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Fresh update on "nathan" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:56 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nathan" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"Nathan Hager futures are moving higher this morning. We're coming up to 5 O one on Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg. S&P futures are up 8 points. Now, future is up 44 NASDAQ futures are higher by 36 points. Ten year treasury is up three 30 seconds, the old 3.73% yield on the two year 4.47%. Nymex screwed is higher by two and a quarter percent or a dollar 75 at $79, 95 cents a barrel, and comex gold is up 7 tenths percent at 1775 90 an ounce. John? And Nathan, we begin with a highly anticipated speech by the fed chair Jay Powell. It takes place right in the middle of today's trading. Let's get a preview from Bloomberg economics correspondent Michael McKee. When the fed chairman speaks, he usually moves markets, probably not this time though. Investors have firmly priced in a half percentage point increase in the fed's target rate, and none of the fed speakers in recent weeks has taken issue with that. What J Powell may want to do is set some guidelines for the new fed guidance on rates, coming December 14th. There's general agreement among policymakers, the ultimate level of the target rate will be higher than their last forecast of 4.6%. Markets now see it at 5%. Powell could offer guidance on whether that's about right. And about how long it would take, the fed to get there. Michael McKee, Bloomberg daybreak. All right, thanks, Mike, and Bloomberg radio and television will bring you live coverage of Powell's speech this afternoon. You can catch that around one 30 p.m. once every time. Well, head of that speech, John, we continue to hear tough talk on interest rates from fed officials. Let's get the latest live with Bloomberg Steve rappaport. Good morning, Steve. Good morning, Nathan and John. St. Louis fed president Jim bullard estimates an interest rate of at least 4.9% would be needed to bring inflation down next year, but former New York fed president and Bloomberg columnist Bill Dudley predicts an even higher rate in the short term. I think once we get to 5 and a quarter 5 and a half, I think they'll relent. And they'll just sit there and wait for that restrictive monetary policy to slow the economy down, generate more slack in the labor market. The fed is expected to announce another rate hike next month. Live in New York, I'm Steve rappaport, Bloomberg, daybreak. All right, thanks, Steve. And let's turn to the economic news out of Asia now. Data show COVID restrictions are continuing to hamper growth for the Chinese economy. Bloomberg daybreak Asia anchor Brian Curtis is more from Hong Kong. Tough COVID restrictions on consumers and businesses weighed on activity. The official PMI fell to 48 this month. That's the lowest reading since April and worse than the estimate of 49 in a Bloomberg survey. The non manufacturing index declined to 46.7 from 48.7 in October. That was also lower than estimated. About a quarter of China's total GDP is said to be affected by COVID lockdowns. Brian Curtis Bloomberg daybreak. Brian, thanks, and we may see China starting to enact a softer stance on COVID restrictions. Stories of people who survived infections are popping up in state run media, something that had not been published previously. Local governments are now vowing to prioritize the public over COVID control, the people's daily, a mouthpiece for the Communist Party is urging citizens to take responsibility for their own health. It's the last trading day of the month in November was a good month for Chinese stocks listed in the U.S.. There were up 30%. If that level holds today, it would be the best month ever. It's also been a good run for global bonds. They added a record $2.8 trillion in market value in November. All right, let's turn to politics now, John Congress is moving fast to prevent a possible strike by rail workers. We get the details from Amy Morris and our Bloomberg 99 one newsroom in Washington. There will be two votes in the house today. The first vote is on a bill to avert the strike by passing the tentative agreement. The second would be an up or down vote on whether to add 7 days of paid sick leave for railroaders. Lawmakers are reluctantly intervening to avoid what would be a devastating blow to the nation's economy if the supply chain of fuel food and other critical goods were disrupted. Once it passes the house, the bill heads to the Senate for consideration. The deadline for an agreement is December 9th. In Washington, I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg daybreak. And thanks, Amy. Also in Washington today, lawmakers are getting a visit from Apple's CEO, Tim Cook. We're told he plans to meet with top Republican lawmakers at Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story. The aim according to Bloomberg sources is to forge ties with GOP leadership ahead of the party's takeover of the house next year. He has scheduled sessions with Republican representative Jim Jordan, Daryl Isa and Kathy McMorris Rogers, Jordan and McMorris Rogers are likely to share top committees overseeing the tech industry when the GOP does take over. The meetings were likely scheduled before the exchange of messages between cook and Elon Musk at Twitter, several conservative Republicans, including Jordan, have been very critical of apple in Jordan has become a Musk supporter. In San Francisco, I met Baxter Bloomberg daybreak. All right, Ed, thank you and the shakeup continues at Disney with bob Iger reinstated as CEO. The company now says changes to its management and strategy could come at a cost. We get that story from Bloomberg stud prisoner. Returning CEO bob Iger recently told staff, he's considering

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Devils beat Senators, stretch winning streak to 12 games

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Devils beat Senators, stretch winning streak to 12 games

"The devil's improved to 15 and three with their 12th consecutive win 5 one over the senators Michael mccloud and you gore Sharon govich each had a goal and an assist for New Jersey which is one away from matching the longest winning streak in team history Eric hala opened the scoring with a power play goal 7 ten into the game The devil's also received goals from jesper bokeh and Nathan Bastian Akira Schmidt stopped 25 shots and blanked out of what until Derek Broussard beat him late in the second period The Devils are the second team to 30 points this season Joining the bruins I'm Dave ferry

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How Laura Osnes & Nathan Johnson Met

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

How Laura Osnes & Nathan Johnson Met

"You two kids meet? When did that happen? How did you meet? So we actually met, we were doing a show back in Minnesota. Nate used to act as well. And we were both understudies for the lead. And the leads collided in that first scene and they went to the hospital. They literally collided, not metaphorically. They literally collided that ideologically. They literally collided and it's like we took a two birds with one collision and we both get jobs out there. Exactly. Yeah. And then we went on. First, they redid that first scene. They stopped. The God Mike came on and said, ladies and gentlemen, we're going to take a half hour break and they tried to find his tooth. And it was you mean during a performance during a performance. Can you say what show this was? Yeah, yeah, yeah, absolutely. We generally don't say because it's Aladdin. And we were the understudies. And we're very Norwegian as you can see. Right. This doesn't usually pass as an understudy for Aladdin. But not necessarily made in agrabah, you know? It was in 2000 5. It was a long time it was a while ago. Wow. So that's how you met. That's how we met. Our first kiss was on stage. And it was a whole new world, you know? There you go. Our first kiss was on stage. So was it a real kiss? I don't know. Well, here's the deal. I was like, hey, how about that kiss? And we started dating a couple days later. So yeah. And I was like, how about that kiss? And she's like, that was business. That was business. It was good on her. She's a professional. Yeah. I'm no longer in the theater. Wow.

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Laura Osnes & Nathan Johnson Share Their Polarizing NY Experience

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Laura Osnes & Nathan Johnson Share Their Polarizing NY Experience

"We're living at a time when those people who are trying to do everything right, you realize you can't. You do everything right and there's still kind of coming after you. And so there are people in the church today who act as though, well, you must have done something wrong. And I was they don't understand that you could do everything right. I mean, I'm speaking because this program was wiped off of YouTube. And I said, you know, what did we say or do? Because I try to be honorable if I did something wrong or whatever. And there are still people in the church who kind of think like, well, if you keep your nose clean, if you're careful, no one was more careful than you. And they decided to kind of come after you. Yeah. That's definitely what it felt like. I think the last couple of years have been more polarizing than ever. And if you think one thing, if someone finds out you think one thing that it automatically means you are this, this, this, this, this and this, and we can no longer be Friends, or you no longer deserve to work or live. Which is so funny because we spent our 15 years in New York. We make space for everybody. We love everybody. I'm fine with disagree with people. In fact, we have lived in disagreement for a long time with certain issues and we're like, you know what? You still deserve a voice. You still deserve a place in our life. And actually, some of those conversations, let's go back and forth. Let's battle it out a little bit. That's how we come to the best ideas sometimes. And it was just so quick, I think the cancellation was just so swift and we found ourselves literally overnight going, what just happened? My history there, my 15 years, my reputation there, like meant nothing. And I'm like, do you know me? And to be honest, a lot, like a lot of it was like random fans who didn't know me. Like theater fans that just completely turned. And then there were legitimate Friends of mine, acquaintances, costars, that publicly posted horrible things about me.

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Broadway Star Laura Osnes and Eric Discuss How She Was 'Cancelled'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Broadway Star Laura Osnes and Eric Discuss How She Was 'Cancelled'

"I want to remind people if they're just tuning in, you won you got Tony nominations. You were the star of many Broadway big hits, big deal stuff. You were you appeared on the Kennedy Center Honors on CBS. I believe you were an episode of kojak, am I getting that right? Just kidding. That's a little bit before you got this might be before your time. Before your title. Can you play the heavy in an episode in 1976 and one of those kojak? I'm so surprised you remember. Thank you for that. It's amazing. It was a small part, but it was beautiful. No, but so the point is that you, so you're telling us the story of what happened a year ago that you're invited to guildhall, which I know well in east Hampton. And they find out or they ask you, oh, you have to be vaccinated. And you said, well, I'm not vaccinated. So I'm not going to do it. Page 6 of the New York Post, not a fan of page 6, folks. It's like a sloppy tabloidy garbage. Thank you, Rupert Murdoch. Thank you. Thank you really. Thank you. And they stir the pot and they tell all these stories. And it's not true. And suddenly you're dealing with this media firestorm. That's it. That just spread like wildfire. And I immediately lost four other jobs that I had been associated to that were upcoming. And the vaccination status is one thing. But what actually happened is I feel like these jobs were lost because no one could no longer associate with me because of this choice. And New York is very one sided. The theater industry, especially, is very one sided. And if you don't pair it a certain narrative, there are super tolerant until you maybe think a different way about the world. And then you're the enemy.

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"nathan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"nathan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Would happen? What began this canceling of Laura osnes and Nathan Johnson? Yeah, it kind of happened overnight. I was, as you said, very blessed to have several years of success in New York City. And I do not take that for granted. I loved every second of it. My Broadway dream came true. And I got to live that dream for several years. And I'm really grateful. But all of it kind of flipped overnight. I had agreed to do this was last summer 2021. I had agreed to do a one night concert. A benefit concert as a favor for a friend. And all of a sudden, the venue for the concert, this is on Long Island, was mandating the COVID vaccine. And reached out to me. It's hard to process this or at least it's hard. It's hard for me not to interrupt my guess when they say something like that because I live in New York and the madness, we never have to stop talking about this. The lunacy. I mean, it's just, it's extreme. I've written about different periods in history, and I never dreamt that in the United States. I would bump up against this kind of stuff. And during this COVID stuff, I've never seen such, you know, what do you call it? Stupidity, just like tremendous stupidity, you know, and you just think, this makes no sense. And we all have to kind of comply or we were bullied into complying or we had to push back or whatever. So it's kind of an amazing thing that they're telling you, yeah. If you want to perform here, you got all these accolades, but you need to get that shot. And that's another subject, but you're telling me that this was in the middle of 2021. Yes, this was summer of 2021. This was actually before a lot of the public mandates came about and probably September. You know what I mean? Things started to mandate around then, and to be honest, the theater industry still mandates, equity, the actors equity union, still requires all actors on the stage to be triple X or quadruple vax, even though the audience doesn't have to be. I don't know if you know this, but Fran Drescher just came out. Wonderful wonderful video saying like, you know, I'm vaccinated, but she was disgusted by what we're talking about. This idea that everyone in the industry you want to work, you know, you've worked your whole life to get to this point, but now you need to get this experimental injection. Hey, maybe it'll kill you, but at least you'll have a job

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The 'Cancelling' of Laura Osnes and Nathan Johnson

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:41 min | 3 weeks ago

The 'Cancelling' of Laura Osnes and Nathan Johnson

"Would happen? What began this canceling of Laura osnes and Nathan Johnson? Yeah, it kind of happened overnight. I was, as you said, very blessed to have several years of success in New York City. And I do not take that for granted. I loved every second of it. My Broadway dream came true. And I got to live that dream for several years. And I'm really grateful. But all of it kind of flipped overnight. I had agreed to do this was last summer 2021. I had agreed to do a one night concert. A benefit concert as a favor for a friend. And all of a sudden, the venue for the concert, this is on Long Island, was mandating the COVID vaccine. And reached out to me. It's hard to process this or at least it's hard. It's hard for me not to interrupt my guess when they say something like that because I live in New York and the madness, we never have to stop talking about this. The lunacy. I mean, it's just, it's extreme. I've written about different periods in history, and I never dreamt that in the United States. I would bump up against this kind of stuff. And during this COVID stuff, I've never seen such, you know, what do you call it? Stupidity, just like tremendous stupidity, you know, and you just think, this makes no sense. And we all have to kind of comply or we were bullied into complying or we had to push back or whatever. So it's kind of an amazing thing that they're telling you, yeah. If you want to perform here, you got all these accolades, but you need to get that shot. And that's another subject, but you're telling me that this was in the middle of 2021. Yes, this was summer of 2021. This was actually before a lot of the public mandates came about and probably September. You know what I mean? Things started to mandate around then, and to be honest, the theater industry still mandates, equity, the actors equity union, still requires all actors on the stage to be triple X or quadruple vax, even though the audience doesn't have to be. I don't know if you know this, but Fran Drescher just came out. Wonderful wonderful video saying like, you know, I'm vaccinated, but she was disgusted by what we're talking about. This idea that everyone in the industry you want to work, you know, you've worked your whole life to get to this point, but now you need to get this experimental injection. Hey, maybe it'll kill you, but at least you'll have a job

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Why Can't We Count Ballots on Election Day?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Can't We Count Ballots on Election Day?

"Nathan from Tennessee, Charlie, I'm really worried that it's going to take a while for us to count all the ballots, what are your thoughts on that? Doesn't it open the window for cheating? Yes, it does play cut 97. In Pennsylvania, counties are only able to start processing at 7 a.m. on election day. 98 to 99% of the votes will be counted by Friday of election week. That means in some cases we won't know the winner of the election. For a few days until after a few days after the election, it takes time to count all legitimate ballots. It doesn't mean there's anything nefarious that's happening with the election system. Is somebody has got to answer the question or ask the question, why is it in 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2016, and largely 2018, we were able to get election results instantaneously. Why is it that ten years ago we all remember our 6 years ago when Donald Trump was elected president of the United States, why is it that we were able to have election results right there? Or a hundred years ago? And now all of a sudden they have to take more time. Why can nobody answer that question? You got to outvote the fraud. It's that simple. We have to rise up in record numbers every single person hearing my voice. You need to vote and get 5 others to do the same. You do that, the republic is going to be safe. The math is very simple. We have a massive audience, praise God, millions of listeners, cumulative throughout the week. Your podcasting radio all that, if every one of you multiply your impact by four or 5, it's at the republic is saved. The Democrat parties on the ropes and we are on the verge of annihilation event at the Democrat party. However, if we stay at home and we sit on our hands, they have a chance to sneak away and it won't be that good will be a little red ripple, which is a little red ripple. So it's a big concern. I share that concern and but the only way to do that is show up in person and shock the world.

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Avalanche top Blue Jackets 5-1 to sweep Finland series

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Avalanche top Blue Jackets 5-1 to sweep Finland series

"The avalanche earned a 5 to one win over the blue jackets to sweep their two game series in Finland Finnish born arturi lechon and scored 33 seconds into the game Nathan McKinnon set up the goal and finished with three assists giving him 7 in the two game set Morgan count broke one to one tie 82 seconds into the second period Logan O'Connor and devonta has made it four to one by scoring 38 seconds apart in the middle period Alex newhook also scored in kale mccart collected three assists Boone Jenner accounted for the Columbus scoring with a first period goal I'm Jane ferry

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Rantanen's hat trick leads Avs past Blue Jackets in Finland

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Rantanen's hat trick leads Avs past Blue Jackets in Finland

"Mico ranton hat trick was the difference as the avalanche knocked off the blue jacket 6 to three in Finland Colorado wasted a three to nothing lead for the second straight game before Vance and input the abs ahead in the third period with his second goal He completed his hat trick with an empty netter in his home country Two points obviously the biggest thing and got some good passes today from the guys and was able to score a few goals so obviously happy with that Rant and then also had an assist Nathan McKenna set up four goals and kale mccart added a goal and an assist Finland native Patrick line a had a goal and this is for Columbus I'm Jane ferry

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What Does Charlie Make of the Herschel Walker Controversy?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | Last month

What Does Charlie Make of the Herschel Walker Controversy?

"Nathan from Georgia is Charlie I love the show. I look to you for clarity, moral clarity, especially on political issues. I'm a little torn. It seems like the Herschel Walker campaign against him is working as a Christian. I don't know how I feel about all of it. I'll probably end up voting for Herschel Walker. Can you help me understand? Yes, okay. So first of all, we had Newt Gingrich on the program about this topic. And there's a couple dimensions to this story that I want to unpack. The first of which is let's kind of go to what we know. There was an allegation this week of which the evidence is very shaky. That says that Herschel Walker paid for an abortion for an individual I think about a decade ago. The evidence they have allegedly is the woman has receipts that she did actually get an abortion and then afterwards Herschel Walker sent a get well card allegedly with cash in the get well card. If I'm clumsy on the facts, please correct me. That's the best that I understand that. And so that's very weak evidence, by the way. And Herschel Walker vehemently denies it. And it's a serious allegation. I'm not going to say it's not serious. We're pro life. I think that if someone pays for an abortion, it should be taken lightly in any way whatsoever, but he denies the allegation and they need a lot more credibility than that. And okay, it's a Daily Beast dot com, Herschel Walker paid for girlfriend's abortion, Georgia Senate. The Daily Beast broke the story. Okay. It's a serious allegation, but he completely denies it. Okay. And so as if we learned nothing from Russia gate and Brett Kavanaugh and all these different sorts of things that we shouldn't first look at the facts and the circumstances and also the all out smear campaign. And if Herschel Walker did this very serious thing, if he did, is there any room for redemption or forgiveness or for clarifying? No, of course not. So that's one part of the story. And the story would have basically evaporated or disappeared from that kind of serious allegation almost overnight and leave it to the Democrats to go and find this woman who asked not to be identified at a privacy concerns, and that she and walker conceived a child while they were dating in 2009, he urged her to get an abortion, the woman the one said she had the abortion and that she was reimbursed for it via Herschel Walker. She supported these claims of the $575 receipt. And it get well card from walker and a bank deposit receipt that included an image of assigned $700 personal check from walker.

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Parenting Autistic Children  David Grant MBE - burst 2

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30:43 min | 2 months ago

Parenting Autistic Children David Grant MBE - burst 2

"This episode will be doing things a little bit differently, though, as I'll be interviewing my husband, yes, fellow broadcast a vocal coach and leadership coach and campaigner David grant. As we talk about our own experiences of raising four neurodivergent children, welcome to the show David. Wow, nice to be here, Gary. So for those people that don't know about our family, could you just give us a rundown of our kids? Okay, we have four children our eldest olive is an actor. Our and olive is 27. Next in line is Thailand, who is 20 and also an actor. Next in line is Arlo, who is 16 and at school. And next is in line is Nathan, who is 12. And supposed to be at school, but currently not in school. Yes, okay, so you just had a little bit of a hint towards their not in school. That's been a familiar experience for us with three out of the four children. Because you've named all of their ages in their names and stuff. But what about their diagnoses? Just run me by some of the diagnosis that our children have got. Okay, I will, but because this is like a pick and mix at which point I'm bound to forget some. Would you jump in if I forget any? Yes. Because you know them as well as I do. Olive, has a disparity. And ADHD, Thailand is on the autism spectrum. And Arlo, third is on the autism spectrum. And Nathan. Now I got a minute rewind rewind back up back up. Arlo is autistic and has ADHD. Of course, yes, I forgot all of it as a whole a whole suit of what coterie. Yeah, these disabilities, they're traveling gangs, don't they? And has ADHD. Nathan a 12 year old has ADHD DMDD. Probably dyslexia. Even though they're still working on a diagnosis, and yeah, we have, you know, at some point, if anybody does disability bingo, we jump up and say house. Yeah, well, it's interesting you say disability because I don't really think of them as being disabilities. I think of them as being just different. I don't think of them as there are any disabilities in the light of the fact that the world is so unaccepting. That's very true. I think that one of the things with an invisible disability so it's called is that, you know, if we what we have done in our family is to recognize that the reason why it's called a disability is because some people find it more challenging to do things that neurotypical people take for granted. On the other hand, without children, it's also proven to be a different ability, because so many of them are able in ways in so many ways that they might not otherwise be able. You know, the gifted in ways that they might otherwise not be gifted. They're different and see the world in ways that absolutely challenge a neurotypical vision of the world. Yeah, and that's what we love about them. So tell me what it was like when all of these diagnoses that you've just mentioned there started to pop up. How did that come about and what were your feelings? Well, it's interesting. I've spoken to so many parents because we run parent groups. And I spoke to so many parents about the initial diagnosis and the reactions have been very, very many in varied, you know, for some people, it's a bit of a shock for some people it's almost like a disappointment for others. It's a surprise for others. It's an explanation. And I would say for us, well, certainly for me, it was in part an explanation. And also, in part, a sort of a wake-up call that said to me, this journey isn't going to be anything that you might have imagined. It is going to be. We don't know what it's going to be, but what we do know is that it's going to, it's going to plow its own field and chart its own course when we first got the diagnosis of our second and third Thailand and Arlo, the ones who are now 2016, which we got the autism diagnosis on the same day. Tai was 7. Aloe was three. What was that like for you? I have to be honest. And there was absolutely no sort of like heightened emotion connected to it, concern or disappointment or what was there was, okay, I need to now discover what this means. What this means for them, what this means for us and how it makes things different. Is it going to make things different if it does? How is it going to make things different? Because it didn't change them in any way. They got in the car. You got given the diagnosis and then they just got in the car and they were still Tyler and Arlo, weren't they? They had to change. But with that bit of paper yeah, it didn't change them one dot. One shot. One bit. But what it did change was my awareness of who they were. What it did change is my awareness that they may see the world a different way. And I didn't know what that was going to be, because there are only 7 and three, but what I did know was that the carnage journey that you can prescribe and chart out and say that the raising of a child is likely to fall within these parameters. There may be anywhere from track a to track B but the train is going to run along these tracks in some way. That went completely out of the way. I didn't realize at the time just how far out of the window it was going to go. But I did think, okay, this changes things. And one of the, I mean, some people might call it exciting with the benefit of hindsight, but at the time slightly sort of slightly nerve wracking things was having no idea of what it meant was going to change as they grew and as they developed. And as they began to inhabit the fullness of their personhood and understand the fullness of their identities, what was going to change. Well, we didn't know. And I think that, you know, there's a saying that everyone to see person probably knows, which is even if you've met one autistic person, you've met one autistic person. And even with just having two children on the spectrum in the family, the presentation is so entirely different. Yeah, they are. If somebody said to me, when we got the diagnosis, this is what autism looked like. And used one of them as in illustration. It would have completely excluded the other. Because the other one wouldn't have got a diagnosis based on that. It's very, very good point. So you've talked about what it was like to kind of grow in your knowledge of them and who they might become and to understand them a little. But what about parenting? Have you changed as a parent? This was 2009 if I remember. So we've had a good few years since. Have you changed as a parent? As a parent, I am unrecognizable from the parent I was in 2009. Now let's be really honest about this. Anybody who has raised a child will say, well, yes, of course, the parent you are to a 16 year old and the same parent you are to three year old. So there's the natural evolution of your relationship that happens as your child grows and matures. But there's also, I think that certainly for me having children on the spectrum, it meant that I needed to really abandon everything I thought I knew about parenting. It meant that I had to discover and develop a bespoke style of parenting that fitted specifically the child that was in front of me rather than having a general sort of one size fits all approach because it absolutely didn't fit. And really, it's not to my credit that I think that I was quite resistant to that because of the way they don't fit the one size fits all. Then it's obviously because I'm not implementing the one size fits all with enough figure. So I need to I need to just retrain and double down on the one size fits all and it will work and the fact is it was never going to work. And it kind of I would say out of the two of us, I was you were the hair when it came to realizing that we needed to adapt and adopt a new parenting style and we need it to be fluid and I was very much the tortoise. There was a kind of rigidity of no this is how you do it. And you know, I think that with regard to parenting, having children on the autism spectrum has taught me and continues to teach me is teaching me to be a parent, I would otherwise never have been. And I think that had I never have been, I would have missed a lot. There's a lot of their growing up that I got by constantly having to reassess and reappraise and recognize who they are now. You know, not living on who they were last year or last week, even. You know, who are they now? Who are they today? And who do they need me to be today? Yeah. So you talked about the fact that it took you a little bit longer to describe yourself as the tortoise. So how was that then? Well, I made the tool to seem like St. Louis Hamilton. We got the diagnosis in 2009. Up until about 2012, I thought there's something wrong with these kids because they're really not getting my style of parenting. About 2012, I began to realize there was something wrong with me because I wasn't being the parent they needed me to be. And then I was all at sea. I think I took a little while to actually work out. If I've got autistic kids, I need to learn, it's not me teaching them and then learning how to be. It's actually me learning and I think that I think that when I kind of was humble enough to recognize that I didn't actually know, you know, sometimes you don't know what you don't know. But when you've got autistic children and they need you to be a parent, you have to learn what you don't know. You have to realize what you don't know and it is certainly in my case. I think I learned a lot from watching you, but I also learned a lot from realizing that I couldn't be you and I couldn't just be you the deeper voice that I actually had to change me. I couldn't just ape behavior that I saw it with someone else. I had to change the way my outlook and gosh, I would say that you're saying how long did it take to be? Well, the diagnosis arrived 13 years ago. And I consider myself still to be under construction, and a work in progress, because the dads that I was 5 years ago that they needed me to be 5 years ago isn't the dad they need me to be now. Because they've changed. Yeah. You talked a little bit there about you said this lovely phrase bespoke parenting. So just give me some examples of what you have bespoke. Bespoken. Okay, it's interesting because with, I was 16 year old, there was a rigidity of actions that isn't always, so it wasn't just a rigidity of thinking. So with Arlo, we have certain things. I am my face is a stress toy. I actually, I mean, I know I look like this, but you know, I think I would look about maybe 15 years younger, if not for all. All that has to excuse my face. And they always squeeze my face and there are certain things that we do. There are certain actions that we do. There are certain little dances we do. There are certain words that we say. I don't even understand your communication. I mean, you two are like a whole, you're like a double act. I know. It's all part of my being father to Arlo, is that we have loads of unspoken communication. That revolve around movement and actions and dances and laughing at the same thing that other people don't understand what's going on. I've had to learn that I've had to enter into our lives world and learn how that world works. On a practical thing, although loves to have drives, they want to have a drive once a day. It's part of a de stressor towards the end of the day. Some people read or watch TV or they're too young to have a drink, they go on a drive. They sit in the car and listening to music and we drive and 40 minutes later, half an hour, 40 minutes later, we arrive back home and they're in a different head space to the one they were when we left. And that's an important thing. So whatever the schedule will have my day. If I'm at home or if I'm coming home, I know I need to be out for that drive for Allah because that's an important part of parenting are there. And it's an interesting thing that to me, it's not even I don't even think of it as a chore or a stress. It's just part of being a dad. It's part of being their dad. Yeah. Because I actually think that, you know, speaking of bespoke parenting, I could quite probably be a rubbish dad to every other child in the world, but I've learned how to be the dad that the children I have need. Yeah. And that is bespoke. It is also humor. You have loads of humor, I would say, with Arlo. Yeah, yeah, we are a lot. Mostly at me, but often at all because Arlo is really funny at all that has learned to laugh at themselves in a way that they couldn't when they were younger. You know, in the early teens, they could not laugh at themselves because I think they felt such a level of low self worth and such a lack of confidence that to laugh with them at themselves would have been perceived to be laughing at them. And one of the ways that I can see that their confidence is growing and their belief that they have a place in the world is growing. Is for how much they laugh at themselves, how much of their humor is directed inwards. Yeah. I agree with you on that. Okay, so that's Arlo, who's our 16 year old. What about Tyler and katana is very different? What have you had to change very different? In your parenting of time and what's changed there for them? I think in my parenting style and what's changed is to listen to time. It's to really listen is to not be so ready to give advice, not be so ready to give an answer because even sometimes when ty says. I need to know what to do. I know that what will happen is that I'll be giving answers. And they'll be saying no, those aren't the answers. That's really bad advice. What I should be doing is this. So it's almost like they're using me as a sounding board. A classic example is when we run our way up to Holly oaks for their final audition. Time is one of the members of the cast of Holly oaks down. And it was their final audition and they were absolutely wrapped with nerves. And we're driving along the M1. And they're almost crying with us. And I thought this isn't good for them. It's really isn't good. And I said, you know what? I want you to know you don't have to do this. We can turn the car around and we can go back, and they said, so that's the worst thing you could have said. You can't say that. This is what you're supposed to say. I told you what they wanted to hear. And you know, it's a completely different kind of relationship to all that. And how we connect and how we relate is to share time together. Yes. And that's the wonderful thing we're tie. I mean, tiles say there's a box set that I've been watching and I really want you to watch it. So I'll sit and watch. And you know, maybe in the course of an hour, we'll say three or four sentences, but time. That's together time. That's valuable time. That's been our time. And you know, it'll be, I'll get a text with have a listen to this music or I'll send them some music. And tire listens and goes, yeah, I like this. I really like this. And then he'll put that on his playlist and that'll be and that will be a connection to the communication because what tie really loves. One of the things that I love is that feeling of being part of my heritage and my dad played this for me or my dad told me about this. And then what ty does then is to do the same for me. So I know you're like this. Have you heard of such and such? And it'll be somebody that I liked when I was 20 years old or something. And then we'll connect on that level, but it's a very, very different communication to our lows, but it's just as deep and it's just as valid, but it's entirely different. And if I was to switch and relate to time, like I do to other and relate to other, like I do to tie it, I would be completely disconnected from a couple of meltdowns going on there for sure. Yes. So you and I have run a parent support group. It has over a 180 parents, families, and we work with the families and with the children. That's been running for very long while. And over lockdown, you have run your weekly meeting online every single week for those parents. And I've been absolutely amazed and marvel at you and your consistency and the way that you love those parents is just wonderful. I love them too, by the way. But I love watching you talk to it to them. If there's parents of autistic children listening today or families of autistic children. What advice would you have? You know those parents when they join our group. What do they most need to hear? I think what most autistic superior will most parents of autistic children that join our group and need to hear is that they're not alone on this journey. I don't think that most people need parenting advice. Occasionally people will ask, look, this is a situation how would you approach this situation and ask the group? But generally, I mean, we're talking about super parents, parents who sacrifice everything and are willing to sacrifice everything. And by that, I'm not talking about money or material I'm talking about themselves. They're hopes aspirations, dreams, whatever they expected for themselves later on in life is just like that all of that gets put into a margin. That gets parked and everything is focused on the needs of their children. So what they need to hear generally is you're not alone on this journey. We've all walked this journey and so when you say something that to somebody else who isn't on this journey may sound outrageous about how you feel about what you're going through about how challenging or difficult or impossible you feel, how inadequate you feel to the task, it's fine to say it here because we've all felt it and we've all expressed it. And the other thing is having a space in your life where you can describe without having to explain, I think that so much energy is spent and wasted and exhausted by people feeling as though they have to explain their children. They have to explain their situation. They stand with a teacher. People say, wow, your child's your child's not that at all. Your child's like this. And they go, well, no, you don't know the whole picture. There is a different person at home to the one in school or the one not in school because they refuse to go into school. Or the one not sleeping because they're refused to go to bed or whatever. Just having a space where you can describe, but you don't have to explain because everybody else who is listening to you gets it. So is your advice that people link up with other parents? I think it's really important to do that. I think it's so important to do that because I think that in Albert Einstein said, if you measure the fish by how well it climbed a tree, you would think it was stupid. And quite often, all we get in terms of a metric for our own children is the yardstick of a kind of neurotypical world. And if the neurotypical world is the tree, our children may be the fastest swimmer in the ocean, but they're not going to climb the tree. So yes, I think it's really important to link up with other parents who are walking the same walk. Others who are in the same situation others who will be able to listen to you and not just sympathize and not just empathize but experientially understand. Yeah. No, I know for many of our families that we support theirs. There's quite a high percentage of their children and young people and we see this in the adults as well autistic adults might be struggling with their mental health, what have you learned about coming alongside our children in their mental health crises? Wow. I think I've learned more than anything that there's no quick fix. There are no easy answers and presents is everything. And that there's no guarantee that if you do a and B, you're going to get C that two and two are going to act a four. But what I do know is this that our children, even when they, we sometimes become The Rock against which they bash. And we feel bashed, but we're the only rocks they've got. And so the thing that I think is how important it is to be there and to listen and when possible to talk them down and when necessary to talk them up and also more than anything to also come alongside others so that we guard our own mental health. Because it's impossible to carry somebody if you're limping. You know, it's really so much harder. And yeah, our children's mental health is such a big deal. It's such a big deal. And it can turn on a sixpence. Everything can be going well. And then one thing, real or imagined, one thing can completely trans the picture. And so I think that most parents I know with autistic children live as such are a level of hyper vigilance that, if anything, yeah, do what you do and be there the way that you're there. But please remember your own mental health, remember your own need for support, remember your own need to be heard. Yeah, and to find voice. Just moving on to, I guess that thing of school and the workplace, how well or not well, our things set up for allowing our neurodivergent people to thrive. Wow. That's really interesting. It's an interesting question because the question in itself is it presupposes that any advanced society would recognize that there is more than one way of seeing the world and there is more than one way of thinking and therefore. An advanced society like ours would set things up that everybody, whatever that, not just the well-being of whether the neurological situation would be able to say, yeah, there's a space for me. There's a place for me. There's an opening for me. There's an acceptance of me. People are making the allowances I need made so that I can thrive, not just so that I can fit in and limp along, but so that I can thrive. But that doesn't really exist in any way like the number that it should. The number of employers who I think employers should be made to have a number of people who are on the autism spectrum, a number of people who have just had a neurodivergent. I think it's really important we get away from this cookie cutter one size fits all everyone has to look the same and replicate one another's strengths in order to fit in. And yeah, I suppose my answer so far suggests that I don't think that nearly enough is done. I don't think the nearly enough is being done. There's so much talent and there's so much ability there's so much intuition and knowledge and just being wasted being sidelined being overlooked being ignored. And if it wasn't overlooked, how much richer we'd be, the companies that actively seek out people on the spectrum because they have an attention to detail perhaps that others don't have or they have a skill set that I was specially interested, which means that they know their stuff almost as much as a PhD student would know just because they're taught themselves that kind of auto didactic skills that so many autistic people have, if only there was a recognition that these aren't just skills that come from a hobby. These are skills that become so deeply engraved. So knowledge based and so worthwhile that their valuable if we could find and be made to find ways to fully utilize the gifts and the talents that we have from people on the autism spectrum, the world would be a much richer place because so many of the things that enrich the modern world were devised or created developed or initiated by people on the autism spectrum. Yeah, which is exactly what all too kind of trying to do. That's absolutely you've just given their remit basically their davids. And we know that for Thailand, their workplace at hollyoaks has they've made all those kinds of adjustments four Thailand. So there is some good practice happening out there, isn't there, but there is. But probably not enough. And I do want to also about people even disclosing that they are artistic before they can even get to the needs that I might have. It is this sense of disclosure. How do we change perceptions out there, David? Gosh, I think that we change perceptions by I think drawing a line that delineates between our understanding of terminology and understanding that the term different and the term normal shouldn't actually be the opposite of one another. That your normal isn't my normal. And the your differences could complement my differences. The fact is that we've created an environment where two often people who are different in any way feel as though they have to underplay or deny their differences and create some kind of fake fake normal that fits with other people. And I don't think that that I don't think that that's right and I don't think it helps. But I can understand why. You know, somebody walked into a typical edition and started by saying, I'm autistic. They don't know they don't know the reaction they're going to get. They don't know whether the person sitting opposite is going to get, you know, yeah, fine. You almost want to go in and say, could you just tell me what you think is autistic looks like? Hear what they say and then

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AP source: MacKinnon signs 8-year deal, highest paid in NHL

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

AP source: MacKinnon signs 8-year deal, highest paid in NHL

"Nathan McKinnon's next athletic move is finding additional room in his wallet The avalanche Tuesday announced their 27 year old star center has agreed to an 8 year contract extension that will keep him with the team through the 2030 31 season According to multiple sources the deal will total $100.8 million making him the highest paid player in the National Hockey League The team leader in points per game McKinnon helped the abs to their first Stanley Cup title in 21 years last season Bruce Morton Denver

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We've Ceased to Inspire Young People About American Liberty

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 3 months ago

We've Ceased to Inspire Young People About American Liberty

"Folks I am talking to Rick green founder of patriot academy patriot academy dot com. I hope you'll go there. I hope you'll become a constitution coach. Americans need to wake up. And Rick of what gets me choked up is when I wrote my book if you can keep it, I revisited some of the stories of some of these patriots who gave their lives and Nathan Hale as the one that chokes me up. There was for two centuries Americans knew that this 21 year old man died for liberty died for his country. We would celebrate him and know who he was. And we would memorize the poem Paul Revere's ride by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. And we would remind ourselves over and over in the culture of the nobility of this idea of liberty and how we have to stand against tyranny and how we have to face death and some people have to die. And that's what makes us who we are as Americans is what makes us willing to live out our faith to live out to pay the price of liberty, many of us have given our lives over the decades and the centuries. And we used to teach that in the culture. We used to teach that in the public schools and all the schools. And by the way, folks, these things are true. But we've ceased to do that. We've ceased to inspire young people, especially about look how beautiful this is, that this person valued doing the right thing more than anything. And that's why we got to have this country that we have today. So it's an amazing thing and I think teaching that history, which is a big part of what David Barton has done at wall builders and you're involved with it every day. That is part of the key is getting people excited about our history. No doubt, man. And by not doing it by not honoring it. I mean, we dishonor them by not living out that freedom. Lincoln said it best when the Gettysburg address. How do you honor it? You have an increased devotion, he said, to the cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion. So if we're not out there engaged in this, if we're not spending at least a little bit of our live fortune and sacred honor to preserve freedom, and that's all we ask people to do. Say, listen, give a little bit of your life. Two hours a week. Do you pick one night a week, do a constitution class, get your Friends together, your fortune donate to good candidates donate to good causes and sacred honor, be willing to stand up and be honorable and speak truth, even if you get canceled out there.

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Suspect killed after trying to breach FBI field office

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Suspect killed after trying to breach FBI field office

"An armed man is dead after a standoff in Ohio I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Ohio State patrol spokesman lieutenant Nathan Dennis says an armed man who tried to breach the FBI's Cincinnati office was shot and killed by police after he fled the scene leading to an hour's long standoff The suspect then raised the firearm toward it all enforcement and that's when shots were fired at the suspect The suspect has been identified as 42 year old Ricky schiffer who may have had ties to far right extremist groups including the Proud Boys schiffer is believed to have been in Washington in

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Jarren Duran's HR, 3 RBIs power Red Sox past Astros 3-2

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Jarren Duran's HR, 3 RBIs power Red Sox past Astros 3-2

"Nathan of Aldi allowed two unearned runs over 6 and one third innings as the Boston Red Sox beat the Houston Astros three to two Of Aldi surrendered four hits in earning his 5th win of the season and he struck out 6 I feel like as a starter you can go out there and kind of set the tone for the team and I felt like I was able to do that I felt like dashboards came out swinging and I was able to kind of keep them off balance and the defense was able to pick me up on the plays Jaron Duran collected two hits including a home run and drove in all three of Boston's runs Luis Garcia tossed 7 innings for the Astros but was tagged with the loss Adam spole in Houston

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We're Still Waiting on That Nathan MacKinnon Extension

Schlereth and Evans

01:16 min | 5 months ago

We're Still Waiting on That Nathan MacKinnon Extension

"We are kind of living in the afterglow if you will of the Stanley Cup for the Colorado avalanche and Joe sakic sort of retooling a couple things still waiting on the Nathan McKinnon extension, assuming it's just a matter of time right here if they're working on a Mark. Yeah, I would imagine. I mean, there's a lot of work to be done. That one's going to get done. Those ones just take time, right? They time and a little bit of a little bit of caressing. You know, they've got to make sure you do it the right way. But McKenna is going to get one of them contracts like the Joker got. You know, like the big time Superman supermax. Supermax. You get a soup. You ever get a super max contract? I never quite did. So close a few times to just slip through my hands there. Yeah, I mean, Nathan McKinnon. The opposite is super max. That's what I got. So you never got one either. No, no, no, no, I never. I never was in a position to negotiate. Mine was my whole life has been organized begging. I go, can I have more money and they say no. Okay. Thank you. No, but seriously, can I have more? No, okay. I think they're going to say yes to Nathan McKinney. They are. Just a matter of time before we before we get that

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Kobayashi Hot Dog Eating-Kobayashi Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Kobayashi Hot Dog Eating-Kobayashi Intro and Wrap

"Competitive eater to Kara Kobayashi says he may never return to the Nathan's 4th of July hot dog eating contest Joey chestnut has made a career out of competitive eating Something I love doing and 4th of July But for many years chestnut had competition It's been more than a decade since takehiro Kobayashi took the stage on the 4th of July for the Nathan's hot dog eating contest He's explaining why He says they created a contract So when they created that contract it was not a contract and I could not sign It just wasn't So since I can't sign it since I won't sign it they won't let me on the stage Kobayashi is opening up about his rift with major league eating in a new documentary He is not about eating hot dogs or burgers It's about winning He says he can ignore the smell and taste A skill that came in handy during a cow brain eating competition I'm Ed Donahue

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Avalanche dethrone Lightning to win Stanley Cup for 3rd time

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Avalanche dethrone Lightning to win Stanley Cup for 3rd time

"Nathan McKinnon nets one and assists in the game winner as the Colorado avalanche defeat the Tampa Bay lightning two one to win their first Stanley Cup championship since 2001 Kale mccart was awarded the Khan smythe trophy for the most valuable player of the playoffs Throughout this whole whole game environmentality was just when that period and when the next one get the next shift and so on and we're never looking too far ahead to the outcome and we definitely we definitely feel like we earned that one for sure Lightning captain Steven stamkos broke the ice early but that was the last Tampa Bay would score McKinnon found a crack at Andre vasilevsky's right side to tie the game at one 54 the second then fed arturi lechon who would give Colorado the lead midway through the game and Darcy Kemper stopped 22 shots to earn the series clinching win Walter marsicano

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:27 p.m. EDT

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 5 months ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:27 p.m. EDT

"AP sports time gethin cool bar the three Pete was denied as the Colorado avalanche are Stanley Cup champions for the first time in 21 years After a two one win over two time defending champion Tampa Bay in game 6 Nathan McKinnon scored the tying goal one minute and 54 seconds into the second period before arturi lechon and netted the game winner midway through the second As defenseman kale mccart took home the Khan smythe trophy as the playoff MVP Overall this team is just a bunch of fighters and our model throughout the year was just Pascal so we never wanted to go away and that was kind of what we stuck with and I think it showed tonight Major League Baseball the American League leading Yankees bounced back from being no hit with a walk off 6 three win over the Astros correspondent Tom Miriam has more Aaron judge hit a three run Homer on Seth Martinez in the bottom of the tenth to win a game that looked like another Astros win for much of it Judge also won the first game of the series with a 9th inning single on Thursday Kind of remind me of some postseason games Big clutch hitting Other AL winners the Red Sox twins rays angels White Sox and athletics In the national league the Marlins walked off the Met three to two on Nick fortes solo Homer with two outs in the 9th Which was awesome I did not want to get swept against those guys Other NL winners the Dodgers brewers Phillies Diamondbacks cubs nationals and reds Ole miss has won the college World Series after scoring three times in the 8th to complete a sweep of Oklahoma with a four two victory Brandon Johnson struck out all three batters he faced in the 9th to close out the rebels first national title It was a dream come true Ever since you're a little kid you dream of being on the mound in those situations And then when it happened you just like go of yourself because you realize that you did do it And engulfed Xander schauffele ended a three year winless drought on the PGA Tour after coming from one shot back on the final hold to post a two stroke victory at the travelers championship Guess and cool bot AP sports

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"nathan" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

Therapy for Black Girls

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

"So you know the thing that we the thing that we have to get back to Nathan. The thing that we have not seen, though, is any real conversation about what his treatment has looked like. So he told Ethan, I don't remember what the time frame was of how long before he told isa he had gotten that diagnosis. But we don't know anything about like, is he working with the therapist? Is he on medication? And we also, at least at this point, I think can kind of be certain or at least a good guess that Issa may be the only one and maybe Andrew who we really haven't seen or have not seen at all this season are the only ones who know about this diagnosis. And so, you know, we hear Nathan say like I want people to see me for who I am now, not who I was then. But he actually hasn't told his cousin in his wife about what is happening, right? And so he hasn't informed them. And I think that's because he doesn't see them the way they are now. What do you mean? Ironically enough. They kicked you out of the house. And you won't be vulnerable enough to be like, hey, this is what was going on at that time. I don't know that he feels like they fostered a sense that a space that allows him to be vulnerable either. Yeah. So I guess I'm just like, well, you want them to see you differently, but you know, there's really been no new influent. I mean, isa didn't even know that these people lived here. And they visited. So, that means that you have not been visiting with him. And certainly not visiting with him in a way that you talk about it. And maybe they were avoiding him as much as he was avoiding them or what have you because, you know, all this lovely water on the fridge? Yeah. You make a good point there. Yeah, and it seems like again what Nathan thinks he's communicating is not actually what's being communicated because they're not actually talking. So in my mind, it feels like maybe he invited the cousin and his wife to this barbecue or whatever to show that he's reliable now, right? Like I got my stuff together. And so now they will just see that I'm different and not flaky, quote unquote, like I was when I live with them. So is there anything else that we haven't covered on this idea of not being able to change how other people perceive us? Because Nathan, I think says that a couple of times in this episode and Issa agrees. Like this idea that you might be a new person, but other people might not see you that way. Or they're a suggestions you have around how to reconcile this past you with this present you. Honestly, the part where Issa said about waiting for the other shoe to drop. I was just like, if that ain't your past self in your current self yelling, one of the Spider-Man meme. Hard..

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"nathan" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

Therapy for Black Girls

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

"And I think that when we are not intentional, we fall back into patterns of communication that may be not have served us well in the past, but certainly are the patterns of communication in which we have been taught we're supposed to be in when we are looking for a specific type of situation. So I think it's both them, they didn't know how to pivot and they didn't know how to say it to the other and whether or not the other would be receptive to the pivot that they were wanting to make. Yeah, I mean, because clearly, you know, isa was ready to invite, you know, more than just a friendship when she asked him to spend the night, but there had been no communication. So we see him come over expecting kind of just show up as in the front space. And she is, you know, of course, now open some more. Now, I do think though it is also important to think about given how we saw Nathan behave before with just the ghosting, I would imagine that him being gone that next morning woke that back up for Issa. Like, oh God, here we go again. But I'm wondering, you know, how could Nathan have supported Issa from a friendship angle when she clearly was upset that night?.

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"nathan" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

Therapy for Black Girls

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

"I mean, well, let's set the stage, right? Let's set the stage. So the episode opens with the beach event, right? So this is what Nathan and isa of course had talked about earlier in the season that he wanted to do some kind of customer appreciation thing maybe for the customers from the barbershop. And so we see them at the beach, him and his friends, or the fellow barbers, putting on their sunscreen, which actually was only lotion. So the lamb store pretty immediately. So that's our setting. And so he and the friends are setting up and then we see Issa and Mali and Kelly show up a little later, and it is very clear that Issa and Nathan have not talked since a week ago, which so we could go with the crying incident where she asked him to spend the night and they were kissing and she ended up crying in his mouth. So what we see is that there is this awkwardness, right? So very much a callback to awkward black girl and early seasons of insecure like Issa I feel like his continue to be at different levels of awkward, but I feel like this was like peak awkward this week. Yeah, it was physically painful to watch. I'm like, come on girl spit it out. Oh, please don't say that. Please. It was very painful to watch. So what are you kind of make of the fact that clearly they have not talked in this week and you know, she just kind of shows up at this event? Honestly, I just like, okay. Are we being passive here? Are we wanting to have the conversation? And there was this desire for her to have the conversation. And I mean, you saw it. I read, this is the continuing game. Because I.

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"nathan" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"The UK just recently with a young guy Kieran Schumacher who's had a real tough time, you know, he's had some drug problems. And he's been very honest about it, but, you know, ten years ago, he had just been thrown away on the rubbish pile, but we've still raced and stuck by him and Simone's and some trainers have stuck by him and now he's talents really, really showing him. We've just seen it recently with champion Josh flat jockey oshi Murphy, having some real struggles and I'm glad he's going to be getting some help. And there's been very vocal about how it's how the pressure of the sport as hindered him. And we keep forgetting that these guys and girls are young people. They haven't been, you know, I said earlier. I've been given the tools just yet. So we just probably need to be careful with our actions. And sometimes it just needs a gentle arm around the shoulder rather than a telling off as I used to get on a regular basis in my time being a Chucky. Yeah, exactly. I had a few of those myself. Nathan, I can't commend you anything more on your film. It was just it was so beautifully done. And I know from my experience as a jock, you brought back those memories and those thoughts of the falls and the turmoil and the stress and the struggle of it. And I appreciate that you did that. As a friend and as a colleague, if we can help in any way, no, thank you, Sean. I really appreciate it and like I said, you know, we're having the conversation about it. So there we are. We're already starting something. And whoever's listening to this out there, you know, it's struggling, you know, please, please, please do. Have a conversation with somebody, you know, don't hold it in. It sits. It's not the right way to do it to do it because it just bolts you up and then it's can end badly. So please please, you know, talk about it. And thanks again for having me on the show. That's Nathan Harris. He's putting his arm around the jackies and trying to help them live another day. And enjoy what they do. Thank you..

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"nathan" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on The Product Experience

"Have crawlers. They have different flavors of crows. And they're all wonderful but the maple color daily provision is by far and away the best single-handed donut i've ever had in earth and i've traveled in eating a lot of donuts and a lot of places and they are number one by far. I actually use that. As a litmus test to determine if we're friends or not. I brought up the office and i saw who took and who didn't and i kept a list. I'm not gonna. i was aware of that. Do you have any no discount that you would like give out to eddie. I don't know but i really feel like i should. At least get like half off or something of my next one. It's gonna be a couple of weeks between the time we record this time because if you get a chance and send it into us will put it in the show notes go nathan. Thank you so much for joining us. It's been really fascinating hearing about your time in the emergency services and an old ceo time in product. Thank you so much Was so great to be here longtime listener first-time guests so maybe Maybe i'll be back if people fall my stories fun. I happy to have a partout. And we're upping donuts for listening nathan east threatening to write a book about this. So do let him know. If you want to hear more. I have a lot of thirteen years worth of stars. I didn't give you. The roadkill story will save that for part to.

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"nathan" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"Social media. Yeah so. I currently live on the web at simply nathan castle that is ca double eight dot com dot. A hugh makes you at the door. A you earn the 'cause S r dot com dot a u. That's where my main Sort of master ceremony stuff leaves try to try my best to add some stuff to my blog from time to time. But i'd love to. Yeah all the means of being able to communicate with me via email mc ads nathan kesse dot com to the you. I'd love to just fame when just wants to ramle me messages. It'd be nice to get an email. That's not a spam message. For the fifth time in the day telling me that my websites broke in to donate to this person in china or something or all done an audit on audit on your website. No please sign up now please. No so it'd be nice to get an e mullets the. Hey how's it going. I'd love to chat. I'm also obviously available on facebook nathan. Kesse dot mc c. Way to find me and on instagram. I believe i'm nathan has underscore mc not hard to find me all my links on my website anyway. So it's hard to find from that point thinking thank you so much and you know welcome back any and every time you're now a family member of with courage multiplayer debate that i- i- branch. That would pry. Thank you so much. Thank you and i'll feet. This'll be probably out. Liked him for tomorrow. But definitely Give you a heads up and then send you over thing. Go ahead post it like yeah. That'd be wonderful. I'd love to be able to do that. Thank you so much. Welcome and everybody was nathan. Caviar said it right this time. Kasa kesse yeah the the energy great. It'd be better next good. It's all good thank you brandy. I appreciate your time today. You tell you have a good evening. thank you bye. Bye bye.

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"nathan" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"Having nathan tests on the show's very much a pleasure very kind soul very talented and very humble. He helps us to see past our very own thoughts in existence and to someone else's toward nathan many would just not even think twice about how can affect himself and others in the philip that he's in c- for what he does is brings a lot of joy and smiles in good times to people's hearts and since these times obviously things haven't been the same. I appreciate it for sharing his story and you did. His voice shall his gratuity and letting us in and getting to know him as a person the individual and someone that was affected by the very things that affect us all now. Thank you for joining us excited for the audience to hear your story and all you deal right here on voices of courage Hey everybody welcome back. This is voices of courage bradley jay. Today i have here with me. The great nate either have right put me out. I don't wanna. I don't wanna lewin such a great name correctly. It's pronounced kassof learning all the way up. Yeah.

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"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I often see their names on credits. But they're not inventory of circle because of course the page the page cats but Did you work a lot with Bill wolfer or michael bach. Michael bod bacher by the at all. Yeah absolutely yeah. And michael barker was another one those names. He'd look on all these records there. Michael baker george benson night. There's michel botica records. And i and i did Several several things with him including academy awards. Yeah we were down underneath the state's wait a minute guys. I i knew. I know this is going to be an episode. We always have a poor of postmortem thing where we finish an episode and then we start getting mad because we forgot off asshole. Ask nathan. that's going to every. I was trying to sit here and figure out like what is the ultimate signature based performance. You've given on a record. I'm praying this is you. Are you playing bass on dennis edwards. Don't look any further. yes sir..

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"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"That that was almost like a two hour nightmare we survived. It was fun hit with it. No rhyme or reason there was no job picton. Yeah like yeah. This is this is why wanted to do you know stevie and i realized that every everything i've ever recorded i had stevie I've done at least two or three stevie gas. We did overjoyed. Which came out of a. I do these Sting rainforest benefits we do in the carnegie hall every year and stevie was on one and i was just fooling with the changes of rejoined on bass is kinda like rehearsal when nothing was happening. And i'm kind of trying to figure them out and next thing and now i hear how monica and now he's playing now. Look up their sting. Elton john bonnie raitt. They're all just standing there looking like looking on and i'm going oh lord and i'm as i'm learning the changes st bees bland and we get to the end and they all they all start clapping. Tv comes over. Says if you ever record that com plan so that was my question did responses from these revisions. Can you share. Like what have been those like. I wish i would have done that nathan. Which was adjusted. I mean if stevie offers to play on your record you have to do it man. I could have had stevia my record so he came and blessed the record and the way we what we did was We we recorded a track. And then when i played on his record brought the track over and then he you know two in the morning he put up won. Take see later y wrote it really all right. We a former Costlo supreme guests that we just had was the barge. I know your name is on the in a special way album but do you recall anything from debarred session. Do you know what songs you've played on. Are you stay with me or you. on time. Role reveal are you on a dream. You know i'm embarrassed. This is this many records you've been talking. One called them. Did he do album gemini. Yep dino yes that when we did the whole thing and there are a few songs that really like. Stand out in my mind like a.

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"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"So oftentimes. If i get asked to do a gig nine times out of ten. I'll ask like well. If i think hire me because of certain sound that i had been our recommend them or you should go to the studio because this is where i recorded. This particular recommendation died. The right you'll get the sound that you want How much control do you have over. Like the the sound in the texture of what you want or you just gotta trust engineering the producer. And that's you know Al smith who we just lost and we're going to capitol light and and we the warner brothers staff studio and that we we did when we first started four. Play the first real foreplay album was bob. James album called grand piano canyon. And e called me. Harby li li written our and actually harvey mason and lee written are both recommended me when he asked about who i get on base so the four of us got in that quartet. There's a song or restoration. I call that the first four play song on that album and al smith recorded that. And i used to take that recording around to others a and and sunset saddled. She may and say guys. My bay sounds like this. You know because you know like you drum you could play in ten different studios and it'll sound like ten different guys you know and i can't ever figure out like how does the same instrument translate so differently in different studios in so whenever possible. Yeah i i. I'll recommend one of my favorites Spent tons of time was Ocean way studio okay. We did the first Well we did so much stuff there. But i four play record but we used to record their with lionel richie. We did We did kenny. Loggin's level will follow. I mean tons. We did one of the things i'm most proud of. We did A song card. If you think you'll only now bobby womack gonna say you're on the monsters. Billy ocean way studio day. And it's funny as i all these tunes i can remember. I could kind of just remember being there almost like the day and so that being one of my favorites when i went to go do my solo album go ocean way which is now called united studio. That can never recorded there. Yeah we did podcast. Yeah we gotta a studios. He dropped so far am okay. Those are the big ones capital. I have a question nathan at any point in your career. Did you mess with keybase. You know Playing bass on on a keyboard.

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"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"It'd be real. It was it was it. Okay what's what's what's the event. What's the festival in rotterdam It's the north sea jazz fest. Okay because carousels sort of by the netherlands like it's. It's the north sea jazz festival before carousel. Like i knew what i was. Y'all can't stay out and is it. Is it slightly between like south america and it's somewhere in the middle of nowhere rise not europe and it's not south america was like you know like it's like way below cuba brown and brown. They're they're yeah they're kinda James is on that. Yeah there yes. There was a lot but that was the one because we were there for. I think four days before the gig even started like. I thought it was better that we all came out early. Yeah me too to hang. I've never done that. Usually i get the day of the gate. Do get hit it. And then i'm like wow one you'll never catch me swimming or in the beach but yet here i am swimming the beach like and i'm talking to toto and everyone everyone's there so wait. A minute was journey. Also unlike gig as well may have been on that gig as well. I yes okay. So i'll bet you could find a poster or something of that gig. 'cause i try to save. You know all the all the information. But i mean it was like all these people you know. I sat next to diana ross on the flight back home. It's crazy really. Yes we we got it was. It was incredible. It was a very it was very surreal. Surreal gig the fact that prince accessible like. Wow that's kinda weird that everybody stayed up to see princess. I mean it was unbelievable prince principles so killing that he didn't additional two hours. That was the roots time so because of the stage like sixty thousand people and then on our side of the stage three hundred people. I mean you just go to and what promoter is gonna get mad at him. You know what i'm saying right. We told the promoter. What do wants to do because time. He's just like Just do the seat and go home so literally like how we did the next move. You got me all right. Goodnight people literally like a golf clap motives. Dreamlike prince will not get off the stage. Anyway dude i was over there watching him and there's like oh shit we gotta go on stage like. I'm literally asking him. Backseat like you doing another encore. 'cause i gotta run to the other stage and many more like okay. Well there's no marut show but But when you're in that situation like especially with with legacy bands and whatnot. How.

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"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"So what was your family immersed in music as well or just like how how. What was your first musical memory that you had. Yeah there were. There was always a piano kind of around the house that Pops and moms both would play but You know it was like you know music. Music filled the neighborhood. And and you know so you gladys knight marvin gaye a blessing through the home of the neighborhood but it was really I'll never forget my my first forty five was a more love by smokey robinson. We were just always gathered around the radio and and listening to music and I remember When i play cello for three years. And then i discovered the base in it was it was actually in church. My brothers and i were doing they. Were doing like these Folk masses back in the day when all that started and And then there was based on the altar. I went picked it up and Nobody's claimed it. And i picked it up and i said oh lord we you you taught yourself out to play. Yeah i mean. I just started playing just just out of my love for music and it only had four strings. So it wasn't. Wasn't that difficult. But you played the cello before. But i played the cello before i was in the range of the base left so that that kind of got me got me going okay. This is interesting because usually anyone that we interview on the show That's an men or an axe woman Nine times out of ten. There's like a The thirty dollars sears. Guitar thing story. That happens like would sears. Having these affordable instruments in you know people teaching. They're getting their kids lessons and whatnot. But you started on cello and then worked to the base right and the weather is the thirty actually forty nine dollars story story from from the pod shop where my mom got me. My first base was about that long. You know was you know. Short scale no name but You know that that was my ticket to everything you know. And i started playing all the bands and stage band in high school and okay. You know the drill one thing leads to another next thing you know. You're doing a couple of gigs. I learned that a string the eastern. And then i had a gig already. Oh okay. let's see the first gigs..

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"nathan" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

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"nathan" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"I music history facts for june seven in nineteen sixty three. The rolling stones released their debut. Single come on. The song was written by chuck berry. It reached number twenty one in the uk chart yet the following year during their first us tour fans booed the rolling stones off stage at a gig in san antonio texas. They brought some performing monkeys. Who had been the act on before the stones back on stage for another performance. We meet north carolina gospel blues guitar. Nathan hope today. He received his first guitar too and was teaching himself to play at the age of seven now at eighteen performing at festivals venues with the band of his own at has been in north carolina's renown our state magazine as a blues guitar prodigy. Nathan came first place in the ten under twenty at the two thousand and twenty one international dallas guitar festival features. Today are tracks from his album. I'm not alone. Nathan will continue to astound audiences with his incredible talent. He is an artist to watch enjoys. Show hi nathan. Thank you for coming on the show today. Very scientists Very town of brescia hit at a lot of other people agree Won the best guitarist under twenty one anti water musical wars and first place at the dallas international festival for ten guitar. Sunjay the age of twenty. Yeah yeah that lasts. that must have made you stout. Yea that was a very very big deal to me And i never unfortunately never got to show anybody. How big of a deal. That was to me or talk about it but Yeah so we had to wait in entire year because a code for that and it it got delayed multiple times and push back and And so we just kept practising practising practising. Because i struggled so hard to make any game way or traction Over the past couple years getting in you know any further than where i was Show wise The venues and so. I knew how i needed to win that. And how many doors it open and and so i was man that feeling of When they call my name for number. One i i will never forget it for the rest of my life. That was an amazing day for me video of your performances. Say incredible jars appreciate it that you look so relaxed on stage like this guy so laid back. It's advisory some early great. But you very they back with no. But i can see why you started your. You had your first guitar age too. Yeah and talk yourself by age seven. Yeah yeah how did that happen To be honest. So i i and obsessed with this guitar that my grandma had got me. It was like one of those. I at qataris can go to walmart and buy one for like twenty dollars and it was my second christmas so i was two years old and my grandma had gave me that that first aktar and over like over my grandma's entire life in the whole family. She tried to get somebody to play an instrument like really take music and none of them would My parents can do any kind of music. Nobody but my grandma like balloon. I say my family has no music in them. Other than my grandma. They can't sing a lick. Can't play late can eating And so i took to it so i was carrying that guitar everywhere. I mean hard. The stores restaurant it was. I was so attached. That thing In eventually especially in the car started picking stuff out like you know for three four years. Old you know. I was listening to one song on. Repeat when i was younger. That was blue on black shepherd and that was the first song i can say ever learned and i would just listen to it in the car over and over or wherever and eventually i'd say probably about four or five to pick that main piece out But definitely by age. Five or six is when i could really start to listen to something in within the matter of a couple of minutes managerial application wa. So tell me a bit more about your grandmother. She was one of your inspirations. Yeah definitely so funny. She really is the the true reason that i got new music. Not just from giving me the guitar. But i think just The relationship that i have with her I've played gospel in. My grandma offer was long. As i could remember and i always try and give her credit When i when. I have something big going on like the dallas international competition At the end. I thought our thanked her once. I when i had one now she really is the biggest influence. And i can't think anybody more than her because if it wasn't for her i definitely would not have ever gotten into guitar the way that it did and says she is definitely my biggest influence. she play She plays her main instruments piano. She also also plays guitar as well but those are the two that she that she doesn't. She sings in pretty cool. So what attracted you to gospel in for the limbaugh loose you know. It's i think it's just what. I grew up listening to a lot of a lot of the music. This is a great thing. I don't think i've ever got to tell this before. Publicly is when i was Two or three. I would get up on the zero turn lawn. Were with mom. And i'd sit on the bottom the bottom rack and my mom had like an old. This is way way way back. In the day it was like two thousand four assay. Its way back in the day but reality is eighteen are still young. She doesn't fourteen thousand five somewhere in there. And we had this old ipod in a pair of headphones and i would listen to soy some the old gospel stuff. And then that's really when i got into. Blues was with kenyan shepherd. He was the first blues. Artis i listen to and always will because that was like the first like hey i. This is cool. But i listened to a to bloomberg in slow ride. I listened to.

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"nathan" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"I'm john. Newton in the newly released yesterday was alive. Black and white indie film that you guys would love to see should be out soon and you're listening to sifi daw our coverage continues or the film. Yesterday was a lie with an interview with nathan mobley who plays the lab technician in film. We also talked to nathan about another film. He's out that you get on. Dvd call the other side and he also previews and upcoming project a short scifi film that he's working on his well. Let's go to the phones and nathan mobley. Thanks for for being on the show. I done eighth and i really appreciate it in. Yesterday was a lie. I mean you play the lab assistant but that's very misleading and movies. Because a lot of times when you just have a name. Doesn't it means smaller part. But i know in yesterday. A lot of people just have names like that cases characters singer for example so it doesn't mean anything as far as what the scope of the role is. Can you kind of describe. And i know this is a different kind of film. We don't want to give any spoilers shirt in the context of the film. What your character is Well like you said he's His job as a lab assistant. He's working in this lab where they're doing some. I guess it's okay for me to say some undercover very clandestine type work and The kind of stuff that not many people know about obviously so so hero comes to to kind of tap into whatever they're doing and the last what was great about the labs distant was created the role with that not only is he kind of giving them some pivotal information for the film but he's also Fun to play because he's Also girl crazy but he happens to be a big dork. So therein lies with rama and So these beautiful women come in and not in his wildest dreams has he. Does he ever think that this could be something going to happen to him. So they using their powers of coercion. Then and you know that beautiful woman have they they they attempt to get some of the sensitive information out of the lab system. Would that be in the sense of kipling's character of oil and so Chases singer oil on singer I wanna dance around a little bit. But essentially is this something these experiments something related to time. Yes okay it is when people pieces together with john newton's interview that we have they know that something's up and actually as it has come out that there is apparently a nazi journal. That is out there. That has like dr frankenstein. Secrets of life and death. This one has pretty much some really interesting information and concrete theories on time and manipulating it. So right so that's kinda like the the the arctic. Like in raiders law stark. Or you know the the the thing that everybody wants it or because of the film noir references this film. I guess you could say. It's like the maltese falcon and the loose of a piece of history that contains that they need to kind of you know the final piece of the puzzle spotted you come to this project Interestingly my good friend. Josh waters who Was the casting director for the film or at least in a like assistant role. I'm not sure what is title is exactly what he was helping to cast a film and we we went to high school together and and perform together and so we knew each other and he said. Hey there's this film that. I'm working on that i'm helping to cast. And there's a role at the you'd be create for and that was fiscal yet and i went in win re For james and andrew. And and we had. I think we have maybe one or two call backs and analysis about it took a while. They were they were they. Were you know securing the funding which is always An arduous undertaking for a for a independent film. Sure to a little bit of a little bit of time but then we started rehearsing getting the ball rolling as fun. How much rehearsal time did you have With the cast. Oh man we heard of. I mean we had we would get together for hersal at least like at least three weeks where we got together once or twice a week and spend a few hours working on the scene which is really a luxury because you don't hear that too often and maybe you know because it was an independent film. The smaller film have that luxury. We could get together some spare time and i loved it. I thought it was great. And you just makes you that much more prepared on the day when you go to shoot you kind of ready for anything because you've been through it all so did you start like maybe like a table reading kind of thing and then maybe do something. We're james may blocked out some things or definitely. We started with with a read initially with all the all the actors Table read and then and then we got together and started breaking down and he started rehearsing individual senior. Yeah we actually blocked it out. Got a real sense of you. Know how things are they. I think they wanted to nail down whether locations. We're going to rain. And then they had that in that rains then we start blocking and that sort of thing. It was good fun now. was locations mostly indoors or a laboratory. Somebody would have to be endorsed. I would think. Yeah all all of everything that i shot was indoor and i believe the majority of the film was Was indoors as well. I think there were a couple of like allie shots or things like that. But it's all at night. Yes so they had anything. We did endorse a block out. We're shooting during the day. We had a block out all the windows and you know really high. Very dramatic lighting thinks. it's filmed war. Yes peace so you're shooting for black and white so essentially the colors that you wear as i've talked to some of the other actors have to work for black and white. So did you wear guinea. Strange color combinations. That looked horrible in color in black and white look right on. I don't know. I don't remember honestly. I don't think my character kind of like. I said he was a little bit of a. You know he wasn't the hit. This cat you know in the world so you know anything that he wore with slightly on the dorky side. Anyway so. I don't remember the colors being especially you know clashing or anything like that from what i've seen. Everything looks great. it really plays well. Have you had a chance to see some of the film or most of it or the only thing. All that i saw was what the trailer. And then when i went into when we did. Some of the eighty are some of the dialogue recording. After the fact. I saw some of the film. Then okay cool because you're basically trying to match up and i don't know if you're if you're listening they probably do. People are so savvy these days but You do think called looping which is where you go in and the dialogue that you get on the day on the day of the shoot. A lot of times doesn't work because you've got other noises running over it or whatever and so you have to go back into a studio after the film was shot and rerecord some dialogue but it has to match precisely to you know your movements and everything so it's kind of a. It's it's difficult but it's fun. I will you a fan of fossil film noir. All did you like those movies. I honestly i hadn't seen a lot of it and I watched some more. You know when when this When we did this. But you know. I'm not.

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"nathan" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

The Sue Plex Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"nathan" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

"The only the professional nathan cruz nathan. How you my friend is. It has strength. I'm very good this evening. Thank you sarah. Thanks for having me on. Yeah looking forward to talking some wrestling with someone of known in the job Who probably about twelve years. Maybe even longer. Since i met you only nine yes we did is been a very very long time. Yeah i think it was nine. I was about three years in an. I think it was a sas. Really god know terrified. In i i was cutting it with Colossal st the day he came on win because obviously the pandemic not seen each of in ages but he came out who saw bam upon and we was on about those in two thousand eleven when we were on the road all the time like he and i was we saw each of the mall our families our girlfriends top and then we just don't stop was ten years ago this woman. I was like ten years before. I was watching. Seventeen getting excited. Thinking that i'm gonna be arrest. Let me like a site. Why did these ten years go just as true the lake won't you ten twenty one. It goes so fast. Like it really does terrify a couple of on sites in. Oh bless your motor than you. Don't worry it doesn't get off the as the dow could be as old. I don't count the last two years. I'm not having to pandemic birthdays count in my age figgers but it's not happening guys. That is the thing about the most against me at times is as i feel like stolen years dell main like i mean i think maybe i did need a break from wrestling. I think not fast lockdown into a very good mental head space because wrestling let me of spoke On was really so from depeche depression. Because what happened with me thing show again but like i just kept going. Because that's all i ever knew what to do. Deal a wrestlers. Fifteen said like this is being my only rarely mentioned loss of income my entire life about the little jobs on the side but for the most part when i was nineteen was i was able to go a fulltime or professional. If you would add yet like it was just keep going and then to kind of give me some life phonetic younger lots of opening. Stine's wasp me for advice people boy. Gabe gabriel kids. Dies kip sabian. Lucas steel obviously always. Those was like. Okay can help these guys now. And i was always trying to find a path. Don't think i ever did. Just stop when i probably needed to. I think it was always still in the buck. My i was just like it was hard to just get over the fact that dream. It just got the unites. Except i don't think i ever gave myself. Tom accepts it so that i thought that was great for me. Not regard that nab After.

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