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"neville" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

06:33 min | 8 months ago

"neville" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"Each person has their own skills right. And so like when you mentioned perhaps this should be a series and it is true because not a lot of people understand what their skills are perhaps. You're you're more audio driven. So you hear so. Then you apply the the telephone technique. Because you hear somebody saying something to you. What if you're really good visualization right. Then you would see what if you're good at feeling emotion right because at the end of the day it doesn't matter which sense you're going to use eyes ears nose mouth touch. It doesn't matter which one you're going to use because the technique is exactly the same. It is all a matter of how you funnel the technique through who you are. That's that's the core but a lot of people don't necessarily know who they are or how they interpret and and understand information. So that's part of if i'm sure we'll get questions on it in the workshop but then for part to like teaching people how do you do it like what's your personality like you've gotta bring you to the table to interpret nevels information and apply it. So yeah that's that's what. I'll be teaching. They're great and the good thing about the technique. Is that these aren't super complex. Like engine alluded to there. Are these techniques. But you need to know which one works best for you. Based on where. You're at in the life experiences that you had in your strengths particularly and it'll be interesting because we'll be in a live setting in some people might be more auditory. Some people might be able to visualize something. Some people might be able to sense it and it's good to see how different people respond and how people find their own version of the technique far themselves. That's going to happen because it's live workshop and so ended up. Who who is this workshop for and after that if you can tell us what people get lot wrong about manifestation. This workshop is for anyone really. Who's been seeking to become more more of a conscious creator. They're not just going along. Villi nilly and just life happening to them so they want to make life happen instead of react to life happening right. This is for those kinds of people whether you've been on this path for a long time. Because i know some people who've been practicing never for over forty years ago right and so they have their own personalities and their way of doing things so if you're a beginner if you're an intermediate even if you are a pro at it. I find that even as pros we learn right we learn and that's what we do. We're the original. I learned readopt right. And what was the other part of the question. Will the other part was what some myths or misconceptions things that people get wrong when it comes to manifestation well. I like to make it a little bit easier. I wouldn't say there's a right or wrong. I i wouldn't say that because if you say you're doing it wrong then that brings on its own punishment sometimes and you second guess yourself so what i find that people people need to actually understand how manifestation works like. There's dr joe dispenser he tells you about the quantum field but for some people best so big to grass right. So how i do it is i have this keen ability to explain how things work in an easy to understand way so even if you go back and you listen to dr joe or dr bruce. You're gonna understand quantum just because of the way. I break it down for you. Not because that's my superpower but that's my skill that i have developed over my few decades of life. That's my skill. Because i i had to develop that skill right. That was when i was growing up in church. I could sing and an and lead worship before. I could read so i had to learn how to engage a congregation read the congregation but then when i spoke scripture i had to explain scripture and i'm a child and these are grown ups so i had to learn how to explain something to anybody in way that each individual would understand and that was years and so that's a skill that i knew i put my work and effort into and it wasn't something that i knew that it was a skill i understood. It was a skill based on. Who i am when i was applying. Never got it. So that's why it's important to understand who you are what you bring to the technique very very true so action tribe. This as you might see is a three hour workshop in the first portion. At when i be doing an intro which would be about twenty minutes getting to know all the dandies Typically these workshops attended by about thirty to forty. Maybe more live at andy's so getting to know everybody intros ride because the intention is the most important so i sort of set the stage in lead. Lenore they can expect so that happens about dixon. What twenty twenty. Five minutes after that and you would start. Her presentation are her shedding about Neville garnered methods techniques training in also in her wonderful way. She's going to explain it so that you're able to understand and absorb and find out what works for you so that's sort of the foundation which is going to happen and that will take about an hour or fifteen minutes after we take a small bio break and after that once you have the foundations and you sort of know maybe already created your ideal state or your image in terms of what you want to manifest that that's when i will be doing the breath work journey and for those of you who are new to breath. While doing an intro to breath work docking about You know the origins of bradford work as well as why you need to pay more attention to bright's work and how it can help also..

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"neville" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

08:12 min | 8 months ago

"neville" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"Because you say you narrate or books in all his works which i found really useful. Unlike allegra discussed i feel navels. Got a national guards. Techniques and methods would be amplified if we are able to blend with some breath work and music and mantra and guided intentions. And that's how this collaboration came about right. Yeah for sure and i. He's just so his work is just so yes they call him the greatest mystic and when he speaks to you he kind of he elevates you. He makes you. He's not going to water it down for you you know. He speaks in such a way. That it elevates you you have to rise to what he's saying. And so i i find that sometimes that can be a little bit challenging for people and so this is why i do my best to explain what that process is that he's telling you to do and the reason why he was so successful is because he grew up in church and he was always reading the bible. He was always by himself. He was always thinking and communicating with himself. So he's much more advanced in that relationship with self than we are in this day and age. Because we've got so many distractions were as. He didn't so what his technique is to the point. He doesn't beat around the bush. If you practice it'll succeed. That's that's what. I like about his technique. I am very very true. And his method of delivery was workshop right. He's to go someplace. Friday or something needs to meet with people who used to come in easter deluded in a workshop style and i feel that was missing these days because people only have access to books and of his books are in order for He's fifty years now right and audio. Also it's a little bit broken. It's not proper as i felt that this workshop is very opportune occasion where people cannot just come across his work To your teaching and guidance but they're also able to have felt expedients. Live on zoom. And i felt that we need to keep in mind the accessibility as around the world can join an affordability. Because we don't wanna make it too expensive and restrict access to people who need it the most right for sure. Yeah and. I really liked the way in like i said before the way you teach you guide and talk about the work of national guard when it comes to manifestation and i'm sure that attendees were always looking for different ways to manifest and seek out and and and relax And so far. Maybe they've come across some of the law of attraction right the secret diary of teachings. I feel that Never god's work is more authentic and more direct. Yes it is it is and truthfully all you have to do is apply it but i you know what i've i've been fighting though because i do get a lot of emails from people will what about this. What about that. And i'm like if you're going to focus on technique focus on a technique as opposed to jumping around. And i'll try this. Try that. Because i think we're all looking for this magic bullet. This secret sauce. Kinda sorta thing when actuality it is the work right it is the application rate. So if you if you do if you apply what he's teaching you you'll be successful at it so you just stay the course. That's what i've really been noticing a lot lately. Bright because people don't understand that we manifesting all day every day. There's there's no break from station. There is none whether you are this whether you are in this body or your consciousness is elsewhere manifestation happens because it is it is part of the loss of creation. Yeah we have somebody saying hello great to see you live. I follow the law for traction. Now this person is. It shows facebook user because they are watching this from our facebook group and for some reason. Facebook groups has his way off not revealing the name of the person. But if you say saint permission something like that you we should be able to see who you are but let us know the dillas what your name is the comments. So that i'm also able to see. But i know that you're from our facebook group which means you are a special identity so angela. Why do you feel neville goddard's techniques and his approach is different. You sort of alluded to a little bit but for somebody who is maybe new to his work. Why do you feel his works. Out of stands out has work stands out because of who he is as i mentioned before he he did spend a lot of time alone in meditation just in contemplation and so he was always in tune with that part that he calls i am right and so he had a relationship with his consciousness because also what other people don't understand what never understood was he was not as body. You're not your body. I'm not my body. We are the consciousness within our bodies. So you've got to develop a relationship between your consciousness and your body right. And so that is what he has done he because he had so much time to practice right and so that's why he's so unique because he lived the experience on a daily basis and he can only teach you from where he was coming from. So this is why he uses a lot of scripture. You see and a lot of people get lost in the scripture simply because of how we were raised right. This is what god said. And if you don't do it. God's way but nevertheless telling you that scripture is psychological in nature. It's it's an allegory you learn. It's not a this happened. you know. And in some aspects yes he's absolutely correct and in other aspects. Well we'll leave that for another time but for that that's what it is. He had a really great connection with his higher self his consciousness. That's why it was. So that's why technique is so powerful and because you say you talk about the importance of the work. It almost feels like we need to make this cds one workshop and maybe we will action tribe. If we feel that there's a lot of demand and people really enjoyed this experience we are definitely going to make sienese but this is gonna be The initial pivotal workshop do share with you these techniques and methods that have for at least thirty to forty or fifty years been accessible and people all around the world have been doing it except that Most of the people would appreciate some guidance in an expedience other than having to do everything themselves. And terry miller says action drive members day. Great to see you terry. I mean we can't see you but good to see that ding terry so so maybe if you can tell us what are you gonna share during. This workshop gives us a glimpse into your portion of the presentation. Well share the technique that neville is the court technique it branches off into some other things. There's a telephone technique. there's a what if there's the isn't it wonderful but it's all the same core thing. Meaning.

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"neville" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

06:21 min | 8 months ago

"neville" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"Angela it's wonderful to have you on our show and on the street. It's a pleasure to be here. Thanks for having me so for people who maybe don't know you tell them a little bit about you. Maybe a little bit of your background and how you can serve and how you support a little bit about me Well i'm also from barbados. The same tiny island that never got heard was from. And that's how. I i guess you could say stumbled upon him because i just happened to be scrolling youtube one day and i saw his last name and i thought wait last name. You don't hear that. And so i pushed on the video when he was speaking and i was like he. Sounds like my granddaddy. Because it's the same dialect right. And so i started to review his staff and because i had been you know like following esther hicks and and those kinds of people back in the day like doctor was lived in you know and so that's how i discovered neville and for me i what am i am a practitioner of traditional chinese medicine. And i guess right where. I'm supposed to be because that's what triggered me to start even looking at things because i found that confucius. The philosophy was so ingrained in the practice itself traditional chinese medicine. Yes you have meridian's but there's a specific way. And that's how i ended up all the way down this rabbit hole because i've found that they all use laws creation. The best a little bit about me. And i'm a mom then go. Status is amazing. It's fascinating how one thing leads to the other and You know like you were on youtube and you obviously looking for something to are some inspiration and you come across national guard his surname in resonates with you and you find out that he is also from barbados and he keeps keeps saying that member his some of his order streams but not streams video. He didn't do a live stream or in some of his videos. He keeps saying that. I am from barbados from barbados and You know something fascinating about The would you consider. Bobby does Of the best West indian islands. Yes is what it is. It's visible aspect of the restaurant. Yeah but something fascinating about That region whether it's weather and the islands and the mix of cultures in the food in the music and the dance. I haven't really been there. But i do want to go there someday. When was the last time you went there. I was home in two thousand seventeen. Yeah that's the last time i was there. Yeah yeah but it was lovely. It's all of the above. Actually make it so crate. But i probably just biased. 'cause i think we're the best island but that's just me again. I'm just biased. Haven't i haven't been to any of the other caribbean islands. Because we don't we don't normally island hop you know. I think i think this younger generation. And maybe my sister that time. They do a lot of island hopping. But i i never did any island topping. Yeah so then you come across never got out and then what happens. Next is books you come across his staff online and warn about his work. Catches your attention. Well i got his books. I got the complete reader. It had all of his books in it that he'd written and so i started to read them all. Now i'm a narrator. That's my that's one of my trades. I guess you could say. And i tend to read out loud anyway because it's how i understand when i read out loud and so i thought hm i should read this out loud and record it for other people not just myself because i like to go back and listen because this is again. This is how i learn. So what resonated with me not only was it the biblical scripture. Because that's how. I was raised as well with the bible and seeing it from his perspective the way he explained the bible as being a psychological as opposed to historical right so that resonated with me but then i had also been reading the emerald tablets of both the atlantic or hermes trim augusta's at been reading. Those and then i was reading was like wait a minute. This is the laws of creation. This is the law. And so that's what really drew me in to see how he explained. The law makes makes sense. That makes sense joke for somebody who's watching right now. Let us know that you're here. Make sure you shed the stream because we are about to announce a very important announcement and a workshop that. I'm sure that you are going to love. Because i'm always looking for new and exciting people to collaborate with an i've done At least four. Maybe five workshops this year now with people in a eurovisa in Like method acting or waste dialogue and Also planned to some workshops in the tundra bennett to do a workshop in iowa. D'albert more for you know like What do you call it anti aging and things like that so a lot of really fascinating topics and i thought that we need to speak about manifestation but particularly the neville garnered way and like we discussed before this angela You know one of the ways. I got to know you was to podcast right..

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Tony Blinken Puts a Spin on America’s Successful Surrender to the Taliban

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | 9 months ago

Tony Blinken Puts a Spin on America’s Successful Surrender to the Taliban

"How do you have a diplomatic mission without an embassy. How do you have a diplomatic mission when you had to close your embassy at a fears that your own citizens would have to be killed where we had to bring the flag down. How exactly does diplomacy work with that. Tony blinken you see. One of the great misnomers is that diplomacy can solve everything when it comes down to diplomacy is only effective when you have a big sword and a stick than the person across the table from you if you're going to rely solely on diplomacy with evil people. I got a book by neville chamberlain to sell you. Cut thirty one. Us military flights and ended in our troops department afghanistan. A new chapter of america's engagement with afghanistan has begun. It's one in which we will lead with our diplomacy. The military missions over a new diplomatic mission has begun the diplomatic mission that we don't have an embassy and we have no way to actually execute it now. Do you notice how they are. Experts not governing but at deflecting and dodging one thing. That blinken is very good. At is changing words get not necessarily always changing definitions but changing the essence of what is being set. A great example is when he was asked the other day. I think we have this tape. We played it earlier. But it's worth playing again when they said well. Did you give this to the taliban he said i didn't give lists. We gave over manifests but isn't a manifesto list. I know but we gave her a manifest. You asked if i gave over lists. We didn't give a list. We call it a manifest. therefore it's not a list play. Take the idea that we shared lists of of americans or others with the taliban is simply wrong. What was share in specific so in specific. Instances when you're trying to get a bus or a group of people through End you need to show a manifest to do that because particularly in cases where people don't have the necessary credentials on the documents on them Then you you'll share names of the list on people who busted. They can be assured that those were people that we're we're looking to bring. Yeah so again. We call manifest ladder listed in list.

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RIP to America's Prestige

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:27 min | 9 months ago

RIP to America's Prestige

"Walter. Russell made in the wall. Street journal begins his column. You were given the choice between war and dishonor. You chose this honor and you will have war. Winston churchill's words to neville chamberlain following the munich agreement echo grimly across washington. This week as the by administration reckons with the consequences of the worst handled foreign policy crisis since the bay of pigs and the most devastating blow to american prestige. Since the fall of saigon american prestige is very important not for ego reasons but because american prestige is the guardian of liberty in the world. Joe biden believe three things about afghanistan. I that he could stage dignified an orderly withdrawal from america's longest war. By the way you know we had. I believe twenty five hundred soldiers. We had no no not one soldier died then one american military person this past year. What what was the necessity of leaving. Everything that is happening is was completely predicted predictable. I predicted it. That's in print. And i'm i'm not a prophet. I'm just not a leftist

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'We Have a Deal': Biden Announces Bipartisan Infrastructure Agreement

America in the Morning

02:02 min | 11 months ago

'We Have a Deal': Biden Announces Bipartisan Infrastructure Agreement

"Biden's proposal on infrastructure correspondent Clayton Neville tells us the president is applauding the bipartisan effort to strike a deal. After months of negotiations, President Biden with a bipartisan group of lawmakers behind him, had an announcement. We have a deal, Republican Senator Susan Collins applauded her colleagues on both sides of the aisle. We've agreed on the price tag the skull And how to pay for it. It was not easy to get agreement on all three, but it was so essential the Bills price tag $973 billion over five years or 1.2 trillion over eight years. President Biden admitted it wasn't the deal he wanted. None of us got what we all whether we want it. They gave more than I think. Maybe there were inclined to give in the first place, but this reminds me of the days we used to get awful lot done up in the United States. Congress, Democratic Senator Kirsten Cinema called the agreement a historic investment in infrastructure. We all Gave some to get some because what we did was put first the needs of our country. Republican Senator Rob Portman said. The investment covers more than roads and bridges, lots of other kinds of infrastructure, including broadband, including our water system and a rail system, all of which is good for the economy. This will lead to more efficiency in our economy, Higher productivity, more economic growth. This is about the long term. Specifically, the agreement includes $109 billion on roads and highways. 15 billion on electric vehicles in transit in $65 billion toward broadband. Other investments to on airports, drinking water and climate change. President Biden insisted the proposal will create jobs. This still makes key investments to put people to work all across the country building transmission lines. Upgrading the power grid. To be more and more energy efficient and resilient and extreme weather to be able to sustain system rather and the climate crisis as far as how the deal will be paid for a variety of sources, including

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Tropical Depression Claudette Kills at Least 12 in Alabama

America This Morning

01:58 min | 11 months ago

Tropical Depression Claudette Kills at Least 12 in Alabama

"Least 12 people were killed as a result of tropical Storm Claudette, which drenched parts of the southeast with torrential rain over the weekend. Correspondent Clayton Neville reports during the storm 10 people died in a fiery crash on an Alabama highway. Claudette dropped as much as 12 inches of rain along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Parts of Alabama and Georgia also got hammer. Flash flood watches lasted through the weekend, a 24 year old man and a three year old boy reportedly killed when a tree fell on their house outside Tuscaloosa. And in Butler County, a horrific crash about 35 miles south of Montgomery on Interstate 65, 9 Children and one adult dead. A van from a youth home for abused or neglected Children, was carrying eight of the victims. The adult driver of that van survived, but it's believed her four and 16 year old kids died in the crash. 29 year old man and his nine month old daughter also killed. Authorities believe the vehicles likely hydroplaned on wet roads. More than a dozen were involved and several fully engulfed in flames. It's a tragedy not only for ranches, it's not only a tragedy for Alabama It's a national strategy, Michael Smith, the CEO of the Alabama sheriff's youth Ranches, told ABC News. The vans from the Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch in Camp Hill. It was coming back from Gulf Shores where the kids went for a vacation. They all wrote me a little sticky nose and oh, But the sticking those over my office saying Now they look forward to being down there and and they end together. He told ABC. He was able to make the trip to visit the girls for a few days before the crash. I can't tell you what it meant to me. And and I just know in my heart that it meant something to them A go fund me account now set up for Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch to help offset the funeral costs and counseling. As for Claudette, the system continues to move east with potential for more heavy

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What to Expect From Biden's First Foreign Trip as President

First Light

02:13 min | 1 year ago

What to Expect From Biden's First Foreign Trip as President

"Biden already well into his second day, now his first full day of activities of his first overseas trip as chief executive. Clayton Neville reports on the first round of activities. Michael the president and first lady were greeted by American troops and their families at Royal Air Force milled in home. The first lady assured the troops that supporting them is her top priority. You are heroes, and that's why supporting you is so personal to US President Biden embarking on an eight day trip with the purpose of reasserting the US on the world stage at every point along the way. We're gonna make it clear that the United States is back. And democracies of the world are standing together to tackle the toughest challenges and the issues that matter most to our future. That we're committed to, leading with strength. Defending our values. And delivering for our people. The trip started with some good news from the White House. The Biden administration announced an agreement with Visor to purchase 500 million covid vaccine doses to be donated to more than 90 lower income countries over the next year. Busy week for the president to laid out his agenda. I'm heading to the G seven, then to the NATO ministerial and then Meet with Mr Putin to let him know. What I want him to know. That meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin will come in Geneva next weekend, of course, is one of the more high profile meetings on the trip with a rising number of cyberattacks linked to groups in Russia. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said the president's discussion with Putin will be significant. It's about a relationship of clarifying What our expectations are and laying out that if certain kinds of harmful activities continue to occur, there will be responses from the United States. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked if the president was ready for the Putin meeting and others He's been getting ready for 50 years, he has been on the world stage. He's known a number of these leaders for decades, including President Putin and including a number of the leaders, he'll see it NATO and he'll see at the G seven in the days ahead. The U. S expected to re engage in the

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Harris, in Guatemala, Warns Potential Migrants: 'Do Not Come'

John Williams

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Harris, in Guatemala, Warns Potential Migrants: 'Do Not Come'

"Border during her first foreign trip since taking office correspondent Clayton Neville says Harris was visiting with leaders of Central American countries. While visiting with the president of Guatemala Vice President Kamala Harris had a message for Central Americans considering making the trek to the U. S. Do not come. Do not come. Harris adamantly discouraged illegal immigration and insisted the U. S will enforce laws and secure the border amid a continued search, and I believe If you come to our border, you will be turned back. So let's discouraged. Our friends, our neighbors, our family members from embarking on what is otherwise an extremely dangerous journey. The vice president stressed the Biden administration's plan to improve conditions in Central American countries by doing away with the desire to leave. She announced the creation of a task force to combat human trafficking and drug smuggling in the region when we see some of the most vulnerable in our communities Being take advantage of Being sold for profit being abused. It should be a priority for all of us who care about the human condition and humanity. Another task force will target corruption, which has been prevalent in some of the region's governments. Our Justice Department, our Treasury Department and our State Department will work together to conduct investigations and train local law enforcement. To conduct their own. The vice president promised community outreach, including a new program focused on creating education and economic opportunities for girls. We will also invest in agribusiness. And affordable housing and supporting entrepreneurs back home. Harrison's trip isn't sitting well with some Republicans who blame

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R&B Singer Aaron Neville, 80, Retires From Touring

Res-Q Health Line

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

R&B Singer Aaron Neville, 80, Retires From Touring

"Fans of Aaron level won't have many opportunities to hear him live from now on the Little Day R and B singer his officially retiring from touring on a post on his official website and social media, Nevel says the idea of touring is no longer Appealing to him. He is 80 years

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12 European Soccer Clubs Announce New Breakaway Super Leagues

The Lab

02:06 min | 1 year ago

12 European Soccer Clubs Announce New Breakaway Super Leagues

"On sunday. The world of soccer was rocked by the announcement that some of the biggest clubs in europe are forming a super league not unfortunately to fight super villains but to play very lucrative soccer matches against one another. The owners of the proposed twenty team super league spun it as a way to help fix what has been broken about the wife of champions league and take soccer the next level there are twelve breakaway clubs so far three from italy event is inter milan and a c milan three from spain. Barscelona real madrid and let it go. Madrid and six from england manchester city manchester united liverpool chelsea arsenal taught name hotspur spurs just fired head coach josie marino finally making him the first coach sacked in the super league era how exciting the blowback to the super league announcement has been swift and harsh a monday for president. Alexander shefrin called breakaway owners. Snakes and promised that players on those clubs who play in the super league will be banned from participating in the world. Cup or the euro's on sky sports monday night football former player and coach gary neville issued basically a call to arms to all english football fans players and coaches to stop the super league the trade monopoly. A closed shop atonement. Where you're to be in western molester in champions league places forget it. They don't get into the champions league anymore doesn't matter where they finish in the league was the point they take away everything in this country. The pyramid the sincerity of competition the state integrity of competition that we value and the taking it away. Yeah we know that. Monday nights have got more money. We know liverpool of moment. And we know the moment we can live with without. They'll always be top clubs who have more money but they can be beaten by sheffield united. Oh mickens role with fulham and trying to take that away to create franchise football. Never it can never happen.

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

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

03:20 min | 1 year ago

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

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

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

02:59 min | 1 year ago

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

"A huge work in progress in that friend. For many years ago has been developed. The script and now indy crowdfunding stage believe they're going through kickstarter to try and get funding and as you know with any film project The amount of dollars you have has a profound effect on what you can do. Sure until we know what our budget is I'm loosely designee creature ideas for it and He has written a role specifically for me as an actor which is nervy but higher a. Welcome the challenge. That was my career before right. Call it a career And it'll be fun to to where that once again. Oh cool that sounds like fun. Why films are made very differently. I think the crowdfunding thing is a very cool way to get it done. It's amazing it really is a very wonderful because those types of films are fan generated fan based and you know if you're a fan and you got five bucks to get to participate in something that yeah it's five dollars and what does five dollars and the scheme of a film. Well at least five dollars is a bag of fries in craft sources for someone all adds up. It's one of the years one of the many moving parts that makes a difference. Five bucks five bucks now. Yeah and. I think that it's such a cool way for almost anyone who's got five bucks or whatever it is you dollar to be a part of something and get to watch. That's something come together and also for those who are doing it. Having my books do and realize their dreams is like appear lynch. Lastly i would say that the cool thing is because the show does a lot of prosthetics and sage of digital makeup and kinda mixing both or calling one way or the other. I guess you know. How do you stand in that area with With the digital makeup being incorporated or being used on its own. I haven't very strong opinion about it. Is people need to realize those who overly support digital and those who overly disc digital the need to realize that. It's a good thing no matter how you slice it and the complaint that digital ruins everything and bad. Cg it's so obvious when something is cg which if you take that phrase. It's so obvious that it cg okay. It's also obvious when it's practical. Neither of those you want to have happened. It's obvious because it's.

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

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

05:20 min | 1 year ago

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

"Nothing of his personality. So you know. Let's expect when you meet a celebrity He was such an interesting sweet grape. Judge as well because he brings to the table judging it perspective that when the and i have but not to the degree that michael did not is everyday same makeup that he has to perform in and glenn's worn make up. I think the may have Make up. I'm talking about like prosthetic. Yeah i've also been under a lot of rubber as well so it really. I think it's an important thing to have a respect and appreciation for what they go through. Yeah because it's it's it's not as easy as it seems actually to wear rubber and perform and being an all day so it was. It was great sitting next to michael and having a chance to talk to him about his experience as a character. Yeah and the other thing too was just before mr west mart. The very idea that. I'm sitting next to michael jordan. Who he his character his on is the face of klingons war so many millions of people thousands but millions and to come in. Jj and create a clean on that is slightly modified. I did ask him not not good. You like it. But i hope you didn't mind what we did. Because you know becomes personal. I made assumption for him That he is and he goes defines klingon but it was interesting. Response was something to the effect you know. I'm i'm just one of the guys who played going on. And you're not a guy who's klingons. We get a chance to play so he. He was very respectful of that to as opposed to saying something disparaging. He was very supportive. That's cool that's very cool. Yeah there's more fi taught so stay tuned back on sci-fi telecom tony tomato. I have a lot of favorite moments on the show but when you guys did the old west that was so cool that was really a lot of was really no kidding and i have a second favorite and that gave you guys a whole different perspective when you guys were also contestants on the show. That was wild boy. Yeah that's that that was an important episode. Not only entertaining..

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

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

04:58 min | 1 year ago

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

"And that forced me as designer to come up with rationale and justification that would make sense for. I felt rather fortunate than i was able to tap into a pre existent. By reason of why something would be read. So i respectfully after that person why it is red but yeah that's ticker creature was still a fair blind Simply because it satisfied. Jj's kinda crazy ideas read and hundreds of is all over. Funny still trying to make sense of the dialogical. I really been off topic. But it was great and also it was spock. Who chased him off with a with a torch so that was kinda neat too so that was nice me from that standpoint but i was upset until jj behind your bad ass creature torch come on. That's true that's true. Face off is such an incredible show. I mean it's The contestants are it's stay seem to. He seemed to recruit really good people every year. And i'm noticing. There's more women joining the show. Now which i think is awesome i. I think you've opened a lot of doors for female designers to show. Oh yeah like so. Many industries unfortunately their male dominated and any time. We have an opportunity in life on this planet to get women into the forefront If not meeting certain industries we're doing a service to those industries into the perception and role of women on a bigger scale. So yes it's faith up small show in the scheme of making the world a better place. But i'm proud to be part of something that is influencing women and allowing them to realize that they have every bit the opportunity to be a part of a world that has historically been a more bias towards the male gender. Yeah and the thing that i find exciting to is at it. Not just women in their twenties but it's It's young girls seems to be the quite a few people that are on my twitter and facebook feed our young girls. And i find that really interesting from a demographic standpoint to why would that be and.

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

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

04:44 min | 1 year ago

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

"How are you doing great doing great great to talk to you. We've actually you probably don't remember but we've met at comecon a few years ago before you got the the faceoff role so yeah it was nice to talk to you. Then and extremely princess leia. No no none of us were. We were just ourselves. Yeah but it was a lot of fun and we talked. It was a really nice conversation. So i appreciate it then and i was very happy. You got the at your your judge face off because you're more than qualified to do that awesome. Well thank you appreciate it. You know the star trek thing is a great idea and especially with michael west moore has a mentor on the show. I'm surprised it didn't happen sooner. But kind of talk you talk about that a little bit and And and kind of like what to challenge is for the contestants that particular episode as you just indicated. I really special from us. Yeah i'm having been so involved with star trek on many different levels..

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‘Assassin’s Creed’ Live-Action TV Series in the Works at Netflix

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:02 min | 1 year ago

‘Assassin’s Creed’ Live-Action TV Series in the Works at Netflix

"Multiple assassin's creed series are in development at Netflix's from Steve Watts at Gamespot Netflix's announced that is an working with Ubisoft and multiple adaptations of the assassin's creed series, Jason Almond Daniel critic from Ubisoft film and. Television Division will serve as executive producers for the live action adaptation but still in the very early stages and seeking a show runner, that's what it doesn't share much detail yet merely saying that it will happen the against dynamic stories for live action animated anime series given the nature of how assassin's creed. He's always during different historical eras. Neville also shared A. Tiered a teaser feature video featuring the iconic assassin logo in Brighton ethics. Read quote we're excited to partner with use of and bring to life rich multi-layer story telling us that grades below for said, Netflix original series, vp Peter Fried Lender, and announcement from it's breathtaking circle worlds and massive global appeal is one of the best selling video game fences of all time we are committed to carefully crafting epic into entertainment based on this distinct Ip via deeper dive for fans in our members around the world to enjoy.

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Texas Governor Proposes Freezing Taxes in Cities That ‘Defund’ Police

Red Eye Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Texas Governor Proposes Freezing Taxes in Cities That ‘Defund’ Police

"Habit is introducing a measure to discourage defunding police in the state by penalizing cities that do Nevel tells more. The governor's proposal will be taken up by the state legislature next session and calls for the potential property tax freeze. To be permanent. They will never be able to increase property tax revenue again if they defund police. The governor says. Cities that reduce mall enforcement shouldn't be able to turn around and get money from residents who He says. We're endangered with the cuts. The proposal comes after the Austin Police Department cut $150 million from its police budget earlier this month. Clayton Neville

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"neville" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"neville" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

"Bite is a new series here on Scifi talk and the sci-fi talk, archive podcast, and so parenting an apocalypse it's it's not the same way we would do. It's either full interviews or a comment or question from past interviews time. Wise. It's about one to four minutes long on an average probably when you when live long enough all kinds of strange things happen. Very right in saying that the Greek heroes where the original superheroes. In part because of the nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Neville kid talks about lighting the mansion on the umbrella academy with the characters of many sizes that live there. Yeah no one I think one of the big things they decided to. Make all. This at least sixty, you know one of the big problems we're not okay. Luther is so huge. You know in the other quite small you know like. You know. So basically, the cameras are looking up a lot. So. We made a decision to make the set sixty. We would kind of the actress go anywhere and it felt like a real place. So this letter bigger challenge from us else to build two light everything from sight but I think what it did. It made the same feel like a real place. I think my album you know as you know. When you're filming is to make sure that. There's so many distractions. That you'd go when people watching television. You know I've got to make sure might as one country the People Watch your your absolutely forever. and. They're not distracted or facebook or their their ipad. For, all these things you want glued to your. Vision for like an hour. I think that's why you know DP's the talk I we have to provide so much to make sure people are glued and want to come back and forth more and more and you mentioned Pogo I would think it's a challenge to to light pogo because usually he's not standing still he's moving sometimes walking side by side with the character actually on the set. So I guess you have to kind of make some kind of lighting pattern to anticipate his moods. Yeah. No, it was great because West. The company that do. Speeds the kind of what guests google. So a different time sick time you know we would discuss with them all our lighting plan where to make sure that you know when there's a great one where he was coming to the door and he's not like to leave the mentioned or king he looks out until world with a daylight hit some but he kinda go. Within the. You know and I think these sort of things for letting a little bit brighter. So. You could explain to everybody what your plan was into kind of from come from a doctor mentioned in coming to the the sort of the sunlight and everything. And and A. Collaboration. With. The more we Go in my head and. The effects can provide and I think I enjoy making sure everybody's On the same page you know and everybody. Affects devise a fantastic relationship. You know we've all worked in alter carbon together. Whenever, we're working season two. And I think it's just making sure that everybody understands walk world planning to do what equipment needed car. We're GONNA lights it. To make sure that that standard is maintained all the way down the line. To the final moment or pocos complete in nate by. I needed a phenomenal. Yeah. Yeah. I I. Agree I mean he totally looks lifelike. It's really amazing how they brought him. Moment where we'd we'd spend so much time making them. We actually went didn't showing the of the pilot to the crew. And we managed to get one show of a real pogo into the showing the previews for the crew. And the moment nobody knew this was coming. So when the crews also pogo for the first time, it was just like a shotgun take a bath and everybody welled up and it was like because we give them burst. Bogle. Collect. And a group of people and it was like I I was welled up everybody kind of was cheating up because suddenly he was real he was there. And he was fantastic, we'd all made him and it was it was a brilliant moment. Of. Why we do what we do, you know when it went to work. Well, it really pays off look for the umbrella account amee on Netflix. Comments or questions are welcome at Sci Fi talk.

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Report: 17 Miami Marlins Team Members Test Positive For COVID-19

Jim Bohannon

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Report: 17 Miami Marlins Team Members Test Positive For COVID-19

"After 17 players and coaches in the organization recently tested positive for covert 19 corresponded. Clayton Neville has the late major league Baseball says All Marlon's games through Sunday have been postponed meeting the team can't play again until at least Monday of next week. The legal so postponing the Phillies and Yankees home and home series at a precaution. Marlins last game was against Philadelphia. League officials say they continue to bolster protocols and make any necessary adjustment Administration says it will reject new

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"neville" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"neville" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"Framework for happiness was short, concise, but impactful book that I wanNA. Share with you WANNA. Share with you a few things. You can grab from this book that can change everything that can really help you see things differently. The return on investment of this book is incredible number one this book a short book. It's forty four pages. Neville's one of my favorite writers. He's a blogger over a copywriting course, Nev- blog DOT COM. We also did a must read on his other book. That's available Amazon called. This book will teach you how to write better. One of my favorite things about Neville's books in writing in general is that it's to the point. It's no fluff. You really get right into quickly and I really love about this book. It's currently five dollars on kindle. If you order on Amazon, you can order paperback version as well but. But the impact is book can have on your life on your business on everything you do is way more valuable than five dollars or the time it takes to read forty four pages I highly recommend you read this book in one go one shot because its impact is really felt when you read the totality of of the message that he's trying to convey to you and I. WanNa Start with my first. Take away from this book. The first take way you have when you read this book is. Life is short statistically. If you look at a lot of data is a lot of research, you shows you charts showing you. Hey, how old are you now? How much time you have left on this earth on average you know obviously you can learn. Die earlier or later. How many people your age are still around all that kind of stuff now I want to address the elephant in the room that this is not macabre. He's not addressing this issue of death to kind of just make everybody down in the dumps. He's actually empowering us. US With this information, he's actually saying. Hey, having this information is going to help. You have a happier life because now you know what you're dealing with. You know how much time you have to use. The currency of life is time and imagine you're going shopping, and you have no idea how much money you have in your pocket it. What's your budget? You'll know if you should spend a little. You might be conservative because you're afraid. You don't know what's going on, so it's good to know the data. Okay, the second takeaway from. From this book is really reflecting on. How are you spending every day? Every day is your life, so I'm recording this towards the end of my day right? This Day is gone forever. I cannot take this day back. I can't revisit. A can't rewind how I spent. It is really that's it. It's in the history books. I can't take those days back and everyday day has a significance. How old you are! What's your health like right now what you're able to do with your life and your brain and with people around you the? The loved ones and friends around you. You really paints a good picture showing you. Hey, live in the moment, understand that this time is precious understand that time is fleeting and made me really reflect. How am I spending every day at work in my business, which is the bulk of my time every day am I happy. Is this something that I can do improve it? There's nothing I can do to make me feel better about. Is there something I can do to have more of an enjoyable day every day with a smile on? If I don't like something I should stop doing it. It's just not worth it if it's GonNa, make me you know one percent more profit. It's just not worth it because at the end of the day. You don't want to be the richest presenting the graveyard. Hey, so that second takeaway was really heavy. It was really having a good way. Really mean we reflecting made me go on a walk and think about Hey, what? What can I do every day to enjoy life more enjoy my work. I'm not saying I'm going to hang them all up and not do anything and not work and just live on a beach. No, I like what I do I like building businesses. I like helping my team and you know built amazing products, but there are things I. do every day that I do enjoy. I need a cut those out periodically regularly. An audit my life so that I really can look back and say I made use of every day with a smile on my face. Really WHAT YOU WANNA! Do the third takeaway from this book is He really reminds you that you're not living alone in this world, right? There're friends and family around. You loved ones and a lot of us <hes> including me. I'm the first to be guilty of this. Have put all those people on the back burner <hes> for a number of years because I'm so focused on building a great business. Business. I'm not spending as much time with them. 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You're Gonna Die by Neville Medhora

The $100 MBA Show

05:44 min | 2 years ago

You're Gonna Die by Neville Medhora

"Framework for happiness was short, concise, but impactful book that I wanNA. Share with you WANNA. Share with you a few things. You can grab from this book that can change everything that can really help you see things differently. The return on investment of this book is incredible number one this book a short book. It's forty four pages. Neville's one of my favorite writers. He's a blogger over a copywriting course, Nev- blog DOT COM. We also did a must read on his other book. That's available Amazon called. This book will teach you how to write better. One of my favorite things about Neville's books in writing in general is that it's to the point. It's no fluff. You really get right into quickly and I really love about this book. It's currently five dollars on kindle. If you order on Amazon, you can order paperback version as well but. But the impact is book can have on your life on your business on everything you do is way more valuable than five dollars or the time it takes to read forty four pages I highly recommend you read this book in one go one shot because its impact is really felt when you read the totality of of the message that he's trying to convey to you and I. WanNa Start with my first. Take away from this book. The first take way you have when you read this book is. Life is short statistically. If you look at a lot of data is a lot of research, you shows you charts showing you. Hey, how old are you now? How much time you have left on this earth on average you know obviously you can learn. Die earlier or later. How many people your age are still around all that kind of stuff now I want to address the elephant in the room that this is not macabre. He's not addressing this issue of death to kind of just make everybody down in the dumps. He's actually empowering us. US With this information, he's actually saying. Hey, having this information is going to help. You have a happier life because now you know what you're dealing with. You know how much time you have to use. The currency of life is time and imagine you're going shopping, and you have no idea how much money you have in your pocket it. What's your budget? You'll know if you should spend a little. You might be conservative because you're afraid. You don't know what's going on, so it's good to know the data. Okay, the second takeaway from. From this book is really reflecting on. How are you spending every day? Every day is your life, so I'm recording this towards the end of my day right? This Day is gone forever. I cannot take this day back. I can't revisit. A can't rewind how I spent. It is really that's it. It's in the history books. I can't take those days back and everyday day has a significance. How old you are! What's your health like right now what you're able to do with your life and your brain and with people around you the? The loved ones and friends around you. You really paints a good picture showing you. Hey, live in the moment, understand that this time is precious understand that time is fleeting and made me really reflect. How am I spending every day at work in my business, which is the bulk of my time every day am I happy. Is this something that I can do improve it? There's nothing I can do to make me feel better about. Is there something I can do to have more of an enjoyable day every day with a smile on? If I don't like something I should stop doing it. It's just not worth it if it's GonNa, make me you know one percent more profit. It's just not worth it because at the end of the day. You don't want to be the richest presenting the graveyard. Hey, so that second takeaway was really heavy. It was really having a good way. Really mean we reflecting made me go on a walk and think about Hey, what? What can I do every day to enjoy life more enjoy my work. I'm not saying I'm going to hang them all up and not do anything and not work and just live on a beach. No, I like what I do I like building businesses. I like helping my team and you know built amazing products, but there are things I. do every day that I do enjoy. I need a cut those out periodically regularly. An audit my life so that I really can look back and say I made use of every day with a smile on my face. Really WHAT YOU WANNA! Do the third takeaway from this book is He really reminds you that you're not living alone in this world, right? There're friends and family around. You loved ones and a lot of us including me. I'm the first to be guilty of this. Have put all those people on the back burner for a number of years because I'm so focused on building a great business. Business. I'm not spending as much time with them. As much as I want to. I'm not in touch as much as I, should all that kind of stuff and those people just like you are going to die? They're not gonNA. Be around forever, so are you taking into account? I'm not saying you shouldn't focus on your business to do everything you can I'm just saying that while you're doing. Doing that there's another parade going by which is life, which is everything around business, and if you don't periodically, allow yourself time schedule time to join that parade to join those families and friends on the weekends to do, you know short breaks and gone vacations with people that you love feudal, make time for it is just not going to happen, and you're going to have regrets and I know. Know, for a fact for myself I have regrets already for the last ten years of some of the people I haven't spent time with that I should have spent more time with I. Look back and asked if I did car vow a day here and or a few hours or phone call would make a huge difference in the businesses outcome, probably not socially of a small handful of people. People that I think are important to me. In my life, the fourth takeaway was probably the biggest one of all,

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University Of Cincinnati Trustees Vote To Take Name Off Ballpark

Eddie and Rocky

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

University Of Cincinnati Trustees Vote To Take Name Off Ballpark

"The university of Cincinnati has voted to remove Margit shots name but the baseball stadium the name of the former owner of the red just coming out immediately from the baseball stadium at the university of Cincinnati board of trustees approving the recommendation made by school president Neville Pinto name or symbol presents a significant detrimental effect on the university we must act in concert to protect and promote our mission and core values Joe says it's crystal clear to him the continued use of Marge Schott's names untenable he has a record of racism and bigotry as at stark odds with the school's commitment to equity inclusion I'm Brian combs newsradio seven

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Masks Are Now Required in Dallas County Restaurants

Ben Ferguson

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Masks Are Now Required in Dallas County Restaurants

"With hospitalizations also up restaurants are working out the logistics of how to do business with Ellis county and other counties in high population areas that now require masks at appropriate social distancing W. B. A. P.'s Clayton Neville Williams night with the Texas restaurant association says new mask requirements need to be clear to customers we are directing all bars and restaurants that this is something that's expected they need to post on the outside so consumers know and we've already been updating the restaurant promises so they actually have been for all the counties that's required it's very clear the consumer before they come in the door local leaders in Texas can't legally mandate residents to wear masks but they can direct businesses to require them for employees and customers restaurants in the Lone Star state are currently allowed to operate at seventy five percent capacity

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Joe Biden to Meet With George Floyd’s Family Ahead of Funeral

Real Estate Today

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

Joe Biden to Meet With George Floyd’s Family Ahead of Funeral

"Presumptive democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will travel to Houston ahead of funeral services for George Floyd whose death while in police custody has spawned worldwide protests Biden is not expected to attend services in person reports correspondent Clayton Neville former vice president Joe Biden expected to meet privately

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BBC Head of Voice and AI Andy Webb Discusses the Custom Voice Assistant Beeb

The Voicebot Podcast

04:24 min | 2 years ago

BBC Head of Voice and AI Andy Webb Discusses the Custom Voice Assistant Beeb

"That, so you have journalists who are? When you say their staffing this, they're they're. They're basically taking. news content that you have today. This may be designed initially for radio broadcast, or for to read on the web and their distilling it, so it's going to be better for a consumption through. Let's ask smart speaker. neely that was seventy how we saw. now these specifically. Create news stories if directly full so they ended of previous radio programs. In new stories come in, and just as the stories, online Jonas county onto the necessarily with banality, a voice in an interactive voice. gotTA, so it's a parallel. Yeah, yeah, so we staff that. Sort of twenty four by seven. realtime kind of breaking news can be rotated into the newsroom. Jones can created content. Get it up into the briefing as well so the briefing has the ability to dynamically outside so as a regular thing. We updated three times a day anyway like the complete refresh across the whole ray thing, but at any point during the day we want to lead a new story into that raising or intellect autists, the journalists gotomeeting talk to publish into. The the white embracing. Did you have to create? Do content management tools for them to be able to do that? Yes lead it So. There's a lot of publication works like we tried to make sure we could be used as much of that obligation wet though we have the is widely used throughout the triumph BBC, news organization, but there's some bespoke. He says that we have to be able to build on enabled us to. Publish into the the actual news briefing piece itself so there's this framework around the news briefing like mini decency mess. I guess the describe US sitting around news briefing from the. Routines. Got and then you, it sounds like you have tears like you might have the the headline level or the short summary, and then you can ask for more to to get a longer piece. Yes he can. We actually think about the way these lunches as well so the news briefing shelter in the morning a longer in the anything in the morning. People tend to be a of rush. They're trying to of get through this with the night. The opportunities when they actually want to interact interacted slightly less. Antoine had signed lean back music in the evening today when people will have all listen to a deeper analysis of the news goes through a Neville. We actually made a briefing slightly longer in evening have slightly more points, so which contracts so not every story is interactive, but we select the sort of key stories straight where we won't be able to build these deep degenerates with people excludable kids. Okay, so that's real time news and We talked about Alexa which I think is been before the be for example that's been your biggest area, investment and voice Is that correct and then also is? Are these services also available through your many mobile apps? Some some some multi notch. There is work now about. How do we start to bring some of these signals together? A we oversee say the voices gun timing impact, not just into the receipts create they will also impact will be reason getting into it is that it will impact on existing. And if you think about, it's a voice being available as a Madonna Tapie five years ago, we would never designed to services in the way we design lab. To these also says that carry tens of millions of east, So has to be knowledge that allows us to understand. How experienced Haredi working. Less less impactful way before we decided one of the steps to bring it so caught on. My Team's job is not just to essentially build arid face, loading experiences, but to build the platform technology that will almost democratize voice technology stack, and allow for that to be incorporated into our existing

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Protests, vandalism reported outside CNN headquarters in Atlanta

John Rothmann

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Protests, vandalism reported outside CNN headquarters in Atlanta

"Protests continue nationwide over the in custody death of a black man George Floyd in Minneapolis at this hour protest again erupted outside the White House where officers are holding demonstrators at bay as people are pushing back and chanting correspondent Clayton Neville reports demonstrations in Atlanta turned violent outside CNN headquarters on March from centennial Olympic Park turned destructive when protesters started smashing windows and setting cars on fire Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms with a stern message for residents you are city you are displacing unlike George every other person who has been killed in this

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SpaceX launch scrubbed because of bad weather

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

SpaceX launch scrubbed because of bad weather

"About NASA and SpaceX will have to wait two more days before trying to launch astronauts the first crewed spaceflight to take off from the U. S. so really nearly a decade but Neville says bad weather because yesterday's lunch to be scrubbed it was a fifty fifty chance headed into launch that the flight would be scrubbed sixteen minutes before liftoff it was called off astronauts were told they'd have to wait until

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"neville" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"neville" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Wagon in the city well as you know as you know Neville is interesting creature we just run it for ever yeah right there's always that guy the nav tally guy who is the is the chief historian of the Nixon library what is what is there to do the growling in politics and had one too I'm Jake tapper I haven't caught here's CNN every little bit when we come back Chelsea Clinton reflects on the cannibal agate if I'd watch the though the can are why is that and now at the end it almost twenty five years old can arm wagon is and now the Kanata wagon is has it as a as a buddy it's got its own now in the twenty first century has got a robot this they can now sit on top of it and make drinks for us but they get along right there's not like a rivalry like all your big hot show you can automatically make transcendent they get along the can Arbel and are here's a look at our was just happy to have a friend yeah yeah so this is the drink works machine we're gonna be drinking off of this heard us talking about it and I I have to say last night we've we practiced with it'll we've been using it in the office how is business sparingly I'd like to say for the bosses because a listening after hours by the the last night we do not use it sparingly and we actually blew through all the pot yeah I have one more round of pod now he's here hi I think the largest reminds me of like a droid this is like our droid right drink to due to the tracers alone does have the feel to it these the drink works machine by Keurig said as pods and cocktail pods and then you get the cocktail by you make it I mean it wait all I got to come over Jeff did you come here make a cocktail they can't leave via my position here I don't think properly this is our drink works there.

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"neville" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"neville" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I'm Clayton Neville. The investigation is continuing this hour after a body was found buried at Northfield park in Alexandria. Fairfax county. Police chief, Edwin Rossler says while the identity of the. Ersan isn't known. There is a high probability that this is gang related. And I can assure our community that are great. Detectives will bring those responsible for this discovery to Justice league say they received a tip earlier in the week that someone was buried in the woods. The house speaker says President Trump's decision to walk out of yesterday's infrastructure. Meeting was a calculated move calling the president a master of distraction speaker Nancy Pelosi says his walking out of the meeting on infrastructure spending was a stunt to change the focus amid ongoing investigations and court rulings that went against the administration. She told reporters the president's actions could be impeachable offenses. But Democrats, aren't there yet to have democratic caucus is not on a path to impeachment? And that's where he wants us to be Pelosi raised the prospect of an intervention by White House staff or the. Residents family for the good of the country. Jury bowed lender Washington. Facebook says between October and March it was able to identify dump three billion fake accounts before they were able to go active the social media, giant says the fake account attempts came from all around the world and suggests they come from bad actors who tried to create large numbers of accounts at one time Facebook does not catch all of the fakers company estimates about five percent of its two point four billion monthly users are bogus accounts. Spreading either fake news. Inciting violence, promoting hate speech, and more. But is continuing to actively work to identify dump those accounts are funded, Jim Roope checking your money this hour. The Dow's down four hundred three points, the s&p five hundred down forty five, the NASDAQ down one forty eight WBAL traffic and weather next Friday's, our fan dingo Fridays on.

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"neville" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"neville" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Accident in Arlington to eighty seven northbound at little Rhode rank is reported and it's backed up past Russel curry with KLIF traffic on the fives. I am Bill Jackson. I'm meteorologist Brad Martin looks just find this week up until the weekend mostly sunny with a high of eighty four today low near sixty four tonight light winds today light enough to have a pollution advisory. We'll hit eighty six eighty seven Thursday and windy, warm and more humid eighty-seven again on Friday. We are expecting some storms on Saturday. Maybe sundays. Well, I'm KLIF WBZ AP meteorologist Brad Barton's. Get is fifty eight degrees in grapevine sixty two in Dallas and fifty eight in Denton the latest news. We've comments in watch our Facebook live videos, just like us on Facebook at five seventy KLIF. This is real news and information five seventy KLIF. Eight seventeen. Now, a K L. I F the centers for disease control and prevention reporting nine point eight percent increase in measles cases, as of may tenth and more than eight hundred cases nationwide. Clayton Neville joins us now with the with the latest in some information. And I think about the most at risk groups. Good morning Clayton. Good morning. You know, you guys are right on those numbers nationwide were at eight hundred thirty nine cases of the measles. Now right now a lot of that is focused in New York, but still nationally this is the worst outbreak of the writers since nineteen ninety four and it's important to note as well. In the year, two thousand was completely gone from the United States measles had been written of the US in the year two thousand and here we are nineteen years later competing with numbers that we saw in nineteen Ninety-four. Now why? Well, health officials are attributing the reason to parents not getting.

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"neville" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"neville" Discussed on KGO 810

"Virginia turmoil border wire showdown. I'm Barton, Eckerd Virginia's Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax is denying a second ellegation of sexual assault. Correspondent Ryan nobles reports. A second woman has accused him of rape alleges that back in two thousand when both she and Justin Fairfax were students at Duke University. Are they just in Fairfax raped her? And she says in a separate statement that she believes it Fairfax specifically targeted her because she was a prior rape victim. And that she wouldn't go to the authorities. Tell anyone about it because she hadn't done it. The first time that she had been raped the mayor of a small Arizona border town threatening to sue the federal government. If miles are razor wire installed by US troops is not taken down corresponding Clayton Neville says the mayor is demanding the wire come down immediately. Most of the disrupted services were restored within twenty four hours. But both the banks employee's edits customers were still having trouble getting information on direct deposits early in the day trouble with online and mobile banking services as well as ATM's began when the Bank said smoke was reported at one of its data centers customer complaints were everywhere on social media. Even after the banks said, the data center issue had been resolved. I'm Jan Johnson. The National Enquirer is alleged attempts to blackmail, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos could get the tabloids parent company in trouble as well as top editors deep legal trouble among other things that could find themselves reopened to possible prosecution for paying hush money to a playboy model who claimed to have had an affair with Donald Trump. Federal prosecutors looking into the matter on Wall Street a up week in a mixed day on Friday, the close things up lost sixty three. Twenty s and p gained point the NASDAQ checked in on Friday with a gain of nine I'm Barton Eckerd..

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"neville" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"neville" Discussed on KGO 810

"Crash. I'm Martin after thirty five days. A deal is reached that reopens the federal government for the next three weeks without border wall funding, but there's still some work to do. Correspondent Linda Kenyon house speaker Nancy Pelosi had mixed feelings about the whole thing. I'm sad. It has taken this long. I'm glad that we've come to a conclusion today as to how we go forward in the next in the next three weeks. And if there isn't an agreement he likes in the next three weeks. Trump says there could be another partial government shutdown and he says he'll invoke his executive powers to declare national emergency. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer doesn't think that will happen. I'm very optimistic that the conference committee can come to a good conclusion, and we can avoid another shutdown video also gives federal workers their back pay as the president says as soon as possible. Linda Kenyon, Washington and east Texas school district says one student was killed another seriously hurt when a Union Pacific train in the school bus. Glutted? The bus driver was heard as well. Corresponding Clayton Neville, the crash. Bending all town of Athens, seventy miles east of Dallas to students and the driver were on board a nine year old girl in the bus driver were hurt and taken to the hospital a thirteen year old in middle school boy found dead. The athens. Police department says the train crossing didn't have crossing arms or lights only signs the community held a vigil just hours after the wreck correspondent Sarah Murray reports that longtime associate Trump associate Roger stone has been indicted. It's unclear who delivered those instructions and which officials stone was in touch with about WikiLeaks. At least one of them was Steve Bannon, the former White House chief strategist and chief executive of the Trump campaign, but stone was not charged with conspiracy. He faces one count of obstruction. I'm Barton Necker..

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"neville" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"neville" Discussed on Binge Mode

"Like a lot of terrible. And related to that moment, we talked about before when Harry encounters Neville and Neville split fire. This is great. This is a moment of death and sorrow fragile people are dying children are being killed. Yeah. And Nevels like, this is the greatest moment. Yeah. The Neville vibes are really interesting throughout the film. What do you how do you feel about his speech when Harry is still playing dead and Neville steps forward and makes his hold. You know, it doesn't matter because. Harry gave us the strength to keep fighting that whole vibe. I it was adequate I don't feel negatively towards it. I think certainly if you're going to make the choice of a Harry revealing himself right away rather than keeping himself hidden and therefore. You really get to see how inspiring he remains in death to the defenders of Hogwarts, which is an amazing moment years. They're willing to fight to the death knowing the cause is likely lost. Because they just believe in. Harry's example, so much you're not gonna get that in the movie. So having Neville spell it out. Right. There is adequate that entire sequence is really peak reaction shot filmmaking. No matter which part of the army, which part of the crowd there panting. It's just also like our dude, Chris Rankin Percy Weasley our good friend, Chris after we hit. We got the chance to interview him Liikanen after speaking to him about the idea of standing next to characters, you know, aren't going to get cut out of the scene. So that you can be thinking about that. Wow. Watching it. It's like he's really always right near on. And her mighty very, very smart. Okay. Couple more. We briefly mentioned this earlier, but the physical manifestation of voldemort s-, decay and descent closer toward death. So you see like the back of his head and his neck is skin kind of crackling. There's a close up shot of the elder once blitzing as you tries to use it. Now, again, totally understand why the filmmakers choose to visually and overtly represent the magic play on what is happening. So that you can't miss it. If you don't have the entire mythology in the backstory to fall on in this particular case, though, because the one of the key points that shows how far gone voldemort is how hopeless he really is is that he can't even feel when literal pieces of his soul or being destroyed. This actually felt like not just a change that was going to facility. Tape. The clarity of the message in a certain medium. But it was actually contrary to the points. I struggle without a bit. So a scene which I think lends itself at least in my mind's eye, and there are several of these lends itself in my mind's eye really well to the screen because Harry's there, and it's a shocker is Fred's death. Yes. Which occurs off screen in the film, tragically extremely now. It's still a gut punch when Harry walks into the great hall, and he's, you know, seeing shrouds being put over people, and he sees Lupu talks. He sees. But it's just like that. I feel like they really missed out on a special moment there. I mean, if you're going to have the battle scenes and Harry's directly involved, no out of it have that in their ten generally related to that were missing Percy's, redemption. And that's obviously a big part of Fred's death, and the absolutely heart wrenching nature of that is when Percy. Just drapes off across his brother's body and will not let go will not get up even as spells or flying over them the walls crumbling spiders, crawling into the quarters. All that matters is trying to give his brother something in death that he failed to at the end of his life, which is protection the shield of love. And it is another instance of where because as a movie were not inside Harry's head. We just missed something there, even if they had tried to do it. But I think that they can convey that much like Harry's reaction to serious down where a scream cry in anguish expression. There are ways to convey, the horror of what that death in that moment means yes. Even without having a paragraph. That says, you know, the world ended the movie really could have set the stakes with that scene headed appeared on the screen. Let's get to the the big ones..

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"neville" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"neville" Discussed on Unchained

"Q four will see bitcoin Ethan lead the charge in two twenty twenty to the promised land. Thanks so much lovey show. Looking forward to twenty nineteen. Hello. This is Blad. Amir yellow Saab chick calling from New York City. Just wanted to weigh in two thousand nineteen love your show. I think my favorite episode is Jeremy AllAire and Sean Neville. Why Trump will be bigger than the web just seventy one my predictions for two thousand nineteen is that first half two thousand nineteen will be very difficult and still will be painful for. A lot of people in the market. And it's just gonna be pretty tough first half second half. We'll see what happens. Thanks bye. Or this is Brian from Smith and crown on behalf when all team here who wanted to say, congratulations on one hundred. And wishing you the bet that look on whatever comes next as far as twenty nineteen goes, we see this as an era of infrastructure and information's intially industry and couldn't be more excited that what comes next best of luck. And here's the twenty nine. Emily Coleman CMO of shape shift. Congratulations to Laura in the unchain team for the hundredth episode looking forward to the year ahead learning more about all the things that the crypto universe has to teach us coming out of really great minds over there at unchained Hayler. This is.

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