18 Burst results for "Mr. Hooper"

"mr. hooper" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:46 min | 2 months ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"As this kept us running up and down the rigging one hand was sent aloft at each masthead to stand by to loose and for all the sales at the moment of the order. I took my place at the four and loosed and furled the royal five times before raynsford island and the castle at one tack. We ran so near to raynsford island. That looking down from the royal yard the island with its hospital buildings. Nice gravelled walks and green. Platz seemed to lie directly under our yard arms. So close is the channel to some of these islands that we ran the end of our flying jib boom over one of the outworked. So the fortifications on georgia's island and had an opportunity of seeing the advantages of that point as a fortified place for and working up the channel. We presented a fair stem and stern for raking from the batteries. Three or four times one gun might have knocked us to pieces. We it all set our hearts on giving up to town before night and going ashore but the tide beginning to run strong against us and the wind with there was of it being head. We made little by whether bowing the tide and the pilot gave orders to cock bill. The inker and overhaul the chain making too long stretches which brought us into the roads. Under the lee of the castle he clued up the top sales and let go the anchor and for the first time since leaving san diego one hundred and thirty five days are inker was upon bottom in half an hour more. We were lying snugly with all sails. Furled safe in boston. Harbor are long voyage ended the well-known seen about us and the dome of the state house fading in the western sky the lights of the city starting into sight as the darkness came on and at nine o'clock the clinger of the bells ringing. Their custom peels among which the boston boys try to distinguish the well-known tone of the old south we adjust done furlan sales when a beautiful little pleasure but luffed up into the wind under a quarter and the junior partner of the firm to which are ship belong. Mr hooper jumped on board. I saw him from the missing topsail yard and knew him. Well he shook the captain by the hand and went into the cabin and in a few minutes came up inquired of the made for me the last time i had seen him. I was in the uniform an undergraduate of harvard college and now to his astonishment there came down from aloft a rough alley looking fellow with duck trousers and mid shirt long hair and face burnt stark as an indians we shook hands and he congratulated me upon my return in my appearance of health and strength and said that my friends were all well. He had seen some of my family a few days before. I thanked him for telling me what i should not have dared to ask. And if the first bringer of unwelcome news half but a losing office and his tongue sounds ever after like a sullen bell. Certainly i ought ever to remember this man in his words with pleasure. The captain went up to the town in the boat with mr hooper and left us to pass another night on board ship and to come up with the mornings tied under command of the pilot so much to be..

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

05:57 min | 3 months ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Out those words that serve relatable and if it wasn't him this here's what you don't assume that they're trying to make the president's more label minute exhibit. That's whether on sweats now. With all the tracksuits yes. I'm glad they comfortable. Yeah video barred. They serve this country. Barack obama went from a full outta hair. Too gray baldy. It's a tough jogging. Thinning keeps a close crops games. He's playing like andre andre brower. What's what's he got along. Patrick stewart held onto the horseshoe. Little longer than you look. Good though you know what i mean. He really made a because he was considered sexy and so he really for for a brief period of time men with that. Of course you hair could feel good about themselves in a way that they never did before since they were wrong. Mr hooper run minister kept it close. Cropped enforce it was. It was like salt and pepper. It looked really good what he has a great head. He's an attractive man. Mr hooper who we talk about my past. I can't suddenly can't picture mr hooper. maybe i'm wrong about his hair. Maybe i'm thinking of a puppet wrong. You might be thinking of the other guy. Could've gordon david gordon was bald. David david was like a latino guy. Louis louis he had a full headed. There was a gore's does lewis bob. There was a maria maria. i'm thinking about. What was the lady's name boy. Mr hooper had tried it. Oh yeah that's nice to see him again and he died. When i was the age that i was watching sesame street they had to deal with it on the show and i had to do with it as an audience member. All of the cast put sunglasses down to deal with it. Tell me mr hooper. you know what. They had their backs to the camera. And then big bird said go. All the human characters turned around. Put sunglasses down to deal with it. A lot of people don't remember director of show show biz. relying mr hooper lying in state. They showed him and then weird choice. They dentist tip the casket into oscar. The grouches track the. Yeah that's how they chose to dispose of its board of the casket was a hinge. I don't remember this episode of television history. I mean about sesame street why you'd think recovered because if you get if you get the director's cut become. Oh the big the big. You'll see the full thing you don't look forward to seeing it. Do you remember on sesame street. There was an episode where they reveal the sniff up was not imaginary yeah and Maria had a psychotic break powerful episode. It was a very powerful episode to health. But she she she of course believes that he was fake and then when she saw him she just couldn't her brain could not she couldn't handle it. Well shutting hand. She had she had given big. It's hard time all those years. She there's the guilt on top of it. Also if you think he's fake and then you see him. He's pretty scary. It's a shocking. He's a large beasts. And how did you miss him unify eyelash the islands gorgeous do you think the real now. Riots there's to perfect they sway in the breeze. I mean that's what what's what's it called. i can't think of the word. I must have magnetic eyelashes. I do know what you you put you put a put a special kind of mascara on your is that has metal in it and then the magnets i think eyelashes and they just sound safe as hell. I think safer than glue is it. I don't know although ever since. I got the vaccine metal. Stick to me like fucking crazy. I have so many keys on my chest. Roy at any given moment. Yeah yeah. Some of them. Aren't these not bad. You walk past it. I'm constantly next door. Taking celtics for any of these keys yards mimi. The dog park. I won't have a dog. Are you allowed to go to the. You don't have a dog park right now. it's not. It's a dog park because no grass. It's because you're constantly running. Because i feel like i like dog so much and i feel like i would like to go to see a bunch of dog. Maybe maybe not during the. Why don't you want to wait. Twenty twenty two. I think is your dog park going outdoors. I'm not going to an indoor in dog door part. Did you ever go inside a dog. And there's a bunch of doors in their blowing your mind artaud. You might be if you open up doors inside. Lsd mom psychedelics. He that's my phrase. We ought psychedelic shirts. Bumperstickers your silent a d. c. b. cell That's legal i. I have two options for you paul. If you want to touch you can borrow my dog and take him to the dog park. If you want to happy to let you take him. What kind of look. I haven't seen you. What kind of dog are we talking about here. He's a He's little he's like he's looks like a corgi. Dachshund.

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Gang from Sesame Street. Oscar. The Grouch was always my favorite. Yes, Anyway. They recently celebrated their 51st anniversary as a show And since Mike, it's your job to help educate Our listeners about their money. I feel compelled as a DJ to point out this very important fact about life on Sesame Street. Back in 1969 Big Bird could buy one of Mr Hooper's famous bird seed milkshakes for only 20 cents. But today Had someone else, not me do the math. And that same milkshake would cost about three bucks. So inflation is even a thing on Sesame Street, my friend, and that is just sad. Actually. Good luck with that, Christian, I I don't think you could get a milkshake for three bucks. Now. Do you think so? I mean, maybe a bird seed one who wants one? Maybe that's why so Maybe that's why I was going to night time. I think that your friend took that little too technically, and actually did math on what bird seed would cost and Millikan treated all but What is your favorite? If you're going to milk shake what would be your favorite 10? My gosh. Now if the world is my oyster, I like candy pieces in there, or, like a a mint, right? Something like that. But if we're just talking plain flavors, I'm a standard vanilla kind of gal. No. Cookies and cream. Oh, I love that ice creams are probably wouldn't it Z pretty solid. I haven't had one really long time just because I feel awful after having it. But in this pandemic, Covad life, whatever it is, I have gained some weight. Part of it has been to get some ice cream. Boy, because there's a lot of things out there. You watch the news. You bring down theater of the mind people or imagine business people there imagining your huge right now. No, I'm not huge. That's what I'm saying. I'm just saying, but I got in this business because I didn't want people looking at me, and that's why I'll stay at it, You know, but at the same time, let's be real. The news is depressing. When I'm watching David Bure. It's with a pint of ice cream. Sometimes I'm just being honest. It's not nice. It's gotta stop that, anyway. Let's talk about what's really important here and not me, binging the news and movies on the couch and eating too much ice cream. Let's talk about our financial life because I'm not sure how long average is in the world of retirement. But let's just pretend It's two decades. So what could happen to your finances in two decades? Well, the most recent 20 years we had let's think about it the dot com bubble that cost a crash in.

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Your report card for your parents? Yes. How'd that go? It was head mind. You were smart. What is? Oh, I got in trouble. A couple times old. Honest to goodness for not having an A plus Well is because then you are what I was capable of, but I remember coming home the 1st 1st 6 weeks. At noon, the school and I got Aah! He's in a couple C's. And my dad sat me down right now and said, What's the issue? And I said, Dad, I have no idea and I was absolutely sincere. Well, this wrong card? No. This teacher Mr Hooper at the time Newbie school in Speedway. Give out no ways. So all the A students all the beast is Oh, and he just dressed. Everybody done. That's how he got everybody's attention. The first great period that's like people that review online and they looked back. They don't give anyone about Came in your store loved a great three stars. Yeah, you know. Yeah, but Jackie Slattery, Terry Mitchell. All the A student's Well guess the will that thumped one time my family. I brought my card home. And my mom looked at it and like, said we're going out to dinner. Celebrate What happened? All had one d o a I don't know if it's your best. Now. Here's my brother Tommy. Story, brother Tommy Way always had to bring ours home, and Tommy was a high school time. But if anybody could forge my dad's signature, it was my brother Tommy. It was a really flowery signature. So, Tom, you.

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Obviously there are times. Where i i enjoy it. A messy but certain certain times. I find it abhorrent to be there at monitor like i the idea of breaking fiction that i've worked so hard to develop and seeing a grip have to move some furniture. Put a light standing like makes me wanna vomit and so hurts for me when the crew shows up nowadays. It's like okay. I did it casino. Hands like i'm moving on. I can't be here to watch you guys. Destroy this world. Because you've got to put gaff tape on the floor. But i think you're corrupting this beautiful room for sure. And i think over time because it's just like mind-numbing to see like the crew show up with their the bottled water and stuff and so like nowadays. I'm kinda like okay. Well i'm going to throw a because you guys need me to do it. Because i'm the only person worrying about mar but also be because i just i can't deal with watching forty takes where you're breaking a glass on the on the floor and and then to to the second to the second question i i try to as you as you accumulate or at least in my case you start to meet people who i think as far as a facet of being a good designer as you start to meet people where you can engage critically like certain things that they're really good at even if they don't have names for positions yet so by the time they become real movies you have your charge scenic your head painter the paint department the construction department your draftsmen who are work in the blueprints in the office and he starts to figure out these nynex of who does what i can give you a quick example like i was before corona virus happened i was prepping the sesame street movie for warner brothers and unfortunately fell apart until next year but but we decided early on that because of the kind of cultural capital of sesame street how important it is So many people that blueprints that were built that we're drawing in the art office and sending to the construction shop where something that we really wanted to be Considerate of Historically and so we were hand. Drafting the hero buildings of sesame. Street the brownstone the carriage house. Mr hooper store secondary buildings We were doing. We were drawing on computer but there was something tangible so that we were finding the kinds of people who certain draft men are better at hand drying and we were having them work on the classic sesame street buildings because they put a little heart into those elements that kind of thing so you know all of those departments from set decoration to props to to Construction you you kind of start to figure out. In whatever city you're working in who's who feels good with what elements and then user to kind of build a language at munich ation but those people is it fair to say that the production any sort of makes everything that's physical and the senior everything that you see in a in a movie because i think part of the roles that she said there you know. I'm familiar with a lot of them. But for a lot of people out there. Especially if they're coming from the camera department or the on the super indy level. You know the draftsmen. The here had seen the here these kinds of terms. And they're like..

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on Parenting: Difficult Conversations

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on Parenting: Difficult Conversations

"He's been with sesame for a long time and she says the death of Willie the actor who played Mr Hooper. It presented a real dilemma. For the show's writers. They gave a lot of decision to this. So the actor dies in real life and you have choices when you have a television show G You replace the actor. Ju just right right the actor off and as we do on sesame street or always putting the needs of kids first so from an educational point of view. What is the right thing to do for children? And in the case of Mr Hooper. The right thing was to be completely painfully honest. Egbert Mr Hooper's not coming back off big bird when people die. They don't come back no number. Why not well Big Bird? Their Dad they come back This brings us to the first of our big takeaways be honest and concrete when talking with kids about the what of death what happens and what it means. That's right because young kids often have trouble understanding the permanence of death and rose. Marie says we. Grownups are often part of the problem. Death is a part about lives and what happens is that as adults. We find talking about death difficult and when we're trying to talk to our children about death we don't necessarily always have the words and so rosemary says we often use euphemisms instead which can be really confusing for kids and even scary thing passed away. The no is sorry for your loss. Went on a long journey Put the dog to sleep. We put the doctor sleep. That's that's a really big one And the reason for that is that well. Then if you're telling me now that the dog went to sleep in his not gonNA wake up and died while I go to sleep every night. Am I going to die? You go to sleep every night. Mommy and Daddy. Are you going to die? So it's really important to use the word died inequality I feel like we often trip up in our rush to want to reassure kids so I remember when my older daughter is three. She said I know Mommy. You said everybody dies but me and you and the cat won't die right and I so wanted to tell her. No nobody none of you know when you love going to die but you know. I had to tell her the truth and I was so glad that I did. Because if you years later our our cat did pass away did I. You hear that on you. It's hardcore you know we're so used to doing that. It's really hard. It's totally true. Muslims everywhere which is one reason. Rosemary says don't just use the word dive but also be clear with kids like this is what it means you know when you die. Your heart stops. Your body stops working. You don't eat you. Don't breathe to give more concrete information about what is the meaning of death. This is all true for when we're talking about the what of death but you know. The advice is a little different when kids are asking the why questions and this brings us to take away number two. Which is sometimes it can be better not to tell kids too much especially not all at once. So let's let's pick up where we left off with big burden. Why don't understand you know everything was just fine. Why does it have to this way? Give me one good reason. One good reason and it is at this point that a grownup on the show. A man named Gordon stands up. He walks over and he says something that just hit me. It's so simple. Cory bird it has to be this way because just because just because just because that's it. Yeah that's it. So Rosemary says they picked that answer for a few reasons so first of all. They wanted to leave room for families to talk about the meaning of death according to their own faith traditions their beliefs and you know and we as parents should always feel free to kind of we all will fill that in however it makes sense to us which is an easy right but rosemary says there's another reason they did it this way and it's the sometimes it's better not to give kids too much information at least all at once right so kids. They get overwhelmed really easily so to adults and in this moment gordon concede that big birds already taken in a lot so he holds back. Rosemary says she got advice on this one's from hospice social worker. Who specialized in talking with kids about death and she used the analogy of eating an apple when we eat an apple. We'd we'd the whole apple when a child eats an apple. They take a bite maybe two bites. They put it down down. Leave it on the couch on the floor on the floor. Pick a backup. Take two more by exactly and this goes on now. We will look at that apple and say gross like I ain't eating this apple But for them it's like I'm still eating the apple. That's probably how go into to experience death as well. They'RE GONNA take a couple of bites they're going to go on with their life and they're gonNA come back and they're gonNA take a couple more by rose. Marie are you that person that parent who slices up the apple and gives them a few slices at a time so serious. Where'd you the whole piece of fruit? But even the slice they probably not going to eat the whole

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Be Honest And Concrete: Tips For Talking To Kids About Death

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

05:57 min | 1 year ago

Be Honest And Concrete: Tips For Talking To Kids About Death

"He's been with sesame for a long time and she says the death of Willie the actor who played Mr Hooper. It presented a real dilemma. For the show's writers. They gave a lot of decision to this. So the actor dies in real life and you have choices when you have a television show G You replace the actor. Ju just right right the actor off and as we do on sesame street or always putting the needs of kids first so from an educational point of view. What is the right thing to do for children? And in the case of Mr Hooper. The right thing was to be completely painfully honest. Egbert Mr Hooper's not coming back off big bird when people die. They don't come back no number. Why not well Big Bird? Their Dad they come back This brings us to the first of our big takeaways be honest and concrete when talking with kids about the what of death what happens and what it means. That's right because young kids often have trouble understanding the permanence of death and rose. Marie says we. Grownups are often part of the problem. Death is a part about lives and what happens is that as adults. We find talking about death difficult and when we're trying to talk to our children about death we don't necessarily always have the words and so rosemary says we often use euphemisms instead which can be really confusing for kids and even scary thing passed away. The no is sorry for your loss. Went on a long journey Put the dog to sleep. We put the doctor sleep. That's that's a really big one And the reason for that is that well. Then if you're telling me now that the dog went to sleep in his not gonNA wake up and died while I go to sleep every night. Am I going to die? You go to sleep every night. Mommy and Daddy. Are you going to die? So it's really important to use the word died inequality I feel like we often trip up in our rush to want to reassure kids so I remember when my older daughter is three. She said I know Mommy. You said everybody dies but me and you and the cat won't die right and I so wanted to tell her. No nobody none of you know when you love going to die but you know. I had to tell her the truth and I was so glad that I did. Because if you years later our our cat did pass away did I. You hear that on you. It's hardcore you know we're so used to doing that. It's really hard. It's totally true. Muslims everywhere which is one reason. Rosemary says don't just use the word dive but also be clear with kids like this is what it means you know when you die. Your heart stops. Your body stops working. You don't eat you. Don't breathe to give more concrete information about what is the meaning of death. This is all true for when we're talking about the what of death but you know. The advice is a little different when kids are asking the why questions and this brings us to take away number two. Which is sometimes it can be better not to tell kids too much especially not all at once. So let's let's pick up where we left off with big burden. Why don't understand you know everything was just fine. Why does it have to this way? Give me one good reason. One good reason and it is at this point that a grownup on the show. A man named Gordon stands up. He walks over and he says something that just hit me. It's so simple. Cory bird it has to be this way because just because just because just because that's it. Yeah that's it. So Rosemary says they picked that answer for a few reasons so first of all. They wanted to leave room for families to talk about the meaning of death according to their own faith traditions their beliefs and you know and we as parents should always feel free to kind of we all will fill that in however it makes sense to us which is an easy right but rosemary says there's another reason they did it this way and it's the sometimes it's better not to give kids too much information at least all at once right so kids. They get overwhelmed really easily so to adults and in this moment gordon concede that big birds already taken in a lot so he holds back. Rosemary says she got advice on this one's from hospice social worker. Who specialized in talking with kids about death and she used the analogy of eating an apple when we eat an apple. We'd we'd the whole apple when a child eats an apple. They take a bite maybe two bites. They put it down down. Leave it on the couch on the floor on the floor. Pick a backup. Take two more by exactly and this goes on now. We will look at that apple and say gross like I ain't eating this apple But for them it's like I'm still eating the apple. That's probably how go into to experience death as well. They'RE GONNA take a couple of bites they're going to go on with their life and they're gonNA come back and they're gonNA take a couple more by rose. Marie are you that person that parent who slices up the apple and gives them a few slices at a time so serious. Where'd you the whole piece of fruit? But even the slice they probably not going to eat the whole

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Kindness am Love loving deeply and reason I wanted to talk about this was because I just read on facebook whereas spending a lot of time that caroll spinney died. And if you're not familiar with the name it may be that you haven't followed followed sesame street very closely but I grew up with sesame street and Caroll Spinney was the voice of Oscar the grouch but even more he embodied big bird was the voice and also was the in the inside of the of that big bird was he was the instrumental in bringing that character to life on the program. And it's interesting that this happened today because I also just recently watched the New Tom Hanks movie about Mister Rogers and both of these men loved loved children deeply. Because you could see it and how they interacted and I don't know necessarily Caroll spinney actually wrote the dialogue necessarily that he said on Sesame street but he really did bring that bird word to life and and actually his in this article. I was reading about him today. His colleagues said Big Bird is him and he is big bird and Dan. Big Bird had this childlike sweetness. and both he and Mr Rogers tackled tough subjects as as well And and I do remember that and again I'm showing my age but When Mr Hooper died on sesame street that You know big bird was trying to wrap his brain around that and and you know was concerned about it and I wanted to know what Let's see I have got in his article here. It says Where where was it? He says Oh Shoot I. I can't find it. Oh there was he says Oh yeah here it is. He says it was a nineteen eighty-three episode. Okay I was too old for that. I must have just seen it on the replace now that I think about I didn't realize that He said he's gotta come back. WHO's GonNa take care of the store who's GonNa make my birdseed milkshakes and tell me stories and it was that his childlike innocence? That is something that we all need to who embody as grownups. More of you know Was it Jesus said you know. Let the children come to me. And he admonished rush does even in the Bible that we needed to be more like children in order to get into the Kingdom of Heaven. Now I've since believe leave. The Kingdom of Heaven is something that we can actually attain right here on earth. It's not necessarily a place that we Go to after we die so I just wanted to just wanted to comment about this today because I I just feel that we've lost a couple people vol- recently well. Am I know Mr Rogers. Fred Rogers has been has been gone for several years. And and I'm just I'm grateful. Now that what he taught taught in particular is being brought back up and that people are paying attention to it again in that kindness that he shared shared with his audience and and that I am the Tom Hanks movie they made a point of Saying this is that and I want or maybe it was even an interview. Tom Hanks I think that I heard is that Fred. Rogers would look directly into the camera so that he was talking directly to the Child on the other side of the television said and I was one of those children. I grew up with Mr Rogers and I I loved that show. I didn't watch. It necessarily take all the time but when I did it really did I did feel safe and secure and I grew up in a household that was not always very safe and secure her. I had an alcoholic father and so things were. You never quite knew what the day was going to look like. But when I could watch mister Rogers neighborhood hood and Sesame Street is well I felt like I was loved and I was part of a family and that these people and puppets said muppets cared about what I thought and they cared about me as an individual and in our world today there's so much craziness negatively and and so much division that it's wonderful when we can pay attention and think start treating each other with more kindness and especially with our children out another thing I was. It's interesting how all this is coming together last night I was reading an article About someone who I think was. She was a journalist and she was actually. I think doing a story on the Tom Hanks movie and so she was watching old. Mister Rogers episodes for research and she has the two small children. There were like five and seven and normally they wouldn't you know they're obsessed with their ipads and you know all the other things that typical kids do nowadays but they got. They came in to get help with homework and started watching the show with their mom and she was so delighted that they really liked it. They they really felt the love. Fred Rogers had for them and and so gave her hope for our future future generations. So what I would encourage you to do today is to find opportunities where you can show someone some some love and show someone some kindness and it doesn't have to be anything major. It could just be opening the door for someone or smiling smiling at someone that you pass on the street and just saying hello. It doesn't have to be a big deal but if we all aw could just extend a little kindness in our everyday lives. What full lives we would start to have as a result because I do believe the more that we give out the more that we receive? It's the law of reciprocity. So I challenge you to do something Nice for someone one today and to keep a hot anti act on it in do some good deeds because again going back to the Bible the the Golden Rule is to do unto others as you would have them do unto you so let's spread some more kindness and love today in honor of the memory of carroll spinney and Fred Rogers and big bird life. Appreciate you listening to the podcast today. If you you make sure that you subscribe so that you'll be able to Be Able to catch You'll get notified when our next episodes come out and Dan if you would be so kind as to leave a rating and review on I tunes. That would be wonderful as well until next time. I'm wishing you peace I love and prosperity one more thing before you go as valued listener of the live love engage podcast asked. I want to help you shine your light in the world. Not only while you're listening to the show but all day every day of the week that's why I created look love engaged spiritual awakening community on facebook. It's a place for you to gather with other business professionals and entrepreneurs who are committed to living the life of their originates. If you WANNA be a part of this community band receive free trainings from me. Go to live. Love engage dot com and request to join. That's Japan I B e Need Manji A._G. DOT COM..

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Abraham Cooper is a propagandist. For this HAMAs front group called care, which has a foothold in the United States, and they use every opportunity to support Democrats and Trach Republicans and here he is on CNN today. Cut three go. Unfortunately, we have our nation's top leaders, and I'm talking about President Trump, mainstreaming bigotry and bringing a bigotry and division as a source of governance. President Trump governs based on fear and lies. You must be confusing. The United States. With virtually every Arab and Muslim country on the face of the earth. If you're Jewish Christian. Try to go to Medina. If you're Jewish Christian, see if you're welcome in the Gaza Strip. Or even parts of Jerusalem. Even on the Temple Mount. If you're Jewish or Christian. See how widely embraced she'll be in Tehran. And I could go on and on. Mr. Hooper confuses the United States with those countries. People flee to this country. Compare this country to Somalia. Sudan. I am sick and tired. When these sickos go out and kill people. That somehow that reflects our thinking somehow that reflects our philosophy somehow that reflects our politics our principles when in fact, we are repulsed by it. We are the ones who embrace the declaration of independence, which is not religious specific collar specific ancestry specific, unalienable rights. We're the ones who say live and let live. Live and let live we're the ones who are tolerant. Now when you push back against the progressive centralized state when you insist that there be a rule of law, and it'd be followed by everybody who wants to come into this country when you went since wave a magnificent culture, and that people who want to come here must assimilate. Then all of a sudden you must support the mass slaughter of fill in the blank. At fill in the blank. Nancy Pelosi visited Assad. Against the direct request of President, George W Bush. Assad killed forty nine people before you had breakfast. Almost all Muslims. The New York Times supported Fidel Castro's revolution. Fidel Castro killed forty nine people before.

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Abraham Cooper is a propagandist. For this HAMAs front group called care, which has a foothold in the United States and the use every opportunity. To support Democrats and trash Republicans. And here he is on CNN today. Cut three go. Unfortunately, we have our nation's top leaders, and I'm talking about President Trump, mainstreaming bigotry and bringing bigotry and division as a source of governance. President Trump governs based on fear and lies. You must be confusing. The United States. With virtually every Arab and Muslim country on the face of the earth. If you're Jewish Christian. Try to go to Medina. If you're Jewish Christian, see if you're welcome in the Gaza Strip. Or even parts of Jerusalem. Even on the Temple Mount. If you're Jewish or Christian. See how widely embraced she'll be in Tehran. And I could go on and on. Mr. Hooper confuses the United States with those countries. People flee to this country. Compare this country to Somalia. Or the Sudan? I am sick and tired. When these sickos go out and kill people. That somehow that reflects our thinking somehow that reflects our philosophy somehow that reflects our politics our principles when in fact, we are repulsed by it. We're the ones who embrace the declaration of independence, which is not religious specific color specific ancestry specific, unalienable rights. We're the ones who say live and let live. Live and let live we are the ones who are tolerant. Not one you push back against the progressive centralized state. When you insist that there'd be a rule of law, and it'd be followed by everybody who wants to come into this country. When you went SIS wave, a magnificent culture and people who wanna come here must assimilate. Then all of a sudden you must support the mass slaughter of fill in the blank. Fill in the blank. Nancy Pelosi visited Assad. Against the direct request of President, George W Bush. Assad killed forty nine people before you at breakfast. Almost all Muslims. The New York Times supported Fidel Castro's revolution. Belcastro killed forty nine people. Before.

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on WTVN

"Abraham Cooper is a propagandist. For this HAMAs front group called care, which has a foothold in the United States, and they use every opportunity to support Democrats and trash Republicans and here he is on CNN today. Cut three go. Unfortunately, we have our nation's top leaders, and I'm talking about President Trump, mainstreaming bigotry and bringing bigotry and division as a source of governance. President Trump governs based on fear and lies. You must be confusing. The United States. With virtually every Arab and Muslim country on the face of the earth. If you're Jewish or Christian. Try to go to Medina. If you're Jewish Christian, see if you're welcome in the Gaza Strip. Or even parts of Jerusalem. Even on the Temple Mount. If you're Jewish or Christian. See how widely embraced she'll be in Tehran. And I could go on and on. Mr. Hooper confuses the United States with those countries. People flee to this country. Compare this country to Somalia. Are the Sudan? I am sick and tired. When these sickos go out and kill people. That somehow that reflects our thinking somehow that reflects our philosophy somehow that reflects our politics our principles when in fact, we are repulsed by it. We're the ones who embrace the declaration of independence, which is not religious specific color specific ancestry specific, unalienable rights. We're the ones who say live and let live. Live and let live we're the ones who are tolerant. When you push back against the progressive centralized state when you went cyst that there be a rule of law, and it'd be followed by everybody who wants to come into this country when you went SIS a magnificent culture, and that people who wanna come here must assimilate. Then all of a sudden you must support the mass slaughter of fill in the blank. Fill in the blank. Nancy Pelosi visited Assad. Against the direct request of President, George W Bush. Assad killed forty nine people before you had breakfast. Almost all Muslims. The New York Times supported Fidel Castro and his revolution. Fidel Castro killed forty.

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Top leaders, and I'm talking about President Trump, mainstreaming bigotry and bringing bigotry and division as a source of governance. President Trump governs based on fear and lies. You must be confusing. The United States. With virtually every Arab and Muslim country on the face of the earth. If you're Jewish Christian. Try to go to Medina. If you're Jewish Christian, see if you're welcome in the Gaza Strip. Or even parts of Jerusalem or even on the Temple Mount. If you're Jewish or Christian. See how widely embraced show be in Tehran. And I could go on and on. Mr. Hooper confuses the United States with those countries. People flee to this country. Compare this country to Somalia. Are the Sudan? I am sick and tired. When the sickos go out and kill people. That somehow that reflects our thinking somehow that reflects our philosophy somehow that reflects our politics our principles when in fact, we are repulsed by it. We are the ones who embrace the declaration of independence, which is not religious specific color specific ancestry specific, unalienable rights. We're the ones who say live and let live. Live and let live we are the ones who are tolerant. That one you push back against the progressive centralized state. When you insist that there be a rule of law, and it'd be followed by everybody who wants to come into this country. Why you insist wave a magnificent culture, and that people who wanna come here must assimilate. Then all of a sudden you must support the mass slaughter of fill in the blank. A fill in the blank. Nancy Pelosi visited Assad. Against the direct request a President, George W Bush. Assad killed forty nine people before you had breakfast. Almost all Muslims. The New York Times supported Fidel Castro's revolution. Fidel Castro killed forty nine people. Before.

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on KTOK

"Abraham Cooper is a propagandist. For this HAMAs front group called care, which has a foothold in the United States and the use every opportunity. To support Democrats and trash Republicans and here he is on CNN today. Cut three go. Unfortunately, we have our nation's top leaders, and I'm talking about President Trump, mainstreaming bigotry and bringing bigotry and division as a source of governance. President Trump governs based on fear and lies. You must be confusing. The United States. With virtually every Arab and Muslim country on the face of the earth. If you're Jewish Christian. Try to go to Medina. If you're Jewish Christian, see if you're welcome in the Gaza Strip. Or even parts of Jerusalem or even on the Temple Mount. If you're Jewish or Christian. See how widely embraced she'll be in Tehran. And I could go on and on. Mr. Hooper confuses the United States with those countries. Repeal flee to this country. Compare this country to Somalia. Are the Sudan? I am sick and tired. When the sickos go out and kill people. That somehow that reflects our thinking somehow that reflects our philosophy somehow that reflects our politics our principles when in fact, we are repulsed by it. We're the ones who embrace the declaration of independence, which is not religious specific color specific ancestry specific, unalienable rights. We're the ones who say live and let live. Live and let live we're the ones who are tolerant. Not one you push back against the progressive centralized state. When you insist that there'd be a rule of law, and it'd be followed by everybody who wants to come into this country. When you went SIS wave a magnificent culture, and that people who want to come here must assimilate then all of a sudden you must support the mass slaughter of fill in the blank. Fill in the blank. Nancy Pelosi visited Assad. Against the direct request of President, George W Bush. Assad killed forty nine people before you had breakfast. Almost all Muslims. The New York Times supported Fidel Castro and his revolution. Fidel Castro killed forty.

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Abraham Hct is a propagandist. For this HAMAs front group called care, which has a foothold in the United States, and they use every opportunity to support Democrats and trash Republicans. And here he is on CNN today. Cut three go. Unfortunately, we have our nation's top leaders, and I'm talking about President Trump, mainstreaming bigotry and bringing bigotry and division as a source of governance. President Trump governs based on fear and lies. You must be confusing. The United States. With virtually every Arab and Muslim country on the face the earth. If you're Jewish Christian. Try to go to Medina. If you're Jewish Christian, see if you're welcome in the Gaza Strip. Are you can parts of Jerusalem or even on the Temple Mount? If you're Jewish or Christian. See how widely embraced she'll be in Tehran. And I could go on and on. Mr. Hooper confuses the United States with those countries. People flee to this country. Compare this country to Somalia. Or the Sudan? I am sick and tired. When the sickos go out and kill people. That somehow that reflects our thinking somehow that reflects our philosophy somehow that reflects our politics our principles when in fact, we are repulsed by it. We're the ones who embrace the declaration of independence, which is not religious.

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Street to help you answer those really tough questions together. They've created a new audio guide on parenting, it's part of NPR's big new series called life kit. Corey we should just say that you are not just a co-host of this podcast you and on your communists, who is your partner in. This are also parents right? Absolutely. I have two boys she has two girls. And honestly, this whole project came out of a really painful parenting moment, I had two years ago. My mother-in-law died fairly suddenly, and it was really hard on my boys. They asked a lot of questions about death for the first time, and I felt powerless. So as a reporter, I just start looking for resources and turns out sesame had put together a whole toolkit for families going through grief and death. I called them up. They invited me to New York. I did some interviews. I'm at Grover. And as I was leaving that day. I was about to get in the cab and it occurred to me, I just wanna talk with sesame about death. I had so many other parenting questions about race and scary stuff in the news and divorce and household chores. And I felt the same way. And so two years later here, we are so using your death episode as an example. I mean, what kind of things did you learn? Yeah. Well for this one. The really exciting thing is we got to use one of sesame is most famous episodes. You probably remember it. I know I did the death of Mr. Hooper do who ran the corner store the actor who played Mr. Hooper had died and the show decided to use this as a really important moment to help kids understand death. So there's this moment early on when big bird shows up. He's drawn a portrait of Mr. Hooper. He wants to give it to him. And he asks all the adults there. He says where is he big don't you? Remember, we told you? Oh. Mr. Hooper died. He's dead. I remember. Well, I'll give it to him when he comes back. Yeah. And Rachel this cut gets to one reason why it's so hard to talk about death with kids. Right. So armee, and I spoke with one of the experts at sesame her name is Rosemary, truly, oh, she's a developmental psychologist and senior vice president of education and research at sesame workshop, and she told us that a hospice social worker had once told her using a really interesting analogy the kids process this big stuff like the eat an apple they take a bite, maybe two bites. They put it down on the couch. Kick it on the floor more by exactly that's probably how they're going to experience death as well. So what that means for us as parents, Rachel is we need to be patient. Don't give kids more than they can handle at any one time and just accept that. This is not going to be one conversation right for the conversation itself can be tough. Absolutely. What did you learn about the words, you should use totally? So this was one of the biggest takeaways from me, you need to be clear, and you need to be concrete. So again, rose Marie from sesame. She told us one of the common mistakes that we make as grownups. And I know I've done it is we don't like to use the word died. So instead, we use euphemisms passed away. We're sorry for your loss. Went on a long journey. We put the doctor sleep. That's a really big one. And the reason for that is that if you're telling me now that the dog went to sleep in his not gonna wake up and died while I go to sleep every night. Am I going to die you go to sleep every night? Mommy and daddy. Are you gonna die? So it's really important to use the word dot and not just died. But also be really clear when you die your heart stops your body stops working. It's hard to think about saying that. Yeah. For me. But that's what they gotta name it. What did you learn about the grieving part of death? Yeah. I mean, obviously there are big emotions here. And we need to be honest about that kids take their cues from us and said the best thing we can do as parents is the model. Healthy grieving there's nothing wrong with crying in front of our kids and sesame really got to this in the Mr. hoop rep said one of the most powerful moments is when one of the grown-ups Bob cries in front of big bird. You'll never be the same around here with laughable. But you know, something. We can all be very happy that we had a chance to be with them. No. To love him a lot when he was here..

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:59 min | 3 years ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Support for governor Inslee is he announces tomorrow is going to run for president. You could say it's impressive in one way. I guess you could indicate that is impressive in one way. Maybe not in the way by so we'll dig into that you get to choose your news. So you couldn't ask for more than that. It's the guy's name being charged here in a series of arsons, Matthew, Daniel, Hoover and his gosh. You guys have read the criminal background in the sky. I mean, twenty four times this guy's been involved in the criminal Justice system charges ranging from assault to arson to malicious mischief and they're looking for a decent sized bond. Undis-? Skied to hold them twenty four warrants for failing to appear and Gary hawkers been digging into this for Cairo seven our news partner. Gary joins us now. Gary welcome to the candy Mike in touch you? Good to be here. Thank you for inviting me. Yeah. Pleasure. Tell everyone about this this accused arsonists, well, Mr. Hooper, it turns out gave his address when he was I found is the Ballard food Bank. So he was officially unofficially homeless. I guess by any definition and the back story on this guy is we've been able to count that he's been arrested. I've counted almost thirty times he's been convicted. I think twenty one times many of his convictions include of salt robbery burglary a lot of criminal damage to property. In things that are charges that are called militias mischief which include damage to property, so he has an MO of destroying other people's things. And apparently what this guy did is within a span of three weeks in October to November last year. Over the course of a span of about three miles his MO was he would take lighter fluid that he told police that he stole from the Fred Meyer and Ballard, and he would pour it all over pallets or he would pour it through the opening of a mail drop or a key drop, and then he would drop matches or light something on fire, and then such set fire to something you set fire to a restaurant of business, which houses a restaurant a gym the elks club, which does just about one hundred percent charity work out of that location in goes back probably eighty years. And of course, the Gascoyne lumber company I've interviewed family members. That's third fourth generation owned lumber company. These people are incredible. People family owned business. They try and and not only give to charity they hire people like this guy, and he burned about a city block worth of lumber and buildings from the Gascoyne lumber down to the ground hundred and forty two firefighters that's two thirds of Seattle fire department had to show up to that. They had to back fill some of the fire departments because of the size of that fire from Renton and the surrounding communities just to handle the other alarms, so just think about the incredible loss of property, much less. You know, the loss of life. I'm I'm thinking about like the Pang warehouse fire, which was arson. So apparently, he had the same outfit on in a couple of different surveillance images, and he had a hat. I think it was a red hat and then at one point he didn't have the hat. So at one point detectives collected a hat. Among many other things the scene Senate down to the state crime lab, they had myocardial DNA on the hair strands it matched, Mr. Hooper. And so they they looked them up. And they said lo and behold, he just happens to be in jail and Watkin county in Bellingham on unrelated charges. They went up there. He apparently confessed the entire thing and said that he said all these fires to protect himself. He also said, by the way, he had enough money to cover all the damages Swedish back going for. Yes. Of course. So this comes on the fact that this guy is a is a many many, many time repeat offender comes on the heels of the of the the big report that just gave it a system failure report that was backed by the business community. I mean, given given that that is now a real world example of somebody who's a repeat offender in a crime that everyone is aware of a potentially. That's everyone. Everyone is aware of do you feel like it's going to put this is going to put additional pressure on city government to do something to respond to this whole notion of people who are in and out of the system. A couple dozen times guys every time I think that there's going to be. A tipping point. I think this is going to be this is going to be the point of no return. I will do I will do something. And I'll try and do some journalism on it that which is everything I can do. And then, you know, things like this happen. And then things like, you know, Dave Wagner had a report the other day where a guy shoots up meth and waits until SPD's shows up and does it right in front of him. We talked about him. Yeah. So. One thing. I thought would man this is going to be the big turning point is last fall. I got kind of an inside source gave me a letter from the American pharmacy pharma slot from logical pharmaceutical association, it's basically a group of about fifteen hundred pharmacists from around the country and every year, they have a huge convention. They could pick anywhere. They wanna go Miami L A Vegas, and they have they decided not to go back San Francisco because of some of the the problems with lawlessness that they perceive their and they wrote an open letter to visit Seattle. And by the way, you guys Seattle gets a huge. Percentage of the income that funds these programs from tourism and tourism, and these these people have to book these lodging an in everything at the convention center. Many many months sometimes even years in advance. And they said they sent a scout team out here, and they saw the and they put hashtags they said people urinating in the street. We were accosted civil times for cash the distance between the convention center at our hotel. We were accosted sometimes physically we saw people shooting up drugs. Like what what are we gonna do? We cannot guarantee the safety of our people, but it's too late to take our backer deposit. What are we going to do? I took that to the mayor that day was talking about tourism. And I you know, it was really hard to get any kind of answers. They know that there's a problem. But at some point, you wonder, what is the tipping point know what it is? Got to find some some some sort of will on this, Gary Hooker. Caro seven our news partner. Appreciate you coming on, and Gary thanks very much governor Inslee support for running for president. We'll talk about that. And Washington state's part of a group of states who is sort of looking to donate our electoral votes to the popular vote more to it. We'll discuss that Tracy Taylor. We'll check traffic.

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"These years, right? Yeah. Like, he's obviously got some demons as well. Yeah. He's struggling. He's got some some sex slaves down in there. Thanks. So you can hear them every once in a while they'll go to Oscar. Bitches? Oh, willow didn't have a worm name worming. That was never Sesame Street guy. I think he had a little inchworm. They warned me little worm on his trash can back in the day. Of course, only big bird could see Snuffle up against. And then somewhere along the way, I don't know why. And how Snuffy was visible to everyone. It might have been when Mr. Hooper died, which is a very sad day for me. I was a big believer in the children's television workshop is a very small child stoke the imagination. It's still going strong. I'm glad it'll I don't think it'll ever stop couple of dad, right? Isn't Gordon or Bob or Maria or some of them dead. Even remember their names. I try not to think about those the pastimes on Mr.. What is that? What the children's work shelters television workshop. They're the people who put on. Okay. Okay. They've put on you ever watched Mr. Jessop who Mr. dress up. No, what's that? It was like it was I think it was kind of the big competitor for mister Rogers was like an old man who had all these puppets and the little tree house and. No, no, no. I was I was a guy who watched electric company zoom Sesame Street great space coaster, though, that was less educational. Although I believe they did some stuff in Spanish, and then there was a show called via Allegra. And the theme was no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, gray. And they would do they would do a little skit in English. And then and then they do a couple of other skits. And then they do the same skit in Spanish. So as a little kid, it really taught me how to start speaking Spanish shows, none of the Ernie longer. Pour que no. Okay. No, he's very disturbing. Like, I definitely molested kids and then bludgeoned nam and then raped their dead bodies. That's my eyeball. That's what I think looking at. It was big in Canada. I guess where they do that. And and then hot fudge was another show. I don't remember much about it. I just remember it was a tripped out kids show called hot fudge, dude. Forget shows now he just on YouTube, and everybody's gonna sing along. And you're good to go hot. Fudge was shown over here, though. Because I know I watched over my granny's house, and it had a real tripped out muppet looking thing part. Okay. Nineteen seventy four. So I would have been five years old produced in Detroit, John, but aired all over the country, including Chicago,.

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"mr. hooper" Discussed on The Ralph Report

The Ralph Report

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"mr. hooper" Discussed on The Ralph Report

"There's three new rides masters of flight Unity's disco drop and battle of bricks Berg, I love those movies so much so funny. The great family fills to stuffer both adults and kids to enjoy. And seems like these lands are going to be just the same. And of course, Legos had a great relationship with the comic book characters as well. With the massive success of LEGO Batman. Speaking of DC, six flags famously has been their theme park partner for some time. Now are they working on new stuff with DC's? Well, yeah. So every year six legs likes to tout that they have a new attraction opening at every single one of their around the country. And if you that the parks actually will have some DC related rise opening this year. The biggest one is probably going to be a new cyborg dark, right? This is going to go to six flags New England over Massachusetts cyborg, vice guests to star labs to see new technological device. But suddenly cybernetic system called the grid accents the mainframe takes control of the lab and since you on an adventure. So this is gonna be a big DC ride for for that six likes park. And then know the little carnival type rides like at six, Texas. They'll get a joker wild card. It's going to be the tallest and fastest spinning pendulum pendulum ride in the world. So there's all the parks around the country six specifically, there's at least w-. One or two DC play things to do there that all sounds great. But I'm still so jealous of that. Abu Dhabi thing with the Gotham city in the metropolis and all that stuff. Right. I wish we could get some of that caliber, DC wise here six is is a few of the parks, a Justice league attraction, which is pretty on par with some of the great dark rise at dizzying versus does. So be a chance to check out one of those rides. That's that's definitely worth worth it for the kids. I know you mentioned to me before we started chatting that Sesame Street had some news. What's going on with them? Yes. A Sesame Street and SeaWorld have had a long standing relationship for many years now and see rolled Orlando is getting ready to open up this spring their first ever Sesame Street land. This me the very first time that anyone will be able to actually walk writes down Sesame Street. They're building the streets to scale in the park, you're gonna walk through cabbies guarding. You'll get to go by big bird's nest. Visit Mr. Hooper store, and then sit on that famous one-two-three stoop is there still sesame place there in Pennsylvania. Outside philadelphia. I grew up to be sesame place. Yes. Me places still. They're still going strong sesame places actually owned by the SeaWorld, entertainment, and parks. And I know that they've announced that they want to build a second sesame place someplace in the country. We don't know where yet, but that is in the plans how about what's going on with that Harry Potter coaster. I've heard about they are in full construction of a new Harry Potter roller coaster at highlands of insure here in Orlando Florida, and we don't really know much details. Universal likes to keep things on the secret of side until a couple months before they actually opened it up, but it will open up this summer. It's going to be a whole new story based on the Potter films. It looks like rumors suggest it's going to be a motorbike ride. So if you remember from the sex seventh film when they ride those bikes with Hagrid, those are going to be the rollercoaster vehicles. You're gonna go through the forbidden forest and see dangerous left and ride. It looks like it's gonna be a high-tech immersive attraction for universal. I do wanna..

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