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"naylor" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"naylor" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Brian. Say what's up to fire nation and sheer something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with what's up fire nation. I am super excited to be here. And probably the biggest thing that i believe in is to build a great business stop focusing on relationships and where i come back is focused on value. I see so many friends starting a business and they get into networking groups and they focus on going just building relationships building a bunch of friends and my feedback to them is. You've got friends. You've got a lot of relationships focused on adding value to prospects. And that's where you get the best return on your time spent ryan you're hitting upon one of my all time fever quotes from a mr albert einstein which is try not to become a person of success but rather a person of value because that's fire nation is the key. What value are you providing to the world. What solutions are you bringing to people's real problems and man. That's a great lesson. And i want to start off with some more lessons for fire nation because you were a bust on shark tank and so what did you learn from that whole experience. It's hard to swallow. And say i was a on shark tank. But it's true you know i. One of the biggest lessons i learned is the power of having a purpose based company to drive you. And i'll back up just a little bit to tell you that when i was on shark tank. I was there pitching a product. I was pitching a product. That i thought was really cool at found in italy and really expanded on this product in the united states. And when i was out there. And i had mark cuban and you know everybody just kind of coming on my shoulders. I really found myself digging in focused on. I know who. I am and what they're saying isn't directed at me directed at the

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How Ryan Naylor Went From Shark Tank Failure to Tech Success Story

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

How Ryan Naylor Went From Shark Tank Failure to Tech Success Story

"Brian. Say what's up to fire nation and sheer something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with what's up fire nation. I am super excited to be here. And probably the biggest thing that i believe in is to build a great business stop focusing on relationships and where i come back is focused on value. I see so many friends starting a business and they get into networking groups and they focus on going just building relationships building a bunch of friends and my feedback to them is. You've got friends. You've got a lot of relationships focused on adding value to prospects. And that's where you get the best return on your time spent ryan you're hitting upon one of my all time fever quotes from a mr albert einstein which is try not to become a person of success but rather a person of value because that's fire nation is the key. What value are you providing to the world. What solutions are you bringing to people's real problems and man. That's a great lesson. And i want to start off with some more lessons for fire nation because you were a bust on shark tank and so what did you learn from that whole experience. It's hard to swallow. And say i was a on shark tank. But it's true you know i. One of the biggest lessons i learned is the power of having a purpose based company to drive you. And i'll back up just a little bit to tell you that when i was on shark tank. I was there pitching a product. I was pitching a product. That i thought was really cool at found in italy and really expanded on this product in the united states. And when i was out there. And i had mark cuban and you know everybody just kind of coming on my shoulders. I really found myself digging in focused on. I know who. I am and what they're saying isn't directed at me directed at the

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Biden's Talk of Vaccine Mandates Sends Labor Unions Into Disarray

All Things Considered

01:38 min | Last month

Biden's Talk of Vaccine Mandates Sends Labor Unions Into Disarray

"To attest that they're vaccinated for Covid 19. Or submit to frequent testing. The new policy covers the country's four million federal civilian workers and contractors and the unions that represent those workers are divided over the president's directive. NPR's Brian Naylor reports As cities reimpose mask mandates and millions of Americans continue to refuse to be vaccinated. The Biden administration is turning to the nation's federal workforce to slow the spread of the delta variant of Covid 19. All share in the head of the International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, which represents some 25,000 federal employees and agencies, including NASA thinks the directive is a good idea. We are strongly supportive of mandated vaccines for federal workers assurance says That's as long as there are medical and religious exemptions, But he says, everyone deserves a safe workplace. We have well over 600,000 people who are currently dead. We also have a variant of covid that is running rampant that is highly infectious, and we want to make sure that we maintain a healthy work environment for the people that we represent and all federal workers for that matter. But other groups have problems with the Biden administration's new rule. The Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association issued a statement saying it was concerned by any move that would mandate the vaccine and that quote, forcing people to undertake a medical procedure. Is not the American way and is a clear civil rights violation. Ralph to Julhas heads the union that

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 "Audience of One" Carlos Alazraqui Bonus Show #15 - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"Audience of One" Carlos Alazraqui Bonus Show #15 - burst 1

"Near here to work on it. And let's say. I love dr phil kind. Gentlemen occasionally does take the mic. But carry dangerous man dr phil because he will tell you that. I don't care how you are your life. I don't care. I'll screwed up your childhood. You give me for fourteen minutes commercial. And i'm gonna turn your life around. You're going to get a fog. You're gonna be okay for the rest of your life very dangerous. An actual episode that i watched i left off the couch. I remember my out. He was on his show. There was a woman the show addicted. I get the tim. Mcgraw the country singer and that woman was you thought she was. Oh no that's the thing you hear. Mcgraw speak y. Deans like south along naylor reading and he looked at her miami limited limited. Stop you out there okay. What's going on is europe. Seth with a stranger. You're participating in something that is not reality. You're overwhelmed by his fame and your knowing what you have in your old real live like your children like your home. Your husband and this is what he said to her. And i think what you need to do is stop okay. Where does he get that account. Today i went through the year university. Of what you need to do. And i majored in. Stop doing it. I have a master's degree in cut it out in a phd and knock it off are stuck in the stomach.

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Are You Physically (or Psychologically) Addicted to Alcohol?

Goodbye to Alcohol

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Are You Physically (or Psychologically) Addicted to Alcohol?

"I do live here in portland oregon. And i've lived here for gosh well over thirty years now and i am a mom to four boys. I call them. Boys really young men now but you know there's four of them and I m happily married and have been just really working on my life and working on my own relationship with alcohol for the past two plus well two plus years that i've figured it out many many years of prior to that we'll talk about that more and in my daytime job. I work at a senior living community. Which i love and i get to help. Seniors create a happier longer life. Suddenly you described yourself as the adult child of an alcoholic. And i wondered if he talked to us about your childhood and how that shaped your attitude towards alcohol. Yeah i have a pretty long story with alcohol in my family and it. I was thirteen when my mother. I admitted to me that she was an alcoholic. And i've talked about this story on my own podcast about how i was. You know it was a saturday morning. And i was very going to catch her. You know i was going to really naylor to the wall because she was at the ironing board and she had a glass of vodka on the rocks designed to look like water. You know that. I wasn't supposed to recognize it and so i very triumphantly asked her was going to catch her and said you know. Are you an alcoholic. And i remember her answering me and she did say yes she thought she was or yes she was. But i really didn't hear i just. I really thought that by her. Admitting it to me that it would fix it. You know that it would go away as as as a thirteen year old. That was my mindset. If i caught her and she knew that i knew then she would stop

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"naylor" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

03:51 min | 6 months ago

"naylor" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"Science purposes or whatever but what that means is if you see a wall that doesn't have anything on it like a ugly brickwall which there are tons of new york and the around the corner from the wall is the ega you could just walk in. You can speak to the manager and then you. This is what i do. I'll ipad. I'll say hey. I'm on your list. I'm looking to paint a mural on your wall. I think this is a great wall and i think it would help your business because first of all can help you with tagging that's on it or whatever or could help drive customers at your store because i'll put some colorful and happy and people walk by seattle coming in by water. Whatever so we all win so that that would be an approach to get permission to wrong and usually if there's nothing on the wall or there's some other reason why they can't do it they'll say yes that's how i'd getting my walls but There's also people that are using new and street. Art for advertising marketing. And that's kind of where a lot of my work actually comes in because of my background. I end up doing a lot of marketing work and doing marketing advertising a comfortable for me able to translate my arbor at that goes onto the street into a format that serves the needs of my clients and generally those walls are either treated rented for the purpose of an actual advertising. It's funny. I was just saying that i'm like oh if i ever have a big enough company with employs where i have to be at an office every day i'm grew to have you painted outside of it and a lot of my clients. Are people like you just want to add some color to their lives. And we're gonna we call our company unmistakable creative so it should be the most unmistakable building on the street if we happen to have a physical location totally well. This has been incredible man. I've enjoyed talking to you. It's been funny insightful thought-provoking So i wanna finish with one final question. Which is how we finish all of our interviews at the unmistakable creative that make somebody or something unmistakable. The answer is individual. It's personal you know what makes me understandable can be very different in. What makes you stay qabail. But i think what drives it is honest being honest with yourself. Being honest with you are and being authentic. That's really easy to say. i give advice about. Just be yourself so hard. It's it's hard actually do but finding the tuning that understanding being honest with what are what what lights your fire in behaving in a way it goes with an act hanaway. That goes with it. That's when you've got that tuned. Become a mistake amazing. Well i can't thank you enough for taking the time to join us and sharing your story in in your insights flow listeners. Where can people find out more about you on your work. The book and everything else that you're up to well thanks for having me. I mean this was great. I i loved the conversation in wind up and down all over the place. It was wonderful. Nice ville talk about a couple of things from past unrelated to the book So thanks man. And on that note. the book can be found at live. Life colorfully dot com and. I am most easily found instagram at jason. Naylor j. a. s. o. n. a. y. Ella walk awesome. And for everybody listening we will wrap the show with that. Thank you for listening to this episode of the unmistakable creative podcasts. While you're listening there any moments you've found fascinating inspiring instructive. Maybe even heartwarming. Can you think of anyone a friend or a family member who would appreciate this moment. If so take a second and share. Today's episode with that one person because good ideas and messages are meant to be shared..

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"naylor" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

07:35 min | 6 months ago

"naylor" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"In what what color works but ultimately like coco. Chanel who say a the right color for you as the one that makes you feel variety whatever bash. The point is the not the inherent that make it work. It's it's your quality all right. Let's talk about space designed. Because i know you talk a bit about this in the book. Now that's funny because we had ingrid federal lee here who wrote a book called joyful which she talks a lot about this as well. She has almost an entire chapter dedicated to this. At one of the things that and you even mentioned this colorizing the bookshelf. I did this. It looked amazing. And i could never find any my damn books. It was such a pain in the ass. I was like all right literally. She was like yeah. It's like this great art installation inside of your house and then realize anytime. I was looking for a book unless i remembered exactly. Call her. The cover was it was impossible to find. So i had to ditch that. But i mean let's let's talk about this in the context of a space in which you're working or living like a bedroom or you know even your living room. Yeah i limit. You did that first of all again. It's so funny. And i think the exercises it makes for such a great illustration of organizing your books by color. It and i have my. I have my books organised by color. But let me just throw this. Let me just justify all the books that i have that are released by color our books so it's different than going through your library trying to find a book where alphabetical order. Much more sense you know but anyway the the the color of your space i mean. It's it's interesting that like you need to have variety and in in your stimulation you know like visually. We can't just look at a white wall day and so introducing color into the living room or into the kitchen any room that you're in the provide stimulation for your brain and that actually is important to keeping you saying keeping happy keeping you your spirits up so so i argue that. It's extremely important thing to do. But i think it also depends on like how visual of a person you are. Some people are auditory learners. Some people are visual learners and me i'm a very visual like say it can tell me directions. You know how to get to the grocery store whatever. I won't remember it at all but if you just show me even if it's written down wrote down the five steps in show to me i'll tell her remember. Because that's the way i learned that's brain hurt so for me. The padding things organized by color actually makes sense. And it's funny that like even i organize all the apps on my phone by by color and so i have a folder for each color and except for the main ones. I've got like messages instagram. Or just one might. I like panel my phone. But then it's than i've got everything else by color and this is sort of like bizarre but it's actually easier to remember the color of the app that i thought it would be and so i find myself able to like from member which one is in which color folder category. Because i can remember what the app like. yeah. I remember seeing that thinking like. Oh that looks cool. I wanted to that to my phone now. I realize how you. I was thinking. How do you actually do that. And then i realized oh simple basically move ones. That are the same color together. Yes i i'm not gonna lie. I trust me the bookshelf thing. I have one thousand books so you might imagine. It was a nightmare of the boycott. Yeah he had like twenty bucks then do it. So i had to ask you about the balloons because the balloon particular struck me because as a kid my parents you know told me if they took me grocery shopping i was really well behaved and the only thing that they ever had to do to keep you quiet was basically when we went to the checkout counter by some balloons and that was it like i'd always had this sort of fascination with balloons so when i saw that i was like that's interesting. So what's the deal with. The balloons lake. Why what is what's behind that. Because you know you say balloons are usually colorful. And they're always exciting. Find the nearest pharmacy. Your dollar store and get some helium filled balloons and then cruise the neighborhood to find interesting places to tie them to and don't settle for the obvious ones and you have a picture of a police car with a balloon tied to it. So i just had to ask you about this because that just struck me as wow. That sounds really fun. And kind of nutty you totally. I mean part of it you know. Some of the some of the pages of this book are mentally kind of bizarre and quirky in almost silly. And i don't actually suggest that you go by red and blue balloons and tied him to a cop car. I mean i think that could potentially result can something you don't have to you know like talking to the judge is judges like danny like what's up loons and you're like a book so i don't know that that's the best thing to do literally but the idea is that balloons are our child bike. Fun thing from our youth that when you're an adult you're holding a helium balloon your hand you cannot help. But thrown back some memories from young and and that's where the joy lives and It's interesting you had injured on and enjoy like she. One of my big inspiration for the book was herp. Her guest her ted talk About joy and color and It's interesting that she points out that one of the sources One of the big sources of joy is colorful founded multiples and balloons fits that category perfect. You often see balloons multiple covers in a bongino. And it's a joyful experience partly because surprise which i love and partly because the the multiple colors memories and everything so the point of that page in the boat kind of saving bring back this to bring back these great feelings from you by getting some peeling balloons and do something funny with them. You know just something surprising with them. That's why i do. The picture of the cop car is i. I thought like what what an interesting surprise that would be to especially like a parking enforcement officer. You know they come back to their cars. This big batch of limbo like an infection. It's like we're talking about fifty this massive like back to the car and if you don't like if we captured this on video and the guy comes back and he's been writing tickets. I mean god bless him. I'm sure he doesn't love job. Has time whatever it gets back to his car. And he's got in my car and it's just covered in balloons like that. That video is like tiktok golden. You know what i mean. Yeah i love that so the other thing. You mentioned You you talk about this idea of painting a rock l. Which i thought was really fascinating. Because even as i was reading this year we were about to get a coffee table. And i'm sure my roommates would go ape shit if we did this because i was like this goes to buy him like i am like i think if we get this. Maybe i'll spray painted red. I'm sure you're not going to spray. Paint the damn thing rattles like red with black legs again walking advertisement for unmistakable. But what's the deal with. Iraq like that was kind of one of those interesting things because and also like what is the impact that you've noticed in your own work because i know i've seen you know photographs of your work in an actual public spaces. A what impact. Does that have on people when they see this much color.

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U.S. Stimulus Checks Start to Land in Bank Accounts

Morning Edition

03:37 min | 6 months ago

U.S. Stimulus Checks Start to Land in Bank Accounts

"May be some money from the government there. Now. Over the weekend, The first of those $1400 stimulus payments started showing up in people's accounts theorists has the job of sending them out yet another project for the agency right in the middle of tax season, NPR's Brian Naylor reports. It's been a rough decade or so, for the I. R. S budgets were slashed. There was a hiring freeze and a loss of workers. Tony reared in as president of the National Treasury Employees Union, which represents many I R s workers Since 2000 and 10 the iris has lost nearly 33,000. Employees. It makes it very difficult for the agency to do its tax work when you know they've lost more than 20% of the workforce. Then a year ago, the Corona virus pandemic hit the filing deadline for 2019 taxes was extended to July and the I. R S is still behind in processing those returns. And now, with the 2020 filing season underway, the agency has new responsibilities. It needs to issue the latest stimulus payments to some 85% of American households, according to President Biden and implement other provisions as well. It is big task on top of filing season. As well as the other stimulus measures that were put in place by the bill that Samantha Jacoby she's with the nonprofit center on budget and Policy Priorities, She says the Iris will get some help in the bill and infusion of $1.4 billion to modernize the agency's 50 year old software platform. The IRAs knows how big of a task this is and how important it is. They've got this big infusion of funding, which is really important. There could be some hiccups. But the Iris is working really hard to get this relief to people. The IRA says it's reviewing the just past, Billa spokesman telling NPR the measure is a really heavy lift in some respects. Nina Olson, a former taxpayer advocate at the agency, says the iris should be pretty well prepared to issue the stimulus payments. I think that the stimulus checks are the least of their worries in this Sense that they've done this twice for in the last 12 months. They have the programming in place for most of it. Certainly with the December around, they showed how quickly they could respond, but also says another provision of the measure could be a bit more complicated. It's the new monthly child tax credit of up to $300 per child that Democrats included in the bill. Which the I R. S is going to have to figure out how to implement its A new pro. Graham. It requires monthly payments. Although the issuance of monthly payments is to me the least of their worries. It's are you paying out the money to the right people, you know if the child is moved to somebody else's household Or another child is added, and another provision in the bill, which makes unemployment insurance payments. Tax exempt for many Americans is a further complication. Many taxpayers have already filed their 2020 returns and may have paid taxes. They no longer Oh, says Samantha Jacoby. The good news is starting last year. The Iris will now allow people who want to amend returns to do so. Elektronik Lee, which wasn't the case in the past, and that might make it a little bit easier for some people, But she says it's clearly a big challenge for the I. R. S to carry out. All that's been put on its plate with the new legislation, and it's going to take some time. Brian Naylor. NPR News, the first Western country to get

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FBI Director Condemns Capitol Siege as "Domestic Terrorism"

BBC World Service

01:00 min | 7 months ago

FBI Director Condemns Capitol Siege as "Domestic Terrorism"

"FBI director Christopher Wray says the January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol was an act of domestic terrorism. NPR's Brian Naylor has more on Ray's remarks to the Senate Judiciary Committee. Testifying for the first time since the attack, Director Ray said he was appalled by the violence and destruction of that day that Attack. That siege was criminal behavior, plain and simple. It's behavior that we the FBI viewers domestic terrorism. In Ray's words. Quite a number of the some 280 people who have been arrested on charges relating to the attack had militia or white supremacist connections. And today, he said, there's no evidence that anyone connected to anti fur had been involved. He said that domestic terrorism was metastasizing across the country, and he defended the bureau's sharing of intelligence in the days leading up to the attack, but conceded what happened on January 6th was not an acceptable result. Brian Naylor. NPR

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Biden announces 3 nominees to Postal Service board

NPR News Now

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Biden announces 3 nominees to Postal Service board

"House lawmakers quizzed postmaster. General louis dejoy on wednesday in grilling him about delays in mail deliveries after he spoke president biden announced three nominees to fill openings on the postal service board of governors. Npr's brian naylor reports have the power to replace dejoy. David dejoy apologized to postal customers. Whose mail including christmas cards and packages and bills has been delayed in recent weeks. Above all my messages that the status quo is to no one because the solutions are within reach if we can agree to work together to join is working on a ten year strategic plan to improve the agency he also wants congress to end a requirement that the postal service prepay the health and retirement benefits of its workers. Meanwhile the biden administration announced it is nominating. Three people to the board of governors would diversify the board give it a democratic majority and possibly replaced. Dejoy

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DeJoy Testifies Before House Panel

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:40 min | 7 months ago

DeJoy Testifies Before House Panel

"Did you get christmas. Cards in january is taking a long time to get that birthday present to your friend across the country. The mail has been delayed over the last few months and congress wants to know why postmaster general louis dejoy face lawmakers on capitol hill yesterday. Here's representative bob gibbs of ohio. I won't send payments through mail anymore. So much confidence. I've lost in the system due i apologize for the delays but said even the plan congress has to help may not be enough. I would suggest that we are on a death. Spiral we cannot even with this legislation. We cannot continue to lose money. Npr's brian naylor has been following this and joins us now. Good morning brian. Good morning rachel. So what we're lawmakers big specific concerns and did dejoy take responsibility so there was criticism from both sides of the aisle. They cited those You know late. Christmas cards and other mail delays complaints from constituents over bills arriving late leading to late payments and late fees. And you heard congressman. Gibbs say he's given up on the postal service to joy was apologetic but he also got kind of Combative at times he said the status quo was not acceptable but he also said the problems existed before he got there. You could sit here and think that i'm bringing all this damage to the postal service. But as i said earlier the place was operationally faulty because of lack of investment and lack of ability to move forward. Which is what which to do. So you heard him say before. A death spiral as quite a phrase. He said the service lost more than nine billion dollars last year and is projected to lose some one hundred and sixty billion over the next ten

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interview With Chad Lawson

Untangle

06:09 min | 9 months ago

interview With Chad Lawson

"Chad. It's really great to be here with you on tangled today. Thanks for being with us. Thank you so much patricia. Really appreciate that. Yeah so. I had the opportunity while i was preparing for this interview to listen to your music and i have to say oh my god. It is so beautiful. I've been listening to it for the last couple of days in the background when i wake up in the morning and i'm just so happy to be introduced to it. That means a lot. it really does. It's so beautiful. And i was telling somebody about it last night and we started talking about the difference between music with lyrics that inspires you and instrumental music like yours. Which is piano that you actually feel physically emotionally moved by it and i am wanna know more about you and your background and what inspired you to first of all. Choose the piano and second of all create this kind of music. Thank you very much. Those words are not lost on me when i was five years old. Who are talking about four years ago. There used to be a show television coach. Sean and so shot an hour's like ado band that had a television show and so each week as a family we would sit around and we would watch sean naylor. I wasn't raised in a musical environments. Why parents didn't play an instrument. My brother management with one thing that i think it was a simple fund attainment and there is a guy doing something on one of the instruments and he was having the time of his life. It was unbelievable. It means his smile is so infectious. And i just remember at the age of five. I remember looking like i want to do that. He's just having the time of life. That's what i want to do. Fast forward a little bit. My parents rented a piano goes. Who's gonna believe a five year old. And i started taking lessons dan and forty years later. I'm still taking piano lessons. I will until my fingers longer move. God forbid or i'm in the ground so there's something about always wanting to explore and go further with your craft and that excites me. So i was very traditional first class concerned Did the classical thing. Then i did start exploring different types of music. Not just classical and i really got into jazz heavily and the thing that i love so much about being brought up with jazz and classical as there's one key thing and you hit the nail on the head and the introduction a second ago and that's malady you have to have a song bird and music you have to have. That's why people love lyrics much because that's a somber something that they can seeing when they're not with radio so those lyric sages get into your ear also may find the way into your heart and your just. That's why were so moved by. Music is because of the melody the Together and i think what's so fascinated by instrumental. Music is when you remove that lyrical contents. You still have the melody. But at that point you're allowing the listener to create their own there. Because it's so interesting. Like with each song that i do. I try not to over exaggerate. When i'm speaking to people about what the pieces about because a lot of times what i found is it may be completely different. Who are the listener and it could be two different listeners. Naked hear the same song naked. Say well. I was envisioning this or i was envisioning this a lot of music. Particularly your favorite songs you have to go back and say why is that my fears and lot you look at it and you say i was going through this season in my life. This is a song that i i met someone with. And so that song is this. really mitt. Lot emotionally relational. And so i think the court part of music that i've always been drawn to in this. Forty years of studying is melody. How can you craft something that really. Just dials into the heart of the listener. And then you bring them to that point and you allow them to carry on from there. They pick up that torch if you will and take with them. Through whatever life situations they're experiencing. Yeah it reminds me of how i feel when we're look at a piece of art. We don't really know the intention of the artists necessarily but it holds certain meaning for us. And i wanted to ask you so you have this beautifully meaningful music and you seem to be from what i've ascertained so far deeply passionate about mezei shen. When did that start in your life. When did you begin to meditate. Why did you gravitate towards meditation. And then how did that intersect with your music. Love it thank you a number of years ago. Let's say run ten or so. I began to have some health issues. And so i found a chinese reflexologist who just completely turned my world upside down and the best of ways and at that point it was a very simple thing i walk and his. Oh it's this. let's fix your chee. And he did. I was sick. Great what it's two parts. At that point. I really became very interested in holistic food in the holistic lifestyle. Where does that fall in place. And how is it that were not made aware of it at least here in the states so there was a balance i mean i have grown up in church since i was knee high and so there that area of prayer that has always been part of my life but i knew that there are parts as well as it specifically when she starts speaking about your wellness your overall health until i knew that there was a marriage somewhere in between

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U.S. Postal Service finds 1700 ballots in Pennsylvania

BBC World Service

00:59 min | 11 months ago

U.S. Postal Service finds 1700 ballots in Pennsylvania

"The deadline for that information. The U. S. Postal Service says it's inspectors found about 700 ballots during sweeps of processing facilities in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh yesterday as NPR's Brian Naylor reports a federal judge has ordered sweeps of postal facilities in several key states. In testimony before U. S District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan, it was revealed that as many as 68 mail in ballots were not delivered in Atlanta in time to be counted. And some 1400 ballots mailed over the weekend didn't arrive by Election Day in Pennsylvania, but officials there have until Friday to count them and the Postal Service has been told to keep sweeping his facilities for ballots. Until then. The Postal Service has been under extreme scrutiny during this election season because of concerns over the Corona virus pandemic. Some 65 million Americans voted by mail nationwide. But despite some glitches, experts say there have been no widespread problems with the Postal Service is handling of election male

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Scrutiny Of The U.S. Postal Service Continues As States Report Missing Ballots

All Things Considered

02:07 min | 11 months ago

Scrutiny Of The U.S. Postal Service Continues As States Report Missing Ballots

"Based on a court filing earlier this week, it appeared that the Postal Service had lost track. Of some 300,000 mail in ballots. The ballots had been scanned into the system, but there was no record that they had been scanned out. But the Postal Service said in a statement that there was a simple explanation that under the extraordinary measures it was taking Teo get Election mail delivered on time, postal workers removed the ballots from the system before they received a final scan and delivered them directly to election boards. Mark demonstration, president of the American Postal Workers Union says that's exactly what happened. They're not missing. They're not disappeared. We have every reason to believe they made it to their final destination. And were counted there not accounted for in the same way that regular mail would have been. The Postal Service has been under extreme scrutiny during this election season because of concerns over the Corona virus pandemic. Some 65 million Americans voted by mail nationwide, but there were deep suspicions after Lewis to joy, a big dollar donor to Republicans, including President Trump was named Postmaster general. Choi, who ran a logistics company immediately introduced cost cutting measures that critics said slowed the mail. The Postal Service suspended those changes, spurred by a series of lawsuits from state officials and advocacy groups. Demonstration says Despite the controversies, he believes the Postal Service did a good job under a lot of pressure, very proud of it. Obviously all the vote should be counted, but this was a really success. For the American people. Still, there were some glitches in testimony today before U. S District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan. It was revealed that as many as 68 ballots were not delivered in Atlanta in time to be counted, and some 1400 ballots mailed over the weekend didn't arrive by Election Day in Pennsylvania. But officials there have until tomorrow to count them, and postal officials have been told to keep sweeping their facilities for ballots until then. Brian Naylor NPR news

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Cleveland Indians suffer wild-card nightmare in 12-3 loss to New York Yankees

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

04:39 min | 1 year ago

Cleveland Indians suffer wild-card nightmare in 12-3 loss to New York Yankees

"The game last night, Yankees, and Indians and incredible match basis. You had seen Bieber the guy who's been the best pitcher on the planet this. Year versus Garrett Cole the Best Pitcher on the planet last year we thought they were going to be very few runs well, that didn't turn out to be the case, the gigantic right hand hitter leaning out over the plate from the stretch. The pitch is swaying in a high fly ball into right center field Ed's deep racing back to shields at the wall, and that ball is gone homerun Aaron judge and a quick strike for the New York Yankees they jump out in front on Bieber to nothing. Yet Dj Lemay Hugh had singled and then Aaron Judge Rip Day Homerun four pitches into the game. The Yankees at a two old lead on Bieber. Any never recovered this is what happened in the top of the fifth any gleyber Torres at the plate swing a high fly ball into left center field deep on run Naylor back to the wall looking up and that ball is God. In his Outta here it just snuck out off the top of the wall out gleyber Torres with a two run homer. And a Yankees keep slugging away they lead it seven to two. That call from OBI, the Great Obi Dave, O'Brien on ESPN radio the Yankees go on to win twelve to two in game on Garrett Cole was fantastic. He had thirteen strikeouts. No walks. He's a second Yankee pitcher with ten plus strikeouts in the team's first game of the postseason hall of. FAMER. Red. Roughing at ten strikeouts in Game One, the nineteen thirty, two world series against the cubs and with thirteen strikeouts walks Cole also match Tom seaver game one of the Nineteen seventy-three and LCS for the most strikeouts in a postseason appearance without issuing. A. Walk the AKC's four homers in this game tied for the second most in a playoff game. In franchise history, they had five homers in game four of the nineteen twenty eight world series against the cardinals. So when you can match numbers going back to the world series from Nineteen thirty two and nineteen twenty eight says a lot about how much yankees dominated in Game One Garrett Cole talked about his first postseason start with the Yankees. Now there was a lot of fun I mean it was a really complete team day my thought that. The middle innings when. They scored we responded with. Sizeable lead which. I thought was kind of allow them Try Not allow them to get some momentum through news dunes and. We keep on defense become elite runners lean offers off. The bags which was kept a pitch count down and we swap bats really well, and I joined myself so a nice that. You also talked about setting the tone. We need to set the tone for the series and You, know. I'm obviously very painful ambled gable to take the ball in this position So to be able to deliver feels really good and and obviously with my son area thrown felt pretty good too so. Yeah I would say I would say it definitely. was definitely a special night. But especially this year, we allow more baseball to to win so honestly celebrate to get stuff and and And showered off and come back to Marlin through all during the sixty game season Bieber did not allow more than three runs in any starting in this game he allowed seventy talked about his struggles after the game Yes. I felt. Extremely prepared coming into the start just like every other start, the season and. Fell behind first hitter and and that I obviously didn't go as planned. I felt like overall looking back at the outing. Objectively. Just, wasn't as aggressive as I wish I would have been with my ob- speeds of in the zone and maybe some fastballs in and just challenging these guys a little bit more. I felt like I fell behind quite a bit and forced myself into some bad situations and so bad counts, and then you know all that on top of not having my stuff and making mistakes. Amounted to what came out of tonight so No excuses was. It was. Not. The the I start that. We wanted to get out. With and Me personally as well but we got two more games and and cookies go out there and do thing tomorrow and hopefully I'll get the ball back as soon as possible in these three series right away elimination games later today Carlos. Carrasco? Shame. Bieber just referenced the right there cookie versus Masahiro Tanaka

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Biden and Harris release tax returns before debate

All Things Considered

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Biden and Harris release tax returns before debate

"Before tonight's debate, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and running made Kamala Harris have released their tax returns. NPR's Brian Naylor reports, Biden paid a federal tax bill of almost $100,000 for 2019. The Bidens had taxable income of just under $945,000 last year running mate Kamala Harris and her husband, lawyer Douglas Am, Hoff reported income of almost 3.1 million and paid federal taxes of almost $1.2 million. The release of Biden's in Harris's tax returns comes a few days after the New York Times reported that President From paid $750 in federal taxes in each of the 2016 and 2017 tax years and nothing in 10 of the previous 15 years. Trump has refused to release his tax returns and is called The Times Report. Fake news.

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Find the Helpers with Fred Guttenberg

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

05:26 min | 1 year ago

Find the Helpers with Fred Guttenberg

"Hi My friend Fred I love you so much. Can you start please by reminding listeners of your story briefly tell us about who you were before Jamie was murdered and who you've become after. Was Murdered? It was just nothing more than your. Typical Dan of two kids to teach kids as a husband. Suburban lifestyle now. This week, that's the lifestyle community that was known to be super. And secure I also was rubber at a son. Who's going through the loss of mine? Her brother Michael From cancer related to service and. He died in October two, thousand seventeen. I want to thank Mr Collins Mr Naylor putting this together. But as I sit her today, I can't help but think. What an incredible metaphor. This room is. For the entire process. That getting healthcare and benefits for nine eleven. First responders has come to. ME. A filled room. Of nine eleven first responders. And in front of me. A, nearly empty congress. So, my wife took A. Forty. Two, thousand, eighteen. Months after my family's call to the loss of micro and as a family, we've never been through anything wiped out before this kind of significant loss we were fortunate. We just all were managing to live our lives and my brother's loss was the first. My parents had outlived their son and that's the worst thing that happened to her family. Right. It should have been the most overwhelming family ever experienced except four months. Later, my daughter was hard because I sent her to school I to school at fourteen to learn to be safe to laugh to be excited about coming home on Valentine's Day for the plan. I had set for life family and didn't work out that way shooter came into school at day my slide Jesse. Thank God I still get to. But J visitor cemetery and. As only, this kind of thing had harrison was the outlet. Grandparents should alain grandchildren. It. Stops inning for me and really understood the gravity of what happened. I went into this whole new life. I don't have the same life I had before and my wife actually became depended upon me. But upon the amazing people who I got to surround myself with WHO became a part of my life or who were already a if my life and I would emission and we're going to succeed we're going to change the. Politics of country we're going to pass on safety after November third every time I hear you till the story I feel like there is something a little bit more grounded in the way in which you tell your story, and I'm wondering if it is because you had this time to write this book and really reflect you've got a book coming called find the Helpers and before we get into that I, want to note The huge amount of praise. This book is already getting new have blurbs from members of Congress actors, activists, people from across the social and political spectrum, and they're all raving about it and I don't think in my life. I've seen such hype about a book even before it is released. So what do you think it is what do you think it is about finding the helpers that makes it so universally loved and also. Tell me about the process of writing it, and if it was Cathartic for you because I think we hear. So often people that tell stories an especially stories that are so close to your being your heart people always say you know it was Cathartic and it was their -Peutic for me to write. This is that how you felt writing it such a great question because this was not the case before Jamie was killed. Afterwards. Writing became my therapy in started doing social media. You know I became very prolific on twitter and I considered people twitter became force. My way of getting things out of me and those book just took to another level being able to sit down and think about all of the relationships what they meant to me about my daughter and what hurt lost means to me and others, and what my book really got to think about is people in a very different way because you hear the same things I hear people sock opticians, sock media. And I writing my book and I couldn't come to that conclusion any of these

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"naylor" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"naylor" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"As any in decades Brian Naylor NPR news meteorologists say the San Francisco Bay Area is about to get hit with a heat wave with the warmest weather since the corona virus outbreak began Paul Rogers from member station KQED has more forecasters are saying it should be the warmest weather so far in twenty twenty with temperatures hitting the nineties in the South Bay and a lot of the East Bay by Memorial Day and getting close to one hundred and some parts of the bay area by Tuesday there should be little fire risk because of recent rains but there are concerns that as the temperatures rise people in the hot inland communities will be flocking to beaches in search of cooler weather and that has public health officials concerned about big crowds and the corona virus Paul Rodgers reporting at the close on Wall Street the Dow was down eight points you're listening to NPR news in Washington for residents in central Michigan continued to evacuate their homes after days of widespread flooding fields and roads are reported to be under several feet of water officials say emergency crews have been feeling about three thousand sandbags to hold back some of the water about one in five adults in England believe the corona virus is to some extent a hoax that's according to research on conspiracy theories by the university of Oxford NPR's Frank Langfitt reports from London in addition researchers found nearly three out of five adults in England believe the government is misleading them to some extent about the cause of the virus and nearly one in ten strongly agree the China develop the corona virus to destroy the west which is utterly false the research was based on surveys of twenty five hundred adults earlier this month and published in the journal psychological medicine psychology professor Daniel Freeman whose lead researcher to the pandemic has the necessary ingredients to fuel conspiracy theories including sustained threat an enforced change he added that those who believe conspiracy theories are less likely to follow government guidance designed to save lives Frank Langfitt NPR news London officials in Pakistan say most of the ninety eight people on board died when a passenger plane went down just outside of the International Airport today in Karachi two people survived the crash a recording of the flight's final moments indicates the pilot was trying to land when one of the plane's engines failed the airline says an investigation is under way this is NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include fidelity wealth management where advisers work with their clients to develop flexible investment strategies that can evolve as their needs change learn more at fidelity dot com slash well fidelity brokerage services LLC you're listening to All Things Considered on ninety point three K. E. C. U. N. T. easy U. dot org California governor Gavin Newsom said by the end of today forty five counties in California will be approved to move forward into stage two of the state's re opening to correct what I said a little earlier both Monterey and Santa Cruz counties are working on the plane updates are expected next week from both those counties.

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Trump donor will be next head of the U.S. Postal Service

All Things Considered

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Trump donor will be next head of the U.S. Postal Service

"President trump supporting a Republican fundraiser in charge of the U. S. postal service financially embattled agency is often publicly targeted NPR's Brian Naylor reports Lois joy will become the new Postmaster General did you I. is a North Carolina businessman who's given millions to the Republican Party and the trump campaign and is currently the head of fundraising for the Republican National Convention he'll take over June fifteenth from Megan Brennan who announced her retirement last year the joys appointment comes as the postal service is in a critical financial state trump who has called the post office a joke has pushed the agency to quadruple its rates for shipping packages for companies such as Amazon who CEO Jeff bays those also owns The Washington Post a frequent target of trump's criticism the postal service is trying to negotiate terms of a ten billion dollar loan with the treasury department to ease its financial

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Thousands of IRS employees offer to go back to work after agency offers incentive pay amid backlog

NPR News Now

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands of IRS employees offer to go back to work after agency offers incentive pay amid backlog

"Internal Revenue Service is telling thousands of employees to return to work as early as today. Npr's Brian Naylor says some ten thousand mission critical employees are being recalled in an email the irs. As it's recalling workers who perform work that must be done at. Irs offices it says employees who return must bring their own face masks although the agency says it's trying to procure personal protective equipment. Democrats on the House Ways and means committee who made the email public called requirement irresponsible and unethical the National Treasury Employees Union which represents many irs workers says the agency told it the recalls would be voluntary with incentive pay but if not enough employees voluntarily returned the IRS would direct workers back to their offices

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"naylor" Discussed on Arty Farty

Arty Farty

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"naylor" Discussed on Arty Farty

"Blue eyed community and She said full well she every time. The nausea did something in fact she would hard just to try and prove them wrong and she bachelor and better and better and so much. How much The Nazis in a way to try and stop against She worked hard and she stopped and out Just being you know she was always good but then she became sake thin Germany then. She became third in Germany. And the Nazis. Talk to stop a competing so she went to England and side to compete for for for the British squad. She broke the British record The Nazis realized it was getting climbed bouncing for them because they were overlooking this brilliant. Brilliant US late Sunday said okay. We'll come back. We might let you compete So she came back and then. They took all the facilities. Why from her and so she competed even better and then in the end she broke the European record three weeks before the Olympic Games and to be paid just holiday she was the best high jumper and the whole of Europe. And you know she's well I don't want to give away too much about the story but but now the Nazis responded in a way that I was extremely unfair. I wasn't you know what I think is ridiculous So yeah so she she and my have a different approach to live because Biegman was fighting for a big community Jewish fighting for humanity and she was fighting for the For the for the Jewish people she was fighting against Hitler was saying whereas my was fighting against Linda. Different way she was going. You won't tell me who I am. I am an individual site for me and that both volleyed ways of fighting Nazis and I think but it's I'm inviting you to say what would you do. What would you do. You think the best way fighting them is by asserting your individuality saying I'm not I'm not race on a group or by saying I am. I am a group and we're going to start against how they found fascinating thing to to to write about. What's the most surprising thing that you've leant while researching if not display any of your other ones something? That was a real surprise discovery. I this you will surprise. You constantly surprising you looking for those moments to surprise in research. Because that's what makes you play him. Sixty because you. I'm interested by something. Then the audience will be so. There's millions of surprises. I I find in my research and try and putting them in my work did find it very surprising. In the case of Maya how modern the woman she was in I kind of thought that people from the Nineteen Twenties and thirties that women in nineteen twenties and thirties When allowed to express themselves in the workplace I might be I mean. I don't think you would have that with a British woman from that period. I think so the society would have been gang. Women shouldn't be seen out in public sort of kissing boyfriends and things and instead of which In the nineteen th the. The of the nineteen thirties was You know very very much like so women do today. I think and I found very interesting. Like to talk to us a little bit about important moments during your career and you've had such an interesting career. Let's take an lots and lots of twists and turns some K. MARTS. Do you have a standout moment in your career when you a that. I'm really really proud of myself. Full that find extraordinary. Seeing my work son cited into a language down speak. I went to Spain recently and it was on and they had to play Kodak Os. This is one of the first place route and it was on the chat show. Espanyol which is the the oldest in Europe on ksfo oldest working and it was built in the fifteen hundreds and It's a beautiful fit. I was massive out of now over a thousand seats all these guild balconies and things like that and then the actress came on and did multiply and I didn't understand it wasn't language. It was kind of weird sitting in this room thinking well. We're all here because this is something that came from my head on the one person do understand that it's the headache came from found out very very Interesting yeah but I do get very housing in other language. No nothing to get excited seeing other people take it on the making their own. Like you get that. That was another case and they did it in French.

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"naylor" Discussed on Arty Farty

Arty Farty

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"naylor" Discussed on Arty Farty

"Okay and would if you scratch. Do you think that juicy you being a performer yourself. It's easy to find those character voices regardless of whether they're male or female. Yeah it does. It does help. It does happen down simply having I if you if you like acting U. L. Think getting a sense of an audience is very important. Getting a sense of what audiences lied to here. I think So that does how in terms of like Bernie counter like giving them things to say but also I think Mariachi style. There's always being on us to get off on the teachers for this. Who has always been very conversational? I kind of I was always written. I've spoken and that is actually very useful school to learn even even learned my job as they wanted sort of things that that sounded a bit more sophisticated when I was almost using My tie today conversational language. What's being one of the most difficult things about writing about historical moment? Well there's a there's when you watch about historic hotel those always a kind of a I don you want to make. It seem as to as possible but you always have to make sure cents a tiny and sometimes I mean real. Life is a bit messy unlike the world of plays and fate and and and movies nomenclature movies. There's a beginning middle and an end in real life. Things don't work out not smoothie you know things Things there isn't always a moment of realization for people in real life and so to put events that happened in real life onto a state. You got to almost manufacturer and sort of a and and make the world thick the story so you have to bend to a little bit Two I you know. I think it's a it's a dilemma. All playwrights have You know being fat to people that I'm talking about Am I being fair to the story? I'm telling a good enough story by making it. One hundred percent through now most of the stuff in the play he's is true and it happened that their offerings because the the people in the story. I've kind of been forgotten a bit by history. Right huge gaps in our knowledge and you have to fill those in I know so. There's something about reading about people in the past where people don't always feel real. I think this is kind of like we feel detached by them and and you have to kind of a mansion. What the you know. You have to imagine what they were thinking. You have to put yourself in the shoes more than you would normally do his way just wanting dates and and You know talking about facts you need to to show what people fouled I think you mentioned Switzerland. Different mindset than than you would do if you're studying history in games. Euro sportsmen have no business with politics no politics with sport. What is an artist business in today's world where I'm F- for an office so I think We've all made your choice not to and the commitment to our. I think if we wanted to make money this very I people doing He don't make a lot of money but they want to make the world a better place and so for me personally I want somebody better place for my kids. I'll go to two small children and it's no coincidence that I started writing plays when I had my kids because I saw I I as a as a guy in his fifties I kind of wanted to make the world better for them for when they they have been and I think there's a there's a mole G. T. Do though I'm just want to talk a little bit about your creative process before coming back to the actual play and games. What process do you go through when you're running a new work do you map out the whole plot before writing a word orbits? Come to you along the way there's a mixture of both actually normally when I'm writing. I have an idea of when start writing until I know what the thing is. I want to write about if I wanted to say I think facism is bad. I'll stop that. I'll have an idea of roughly what the point is how account to admitting that you know. Have a rice. The county to having learned that they've made mistakes. I'm by the end. They've they've changed. That will will viewpoint become much fatter more humanitarian.

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Five sue driver of trash truck struck by GOP train in 2018

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Five sue driver of trash truck struck by GOP train in 2018

"Two years after a train carrying Republican members of Congress collided with a garbage truck near Charlottesville five passengers have filed lawsuits against the truck driver the trash company and the train engineer thirty two year old Dana Naylor junior was acquitted of involuntary manslaughter after a trial in which authorities alleged he drove a garbage truck on the train tracks in January twenty eighteen the collision killed a trash company employee and severely injured another passenger in the truck Miller has been targeted by at least eight lawsuits since the

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Schiff concludes by laying out case for abuse of power

Reveal

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Schiff concludes by laying out case for abuse of power

"Incident trump's attorneys begin their defense of the president today in the Senate impeachment trial in P. R.'s Brian Naylor reports the house impeachment managers wrapped up their case for removing trump from office last night for three days house Democrats argued that the president abuse the power of his office by withholding aid from Ukraine and pressuring Ukraine's president to investigate Joe Biden and his sons activities their lead has manager Adam Schiff told senators it could happen to them do you think for a moment that any of you no matter what your relationship with this present no matter how close you are this president do you think for a moment that he felt it was in his interest he wouldn't ask you to be investigated now the president's lawyers will have twenty four hours over several days to argue trump should be acquitted and say they're eager to begin their

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"naylor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"naylor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"All got paid for not doing a darn does I think that dream is sad think of all the things that money could have done yeah it just went into the pockets of rich people yeah thank jealous jealous well enough not actually because think about all the good it could do this is true the point I mean they could have all donated their salaries to charities this is true well it's not too late for them to do that let's hope that they actually band together do something like that because that would be really cool if they get what they want but time will tell okay but I would say that to me that's my only needs a new phone finger that's not right that's all you know with another one is better that's for more check out my talk one of seven one dot com or download the my talk out this stuff is stuff I talked earlier at the top of every hour and eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty on my top one of seven one so Naylor hello what would be the first to me all the you would have it have it six five one six four one one oh seven one what's the first meal you would have it.

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"naylor" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"naylor" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"I don't want it to be. But is be the decline of the MC you because I feel like they've exhausted their big name characters. So now, they're gonna go outside characters or not big name characters. Like, you know, not Thor Spiderman Sancti and who's next like the psychic for Spiderman miles Morales from not psychic book miles Morales like that kind of was getting those characters traverse miles. Morales is a big name. I think he would do very well in a feature film live action. It's it depends. If they re if they have different in our cases of captain America that we talked about this before like when it's still sell different actors, captain America, if it's not Steve Rogers, and I think it's all about the people you bring in bring good actors great directors, and yet the moral name, it might be hesitant her first. But if it's a good film. I think people catch on regardless of who it is look at the guardians. No one thought the guardians would be anything. And now, they're probably one of the biggest draws marvel has you know, so yeah, they start. Did with their be listeners. I mean, the universe started with ironman, ironman was not a Naylor's character before that movie. Really? He's top five. I think it was goes face killer was iron man's Piggott's fan. You know, you call himself Tony stark, but that's a deep cut comic reference. And which is weird to me because I ran is such a cool character the way that he was created his powers based on Howard Hughes that it took that long for audiences to recognize how cool he is. You just blew my mind. I'm is on before two thousand eight. Yeah. But we have before. So, you know, I think their biggest guy that they had the rights to was captain America, the captain because when he came out he was huge in the forties. They kind of play with that in the movie marvel. I mean, they're going to if they make this movie in the vein of one of the great Kong films of all time, if they're making that that's awesome to me. That means that they're branching out. I don't see a decline. I see a shift a little refreshing new characters cultures just something different than what we've gotten. You're gonna have to get creative. I mean like you said have their adventures four, assuming Daniels defeated right? What's next? Exactly. That's why I thought she tried to for things we try to introduce new characters get more creativity. Do something different and with good direction. Good. Good acting. So all around central plan of what's going to happen next..

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"naylor" Discussed on Fantastic Geeks (and where to find them)

Fantastic Geeks (and where to find them)

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"naylor" Discussed on Fantastic Geeks (and where to find them)

"They're streaming right now and now and now also now and now my next one is Shiloh. Oh, you know this book now novel by Phyllis, Reynolds Naylor. Published in nineteen Ninety-one. It's it's one of those sad dog books. I remember the movie on saw the move. Oh, I saw the movie. Is that about a dog? Yeah. Yeah. It's a diving movie up. Sure. It's the same thing. If you know, apparently I just like to sit in my forts when I was a kid and cry about. This is a sad dog book and I just remember it missing me up. I don't remember it though. What is it about specifically? This boy tries to save this dog. He likes those being abused by a neighbor or something like that. How did it resonate with you? But you just just just love. Dogs approaches. Yeah, deserve so much better. They do. You should love if you have a dog that lots of love or any animal. Any pets love it with all your hearts, take care of it. You know, I, it breaks my heart when I see people like he, you know, not only abusing animals, but just like leaving the mouth or forgetting about them or just, you know. Getting wrapped up in work in their animal's chill in their slid. Remember about them to give them some love to give them because they love you so much. He could dish. It'll my next book that I have is Dr Seuss. Just the whole. I choose between the cabinet hat in green eggs and ham. I love all Suess books of Horton hears a who I love the law. I love snitch is a, I love all of it. I loved. I was trash. All the Suess books. I just loved how colorful they were, how Wimsatt goal they were play full in fun, and I just loved reading them. A lot of Dr Seuss books is what I read when I was just learning how to read because I loved rhyming. So earn too, like I just wanted to learn how to read it. So I could rhyme it and I would like sing song it when I read it. So I remember reading those books a lot when I was really young and there are more serious ones like, oh, the places you'll go. Yeah, that's probably on my my honorable mentions. Yeah, places you'll go. That's a good one. Like that's a good. You know, a graduation present from your head it memorized, once upon a time for this declaration contest where you just like memorized a speech or something, and. Oh, that's cool. That was my and it was fun. I had to do that. My mom had to do that, and she made us learn her weird poem that she memorize and it was called the goups. And this thing it's called the goups. They lick their fingers. The goups they lick, they're not. I don't like they spill their broth on the table cloth and they leave disgusting lives. The goups they talk while they're eating and loud and fast they choose, can we kill the and that is why I'm glad that I am not a goop are you hell? No. So that's what my mom memorize leases, like everyone else like memorize, like intense, like. One little what other people had longer things, but she just had this little little paragraph. Yes. Oh my God, but I learned that. So I always used to say that as a candidate like the goop say, like gremlin kid like, whoa. And I'd always go, are you. Goups classic goups was it from? I have no idea if anyone knows what that's from. This is weird poem. My mom learned and that she taught me and my sister growing up. But yeah, that's again that's another like Dr Suzy. I loved rhyming. I didn't want to derive all the time. Okay. Yeah. Cool. Okay. But the last one kind of, but I think I'm gonna say, ready player, one. Mm-hmm. I'm a foreign when he gets mad. I know it has its downsides, but it was just a fun adventure for me, and I enjoy celebrating being a nerd and going on adventures news really fun for me any into a video game. Yeah. And I, I have no loyalty, no connection, no moustache for the eighties. So I didn't get majority of the references, but that's not what it was about. For me..

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"naylor" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"naylor" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"Yeah that sounds weird but it's true right so for a woman who was born with engines studi syndrome she's a woman unless i mean is very very practically unheard of for the most part for with complete engines incivility centrum to feel like anything the woman she's been raised as girl she's a woman in terms of identity so there's no pronoun issue for her it's true internally has got testes but that doesn't really matter she's always been a girl she's always been seen as a girl she has a social identity as a woman it's doesn't shift and the same might be true for somebody with ca age that they're either raised as girl raises a boy and it doesn't really impact their identity now that said you can have a person who's transgender who can have typical naylor typical female anatomy but feel that the gender assignment given to them is wrong or you can have somebody who has an intersex condition who is also transgender in the sense that they also feel as if the gender assigned given on his wrong and in some those circumstances folks will choose a pronoun that is different increasingly people choose what we've thought of historically as the plural crow on they or them which i think historic is likely in english to increasingly become a non gendered singular pronoun i think that's where english appears to be going so the product is just more about gender identity when we're talking about sex development we're talking about sex development not gender identity if that makes sense makes a lot of sense so i think that english is gonna go in the direction of accepting them and they as a singular pronoun we it hasn't officially happened yet but you'll hear it in a lot of people's language already even before the transgender movement became big people got tired of saying he or she and so they began to use them as a singular pronoun and i think that that's where english is going to go people need to recognize languages do evolve in so it's not that surprising english would evolve in some circumstance.

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"naylor" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"naylor" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"Personal invitation to join us i won't we'll teach you we we could teach you some job skits well my wife has a rule that i'm not allowed to have handle a hammer but i would like to learn how to do it well so i i'll i'll take you up on that larry we'll be tut's i'm sure thank you again thank you you know i really like those power naylor's you know you push a little button it drives a nail into think i could i have a rule you can't have a drill a drill either that's the last time i painted a painter was laughing i said it looks like a woodpecker here i made the wrong old yeah anyway he promises to give me some skills but doesn't it sound like a delightful fine in all the friendships that they make your in we've covered things like that when we did freelance television yeah we did texas i remember we did a bunch of stories after hurricanes we all these volunteers down people yep is this i'm going to put a link on its habitat dot org slash rv but you'll find it in the show notes for this episode this go to road trekking dot com slash one ninety and scroll down to the interview the week section and you'll you'll see our show notes there where we introduce you to larry and you'll see a link there and you don't have to have any experience you could register you can be part of the whole program the habitat rv caravanners program a check it out it it's it could be very very very rewarding spiritually for you as you just help other people the end of the of the week is brought to you by.

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"naylor" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"naylor" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Yes cutter cops josh naylor but yes i can i forget carter caps to see more interesting than even remember we entered a question on an email recently about what types of player or what specific players tend to get overrated in this era by stat people like us and we sort of thought well maybe it skies who have impressive stat costats stats but haven't translated into actual performance yet like maybe guys with good spin rates or exit speeds but for one reason or another just don't really have the traditional numbers and i'm wondering whether you think that there are guys who will just always look good via stat cast but not actually be good or whether those things always eventually come into alignment because that costats should be predictive they should in many cases reflect the true talent than tell us who is good or will be good but are there cases do think where someone stands out in a certain stat castet and it's just kind of a curiosity or misleading in a way absolute i think this gets into the difference between stats metrics measurements right like in terms of outcomes if you are great in expect weighted on base it's almost impossible for you not to be a great player because at his measuring actual outcomes in terms of skills yeah i mean you know look at core hellfire like aside has got a cannon for throwing arm crushes the ball as hard as anybody in baseball also strikes forty percent of the time so if he doesn't make contact literally none of the rest of it is going to matter he will not be a big league baseball player going back the south lugo.

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"naylor" Discussed on The Schmidt List

The Schmidt List

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"naylor" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Yeah we'll so our website obviously is is a great place it's a rail lab dot com so that's a u r e l i u s l a b dot com we also host our own podcast not to cross promote but fellow podcasters so you understand you can check that out and that's free and you we also fourteen day free trial you can kick the tires on a raliess and check out what we're doing there to to learn more about me you know lincoln twitter's probably a great place twitter i'm less active but i share a lot of stuff we're doing on a raliess just my thoughts and musings if you want to call them that it's just zack naylor's ac k any war on twitter and then lincoln and pretty i'm pretty easy to find a hopefully i don't i don't let you down when you do find i say that all the time zach so that's great and i'll put stuff in the show notes for at the end of the podcast but jack thank you so much for the conversation it was great i appreciate you taking the time to come out today yeah wonderful i enjoyed it thanks i want to thank zach for joining me and make sure you check out raliess labs dot com for more on what zack's been working on in upcoming episodes i'll be answering some listener questions go to schmidt hyphen list dot com in under them in you'll you'll find a link to submit a question fill out the form and i'll answer your questions on future episodes i'm looking forward to hearing from you also make sure to stop out and say hi on april eighteenth at padilla for my talk with the product development managers association and come out to hear me speak at twin cities product conference on may seven at the minnesota history center if you or your business is interested in designing and building the most beautiful software take a look at foundry makes dot com and do me a favor before you sign off i know it's been a long episode but make sure to go to itunes and leave a review because it really helps other listeners find this show appreciate your time thanks for listening we'll see next week.

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"naylor" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"naylor" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Yes no the snapdragon on tv are seeing sean naylor asked me how long indian i say god saw asked me why god two thank god we may be god's odd way you on every the islamic hi am never made a song did i did not people always changing colors like stop triumph gore you left it goes unknown what was lurking nick see this from it's gone take your nine of god god tell them god taught me jason god john navy asked me albanian icegov jaw asked me why on tiffany not god this dictated.

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"naylor" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"naylor" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"Mentioned pearly may and as you're talking i'm thinking well how great would it be if jennifer lewis did something where she portray pearl bailey and now what you could on what i'm thinking as you're talking thinking about it does have to be the whole life of pearl bailey it could be a small small chapter where it's like the making of uh that that carol channing stevie special that they did or something to do with her husband was but he rich was her husband a pro probate yeah the drummer i think would probaly husband yeah yeah yeah he wants a drama he again again naylor v drummer yes anyway long story long as i you know there's so many things you can do what do you want to do what are the projects in your mind your vast imagine whether some very exciting things going on right now that there are people at grab annan snip in an creeping around and in that funny at all these i know but you know what role let me just be honest i guess i wasn't ready emotionally and spiritually um i've always kept myself together physically and mentally but you know it one cannot be where one is not and what i change anything at one step all right it was at one level but that another store at that moment in chicago waited i'll go in and they will never be able to find the body smothering i hadn't had perhaps reduction watson slobbering i left him there but don't know what happened now ladies new go and seek you know i'm always on a c can destroy videos.

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"naylor" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"naylor" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"But i'll take a look right i think you're the cat because we're for once when a record in this in a studio over our our podcast headquarters we are recorded in a room at our actual headquarters and i watched you walk past this room on your way to a completely different ruling ciller mirror his that was very cats cud like edge who you who who would you be well i ever wants to the right because we lister i really now but he's a hero is he though he's a bit smell easing yet i love lister but his personal hygiene issues and i can't do it he's now beyond that if you watched the light of onesies now got perfect personal hygiene and he's the romantic lead okay so to the shoes olestra so you're lister your lister bags your cat you yourselves are weird crichton remember high i also you don't know what the hell that it with you and and i knew i think plaintively we all know intuitively all right listen before we we get a talking about red warfare and and you know and what it means to us and what is mentors over the years and episodes that sort of thing we're going to hear from most of the cast of series 12 and the show's cocreator doug naylor and i did this you did this johnny he did as a couple of weeks ago the came into our studio in central london and you were talking to.

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"naylor" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"naylor" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Either already a library from junior writer perot sort all i didn't go to college either he i have a question so the hockey you've played it every single level yucca every single level in were or i played my first year perot going west virginia the wheeling naylor's how old are you nineteen so you couldn't even go to the wheel and casino there are we had a fake id we go there they're dead probably the worst strip club in the world is insane yeah not the best stripclub they're unwilling west mall so you played for the wheeling now there's and then went how many years after that you get drafted the penguins or is that your after you jeffrey payments i was drafted their source on entry level contract and they had a bunch should demand so i started my first year in wheeling played there for like the better part of two years and then jumped up to wilkes barre which is eighty where scranton wilkes but he added the and then and then finally after my own chewed level i made the job but i played the fifteen games the one europe lay with pittsburgh penguins denda and i was there for about twenty five twenty six which was the year they ended up winning it gonna did you get a we get ring viewing stanley cup you get a what you get no i don't know what the rule is in your sport but i it's it's it's kind of got you gotta get the play a playoff game or be up for more than half the season to get a ring now that means the honor hate you.

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