35 Burst results for "Moriarty"

Thomas & Friends Storytime: Chases and Races

Thomas & Friends Storytime (US)

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Thomas & Friends Storytime: Chases and Races

"This is a story about thomasson. James thomas is cheeky. Little blue steam engine. James is up. Bright red tendering. Both engines can shut freight pull passenger coaches on both engines. Try to be responsible and reliable but they loved her race so now you've met the heroes of our story. Let's begin our janney. All aboard for a big adventure reds versus blues. Thomas is friend. James is a very proud engine. Who loves shopping around showing fish. I need bright red paint but so does soccer team where blue so on matchday. All the soccer fans cheered thomas wherever he goes because he's painted blue but the funds never cheer james because he's painted red early one morning sir. Top hat arrived at timothy sheds with a special job thomasson james. Hello almost good morning. James moriarty sodo united of a big much today against the barrow. Refereeing the game. There will be a lot of extra passengers today so the two of you must work together to take them back and forth to the soccer field dry. Oh yes sir we're together. You can count on us sir.

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Salty Fans, Hot Yankees Greet Astros in Return to Bronx

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Salty Fans, Hot Yankees Greet Astros in Return to Bronx

"In their first meeting since the Houston cheating scandal was revealed the Yankees defeated the Astros by the final score of seventy three was a playoff atmospheres a crowd of just under eleven thousand fans consistently boot astro players throughout the night Giancarlo Stanton led the way for the yanks with a four for five nine highlighted by a first inning two run Homer and said the crowd carried them just relive those moments and the the disappointment and and obviously the the comfort controversies that transpired from that and you know you bought all that in one and and that's basically the the emotions that whole game the margin of victory came in the sex on a throwing error from Houston third baseman Alex Bregman allowing three runs to score for the Yankees who have won four consecutive games and six of their last seven Mike Moriarty New York

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Harden debuts with triple-double, Durant scores 42, Nets win

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

Harden debuts with triple-double, Durant scores 42, Nets win

"James harden had a triple double in his debut in Brooklyn as the nets offended your lender magic one twenty two to one fifteen harden posted thirty two points fourteen assists eleven rebounds and said he's just happy to be in Brooklyn is excited excited for the opportunity this is unbelievable organization top to bottom and you know to me I'll have to do is go out there and and and be the best you know James are not to be alarmed you know good things will happen pardon became the first player in NBA history debuting with their new team to put up a thirty plus point triple double Kevin Durant added a game high forty two points bush and that's to their third consecutive victory Mike Moriarty New York

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Alabama's Smith becomes 1st WR to win Heisman in 29 years

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Alabama's Smith becomes 1st WR to win Heisman in 29 years

"Alabama's divide this myth became the first wide receiver to win the Heisman Trophy twenty nine seasons who presented with the warden of virtual ceremony due to the pandemic Smith has won her five catches a twenty two total touchdowns as a senior heads into the national change of game against Ohio state Monday night it is very important just because the two main reasons I came back was to get my degree answer one another national championship so I've checked one box and just trying to check done now to Louisiana native Smith finished with fourteen forty seven first place votes clinches Trevor Lawrence came in second while Alabama teammate quarterback mac Jones rounded out the top three Smith is the third album a player to win the Heisman also two thousand nine twenty running backs mark Ingram in Derrick Henry Mike Moriarty New York

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"moriarty" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:41 min | 10 months ago

"moriarty" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"I it was nice to see harvey again because i played his announce. I'm seventeen from raging ball risque. But then i played his wife which Totally forgot. I quit his wife unconscious. Basically everybody's life. So far i might be missing a few but i'll get to them before right before. Sorry now but anyway said we had done. I kept thinking all the outlaws on. That's why germany. But it was on sunday when they explain this process going up there. It was like we'll do they. At least be you know you're on top of from patented skull but then like the film's accepted into sundance. This girl danielle mcdonald's now she's brilliant but in jerry that just see that they just. It was so much fun doing that movie which was truly dependent which they forgot to tell me that they can't pay you all right. I'll do it anyway down going back to sundown with it being the first movie sold and i just remember all of us were together like fox searchlight. I think just kinda case for like ten million dollars. You know something crazy weldon discontinue dancing because we were at a party but It just sometimes the independence. You have no choice but kind of dying out with everybody. Yeah nothing you. Don't you have a choice. But for some reason you just become a lot closer and you really become a family on the independence. That's why i was always a fan of that because you really are there because you want to absolutely and don't get me wrong throwing in a big budget every now and then you you that extra room for when it comes over but rarely is kind of like a life force in ohio. Really get to use your art in your craft and and don't get spoiled by not having a block long rv. I didn't think i began back to honey wagon. Which is when. I started out with a started out in honey wagon on raging bell actually thought the guy was backing Take qin the sacrifices that you know you will aware of after being seasoned for so many years that you're going to make it shouldn't really make a difference. You need a space where you can change and You need a stays for you can get into a mindset and other than that you're gonna be with these people all day long anyway same as for yourself at but i you know as you say the independent world is something very precious and i think that's why i say something like but i'm a cheerleader. Which you know. You've got natasha. Leone and claire divall and rupaul. A lot of people didn't know how long recall went under a different name. But was just that eddie. Cipriani aspirin town. Who actually used to. He'd be sec because her father robert town. Yeah little like outright chinatown on when they were doing the sequel to china or sequel whatever..

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"moriarty" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

03:41 min | 10 months ago

"moriarty" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Twenty. She goes now like you know what Forty five fifty. That's what makes you think. I'm a man says so when i google you wash my my mom had me. My mom was forty two turning forty three when i was born. She had me. Later is when i'm thirty. Seven thirty four. I am bless you wanna work. It had a lot of them. I live in. La this is a health through all that now face fine. I know i know of mind. I don't mind aging now. That's where no. I kinda like it. Because i think i feel like lauren. Bacall earned wrinkle on my face. I am sure india. And i deserve everyone to prop what you've got kids you've earned all of them. Yeah but it just like general. I mean i think i always when you have kids. Yeah when you have three in a year or three thirteen months yeah but I have great kids. Thank god they turned out okay. You know they're actually nice people unlike. We've like kind of being together which you know. Teenagers don't want to whatsoever but You know we do it tonight. Through went through a phase of not wanting to hang out with my parents. I always liked my parents which was nice. I don't think they've gone through advisor with went through with mine back in the olden days. Oh my god you wouldn't want to be seen with your parents until you made the really proud and then they would like. Oh my god. I don't even have a date that this premier night in mowing dad. He and my mom and dad like mike day at certain love that though are so did you get to attend academy awards didn't yes you're right i did and it was like one of that it was a it was The prison reagan got shot so they cancelled them. And i just remember. I didn't wasn't smart yet. Where like now. They should have sent someone to do. My era makeup so i'm sitting at my hair makeup. Getting ready really naive there. Then they call the oscars cancel on. Why the president. I'm not doing this again tomorrow. Yes you are. Kathy has in my place. A yeah is your president. Reagan got shot at south bugging out that anyway it was a long time ago and then they have been stay. You'll you could really think of is. Are they gonna use the same food from the day before. Is it going to be leftovers. This was my Year are the same. You are absolutely. That's a little. Thank of is like if i go to eat after this and it's those day are they gonna make all. I was going to be dale. That was my that was my thought process ended robot taking my errands day or do i have to redo the whole thing again. I had to redo the whole thing again. So then you said. Did you go so you went to school for acting that or did you take classes. I did in high school shore. We did all that out towards sure. I still play readings at the canon theatre as the coronet. I got to study. What we started bernard That is really because of genera. Mauri- cassese and this is after the movie we were at were rant..

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"moriarty" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:54 min | 10 months ago

"moriarty" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"We never received them because they didn't want me having anything to do with because they could influence may in how would trae her. because i wasn't or training her. I was portraying the vicki. That was seen through jake size and that was like biggest heart of the movie. Having different trae where you can't really play person then you are playing a real person but you. You're not playing her. You're playing how somebody else perceives. Her caesar you know so. I was like. I don't think she would have done that. I heard that she didn't win. Doesn't make a difference. This would made in mad. Look nate jaekle mata as crazy as he was it's how he sought so it was a really hard thing to do and i think if i'd have to do that now i don't even know if i would could or would but being so young and adaptable when you're when you're young you're crazy you don't have the fear and you wanna learn and you wanna do things. Once i was able to accept Vicky on those terms it made things a lot easier. I would take more risks you of it. I don't know if the know it all makes sense. Either it'd be re promise does a annoy guy like you know it's like a kind kinda like revisiting visualizing Sure that the patients of these three men and everybody else in the cast and crew. I learned how to cook from. Mrs scorsese while ben. I applied it to the restaurant. The meatballs in the lasagna. When i used to have the restaurants that yet she taught me how she could cook with so cobas then but it was. You know it was such a long experience. Because if i met them in on we didn't finish the following december then another year before i came out in trying to remember like you know a lot of Whatever i only have really good memories than i will forever be to them just filled with gratitude for everything. They taught me the time they check out meter agents the opportunity. Of course damn it was. It was just wonderful talk about on the job training at thoroughly. Coletta say experiences. Your best teacher in. I mean you had you won the the golden ring. Yeah do you know what it was. It was just having to learn on the spot to learn everything that i learned. It was just so much to learn. Because i was so naive wasn't just so naive especially on the technical aspect. I didn't have the schooling you know i could do as many places you want to. But i didn't have disowned. But i think that's what they wanted. They wanted something that was. And i was able to like you know go to school instead with people afterwards on..

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"moriarty" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:15 min | 10 months ago

"moriarty" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"All i can already do. I guess now part of it is being young. I think it if you knew who they were. You might not have been yourself. It's funny because i had just seen taxi driver. I think all these months has an deer hunters coming out. But i i probably should have taken it much more serious but if i did that i wouldn't have been able to do what i did in the movie in their kindness to me. I wasn't just you know. They put time into mass Deniro's ashley joe pesci. I mean couldn't. They couldn't have been nicer here. I am out in california. Because i'm all bad and i know everything i knew nothing nothing because you know fool. Just be hysterical crying nyquil in my mother you know but they taught me taught me the technical. They were asians with may Told me have listen. It can remember wasn't just showing up and doing a movie. This was showing up in doing a movie with them. though. I didn't know i could barely knew how to act. A surly know how to improvise gain had Threat you know. It's not like something. That was twenty one soon. Su only deep. They taught me like semi nowadays. You get to set is signing or whatever it is you doing handy when they call your sides right wing. Get any sides. Nothing i remember Ticking side in was talking to me and showed me storyboarding she's like a comic strip. Which i still have to this day as i can. I keep that because he liked that. Not caffeine it's kinda cool and he drew out frame by frame what he was going to did. Bobby deniro taught me how to listen up unto. Listen if you listen not just to listen to form character create something if you can become that person being character and you listen you respond to any improvise because i mean you actually think like nice car was in the movie under the like that nice car. It became like one of the famous lions. You know in the middle but they know they just taught me so much. I came across my biggest challenge in raging bull was trying to keep up with them and learn and and be patient try and be somewhat secure as she was like had night back every step of the way he was just so kind and karen did. We didn't taking me for dinner. And you know in teaching me all kinds of stephan getting we music involved. You're just a little little tricks and set then the find land team from all tourism at different times to form the character for reading. It was very helpful to me in other projects later on. It was hard for me to form a character. It was not based on the person. So i couldn't really do research. But they used to show me all the scrap the orbit of so i could get some gestures mannerisms in and like the poses for the camera like Like the wedding scene rooftop weddings back in the bronx. You married on a rooftop out now know that was the biggest thing in the bronx. You got married on the rooftops now but Did i wasn't playing. Vicky vicky would really say that they wouldn't let me meet her and even when she came out to california for a couple of weeks they gave me off those few weeks. Belated not wanna speaking. I wrote her letters. She wrote me letters..

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"moriarty" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:48 min | 10 months ago

"moriarty" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"It's like absolutely. I ain't not at chuck was at that point anyway. Pitcher might gorman had called. This is getting really long but not call. Yeah we'd like to have you come down in wonderful it now idea that even meant to go in and read the walk in the handy notice script cycle. He did a movie with a frigging video camera. Sixteen seventeen years old so anyway ago when i grade i can do this so she read with me and i went down to three times in red with her. She goes on. She walks me like another down this long hallway open up this door in was more scorsese and robert deniro at the launch to me more like. Hey how you doing completely unimpressed. But impressed but not really realizing their success in their allen in your important and that i should be kissing there. S really mad. I was shut down. They kept calling that. Mrs like in october in the corner back. Call me back. And i go back almost every day at like five thirty and watch like will these people walking out that were auditioning and i'd go back and i work with them and work with them and finally bending went to california for two weeks and i didn't hear them so you know i just figured it was free acting lessons in. I saved all that money. you know. Anyway it's funny. Because i was in the hospital during those two weeks of the had really bad pneumonia from going out when they shouldn't have been and it was like the middle of winter and just home from us on the air and pick me. The phone rang news his coma. We'd like you to do this. Wonderful fabulous like i knew what a screen just like. Okay so you've gotta be down. Mother sound states like five o'clock in the morning one. Anyway i went. I showed up on a win. Done some stuff with under the video camera acting out some scenes all won't gauge sound. Stay you know like what. I was doing which i knew nothing. And there's all these sets built and hundreds of people are now to. I'm born in the sixties. So now all of a sudden the you eyebrows Read lips in this. Make in this air in these clothes. That never sorry. You're gay anyway things like that. I didn't know the forties at all right. I'll just go with it right and john should. Then i think the first thing we were jamming probably like the pool scene may have built like offense in style in them. So mr scorsese had said okay cathy. Are you ready.

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"moriarty" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:42 min | 10 months ago

"moriarty" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Someone who made such a fantastic impression impact. Inner very first movie. Why can't believe it was forty years ago. Were cathy moriarty. The co star of raging bull. She's done so many things since as in very full life since that moment in her life. But that was a game changer for you. That was the beginning of the game. The whole board like candy. Land without john yeah. It was a remarkable experience. And i can't believe it's forty years now and you know it's funny. You know what you think of the year like. How many years. Because they never had a from your for raging bulk ill. they did a twenty fifth anniversary. indicate who i'd play vicky lamotta had died like three days before it and jake was still alive. Animated you know. See him like four or five times a year but now j. is gone simulated people that are because obviously thank god. Except frankie vincent has gone on. Nick is gone. It's know time the forty years who's still with us and it's kinda sad to think of it along that line but it's people that like were in our lives for so many years you know and you don't realize that that much time goes by by and you was a kid. I was a kid. I was seventeen when i met them. Eighteen and nineteen when we did the movie. 'cause took a long time and i was twenty when it came out of my life. Golden years it is careers are fascinating because they start so many ways Did did you ever want to act. Was that something that you enjoyed. That was the only thing i was going to do. And i was determined in. When i was like seven years old i used to put on plays i was the casting director and the producer director and the star in one of seven kids in nine years. Everybody would tell them all what to do with fossey dumbed down then. I would charge like a nickel on friday nights. He come.

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A conversation with Joaqun Niemann

No Laying Up

05:28 min | 10 months ago

A conversation with Joaqun Niemann

"Let's get back to joaquin neiman. Did was there. Anyone who would have been the person that you would have been the most nervous to be around either to have played with or walk by on the range. Or if they're watching you hit balls on the range you'd have been nervous to be around. Who someone that that at that age would have major nervous riley. Yeah probably playing around here. I think i think the first time i saw was the moriarty was late north third or four tournament which Experience i remember. I was playing great. I was almost the last ruben sunday. I mean i could hear that. There was not only ten groups front but i could hear everything that's note and the people following him by think. Sergio helped me a lot to like. Get that pressure off. You know like lie. Know him. Before i turn pro. I will to play with him before on unknown how good they are also know that i can like i can be here. You know. I was actually at that memorial that year and i remember watching. Ut off on the tenth hole once. i'd never seen you hit a ball in person and it just stuck out to me immediately and do on tv. And i'm sure you hear a lot about how low you hit the ball and i'm just curious. Has that always been the case. And is that something that you know you. You were aware of growing up or any special reason. Why would hit the ball. Low and chile. Or do you think about that at all non. It was is fine because at the beginning that league union a lot of confidence. When i'm like a little bit nebulous son. I need to hit the way. I'll heed that show on a new. I remember when i start being professional a using. That showed that now during the time. Yeah i've been using it less. I'd i'd be using more hydro. I'm just trying to hit farther on. May i have that show that. I feel really confident when a heated unease yummies late may go to That's what i was. I was curious. And i was looking back at the highlights from when you won at greenbrier every now and then that forty one foot apex driver shot comes out and i was. I was just interesting because of how different the game appear the direction. The game appears to be heading seems to be you know track man. Everyone's telling you hit it high. Hit hi hi. I'm wondering if you know as you were transitioning from amador into pareo if anybody came along and said hey you could hit it this much further if you hit it higher or but i think what you just said though it's interesting how you've you've prioritized accuracy. But i'm wondering if if that has evolved at all over the years. I remember when i played. Infirm courses The bogus along. Way i Relate to two seventy and he runs it. Depends on the fairway ferry. Sometimes when their firm for example greenbrier they allowed so sometimes is not that short by yemi normally. I've been preferring. yes More with hydro. Sometimes i got bunkers around when he died. I'm like are now monday. Just gonna he'd been the hydro and the beginning. I was really. I don't know if i was a little bit more secure or no but early. I prefer yesterday that low one being more coffee when the on knowing that i'm gonna hit the airway but now he's more like a feel like i feel better on the course right now and i just. I just thought that showed that like more. And he's been pretty good lately. So i like it do you feel. Where do you feel most comfortable. Like firm and fast conditions or when when it softer yeah. I like away. When when he's firm. I know that. I don't hear really really high with the also with the iron. So it is hard to me to stub on own the green when i when i'm lega 5-iron their firm 'cause i don't get it like really high but yeah i mean like bain with firm conditions. I think is is more fun on unb lehner green or heating widgets from the hundred twenty yards is is is good to see that like bouncing around the great in those more fun. Yeah i mean. I find it interesting you know. Obviously when it's firm your drivers going to run out a lot more but like you said it's hard to hold greens. If you hit it low and i i wanna talk a little about royal melbourne in the president's cup. You know you have it's interesting. You didn't have the most success at royal melbourne yet at the same time at olympia fields this year which was very firm and fast you finish third. And i'm i wanna talk a lot about role melvin. But first off. I would say. Did you learn anything in particular from that week. That helped you in later situations when it is going to be firm and fast. Yeah more than of course it was more like the atmosphere. Unlike the like getting that amount of pressure it was one of those way i mean the whole way was really intense. On the course roy ever was unbelievable. I mean i think he's one of my favorite right now. Unease eighty s a lot of strategy. I remember ernie was standing us. They don't in many drivers. You gotta The ball on the right side than it was more. Legacy smart play yet was different course. i remember in chicago Driver everywhere every bunker was laid three or three. Oh five three. Thank ari so i was trying to cater scarlet side. Ken he was going straight. You which is which was really good that we

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"moriarty" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast

The Money Advantage Podcast

05:55 min | 11 months ago

"moriarty" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast

"The rate of return. It's about the actual dollars that I have access to and I think that's where I am on the next couple of screens. We kind of we kind of walk through that with clients. All right, so we'll go on to the next screen. I think there's so many great points. Actually one thing. I do want to point out here that you mentioned opportunity coffin the the the increase over time. What's really interesting is if you think about what else if if we weren't talking about private eyes making if John in his Moriarty family's Financial system said, okay. Well, I have this one point nine million that over these eleven years. I would have saved somewhere else. Maybe that was the bank and you put that in the bank instead. That would have been again growing it next to nothing. But the key is that if you would put the money in the bank and then take it out to pay cash for something then put money in and take it out. You are resetting that compound interest curve every single time you use that money wage which then creates this giant opportunity costs because with the privatized banking system your money continues to grow whether you're using it outside of the policy or not. And that's one of the tremendous values that you get by using the family banking system with private eyes making absolutely absolutely. All right. Here you go. And this is this is just a lot a lot of detail. So it's you know for the engineers and the other people that want to know, you know, what where did the money come from 1.7 and policy premiums $183,000 from other life insurance contracts, like I mentioned earlier I've taken twenty six different loans show the interest show the amount of loans the balance remaining the access, you know to what's my name. Cash surrender value and then I do like a quick calculation of you know, how much of my net capital is actually accessible. So, you know essentially of the one point nine million that I've contributed by 96% of that has been available to me so far now, you know that's ten years in I've got four different policies at different Windows of time, but the bottom line is I know that that number is going to get above a hundred percent. It's going to continue growing but I've been using this money the whole time that money hasn't been stagnant hasn't been sitting there. And that's another thing that I try to help people understand when you when you look at the opportunity cost of the strategy where I can't get to all of my money right away. How do I offset that will offset it by having money that's going to a compound for me forever and also the idea that I can leverage those dollars and and really create long-term return where I'm making three or four per month. In the in the policy and whatever else outside the policy, you know, so if I'm making 12% of my money with what I'm doing outside, and I'm making three inside. Well, I'm really met fifteen that type of Leverage is valuable because a 12% return and a 15% return, you know to Bruce this point. That's not just 3% different..

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"moriarty" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

The Plastic Podcasts

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"moriarty" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

"You're listening to the plastic podcasts tales of the irish diaspora. We all come from somewhere else. Find out more and subscribe to us at. Www dot plastic podcasts dot com and the last part of my interview with jess moriarty we discussed the importance of storytelling in its relation to mental health and to irish women in particular we also talked about the possibilities for the next generation of moriarty women and so i think mental health is is something we probably becoming more perfect. All of his Everyone at some point in a life insurer unless you're really gifted door i don't know you will have. You will have a. You will have a mental health episode at some point. It's is more likely is what we talked about this a little bit yesterday. So listening to stories as as i as i east get the opportunity to which would often stop with a cup of tea and an end with with a quite hefty. Tumbler of whiskey. Not for me. I hasten sport now although i used to always look forward to days when that would happen and the stories that they would tell it. They had found a way to live with these stories united. They had found a way to to live with some these stories That meant that. They didn't have. They didn't present with obvious mental health issues and yet now looking back with the gift of hindsight oversee quite a lot of these stories. You know you you thought that would have that would have kind of engy some kind of mental health issue and and maybe it was through the kind of telling in the community that supported them with that but but obviously then that was a culture with a with a lot of people who you didn't tell certain stories you did keep quiet and and he did just get on my own make. The best fits this. My grandmother used to say and actually i think. Probably there's also this thing where we where we do wanna hear about 'em experiences with mental health. Do hear of people living positively with mental health. I am How except that. You will have depressive episodes for the rest of your life and how you kind of. How'd you kind of make peace without a spice to sites against wiped out my sense of intensity are staffed by isn't is only baseball. Come interactions with my With with With my we ought so my non for example myron of mental health to say yes sites pointing out very well for dawn simply question. You know equal this bit Stem thinking you. We were talking about 'em books from the for as well. Am i remember my that. Commending i read at nor brian. While of course when you read books Mental health issues on labeled as mental health issues. Of course as a lot of mental health going on there. It was interesting that she recommended spokesman. Nothing that that is that that is interesting. What is the root everything. She'd really was a cheat and in terms of the why she would go and see. Absolutely anything Cheat sheet and she loves. She loved going again she loves. She loves Everything at the cinemas was. It wasn't that she would only see one type of thing she wanted to. She gobbled up stories. She she really did set sight such as. She recommended me at dr brian. She did usually read women writers but but she read anything yet. Yeah she she really did love stories. She really did. She loved telling her stories. Without which i definitely got for her. As you can tell the last couple of questions one of which is you. Talk about Stories being told by by generations. You and you've got three three children two richer of eleven and nine. What stories do you tell them. I'm just the now where where they've starting at tell that are amazing. Stories might son is at is already at a brilliant writer and that's not just before am spectacles on he is at the really skilled writer. And i think one of the things they by really interested in other human beings so as as children sought to move into that teenage by sometimes it can become quite narcissistic and self entrusted as it needs to be to survive being a teenager in some ways but they generally are very interested in other people. is really easy to take them out in much as you can carve it in social at places in for them to talk to people that are older than them from different cultures as well and and for them to be kind of lively sense to respectful and i do tell them This is a really interesting thing about 'em connections and tom identity isn't because it might alter my nine year old daughter. I see my irish grandmother. So much side so i i felt the icon of Was connected to him was like i am very much kind of more. Tempered voted down fashion of my grandmother whereas mike door has come like the full potency My grandmother and then some As she is unapologetic and she is very doesn't mind if she sometimes says things that she knows that she has a powerful effect on people so she says herself. I know i'm like mom. I and i some people are gonna get me in. Some people aren't gonna get me on that side. K which i never have had you know. I'm forty two and i don't have that sites know. Seeing that link between habra mike grandma historians about grandmother all the time In a way to swap to steer away from big maybe exact he let cut great-grandma but also to encourage her with how she feels about herself in her identity and has strengthened our to My my little witch. I mean in mice positive way. My grandmother was she had this pointed finger. That went the wrong way that she broke in in a bank door. And i used to call my grandmother which and i mean in in very much. The is being powerful intelligence Amazing women So yes so so that definitely to Witches who inspire me. You're listening to the plastic podcast with me dumb devaney. A my guest jess mariachi music by jack to that. Find out more about us and subscribe at. Www dot hasta podcasts. Dot com or. You can email us at the plastic podcasts at female all all you can just catch up with us through facebook twitter or instagram. The plus you podcast is sponsored using public funding by arts council..

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"moriarty" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

The Plastic Podcasts

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"moriarty" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

"Of moriarty women and so i think mental health is is something we probably becoming more and more wherever affects all of his in everyone at some point in life. Unless you're unless you're really gifted. I don't know you know you will have. You will have a. You will have a mental health episode at some point. It's it's more than likely am is with what we talked about this a little bit yesterday. So this thing to stories. As as i as i used to get the opportunity to which would i'm often stopped with a cup of tea. And but and then end. With a with a hefty. Tumbler of whiskey. Not for me since point now. Although i used to always look forward to the days when that would happen and the stories that they would tell it they found a way to live with these stories united. They had found a way to to live with some of these stories that meant that they didn't have. They didn't present with mental health issues and yet now looking back with the gift of hindsight oversee A lot of these stories. You know you thought would've would've kind of engy some kind of mental health issue and and maybe it was through the kind of telling in the community that supported the with that but but obviously that was a cultural with a lot of people who you didn't tell sentenced or she did keep quiet and just get on my own. Make the best fits this. My grandmother used to say And actually i think probably you know. There's also this thing where we where we do wanna hear about experiences with mental. Health do want Experiences of people living positively with mental health as well so am How do you accept that you will have depressive episodes a the rest of your life and how you kind of hadji kind of make peace with the spice to So my sense of intensity. Our staff spray isn't is only based interactions with my With with with my with my aunt so my non example myron kind of mental health to see pointing out very well full dauntlessly wolfram question. You know this stem on. I thinking you. We were talking about Books from the spurs. While i remember my not recommending irate at nor brian read his books mental health issues on labeled as mental health issues. Of course there's a lot of mental health going on that it was interesting that she recommended books. Man now think that is that that is interesting. We'll does your grandmother Everything she really was a she. An unintended ditch was what she would go and see absolutely anything while. You're a cheat. And she loves she loves going and again she loves she loves everything the cinemas plus i shoot. It wasn't that she would only guarantee one type of thing she wanted to she gobbled up stories. You know she really did Said set sights such as she recommended me At dr is she did usually read women writers but but she would read anything yet Yes she she really did. Love stories she related. She loved telling her stories. Which i've definitely got for her as you can tell lost couple of questions one of which is You talk about Stories that of being bye bye bye. Bye bye Generations you three. Three children To a witch Eleven nine what stories do you tell them against the site. Now where. I've starting at the rolling stuff announced today. Tell that amazing stories Might might son is at is already at a brilliant writes unless at schools on he is at the really skilled where i and i think one of the they are really interested in other human beings so as as children sought to moving to that teenage by sometimes it can become quite narcissistic self interested as it needs to be to survive being a teenager in some ways but they generally off very interested in Other people Is really easy to take them out. In as much as you can covid in in social places for them to talk to people that are older than them all from different cultures as well and and for them to be kind of lively but sensitive and respectful. And i do tell them that. This is really interesting. Thing about connections and identity isn't because it might all talk my nine year old daughter. I see irish grandmother. So much am So i i felt that i kind of am was connected to. I'm happy. I am very much kind of more tempered watered down fashion of my grandmother whereas my daughter has come like the full potency My grandmother and then some as she is unapologetic and she is very. She doesn't mind if she sometimes says things that she knows that she has a prophet effective people. So she says that stuff. I know i'm like mama. And i some people are gonna get me. Some people aren't going to get me in that side k which i never have had. I'm forty two. And i don't have that site Seeing that link between have my grandmother. So i do historians about great grandmother. All the time In a way to swap to steer her away from big baby exact he let cut great-grandma but also to encourage her with how she feels about herself in how identity and has strengthened power to I call my my detail. Which i mean that in a positive way my grandmother was she had this wit pointed finger that went the wrong way that she broke in a bank door and i used to call my grandmother a witch and i mean in in very much the which is being powerful intelligence. Amazing women So yes says so that. Definitely to Witches who inspire me. You listening to the plastic podcasts with me dubbed about my guest jess moriarty plastic pedestal was provided by craig jordan music by jack danny. Find out more about us and subscribe at. Www dot catholic dot com. Or you can email us at the plastic podcasts at mail dot com all. You can just catch up with us. Facebook twitter or instagram. the prostate podcast is sponsored using public funding by arts council england..

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"moriarty" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

The Plastic Podcasts

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"moriarty" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

"The plastic podcast was never intended to be a hotbed of academic debate. However one way or the other where on our eighth episode and were already onto our third doctor following on from john donohue craig jordan baker. We now have dr jess moriarty accost leader for creative writing at the university of brighton and a third generation member of the diaspora being the daughter of paul moriarty. Also of this parish jess specializes in stories and in particular community stories. But the first thing i wanted to know was can you actually learn how to write from a causse. Not creative writing and be supportive encouraged in by it. I think you can learn about different approaches different techniques and then kind of think about your own kind of your sense of good. Storytelling is unusual effect to inform and enhance and develop that but yeah of course being a great storyteller rely on on so many other things as well as a colossal university experience so i will not convey about you. Don't just come in and we promise that you will You'll leave all with the same skills of the same experience the same way of telling stories because that would mean accosted failing So it's a lot of my wife has has has been built around the front debt or by graphically experiences and the things that we engage with when we children and all life experiences and all of these other things go into the colin that that have a massive effect on the kind of rights that we end up being. But certainly. I think you're at the university. We provide a supportive environment with reality. Passionate chooses will to themselves to have a kind of empathy with with with how amazing but also how difficult writing convey unsecured studios kind of The time to show their work can their ideas and think about what's might kind of the writing and also hear from professional rises. The shit benetton if hristo is coming in talk to them we've had mushin hamma comment. We've had ollie smith karen joy fowler that In sight dorothy come in loss. jewish sites. some really fantastic rises shed their experiences with them as well. I think that combination of all those things can support people to come come stronger. better more confident writers. You'll emphasize the notion of community. Don't you i do yes. Oh my goodness you have been stalking me so sites a because as i said i did that. The writer is quite a narcissistic or lonely. Passing the idea of the right to in that garrett's Writing regan's reams every day The virginia woolf room of my own kinds of at notion as well and of course. There's a lot you said got love. Writing does evolve sitting on your ireland and getting over there but obesity and and a lot of irish writers. I know which which would agree with this. That the responsibility to look up an out at the kind of world around them as well and also to engage with new ideas a new communities and any new histories and kind of concepts and and research that maybe they haven't even thought of before twin live there right and create huge resin new ideas in writing as well so so yes we really am on the for example students have to do they have to become audits residents said they joined an organization or a site specific kind of paceman where they control on the space as a way of a kind of improving and developing their writing. Numbers comes formed out and salah go right. I'm going to be a great artist so you you'll boras with with With ours grandparents. Yes yet so. I went outside. I had our grandparents by at brilliant storytellers but not at none of them on my mom side while they might am. None of my grandparents am got a teen investi But we're really intelligent. Love to go to the theater mic. My irish grandparents in particular. They'd love to be out. They loved to be at the fisa. They love to be Music events they like to be out kind of outwear. It was happening like grandmothers. That was a joke but my grandmother's suitcase was always pabst issues. Always ready to be off an out and and kind of up to new adventures in creating new stories and then my parents i am i am a. I consider myself as as lucky as they come. Because my dad's acta my mom was a teacher and counselor as well and She specialized in english literature and drama. On course all the time from a very young age. I've got really early memories of being courage to go to the theater. In fact this is a very good. Are catholics story. My earliest memory of going to the theater is what my dad play gold So and actually might own the state. My dad got to decide which side of the audience went happened in which went to hell So you a much. As a seven-year-old this was quite high stakes Luckily were inside. The diligence went to heaven said so that was good done. What happens to the rest of them. Yeah they're living through brexit now probably site sites. We will always going to to the data encouraged to kind of engage with You know museums and galleries and and and and and so we had a really creative childhoods and ruin courage to tell and right and make stories. Makeup plays and things like with our friends. So say i'm what was the. What was the moment when you went. You know. i think i'm going to do this. I think a lot of my life over sale is being told her you'll be an act. Attachment acts like a diet. And i did do drama school and college and i did used to really enjoy it but i think as with any kroft either. Fueled doing something that you that you that you really not what. I was quite of the drama like a could do it. I did enjoy it by never really seemed to get too nervous. And i just thought somebody that really gets that adrenalin. Kickin is in love with this. Should be doing on our It's an honor and a privilege to said to be an actor and as white at that was that was those people whereas you know i still get an adrenaline kick from teaching but also from writing sharing my work and working with other writers during collaboration. Should that for me is kind of what what takes my breath way pushes me and challenges me and surprises me and where i feel like kind of develop myself. You know where. I find out more about myself. Aside get hit from kind new new autism as well which is always kind of reviving and refreshing. What i ride to you. What was that you wrote professional as a professional writer. God 'cause i thought. When i was when i was about thirteen years old i write.

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"moriarty" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"moriarty" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Some speaking to you or when you're speaking, it's coming from a different party of brain than when you speak natively because because you just associate words with things in your language. So I started trying to imagine that Italian words were synonyms for objects. Clearly it didn't work the people that I know who are like truly truly bilingual my mom included like she lived in Paris for a little bit. She speaks French a find like you either need to grow up with the language or visit. Country for the language a lot. Just live there for a bit. Yeah. I mean it was your visit to Italy did it catalyze the desire to like go bath? Totally. Their three week we were there for. Were there for two weeks and we went to Paris London but But it just but there's so much of Italy that we didn't get to see. In its regionally, it's also different in. Yes. We're DIS. Ob in the fall is. Beautiful. Yeah yeah I know I I I. Mean. It will be nice when. Things get better things like going on a trip to Italy are going seem even more magical like just the little things that we used to be able to do note at least momentarily, we will not be able to take them for granted doing inside a cafe right now, and then that's About priorities it's like. You know. Oh my God I wish could go. Italy. Let me shrink this down. I wish I could just Had Breakfast every morning we can't go there now. And so utterly does change all change your perspective but I I don't want to take up too much of your time as we're wrapping this out. You know what are you with without? This business. It's good to be present. Either did some planning is good to sort of look some? Are there other types of things that you WanNa do do you want to produce a director you rating? Is there any? Is there anything else or are you pretty firmly 'cause you're gonNA YOU'RE GONNA act as long as I think as long as you want to your great in the delorean movie by the way to. Get. So is there anything else? Is there a longer term career trajectory would like to branch into? Yeah you know what? I? It's I'm sure I could try mine on this in terms of directing and writing those two things writing doesn't seem to be my forte directing I don't have desire to do it yet but that's things. Things are always changing, right? I. Could be totally different place in ten years but I am desperate to produce because. Especially because all I do is read books and listened to the news and listen to PODCASTS NPR and. Consume content that I know would just make such good movies that I would love to be a part of the process of producing and have my hands in the process of making film.

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"moriarty" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"moriarty" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"It works some days. It doesn't Sundays I'm just. Thinking about the future and what's next but I think the more you just kind of consume that type of literature or just listened to podcasts that that involve people kind of speak out way through Moses you start to maybe perhaps be able to practice it a little bit more, but the balance is hard to strike. especially if you're in a nightly ambitious person, it's hard. You know it's aren't you to kick that. Constant kind of obsession with future, which I still have and I have now more than ever because quarantine kind of uncomfortable. Working as much in like I'm not working till January and I hate the feeling of being quarantined and I've never felt this way where I just WanNa fast forward my life to January. I hate that I'm trying to I'm trying my best to kind of fight against that and be present but on right now is it right now it's better to practice that than any time before because. So many of us are uncomfortable with saying present given what's going on in the world in given the dorm NC of things you know 'cause you're lucky because you can talk to people in. Our home in and and you know a lot of us are able to tap into creative outlets. We normally can't but Zane time like I just I'm desperate to be. Back. On set I'm desperate for life to resume. So I am I. Am I am struggling with the presence thing now but I think. Awareness in acknowledgement of the need for it in your life is the first step right and then. We'll yeah, you also know it's just a process like some day you'll see grounded and other days you know you don't, but you also know like let's part of it tomorrow I could feel fine again in January you'll be here before you it's already August I. Now rescinded my wife that who you know yes, this is a horrible circumstance at the world is in the middle gift a it has been..

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"moriarty" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"moriarty" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"That was so impactful to me about he said, well, I'm not going to attempt to his ex he said. Basically. Thoughts are and. Yes in and they feed on your attention and that's what apples. And you give it a little bit of attention novels a little bit and it gets paraphrasing it gets bigger and bigger, and before you know what you're, you know this one little thought turns into, you know, oh my life is worth less than I can't because it just it gets the ax grows and so that's where the mindfulness comes into sort of acknowledged. came. Having this dot. Have to pay attention to it exact. We'll move on and it just even thinking about thoughts as their own individual entity. Survive survival instinct on their own. With paradigm shifting for me. The sense of the world. Yeah. It's accurate. Tall talks about this ally. Is If these kind of and this is you know I still striving to do this sometimes it works sometimes, it just doesn't but trying to be a witnessed your thoughts and looking at them as entities that are separate from you. I think he says in a lot of other. Authors and kind of self help I don't WanNa Call Guru but you know like people of his say this that your thoughts are not you in. That's another thing that just to that is really difficult but the occasional reminder of that as important and it's so funny actually his I I was reading the power of now by Eckhart Hall, when we were. Shooting season one of the boy and I love. Did it made a profound impact on me and it's really you know what he says about how if you're? If. You're anxious. You're to stock in the future and if you're to stuck in the past and that rang so true for me and I was reading his book and it was it was really enhancing my ability to be present and it was really. You know kind of the way like I don't know. Meditation or antidepressants can just make you can elevate your spirits. That's how much this book did for while I was reading it and To the degree that it that it firm moment i. i. had to drop the book until I finished filming it hindered my acting a little bit which which might be just very individual to me. It made me. So kind of at peace with the present end especially towards entities in one I have to be crying a lot. Okay. I was having I've never had trouble doing this. I was having trouble crying on set 'cause. I had Eckhart Hole. In my head saying. Will you need to ask yourself? Is there anything wrong right now? Is there anything wrong? Thing on copy yet don't get. Broke into do this..

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"moriarty" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"moriarty" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Missed that experiences. You know like like minded people who are just nerdy out together are being in the same place and just having a blast I. Really missed it. You also would've seen a lot of starlight caused play to yeah. Yeah. Would have been that with a balloon your mind because I I've I've witnessed that before when someone starts on his show and then all of a sudden it starts to tip and become a thing and there like, Oh, my God that person dressed. And then they just love the you know they marvel at the detail and then watching them go up and nerd out with the fan and go my God because plays. Amazing. It's exactly what my character is. I mean that type of connection it's. mccown is all about, but we'll get back there someday but she. Year. Yeah do you when you're on when you're filming? Have A. Talk about like creating your home space do you have ritual or do have some things that you bring with you to try and soon home affi-? You're away space or even just a temporary place to sleep apnea? No I definitely I definitely especially because when we film in Toronto where. We're there for about six up in my hand. So I definitely try and may give my own home space if it were. If it were more temporary I, think I would bring things from home, but it's when I get there. I. Have My little things in there really trivial. But they're the little things that like that that. Keep me grounded on day to day basis and they're kind of silly it's like. There is a specific intense they sell it in Toronto I buy that I'd buy. Foods I love in candidate. Cook. Lot at home I buy anything that doesn't like A. BIOCHEM X. Most places don't have the coffee supplies that I want. But mostly for me, it was interesting because last year I had just gotten a puppy before we went off to zone season chill out of terrified because when you're when you have all the time in the world having a puppy is great they give you the purpose they're they're adorable. I mean obviously it's hard work as well, but I had only had my puppy so far during a period of now working. So I thought this is either going to be amazing or it's GonNa be really difficult because our schedule is pretty intense. But when I noticed when I brought my dog with me is that. Having. A dog in traveling around with them when you move to a new city for six months. The where I was living immediately felt like home just because I had him there it was. It was the most. Grounding sort of ritual or addition. I could have had in my home and I was relieved because we have these very long days on set and I would think I'm not gonNA WANNA come home walk. I just usually wanted US crash but coming home in having the dog to come home to to kind of take my mind off of the day's work end shed that day of work and be able to unwind and have him make it feel like home that to me was the most impactful. Truly Great. I don't we we got a puppy among before quarantine allowed, but he's a very large, very large dog and he's An my favorite part of the day is my wife and I will kind of walk him just before sunset. Meditative and he loves it. There's so many smells foreign him and we're walking outside together and it's you know it. It really does it really is like soul healing to sort of feel. Breathing walking dog happy. simplifies things like I imagined it's it's to a very, very, very, very minor degree in version of what my friends say having kids.

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"moriarty" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"moriarty" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Board. This episode Erin Moriarty who is on the boys which is an incredible show if you're not watching it, it's amazing. My wife and I love it season two is going on right now it's on Amazon prime. You can watch it you should watch it. It's really great from the mind of Eric Kripke who created supernatural the boys is just a superb show. Everyone on the show is great. Aaron plays starlight. Aka Anne and she is fantastic. On the show and this was such a fun conversation. So Fun to have guests on and discover that they're really into philosophy. So we you know we kind of tailed into this great conversation about mindfulness and existential La's amend and meaning and all this wonderful stuff. But just a really, really really fun chat so much appreciation and respect to Erin Moriarty for being a phenomenal actor, and for also being brilliantly philosophical and incredibly nice human being. So here you go. This is the podcast number ten, ninety, two with the fantastic Erin Moriarty. Initiating. Gall. Hey how's it going? Doing. Much better lighting setup and I've been doing this for so long and I have literally the worst sliding set up you can have. Your backlit. That's. That's why Byron. See you like I played around with it before because I'm in front of a window right now, let me zoom meetings lately. I've just been claiming with my camera in its position because this is now the world that were in. Need to adjust but I still I can still see you it's not as bad as some of the zoom meetings I've been doing. Back. In utter darkness so I have to. Awkward. The leaned forward to something that I I've experimented with a wall here. Like a weird vampire because I'm just like, oh Yeah. GotTa Move I. Don't know. I think people are forgiving right now. Do you know what I mean? Feel like they're more forgiving than the aren't. Everyone is just doing their best at the moment. You're absolutely right. It's a little things that we get hung up are like no one cares what you're getting set up is. If they do they're carrying about the wrong things you know yeah or there is that also sometimes people go through. This veil of denial because they don't want to think about the big ticket items and so they just focus really stupid things like my sandwiches cold like okay. Maybe you're being distracted yet says you cannot deal with everything else. Yeah. Yeah exactly. So let me just. I. Would say just because it's an audio podcast, you're old or just. Like a Spanish style may be late mcgaugh twenties, styles Spanish, which is, which is our house. From this room. Yeah, no, that's exactly right..

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A Close Call

AOPA Never Again

07:27 min | 1 year ago

A Close Call

"In August. Two Thousand Fifteen Steve Hill. Who had been John? Sharps crew chief and I went to restore the NEMESIS ANNEX T to flying condition. Sharps Reno Racer had been stored in a hangar. At the Mojave California airport that had been damaged holding the annexed t captive until the hangar doors. Were repaired. I was to relocate the annexed t to the Moriarty New Mexico Airport so that sharp could set some world speed records before retiring the aircraft to the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. Sharpen his wife Patricia. Designed and built the t around his six foot four frame and the rudder. Pedals were not adjustable even with cushions and bolsters. I was barely able to reach the rudder pedals. I was unable to perform a magneto check as the next. He slowly crept forward. During the run-up this of course was unacceptable. So I taxi back and inform sharp and the crew of my predicament hill. I returned to Moriarty to contemplate plan. B The annex t was subsequently flown to Moriarty where rudder pedal extensions were designed and installed on April twenty-seventh. Twenty seventeen I finally had a chance to fly the annex t since the winds were forecast to increase hill and I met at hills hanger early to get a leg up on the day and give me a chance to see how sharp's racer flew. The annex t has no forward visibility when being taxied so a lipstick camera was located on the right main landing gear in conjunction with a small video screen and the cockpit so the pilot could see ahead hill. Followed me out to runway two six to both assist and observe my flight. As soon as I applied power I was able to raise the tail on directional control was never an issue. I remained on the ground. Perhaps a bit longer than needed which may have been a function of the elevator. Trim position on lift off. The tee seemed very well behaved. I climbed out to the South West in order to get a better feel for how it behaved before returning to land. Although the aircraft was not unruly the air certainly was so I decided to cut the flight short and return to terra. Firma and aircraft incident or accident is almost never just one thing. It is a series of connected dots that when added up can lead to an untenable situation or worse the first dot manifested itself. Unbeknownst to me as I enter the downwind leg it had only been a few days before that I had flown the glider clubs Piper pointy tow plane. When doing so I would fly a close tight traffic pattern in hindsight. I should have flown a pattern commensurate with the speeds. I would be flying the Reno. Racer that is a one hundred fifty miles per hour on final and somewhat faster on downwind and base geared down to in the green and I started working to slow the next T- because my proximity to the final approach was far too close. I banked steeper as I watched myself fly through. Final DOT number two. I must have added a touch of bottom rudder dot number three at that point mortality Hubbard a watchful bird of prey. And the next thing I knew the next departed in a snapple. I would like to claim. It was superior airmanship skill and reflexes. That kept me from dying that day but I know better. My Guardian Angel was watching over me and only by the grace of God that I make the control inputs. That allowed me to recover at about two hundred feet or so Steve Hill was privy to all of the above and this is what he observed. The aircraft disappeared from my view and hearing to the West. After a few minutes I heard the aircraft approaching from the West and her bills radio call of left down wind for runway. Two six with gear. The aircraft appeared to me to be at a normal altitude. But maybe a little too close to the runway by this time the winds on the ground had picked up and we're gusting a little bit. The winds were mostly aligned with the runway but may have had a southern component. My perception was such that. I almost called bill on the radio. Remind Him to maintain one hundred and fifty miles per hour pattern speed. But I did not. I watched the aircraft perform a left turn from down wind base and the bank angle seemed a little steep to me. The aircraft continued at northerly heading with left-wing down at less than five hundred feet. Ag L. suddenly it appeared to snapple. All the way around and recover right I was looking into the morning sun and did not have an ideal view but I believe that the aircraft continued in a roll to the left. The maneuver happened extremely quickly. Literally in the blink of an eye. It happened so quickly that I was at that point. Not sure of what to make of it. All only that I was in a descending attitude on northbound heading and then if I did not initiate a pull up I would be making ground contact with ample speed in hand about one hundred and seventy or so. I started climbing westbound. Turn for an upwind leg while I contemplated my course of action. I reentered the down wind with substantially more distance from the runway. This time the pattern reflected the speed at which I was flying. The Annex T and the turn from base to final was made at a comfortable bank angle and speed once properly stabilized. The T flu like it was on rails. There was a bit of a southwind so I touched down left wing low as I wield the little racer onto the ground. Shortly after securing the aircraft we were in contact with sharp who was gracious enough to forgive me my transgressions and the fact that almost destroyed his wonderful creation. Sharp offer a five page explanation. Absolving me of blame but I knew better. The fault was entirely mine. The takeaways from this incident are many but mostly the recognition of how easily one can allow the deck to be against oneself. It's important to reflect on the various types of risks identifiable acceptable unacceptable and most important on identified remembering that uncertainty is always there hovering over the horizon awaiting the arrival of the unsuspecting pilot. Who has allowed his or her situation awareness to go by the wayside and for identified risk to enter the equation. I've found the episode humbling. A stark reminder of what a lack of attention to detail can lead to reality had returned with soul searing clarity. I had violated a number of tenants. Those irrefutable physics of flight and aerodynamics that cannot be violated and yet I lived to tell the tale

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Five states face legal challenges over abortion bans

The Takeaway

03:14 min | 1 year ago

Five states face legal challenges over abortion bans

"We just heard about the call to hold for nonessential medical procedures due to cove in nineteen and on the show we've been checking in with all sorts of medical providers during this pandemic but now we turn to a doctor who provides abortions very states including Texas Ohio and Mississippi are deeming most abortions nonessential and blocking abortion access this does not mean that in all cases abortions would be banned in Texas for instance the temporary ban does not include the rare procedures necessary to preserve the life of the mother according to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Dr gazal more yet he is an OBGYN and abortion provider in Texas and board member with physicians for reproductive health we asked her what abortion access was like before this pandemic abortion access has been grim in Texas and in much of the country for a long time and this pandemic is really just making that worse so in Texas we have several medically unnecessary laws that don't improve patient safety or patient care but simply delay that care and make it inaccessible for many people so for example in Texas only physicians can provide abortion care and we know that advanced practice clinicians like midwives nurse practitioners and PJ's are highly skilled at providing medical abortion and surgical abortion and do so with expertise and compassion in many states however Texas is a physician only state restricting the number of people that can provide that care and now this new executive order goes even further I'm curious if you're you're hearing yet from patients since this issue arose and this order was it was implemented so the day after the initial executive order came out from the governor I was seeing patients for ultrasounds and preparing them for care later in the week and we had not yet received the interpretation from the internet Attorney General but patients were terrified they were not gonna be able to come back in for care and honestly it was the hardest day of my career Asians were crying they were begging for me to be able to perform their portion that day rather than waiting they were terrified to have to travel again and I had nothing to offer them I I decided to become a position specifically to be able to provide full spectrum OBGYN care and that included abortion care this is why I came to this work so that I can provide care for my community members and my neighbors and so it was deeply painful to have to tell my neighbors right my people in my community that I couldn't care for them and I I didn't know when I would be able to Dr gazal more yet he is an OBGYN at abortion provider in Texas and board member with physicians for reproductive health Dr Moriarty thank you so much for joining us thank you for

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Devils end defending Cup champion Blues' 8-game win streak

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Devils end defending Cup champion Blues' 8-game win streak

"The St Louis blues eight game win streak came to an end on the roads in Jersey devils by the final score forty two goaltender Cory Schneider made thirty one saves for the devils who have struggled throughout the season but are on an upswing having one too at our last three games it's pretty bad here few times last years since I've been here so it's nice to take one from them and and I thought we played well I don't think we you know stock went out a back door liner got lucky I thought we we match them the plate the plate Jersey defenceman Connor Carrick score proved to be the game winner to close the second period Jesper Bratt Dakota Murr miss and Joey Anderson provided the others going for the devils instead of Jaden Schwartz provided the loan officer for the defending Stanley Cup champs but it wasn't enough as the blues lost for the first time since February the sixteenth Mike Moriarty Newark New Jersey

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No. 14 Villanova edges No. 8 Hall, Big East up for grabs

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

No. 14 Villanova edges No. 8 Hall, Big East up for grabs

"The twelfth ranked Villanova Wildcats pushed past number eight Seton hall on the road by the final score seventy nine to seventy seven city bay led noble with twenty points while Jermaine Samuels and Justin Moore added nineteen apiece for the Wildcats on the night over hit thirteen three pointers and shot just under fifty two percent from the floor four players scored in double figures for she'd all but it wasn't enough as the pirates wanted a chance to clinch the big east title outright with a win Villanova has won six of its last seven games and improve to a record of twelve and five in conference play as one of the league will now be decided on Saturday Mike Moriarty north New Jersey

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700 club: Capitals' Alex Ovechkin scores for milestone goal

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

700 club: Capitals' Alex Ovechkin scores for milestone goal

"Alexander Povetkin became the eighth player in NHL history to score seven hundred goals and a loss as the capitals were defeated by the devils by the final score three to two the devils Damon Severson scored the game winning goal on the power play with less than two minutes left in the game prevention is forty second goal of the season tied the game two to two and came four minutes fifty seconds into the third some pretty good company so I'm happy to be there but again you know we I have to focus on different things and right now it's all set up important points for us into one of them being in the devil's got out to a two nothing lead on goals for Jesper Bratt and Wayne Simmons as New Jersey has won three out of the last four the capitals have dropped four consecutive games Mike Moriarty north New Jersey

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Mets pick Luis Rojas to replace Carlos Beltrán as manager

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Mets pick Luis Rojas to replace Carlos Beltrán as manager

"The New York Mets name their second manager of the off season hiring in finalizing a multi year contract with thirty year old Louise roe has to lead the team for the twenty twenty season the move comes less than a week after the Mets parted ways with Carlos Beltran after bell train was named in MLB's report concerning cheating in the game Belgium's higher skipper November and never manage a game for the club real has served as head of quality control for the Mets in two thousand nineteen and before that spent thirteen seasons as a minor league coach and manager with the organization Ross is the son of a longtime big league manager and player Felipe Alou Mike Moriarty New York

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Derek Jeter, Larry Walker elected to baseball Hall of Fame

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Derek Jeter, Larry Walker elected to baseball Hall of Fame

"Derek Jeter Larry Walker were elected to the baseball hall of fame induction class of twenty twenty Jeter appeared on ninety nine point seven percent of the ballots receiving all but one of the votes for Walker in his tenth and final year on the ballot cut to seventy six point six percent receiving six more than the required seventy five percent Jeter one five one three cells of the Yankees posting three thousand foreigners sixty five career hits and a three ten lifetime batting average Walker Canadian native play for the Expos Rockies in cardinals and it's three hundred eighty three career home runs Jeter Walker will be inducted at the twenty twenty ceremony on July twenty six Mike Moriarty New York

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International student cheating runs rampant at universities

PRI's The World

05:20 min | 1 year ago

International student cheating runs rampant at universities

"When I met Philemon it was five? PM and they roby Kenya he just got off work. He's a fulltime science researcher. The Sun was setting and people were rushing to get home but Philemon was just beginning winning his second job. He turned on his phone to show me. So you are just every minute. Questions are being posted just placed bids plus beach plus lack back. Fifty to one hundred beats out of that. You can get nothing or you get three get one. Philemon is bidding on homework assignments from students across the world. He's part of the global industry of contract cheating. That's why he didn't want me to use his full name. Basically he gets paid to do homework. Assignments from High School and college students events of course cheating in school has been around forever but in recent years treating has become increasingly more digital and more global. This is how it works a student from the US can go online and outsource their homework. The people who do it Arifa mystically called academic writers you can find them on dozens of websites. It's not advertised. Various services like tutoring but writers like Philemon in Kenya. Use the websites to connect with student clients looking to cheat on my glance coming from from various regions in the world. I have I have Glock for claim to Australia also in the US. Kenya very rare. Yeah Thomas Lancaster studies the contract cheating industry at Imperial College London about a decade ago. He says he noticed students. Commissioning completely original homework assignments assignments that couldn't be detected by anti plagiarism software. I found one of my students who was putting their own assignments Familia assignment up for ten on Internet site so people would be doing different amounts of money to complete that computer programming assignment. Lancaster reckons the global homework. Work Industry is worth more than a billion dollars if we look at where run to the base. Ten years the top of the list and they're incredibly qualified people in in Kenya very high levels English able to write essays quickly and when they want to a High Standard Philemon the academic writer from Nairobi started contract cheating in two thousand sixteen. He was a college student looking to earn some extra cash. He bought himself a laptop and started learning. American American academic reference styles one master's degree and a fulltime job. Later Philemon is still at it. He says he can make up to one thousand dollars a month as long long as he gets good grades for his clients. So you have to make sure that he gets on so In future you will reply. He's what offense to you. Philemon one is sort of a contract cheating entrepreneur. He paid eight hundred. US dollars for an account on a website that helps him connect with students abroad. Then he hire your subcontractors to do the homework for him and takes a cut but as the saying goes more money more problems. Finding reliable workers isn't always easy easy. The day we talked filaments account had been suspended because one of his subcontractors couldn't complete an assignment on time I needed someone who is cheap. We'll we'll do it a lot cheaper. Yeah phoned up us do it but then let me find it too complex. This is one way that things can go wrong. But for most academic writers or contract cheaters their problem is with the websites they used to connect with clients. Charles has been in the industry for more than ten years. He says that if a student pays forty dollars per page for an essay the writer might only get six so the contracting industry takes the elephants shell the money higher education institutions around the world have tried to take on this issue of contract cheating in the UK. Universities have urged pay pal and Google to block payments and advertisements heisman from contract cheating websites. Australia's also considering new legislation to crack down on contract cheating and the US more than a dozen states have laws against contract cheating but the legislation hasn't slowed down. The industry students are still cheating. Professor Christian Moriarty teaches ethics and law at Saint. I'm Peter for College in Florida. He gave me an example of when he caught one of his own undergraduate students cheating in his ethics class but I was highly suspicious and when she came. I invited her to my office and I just asked plainly. Did you write this. And she said no moriarty says that when he asked his student why she cheated. He realized realized she didn't know how to study or manage your time. That's why legislation against contract cheating is only one part of the Solution Moriarty says that universities Steve also need to make sure students understand what their education is worth the number one argument they respond to more than anything else is that if our institution becomes known for tolerating cheating that students can get away with treating here What is the value of your degree at that? Point is that students want their degrees and their education to be seen as valuable for academic writers in Kenya. Like Tarleton Philemon. Helping students. Cheat is a way to make money but they both told me that they do value education and are hoping one day to study abroad for the world. I'm Lima Economy

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Devils slip past Bruins with 3-2 win in a shootout

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Devils slip past Bruins with 3-2 win in a shootout

"They even see Russian scored the game winning goal in the sixth round of a shoot out to push the devil's past the rooms by the final score three did you here's a came from behind a secondary telling for Blake Coleman and a third period chipping go by Jesper brought to tie the game two to two and said it's over time the devils dominated the third out shooting the Bruins nineteen to five over the final twenty minutes Bruce had a lead into the second on goals by Brad Marchand and Joakim Nordstrom we'll go Yaroslava locks up forty two shots on the afternoon double slash struggled through the season right up swing with a record of five to one one over the last eight games Mike Moriarty north New Jersey

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LSU QB Joe Burrow wins Heisman Trophy in landslide vote

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

LSU QB Joe Burrow wins Heisman Trophy in landslide vote

"LSU quarterback Joe burrows took home the two thousand nineteen Heisman Trophy and the largest margin of victory in the history of the award for a one by one thousand eight hundred forty six points and secured a record ninety point seven percent of first place votes burl had a very emotional acceptance speech thanking his teammates family and head coach ed Orgeron borough has drawn for four thousand seven hundred fifteen yards in two thousand nineteen is the first L. S. U. player to win college football's most prestigious award in sixty years Oklahoma quarterback Jaylen hurts came in second place while house a signal caller Justin feels finished in third Mike Moriarty New York

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Emmy Awards 2019: The hottest red carpet arrivals, winners and losers

Ringer Dish

11:54 min | 2 years ago

Emmy Awards 2019: The hottest red carpet arrivals, winners and losers

"Dash special edition really right littman. I'm Hellawell jam session teatime crossover event in the spirit of great television. We Love Crossover Event Lover Knock Great Television. What's going for it yeah. It's really negative because it was a really bad show we'll bounce Dallas and positively the phoebe Waller Abridge high of one in this is not fair. Thanks Jeff. Why why am I not in high too. I UH-HUH OH yeah yeah. It was a great night for her. That's true but to me. It was a television show true. No not definitely not what I mean. I think you know you're right on that note kate. Why don't you kick things off on a high for us. We're GONNA talk with highs and lows. We'll go back and forth all right start positive. I was the red carpet action pretty good pretty fun lot of color you know from the men and the women we love a color jacket. I'm I'm trying to do my best like Juliana ransack because it working your calendar at all you know mercilessly Nicolas Coster Waldo. They just like did the goal they are in Green. Yeah he looked really good. He looks great seen him look bad but I drew this award show as he does in every single still of photography taking him ever Israel. Where's the talks really well of any family well. It's a gift Lotta Pink and red dresses which I liked all of them. I think we were talking about just looks like a huge. Valentine onstage dynasty chic which I was into like Mandy Moore could've just like stepped off like an eighty soap op right and that's what I want for my fashion. We also have to Raji. GP Henson Great Yeah. All three of them have either watch dialing Hollywood on Netflix but I've heard it's really good it is really good and like the the first three episodes center around Dang Raji Henson's emmys dress code and yes this last year okay because Jason Baldness her stylist stylist and they're really good friends to show and so I was just thinking styling Hollywood and season two can't wait to hear about distress. They held it shadow styling Hollywood. One of Netflix few wins tonight. flicks yeah slow for them kind of great. Let's commercials now. ozark night were their networks commercials which wines the breaking bad movie. Yes that's true the Camino last hour. There were a few three just kept seeing the new netflix seven million. Leeann streaming sites now and there were commercials for all of them and there's a lot of apple plus huge. I feel like it anyway back to fashion. I also might think probably my favorite was purchase. There's Clarkson. She did like blonde more tissue atoms which is real kate everything you want from purchase. Clarkson ever but yeah it was great never looked great. We all oh really Zendaya so late though like we didn't really see your until she walked out in glasses she present which was fabulous. She's got the marvel money and she's a cool kid. So Oh yes you need to get there early. That's true. Actually she doesn't have marvel money anymore. Right right YEP per spiderman series is dead. Maybe they only mice. I'd still like to you see how that's ultimately resolved but yeah we know about that stuff too. I WANNA share that Kid Harrington who I generally have no interest in as John Snow or in real life but I thought he looks phenomenal Q. Like the Best I've ever seen him. Maybe yes maybe the best never looked tie really channeling Richard Madden which was a great look for him also recommended not show which was Sassou. Ask You guys see what Richard Man did in debt yeah bill t rex out of Lego instagram could for him huge flex. You know I'd like to nominate Emilia Clarke while around the gas are- if Valentino I I'd love to know about. I assume it's tape. That's involved in this attraction but she's wearing confidence. She looks great. I was so ready to root against I'm sorry I did but she made it a little bit more difficult than I had plans. At least you followed through my Rudolph and Michelle Williams both in floral patterns both looking great really really enjoyed that more Michelle Williams in a few minutes. I liked Natasha. Leones look also should we talk about Natasha. Leone clapping. Yeah you're cool. Kidman Adman clapping apparently it is interesting way of clapping. It is like she just learnt how a small child when you teach them how to do applies their hands together but she was consistent in it. She applauded for a lot of people which we appreciate. I really liked it. She was wearing glasses during the show. I just love glasses formal. Look look at the Oscars Golden Globes and EMMYS. It's very common and I think it's a great I would do it. Billy Puerto Ricans and also the formal yes. It's a great addition. It's fake furnished. We're on the same the same people to do it because like young always does it. Oprah as a love the former bosses Amanda. I'm happy to tell you that the Tasha Leo Gift of her clapping readily available for whenever you need that's great people are ready. I think that makes sense. I'm just going to try to do it in my own life. One more nomination. Naomi watts she looks phenomenal and black just logged in just great the new game of thrones star new game. It's just getting ready. I I liked we'll talk a lot more reckoning with routes but I like to the end of the show how David any off who is my one true love can be like and now it's over we did it and now it is over totally disavowing try to shut out any notions of the prequels and spin offs that are that are coming alright great injection positively positively we'll ride this enthusiasm into talking about the most awkward moment of evening which was allow a complicated one which was when. Phoebe Waller Bridge won on Best Actress in a comedy beating out Julia Louis Dreyfuss in her final season as Lena Meyer from beep and bridges incredibly happy. Kate was incredibly happy. Many people on the Internet were incredibly happy. Let's get this out of the way. This is a pro fleabag podcast. You're lovely about free. It's one of the best things that that I've seen in any medium in two thousand and nineteen. Maybe in the decade yet great up there yeah fix perfect episodes a season two. Yes at flawless sure but Julia Louis Dreyfus purpose is probably the best television actress of in history. Yeah I think she's like Lucille Ball and Carol channing. Yes and she had one for veep. I believe every season she had been nominated and she was going to break the record for the most emmy wins by a woman of of all time and she she is there's also a breast cancer survivor yeah and that happened between these seasons so I think we all assumed that this would be her emmy and and it was not and that's the way the cookie crumbles moreover everyone in the room assuming yes so it was like the most tepid response. It's a win from a show that is universally praised yes. I'm sure that no one's like fleabag doesn't deserve it deserve. It really sucks sucks. That's how the point just was such an incredibly awkward moment. Totally I think okay like root for history. It's like when you walk or it's and you want to see a record broken or you. You want like someone's got hot. Hand you want to leave him in the game but as long as possible like it's okay to root for history it's okay to experience that moment and it was just really awkward. Yeah and it's also a fever waller. Bridge did not really read the room in that moment. I was wondering I guess veep is maybe not a big deal in the UK. They don't care about it. They're like we have in the loop. We don't actually need the American version of IANUCCI stuff but she was like thanking her agent and I just it wasn't the note that you wanted at that. Moment also weird for her to be profusely thanking or agent given the feud between writers and agents right now. Yes weird moment. It was not mentioned once during the entire telecast now's house per day and there was a lot of ignoring everything going on TV. No one was talking about streaming services. Everyone was just you know thinking whatever likes Amazon that that helped them. A lot of Amazon wants by the way but yeah it just it. It was uncomfortable. Even though it was happy yeah it's like not undeserved served right with the moment felt wrong and it. Kinda sucks then for our bread shoes. True talent is actually Frank Kayla. I will say like she seems super for actress to me in that moment in a way. I don't like to acknowledge and I just like Oh. This is a real actress but she also had just been up there like I think it would have been different if she hadn't won anything yet yet right right right so she had just been up there. She's up there again. It's like Oh you again like everyone loves her but like it is. It would have been different than if it had just been the first win for few celebrity yeah so it's tough. It's a no win a little bit she continued to she did continue to win now. She did and it was awesome. That fleabag won best comedy. US totally detailing curling. Everyone say their favorite episode man you go first the last one I mean come on the answer here. I soon as you said that to me. I I also kind of don't think of them as discreet right so it's entirely it was just one you could put those together and it would be like one very long movie and it would be kind of perfect shorter then some worth celebrating movies kate the first episode the pilot was the second season yeah great one of the Jumpsuit Yeah Mine's the number three's Kristin Scott Thomas See Russia Kristin Scott Thurow's Jonzon hot priest socially tough but you got yeah Kristin Scott Thomas. Oh yeah that's a trade. That's funeral so many other version of one yeah one we don't talk about the new one in the really funny thing about season into fleabag is just like everyone acknowledges now including TV while our bridge how essential Andrew Scott as you play the AK Moriarty too many of us who watched Sir Lock. Yeah weird very greatest in yeah. It was really cool and she when she turned to him accepting best comedy. It was like we did this because Andrew. You're Scott came in and that was cool. It was great and also you finally got to be on stage which was good so a motive. Actually I just want to say I love back. I don't need any more Brett Gelman twenty twenty between fleabag and stranger things. Yeah Ozone Lot shred amount of everything done. We're done offense. I guess it's it's really inherently offensive thing okay moving on so that was like a low and then and then I within a low below the recovered itself yeah. Just I mean it is remarkable. It's saying that is a special as fleabag actually won the emmys. We don't see actually the best. Things don't usually win awards. That's literally every awards show and fleabag winning and phoebe Waller winning for writing. It's just like wow we did it. That's great yeah so that was good good job on this one thing good Johnson. Okay Okay Hi Michelle Williams speech amazing stuff amazing stuff. This is also what happens when you practice and you prepare and she had clearly given some thought to what she wanted to say and not. Maybe she wrote it. I'm not really sure because it was definitely well-crafted and she hit her points but it was more that she had an idea and she wanted to turn this into It's a speech about equal pay which is like something. She's been crosshairs about a lot. If you remember when they did the re-shoots for I guess it was called all the money in the world it was the Getty Nassar Getty show out of it so Kevin Spacey's the Laura for Christopher plummer and they did the re shoots her fi versus Mark Wahlberg fee. Yes she took like a daily fee and Mark Wahlberg at one point five million dollars and then it became a thanks so she I used that in order to talk about a Fosse verdant. FX And the support and what happens when you actually do support of working specifically women have car work. She just like she had the stats. That's she nailed it.

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Transgender people in U.S. still face conversion therapy attempts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:18 min | 2 years ago

Transgender people in U.S. still face conversion therapy attempts

"Us for the this show is mcrae game. He's founder of hope for wholeness. It was it is a leading conversion therapy program in the country this week he publicly announced he's gay and renounced all aspects of conversion therapy also with us from toronto. Now is matt ashcroft. He attended his first conversion therapy program in two thousand fourteen at the age of twenty four with the hope of repairing his relationship with his father. He's currently inactive seeking a ban on conversion therapy centers from across across canada matt. Welcome to on point. Thank you samat that. Tell us where you were <hes> emotionally and mentally at the point at which you decided to enter this. Why did you feel it was necessary to do so. And what were you seeking to accomplish so being in a caribbean family <hes> or at least grow growing up in a caribbean family. Being gay is not really a thing balls but specifically jamaican. I didn't really have a good relationship with my dad and i thought that that through the worm hole of the internet that this is the only way that i can re- rebuild or payroll relationship with my dad matt to be clear like you were identifying his gaelic. You knew that you wanted to date. Young men like this is kind of where you were or like. How would you have identified yourself. At that time i would've done defy it as me just going through a lot of shame and just being at a dark place i also did turn to religion <hes> quite a legia agia at eighteen and i also had a lot of shame from religion with <hes> homophobia and homophobic all homophobic preaching so and so you say you go you go online like you go into the interwebs and you're like i am going to find something. That's gonna help me out and this just pops up a you. <hes> it was it wasn't it wasn't that easy of a process. It was more it was more so like talking to people <unk> getting super involved with mike christian faith at the time and just just ultimately just going into fundamental fundamental fundamental. Isn't that didn't <hes> that doesn't work for me. Now i wanna play a couple of clips to give listeners an understanding of what's under girding some of the thinking here the elite joseph nicolosi created what became known as repair to therapy conversion therapy <hes> and he introduced many of the foundational concepts adopted widely by <hes> these these kinds of organizations across the country here nicolosi was in an interview with vice from two thousand fifteen. Everyone's heterosexual the idea that <hes> some people are naturally homosexual. Naturally gay is just a a social construct so when you have an individual who has same sex attraction we see it as something went wrong developmentally and we try to resolve the issue and put them back on the path toward their natural heterosexuality nicolosi nicolosi maintained that childhood trauma possibly exacerbated by domineering mother detached father might lead to homosexuality <hes>. I wanna say that you know the american medical association the american psychiatric association of both sort of thorough statements <hes> essentially disavowing or denouncing the idea of any scientific fecta liquidity of being attached to what they you know the american psychiatric association called psychotherapeutic modalities it said <hes> any such anecdotal reports. It's of cures are counterbalanced by anecdotal claims of psychological harm. I wanna play the clip of <hes> involving the trimmer family. <hes> adam trimmer grew up outside. I richmond virginia struggling to keep a secret from his deeply religious southern baptist parents when he decided to come out to his mother paulette. It didn't go well. <hes> paulette trimmer related this to earn moriarty for c._b._s. Sunday morning last november. I wanted him to know that it's in the bible and you're going against god. Did you hug him at that moment again and i remember hearing him. Tell somebody when i went to a mom and instead of getting love and support. I got religion

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Kim Tunnicliffe, Lawrence And Brian Moriarty discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Kim Tunnicliffe, Lawrence And Brian Moriarty discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

"Kim Tunnicliffe says they want you to call nine one one Lawrence fire chief Brian Moriarty says since the September gas disaster a lot of people have been calling the Columbia gas emergency line and the company has been responding to those calls on its own. But the chief says the utilities response time is a lot longer than the fire departments. Yes company has a thirty to forty minute response time. Come right away, the good to do anything? But weaker in the neighborhoods. We have a three to four minute response time. You have the ability to check for gas with ability show, the gas meters off evacuate areas, Columbia gas has also agreed to notify the fire departments and all three communities every time. They get a call on their emergency line for gas related issue in Lawrence, Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's NewsRadio left out in the cold the local homeless population. Mike Macklin takes a look coming up. All right out to the

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"moriarty" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"moriarty" Discussed on RobinLynne

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02:16 min | 3 years ago

"moriarty" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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