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"nicholas" Discussed on Ominous Origins

Ominous Origins

01:35 min | 4 d ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Ominous Origins

"Oh more believable right now for all your horror. Pop culture needs. They also have an extensive library of podcasts. To listen to including my new one cheer and loathing featuring stephanie the editor in chief of morbidly beautiful and myself as we bicker about well movies sometimes. It's horror sometimes is not. We have a bonus episode featuring nick ages con air this week where i will shit all over it but onto today's episode which features a director by the name of nicholas snyder. Now who's nikola snyder. You might be wondering well. He's a brand new director and his latest film is called the astrology of pandemics. Nicholas was kind enough to sit down with me and talk about the making of his film as well as the events that led. Up to it including the alignments of certain planets that led to certain events which allowed him to actually make the film. It's a truly fascinating. Watch from a fascinating man. He super genuine intelligent and has a lot of theories. About how the planetary alignments and pandemic's over the course of history including the one where currently in all kinds of lineup he even mentioned to me off recording that my last episode but the dancing plague in fifteen eighteen did indeed align with some very specific planets in very specific signs in the sky super interesting. Give it a listen. This is nicholas snyder. And you can catch his film. The astrology of pandemics on pretty much.

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Nicola Sturgeon is unfit to lead Scotland, Alex Salmond tells inquiry

The Briefing

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

Nicola Sturgeon is unfit to lead Scotland, Alex Salmond tells inquiry

"Alex salmond says nicholas. Sturgeon government isn't fit to lead scotland. His appearance was hotly anticipated and his words were damning. An accent has claimed. The leadership of scotland has failed the country and he suggested it's not fit to lead it to independence more than four hours. He gave evidence to a hollywood inquiry. It's examining the scottish government's botched investigation into sexual misconduct claims against him. The former first minister set personnel rather than institutions. Were at fault you can read about what he's called a calculated and deliberate suppression of key evidence and we have a blow by blow account in our politics live blog.

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Clippers edge Jazz 116-112, snap Utah's 9-game win streak

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Clippers edge Jazz 116-112, snap Utah's 9-game win streak

"Core I. Leonard scored twenty nine points in back up Lou Williams had nineteen is the clippers stop Utah's nine game winning streak one sixteen one twelve the clippers avenged an eighteen point loss to Utah two nights earlier when starters Leonard Paul George and Nicholas but two more sidelined George had fifteen points in his return from a seven game absence with an injured toe Donovan Mitchell scored twenty nine of his thirty five points in the second half of the NBA leading jazz who lost for just the second time in their last twenty two games boy am Bogdanovich added twenty three points as the jazz fell to a league best twenty four and six I'm Dave Ferrie

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New York PD to assign cops to deal with rash of scary subway crime

First Morning News

00:58 sec | Last week

New York PD to assign cops to deal with rash of scary subway crime

"Subway? The NYPD is going to send an extra 644 cops into the system after a serious of attack public can expect to see the surge of uniformed presence in the subway system for the foreseeable future. Patrolling platforms, securing entry ways and riding the trains as C NYPD Transit chief Kathleen O'Reilly. She says officers will be spread throughout the system with the emphasis on morning and evening rush. Number still short of the additional 1000 officers. The empty A asked for this. After weekend attacks left two people dead in there were two more subway attacks yesterday, perpetrated by different suspects. First about 6:50 A.m. 68 year old woman was punched in the back of the head by a man in his twenties that happened on the North bound a train platform, 125th Street and ST Nicholas Avenue. And then, just before noon, 71 year old Asian woman was punched in the face on a south bound train their 53rd and seventh. The victim believes that was a hate crime. Well as for Governor

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"nicholas" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"It openly hostile. Beverly accused nancy of trying to take nicholas away from her. For a second time the impostor continued to protest that he was nicholas barclay and unable to force the family day testing while she waited. I search warn. Nancy decided to employ a different tactic to prove to nicholas's family that he wasn't their son. She took photographs of him and other family members to a forensic goddess that the fbi are to compare bone structures of the individuals to her surprise. The oddest concluded that.

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"nicholas" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

07:26 min | 2 weeks ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Reclined on the lounge. In beverly's house nicholas sat while camera crews setup antietam wearing ten. Let's jacket sunglasses. And a wide brimmed for dora stall hat nicholas explained to the details of his capshaw to the listening reporter as well. As featuring on hardcopy excerpts of view had taken to play on that evening's local nightly news sitting behind the camera crews private investigator. Charlie pokka watched on aged in his fifty s. The will locked detective. Watch as the interviewer asked to nicholas about details of the ripe he had been subjected to. Charlie's spent many hours of his time working for charity that dealt with unsolved children's murders and as he observed nicholas before him. He knew that something wasn't right. There were many inconsistencies. That struck chali as odd about the teen's behavior. He spoke with a thick french accent. Although nikola explained this was because he was not allowed to speak english while being held captive noticing a photograph of nicholas barklay as a child nearby. Chali picked it up as he studied it. He felt the hairs on the back of his neck stand. Up charlie was immediately struck by the stock difference in cal- between the photograph and nicholas sitting on the land in front of him. Charlie recalled article he address. The pace was about how scotland yard identified martin. Luther king junior's assassinate. James earl ray at london's heathrow airport but comparing a photograph of his ease person z's a review unique has a set of fingerprints lighter that not on his personal computer. Charlie compared still taken from the dies interview with missing poster depicting nikola at the time of his disappearance using adobe photoshop he aligned the years for comparison. They were close but not a match. He had no idea who the person was who had given the interview early ad that day but chali paka was sure of one thing. It was not nicholas barklay. Chali phoned special agent needs. Fishe listened to his theory but initially dismissed it as nicholas's family had identified him and was certain that the tain was nicholas barklay recalling the fbi interview with nicholas. Nancy remembered that she was initially struck by his appearance. She was expecting a teenager with lot faith.'. And was surprised when someone who seemed much older than attain with dhaka's and a five o'clock shadow presented himself although he's had was blonde he also had doc routes coming through as ray growth conducting some research. Nancy learned that there was one drug to treat glaucoma that could alter rock cala but certainly not to the extreme where they would change from blue to brown. Meanwhile the investigation into nicholas's kidnapping as part of an international sex ring was going nowhere although going into great detail about the physical and psychological trauma. He enjoyed nicholas could not recall any details that would assist the investigation such as locations or descriptions of his captors in february nineteen ninety eight full months after nicholas returned home special agent. Nancy bishop spoke with doctor bruce. Perry shaded needed advice from the world renowned forensic psychiatrist who specialized in children suffering from trauma. Doctor bruce perry was the husband of alice. Perry fate in episode one hundred and thirty seven of case file. Nancy organized for dr perry to interview. Nicholas the hope was. He could extract from him some useful that would further the investigation. Doctor bruce perry also agreed to assess whether the nicholas was an american and put to end the speculation that he was someone else. Nicholas was flown to the texas children's hospital and met with doctor bruce perry as soon as nicholas introduced himself alarm bells. Rang for dr perry. Hey listened as nicholas recanted his ordeal noticing that he did not display any of the physiological or behavioral features commonly associated with those recanting traumatic events such as dilated pupils edginess and to not brought pasta. Instead it appeared that nicholas was retelling a one that had not happened to him after interviewing nicholas for several hours to biggest red flag to dr perry that nicholas was not who he claimed to be was. He's frenchaccent duct to perry phone to nancy. Fishe explaining that had nicholas spent the ease before he's abduction. In the usa he should have reverted to an american accent. Not the thick frenchaccent. He was unable to drop. Pay told nancy that. Hey could guarantee the person presenting as nicholas barklay was not in an english speaking family as nicholas boarded the flight back to san antonio nancy fifty code carey. She told carrie that the mayo person who returned to them could not possibly bay nicholas barklay because there was no way that this person was born in american in response carey screened and yelled out. Oh my god. Nancy won't carry not to make nicolas the san antonio airport as she had planned to do advising that he could be an extremely dangerous individual instead. Nancy would make him at the airport and handled the situation herself. She calmed carry and told her that on no uncertain terms which shea required to take this person back home with her. As nancy fish organiz her plan. She was left with one major. Lingering question if the teenager wasn't nicholas barklay.

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"nicholas" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

07:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"For her family. Nikola softened lashed out at beverly heating and cursing at her and the police had been called out on a number of occasions to breakout arguments in an attempt to control nicholas outbursts. Beverly asked geraldo son. Nikolas brought by jason to move in having jason dair initially diffused tension between bedi nicholas. But as tom went by jason who was in his early twenties and also struggling with drug addiction came caught up in the family. Fighting dare arguments could be heard from neighbouring properties on june thirteen nineteen ninety-four nicholas decided to blow off some steam. After a fought with these mother bus shooting a few hoops at the local park. He had a law on his mind. He already had a juvenile record and was due to faces sentencing. Hearing the following day this was to address a racing event in which he had broken into a convenience store and stalin a pair of tennis shoes. One possible outcome of the hearing was that nicholas could be placed in a group arm a prospect that greatly distressed him before nicholas left pressed the fog dollar bill into. He's hand her only instructions with him to be back home for dinner shea then retired to bed to sleep in preparation for her not shift. That work light that afternoon. The phone rang at the house. Jason answered was nicholas asking if these mother could pick him up from the park. Jason told nicholas that beverly was still sleeping and he'd have to walk time nicholas. Barklay never made it home for dinner that night the next morning following not shift at the donuts door. Beverly reported nicholas missing to local. Police nicholas had a history of running away from home and the offices were initially unconcerned by his disappearance. They speculated that nicholas was avoiding he sentencing hearing and reassured beverly that he would likely show up after a few days as he had done in the past. Beverly couldn't shake the feeling that something more was amiss. Shea and nicholas is older siblings jason and sister carey when about the neighborhood putting up flyers and knocking in the hopes someone had seen the blonde haired blue wad slim. Tain police interviewed beverly's baugh who told of the many arguments shea heard coming from the house particularly after jason had moved back in with nicholas and his mother wakes passed with no lades. Nicholas's disappearance gained little media attention. He's family felt that authorities had minimal interest in trying to locate the missing tain diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and naturally trusting of strangers. Beverly thought that nicholas smart have accepted a lift home with an unknown person and met with foul play. She spoke of her sons loving nature. Anyone who would listen hoping to sway the local perception that he was unruly teenager. She remembered how affectionate hey could bay and thought about. He's taught warm hug often three and a half months off his disappearance a small glimmer of hope that nicholas barklay was alive and well presented itself. Jason was returning home one afternoon when he saw nicholas trying to break into the garage of their low set modest brick family. Time when nicholas court saw jason Disappearing down the straight jason. Find the local police and an was dispatched to the house Hey conducted a search of the premises and the straight blocks surrounding time but could find no sign of nicholas despite this promising laid there were no further sightings and the case turned code as the months. Dis went by nicholas. Family came to the conclusion that he had most likely died. Had he been alive they were certain he would have reached out to them. Jason's cocaine addictions borrowed out of control off his brother's disappearance. Anti checked himself into a rehab facility. Nicholas's sister carey. Who was twenty seven. When her little brother went missing told the media it came to the point. Where you know. You're not going to find him alive. But you just wanna find out what happened to him on october. Seven nineteen ninety-seven descent. Antonio police department in texas received a phone call. it was from a police officer in the bustling city of llaneras three hundred columbus south of the spanish capital of madrid. He introduced himself as officer. Jonathan dorian and told the police had some important news nicholas barklay had been found alive and well wondering the streets of llaneras jonathan. Dorian used the police often questioning nicholas would be transferred to a local homeless shelter for children outside of llaneras in the spanish countryside while he waited to be reunited with his family he gave this san antonio police department the contact details shelter telling them that. Hey was i've assaying nicholas's case there. An office off from in antonio police department phoned the donut shop. Y beverly d. Lod worked to tell her than us. Beverly wasn't working at the time. So an employee scribbled down the contact details of the children's shelter llaneras comprehending the gravity of this situation. The employee phoned beverly immediately and dive the next few days beverly tried desperately to contact opposite jonathan dorian however every time she called the show she was met on the end of the lawn but someone who spoke no english causing beverly to hang up in frustration after a few days nicholas assist a kerry tried calling. The phone was answered by officer. Jonathan dorian hey told kerry that he actually had nicholas sitting right beside him however he was too scared to talk to her on the phone in he. Strong french accent officer. Dorian explained to carry that nicholas had confided in him that he had been abducted from his home town in san antonio and seiken ola the europe in secrecy he had been sexually abused as part of a pedophile. Sex ring..

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"nicholas" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

05:23 min | 2 weeks ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Three years and full month earlier. Thirteen year. Old nicholas lie left. He's family san antonio home in frustration with a reputation for being troubled. Pain nicholas frequently skipped school and when he did attend he was often in trouble for being disruptive he's home life was equally unstable single mother. Beverly dullah was a high functioning heroin addict who worked seven nights a week at a local donuts door to provide for her family. Nikola softened lashed out at beverly heating and cursing at her and the police had been called out on a number of occasions to breakout arguments in an attempt to control nicholas outbursts. Beverly asked geraldo son. Nikolas brought by jason to move in having jason dair initially diffused tension between bedi nicholas. But as tom went by jason who was in his early twenties and also struggling with drug addiction came caught up in the family. Fighting dare arguments could be heard from neighbouring properties on june thirteen nineteen ninety-four nicholas decided to blow off some steam. After a fought with these mother bus shooting a few hoops at the local park. He had a law on his mind. He already had a juvenile record and was due to faces sentencing. Hearing the following day this was to address a racing event in which he had broken into a convenience store and stalin a pair of tennis shoes. One possible outcome of the hearing was that nicholas could be placed in a group arm a prospect that greatly distressed him before nicholas left pressed the fog dollar bill into. He's hand her only instructions with him to be back home for dinner shea then retired to bed to sleep in preparation for her not shift. That work light that afternoon. The phone rang at the house. Jason answered was nicholas asking if these mother could pick him up from the park. Jason told nicholas that beverly was still sleeping and he'd have to walk time nicholas. Barklay never made it home for dinner that night the next morning following not shift at the donuts door. Beverly reported nicholas missing to local. Police nicholas had a history of running away from home and the offices were initially unconcerned by his disappearance. They speculated that nicholas was avoiding he sentencing hearing and reassured beverly that he would likely show up after a few days as he had done in the past. Beverly couldn't shake the feeling that something more was amiss. Shea and nicholas is older siblings jason and sister carey when about the neighborhood putting up flyers and knocking in the hopes someone had seen the blonde haired blue wad slim. Tain police interviewed beverly's baugh who told of the many arguments shea heard coming from the house particularly after jason had moved back in with nicholas and his mother wakes passed with no lades. Nicholas's disappearance gained little media attention. He's family felt that authorities had minimal interest in trying to locate the missing tain diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and naturally trusting of strangers. Beverly thought that nicholas smart have accepted a lift home with an unknown person and met with foul play. She spoke of her sons loving nature. Anyone who would listen hoping to sway the local perception that he was unruly teenager. She remembered how affectionate hey could bay and thought about. He's taught warm hug often three and a half months off his disappearance a small glimmer of hope that nicholas barklay was alive and well presented itself. Jason was returning home one afternoon when he saw nicholas trying to break into the garage of their low set modest brick family. Time when nicholas court saw jason Disappearing down the straight jason. Find the local police and an was dispatched to the house Hey conducted a search of the premises and the straight blocks surrounding time but could find no sign of nicholas despite this promising laid there were no further sightings and the case turned code as the months. Dis went by nicholas. Family came to the conclusion that he had most likely died. Had he been alive they were certain he would have reached out to them.

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The Case Of Nicholas Barclay

Casefile True Crime

05:23 min | 2 weeks ago

The Case Of Nicholas Barclay

"Three years and full month earlier. Thirteen year. Old nicholas lie left. He's family san antonio home in frustration with a reputation for being troubled. Pain nicholas frequently skipped school and when he did attend he was often in trouble for being disruptive he's home life was equally unstable single mother. Beverly dullah was a high functioning heroin addict who worked seven nights a week at a local donuts door to provide for her family. Nikola softened lashed out at beverly heating and cursing at her and the police had been called out on a number of occasions to breakout arguments in an attempt to control nicholas outbursts. Beverly asked geraldo son. Nikolas brought by jason to move in having jason dair initially diffused tension between bedi nicholas. But as tom went by jason who was in his early twenties and also struggling with drug addiction came caught up in the family. Fighting dare arguments could be heard from neighbouring properties on june thirteen nineteen ninety-four nicholas decided to blow off some steam. After a fought with these mother bus shooting a few hoops at the local park. He had a law on his mind. He already had a juvenile record and was due to faces sentencing. Hearing the following day this was to address a racing event in which he had broken into a convenience store and stalin a pair of tennis shoes. One possible outcome of the hearing was that nicholas could be placed in a group arm a prospect that greatly distressed him before nicholas left pressed the fog dollar bill into. He's hand her only instructions with him to be back home for dinner shea then retired to bed to sleep in preparation for her not shift. That work light that afternoon. The phone rang at the house. Jason answered was nicholas asking if these mother could pick him up from the park. Jason told nicholas that beverly was still sleeping and he'd have to walk time nicholas. Barklay never made it home for dinner that night the next morning following not shift at the donuts door. Beverly reported nicholas missing to local. Police nicholas had a history of running away from home and the offices were initially unconcerned by his disappearance. They speculated that nicholas was avoiding he sentencing hearing and reassured beverly that he would likely show up after a few days as he had done in the past. Beverly couldn't shake the feeling that something more was amiss. Shea and nicholas is older siblings jason and sister carey when about the neighborhood putting up flyers and knocking in the hopes someone had seen the blonde haired blue wad slim. Tain police interviewed beverly's baugh who told of the many arguments shea heard coming from the house particularly after jason had moved back in with nicholas and his mother wakes passed with no lades. Nicholas's disappearance gained little media attention. He's family felt that authorities had minimal interest in trying to locate the missing tain diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and naturally trusting of strangers. Beverly thought that nicholas smart have accepted a lift home with an unknown person and met with foul play. She spoke of her sons loving nature. Anyone who would listen hoping to sway the local perception that he was unruly teenager. She remembered how affectionate hey could bay and thought about. He's taught warm hug often three and a half months off his disappearance a small glimmer of hope that nicholas barklay was alive and well presented itself. Jason was returning home one afternoon when he saw nicholas trying to break into the garage of their low set modest brick family. Time when nicholas court saw jason Disappearing down the straight jason. Find the local police and an was dispatched to the house Hey conducted a search of the premises and the straight blocks surrounding time but could find no sign of nicholas despite this promising laid there were no further sightings and the case turned code as the months. Dis went by nicholas. Family came to the conclusion that he had most likely died. Had he been alive they were certain he would have reached out to them.

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CHP motorcycle officer injured in crash on 10 Freeway near downtown Los Angeles

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

CHP motorcycle officer injured in crash on 10 Freeway near downtown Los Angeles

"The westbound 10 freeway near downtown Los Angeles jammed up right now, investigators looking into a multi vehicle collision that heard a CHP motorcycle officer Alley City fires Nicholas Prying tells KNX. It happened just before 10 45 this morning, your Normandie Avenue firefighter, paramedics arrived on scene the find three patients with serious injuries. He says the three were a treat of the scene and then taken to the hospital. There's no word on their current conditions A driver was detained by officers reportedly will trying to leave. The scene will have much more on this problem and how long it's expected to last during our next traffic report coming up in just a couple of

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Alaska tribes await word from FCC about broadband licenses

Native America Calling

03:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Alaska tribes await word from FCC about broadband licenses

"This is national native news. Tony gonzales alaska. Tribes are awaiting word on scores of wireless broadband licenses by the federal communications commission. It's part of a push to improve internet access and underserved communities a startup called alaska. Tribal spectrum received a one hundred thousand dollar grant to register as many alaska tribes during the final months of last year's application period gym berlin. Heads the keybase nonprofit which has signed up nearly seventy tribes mcnally commission were set up to create a recreated website in an application process to make it very very simple to join the consortium application and get as many as many tribes to grab a hold of for free asset before before the window closed any unclaimed licenses will go to auction to private carriers berlin says it was a big push to get rural tribes with poor internet to enroll on their website and the struggles. They had were told the craziest stories. You'd ever wanna hear trying to get their application in some of them. We ended up faxing in in in in to get an in Somehow to handwrite it. You know and do paper applications. I mean it was. It's so challenging. One of those tribes as douglas indian association near juneau kamal lint off says the trip was happy to get assistance. We had no clue. You know what this really was. And then no clue on how to how we manage it or even get started We had probably a couple of different places contact us and we kinda jumped on board with that one stinking. I was all we needed to do. Some of the applications overlap the douglas tribes applications for coverage in an area also claimed by central council of clinton haida indian tribes. Overlapping claims are being negotiated. Tribes will still have to pay for infrastructure. The cares act created a one billion dollar broadband fund tribes can apply for alaska. Tribal spectrum has applied separately for a federal community connect grant to bring broadband service to villages and the bristol bay region montana state lawmakers heard two bills wednesday seeking to establish indigenous peoples day in october yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas has more senate bill. One forty six brought by senator. Shane mauricio a democrat from missoula would replace columbus day with indigenous peoples day. Senate bill ninety four sponsored by democrat. Susan weber from browning in northern montana would also establish indigenous peoples day but does not remove columbus day. More support was shown for the proposal to remove columbus day. Even the other bill sponsor said she preferred it. But many proponents including jordan thompson confederated salem in kootenai tribal member spoke on behalf of both bills are believed that the first bill we heard today was kind of like inviting everyone to the same backyard for a barbecue. This one's more like waving at each other with fence in between so we support it. But i'd much rather be at the barbecue. Proponents of the bills spoke to the importance of celebrating. What they called true. Us history acknowledging olive montana's citizens and the harm of celebrating christopher columbus whose acts of genocide and crimes against native. Americans are well documented. No one opposed either bill. During the hearing similar montana legislation failed in twenty seventeen and twenty nineteen. No executive action was taken on either bill for national news and report for america. I'm caitlyn nicholas the. Us senate committee on indian affairs holding. Its first meeting of the new congress thursday. The committee will elect new leaders. Senator bryan shots democrat from hawaii. As chairman and republican senator. Lisa murkowski from alaska as vice chair cove in nineteen relief healthcare education sacred site protection and a long list of other issues are among tribal priorities. I man tonia

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Broward judge rules school district wasn’t obligated to issue warning over Parkland school shooter

Ben Shapiro

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Broward judge rules school district wasn’t obligated to issue warning over Parkland school shooter

"Ruling against the families of the Parkland school shooting victims in a lawsuit. Sarah Bartlett has the details. The lawsuit was filed against the Broward School district with families claiming that school officials did not properly respond to potential threats by accused shooter Nicholas Cruz. However, a judge found that officials could not predict that Cruz would carry out the massacre and added that Crews had been expelled from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. So was currently not a student in the district. Sunday marks three years since 17 people were killed in the mass shooting in Washington, the

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6 More Houston Police Officers Charged After Fatal 2019 Raid

Michael Berry

00:36 sec | Last month

6 More Houston Police Officers Charged After Fatal 2019 Raid

"Woman during a botched drug raid. Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg announces new charges against six more Houston police officers. Oscar part Oh, engaging in organized criminal activity to wit, aggregate theft by public servant, said L. Lovings engaging in organized criminal activity. Nadeem Ashraf engaging in organized criminal activity. Officer Felipe A guy goes, is the second charged with murder in the case. Dennis Tuttle and Regina Nicholas, along with their dog were killed in a shootout with police. It was later discovered the lead narcotics officer secured the warrant with false information. Charges are being dismissed

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Scotland's leader vows to push for second independence vote

Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me!

04:26 min | Last month

Scotland's leader vows to push for second independence vote

"Party has today set out how it plans to secure a new referendum on Scottish independence from the United Kingdom. The Scottish National Party, or SMP, says it will try to hold a referendum if it went the majority in this year's elections to the Scottish parliament. The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has made clear his opposition to another vote. The last referendum was in 2014 when 55% voted no to independence. Paul Hutchins, political editor of Scotland's Daily Record newspaper, will the SNP leader Nicholas Sturgeon be able to secure that second referendum. If you look at what they are plan ears, it is to get a joint agreement with the U. K government on a referendum on scorching depends, which is what happened back in 2000 and 14. But this time around Tory government in London has decided that it will not grant what's known as the section 30 order, which is effectively a joint agreement, so that's put the S and P in a difficult position, so they come up with a plan B, which is to organize their own referendum at the Scottish parliament. The big issue. There is whether or not that is legal. And while there's no doubt that they will probably go down that road is going to end up in the courts, so the question of whether there will be a referendum is probably will be decided by judges. Would unionist parties in Scotland go along with the referendum that hadn't been sanctioned by Westminster? Well, that is the key issue here. I think there's a big distinction to be drawn between whether Scotch Parliament can legally organize a referendum on the legitimacy of such a process. So even if the Scottish Parliament did push ahead with our and judges To say that it was legal. I think that be question Marks Reese because first is this court's conservatives who are pro union. They've already said they would boy court such a referendum on so you could be left for the situation where you have a referendum, but one side is just not taking part. And then you end up with the result could be C 18 90% fever of independence on internationally just looks quite amateurish. So I think that ultimately what you need is a process that is agreed by both sides on as we speak to snow and agreement on that looks quite far off. In the last independence referendum you mentioned there was a pretty large margin 10% in favor of Scott, the remaining part of the United Kingdom has that shifted dramatically in the last six years. There's no doubt that in the last couple of years their husband a shift in favor of independence. I think that around the last 20 opinion polls on independence surely lead for independence. So I said quite dramatic turnaround. From 2014, and I think there's a few reasons for that. One is Brexit as you well know, People school rejected Brexit when there was a referendum on that subject. There's also no doubt that the conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson, is hugely unpopular. In Scotland, and I think that is partly responsible for the shift in public opinion. There's also a perception that Nicolas Sturgeon has handled the pandemic better and Boris Johnson has. I think it's a combination of a wussy factors as resulted in the increase in independence with the last couple years. And yet, I suppose in the back of people's minds is is the worry that actually, if membership of the European Union was driving things, there's no guarantee is there a tool that Scotland could quickly rejoined the U. Well, Brexit is the degree imponderable off this to beat. On the one hand, there's no doubt that is driving increased support for independence, but it does re some issues for the pro independence state. After was a referendum there's MP would liken depends got to rejoin the U. So you have the issue of? Well, how long would that teak and then even if an independent school and did join the European Union? What would that mean for things like Borders on immigration and cite the United Kingdom of what would it mean in terms of trade between Scotland and the rest of the Yuki? So I think that you would see a very different referendum. If we lose to tea, please, with a different set of questions raised. That was poor Hussian of Scotland's Daily record newspaper.

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U.S. Soldier Discussed Attack on New York's 9/11 Memorial, Prosecutors Say

Steve and Ted

01:23 min | Last month

U.S. Soldier Discussed Attack on New York's 9/11 Memorial, Prosecutors Say

"The U. S Army soldier has been arrested in Georgia on terrorism charges after he spoke online about plots to blow up New York City's 9 11 memorial and other landmarks. And attack US soldiers in the Middle East. Authorities say cold James Bridges of Stow, Ohio is in custody on charges of attempted material support of terrorist organization, the Islamic State Group. And attempted murder of a military member. Nicholas, be us. Representative for Manhattan. Federal prosecutors, says the 20 year old soldier also known as cold, Gonzalez was with the third Infantry Division out of Fort Stewart, Georgia when he thought he was communicating thought he was communicating with the Islamic state online about the terrorism plots. Unbeknownst to Bridges and FBI employee was in on the chat. As bridges provided detailed instructions on tactics and manuals and advice about attacking the memorial and other targets in New York City. It's amazing to be Ted. Well, I don't know. Just so many people just think they're on their own. They're there on the Internet. They're doing these things and on social media, and nobody sees it, I guess. I'm just saying, Don't nobody knows what's going on. I think we saw some good examples of that in Washington, D c the other day. Here. I am doing some bad things, but I'm doing it on on social media well, Come back and

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Retired FDNY firefighter from New York faces charges in U.S Capitol riot

Night News

00:31 sec | Last month

Retired FDNY firefighter from New York faces charges in U.S Capitol riot

"Year old F I. T student Nicholas Moncada of Staten Island and retired F. D N Y Firefighter Thomas FIA Freeport have been charged with participating in the January 6th riot at the Capitol. U S Attorney's office for the Eastern District of New York, says Moncada posted a photo of himself on Instagram standing outside Speaker Pelosi's office during the riot. He's now in custody. He fought fires for the city for 22 years before retiring October, according to NBC four and he allegedly sent photo evidence of himself inside the Capitol. We'll close contact who works within a branch of the state government.

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FIT Student Who Posted About Storming The Capitol Arrested On New York's Staten Island

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | Last month

FIT Student Who Posted About Storming The Capitol Arrested On New York's Staten Island

"Island Man has been mad for his alleged role in the capital siege. He's identified as Nicholas Moncada. He was taken into custody by the FBI this morning. Documents say he posted photos and comments on Instagram from inside the Capitol. He's a student at the Fashion Institute of Technology.

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Former NYC firefighter Thomas Fee facing arrest in Capitol riot

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | Last month

Former NYC firefighter Thomas Fee facing arrest in Capitol riot

"Of people involved in the January 6th assault on the Capitol building, including the arrest of a Staten Island man. And Thomas Phoebe, retired 22 year veteran of the F D. N Y federal agents took Nicholas Moncada and to custody at his home on Staten Island. Reportedly, he posted a photo on social media of himself inside the building, not far from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office. Meanwhile, reports have it that Thomas fee of Freeport on Long Island was arrested after his girlfriend posted on Facebook concerning his involvement and Contacted by text message he allegedly admitted as much to a federal agent James

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Montana tribes begin next phase of COVID-19 vaccinations

Native America Calling

03:53 min | Last month

Montana tribes begin next phase of COVID-19 vaccinations

"This is national native news. Tony gonzalez oklahoma congressman tom. Cole opposes impeaching president trump as members of the house moved to impeach trump accusing him of inciting violence against the government after last week's deadly riot at the us capitol and a house rules committee meeting tuesday. Kohl condemned the violence and called for justice for those who took part in violent acts. Cole says the president bears some responsibility for what occurred but says he will not support. Impeachment differ with my college in the majority. I do not believe there. Proposed course of action. Impeachment is the appropriate solution. I can think of no action. the can take is more likely to further. Divide the american people and by putting the country through the trauma of another impeachment. As i speak today. We're just eight days from the end of president trump's term of office next week president-elect biden will take the oath of office as the president of the united states at a time like this we should be seeking a path forward Healing a path toward healing the american people but instead majorities rushing to judgment without due process. The house wednesday began debate on an impeachment resolution against the president tribes in montana have vaccinated healthcare workers for covid nineteen and are moving forward on plans for community members. Yellowstone public radio's caitlyn nicholas reports last week the rocky boy health center which serves the chippewa cree in northern montana initiated phase two of the rocky boy covid nineteen vaccination plan misty denny the health centers public information officer says the scheduling team began calling elders age. Sixty five and older on december thirty first to schedule appointments or trying to discourage any kind of elderly patients from this show enough so they've been working diligently to contact the eligible recipients directly by phone danny says the clinic vaccinated healthcare workers from its initial shipment of two hundred doses of moderna vaccine and is using the remainder of its second shipment of two hundred doses for elders prioritizing those over seventy five with medical conditions most montana counties are still in there i roll out of the vaccine to healthcare workers who have direct contact exposure with the virus however other tribes in montana including the crow northern cheyenne black feet fort belknap indian community and the confederated salish and kootenai tribes started vaccinating elderly tribal members. This week. After completing the first phase of vaccinations all tribal members are prioritized to receive the vaccine under montana's vaccination plan native americans and montana have experienced disproportionately high rates of infection and mortality from the corona virus for national native news. I'm caitlyn nicholas. The navajo nation has connected more than seven hundred homes to the electrical grid using covid nineteen relief funds as arizona. Public radio's ryan hinds reports the navajo tribal utility. Authority is using nearly forty million dollars from last year's cares act to improve power lines grid capacity the tribe intended to bring power to about five hundred homes before the end of last year but was able to exceed. The goal is crews worked long hours over several months. It's a continuation of the light up navajo project that began in two thousand nineteen about a quarter of the fifty five thousand households on the navajo nation. Aren't connected to the electrical grid. It prevents access to running water reliable lighting heating and cooling as well as modern refrigeration and internet access the navajo tribal utility authority is also installing. Solar power systems in two hundred homes and several families have received bathroom additions in water. Cisterns using cares act funding. It's all part of a broad plan approved by the tribe in august for electrical water infrastructure and broadband projects in all the federal covid relief package allocated more than seven hundred million dollars to the navajo nation for national native news. I'm ryan hunches in flagstaff and demand. Tony gonzales

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Is the internet breaking your parents brains?

The Big Story

05:27 min | Last month

Is the internet breaking your parents brains?

"I'm jordan rowling's. This is the big story. Bonnie christian is a contributing editor at the week. She also writes a column entitled the lesser kingdom at christianity. Today and she is a fellow at defense priorities. Hello bonnie thank you so much for having me. You're very welcome. I think we have A common thread. And i think a lot of people listening who are about our age Probably have it too. So why don't you start by rewinding to a time for me it was late. Ninety s maybe a little later for you but take us back to how the parents of our generation approached the internet. Yeah well so my experience. And i think many people's experience it sounds like your experience was that there was a real Caution a real concern about the early internet particularly children and young adults using it on their own without supervision and you know without good judgment to recognize what could be dangerous concerns about the amount of time that we spent online. There were concerns about I think the the fear back then was like you'd be in an aol chat room and someone pretending to be your peer who's actually like a an adult pedophile is going to lure you out and kidnap you There were concerns about porn. I remember In my high school computer class. They they really drilled into us that yours needed to google before you went to a website because if you just typed in a url and maybe you misspelled it. All the pornographers bought up all the misspellings of the websites. That kids want to go to. So you misspelled disney dot com just like boom. It's going to be the worst thing ever. I never heard that one yeah. I don't think it's shoe but there was a lot of concern and in a sense. You know i think real concern that. There are a lot of bad things on the internet. Did we know At the time what. The real dangers of the rest of the internet would be. I don't think anyone back then anticipated. I mean maybe professionals but in in sort of like the common Understanding don't think anyone anticipated what social media would be like And how it would us and how it would really affect our thought patterns and and the way we consume information and the way we that information Anyone really guessed what that would be like. How did we learn. Exactly what The internet but yeah in particular social media was doing to our brains. And what do we know now about what's happening in our heads. Yeah so there's been there's been increased attention to this For some time. Now one Book i mentioned in my article with his A good read though. I wonder if he's going to put out an updated edition to address more of social media. Because it was it was published in two thousand eleven is about called the shallows what the internet is doing to our brains Written by a guy named nicholas carr and he focuses really on the effects of the medium. How it it changes how we think It makes it shortens our attention span at it. Interrupts our ability to concentrate our ability To just sort of contemplate or meditate with their own thoughts And you know he wrote that a almost a decade ago now You know before twitter was really a thing and the way it is now. Instagram didn't exist. Facebook was was very much like a place for just sort of meaningless little friendly interactions and so since then i think all of the trends that he identified early have only accelerated and The the introduction and increasing ubiquity of social media You know it really is designed to addict us in a sense. I don't think that's too strong a word. It's all very carefully designed by very smart people for return usage to get us picking up our phones five hundred times a day and that's not an exaggeration. Pick up our funds hundreds of times a day. We go to these sites dozens of times a day that that can't help but change how we think and what we think about who is most vulnerable to that kind of manipulation. I guess if you want to call it that yeah we're i think we're all vulnerable. That said i did write the article with a generational angle and did focus on older people My p- my parents are in the boomer generation. As our i think you know The parents of most of my peers. And what's what's different generational only Is that we do find that. Older people are more likely to share misinformation And that like to share it. Unwittingly and that age more than other demographic indicators like education or political perspectives Wealth things like that Age is the by far and away the the most determining factor of that likelihood and anecdotally. That is something that I've encountered again and again with Friends of mine with readers online both before this article came out and certainly after that this is a a a problem and again by no means exclusive to one generation. There are plenty of younger people who have very dysfunctional internet habits In which i very often would include myself but there is a an a sense in which older people can be more vulnerable because of the lack of Digital literacy despite the pure happenstance of how old they happen to be when this stuff came

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U.S. declares Cuba a state sponsor of terrorism

PBS NewsHour

00:19 sec | Last month

U.S. declares Cuba a state sponsor of terrorism

"Cuba is back on the U. S. List of state sponsors of terrorism. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo charged today that Cuba is still harboring US fugitives and supporting Venezuela's leader, Nicholas Maduro. As in an Obama took Cuba off the terror list. In his moves to normalize relations,

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U.S. Puts Cuba Back On List Of State Sponsors of Terrorism

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:38 sec | Last month

U.S. Puts Cuba Back On List Of State Sponsors of Terrorism

"We're getting word that the Trump Administration has redesignated Cuba as a state sponsor of terrorism in a move that hits the country with new sanctions shortly before President elect Joe Biden takes office secretary State Mike Pompeo announced the step today, citing in particular Cuba's continued harboring of US fugitives as well as its support. Venezuelan leader Nicholas Maduro. The move is the latest of last minute moves the Trump administration is making before Biden takes office on January. 20th Removing Cuba from the black list is long. Have been rather one of former President Barack Obama's main foreign policy achievement, says he sought better relations with the Communist island.

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Applications and Impact of CRISPR/CAS9 in Bioprocessing

Cell Culture Dish Podcast

05:48 min | 2 months ago

Applications and Impact of CRISPR/CAS9 in Bioprocessing

"Today. I'm joined by fanling. Wong director of cell line development and protein sciences and zane starkey wolf director of corporate development from wishy biologics. I'm excited to be speaking with both of you. Today about crisper cast nine technology and its possibilities in the discovery and development biopharmaceuticals. We will also conduct a deep dive on its potential impact on bioprocessing and bio manufacturing. Welcome fanling and zane to the podcast. Zinke randy glad to be here. Thank you brandy before we get too far and because of our audience is quite diverse with regards to their experiences in life sciences. Fenland could you please provide some background on. Crisper cast nine as molecular biology. Gene editing tool. Yeah sure so christmas. Nineteen action system is actually adapted from a natural procure arctic defense mechanism to bacteria to simplify. What could spec assistant can do is took leave the face she and i was. It has been incorporated into the bacteria routine on so that to keep the fate from reproducing. Crisper is actually akron stands for clusters servers regularly interspace. Shot had a dramatic repeats and kissed by the most well well-researched variant of the class outcasts nucleus. Which has been used within the gene editing function. So i think the research community have actually adapted this mechanism to revolutionize how we perform the genetic modifications Not only in pro arctic. But or so. You can arctic sales since the system was first published and zane i know from our previous conversations that you were saying that crisper casts has an intriguing origin. Would you be able to elaborate. Yes interesting research can be found on crisper that dates back to the late. Eighty s Other work has been conducted throughout the first decade of the two thousand however it wasn't until two thousand twelve that two pivotal research papers were published in the journal. Science one by jennifer down nov uc berkeley and manual shopping chair of the university of vienna and then another pianist by doctors cross unanimous and sickness at vilnius university. All demonstrating the use of bacterial. Crisper cast nine as simple programmable. Gene editing jewel. But i know that the story doesn't stop there does it no. It certainly does not in less than a year in two thousand thirteen. The labs of dr fung jong and will chong of the burden student. Mit dr george. Church's lab at harvard reported success in adapting. Crisper cast nine for genome editing in your area cells and both mouse and human cells. And i know that we could really spend an entire podcast. Just on the history of crisper so i wanted to stay focused on the technology here. There's been a lot of excitement since discovery about this molecular biology tool. Can you explain why. Sure the remarkable functionality of this tool is that it allows scientists to target specific locations within the genetic code of an organism to cut out or replace a segment of dna due to the high specificity and exactness of utility. The applications have far reaching potential. And it has already become a much to walks game changer. In many fields of life science because it enables efficient cost effective and precision gene. Editing that has a wide utility for development of biological therapeutics including so and gene therapy disease modeling diagnostics agriculture industrial biology and more. And this has me thinking just about alternatives to crisper casts altogether Are there other ways to edit genomes. And if so what makes a crisper cast so much better. Great question brandy many of the other gene editing systems utilize today such as zinc finger. Nicholas's talons the use of mega nick. Liaises or other by all vectors like a. Iv compared with christopher cast nine are in the end very complex and time intensive often requiring many more steps and thus are more costly as well also and this may be greatest benefit. Is that crisper chess. Nine as a low off target affects profile which again makes it an ideal gene. Editing tool justify along with that. I've read many Recent advances using crisper technologies. Could you elaborate a little bit on those. The advances are extensive and continuous. We speak one example includes crisper a crisper i which are techniques to up and down regulate gene expression using dead cast nine dead cast nine removed the nucleus capability of cast nine but still allows for the targeted binding to a double stranded. Dna sequence of interest using the highway. Specific guide are a that is one of the cornerstones of crisper genome editing. I'd like to add that another application. It's a using crisper for hamas directed repel or so called a the are so this technique in simple terms can repel a double stranded. Dna break which is very important for genus ability. But what does the crisper made. Sdr can do is that. It cannot only to repel a break. But or so crew. Eight the break and then replace it with a small mutation or as elijah sequences so this techniques have actually substantially opened ability or researchers to make gino added more quickly and more efficiently

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"nicholas" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

04:52 min | 2 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"So now there's more you've got a whole lot more going on to besides those and you're just your journey is awesome but let's talk for a minute before we before we go into a script per se. Let's talk about your book launch. Okay well this book. I was writing. I was writing is looked for actually came in actor But i finished it during the lockdown and saw been for about five years Is sparkling brow is in ministry and If you want to talk about sin like what are you doing. Ever you're choosing to send your choosing yourself and so the story or the subject of pride is a hard one to fathom Probably the reason why my books not doing so hot because people don't wanna read about that when it comes to themselves i it. Yeah in so. I mean i can certainly admit that i'm a proud man and i need those principles to keep myself humble and accountable in so it's it was a hard book to write but it it definitely came down to. Let's just do this because no one wants to write about the ugly sister they just want to write about humility and being humble instead. They don't want arrive pride so i took it. I made a questionnaire. I sent it out to you. Know ministers non ministers alike in people of all source just to get their intake on these specific questions of Selfish pride so nothing. All pride is bet but known you think about it. Cried is thinking of oneself is higher than most others. And that's exactly what we need to try to combat. So i have to agree with you. I mean we have become a world of self fees and sell own sell a lot of times. We don't equate that has to do with pride and hell that can create other sin too so i like what. You're what you're doing with your book. And i would like to see that gets out there in the hands of everybody because we do need to take a look at our saw at ourselves and i wanna share too so we may have yours and those that are listening in via the other platforms. That may not come from a christian background or from a spiritual background. And i want to say that this is still very important that you get your hands on a copy of this and read what nicholas has written. Because there's a lot of really substantial information that's going to make significant change for you regardless of that it would be great if you were touched also By the holy. Spirit that way but for right. Now if you're not at that place that's okay..

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"nicholas" Discussed on The A24 Podcast

The A24 Podcast

07:24 min | 4 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on The A24 Podcast

"Hey. And Welcome back to the a twenty four podcast. Our guest today met working on HBO's winning hit Series Succession while he twenty four has nothing to do with succession. Aside from being massive fans you do know and love composer Nicholas Brutal, an actor Nicholas Bron. Battelle composed the Oscar nominated score for moonlight and bronze stars in her upcoming film Zola. We recently set them up on zoom were they caught up and talked about getting out of their own heads, finding a creative rhythm and of course succession. So I guess we'll just start. My name is Nicholas Braun. And Nicholas? Patel. And we are here with the eight twenty, four podcast. Via Zoom during pandemic I can't believe this is actually happening there have been you know the technical setup has been extraordinary to make this possible. We've you know this is some hi fi kind of apparatus that we've put together for this. and. Nearly surrounded by wires like telephone wires and author nets, and there's so much I like what you did before where you open the door. Yeah it was feeling a little choppy, the airflow. Yup and I think he just wanted to get in here and I want to let it in and you did and now the wife is flourishing it feels flourishing Where are you just so because so everyone knows but actually we're I don't know where you are. I'm in New York I lived in lower east side. So I'm at my place I was staying in La for most of quarantine. His at a couple of different friend's houses and living in. Guest bedrooms in back houses and things. But it feels good to finally be back in my bed in my home there I missed the worst of it here it feels like but in the last three weeks since I got back, New York is kind kinda like re burgeoning and you know the starting to get a pulse again and for Chanel Blur sitting somewhat near each other at arrest outdoor restaurants and stuff, and I feel good to be a new. Yorker in a way still get some of this. Crazy. Time. Absolutely. I mean actually it's because I'm sort of the like the mirror image of that because we were Caitlin and I were in Manhattan, for the whole period from basically early March until a week ago and you know I You know me I mean I love being in my. I like being inside I'm really like a very indoors. I I like. I don't go outside almost ever. But this whole period of time has made me appreciate the outdoors in A. In a whole new dimension. Basically because we were. So inside, I would say I probably went out out of the building like five times over the four months. You know I was really inside that much and so we rented a place on Long Island just to kind of like get some air and and you know walk around some trees etcetera. So so I'm an hour long island right now. How does it feel to be away from the city and be in not in your main dwelling like you said, you built a home studio there. So yeah. Yeah. Process different. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's interesting I've I've gotten used to over the past like ten years over ten years I've been sort of making the the regular pilgrimage out to Los Angeles you know and we've talked about it a bit. But like I love you know whenever working with people I love working in really close proximity like really you know I felt so important to work with collaborations like in the same room to be there together. So I've gotten used to like moving equipment I always carry like this huge backpack and gear and stuff all the time but but you know being sort of. During this time it's so hard to kind of just logistically do a Lotta stuff. So I basically had to like set up this whole studio, drive all the equipment out and it took it took a little while I'm not going to let little out to get everything together but I'm I'm pretty set up now like I have a big big screen 'cause I always feel like whenever you're working on on on film or TV I always feel you actually need a big screen to work with I've found over the years that's all their conversation but I found all the years that like when you work with a smaller screen you actually like do different stuff in a bizarre sort of psychological which. You're not. You're not surrounded by the image in the same way as like a bigger screen. Exactly. It's not as impactful. Yeah. Exactly. Like I remember years ago I would work like I have a lot of different monitors that I use when I'm writing stuff and usually I have sort of a main like a thirty two inch screen computer screen in front of me, and then I used to just have like a twenty something inch screen to my right and I used to put the picture over there. You know so I have like Kinda my session in front of me. And then I'd have the movie on the right and there something about it where I was like I don't know I just had an inkling that that wasn't optimal and I remember getting a much bigger screen like a fifty screen and putting it up in front of me like above the other screen and immediately I felt like a new door opened up it it. It's like exactly like you said, it's like you need an immersion in whatever you're doing in what whatever does that for you. You need to do that basically and like it shouldn't be in your peripheral vision SORTA. Exactly it should be the thing that's like, yeah. Exactly and I bet them at the metaphor works for every like that's I mean that's may be very specific to like. Writing, music for film but but I feel like I wonder for you like I mean. Thinking about ways of immersing in a performance. For example, you know that I mean there's always different like. You know techniques thought like, do you I'm actually just curious. For performing like, do you think about that too? Do you think about like before you're going to see for example are there things that you do to kind of? Yourself psychologically or yeah. Yeah. I think I grow these little compulsive things for each role. Almost like. Like Nadal has like he does before every served like Oh. Yeah. Right. Right. You can just sort of. Yeah. He's touching his forearms and sweat. Pulling his hair and stuff I feel like I grow these things for the individual role. Then I'm like I grow my nails outer that I have dirt under my nails or that I don't sleep as much that I I eat more or eat less. In character like like are you because you think like, Oh, the character would have like the dirt under the nails, for example, kind of thing or or is it more random? It's more kind of just like A. Like a she's definitely character is a character based. It's like. It's you know I don't there's no perfect way to create like an energy or frequency for your character, but I'm like. If I don't shower or if I. Don't talk to people the day before or if I'm super social, whatever the character is or whatever I think the frequency that I should be on for the next day as Cher Cher I try to kind of cultivate that and you know you can't stop life from happening and certain things from Boston or you can't not talk.

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"nicholas" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

08:08 min | 7 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Good Life Project

"Hey there. So today's conversation is a little bit different than any. We have eric it absolutely is to conversations recorded or months apart my guess. Nicholas. Palmquist. Denser teacher choreographer he has performed and choreographed for stage TV places like Netflix's Saturday night live the tonight show the Tonys as well as feature films growing up in a small town in Missouri it wasn't easy to be a young male dealer until he discovered a place of refuge in local dance studio and the community around that eventually making his way to New York, city Nicholas took a very different approach to creating a career stepping into more. Of a choreography and teaching role. He has toured the world awakening everyone from professionals to kids to movement music and possibility will also leading Pat classes at the iconic steps on Broadway Dance School in New York and beyond his mesmerizing and really joy for choreography he decided to do something a bit radical. He brought cameras into the classroom and shared these mini performances with a giant community on Instagram Latte. In fact, is how I I discovered him when my daughter shared a clip of him dancing to the WHO's Baba o'riley both are huge fans of, and that was much of the focus of our original. Conversation in the beginning of March then the pandemic hit crippling New York City we decided to hold this episode to hold that earlier conversation for a bit for a time when people could gather in person again and be with him again in his New York City classes will we all know what happened next? We're nowhere close to that moment and in the intervening time other things happen we have experienced a renewed national awakening to racial injustice violence privilege and protests with so much change. I asked Nicholas to convene for a follow up conversation which we taped just last week in today's episode is actually these. Two conversations that unfolded for months apart the first one that happened in our studio in early March just before New York City shut down and the second one taped a few days ago. That capture is a really powerful shift in Nicholas one that he has been moving through an a window of fierce reexamination of who he is, what he has been doing why he has been doing it and how is making really powerful changes to the way. He choreographs dances and investors energy in expanding access to this incredible artform. Really excited to share with you today I'm Jonathan fields and this is good life project. I discovered you and your work I. Think it was when We in eighteen year old daughter and I schooled her in the ways very young of the. WHO. And she stumbled upon your cliff on instagram where you're like and she's like dad got to see this. It's amazing that really is amazing because that's like how many generations they're. They're enjoying enjoying the music and I find that music is half the battle. You find a good song then the classes. Yeah. When you're looking for that, is it about the lyrics matter as much as the actual music on? Lyric Guy Yeah definitely. Not I actually I have a really vivid memory of being in college and my friend I was driving and drumming along to like the one of my favorite parts of the song. I've never noticed that in this music and he was like you always drumming out the weirdest parts of the song I'm singing along and yeah I I can never remember lyrics but I definitely always the music for sure and sounds like your like your era goes to. A place that a lot of people don't notice in the song is it like Quirky interesting things your hoax or read I you know it's I think it's just emotional things. I'm trying to listen to music differently I think the parts that stick with me in the songs that stick with me are are always kind of emotional. So it's I think nostalgic based whether the WHO is an example or anything the eagles I grew up listening to my dad had one tape and Literally would not come out. We all make fun of for and he's like, but now you all love it. You're all. That's my brothers and I are all with eagles greatest hits albums. It's like how many notes do you actually have to hear before he can identify exactly what it is right it's like, yeah I have listened to music a lot. So I don't I don't necessarily think that like a talented year as much as like. Studious one. But. When I kind of react to a part of the music that I just listened to it over and over. Personify it. So it's visceral thing for you. It's like an emotional. It's like there's something that just reacts to Yeah I, think I was always like kind of dancing like that. You Know I. I was trying to make my own solo those trying to guide my teachers to give me what I wanted to do and kind of how hearing music and didn't always pan out but I always them. I always loved it for sure. So when does this touch on your life because then a you grew up in Missouri small town grew up in a small town born in Minnesota how smallish? I think like thirty, five, hundred people I said. I mean when I was there we didn't have a walmart we have since been kind of upgraded. We've got a Walmart but no movie theaters snow. No real like entertainment things I think after high school we would. Hang out sonic and just talk which is you know fun. But yeah, very small, very small town not do siblings, four brothers and a sister. Family to yeah. So your town basically made up ten percent you're. Totally I know we should've had buildings name. Yeah, my older sister dance an all of my brothers played instruments. So I think that's also where my attachment to music really comes from my mom loved it. She always wanted music in the house. So a brother was either playing piano guitar drums and some room of the House my whole life and my sister danced I did karate gymnastics and I think the introduction of to that coordination watching her dance. I was like, Oh that's the thing that I really kind of missing. So we she kind of like the gateway then totally. Yeah I I. Actually I went to one of her dance competitions and I saw this all guy. Jazz number two smokin in the boys room and I literally was like mom I want to do that and now the convention that I teach for bj hawks. Is The guy that kind of runs the backstage seven he was one of the guys in that not telling that story to somebody wants out of dance competition and it was all guy, number? And I in in who we somehow figured out that it was him and that is circle in that way but. I was really. Captivated by my sisters. Love of it. You know like she was my cool high school sister and offer friends had so much fun and so when I started, she was graduating. So we never really got to do together but she was definitely my introduction to yes I mean it's interesting also is was Is it growing up in a small? I was a gymnast when I was a kid also not cool. No totally you know and and I suffered it because of that we were Neil they made fun of constantly we were wearing tights on we competed. And so you started out there and. When you when you certainly bridge that gap to dance did you take any heat for sort of like for what you are interested in oh? Yeah. Yeah. My whole life and like when I first started, I told people I took hip hop even though is taking ballet tap and jazz. It was more socially acceptable to hip hop and I did take hip hop and I was pretty good at it I. I liked it. But that was kind of what my my beard was if you will that kind of made it somewhat okay for people. I remember like telling one of my my really close friends once I came in I gotta be honest with you like I do other stuff too like I do ballet and jazz like do you want to get something to eat you know very unfazed by but it was really hard. You know I think I think even the people that loved and supported me didn't quite know how to love and support a male in the art form. So people are constantly telling me to be more tough and to be more this and that and out of love you know they were trying to say like if you dance like this, it'll be better for you. And so I think..

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"nicholas" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:05 min | 8 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Now John Williams is the name most people know? But there's a reason is a very specific reason because of the sounds that you associate with life. Come from him. You know and that it will raise agent. Crazy thing when you sort of sit down and go. Oh, God that was that was the end that was and that was you. It's mind incredible you know work is incredible is incredible. Of I'm thinking. I didn't even think about this, too. We started seeking television feeds. Yeah, when I was growing up was I was a TV junkie. I watch star Near. so many of the theme songs were really So closely intertwined with the show. It was a big hit on seventy seven sunset strip snap snap and before Jesse's Tommy, thank you. And they they had a real connections of the show whether it's musically or lyrically and. Law and order where they just a strong. And seinfeld where they little while base the base space plot, Yup right and yeah, and then just recently. Shits Creek use a snare drum, yeah! As their intermittent cute. It's like now there's. Not Not mental music almost non music. Yeah, we're orig- inches. Changes Yeah, yeah yeah in all. I think that's one of the fascinating things. Exactly like there. There are times. I'd. Millions, and billions there, there was just this sort of like a growing sound, and that's it. It plays for that one second, but again I think with something like succession. It makes sense because. The music to me downs Shakespearean it sounds like something grand in that's what got family is not that show is that show needs something a little bit evil. And and what it is, it's it all. It also reminded me a little bit of Monte using capulets. Writes that gets used because all for coffee of course. Unique POW. Yes, this, it's clearly I'm a nerd and this excites me greatly. It's great, though no, but there's it's interesting. 'cause there's there is a an end for me. I think every project is a new opportunity to learn something, and I think that's really what. What certainly would draws me into each new project is? There's almost this assignment. You're given where it's. Here's a world. Here's a set of stories. Here's a set of characters. What would we do now you know, and and so it's kind of exploring that you go and I think in hindsight now. It's clear to me that there was something. In the DNA of the obsession that. Totally actually has this sort of grandeur and this almost like operatic kind of character. You know but at the time I remember I mean my early thoughts warrant to go there. Because because honestly. When I'm scoring stuff, usually my my biggest worry. Is that ever going to step on the toes of the story or then I'm GonNa. Get you know I I'm always very concerned about the you know. It's almost like the hippocratic oath. First do no harm. Like that's above all that my greatest fear is getting in the way, somehow you know, and and I learned over time you see what the creative team is interested. You see what what moves you in the project as you're going, and I think with a film you learn over the course of ninety to one hundred twenty minutes with television. What's really fascinating as you learn over now? This is twenty hours that we have done so far and you know and counting and I think it's a whole other architecture to think about that. As you were saying the idea of like TV I've always thing for me..

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"nicholas" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:28 min | 8 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Too. Everybody this Maltin on movies I'm wanted an Jessie Nelson. We're talking today to Nicholas Patel via the magic of Zoom. A. Thing thing none of us had ever heard. Handed Scape. But if if it doesn't sound exactly recording quality, perfect, declaration but Nikolas. You have a good speaking. Voice Senate. I'm flattered that you would say so. We're doing our best over here. And we are recording on theoretically a good Mike I'm sure you are we on areas, our dogs like to come in and out as we do this and each time record I keep saying to people I would shut the door to keep them out within the noise. You would hear them saying you've got getting me. No one tells me. I don't go everywhere in my house, so. Little pair patter jingles, just Hercules and jude. Just before we signed on so this week, we were talking about a New York City. Because that's where you grew up. Where you live you and your wife and you don't just live in New York you live in in inside of of inside of New York. You're you are WICCANS, center? Residents. You're like the. Top of the tree. I mean we are. We're in the I think we're in sort of like the epicenter of some some of the arts. In your argument, there's so many wonderful parts of the city, obviously growing up I grew up on the upper west side. right at eighty eight in west end avenue and. We lived in we moved to Connecticut when I was thirteen, and then I would start commuting into the city because I went to high school in Connecticut, and then I would commute to juilliard pre college for lessons, and for classes every weekend and I remember just coming to this part of the city to Lincoln, center and. You know spending those very sort of musically formative years here and I remember a friend of mine at the time. Had An. Apartment in this building here and I remember just visiting the apartment one day, and it's Sorta blew my mind that you could actually live at Lincoln. Center. And and so you know fast forward, you know, let's say what. Twelve twelve thirteen years later. I had been living in little Italy after college, and I bought a grand piano in it legitimately could not fit in my apartment, and so I was like okay. I'M GONNA. Move Uptown, I wanNA move to aside. And I realized I, checked in this building where my friend had lived years ago and they had a rental available, so that was that was about fifteen years ago. I moved into this building and still in this building. I didn't give you a proper bill offer introduction today. We'll get into your your. CV. In the course of things it's just people listening to us right now..

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"nicholas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:55 min | 11 months ago

"nicholas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nicholas moulder noted that the idea of a war economy has come to mean many things productivity sacrifice reform solidarity and resourcefulness and that the rhetoric of wartime idealism spills over into economic policy I can have an impact lasting long after the armistice is signed Nicholas welcome to the show thanks very much for having me wrote you wrote war economies don't suspend politics they raise the stakes that's right right now for example when you look at approval ratings trump's approval ratings have gone up a bit and in many other democracies the approval ratings of incumbent leaders have gone up to so it seems like a huge incumbency advantage but only time will tell whether of the corona virus crisis will provide a lasting political benefit because it's exactly because people now seem to have put a lot of faith in leaders that these leaders can also squandered that trust much more quickly so I think that what seems to be a kind of rallying around the flag effect could very quickly turn into mass disillusionment you wrote that there is a tendency for more progressive policies to come out of work on it means I'm not convinced your skepticism is very understandable because four sweet assisted them with this fact where politics is sort of suspended and everyone just agrees to do with the government tells them but if we actually look at both World War one and World War two that was a little old what came out of those wars in fact the organization of militancy of labor also the claims of veterans of windows disenfranchised groups like African Americans in the United States made much larger claims to participation in society afterwards forces are unleashed in a wartime economy is that even governments that have conservative politics we'll find it quite difficult to restrain but writing in dissent last week historian Tim Barker did you read that piece yes he urged us to stay away from war analogies or more to the point to stay away from using national security as a basis for action because it could also be used as a rationale for even more draconian immigration policies for xenophobia do you worry when we pull the lever that is so associated with the real war to markers arguments is very cute about warning about the dangers and and I agree with that I would just differ slightly from him in emphasizing that we currently are of course not in a war I've actually been quite surprised that it has taken so relatively long for trump and trump is to turn corona virus into arguments against immigration I would have thought they would have done that much more quickly but even as they are doing that they're still reliance on China and other east Asian countries are now for providing supplies last Sunday there was a big error lift of supplies from East Asia that arrived at JFK of Moscow's gloves thermometers and I think that that was already happening in the verse one and two which are remembered as moments of increased nationalism of course none of national self reliance and self sufficiency but in fact already at that point there were very globalized supply chains and even the American war efforts was dependent not just on the raw materials from abroad so Robert from Latin America and Africa and Asia ten aluminium in center of America was using its productive base in order to build equipment that the rest of the world used in order to fight fascism that's something that right now interestingly is kind of inverters were in it lendlease in reverse situation because most of the production of medical equipment happens in East Asia and so both the United States and Europe are having to rely on an average now that is being established from East Asia to Europe and the United States we're still in a very international moment it's just that the flows are going in the other direction this time you wrote that this wasn't so much a problem of prioritizing X. Bender chairs are limited resources the big issue in this case maybe the unique issue is sustaining circulation when people are locked down you call this the ventilation or butter di Lemah as opposed to the old guns and butter one could you fill that out for me the old dilemma of guns and butter is essentially about priority what do you do when you have a limited set of resources and you must choose in the short term to spend them on defense on military production that's the gums park or on civilian production at that's better now a lot of people have been arguing that what we face now is this choice between saving lives and restarting the economy what we're really dealing with here is whether we can freeze the economy for as long as is needed to control the virus or sacrificed enormous amounts of lives to continue with the circulation and that's why I called and ventilation or butter because whether we keep the economy on a sort of life support or want to continue production and circulation at all costs you said that the war itself will not necessarily give us what we want politically for the future but we can see that it creates a common morality but for how long if you look at what works to the kind of moral economy that came out of that conflict the idea that when people have to mobilize to confront a common threats they have to put their lives on the line fighting or they have to put their neighbor forego wage increases for growth freedoms that they have in peacetime then they will also Dimond a look back forward when that situation ends World War two created a kind of moral order that I think persisted for decades in the United States and when it came to burden sharing redistribution what sort of public services our Jeanne normal and general and shared the end of that order didn't come until the late seventies and early nineteen eighties it persisted for four decades after the war so I think that the changes can be quite long lost but I mean you're looking at our government now right at president trump and this Congress you think that this crisis and this use of wartime economic policies can ignite a similar sense of responsibility from them I think it's important to look beyond trump in this regard having the right institutions and policies also matters and I still think that there is a lot that we can do that will be in place for the next president I find it very difficult to predict what the ultimate political upshot of this crisis will be for politics but it's certain that the challenge of climate change is exactly the kind of long run problem for which we need to state capacity state capacity that this crisis has exposed is missing in the United States the point of building a strong health care and planning and administrative states is that you have a well functioning government no matter who's in power thank you very much thank you very much for having me on birth Nicolas molders in economic historian at Cornell University his article in foreign policy is called the corona virus war economy will change the world one other thing worth saying it's just there's this expression that we're all Keynesians in a foxhole so the ideas of John Maynard Keynes and which was basically the idea out underneath a lot of war economics in the welfare state because we all you know even people who normally don't panic governments and state action in an emergency situation will intervene in order to save themselves using the power of government and the state George Orwell once said never use a metaphor simile or other figure of speech which you are used to seeing in print he said worn out metaphors have lost all of market power and are merely used because they save people the trouble of inventing phrases for themselves we asked listeners which coronavirus metaphors were dominating when they happened when French president Emmanuel.

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"nicholas" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

Geeks Under the Influence

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

"The views and opinions expressed on Geeks or the influence or that of the panelists and our sponsors Amazon.com mtpa. Parental discretion is advised. Are you saying that? Nicholas cage created country pop Pickup no no fuck I watch con air and it was like I have an idea I would never put that on him. Thank you for that allows you put on. A cage is not one of them. There are a lot of things the first uncle kracker record is I want to and Nicholas K Nick Cage for making this possible because his terrible accident made this thing we. Why didn't you just put the bunny back in the boss? Put the body back in the box. But why couldn't he have just used is like a wild at heart accent that he no? He had just create some random. Like I don't know what the fuck was shooting for is that I've met people melanoma. They do not talk like that bought to say I mean they barely speak English truth but also Nicholas Cage evening even when he's talking normally doesn't talk like a real person. Yeah Watch recently where he talks about his most famous roles most roles that he was proud of right and he he goes into like who he was channeling. All this stuff and lists watching like a fifteen minute man. He does not tolerate nor person at all like at all no he talks like Nicholas Cage. Nobody he has to throw it if you had to put Nicolas Cage's accent somewhere. Where would you put it? I would put it in I mean he's American. So Oh could put is that I had. I had a buddy whose I will name. I will leave out the drinks so much that I thought he was from Boston. And it turned out no us from Virginia. It's just drank to the point. Where his accent changed. I think that's not surly Boston accent. But I think that's what Nicholas cage slightly drunk he did. He did drugs and drank to the point where his accent literally changed right right so where the ends of his words and they made it specifically his own accent but he leaving Las Vegas is yes. That's Meyer. Yeah nobody can place where Nick Cage trump did do we know. So He's related to the Copeland's I know that. So but he doesn't like he's from an Italian vineyard somewhere. Yeah right so real talk. We actually found out on over the valley during this is exactly where the dude from From fucking the rooms Rom. They're from the same area. Tommy Wiso Cage Ohi Nick. Oh one town that creates mysterious. Weirdos that randomize accent is not fit he is Long Beach California. Of course he talking. Yeah I've been to Long Beach. The number of times guessing. Guess how people talk in. Long Beach laid out like fucking Bradley. No from sublime. Lbc Yeah Yeah. It's like hippy. Gangster. Yeah exactly yeah back. I don't know where would place nick cage from coming from but not not want why. This is the first time I've seen. Why the fuck would you have your signature? A picture of you're seeing your on your wikipedia page nice like no. Why why? Why does that need it? If he's from long does that mean that he knows Snoop Dogg. And he is a critic Yes Sir is wearing blue. In this picture I would go to here biggest. Gay Jesus Cage is a trip. And be killed biggie. So we're getting into the nitty gritty. We're we're at bats. It's an expose on Nicholas. Cage the subset of inside knowledge. But I'm saying Nick H. G. Y. K. G. G. Y. investigation. This all about Nicholas Gate forgetting your teeth and dark about Nicholas Cage on this episode up Pallet Cleanser after all the work that we did at Gallagher. Oh by the way I want to thank everybody that came out to Galaxy Khan and check out the live. Show thank you so much for talking to us. After the show's being there for the events at taking time to actually out of all the stuff happening I know it coincided with like pause play wrestling all sorts of other stuff. Thank you for coming out enjoying. Gyi Live and I'm really excited to have this conversation because this is like a easy one for me. This is a alleyoop of an episode about. Yeah Yeah so. Thank you for joining us and welcome. I'm Nicholas Cage.

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"nicholas" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

09:16 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Where that was? That wasn't necessarily the case And so very quickly I was like. Oh Yeah it's here you're estra logical work. Eventually drew the attention celebrities and major publications. Today you have more than three hundred thousand followers on instagram over a million monthly readers on your website eight you keep your celebrity client list private but can you talk a little bit about the reading that you did for Liz. Oh because it was conducted live. What was that like for you? Can you talk a little bit about her chart only guidelines those so incredible she just is such a beautiful example of what it is to really live out your chart so in the reading being I did for the cosmic playlist launch last year. We talked about the fact that she has Sun Jupiter and so the sun rules her ascendant. So it's very important. Talks about how she gets to where she needs to get to. And what area of life and it's in the Tenth House of career so her life purpose is to shine on the world stage in in here and she has son Junk. Jupiter which is Jupiter is the planet of optimism positivity Spirituality Acceptance Inclusion and abundance and confidence. I don't know if you would say that. Lonzo really embodies that on the world stage in a very joyous way but it's I think she's just a incredible example of that and also her first song to go big was called. Juice and Jupiter is as a deity and the Greco Roman system. Jupiter was very very very very much about fertility and slept with a lot of people and he's the god of lightning and thunder and so the lightning and the rain gene and the rain was thought to be a fertility ritual and the way it hit the ground. And what would happen when that would go on. So Jupiter is really juicy in a percents in terms that he's the the planet that's connected with the rain and the fertility of it and so that that was her first song to go big. I also thought was quite poignant. Can't you know she's about taking up space in being big and loud and positive and giving very very generous and she's a very generous generous and very humorous and that's all it's so Sun Jupiter the to like big royal bodies that are about self expression and and all all those things I mentioned. I know that you don't really do private readings anymore because the demand was just too much but I believe you just started a really really really cool new resource on your website channing. Nicholas Dot Com. Where where our listeners can look up their charts? It seems that this is now a really crucial tool all that. You wanted to have in place for your your readers and your fans and followers talk about how that is going to change change. What you're doing well? It is a companion tool to the book. So if you know looking at your chart makes you once you close your computer or shut your phone off because it's so complicated and feels like there's so much information coming at you. We devised a tool where we lay everything out for you in the simplest helpfully the prettiest way possible where all that Info is put out and you can just read the parts of the book that apply to you and we're going to be building building out that whole framework more and more so we also talked about every planet in your chart with sites in with that a little bit about what that might mean in what house it's in and so it's a way for the general public to be more engaged with their chart. Because I really do feel like this is your map. This is the map of of your life and I want to give you the tools so that you feel like you can have a conversation with it and that you feel empowered enough to be getting the information from it that could set something and you free or like me. Give you permission to do the thing that you're here to do. And this is all free right. This is all free yet. Incredible Janney I have. I have one last question for you. You've come so far in in a life that really was started with so much trauma and of turn that trauma into something that so positive for the world and one of the things that I really love to talk to the people that I interview about is the trajectory of their lives. Hell they've become who they are and we're living in a day and age now where young people feel so much pressure to make early end. You've described yourself both both today on our show as well as in your book as a lately bloomer and I would also describe myself as as a late bloomer. I'm wondering if you can give my listeners. Some advice about what it means to be a late bloomer and all of the extraordinary gifts and possibilities that that can ken bring Yeah I don't know what would have happened to my psyche. Have I had social media in my twenties and thirties. I think it would have kind have broken me in a place because there was so much that I needed to do in private and so much that I needed to do in my own way and the pressure to you perform who we are to perform success or to perform even understanding is really incredible. My heart goes out to to folks that feel in any way pressure to do that. And don't quite have the wherewithal to either not do it to abstain or to do it in a way that feels positive for them but the thing that age teaches us is so incredible because if we are going to be partners in our own life then we get to recede from the outer shell of it and deepen deepen our relationship with ourself and in order to deepen our relationship with ourselves we have to also deepen our relationship with our wounds and the places leases in us that really hurt and that takes time and it just takes consistent effort. It's like when a child is really upset sat and in the throes of a Tantrum. They won't just stop most likely automatically. It's like there has to be a unwinding of what happened in Parsing arcing out in an understanding of what went on and that just takes years and years of consistent thoughtful compassionate approaching approaching our of ourselves our and the ways in which we work. And so what I can say is that when we do have have that commitment to herself into our own growth things do get better i. We can't change anybody else and certainly the world is is full of disaster and complications and things that feel insurmountable but that my relationship with myself only gets. It's Richard and deeper which means that I get to experience so many things that I couldn't even have dreamed and had zero. Oh access to our understanding of how to access and now that I have a relationship with that or that I have access to things like joy and pleasure visger and relaxation things that I didn't have much of a relationship with it all so many more things are possible like connection and relationships nations ships and depth and an understanding of what my talents are and how I can serve them best and so there is no greater investment Smith that we can make I think in our youth then besides a 401k. The investment of our own healing and every we single moment that we spend trying to be more self self aware or trying to understand how we got here and what's occurring. Ah every single investment adds up in ways that are unfathomable later in life. All of it is worth it but please. You don't think you have to have any of it figured out or the have to be any certain place at any certain age. It's such a lie and it will rob you of the ability to be present in the moment. Where and this is the only place where the good stuff is where the juices were? The creative energy is is where the healing is and where the possibility is channy. Thank you so much for trying to kill the world with your work and thank you for joining joining me today on design matters. Thank you so much for having me. It's an honor. Cheney Nicholas's book is now officially a New York Times bestselling selling book. And it's called. You were born for this the astrology for radical self acceptance..

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"nicholas" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

14:34 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Nicholas Rapes AIDS astrology is a relentless reminder that we are the way we are on purpose this book from an astrologer who never ignores the social official forces. Bearing down on us is a serious invitation for each of us to explore what our purpose place in this universe is Cheney channing Nicholas joins me from a steel in Los Angeles channy. Welcome to design manners. Thank you thank you for having me. Oh my absolute pleasure channing. In my research I stumbled upon the fact that there's an actress from Canada named Johnny Nicholas. who had parts in the slasher flick? Nick the long weekend the action movie crews and the horror film slices with these early acting cuts. I don't know her. You're I should've known I was like. What is Debbie going to dig up? I didn't even think of that. Yes that was an earlier incarnation. Oh it is get care possibly be of. It's wonderful so so what persuaded you to move away from acting well the Industry wouldn't have me so it was my It's the reason why I moved to L. A. is because my mom is a landed immigrant in Canada so she never gave up her American citizenship. And I was acting at the time so I went in and out of acting and social work and community work in my twenty s in Toronto and I really wanted to give it a try in. La and I had citizenship. So unlike every other struggling actor in Toronto Santo Actually Really Easy for me to move here and I moved here and gave it my all for three to four years and I made a commitment to myself that if I ever ever started to become bitter about the industry that I would get out and I did I started to become bitter and I really it just kind of sat down and prayed when for probably a series of days about what to do next and I really did feel released from the industry. The desire to be an actor I feel like I really gave it what I wanted to. And I got so much out of it and I feel like I utilize all aspects of everything that I learned in it and it's still a great great love of mine but the industry in me are not. We're not very compatible especially at that point and then I I started to more seriously. Go back into things that had do with healing and kind of awakening. I guess well I guess the universe had other plans for you. Yeah you're you're a tiny town called Nelson British Columbia in the far west of Canada population. Ten thousand six hundred read. Your father was from there. Your mom was from the Bronx. That's a range of influences. You've described your upbringing as a cross between the Neil Neil Simon play and the trailer Park Boys. Can you elaborate on what that means of it. I grew up in that very rural town and I grew up before the Internet. So when you're in a town that's isolated geographically and also so by climate so in the winter it's very isolating experience to be in the base of the Rocky Mountains and pre Internet and and pre phones you. You couldn't talk on you. Know it was like a big deal to make a long distance call and so when we were in Nelson we were very much just in Nelson and because it was such a small town it was a very specific experience. I grew up in large part in a trailer park. At least when I was with my dad and my father was one of the poorest best families in the very small town and so he grew up with like thirteen brothers and sisters and they were just known one is like the roughest kids in their school days and then really kind of rough around the edges. My Dad was a logger and you. Yeah the trailer park that we grew up in tried to kick us out well because they were a little too wild and crazy they. They partied a little too hard and there was a lot of chaos. They were as a lot of upheaval in our trailer and the other trailers in the in the park. It didn't really appreciate it so I had that and then we would go to New York. Every year and my mom's family was all born and raised and very prideful New York Jews news and it was such an incredible opposite experience to most of my life Nelson Cheney. You write this in the the introduction to your new born for this end it stopped me in my tracks. You write this while the adults in my life. Partied and self destructed did with wanton abandoned. I watched the cosby show and dreamed of a life with parents siblings grandparents and lineage to claim me when when the party came home I felt a different kind of loneliness an overdose a fatal accident a shotgun fired a conviction and I knew what cocaine tasted like. By the time I was five. Channy Jammie how is this possible. How did you survive this? Well I think a lot of us are miracles. I've I've sat with thousands of the people and I've looked at their chart and I've looked into their past and I've seen so many of us and saddened circles and social justice spaces aces and to bear witness to the miracle of what we survive as humans is one of the greatest gifts of my work for those of us that grew up in in environments. Like that it's that experience and it's really normal to me and it was normal to a lot of of the kids. I grew up with so that when we get together I was just in my hometown over the holidays and I was sitting around the table of the kids of all the people that used to party together. And you know we grew up out of all all of that but it was so comforting to be sitting around a table of people where I could say something about my life setup and everybody understood and it really was this collective experience that we had because we were living in a town against so isolated in in the seventies and eighties when when culture was kind of like you know getting ripped open and it was after the sixties but there is this upheaval in like end an experimentation and just a free for all and the amount of bad behavior that people can get away with in a space where everyone else else's doing it is can be quite extraordinary and I think folks just weren't really into being parents. They just were really into doing what they wanted to do. And it was a childhood that was terrifying. I mean I really was quite terrified. My whole we'll childhood and also grew up in this incredible beauty and the abundance of beauty and the nature that I grew up in was was a lifesaver for sure and also the the people I grew up with my friends and the groups of us that kind of helped each other through all of that. If you were exposed to cocaine by the time you were five how did you not become addicted. And why weren't you taken away by child services. Well I definitely struggled with addiction and I have in a lot of my life. I don't drink or or do drugs at this point and they haven't about ten years so I am sober and it was a really important thing for me because while I made a very conscious decision probably probably by the time I was six or seven or eight that I would never become a drug addict because I grew up around so many I never had a normal or normal. I never had a a good relationship with substances. They were always used in a harmful way or my engagement with them was always around self hate or some kind of harm or I would. It's too easy for me to go there when I use substances so I just don't but it took me a long time and many many atrocious mistakes and a lot of wrong turns and a lot of living out the stuff that I grew up in the book. I'm a really really late bloomer. I messed up a lot and and I struggled a lot and then you know I fell in love and everything came together at that point in your life. Where you pondering your a future or were you just really solely in survival mode? When I met my no no child? Oh Yeah I was desperate for any kind of adult I was. I was desperate for anybody with any any sense of maturity and any sense incisive like authority and so when I met the woman who became my step grandmother. My Dad's third wife's mom who I write about in the book. I met her when I was eleven and it was a spiritual experience I met her and I felt like a voice like rose up in me and said follow this woman. She knows knows how to make it out so I was always just trying to make it out. Something in me told me there's more to life than what was happening around me and if I could just get out I would be okay and so then it was just this desire and this hunting relief for some adult or something to help me find my way out and to find my way towards really towards healing. I mean like I was asking. I was begging her. She is ricky master. She was begging egging her at the age of twelve to let me come to rake you workshops with her. 'cause I just knew I needed a space where I could start to sort things out. I know that when you were eight years old you had the first experience of feeling seen can. Can you talk about that a little bit. Yeah it's a hazy memory but I do remember. I was taking on a lot of adventures by adults that were not necessarily early obtaining good so it felt like one of those things where it was a drug run so there was a drug deal happening and I was along for the ride. It was one of those things where I spent a lot of my childhood. Either in a car for in a backroom of a bar or in some back room of a party or kind of like shut away a lot of times so that adults could do whatever they wanted so when an adult would actually see me or see you know the kids that were around. It was always a little startling. And this time I was sitting there minding honeyman business While some transaction was happening and I just remember this woman that the person I was talking to and she was like what's her birthday and she was told my birthday and she opened up. What I can only assume isn't a famous and looked down and calculated so you know my planets and looked up at me and said you're very judgmental and I thought yes yes I am really? Oh you but I didn't even really know what it meant but I felt like it had power and I felt like I. It inferred to me that she was saying I had discernment and I don't know if that's is what she meant. But that's what I took from it and I just always a year earned for someone in my life to say this is wrong long. This should not be happening. This child should not be witnessed to this. Likes somebody stop and do something to protect this child elder these children and because no one ever did I became somebody who is quite protective and protected and a little harsh sometimes in my judgment so when that astrologer or when that person said that about what. I'm assuming is my astrology. I felt really seen. I was like cool. I'm judgmental aw I really hung onto it. Had some pride about it. Tell us about your second interaction. The second major interaction you had with this strategy. You're about twelve. I believe yeah it was twelve. which is a really beautiful moment? astrologically also psychologically which a lot of astrological cycles of course curse come together with psychological cycles. But it's like that pre little prepubescent or kind of right right on the edge of it and we're all seeking like more self knowledge and its Jupiter Return and Jupiter is about knowledge and wisdom and Expansion and Growth and my dad had laughed that small town with his third wife. They flew the coop so to speak because she was in a very abusive relationship and everyone was kind of in a very abusive relationship but she was in a severe one and they laughed and my dad left my sister and I we both have different moms but we were we you were left behind in Nelson and they would start to fly me out to Toronto where they moved to and I knew the woman who became my stepmom and I knew her children really well I've actually grown up with them. I was their babysitter and we were all together all the time and so when they laughed it was really an incredible will break for me. Psychologically because it was an escape route all of a sudden had been built for me they were out of Nelson. They were in a big city and her parents. It's were like well educated and also her mom was really into the healing arts and so when we won I think the first summer I was out there her mom again. Iraqi master had friends that were psychics and Tarot card readers and astrologers and she was like hey you should all go out to this woman and got an astrology reading and so we did and I just remember sitting down in this woman's house and we were all sitting around and everyone everyone kind of paying attention and in and out in my step brother and sister were.

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"nicholas" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

Hacking Your Leadership

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

"Hey everyone and welcome to another pay. It forward Friday episode. Will we highlight people that we feel are doing a great job of publishing leadership content that resonates with us us we will include links to their work and tag them on our post to make sure they know we appreciate them. This is our way to say thanks to other leaders individuals that are having a positive impact on helping others become better leaders through sharing their thoughts opinions and ideas online for all to see and hear. Chris and I have always wanted wanted to use our platform to advocate for other people passionate about leadership and give our listeners as much content as possible to help sharpen their own skills through different perspectives and approaches approaches. If you would like to check out any one specific please tag them in the comments or send us a message with links to their content on this episode. I I WANNA recognize Nicholas Kissinger first of all very cool name. Second of all Nicholas is a store manager at the vitamin SHOPPE and is a power user. Sir On Lincoln what I love about Nicholas content is genuine happiness for being a retail leader. He shares his excitement for the work that his team does he. He big up big up says direct leaders and even take selfies with vendors that swing by store to deliver new products Nicholas recognizes performance both by individual individual and for his team as a whole he is constantly sharing gratitude. I people and also share some great inspirational quotes. He volunteers for his local community. Eddie and his merchandising is on point. Yeah I'm the guy who's zooms in on the background of the pigs to check pricing laser lining. That's what twenty plus years of retail. Gets you anyways what I really enjoyed about. Nicholas's content is two back-to-back post for about a month ago in one post Nicholas wishes one of his peers. Holly Holly Erickson. Good luck for an epic day and thanks for her mentorship in the next post he gushes over being so proud of a man to klay who used to work for him as as an assistant manager and now has her own store and is doing great. This type of positive energy and genuine excitement for others is contagious. So please click the Lincoln the episode notes to learn more about Nicholas and see his lincoln posts. Great Job Nicholas and thanks for helping to Hashtag be a better leader. Thanks for listening and let us know who else deserves some Kudos..

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"nicholas" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Check everything out there all the other positive there as well. I'm gonna get right to my guest. I am privileged tab. Doctor nicholas kristof physician sociologist professor author of the book is blueprint the evolutionary origins of good society. Dot christoph is thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me drew so i'm geeking out and calming nicholas nicholas so i think i heard you on mindscape or you. Now sean carroll is podcast or something and i'm i'm going full nerd now in my podcast and so it's a weird right man for that good beautiful. We're gonna into a big so i figured to start because the stuff you're into his stuff that i'm fascinated by. Let's start with the book talk tweet about the ark of the book and we'll sort of use that as a springboard into our conversation and by the way before we go further let me just talk about dr christoph his background. He's <hes> m._d. M._d. masters in public health from harvard p._h._d. And sociology from penn he was in this halloween controversy at yale which i didn't know about. I did not know about that too. I'm reading it just now. I i'm we're the event i didn't know you were the one of the center of that but we can. Maybe maybe not talk about that. Depending on what stuff we get into talking about the ark of the book right right well. That's always a dangerous question. You know when i used to go to cocktail parties with my wife. When in my twenties we would go to a party and i would we'll be working on my dissertation and say what's your dissertation about and i would launch into this twenty minute. Disquisition erica would be kicking me. I'll l. interrupt rather than kick him. I feel we need to all right. Let me let me start by then just summarizing some of the arguments and then if you want me to summarize the whole book. I'm happy to describe what we do in our what i do in the book greg so the basic ideas from my perspective is that for too long scientists and the person on the street have been focused on the dark side of human nature are on our propensity for violence or tacitly or tribalism or selfishness and the bright side has been denied the attention it deserves because while it it is the case that we are prone to those awful things we humans we are also prone to wonderful things like love and friendship and cooperation and teaching in fact these phenomena must necessarily have been more powerful than i think they were more powerful than the dark side of our nature because if in our in central environment every time.

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"nicholas" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"nicholas" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I will be back to the show on david nicholas we appreciate you tuning in and joining us i wanna give it our what's that nicholas wealth acom of nicholas and i c h e l a s wealth the e a l t h dot com you don't want to talk about our our seminars again we got some our financial seminars coming up next month august ten th in the fifteenth at six o'clock in the evening at bonefish grill through nerina bonefish grill it's a good restaurant there's i think we're going to have some seafood chosen on the menu maybe some filet so it's it's gonna be a great evening we're gonna be talking about ways as the those of you that are approaching retirement how wow you can protect portions of your retirement portfolio and you know what what risks route therefore retirement we're going to talk about some of the risks that can affect your portfolio would about washington dc new regulation changes how does that affect your retirement so it's gonna be a great night so want to give up our number so it's 404 eight nine zero five six zero six and the data there's going to be august tenth in august fifteen th at six o'clock pm but here's the you got a reserve because now sending out invites do the mail over the next really starting next week so we're giving in outer radials transfers so there you wanna make sure you reserve your seat i were were only going to take about fifty for for each night so once we get there were were capping it out so if you could just give us a call and let us know you'd like to attend and britain's 404 eight nine zero five six zero six.

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