basically is literally nonstop. Everything and I was like of Donnelly's trying to Mason. Shy is the first year years been injured of of the best minded trading off at had not problems. What someone else. 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Just tap me on Graham Role Yourself Nana Graham answered If you've been viewed been a bothered by you know the the isolation the restrictions on movement a tool like obviously this aspect supplies where on I would get off for shady that video and cinema films unlike Not obviously hanging out my friends. big distances and south again is smart perspective so to me..

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"mcavoy" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

15:58 min | 1 year ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"In two thousand seventeen in February we call up with John mcevoy. You may remember if you listened to that interview there. A twenty four back in two thousand and six. John was sentenced to life imprisonment for conspiracy to robbery. Spend the best part of ten years between eighteen. Twenty nine in prison with a majority of that in high security units and almost half of it in some sort of segregation and indeed with one whole year spent in. I think twenty four hour day `isolation. He was released in two thousand twelve and then in the last eight years. He's talent for endurance particularly in rowing and cycling. Traff law running has really told such magnificent story if you haven't heard the first part to kind of John's road to redemption then pop back to February twenty seventeen interview short touch bit today but welcome back to the show. Jim Face radical again Back yet not. For years ago is crazy fast amount then Get the puck off. Snow Cinema Friends. How Friends PATENTS SAND ON THE FLOOR. So tell me in the final game so much is even happening in the law streets today. Well we'll get today by talking around more Iran dealing with lack of freedom of movement. And being you know top told instructed ask that you can't move around as much as you would like to and I know that that you have extensive experience of how to deal with that and that's kind of some of the stuff I want to talk into but what's been going on since we last chatted because previously you know you settle their indoor rowing world record. Couple world records. I think and then like turn to amand triathlon. So has the last year's been since we chatted yet when we spoke by the books come out and that is that is on the Kospi. Musi Tom Ridden at approximately shots. Home and Yeah I I'm carrying off. I'm still doing. I mean some of the battles took vinyl profile. Grew a little bit special giving Jesse sets because more people become aware of me that sort of lifestyle the momentum movie sign an aside have to make sense administer justice and I went on me in the secretary of State Environmental Prison Foam Bat using spoke in justice. And I am at the beginning of a spotlight on the Gone House Be unsettled value on that. Because I would dry eye and San spoke changed my life and are winless meets. Daba invitee by doctor fate. It leads to sexual safety justice and I remember we didn't end. There was always guedes and oldies government. Departments represents Charity setup when I was in the room I realized I was probably the most qualified person rooms talk about spoke and we have the protection because why incident Not An ugly salmaan night. I was as bad as what was his side. And I mentioned last spoil his activity Any completely some And I'll use that vehicle in any prisoner Site I that world of politics Not Enough of those in Depending on your plate Tower Platform Mounds. I took a Conservative Party. Conference acting foam on. What was what was what was Council is where I was at. These events absorb politicians and I-IT's of was they look at me and they couldn't quite delays. I spent ten years of my life in prison. They read understand how I was as I am. Wetlands an an ice apple the time difference or anyone else in our choose to take it so if I can read in five thousand men women and children accompanying visit so it'd been Massey back to cook changing whine and they try to get more Within the justice system to trust people changes next. Let me speak Korean government. Ten Downing Street on making sold more accessible to young people across the whole country and I'm ugly not schools during the six hundred hundred ice MC missed nearly hops which we got some traction Maven summa arms in specific young. Not forceful across London with Nike and smackdown Children's community hops. And so that. So how? My Life's will move. Dom Food Lastovyenko spongy covering two thousand seven. Having that profile is made that you've been instrumental in in being able to shape some of the policy and also some of the provisions right. I mean I was just looking at some of the stuff. You've been doing with gloves. Not Guns yes. It's just not again on a great believer. Ninety influence in adding platform is like on your unwanted so people protein shakes and takes up some bits. I WANNA create change the system. I want because I look. Sometimes I look I think influences is wishing chatri separate paths and traders from the voice should use it to trust created. Hello from people and I WANNA like I wanna be a nice quasi by obligate divorces voice so when beatings and an at lost arms betrays amazed by saying you sit there with them are wanted storytelling tell stories. These young people see in London. Got No guns young people that are being foulden being kicked task. On God's people were various behind wannabe actor stories. How ensured these people these kids the reasons why fighting then how what we can do. What spoken do Supposed pose problems. Which Lov savvy lack in our community groups especially Mitch embassador guns in South East? London phobia borders. They do unbelievable. Walk across the hall London To give young people chasing an uncle not paws off a suit to opportunities. Lives and the lives that ACL She's very very successful with. I mind John like at the moment. So we're recording this early April and the UK and the rest of the world is in the middle of this corona virus pandemic and we're not really certain connor which way it's going to go and you and I probably he some similar things because in our athletic circles of running and triathlon. And you know that we people readily with cargo for this run or I can't do that bike ride or are able to do this swim whereas if we were to pitch that back to the more at risk young people you've spoken about what's the impact of this corona virus situation on those young people. Forget US figure out running for a moment ago bike riding like the people that you see you know you understand right at the chalk face. What's the impact on them so like? I'm I'm actually die. Contact with a lot of youth organisations sued banks that give Search very vulnerable members of society and teachers or schools very disadvantaged aries people's sexual conduct bedrooms residing against the show The stuff on getting back it and again it's not scamming by it's very very very concerning to the gods of these use love. Is a song petrified about the existence of a junkie or in the Dan Eighteen? And I'm not. This is the United Kingdom two thousand twenty. But that's the reality should rations one in five. Children will not be eating meals wash. This is happening child abuse sexual abuse domestic violence Dave foodbanks being exposed to the food bank scoot late. It is again perspective and it is a spouse like by not autism. I love running. I love swimming but There's so many more people comedy in this country. That aren't even able to go outside into gardens. May leaving high rise flats is cody Aren't really care about the on helping them with their education on now Clayton active Satan Front Street with. I don't even the hassle Literally slated and now involves Because then elected and is very concerned on I think when when when the polls botton is so impressively playing for slide down and society news on I I am really concerned about the impact least in rats on the Las Vegas when I saw it on. I'm very very concerned. Because against is spectrum an Again my listeners. Now I think if people listen to this is like myself where I am is if you're if you're privileged position and you have resources is about is the time. How can I use since he's to help people? And that's not you giving away off your income base about looking at local food by looking at young people in the community activities. Aubrey Knight Would Be Rahm in a gospel lines to kids. And how can you? How can you use the racial You've got you'll spend to help. The community immature among It's really difficult because we think of ourselves is this presenting like this is presenting lifestyle challenges right and for many people listening to this show. The current context will be presenting recreational leisure and lifestyle challenges but ultimately these are not big life challenges. They just temporary lifestyle challenges. You know and when you put the the the case for the more vulnerable in society forward it really cool is as an were twice already buy. It causes us to shift that perspective and just to to think about whether or not we need to go for that run or what else we can do instead at the moment than going for you know. He's even Spoon Mossy not define from some of them. Young says this is seven hundred. Ten children that children young played BASS. Twenty three thousand eight and outsource our To a free time these kids. I'm very limited amount of physical activity By the might be the answer to fine. I generally concerning the mental health and they are I don't know Sam. They a lot of stuff to desserts Realistically I also killed off. I'm very very valuable and not mental health issues that could develop poverty situation because again they generally down lights and lights go outside for an hour hour able to and around will arrive Blackhawks. Unable access to buy a lot more comes at. We've got too busy are pads that literally locked in a box. Real excited down that very roll up down and settled the most vulnerable age group. The mental development lies. This cannot be true founding. Pat's children Very soon that's why I've been trying to think raising with a positive impacts that situations again. He's very frustrating. Because are you now And I was like on guy wants tonight to try of shots on east coast to the shots. I'm signing a cau- immaterial. Rose will told stone on because I don't WanNa be that. Plus it infects on a maximum in very shocked me so I that's rising. 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You know you've spent considerable amount of time in high security prison units all in some form of segregation and as I said at the intro one and pretty much a year spent in twenty four hour day isolation. So you understand you know you really understand what it means to experience isolation but also you seem to me to also understand what it means to be dedicated to the discipline to get through that often. Do not Pockets people and I think a lot of people get anxious and anniversary Ganges feeding when you have to accept the situation. I'm a fly and you just accepted. This is a situation rid an and I would always say one of the biggest case however it will. The situation is used for free hundred sixty five days. I was not toxic. Twenty four hours a day likely None showers Washington state in myself. I did taxes is an insect sizing self on that too routine and save routines such important and say the beginning when exposed happens it at the pharmacy. 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"mcavoy" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

15:14 min | 1 year ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Using the code marathon talk ten holy Russia. We've been up to hello back what I've been. I've been up to quite a bit. We haven't spent for a couple of weeks because we got. We got pushed off the podcast last week. Didn't we did Stuff pushed to the back to the back so we had a bit of. We've had a long two week break Like WEEKS OF TWO WEEKS. These days merging. Today's market sure. What Day is at the moment? Every day feels like sort of slash Saturday slash Sunday slash. Really don't know I'm kind of lost. I genuinely didn't know what day it was the other day and did get confused but I think I'm on it now but yes so I've been I've been to incorporate writing actually been writing coffee blocks and as a result of that it's made me think about things more. That sounds crazy doesn't it? But you know when you put your words out on paper sometimes. It does make you about things. Doesn't it a bit more wrong with the thinking? Yeah like rushing through life like I normally do and haven't got time to D- anything like that. So Yeah I've to spend time just thinking about the things that are really important to me and also am. I knew that locked people think about this. And there's a lot of research saying that you know. I wonder how long it's going to be like when we get back to normal if all go back to being how we were quite quickly call bad habits and things that we don't like about life or whether we'll make some positive changes and I guess that's what I've been blogging about really about thinking about this morning so there are some really bad things happening and there's some real heartbreak stories out there and it's hard for everyone ever. No one is getting away with this lightly so I wanted to think about what little positive things I could take from this period and really try and make an effort to keep those going. I'm no- under no illusion that I will probably go back to some of the bad habits. Well that's the thing you see stuff your your writing and talking about. I love all that glory talk to but why often see and you probably do too. And we've both certainly I have. I imagine you have to experience the concept of slippage. Like when you know like when you when you say a recognized. This is something that I do. That isn't helping my running off a insert of thing in my life here. I recognize. That doesn't help doesn't help. My running doesn't have the way I'm going to change in. Here's what I'm going to do. I'm going to do this this and then with all the best intention we think about changing those little things and suddenly before you know it. It's all back to your back into your comfy slippers again. Yeah and I think that's the thing is I've had this period before. So what I've been off in in the pauline on my runs in the middle of nowhere. I've been on my own and living a bit of a monastic lifestyle. But then I've come back and I have tried to keep some of these things in my life like I have not come back and just sat and watched maiden Chelsea on loop. I've stopped doing that and I've tried to. Please don't ever have done that. Maybe not only for I do watch this or it's the thing I love and things like no. I haven't watched the whole of master chef series this time and just things. There's just little things that I've come. I've been reading. I've actually finished a couple of books which I haven't done ages of I think. Actually launched in Georgia tickle. Mr Rush of I am. I am from Rome for both into missed it. What kind of questions that you asked me quite frequently? Let's be honest so anyway. Sorry audience but yes. I finished the burks. The as a 'cause I've been reading like adventure which I love that. Lots of mountaineering staff and that makes me really achieve eight. I've been watching. You know like adventure movies like the Banff Film Festival. Didn't if anyone has gone to watch any of those where it's people going to amazing places doing really super cool things that just makes it even worse for me but it makes me. It makes me really excited buoyant for what I can be doing. You can calmly things up can you? Self conceit together and you can brew up this magnificent concoction future so we can and it is right. Look just to be an without wishing to be some kind of like Naysayer here. We go like well. Let's be really clear and you've mentioned it already like there. There is great suffering across the world at the moment and it's serious suffering for lots of people and we mustn't underestimate that we must. Also I think see any small changes that have emerged as our response to the current situation in ourselves in that context so for me. It's like actually this process. First and foremost is about recognizing the pain other people are in and seeing how I can help and second to that if something comes out of it which in some small way that response I recognize something in myself that I can change to help my running all something else. Then that's secondary and I'll think about that as we go through. It's definitely not my probably said this a few times but I don't believe it's a priority to be in a position of striving for betterment at the moment no need Mr motivator in in Green Light Cra bouncing around telling me I need to do so many press up today in a particular way wielding three cans of beans in order for me to feel motivated. I O when people are dying. I agree and we'll say you're right and I think also this period of time whether it's not been that long really has made me think you know I'm thinking I'm saying well this stuff about like yeah. I really want to do this at these adventures and I really want to get to this place and I really want to do that. But actually the other thing is like. We really don't know how long we're going to be in this situation. How where we will be financially ourselves where the world will be financially. I mean that's the thing I mean. There's so many people okay at the moment but I don't know where if I'll what the situation will be in six months time. Just WanNa meet and so of course I do and I'm just like you have to sort of easy. You have to make little steps and really important to recognize if you listen to this thing can go do some radical challenge and recognize in yourself. Actually that picking wild garlic is a fun thing to do. Don't once like I did saying that. Va before we go onto that. Of course this is in the context of. I think we've got to either an email or tweet. I'm sure that said last week. This used to be a running podcast. This she's running. Podcast less than a hippie nonsense so today we're not going to talk about the joy. The holly fanned in falling back in love with running finding neutra trails. Picking Wild garlic instead. We're going to talk about smashing six times three minutes. Eighty three point nine percent threshold. If you can't get the last one by minimizing your recovery lesson excuse me. You've really massive here okay. We'RE INTO ABOUT FORTY MODERN. Lebron running which I have and I won't talk about picking garlic which have but what I did do nearly two weeks ago is Iran. Fastest Five K. I've I've run that fast and I reckon about six years or more than that because I did a five k. time-trial in seventeen minutes and forty eight seconds. Was It four point six K now. I've if you go on instagram. You'll see pictures Mike. Now we take destroy driver but yet it's legit and I'm going to go back and do it. I think probably every month. I don't every two weeks really scared. Teen Forty not by rapid. It's not bad as I was. I was really steeping. No it wasn't actually. I'm thing here as well. I'm doing all my running. Very close my really good loop anemia today and it's a mile from my house so I am sticking cool and I am doing all the right things and I'm running. I'm not really enjoying it. Join just doing my one run a day if the and getting as much out of it as opposed to be can if that means stopping to pick garlic do a little instagram film or run. Seventeen forty eight fast as I possibly can and a little bit of vomit coming at the end I am loving it. Good against nurse when you've rekindled that of do you know what I hate to say it too but so have I have? I have like I've been running my own at all the time I'd seen running with other people like I like I really miss again. A lot of benefit from running with other people even though I only often run with one other person you know. It's a time when I can reconnect to that with that person. And we kept sharp and we compensation and we run together. You know. It's so much more than just a run so my running's really social. It really is a relational activity that I do to connect me to other people who I'm close to in the WHO also Rodman also meet New People and of course. We can't do that so I'm missing that human interaction but I am quite joining running on my own Iran Randy golf course recently which is fantastic. They've opened it for the public. Walk around in usually. It's so partial closed asked Oakley and there's no way that is fabulous it's absolutely fab. I've been writing blogs for Garmin a bit like you really blogging on kind of what you run the most recent ones. What are you run four? We've got one coming up on mental health with Dr Simon Marshall Performance psychologist in the US from braveheart. He wrote the book that we that we have interviewed him on the show before so. I'm doing something with him for Garment. I think it'll be on their social media channels and going to do some strength staff with my buddies from the School of Calisthenics team in Jacko so all that stuff is kind of just making me get a bit more bit more again with my running which can only be a good thing right. Let's move on with the show. Big Thank you to those listeners of popped along to Patriot and pledged their support. You like we do. We linked patron on this week's show notes. We now use social media to share your amazing around the house photos core pigs. Have you showing off your mouth and took kit an interesting places at home like I'd love to see it at if we've had one yet but like marathon? Talking cupboards like people in obscure places. It's Iraq suffered. Yeah well it's great to have people like here's a picture of me in the kitchen. Yeah actually love. Yeah like I'm loving here am stuck in the water. I am stuck onto the bad. Yeah here's me and Aaron Cupboards. 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"mcavoy" Discussed on The Science Bloggers Podcast

The Science Bloggers Podcast

13:54 min | 1 year ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on The Science Bloggers Podcast

"Communication plays in engaging with the public and helping them become more knowledgeable and engaged with the world around them. So Hello Kevin how are you? I'm very well thank you yourself. I'm great so thank you for being here my pleasure. And why don't we start wanted to tell listeners? Owes something about yourself Sure my name is Kevin mcevoy. I'm senior aquarium biologist with a major public aquarium and also head writer and Co host of Radioactive Spider pod which is about ninety spiderman cartoon not super related. You know it's true So I've been in the aquarium industry for a number of years now and I do a lot of work with exhibits okay. So what exactly is an aquarium biologist? Short so Obviously There's been a large number of people that work in an aquarium and a lot of different factors within the husbandry department. We have what are called queerest or aquarium biologists and they're the ones actually taking care of the animals but It's kind of large on that. Not just you know feeding the animals in an kind of checking up on their general health but also the health and wellbeing of the exhibits. Basically each aquarium individuals system is its own little ecosystem and there's a lot that goes into that And keeping it healthy for all the animals that live in it it's It's a big job. So now it's kind of a specialized version of a marine or freshwater. Biologist oh I see so what does it take to build an ecosystem like that up for people to see quite a bit and it really depends on the size and scale that you're talking about. I mean anybody can have their own home aquarium and a lot of ways what you do in a public aquarium is a is a massive version of that but when you start looking at the scale That you look at for example one exhibits could be one point eight million liters of water instead of a couple dozen that you might have a home tank. You start looking at a lot of issues in terms of flow in terms of just doing water change all this stuff changes dramatically when you look at that level of scale and also the animals Become a lot more complex. It's not just goldfish. You're looking at lasmo brings like sharks and rays. There's all kinds of stuff so when you start something fresh new. There's a there's a whole process that goes into it But it's basically trying to replicate the natural world and that means not just in terms of decor and the animals and the water chemistry but even things like making sure that the bacterial biofilm that exists in the tank is ready to go so that natural cycles like the nitrogen cycle that would happen while are occurring in the tank so you are in a sense building an ecosystem. Wow that sounds like a lot of work. So typically how many people work on a project like this to keep an ecosystem alive and healthy again depends on scale if you if it's a smaller aquarium. They might have a much smaller. Staff of only a few people. A larger aquarium could have the style like dozens of people like we do Something very large like say Georgia Aquarium. They have an open ocean tank for example That's the one with whale sharks in it famously. The one located in Atlanta And they have a team of a believe almost ten people who were explicitly on that one exhibit. It is a monstrously huge exhibit but one single tank has a game like ten people working on it while. That sounds like a now as a massive undertaking. So yeah you know. I imagine to to maintain an aquarium. You know of any size takes a lot of water. So how do you source that? And what is the impact on the environment? Will it really depends on where the aquarium in question is located at once? They're located near the coast. Assay Monterey Aquarium Monterey Bay Or things like that will often use like a flow through system where they'll take in water from the the actual environment They'll usually put it through a cleaning process. Although some smaller aquariums might not might just be live seawater but will usually do a basic filtration. And then it'll go into the tanks out it gets dumped out back into the ocean which you know it's it's just sort of a cyclical kind of thing For other aquariums that are not located Next to a suitable body of water like that anything inland for example. You can't exactly piping seawater that kind of a distance so you have to make it yourself which is a massive undertaking as well Some people use a pre made mixes which are basically giant versions of what some at home aquariums will use and that will have all the constituent elements from seawater others like the institution that I worked for. We actually make our own formula so we have the individual salts that were adding. Which is you know over a dozen of them. And you're trying to very finely tune your Steve Water to exactly what your animals need so that can be a lot of work as well. It could take you know teams of three people. Moving six thousand pounds of salts to produce thirty five thousand gallon batches or something like that in and you'll run through that in about a week. Wow adenoid as possible. You know you can make your own seawater and I would slow. That's something that's completely near to me. Ya on one hand. It's more work but on the other hand you can control everything about it. Whereas you know you're if you're pulling from the actual ocean there could be variations the day-to-day if there's a heavy rain for example you're going to get a lot more dilute water. Usually they would pull from a deeper part of the you know the water next to them. you know if you if you go down a little bit and a little ways out you're going to get water that's Pretty much consistent but there can be regional and seasonal fluctuations in the water whereas you can be very specific when you make your own water so there's advantages to both I imagine. So what exactly does it take to become an aquarium biologist? In what what did you need to specialize in? Well we've got a number of different people come from different backgrounds. Generally speaking it's it's going to involve an undergraduate degree in biology. Typically animal biology marine biology freshwater biology. A personally I came from a zoology background Like biology but it wasn't being plant so that was my deciding factor And some people may even have masters degrees within that field as well My additional degree is actually in science communication. Which is why I volunteered to be on this podcast but it's it gets fairly multi disciplinary and usually. There's some intangibles that we're also looking for scuba diving. For example is is a big part of the job so Having your ticket is important additional Thing to have and I imagine like science. Communication is also a big part of of the job. So how exactly does that play into working aquarium? Yeah it is. It's a very multi disciplinary job. You wear a lot hats There's the everyday stuff where you're taking here. Animals you're looking into near looking after their health working on their nutrition But then you might also be building those systems or servicing the life support elements which is a little little more technical. And then you also have chances to interact with the public. Look will do. The queerest team will speak to the public will have a separate shows and stuff like that where the education team takes the lead. But there's also Instances where people will get a chance to talk to the people actually take care of the animals. So you'll have to get out there on the floor and speak to people and you know talk about how you're feeding them and their biology and things like that I've been in the field for a while now and Panel of chances to do some other fun stuff as well up done television Like children's shows Shark Week and things like that and also doing some talks for the public and stuff like that as well so You get you get a chance to talk to people and for me. specifically I work within a scenario aquarium. That is a changeable exhibit space which just to be to be clear for Anyone who is familiar Moses aquarium science centers will have areas that are designated to change regularly. So maybe every year to two years that area will be ripped out and something new comes in and that lets you try new things but it's also very useful for marketing and getting people to come back in. Baheren a year while we have this new cool thing for you to see so. That's my area and So basically hitting to design a new exhibit space every two years or so. So that's a actually building. These exhibits is is is a major public interaction. You have to think a lot of things there so going from one exhibit and changing it into another. I guess like one. You have to move all this water but you also have to move all these animals to a new location overturned exhibit. How do you ensure that the stress to these? These animals are minimized while animal transports. It's like a it's major thing not just four doing a new exhibit space but just older exhibits or As you know biology continues and animals grow up and then pass away or new animals born. You're going to have fluctuating levels in the population. And so you're going to have to move animals around from time to time and so there's no blanket answer and that's something. I think I'm going to have to sail. Is there? No blank can answer because animals are so specific. And what what works for one. Animal can maybe not work for another like for example if it if it's a small fish let's say you know. I don't know a a a rock bass or something like that from a freshwater exhibit. Ub Fairly simple matter of being able to catch the animal up and then move it over a small body of water. You could either a bag or a cooler or something like that. When you're talking about something very large like say a large grouper or last bring like a shark or ray or something like that. A then you're talking about a completely different set of circumstances and Probably a lot more hardware because their demands are just so much different so as as far as science communication goes is like. Do you have any personal philosophy or insight into how that aquarium signed can be communicated or should be communicated to the public. Sure While I was doing my second degree. In science communication there was a very heavy emphasis put on Basically use it was based on utilizing constructivist versus didactic methods of teaching and learning Which in a nutshell didactic is like the classic teacher? Talking kids taking notes sort of thing. It's lectures it's educational films podcasts and it can work for a. Lotta people but In Zoos Aquaria is well. It could be like a like an animal and then you just have its name and then fun facts picture. That's what it is but Constructivist teaching is the idea that we construct our own understanding of a subject. And so you should optimize learning around that And it's a good ideal than it's also like you know. Maybe doing a science experiment classroom instead of just reading about it or observing live animal in zoo aquarium or like using simulations and stuff like that incorporates learning choice social interaction You can talk to people around you. You build your understanding since constructivist. So that's sort of what I was taught with. And if nothing else very practical person so I see the time and place for both types of learning. Sometimes you just have to have things told you and sometimes it's good to explore but it is. It does seem to be true that knowledge sticks to better when you discover it and I think that's something that Zoo Aquarium Science Centers. Have a very good chance of doing ahead of the game in terms of helping people learn. Because you're go to an aquarium or zoo and you're immersed in new experience and you have that learning choice where you kind of. Just set your own schedule. Nobody says hey you gotta go look at the elephants now where you gotta go look at the Shark right now. You can stand there as long as you want. No one no observed whatever you want so people are already doing that And so it's a good chance to sort of enable that you WanNa have the facts there you WanNa have the information there for those people who want it and so that people get a clear picture but if you can kind of go towards that ideal allow people to have this experience Were THEY LEARNED. Sort of organically. That is the ideal for me. So when we're making a new exhibit Variety is always something you WanNa look towards so the people come in here. They're trying new things..

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"mcavoy" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

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"mcavoy" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

10:04 min | 1 year ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"I recently saw a movie that he did last year. That did not do well at all and I understand why didn't do well now that I've watched it emergence. What a perfect backhand of a show just. I wanted to watch this because someone had posted a Gif of him kissing his Co Star in that film. Alessia candor as Mike Okay. I didn't hear of this movie. What happened came out in two thousand seventeen. It's considered romantic thriller and You know I'm going to be honest. It's not good not good. I rented it. I spent three ninety nine some written and watch it and I was angry about it. I don't think I paid any attention to it after the first thirty minutes It was just not great and so I think everybody has their does. Every actor has films a collection of films that don't perform. Well maybe they you know the script didn't end up being what they thought. It was going to be wanting onscreen so I can't necessarily say that you should go and watch it but again. It's just proof. He is an incredible kisser at when they Are Making out. She is the one that's kind of like leading the session and it goes back to what you talked about the difference that he has in Cyrano. I'm even an atonement when he's with these With US love interest but he's places characters that let the women that he's with kind of initiate and guide the session then guide the interlude between them in such a way. That it's very. It's a very passionate but delegates balanced between them and it was just You know I'm not gonNA save find to watch just for that scene but if you happen to like stumble across it watch it. Because it's very well done and he's very nervous in. It looks like you know. His character is seems a little nervous about what's about to happen. Which was a little refreshing. So I just I think the he'd really he knows how to I. Don't know just show that it's okay to let women to let the love interest Guide him in that. It could still be a passionate fruitful adventure. When you Kinda step out of your ego and let someone else take control. I love that I love that and I think it's something you've identified. Is something a lot of women have identified with James mcavoy and there was an interview that he did well he went onto. Graham Nelson Show The UK and He was on the Sofa with Daniel Radcliffe. Ak You know young Harry Potter. And they were talking about stuff and there was a whole thing around. interactions with fans. And he's telling the story about this woman that he met at a fancy dress party And he basically anyway. I'll let him tell the story. Do not thing where some people make a list of people famous people that had allowed to have sex with if they meet them free bus right. Yeah she called an allowance pocket money to spend me And so hard on a fella and and then she came up and said After so you're my loans and I was begging Bob. Excuse me you know he's cool with it and you're my thing and By the whole of the story and and I was really taken aback. And I'm married and thank you very much. It's really nice. And then she said this thing it was like it was meant as a compliment and she was trying to get me to do it. We still really did. She went after seventy late. John and Tim your new. I love that so much for that crack alone. You're not getting it. That made me love so hard people. I mean festival man finds a weird they just say should really do what I love. I love his little thing. Just kind of like won't first of all. Thank you very much Vlad. Whatever but anyway the core of it is really what I what you were saying. I think there's something about him. A lot of women have kind of intuitively gleaned and that he is a okay with just like just taking his foot off the gas and let you direct things as it were under something of course as we know wildly attractive about that and again. It's not something you can nail down you just feel it. And he gives off the feeling here he just seems so intimate wow. I'm sorry I'm grinning into my microphone. I'm just I'm just ready. I'm just I'm smiling at the thought of James mcevoy and intimacy. It's lovely and I think that really kind of nails down everything that is First of all about Mr James mcevoy gives you everything you want. Also some of the stuff. You don't expect Yes I like that Thank you so much. Thanks Nicole any final thoughts on James mcavoy. I encourage everybody to go look for the library. Seen in tournaments. If you haven't already because it is one of the best lovemaking scenes on film ever in life. It's yes okay. Say No but choked. Sound of Nicole is the final recommendation. You need to go find the library. Seen in Atonement James Michael boy we salute you if you are in America. Perhaps you're in New York one week just pop by the studio. We'd be very happy to receive so we have done a very thorough discussion on Mr James mcevoy and we have reached the point in the show. Where of course we showcase some wisdom in the form of a dribble A very short little Fantastic segment where we project wildly onto the idea of a I object Nicole. Are you ready? I am ready. I'm ready to hear what you've written for today. You know what I. I don't know what's going to happen with this travel. I know that when I started it I was thinking. What do I like about James mcavoy? And a lot of that had to do with His voice The idea of what his hands can do On the sorts of kind of like an intimacy as as you yourself pointed out the something about him that feels very intimate and so. That's that was what I had in my. That was my mood board when I began Tap tapping away at the struggle. So I'm going to get into it and Yeah all right. Let's see what you think. It's week six. James said lowly as he set his Satchel down at the station next to mine. He bumped my shoulder with his You know what that means. I did know for weeks now. We've been playing this game in which I gave him my number in segments digits a week which he would then incorporate into whatever he had made that week. So far was a slender vase. Embellished with seven's a finger bowl decorated with swirling infinity aides to squat mugs with sleek silvery threes baked into the glaze. Today I was finishing a quarter of teacups minds and L. Gray. James had quit last week and now I was bent over my table. Rolling out delicate worms of clay discarding. The worst of my efforts along the way next to me James going for something much larger a fat bottomed Carafe as far as I could see and he was already focused on his task. We'll turning the muscles of his shoulders bunching but still relaxed fingers loose. So am I guess the last number? He asked in a low murmur or he added after reporters. Will you just give it to me? His voice was Aloma competing only with the methodical Of the wheel I turned my head to face him. A sly look on my face. I could have given you this number weeks ago. I said Oh I know that he said but you like this game and so I do too. He turned his face as he said. This is almost gleaming. I looked at him. The loss number is three. I said Okay. I like getting your number. I'll random what I like the way that you try to you know. Give you a number of these very clever unique styles. Sometimes you WANNA just like visual activities. So yeah that was measuring. I like it. I like thank you. Thank you thank you. I am very excited to hear what you're doing with James This Week. So without much ado. Let's get that out of you. Oh my gosh okay. I hurried through the door in time to see James's friends lowering him not so carefully to the couch. He cursed at them but his speech sounded a bit slurred. I shoot them all. Out of the way and stuff the pillow under his broken leg to elevate it they left.

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"mcavoy" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

10:33 min | 1 year ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"James Holt in front of my mouth. I close my eyes as a bitter sweetness flips my tongue. Only you say can make me take that your old goats. That's what you are. This episode of Thursday kid is sponsored by dropbox. You've probably used dropbox at some point while working on a project maybe just to share and store file but did you know that dropbox is also a great tool for collaborating with all kinds of teams. Take filmmaking for example whether it comes to location scouting perfecting the sound Mike crew members use drugs to keep everyone in sync from start to finish. It takes a team to make great villains possible a little later in the show. We'll have from the director of a movie that premiered at the two thousand nine hundred thousand Sundance Film Festival. Get the pleasure you want this year. We pay why Lube when you're getting unbelievable pleasure. It shows the post great sex real people so turn up the pleasure show afterglow with K Y get your glow on at K Dash Wise Dot Com and get ten percent off with Promo code sexy. That's K Dash Y DOT COM. Get ten percent off with Promo Code. Sexy Okay Nicole. Have you got that out of your system whereas to come? No no that out. Bless your heart now listeners. Maters a slight difference in the way we sound this week and I don't just mean the germs clogging up of various systems Nicole is actually so unwell that she is not in the studio. She's such a trooper that she is recording this from a secret location. Deep in some villain's lair. Somewhere in Brooklyn. Shout to Unical. Because you did this yes I am in a in flatbush somewhere coughing up my lungs dying. I'm sorry I'm so sorry it's Okay. I must go on and you know one never have. I seen in such action. Look at you the first Moscow. You're like an old school theater director my darlings the show must go on as you. Hack a lung discreetly into a potted palm. You're doing amazing very proud of you and we are very thankful and we are going to power through this episode so that you can get some more fluids. No not that kind. You'RE GONNA get some fluids and you're GONNA get some rest that good. Yes it sounds fantastic. All right let's jump right into today's episode Nicole now you and I and our producer show. We did something last week. That's really animated. Today's episode did it. Not Absolutely. We went to see Cyrano de Berge wreck starring James mcevoy Louis. Now okay. So we're GONNA get to Cyrano but the key thing is we animated strongly by James mcevoy. He was the person that we went to watch. Of course Jamie Lloyd Respected Theater Director the whole thing National Theatre live is great Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. But the real key to Venturing out on a cold winter in Brooklyn was to go and see James mcevoy and the reason. Why is James mcevoy has been at the forefront of our thirsty imaginings for a good number of years? Now right yes I mean. I can't remember the first time that I saw him. But I just know that whenever real was to keep my eye on this man for the rest of my life life expectancy is high until I die this guy. I know I know exactly what you mean. I had a very similar. I remember for sure I saw him. It was years and years and years ago on a TV show called shameless. Which has been remade in America and has gone on for Latin longer than it ever did in the UK but was on there with his now ex wife. Anne-marie doff who is also amazing astonishing fair to perform and in that. I'll never forget this. He was playing an Englishman from London. School Steve I think and he had like a proper legal London accent and later on when I found out that he was actually Scottish. I remember kind of think. You don't like God watts like I was genuinely taken aback by it because he was like this kind of slightly pushed dickhead from London. And I'd like to know him. No many many men like him and then I heard him speak in his native accent and I was just like Oh my God Jesus Christ I know. They couldn't have made you Scottish for reasons but I wish they'd let you keep this. Oh my God. He's so arts here so high and I wish that he could keep his Scottish accent for everything is just so beautiful to me anyway so yes so. Shameless was the beginning. And then there's like a number of movies that he went through a big period of being nominated for everything and anything and then he has like a couple of comic book franchise in there. He has like the serious. You know the indie stuff. He has like the weird phase and so what he's growing still but we're going to get all of this so Nicole. Grab something to soothe your throat. Let's begin the all right. I think now that I've thought about it some more. I can make the first time that I really glommed onto him. Was the last king of Scotland. Interesting interesting okay. I see I can see the logic is and I already love you for go. On the last king of Scotland he's stars in it with Carrie Washington and Forest Whitaker. He played a character. Nicholas Garagan Very young you know guy trying to figure out what his place in the world. He spent the globe and figures wherever he lands is where he's going to go and he lands on Uganda right. He goes there he ends up. Part of Idi Amin courts. I guess I I think I think it's fair to call it. A coup it. Yeah 'cause I basically the kind of ship he was running back then yeah and then you know. Nicholas begins this relationship with Carrie Washington character. Who is one of the wives? And that's when I saw that this man that James mcevoy might be one of the best onscreen kissers I have ever seen in my life. Okay so like you. I had a moment where I was just kind of like. Oh my God. This guy is so good at everything he does and in that movie. He's playing this fictional character like you said he's He's not real. He has been kind of imagined for the book and subsequent film but he's he's quite green isn't he? So he's not all he's not immediately attractive prospect like when we first meet Nicholas. He's kind of just like slightly. You know is doing fine line in that sort of white privilege that means you can spend and be like wherever it lands. That's where I'll go and you end up being fuck in Uganda. But like there's is something that's switches in him. Suddenly you think to yourself. I don't know why but I'm drawn to this guy like there's something about him and that is one hundred percent down to James mcevoy's portrayal of him. Yeah like even. Though he was very baby-faced you know he was very you know still relatively young At the time he always has this level of seriousness to his role that he you can tell that he He wants to make sure that he is performing to the best of his ability in the he has taken care with research. At least that's how it feels to me. You know as as someone watching that. He has researched that. He has made sure that he understands the context of the character that he's playing in the script and all that kind of stuff and it just comes across and everything that he does even when he's know playing something as we'll get you a little later playing some a character like a professor x right this mutant that can Control minds or whatever it is. Professor can do but it's just not always Always brings this level of expertise to his characters. Yes yes you look at him and you think you know you know that wonderful video slash. Gif of Patrick Stewart where he pretends to be asleep and then he suddenly jerks awake and he goes Acting there is something that something of that I mean without the the Ham element that you know Patrick Stewart is doing in that scene. But there's something about mcevoy that makes you think God he's he's killing it because he comes out the other side where it doesn't show that he's acting it feels like he is embodied the character and so by the time you come out of it. You feel like you've been in a trance watching him and then you come back to yourself and you wait. Wait wait wants that was. I've been transported if really feels it feels like watching him at his best when he's at the height of his powers. It always feels as though I know his face but he doesn't feel like an actor to me in those moments he feels like himself and I I was interested years ago. He said in an interview that If he hadn't become an actor he might have become a priest. Right and part of me thought that there's something about him that invites confidence something about him that invites us to kind of take a look unto trust him earnestness to him. Yeah like he's he's got those big is he wants. He's kind of you know it does feel a little bit. Confide in me like yeah absolutely. There's something solid about him for someone who is so slight. There is something very solid and grounded in him that I always appreciate.

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McAvoy, Bruins beat Blackhawks 2-1 for 5th straight victory

Jay Talking

00:10 sec | 1 year ago

McAvoy, Bruins beat Blackhawks 2-1 for 5th straight victory

"Checking sports the Bruins on the road in Chicago beating the Blackhawks two to one Charlie McEvoy's scoring a medic nineteen into overtime giving the Bruins their fifth straight

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McAvoy, Bruins beat Blackhawks 2-1 for 5th straight victory

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

McAvoy, Bruins beat Blackhawks 2-1 for 5th straight victory

"Charlie McEvoy's first goal of the season was huge as the Bruins defeated the Blackhawks to one in overtime McEvoy scored one nineteen into the extra time it was his third career overtime tally both goalies robin Lehner for Chicago Yaroslava lock we're stingy in net to lock allowing just Alex brink it's second period goal and later made thirty eight saves a Sean Carelli scoring the Bruins other goal Boston has now won five straight games and their seventy eight points leads the entire NHL David Shuster Chicago

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The many meanings of the pinched fingers emoji

All Of It

01:35 min | 1 year ago

The many meanings of the pinched fingers emoji

"Holly last week a brand new batch of images for apple and android wear unveiled but there's one particular addition that sparked a lot of engagement on social media a set of pinched fingers to symbolize a common Italian hand gesture the newsroom should only he reports this gesture will be familiar to anyone who's ever interacted with an Italian it's usually performed while flicking the rest up and down and the creators of this emoji time it represents the way an Italian might ask McAvoy meaning what do you want Italians and the de espera have been rejoicing online since the emoji was approved a tweet by comedian Japan key young whites reading Italians we one has almost a million likes while the official account for the US state of New Jersey home to many Italian Americans simply tweeted endorsed but depending on where you are in the world this particular configuration of holding the fingers and thumb together could have a completely different meaning and social media users have been quick to point out these differing interpretations for example in the Arab world you might use it if you asking someone to calm down we'll be patients in Nigeria it was suggested that the just you could be the emoji version of the basketball us a back and forth argument the K. pop star you re uses the gesture to tell fans she loves them and in India it can be a way of asking if someone's hungry in fact one user right you see an Italian hand gesture I see a Gujarati pass in eighteen dollars Bucks rookie shock you have it should only be there

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"mcavoy" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

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"mcavoy" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"It's an fortunate back to the cast, you got James McAvoy returning. Michael bender. Jennifer, Lawrence nNcholas halt Sophie Turner tie, Sheridan Alexander ship, as storm Evan Peters, quicksilver, Cody Smith fees night, crawler, Jessica Chastain, as the bed gal, and there's your main cast all cast returning from apocalypse and days of future past. Yeah. It's so there's so many things I want to discuss about the making of the movie I'm going to wait. Let's just get our opening thoughts out the actual movie while we were showed onscreen. I saw this on Sunday, and it's now Thursday, and I've pretty much completely almost forgotten this whole fucking movie. So rugs you saw most recently. Yeah. Why don't you start? Give us your opening thoughts on this movie. And what was going through your head? I was very confused. That's a good word. Yes foul. Why did decided to do the things that they the end especially? Why they did it that way when they could have done a million different things. I don't think it was directed poorly or anything like that. And I don't think it was like cringe, but it was just, you know, I'm I don't know. I don't really. I think I enjoyed this more than apocalypse, actually. Yeah. I think I enjoyed this more than. I guess that will explain origins. Yeah. So I don't think it was a complete piece of dog shit..

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Weekend Box Office Preview: 'Glass' Starring Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, and James McAvoy

The Trading Group

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Weekend Box Office Preview: 'Glass' Starring Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, and James McAvoy

"Checking out the movies this weekend? Here's your box office preview. This weekend two franchises, collide and glass. The latest from writer director m night Shamlan as sequel to both to thousands unbreakable in two thousand sixteen split. This superhero thriller follows the emergence of James mcevoy's villain, the hord along with efforts by Bruce Willis is David done to stop him. We've helped from Mr. glass played by Samuel L Jackson on YouTube joy, Sarah, Paulson and Spencer, treat Clark also

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"mcavoy" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"mcavoy" Discussed on The Watch

"Johnson either name is from the which on don't know yeah you know you're basically three girls are at a i got bent against a spot for birthday start him in the with their dan like there's a dad there and they leave and onyx and they know their kidnapped by james mcavoy able proved takes them to an underground bunker somewhere and it turns out he's a ten closer field mine no it turns out the james mcavoy has when for it multiple personalities it sums that they're split yet and it set hurt cetera i like there's a did there is like it it's basically mcavoy bennie buckley places therapist who believes that the that this but personality the people's people several times but personalities also might possess but almost superhuman quality and supernatural quality in and it goes on and on and so right now i just want to come to spoil this for indeed because when people are good and i'm minnesota so i would step ahead i mean try to just one minute so if you don't want to hear the end of splendid skip ahead like a minute okay here's a funny thing right so ever is like this does you know i can't believe the end of split can't believe it's like so crazy chatter on the board i was like oh i i never but i would see that as a headliner people yards as it's like okay okay and size like okay i'm looking for defining out the into split is you know it's crazy on friday and i was like so it's huge twist in this you weren't in order to watch you trust look i can't wait but she despite what she like i would never expected that from and i'm not chime i'm so we'll get to the end of it yeah and i'm like is this but twist words like it's it's sort of the and it's like and i was like always the twist that like she is and that's interesting and then it gets to the deep credits tag you know like after the did that the be after that they stayed the movie ends yeah and then and then there and there is like one last if they know there's gonna be something i didn't.

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