35 Burst results for "Nicholas"
Point has 2 goals, assist in Lightning's 5-2 win over Blues
"The Tampa Bay lightning got right to the point scoring three early goals en route to a 5 two victory over the St. Louis blues. Brayden point scored a three 29 of the first period to put the lightning up one nothing, then after Alex killorn's goal scored again at 8 O four to make it three zero Tampa Bay. It's physical early. I think both teams were into it right away. It was nice to hear about the goals for us early. Pretty good jump on the game. I thought it was a fun game. Coyne also weighed in his system, Brandon Hegel's goal after the blues to close to within three two in the second period. Nicholas Paul scored the other Tampa Bay all as the blues lost for just the second time in 9 games. I'm time Miriam
Doncic, Mavs blow big lead, hang on to beat Clippers 103-101
"Luka Dončić scored 35 the Dallas Mavericks blew a 25 point lead but hung on to edge the LA clippers one O three one O one so the Mavs improved to 8 and 5 while the clippers dropped to 8 and 7 Mavs coach Jason Kidd says the team continues to find ways to win close games Things just weren't going our way but we didn't like self destruct We just stayed together Dorian Finney Smith added 21 for the mask while the clippers were led by Paul George with 23 Nicholas platoon had 22 Bob Stevens Dallas
Qatar World Cup Mangroves-Mangroves intro and wrap
"Soccer isn't the only attraction for people coming to Qatar for the World Cup about 1.2 million international visitors are expected for the World Cup away from the crowds and the soccer stress in this gas rich country is one of the largest mangrove forests People say in Qatar's desert but they don't know it's a living desert Mangroves grow above and below water Nicholas nacha can take you along out the Kira which holds 70% of the mangroves in Qatar Kayaking They are natural There's no harmful gas that is going to the mangrove or something else We try to keep away the jet skis So the mongrel will be growing naturally There's nothing disturbing Tourists can also spend their day in a camp and in the evening enjoy a barbecue by the water in mangroves One popular spot along out the Kira is purple island which comes from the snails living on it which produce a green residue which turns maroon and then purple in the sun I'm Ed Donahue
Robber, clerk fatally shoot each other in Chicago grocery
"A robbery suspect and a grocery clerk in Chicago fatally shoot each other during an attempted hold up Friday according to officials The medical examiner's office says the shootings inside the el Baraka supermarket in Chicago's south shore neighborhood killed would be robber Nicholas Williams and 63 year old clerk alley Hassan Police say Williams went into the store pulled out a gun and tried to rob it but Hassan pulled a gun from his waistband and shot Williams in the chest Williams returned fire shooting Hassan in the chest and back Williams ran from the store but collapsed about a block away and died Hassan a Palestinian immigrant was taken to the hospital and was later pronounced dead
UK court: Arrested man is US fugitive wanted on rape claim
"A judge in Scotland says a man who spent almost a year fighting extradition to the U.S. is Nicholas Rossi a fugitive alleged to have faked his own death to escape rape allegations The suspect was arrested in December 2021 at a Glasgow hospital where he was being treated for COVID-19 He denies being Rossi and says he's an Irish orphan named Arthur knight after seeing evidence including fingerprints and tattoos a judge is told Edinburgh sheriff court he was satisfied that mister knight is indeed Nicholas Rossi U.S. authorities say Rossi had been charged in connection with the 2008 rape in Utah a full extradition hearing is likely to be held next year Charles De Ledesma London
Golden Knights beat Maple Leafs 4-3 in OT, win 8th straight
"Rightly Smith scored his second of the game 23 seconds into the extra frame as Vegas took a come from behind four three victory at Scotiabank arena The Toronto native was sent in alone and beat leafs netminder Eric sjogren for the game winner after tying the game in the third shorthanded We got off to a good start We're just trying to keep that going There's different guys that are chipping in every single night so we win by a committee and we're doing that right now Nicholas wa and Jack eichel were the other golden knights marksman The buds got tallies including two from timidly little grin and one from Mitch marner Logan Thompson kicked aside 22 shots for the victory as Vegas has now won 8 straight Jaw let there be Toronto
Aho scores in shootout as Hurricanes beat Lightning 4-3
"Sebastiano scored in the 6th round of a shootout to give the hurricanes a four three win over the lightning Nikita kucherov scored for the 5th straight game giving the bolts a three two lead after two periods But Brady Shay tied it with a shorthanded goal at 1334 of the third Seth Jarvis and Martin HS supplied Carolina's other goals Nicholas Paul and Ross Colton lit the lamp for Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Andrei vasilevskiy made 53 saves in regulation and OT Frederick Anderson handled 23 shots I'm Dave ferry
Parkland school killer formally sentenced to life in prison
"Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz formally received a sentence of life in prison without parole Families of the victims at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school spent two days saying what they feel about Cruz People like you don't deserve a space here Manuel Oliver objected to the jury's decision not to sentence Cruz to death He says Cruz killed his son in 16 others for fame Whoever takes care of you Will own that fame And someone Cruz also heard from survivors of the shooting Without your stupid gun you are nothing Student Samantha Fuentes told crews the community is stronger than the hate that he gives I assure you that I will be excitedly anticipating your demise And I will assure you that you will remember my face And it will make you sick Crew showed no emotion in the courtroom I'm Ed Donahue
Families unleash grief and anger on Parkland school shooter
"On the day before he is sentenced to families unleashed grief and anger on Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz 17 people were killed at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school 17 others were injured You don't know me but you tried to kill me Teacher Stacey lapel was injured that day I will have a scar on my arm and the memory of you pointing your gun at me ingrained in my brain forever The jury could not agree on the death penalty for Cruz so his sentence will be life in prison Theresa rabinowitz's granddaughter was killed She hopes cruises every remaining moment on earth is miserable And you repent for your sins necklace And burn in hell Wearing a coronavirus mask cruise stared back at them dressed in a bright red jail jumpsuit showing no emotion Max schatzker spoke on his birthday his son was killed He told Cruz his birthday wish That just suffer a painful painful violent death I'm Ed Donahue
Ex-Michigan cop to face murder trial in killing of Black man
"A former Michigan police officer who fatally shot a black motorist in the head during a struggle will stand trial on a murder count A Grand Rapids judge Nicholas ayyub after viewing video of the traffic stop taken by a passenger says Probable cause has been presented Former officer Christopher shore who struggled with 26 year old Patrick Leo ya over controllable police taser shot the refugee from Congo while Leo was on the ground The officer says it was self defense The jury will decide A reasonable juror could find a lack of necessity for deadly force strictly for the purpose of preventing escape A forensic video analyst testified lya failed to comply with 20 commands Sure was fired in June after being charged with murder I'm Jackie Quinn
Bodycam shows wounded Connecticut cop shoot ambush suspect
"Connecticut's office of the inspector general has released body cam or footage of the harrowing moments after a suspect was alleged to have opened fire in Bristol killing two officers Police in Bristol Connecticut believed 35 year old Nicholas brocher ambushed police officers Wednesday night Calling 9-1-1 and then meeting them outside More cars send over crystal Connecticut police officer Alex aio was shot in the leg The 26 year old patrol officer had his body camera running as he sought cover behind a tree The suspect fires more shots as Ari makes his way across a lawn and behind police cruiser The officer then fires a single fatal shot of the suspect striking him in the neck Suspect down Sergeant Dustin de Monte and officer Alex hamsey were killed by multiple gunshot wounds the suspect's brother Nathaniel was shot in both legs The state's inspector general released the footage as part of a preliminary report saying it appears the police involved shooting was justified I am Jennifer King
CNN Analyst: Voters Care More About Food Prices Than Jan. 6 Committee
"In new CNN analysts fretted they had American voters might care more about the cost of their food than they do about the January 6th hearings This is Nicholas lanham Fox Building Thursday's consumer price index data which showed inflation reaching 8.2% September as well as the cost of living index at its highest in 40 years CNN Steven collinson I don't know who that punk is but CNN Stephen collinson noted polling has repeatedly reinforced that the economy is the top concern to voters heading into the midterm elections The diet included information about frozen potato products as well as pork products which have increased 10% in 5 and a half percent respectively While it would be too simplistic to say voters are more preoccupied with the cost of French fries than the price of democratic freedoms It wouldn't be far from the Mark collinson wrote Now this is a guy who's paid to give commentary and analysis at CNN I please I want you to understand something These people have nothing but contempt For a hardworking Americans I don't care what party you are Nothing but dripping contempt for you nothing The bend over backwards for murders rapists they'll bend over backwards for people on the doll We'll bend over backwards for illegal immigrants But hardworking Americans Blue collar middle class and they don't like you They despise you
What Does the Alex Jones Verdict Say About Free Speech?
"What sort of a message does this send about free speech? Because Alex Jones was allowed to say what he said. He hasn't been charged with a crime. He hasn't been charged with murder he didn't pull that trigger. And the question is, are we heading down a very dangerous path when it comes to free speech in America? Here's my take on it. The people who should have punished Alex Jones are in fact his listeners and his readers. They're the ones who were duped, they're the ones who got sucked into all of this stuff. And yet they still support the guy, they still read his stuff. They listen to the shows they do whatever they're going to do. And that's how he's able to make his money. But I do look at how the media basically they're accusing him of perpetrating a lie. All right, that's it. In a nutshell, he perpetrated a lie. All right, well, why is it, why is Nicholas Sandman from coven to Catholic high school? Why isn't he getting a $1 billion settlement? Why is it Kyle rittenhouse, who the mainstream media lied about him? Where is his $1 billion settlement? What about president Trump? They've lied about the president over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. What about what about the $1 billion every time you've got people on CNN or MSD and C or any of the other channels? Knowingly perpetrating falsehoods. So all I'm saying is this opens up a Pandora's box. But ultimately, you know, we Alex Jones has to, he has to live his life. He has to go to bed at night. He's got to look at himself in the mirror. But I will say this, what was done to those parents was evil downright evil, and I wouldn't wish that on anybody. Could you
Parkland jury foreman on sentencing: "It didn't go the way I would've liked"
"A jury spared Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz from the death penalty The jury could not reach a unanimous decision to sentence Cruz to death instead its life without parole This should have been the death penalty a 100% Lori allada's daughter was one of the 17 killed at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school I sent my daughter to school and she was shot 8 times Cruz his hair unkempt largely sat hunched over and stared at the table as the jury's recommendations were read His lawyers claimed Cruz had a difficult upbringing
Attorneys argue over school shooter's fate: death or prison
"Closing arguments have been presented in the citizen trial of a Florida school shooter I Norman hall The jury has to decide if Nicholas Cruz will spend the rest of his life in prison or be put to death for the 2018 school shooting that killed 17 people at marjory Stoneman Douglas high on Valentine's Day In closing arguments both the prosecution and defense said the killings were horrific The prosecution says Cruz is a sociopath who hunted victims and returned to finish off some of the wounded Defense lawyer Melissa McNeil described crews as a broken brain damage and mentally ill young men Crews pleaded guilty a year ago to murdering 14 students and three staff members and wounding 17 others I Norman hall
Venezuela releases 7 jailed Americans; US frees 2 prisoners
"There's been a prisoner swap between the United States and Venezuela Venezuela's government has freed 7 Americans in prison in the South American country in exchange for the release of two nephews of president Nicholas Maduro's wife who had been jailed for years by the U.S. on drug smuggling convictions This all according to a senior U.S. official the swap of the Americans is the largest trade of detained citizens that the Biden administration has ever carried out and it amounts to a rare gesture of goodwill by Maduro as he looks to rebuild relations with the U.S. and also follows months of secretive talks including repeated visits to Venezuela over the last year by Washington's top hostage negotiator I'm Shelley Adler
Psychologist: School shooter suffered fetal alcohol damage
"A psychologist in court says the marjory Stoneman Douglas high school shooter suffered fetal alcohol damage A neuropsychologist says Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz suffered brain damage when his birth mother drank during pregnancy Paul Connor testified Monday that people with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder often have problems with hyperactivity outbursts motor control and socializing from a young age Teachers and friends have previously testified crews had all those problems while the 23 year old has pleaded guilty to murdering 17 students and staff members back in 2018 this trial is only to determine whether he sentenced to death or life without parole I'm Shelley Adler
Nicholas Evans, ‘The Horse Whisperer’ Author, Dies at 72
"Nicholas Evans who wrote the bestselling novel the horse whisperer has died after a heart attack last week according to his representatives Evans was 72 I'm argies are a letter with the latest Nicholas Evans was a British journalist screenwriter and TV documentary producer before he wrote his first novel the horse whisperer It came out in 1995 and sold more than 15 million copies Robert Redford and Scarlett Johansson starred in the 1998 movie Evans's other books include the loop the smoke jumper the divide and the brave
"nicholas" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"I think let's talk about let's mention some of the other heroes out there because I want to get these names out there. Who gets this? Who is fighting? Who else? Sadly, there's not many. You have senator Ted Cruz is another one that's fighting back, senator Holly will fight back, senator Tom cotton, to a certain degree, will fight back. But there's not a lot that are fighting back. And there's a reason that I fight back. It's because they've forgotten who they serve. They've forgotten that they serve the American people. Instead, they look down on the American people. And just to give you a few examples, the Democrat messaging over the course of the last several years has been freedoms under attack, that the threat to democracy, which we're a constitutional republic. But the threat to democracy is because of things like free speech because of things like a free press and guns in the Second Amendment. That's the real threat to democracy, they say, my argument is, no, the threat to democracy is this all encompassing bureaucracy that will target its political opponents so people disagrees with and not only can they target people they disagree with. They can destroy your life. They can destroy your reputation. That by far and away is a much bigger threat to democracy. If you look, the FBI has expanded dramatically. And yet, what have they been able to stop? So we saw the shooting that just occurred a few days ago in Buffalo, New York. There was red flags all over the place. And they weren't able to stop that, but with threat tagging parents that shout at school board members because their kids were messed up for two years because they were socially isolated. And because they're being indoctrinated, what critical race theory and diversity, equity, and inclusion. So where are the priorities? And you would think that every Republican would be screaming this from the rooftops, but they're not, they're silent on it most of them. Yes, because they're bums. What's the Aramaic for bums? Jughead's. I can never really come up with the right term. Forgive me, folks. I was an English major. I'm a writer. I should have the terms. We'll be.
"nicholas" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Real quick. New York Times is at one of those angry people that Doug mastriano won the primary on Tuesday. New York Times called Doug mastriano in a headline, 2020 election denier. Now that's not even right. He didn't deny there's an election in 2020, but what they meant was he says the election was stolen. Of course it was, and The New York Times doesn't know, but well, The New York Times, I'm holding in front of me. If you're watching this on rumble, by the way, you can watch this on video anytime you want, subscribe, you can watch us on rumble every day. We're on Frank speech, Mike lindell TV dot com, it's a TV show. But I'm holding a Doug mastery on a hat. In front of me, Doug mastriano fighting for freedom. If he gets elected, governor of Pennsylvania, Katie bar the door, because he is going to do some great things. We need people like him. Is that a Bible verse on his hat? Katie bar the door? No. Yeah, second opinion. Well, all right, so we've got tomorrow we have John coming up. I want to say that. I also want to remind people, if you know anybody in New York and want to send them to this very, very special Socrates in the city event. I just have to say, folks, it's going to be a big deal. I really obviously Alban will be there. I will be there. We're bringing our we're bringing our wives. So if you want to bring our wives even and I have to tell you, I am just in awe that I'm going to get to have this conversation with Apollo 16 astronaut Charlie duke. I'm so excited. So you want to go to Socrates in the city dot com. If you want to find out about that, if you want to find out about 2000 mules, you can go to 2000 mules, dot com. If you want to find out about my schedule, you can go to Eric metaxas dot com and CSI. CSI can Christian solidarity and international. Don't forget to donate folks. We're asking a few more days. We're asking everybody who can to do something, go to metaxas talk dot com. It's our radio website. You click on the banner, but there are people really suffering. You know this. Ukraine, Ukrainian people are suffering terribly. They didn't ask for this invasion. They need our help. Please go to metaxas talk dot com where the phone number is 8 8 8 two 5 three three 5 two two 8 8 8 two 5 three three 5 two two album. Is that right? That's correct. All right, we'll be right back. Well, I grew up quick and I grew up mean my fist got hard, my witch got keen, roamed from town to town to hide tell me Eric, why is relief factor so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway, and that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 800 for relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference. In November of 2020, the Democrats were up to no good. They were planning to pull off the greatest scheme of election fraud in history. They didn't think we would catch them, but we did..
"nicholas" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Announce. First of all, today, I'm talking to a political science professor, a new friend, Nicholas jordano, a New Yorker who teaches political science out at Suffolk community college on Long Island. And you're going to want to hear what he has to say. He's got a podcast. There's certain people you just say, man, I'm glad this guy exists. He's the real deal. He gets it. So when we're done with this segment, we're going to talk with him. I also have to say the movie 2000 mules is coming out in theaters again tomorrow. So if you want to see it in a theater, I have been really clear about this. What is in that film is it's game changing. It's history, ladies and gentlemen, it's history. And I had the privilege of being in the film, obviously my role is minuscule. And actually, you know what I'm supposed to disclose this legally? Because I have a minuscule role in the film. If you've seen the film, you know that I, you know, I hardly say anything. I said a lot in the taping, but they edit it out. I'm not bitter. I'm angry. There's a difference. No, but I have this because I have a role in it. They give you points or a point or a fraction of a point or something on the back end if the movie makes money, so maybe I'll be able to pay my dry cleaner or whatever, but I'm supposed to legally tell you that, you know, if the film does well and makes profits, I get part of that. But let me just tell you, it's such a small percentage that I don't think I should have to mention it legally, but of course I have to mention it legally. So I'm telling you, if you want to make me rich, see the film a billion times. And then I will have some. And I get it back into. And we'll all have a party. We'll take the check and we'll have a party. 'cause I'm the back end of mule number 32. So I get it back in. That's right. That's right. And honestly, I feel like, you know, some people are downright stealing the film. There's like, you can go on bit shoot or someplace. You can see it for free. That's called stealing. But I tell you, I wish everybody in America could see it for free. I wish everybody America could see it. Because we have to deal with what happened in the 2020 election. We can't just say, oh, well, let's let bygones be bygones. You can't do that. It's like there was a murder. You've got to find out, is there somebody running around who may murder again? We can't just say, oh, well, you know, we can't bring him back. We can't bring Charlie back. So we'll let it go. We have to deal with this. And so when you see the film 2000 mules, it'll be opening in films again. In theaters, sorry, tomorrow, Friday. Bring somebody with you who doesn't believe the election was stolen, who maybe has an open mind or whatever. Because people need to know what what is out there. I just want to tell you, and most people trying to deal with this. If they hate Trump or they hate the Nash or whatever they're going to say, oh, you know, they're going to mock it, but there's no substantive way to deal with what dinesh says. It seems to me they've covered all the bases. And this is just people who are angry and they have to demonize the messenger..
"nicholas" Discussed on Hysteria
"We're back where with Jenny Nicholas and she is about to do some birth chart readings for Alyssa masher Monaco and I can you talk a little bit before we get into it. What is a birth chart reading? What can somebody learn from their birth chart? And where can a person find their own birth chart? Great questions. So on the Channing app, you can pull up your chart, and you can read very detailed descriptions about every single thing in your chart, and what it means, and why it's important. You can also go to my website, Channing Nicholas, and there's a chart tool that you can go to to pull up your chart. So both of those places, pulling up your chart is free if you want to become a subscriber to the app, it'll give you again detailed descriptions of every single thing and what to focus on. And astrology chart is a snapshot of the sky from the location you were born at, the moment you were born. So the sky appears to turn and move throughout the day. Think of the sun rising and setting. That's the sky moving. It's not like the sun is coming on and going off. So there is something called a rising sign or an ascendant. And that's literally the eastern horizon. And it's the moment of your birth, the part of the sky that was rising up over the eastern horizon. That is your ascendant. That's where the sun would have risen, that is the point of your birth that is saying that, yes, I'm here. I'm going to be in this life in this body. And then from that moment, we set up the rest of the chart. We can see where everything else in the sky was. And everything that we can't see where it was as well. So it is a map of your life, given the moment and the location of your birth. Okay. All right, let's get into it. Alyssa why don't you want to go first? Sure, I'll go first. All right. Okay, so I mean, I can tell you a good Jillian things. We have a short amount of time. Is there anything specific that you want to ask?.
"nicholas" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
"Feeling to kind of feel like you can inhabit someone where you not like you're not going to make a mistake because it's not really the stakes. But you just kind of feel like you're being sort of feel right. Really dialed in, which is a nice thing is that the field because you're usually using tricks to try to try to trip yourself into it. How did that experience change you as an actor or did it in any way? It changed it changed me in some ways. I mean, I think I also was adamant coming into the show and a lot of my other costars shared the same feelings that we just wanted to have a kind of atmosphere that guest stars and other people would paint into felt like this creative felt welcome didn't feel like it was a separation or that they had to pay on the regular. You know, everybody was just really, it was a great family. That we worked really hard to put together and she's trying to have everybody. Yeah. I just really love that family. Last question, a Nicolas Gonzalez fan says, and that's the name of his account. He says, basically, he says, how do you love yourself? So he wants advice on how do you love yourself? How does Nicholas Gonzalez you, how do you practice self love? I think self love can be really hard when if you're in a period of judging yourself and being your worst critic, so sometimes one of the only things you can really turn to is someone else you can use your help. And if you can be of help to someone else, I think that you'll start to see the beauty in that and feel the purpose for some reason, God forbid can feel you don't have a purpose. But. I think the hard part is loving yourself being in love with doing yoga for all these things that I think have people have a misconception about because it's the practice. Not everybody is good at it, everybody can't do handstands immediately. I've been doing it for years and there's stuff that I don't even understand how it is yoga. But it's the practice. It's the same thing with that. You know, it's a practice of trying to love yourself and everything is going to stand you where you can have more than enough things to tell you that you're not enough. So try to find things that tell you you are. But when you hear at rock bottom, I'll tell you you can always find somebody on YouTube. Yeah, I've never heard self love be defined in that way before, which is really interesting. So what you're saying is to love yourself, you actually help other people, meeting loving yourself then becomes a process that's greater than you, which I think is super powerful. Well, I guess it's just because if you truly are having a hard time because I think it's hard to have some people, you know, people want to ask actors and stuff. How do you love yourself, you know? Guys, if I were you, I would feel this and I, you know, or I don't want to hear somebody you know, I don't turn to Gwyneth Paltrow to ask about what I should be thinking about mental health. I'm not saying she's a facilitate excellent experts and maybe a great platform together..
"nicholas" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
"Front of the camera, but also they're just sensitive dudes and they're transparent and they're vulnerable. This is great, right? Justin's great. Yeah, he's such a kind guy. And almost to the point where you're like, why is there you know, is he up to something? He is up to something. And he's up to something and you have fallen under his spell like we all have. But I would definitely put you in that category. And I know back in the day, I was secretly had my crepe and coffee Friends. The guys that weren't athletes that I would talk about feelings I was going through a divorce at the time. And then I put you in the category with JP Andy, David page, all day. The top cross fitters in that box. And I would be intimidated. I wouldn't talk to you this way because I would feel like this is the locker room guy. Oh no, we would have picked your ass. Yeah, probably, yeah, absolutely. No, don't ever try to step to me on the street and try to talk like this, man. Well, well now, now that you're in your 40s and I can see who you really are and all the things that you're interested in, now I do feel safe with you. And not only that, but I really feel proud and just championing your success because not because of what you do but kind of like because from what I've seen, there hasn't been a lot of dishonest moments. Like you're pretty even when you're saying now is like there's a sincerity to you, which I think the world needs. Especially coming from a minority man, you know? I don't know. Thank you. You know, I have so many people I see that in two, you know that I follow even on Instagram, but thank you. Very good. Yeah. So let's talk about is there a way that we can see like comments and stuff is mine's like frozen with a question? Is that because we're in Q&A or something instead of like the feet? No, dude, I got lots of questions for you. So let's say I can't see them. I don't know why. All I see is frozen. Frozen from a long time ago. Let's answer a few questions if you don't mind. We got about 15 minutes left, and I always wanna address the people in the room. I don't want to ignore them because I feel like I do a lot of that where I turn the thing on and I'm ignoring the people in front and just kind of talking out into the world. So there's a guy named Nicholas Gonzalez, and he says, how did your life change after having? There's a lot of Nicholas Gonzales is in your hilarious. And I think a couple fan accounts of what as well. But he asked, how did your life change after having your first child?.
"nicholas" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
"It's case sensitive, so all lower case, one word live better. And I will see you in the lab. Here are my revelations after interviewing Nicholas Gonzalez. I don't want to see interview more of a conversation. I prefer having meaningful conversations over interviews because I don't really see myself as an interviewer. I'm definitely not a good interviewer because I tend to bird walk and I'm all over the place. All my content should say assembly required because like a box of Legos, I just dump content. Questions, random shit on the table and then you have to put it all together. And that's why my revelations are at the beginning of my conversations with other people and not at the end. Nicholas Gonzalez is he's an awesome guy, you know, he's one of those guys where he has the bro down factor where we could talk about a motorcycles and fitness and workout together, right? We could bump chest and at the same time, we could get coffee and crepes and talk about struggles and definitions of men. And marriage and parenting and all that, right? We could talk about our feelings and also work out. So I hope you enjoyed this conversation with Nick. Let me give you my revelations real quick..
"nicholas" Discussed on Houston Matters
"Nicholas continues to move across the houston area and surrounding communities along the way it's left waterlogged streets down trees and power lines and widespread outages. I'm craig cohen today on. Houston matters the very latest. The power is out for more than four hundred fifty thousand centerpoint energy customers more than a third of them in houston. This after nicholas made landfall as a hurricane and dumped more than a foot of rain in some spots. South of the houston area nicholas has since slowed and has been downgraded again to a tropical storm. While it's weakened heavy rains could continue to impact especially communities along the texas coast this hour harris county officials including judge. Lena hidalgo space city. Weather's eric berger and news eighty eight seven reporters and producers from all over the houston area. We'll start with news update from npr news. Eighty eight seven. Stay with us her. This.
"nicholas" Discussed on Perspectives on Healthcare
"Welcome back to perspectives on healthcare. My perspective today comes from nicholas. Smith now. I have to tell you that when you're starting a podcast. The first thing that you do is you go. Shake the tree of friends and family and nicholas. When i shook the tree nicholas fell out of it which was fantastic. He is he is a friend of his. His mom is a friend of mine..
"nicholas" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"That's happened to me or something. I've seen and then at some point veer away from my actual life story. This occurred only. After i wrote white spines in a sense. White spines tells the the story of my life in nonfiction mode. That i'd already kind of told in festival which i mentioned before which was is which is my seventh novel and most recent novel. They'd strangely similar because in novel there is a character who collects picketers and he is a teacher of creative writing. I don't want to labor the point too much but there are similarities between the two books. So i am. I'm comfortable writing about myself but at the same time. I didn't want to be too much of that. So i found. I found that i was sort of threading details in here and there and probably if you condensed the autobiographical material in white spines to its essence. It would probably only occupy say five thousand words or something like that. I mean yeah lots of it says i went into this shopping. I found that book. But that's not really the same kind of content as Relating things to do with my my family or things like that and some of those things are in there with. I think and hope a light touch nicholas. I collect books to and the books. I collect very very specific. And they have to have been signed by the author within five minutes of us concluding an interview so i am now going to conclude this interview and ask you to do exactly that. I'll do great pleasure. Whites finds confessions of a book. Collector by nicholas royal is published by salt. It's up now. You've been listening to meet the writers. Thanks to the production team of nora hall and sophie. Monaghan koons. I'm georgina godwin. Thank you for listening..
"nicholas" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"That closing all the time which is terribly sad but every now and then a new will open or a shop that sells new books like barely fisher in guston in east. London was dot selling secondhand books. In in a great converted basement space which which they they are now doing. I wonder how much that the stock of of every shop is influenced by who lives in the area so all second hand bookshops buying in books in which case there is some kind of curatorial process or are they absolutely dependent on the fact that people in that part of the country. Love this kind of book. And that's what's then being passed. That is a good question. And i think i mean i've spoken to some managers of oxfam bookshops to to say to us than that very question to say you must be to some extent cure rating the contents of your bookshelves because in some cases they're so good and in other cases where you would expect them to be just as good. They're slightly less good and those those Manages those shops tell me that it is all down to donations and what comes in. So you know you might find that The oxfam bookshops in crouch end almost well hill. O'hearn hill up particularly good. A maybe that's down to the local population and The books that they donate. There's a difference between charity bookshops and second hand booksellers One particular difference is that very often. The owners of secondhand bookshops will go out and House clearances and they will look entire libraries and they might buy an entire library. You know they might go out and inspect one thing. Is this worth it. Do i want this and get the whole thing. So definitely with with the the really. Good second hand booksellers. That's something that's going on and it could be that. Those books is going out of their area. So you might have. Peter willis for example runs. Books peckham fantastic shop and peckham which is recently moved to proper bricks and mortar premises having previously. Been kind of pop up shop in an alleyway. I know that peter goes an looks collections of books and he's always bringing in new stock so his stock changes constantly and his prices are very reasonable as well. Books fly out of the shop really great little shop and he's also very interested in zien ze so. Yeah it's a mix really of of what comes in and what booksellers go out and find now. You mentioned that they are closing all the time and i wonder what changes you've seen within the secondhand book industry over the last what thirty years that you've been collecting Well fewer shops. And and where's it headed. I.
"nicholas" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"The stories written by the writers. But i'm drawn at the same time to these other stories the story of who inscribed this book and to whom and what they've written and when they wrote it and sometimes where they wrote it and you can read so much into that and maybe it's partly because i'm a fiction writer that i'm drawn to that because i'm thinking. Wow what what's the story here. And sometimes i mean. I found a copy of one of my novels my first novel by which i mean not the novel call first novel which had my seventy novel by first novel. Which counterparts and i found a copy of the penguin edition of that under the under waterloo bridge There's bookstores there. They've been there for donkey's years. Still there i found this copy of counterparts then said inside. I can't remember the name of the dedicate tea or not dedicate e but the name of the person to whom the book was being given but it was something like. I bought this book a week ago or two weeks ago. A book about alienated and pain or something. How was i to know so what's happened in the meantime absolutely fascinating. And what's interesting is that. She's decided still to give it to her and then she said happy birthday and signs it. So i'm really drawn to these these sort of bonus stories inside these books. Let's slight diversion here. Why call you a seventh novel. I know i just became interested in in reuters. I novels and i found. I taught a course on. I novels where i teach creative writing manchester metropolitan university and i started collecting i novels as well and an an reading and i'm just i think there's something particularly interesting about a first novel. The the sort of generally accepted wisdom about first novels that they are very autobiographical and they may be. But that's not necessarily what attracts me about them. It's just i think the sense that this is the first thing that this writer said in a way. And i know that first novels are very often not the first novels that those writers have written but nevertheless you have to kind of disregard that otherwise you'd start going mad trying to work out which i novels or actually i novels and witches second novels and whatever and so i became increasingly interested in this idea of the first novel and in collecting i novels and writing about them and reading them so it just made sense to write a novel called first novel. That was about a writer in china right. His second novel okay. I'm really confused so so interesting. And so interesting that the work you do combined with your teaching and all of this collecting books particularly pickett'll tells the story of picador. Picador started in ninety seventy two in. I think it was october. Certainly the autumn of nineteen eighty two And it was part of pan macmillan and it was started by publisher called sunny matter and he had some very good people working for him. Some of whom. I have interviewed in the book so i didn't want to write a history or biography of picador but nevertheless at the same time i felt that it would. It would be more interesting if i went to some of these people and spoke to some of these people and and and and put some of what they say in the book so that it's so the book is not only about writers and artists. Because i'm also very interested in the. The covers of the books and autism created those covers..
"nicholas" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"It's my favorite form why i prefer it to novel. Although i love novels is because you almost always will read a short story in one go. The writer may even have written it in one go. But that's that's not likely but nevertheless there's this incredible intimacy when you're reading a short story and i think that is partly down to the fact that you read it in one go. It doesn't matter whether you read it sitting down in the bath oil. Or as i often do walking i do most of my reading while walking until into lamposts. Not since i was a child and i wasn't reading anything at the time. I did once bump into a lamppost on my way into school. Just because i've been looking around talking to sunday. I have not made that mistake again so now. I'm always looking forward. But i've always got a book in front of me. That's wonderful people must give you some very odd stairs. I find sometimes. I look up and people are smiling up and i liked that so i will smile silly. So what makes secondhand books in particular so specialty you. That's a good question. Because once upon a time i would have preferred a new book Because i would have wanted it to not only be new but to remain new to to carry on looking new and pristine wouldn't want anything written in it. I wouldn't want the spine cracked. And i suppose to some extent that i still feel like that with regard to new books. If you give me a new book. I wanted to carry on looking like that but with second hand books now i find that i'm increasingly drawn to the ones that really really look like they've been red and owned and carried in handbags and i will take them off the shelf now and i will have a look inside and i'm deliberately looking for the name of a previous owner written in there and i wanted in penn..
"nicholas" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Hello this is. Meet the writers. Georgina godwin now. Many people describe themselves as book lovers. There is no doubt about this week's guest devotion to them however there's a writer editor and creative writing teacher. Books are fundamental to his life. His new book white spines. Confessions of book collector is part memoir part nonfiction and explores the secondhand shops. He used to build his one thousand strong book collection of piccadilly fixing nicholas royal. Welcome to meet the writers. Thank you thank you very much. Did this obsession with books start. I think it started well with books. It started when i was very young and in the blyton books which i just adored. I love the folk of the faraway tree in the enchanted. Would these mysterious lands on top of this tree with these incredibly interesting characters. The obsession with pickett'll started actually with a record with a single by bow house called dark entries and on the front cover of the sleeve of dark entries. There was a painting covina. Sleep by paul delvaux a belgian surrealist and it was credited on the back of the sleeve was the take coury so i went to the gallery. I saw the painting hanging. Didn't know how lucky. I wasn't the time to actually see a painting hanging rather than it being in the store but it was amazing and i became a fan of pulled. Elvis work up point and so some time later. When i saw another painting by the same artist on a book cover which was on the cover of ice a novel by anna kavan. The great english novelist and short story writer recognize the delvaux painting on the cover of that immediately. And this was a picador book. And i would have either seen it. Maybe in camden town short market on a on a table with the cover staring at me. Or i might have seen it. One of hundreds of spines identical spines in scoop books on southampton row at them was a great secondhand bookshop which is still going today in a in a different location And they used to stock all of their picador their secondhand picador books together than them together. Which i found a very impressive sight when i walked in there for the first time. And maybe i pulled some of them out. Maybe i pulled that one out. And i saw the the delvaux cover and i thought. Wow it's the artist again. I need this book so is by van was probably my first picador. And if that was my first and my second was an anthology called blackwater. The anthology of fantastic literature edited by alberta mengual. Which parents gave me for christmas in nineteen ninety-three and a wonderful anthology full of short stories. And that's where that's where my my obsession with pickett'll began because of course you are short story writing yourself. Yes a little bit about your work. Well i've been a short story writer since around about that time. Actually since i went away to university started collecting my own books..
"nicholas" Discussed on Creatively Christian
"Hello everyone this is brandon. Huffman's worth one of the podcast hosts for theophanous media's creatively christian podcasts and i am super excited to be on The podcast today with nicholas mueller A gentleman. I've been following for some time on twitter on social media and only just really connected with yesterday personally And it was a great a great meeting Hello nicholas thanks for joining us today. Thanks for having me on here. In a congratulations on getting this all started up and going. This is going to be a lot of fun absolutely absolutely. So yeah we. We're actually recording this in late october. And it won't be out until probably sometime in january..
"nicholas" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"It's the the thing to it's if you look behind you people will believe you in those days people americans. We're rich so light. Thought they would go to the bank of england's people who've done backwards to give them running a lot was said so that's really sorry but what is you know. It's a complicated story because the four of them which is to say in the piece. I it's like Actions meets Except in this case it's a real. Detaching willie pinkerton. This is the thing it's not just about these jag. Needless to a and everything. It's it's the fact that you've got on the other side of things you've got the original pinkerton as an pinkston activated you flash on his suing them and this isn't a time before technology rarely but the being chased all over the world so much of the book and you said to yourself indiana and just say hey. Be proud to meet the amount On this book. Nixon south a lot of the action on this book is taking place on what was then. The new high-speed chains was eight sort of all in transit. They move in all the time. It's what i think is interesting is if somebody did it today they would be in a faceless building in a foreign country going click on the computer screen it will be done but in those days you had to present yourself at the bank of england then the rothschilds in paris at all over the world would chased and the one one of them gets to new york and keeping up because they've left dates off old on supposed to be forward to throw so to chase at the and when they get to when he gets to new york new york. Police are enormous as well because with bribery. So you never laughed about it. Was you never quite knew who to trust. And you know that they're conman and everybody else they interact words and then there's something that i how many coat trousers. Thirty eight trials. One of the problems is we talked about if you if you a full solo international fieldstone. It's today it's going. Click and we documents and start doing that. There's nothing inherently dramatic adviser. But i went to the bank of england in the basement. The all kinds on the actual transcript of the trial was a trial eighties. Which one of the lawyers said was the most amazing trial in the annals. History and the transcript was that so i i'm not eventually dialup because it's all and even more interesting on the day it was rooms that we're gonna be screaming because they one of the brothers. These soldiers came o'gara started paying a jailers. New and other places and stronger was that they wanted to call it becomes paulina. Not at the last. Minute was stopped. So it's it's a highest with lots of interesting angles the and it's a good. It's a young sound. I mean they got out. I mean they they have so many. Nsa prisons more. Like hold and sells locally in america. Just by bribe. And god's or by these contacts that they had it says it all i mean the thing that fascinates me about this and the way that you'd ice well there's lots of things got got to things and they played this long con- i mean when you talk about those bonds. They is actually used a loss of exchanges with actual money to give the credibility going forward. I mean they really those from small beginnings. This was the big on that they jamie and pushed out over time. The one that they started with something called long fraud long term for all the different names. But it's basically where you up to shop. You get stuff credits. You appeared to be selling stuff and that one day shop starts avenue disappear. Who'll stalk on go to another country. I'm so people still do that. You know you read in in cases you people still do not so. That was how we started. They go to new york. Which excuse me civil was th you know. There's lots of great stories about the villainy guy on in new york. He was like the miami. Find anybody. They were involved with a currency for who maintained because again during the civil war. He said i will do. My patriotic bet led to create food. Confederacy dollars the knowle's and doing that meant to try. And subvert the the currency once they would just he was trying to use confederate money to make a vast amount that they buy stuff from the so they're involved in all this stuff and then they got together to do this this heist on the bank of england. And what's interesting reading. The document says several people. The time. thought we've never we've not the boss. There's more to this than meets the eye. Unless you know you read the book and the barrier and i ended on a question and biggest again spoiler but somebody on the deathbed as a confession. Anything this guy. How many other people adding as it was the reason i did. It was because the same thing was happening again. The world's economies communism collapsed on. You look command on you. Look and stuff. And it's the same pathology if you believable if you can pull it off if you've got to do it if you can walk into the bank of england the gold weighing room for some documents somebody says how will is something you've got this bison wisdom us let me okay so that you i was just. It's just a great story because of all these coasts. There's also the living trust which with various Women who will tangled rules including the real innocent who moves an eighteen year. old english. Go mean one of the is married. I mean as a stroke of genius in a special privileges. she's she sank an it was just. It's just a great story. It's got resonances with today as well when he say that they do the same. So the form of the come was the same. The reason they because is still the same reason people call today is that they they were so successful. That it okay. There was a mistake the last on the bun but it was just that they just got on basically got caulking Rarely if they'd have stopped Because it took something like six weeks for these bills of exchange because the bank of england act as a as the bank stop. and what's interesting eighteen. Seventy three It will start to say hold on a minute you need to capitol this again when we have people pointing fingers at the mainland. And if they still. I mean they got away with what was then a hundred thousand questions which in today's money is probably streak to five hundred you calculate and.
"nicholas" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"What happens is scientists to conference it on the two world experts on magnetized crystals they lay into each an israeli really esoteric and nobody can really follow it. If you're not a magnetized crystal expert. So you've been to human technology when people i wanna go. The is nothing compared to on this when we go on route so it was always kind of stories of the factor spoke told people that book and the good thing. The nice thing is locked in the first generation people who subsequently died we've goes interviews with them so alert to sync with us live on macbook. But i would say that anyway. You know i mean what a brilliant saudi and taken to oversee amount of time if your whole career and using the access i just think it was. Just the weird thing is. Because i was writing the book and i was working fulltime job on the section which was the technology section. When i started off it was sixteen pages. The two us as readers lights still two of us and it was thirty six pages so so my day job was doing this. Jekyll and nine thousand nine. When i was just finishing thing a two loss emissions both crashed. I'm not great work. His of finished. Its bounded little. You know i'm just gonna leave it. Some of two thousand and eighteen wasn't desktop foul on the starting looking and they let me stop you two minute because i know that it's not a case. They just felt they actually fell your heads tonight. It they did. And i saw soon as this wound eventually. Bring the hell is list by. It was the day when there was a scientific paper in science that the curiosity rover had finally found organics. I was a message from the go-to roy spanking to nathan. So then i left reporting twenty years ago. So i've been trying to implicate one one of the minsk reporter in canada elizabeth. I'll is the original energizer. Bunny at writing replenish mom. She's written two books. Upton bitter shopping. Bits of gardening and turin mentoring. Yeah no she's So we were together. I'm basically even though we had to get it finished for the summer jolie because their three missions now on route that will arrive the next february after that. He's going to be very difficult to pull this book. That's but yeah so it is unconnected you say the as off this morning i see on monday. So we're recording this. On thursday mundane nasa has got an announcement about the moon. Did you say shula now. It's a vague announces one. Same nassar's very good in recent years is teasing the press because now nobody. The story was interesting because it makes there are lots of different series. My favorite was the the expensive escort with the clinton administration official in the washington. Hotel has talking to the clinton white snaps about this toddler. You can't keep anything this. We laugh about conspiracy theories we yeah. You can't give anything sneak secret the just six weeks ago. Venus story the day the book arrived in the uk so he didn't such a mas last final venus less than a day marching venus That was a leak because she can't nobody can financing with this thing by the time this goes out we'll know what she says it's basically a nassir. Absorption back something for suddenly a telescope points that they can accurately all the warsaw biker in the atmosphere. So it's probably i would imagine it will be something to do with water or results because pushing the awesomeness a tinfoil hack club which is how conspiracy club and get you talking about the mainland's another time your view and not just be hilarious. It was imagine i was out. Never stop talking. And then it would be just million. I always think of aim resulted in punching that guy anyway so right now i've got i've got the next thing because you've just said the few days well three things actually twitter. I'm particularly putting out stupid criminals and just laughing so juvenile childishly cats obviously yes we talked was silly broadcasts but the other thing is is the last book that you rings and which i will flash your pitches off my coffee. Mike signs coping because the thieves threadneedle street. The may have come across as unto. Get as a sort of modern day. Connah's professionals associated genera. This is just one of my top. Ten books about kostas. This as nee like a romp through something that i mean. I mean festival of all i got used as just just you say as talking you'll see my head but this is why. Why is it outlined the story. And then we'll go into some of the details get uncontrollably. How long story which is quite interesting again. Okay story is really about a famous. Although the fame waned It's a famous forgery. In victorian england but involves the brand convenience and they attempt to daylight robbery using things called bills of exchange now in victorian london worthy equipment to credit cards. You saw i. Oh you notes pass them around discredit and as long as everybody. In the chain honest truthful wouldn't be any problems or they started and that's really the story on why is also was interesting is because i happen to be in los angeles mystery in two thousand and eight when world economies collapsing. Long radios. the stuff about thirty madoff. So they're king. And listen. And i started thinking i wanted to win. The first one happened deter curiosity on wendy for was stock market crash. In less i started looking for as was eighteen. Seventy three and if you the book but if you look at the great on could eighteen seventeen three. The worlds of companies rose eighteen because people were over investing money into stuff. Wouldn't work railway's the railway mania. When i think that happens ashore as day follows night. There's going to be and that was basically what they do. They sounded plausible because they derive their american there in london in limit night. Well to spend money well which got from foolish talk and.