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Finding Your Free Heart
"Boy oh boy do. I have my work. Cut out for me today. free heart. How can we possibly conquer and talk about freeing our emotional burdens in six minutes or less. It's not possible. But what i want to do for you today. In any way that i can the any way possible is to offer you my own experience and that is nobody can do this work for you my friend. No one can unburden your heart. You must go in on your own. Investigate check it all out become familiar with the blocks. The obstacles the baggage that you're holding onto and to unburden yourself. So this week is freedom week. We are talking about free. Mind free body so often a the root of our disturbances as we're learning from new science is deep deep deeply seated in our microbial in the microbe by oda in the balance of bacteria in our body. This is phenomenal. Phenomenal new science coming out. Make sure you grab my mental fitness protocol. To at least get you started on understanding this all but when it comes to the level of the heart we must approach it approach our heart and the the armor around our heart from different angles and very very tenderly so we can approach it from the gut brain access absolutely and we must and we can approach it from our mind and the patterns of our mind and we can open also approach it directly by just asking asking ourselves questions all day long. What what's gripping my heart today. What is gripping me. What is holding me down. What is disconnecting me from being fully available to others in my life the first step is just naming it naming your burdens writing down. If you're a writer naming it out loud if that helps what what am i birdied with. Is it resentment of something in the from. The past is it. Judgment of others is a comparison. Oh gosh that's been tough point for me. Is it worry. Constant worry about others kids parents money yourself. Your health just naming your burdens will start to help you crack open name. It become familiar with it. It's that rumi quote about the guest house. Invite them all in for tea here. we are. Okay let's have a discussion so firstly. It's it's it's becoming aware aware of the burdens. The bondage that is keeping you in suffering that hold you back from feeling that free heart that open heart and then two is. That is blanketing yourself with self love with kindness and compassion. They're they're sweetheart. Go back find those episodes. They're they're sweetheart. The loving kindness. May i be free. May i have joy. May i have kindness in my heart. May i feel safe. Those practices do it every single day over and over again and it starts to melt away the armor heart. It happened for me years ago. It wasn't easy and it hurt but it is so worth it. Because i'll tell you what on the other side opening your heart you become available to life you become available to others in an intimate way you become available to love life love others give freely feel more generous in your spirit in your heart so to be free in. Your heart is to melt the armor and in pem show dron one of my absolutely favorite teachers of all time out there talks about about putting down the the steel armor around your heart and soft opening your heart so that your heart becomes more porous. I'm a crier cry. Probably every day. There's something that touches me pokes me so deeply that it that it makes me cry and the cry is can be from the beauty around me the tenderness of another human being exposing him or herself. I cry because of grief you know those moments of grief on goodness it. It's bubbling up right now. In the crying. I enjoy it honestly because it. It's a reminder that that my heart is opening my heart is i'm exposing myself to the to the wonder of life to the to humanity but it takes constant work so to free. Our heart to really meet ourselves at that level is to admit where you're burdened to offer yourself self love compassion and then to open heart into be available to life to be available to being touched in many ways so there it is my friend. We start at the body. We touched the brain. We go to the heart. And and we circle ourselves with this deep deep Wish for wellbeing.
Baby Yoda Is Heading To The International Space Station And He's Got A Really Important Job To Do
"Aboard the space X dragon have now revealed to us the zero G indicator. And it looked like a little baby Oda. Yeah, Yep. Before astronauts have blasted off last night to the international space station brought a baby Yoda doll on board with them from the Disney plus series, The man DeLorean. It's the gravity indicator. So that means when baby Yoda floats in the air, the Esteban Astronauts know they have reached zero gravity. And have a
How Bullying Can Effect You Mentally
"Andy welcome to the mentally euros. Thanks so much coming on. Thanks for having me of it so just to start off. Have you been getting on in the second lockdown that we find ourselves in now. It's a strange one really is not the same as the first lock down. It feels like But yeah just get things you know. I can be busy at home This stuff i'm doing with my band and some of a various bits of filming of so of made my spare room into production setup And filming them mainly Yeah so it's not bad it's It's bit strange but not too bad for me personally. I know there's lots of people suffering. Yeah invest yourself. Happy sound parenting down. Well i'm a died of a two-year-old and think it would be probably a lot more difficult if she was at the age where. I had to home school her and that she was you know main she's a that doesn't really know what's going on and she's actually got parents at home so that's quite nice for her It's a strange. It's not been. There's been pros and cons to be honest. It's not been too bad but that being said you know. My situation is Is good in comparison to lots and and you know as we're talking to have on this podcast it can unless you keep a hold of it. You know you've really got to exercise. Maybe meditation just just sort of get yourself zoned in to a different way and not try and suffer it too much intensity because you can easily do it. So there's there's been moments where are struggled a little bit. If i'm honest because i'm used to being very busy normal the time and so yeah Oda no it's not been too bad. Yeah he touched another kind. The fight there about like a routine took podcasts. About routine helped people through lockdown and through just pandemic in general. Do you have a set thing. We'll things that really helped you in particular with you to exercise. Definitely one of them. I'll wake up and certainly first lock down. I was i was myself. My behalf was doing the with doing the p. We've joe which was really good. Actually just it was a routine out. We do about nine o'clock where time it was and And you know just engulfing the get released and mental health aspects of exercise really good Also get an outside at least once twice a day. Fresh air release cleanses the spirit and it wakes you up a little bit and it gets you creative juices flowing as well and it's just really important. You didn't get stuck in your head stuck at home you know. Definitely go out for that building. Absolutely absolutely especially Now sort of getting into the proper winter november and december. This kind of sunday's is like the temptation to just sort of stay in Stand bed not last too. But yeah about russia fund apps. Iggy there you back cave. I can condone certainly do that. Internally to sit off all these things. And i'm bit trapped. Actually i spoke to a working in spoke to a doctor who is coming onto. This program took about seasonally-adjusted syndrome which is Which is really a thing in one in three people suffer. It says the change of the weather changing the climate and And then it can really affect you know. Effects used to fit. My dad used to go about it but yeah eighteen. Oh everyone i think is. It's quite affected on what we've locked down happening. And the pandemic and things changing so much and what was. The weather is well. It's yeah you definitely into the winter months. It's you keep check of your mental health. Definitely
PlayStation 5 UI revealed: “Activity” shortcuts, picture-in-picture
"Christian. Spicer what is your story of the week? My story of the week is I wanNA, take a mental picture of right now where we are and I want to compare it to the end of this generation's life cycle because that is why I love you I the playstation five revealed issue I. Finally, thank you. We've seen a lot of the xboxes in the PS five has revealed. It's and the simplified kind of cleaner approach and showed off what can happen by pushing the PS bind on the controller and all the shortcuts, and so you don't need to go into the full home menu kind of get everything you need and. I think it's really slick looking for what I've seen I think it's you know until I go hand on with it I don't know how intuitive it is because there's always that line of like ad in featured and is the thing I want where I want it to be or not But what I'm super curious about is if or when it changes because that is one area where I feel like Microsoft has been very flexible over the years with the xbox one line of consoles and how much of that you I changed and as far as I can remember that ps four Cross media bar has kind of been what it is and I think they're not. Stars, I'm concerned. It's like it is because it it just is what it is. It's like this is my eighty. Corolla. It's great but the STO works. But it is. Yeah a little cumbersome in this I feel like the new one. I like what they're trying to do with it I think but Mario and Jeff I'm curious what your thoughts are on it from a user perspective. We'll let's just before we get into what we think about it. Let's just kind of. Summarize the. which is it's it's much more visual. Right? I mean the cross media bar has been text that comes up at the bottom of the screen and you move across it and pull things up and yeah there's a few images of games here or there but mostly it's it's a menu, right? It's a big long menu It's it looks to be the case that this new playstation five Ui. Is kind of using a card system that highlights what calling game play opportunities. It says, basically, this shows you can go back to things you missed, and so on it also shows that you can jump directly into levels or challenges that you WanNa plan certain games, and there's a new picture in picture feature that lets you view other parts of the game without leaving the screen or area you're currently in so Mario. Christians. Question is a good one. What do you make of it? What do you think is the more visual thing better or is it just more for the sake of more? It's funny because this whole week I have nothing but wanting to see what this you I was, and then of course, in one random day, it just dropped and then we got the state of play for it. So I'm so excited to actually to actually see, and then what I saw was a card game. Much and you know what? I love me some Card Games, the Simpsons Card Games still on my favorite games, I've ever played my life by all about card games. Exactly. But when it came to what I saw. At first I was like, yeah, I'm excited for new stuff but ultimately when it came to cards. My feeling was I just even though they're trying to look try to clean up some stuff with the lower bar with the audio function. Oda Audio functions. But when he got to the cards, things it just to me just look like more of a cluttered mess and I was terrified by it. Now granted majority of those were like it looked like for trophies in terms of percentages and stuff like that, which could lead into more information pilot complete those things that's all well and good. But then there's obviously the developer. Notes on the left where I I mean. I'll be honest I don't read any of those messages that come up when I look at my ps four and so for it to be there, I'm just hoping that there is going to be more customisation terms of how I want it to be in terms of removing certain things and just focusing on certain areas. That's just my. Take of it because every year I felt like my love for the PS four Ui had waned especially up to now where I feel like it is a drag in order to go from one place to the other. Obviously the the biggest thing for this generation is definitely be speed and I really hope that's all speeded up I do like the fact that there's games in media there look like they're separated now in terms of different areas. So if I, really WANNA focus on all my media stuff it'll be in one specific place it is. Now it's not good I hope. It's better. But when it comes to games, I'm also happy to the fact that it looks like everything's optimized for the game that you're playing and overlays on top of that for the most part. That's the big key thing I think is really nice about this. You I. Yeah you're right I. Didn't mention that and that is a big part of it is that all of this overlays on top of the game, you never actually leave the game you're playing or at least you don't have to leave the game you're playing in order to access all those features whereas push. PS Button on your your controller now it takes you out of the game put you on that blue screen and you're you know you're completely in a different
"oda" Discussed on Bilim ve Teknoloji Güncesi
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Celebrating #BlackJewishUnity Week with the National Urban League
"Next week, two of the world's foremost human relations organizations the National Urban League and J. C. will unite against surging levels of Anti Semitism and racism to declare black Jewish unity week. Together, we will strengthen ties between our nations black and Jewish communities and combat all forms of hate. To discuss the importance of this event and to talk about the challenges of fighting racism I'm joined now by Clint Oda, the National Urban League Senior Vice President for Policy Advocacy and the Executive Director of the Urban League's Washington Bureau Clint, thank you so much for joining us. It's a pleasure to be with you. Now this special week, this black Jewish unity week is not happening in vacuum. It's happening because of rising antisemitism and racism in this country my listeners here plenty about antisemitism. So I just wanted to start by asking you this. It's been a Helluva summer. How are you? I would describe myself as weathered a little bit. We've been going through this quite some time this summer at least the notoriety of these police incidents are is much higher than it has been in the past. So we're we're hanging in there. We don't have a choice. Because this work is so important. And it really does reinvigorate me to see that we've got allies in this fight and we've always had allies in this fight but to see them step up in the way that they have his really reinvigorated me and I'm very excited to keep the fight going. I'm sure that our listeners are familiar with the name, the Urban League because it is etched into the annals of history of this country and anyone who knows anything about the civil rights movement will know the names of the Urban League of the ACP Snick we can go deeper also start really getting to the deep cuts. Tell us a little bit about. What the Urban League has been up to lately and what you've been up to especially over the summer in the wake of the George Floyd killing and other events in recent months while we're one, hundred, ten year old civil rights and Economic Empowerment Organization and we have been working on I'd like to say ending systemic racism for the past one. Hundred Years. we've been doing that through our programs such as making. Housing more Ford audible teaching people how to purchase homes how to stay in homes. We've been helping people to get work meaningful work they can sustain them and their families. We've been working the traditional voting rights area and civil rights area for the entirety of our existence but social justice is taken on a real importance in our work right now as as well as doing all this work in the midst of a pandemic So that's so interesting what you say about systemic racism and then specifically citing home-buying and things like that. You didn't mention education, but I think there's a pretty robust education. Portfolio at the National Urban League as well. Absolutely I think if you look at AJC's goals and National Urban League goals, you'll see mirror images of each other. That's been the real cool thing about this that this partnership and all of these things that people are talking about and I'll show my millennial miss. All of the things that people are are posting on instagram talking about explaining what systemic racism is and why you know wealth divides between black and white communities are so important and underpin. So many elements of of racial injustice today all of those things are things that the National Urban League is. Working on absolutely and I can't say that when I started about a year and a half ago I spent the previous ten years working in the United States Senate including four vice presidential nominee Senator Kamala Harris. I believe crazy how these things happen working for her and the agenda that she pursued is so consistent with the work that I'm doing today. One of the first things we did when we walked into the place is lead a resolution condemning hate antisemitism anti racism xenophobia homophobia. It's as important to her as it was to me and so coming here was just a natural extension of that but. As I was saying just the Times in which we live are so unique and perilous parallels between the early nineteen sixties which I'm sure we'll talk more about and today are really really compelling. It's almost like we're back in the sixties again, I want to go there right now because this week is going to be all about black Jewish. Relations and the story of black Jewish relations is not a new odd. We might be writing a new chapter, but there's a whole book that comes before us here. So what's one element clint of the Black Jewish relationship that has meant a lot to you personally. I would probably say the religious and spiritual aspect of the relationship. Growing up as a as a young kid in the deep South. There were a lot of Jewish people around although they were president. We didn't know it I grew up Protestant Christian and a great story is on Sundays. We were always able to use the parking lot of the temple across the street and it used to just puzzled me is to how generous the temple folks could be. Given that they must have services on Sunday to. Eat of the temple was empty or they were just being generous over time and as I moved out of south, then went to law school and live here on the East Coast I. got a much greater appreciation, not only for the religion. My Wife, for instance, used to teach at a Jewish day camp in new Rochelle New York but just meeting. So many friends of the Jewish faith drawing those connections between my own faith and their own and. Also learning the rich history of black Jewish communities especially in the era of civil rights as a lawyer was a big fan is that really don't have you could come up with a Thurgood Marshall and no understanding of the work at the end of Lacey P., Legal Defense Fund was complete without understanding the role that Jack Greenberg played and lots of other Jewish folks in philanthropy in spirituality and pursue the nonviolence movement just a wonderful partnership over the years. As a religious person myself that resonates with me a lot as it happens our listeners probably talk about this before for college I went to a joint program between Columbia University and the Jewish illogical seminary and actually not migration at the graduation of the class ahead of me which attended representative John Lewis spoke, and of course, John Lewis all of our listeners will remember passed away this summer I think he actually was an ordain ministered and he told a story that I'm sure you've heard before because I've heard until it multiple times of preaching to his chickens in Troy. Alabama and that had a certain resonance in this audience of basically all Jews including some we're going on into the rabbit. Those ties between our communities where were not everyone is a person of faith but certainly, there is deep faith and religious history kind of threaded throughout our communities I think those are really really powerful things to focus on. And I hope over time you take a look at surveys of religion in the country in other pugh has done some study in this area religion is trending down a little bit. Don't always necessarily consider themselves religious if you look at community surveys and so it's really important to reinvigorate this relationship and put it on a firm spiritual pudding in Judeo Christian tradition is so rich in the African American community and there's just so much there to really build on. I'm really looking forward to getting that history more prominently understood and remembered in our communities. So when we're talking about black Jewish unity right and we're talking about building black Jewish unity they're really two levels to it, and this is something that we talk about with a lot of our advocacy work. At AJC, there's the grassroots and there's the grass tops right. I want to ask you about both. Let's start with the grass tops right at the high profile level at the celebrity role model level, the politician level what do you think? Needs to happen there to demonstrate the Jewish people and black people should work together and are stronger together. The grass tops may be one of the more important roles in unity and understanding. We are a celebrity driven culture for better or for worse and ideas have a lot more resonance and a lot more acceptance when someone that you know and admire to saying the same thing. So grass tops to that extent are the key in moving opinion. Notions like reparations notions like black lives matter notions like social justice have mood and pretty quickly I think because athletes because celebrity on television and other artists have been saying the same thing and in a short period of time we've seen. Opinions shift in this country not just age not just religion not just race, but everything seems to be moving in the right direction from a popular standpoint. The grass roots which we're going to talk about next is where you really determine how sustainable this movement is. Right. Yeah. So tell us about that I mean in our neighborhoods and our schools in our churches, our synagogues mosques, how can we strengthen those relations? Sure. I've seen a lot of encouraging evidence that we can do this at grassroots level. This is a very human. Very, empathetic movement when we're talking about grassroots, we've seen some of these grassroots efforts come up in. Pittsburgh for instance and New Jersey. And in Brooklyn where when horrible acts of hate murder violence take place the communities come together and they usually come together I with religion. It's the pastors it's the churchgoers. It's the temple goers that really give me some hope that we aren't just a moment, but that we're in a movement. So I think in many ways, the church and the faith community are are in central piece of grassroots. That's kind of what I'm seeing sort of on the ground right now I think black Jewish unity week can drive those grassroots even deeper because understanding the tragedy of the moment is not nearly as important as understanding these deep historical ties right in our faith and our families and what we want from each other in shared history sometimes things that aren't so great sometimes shared history of oppression. Lutely, and for our listeners WHO WANNA learn more about black Jewish unity week, they should go to AJC, dot org, slash black, Jewish unity, or text black Jewish unity all one word to five to eight, eight nine not to keep hitting the faith note here you know we're we're a pretty secular organization in JC but I love what you said about the houses of worship I live on the upper west side of Manhattan which is this incredible. Kind of Jewish bastion historic whatever and if you go twenty blocks down for me in twenty blocks up for me, you probably are GonNa pass by twenty synagogues total and we're also steps away, I mean. We're a mile two miles away from Harlem and the two neighborhoods are very different and that's something that's worth exploring as well. Why that is how that happened etcetera, the strengths and the challenges of both communities, but I was in synagogue on. Chabad after the shooting in Muncie and Lo and behold there in the front row, was a a delegation from church in Harlem that wanted to come in and to be there and to show solidarity, and they got up and spoke after services, and then fast forward to this summer were all obviously in lockdown. But the rabbi of the synagogue made kind of Zoom appearance at that churches services after the killing of George Floyd talk about solidarity with. The black community in the wake of the killings of and Taylor George Floyd and so many of the challenges of injustice that are being faced right now and I think you're right that the grassroots level it. So often does start in those kinds of houses of worship, our religious leaders reaching out one to the other in something that you said, really struck me about the proximity of Latte community and Jewish community in relatively small plot of land. As a policy Wonk I'm sure you appreciate this but either just for the benefit of your listening audience, blacks and Jews were both subject to the same kinds of redlining restrictions in many ways throughout much of the United States where banks would identify areas and they would say this is a desirable area in this is a less desirable area, and so you know Jewish and black families were often circumscribed by these lending lines that still have an ongoing lingering vestige today. If you look at housing segregation patterns certainly in the African. American community they are just as bad as they were in the nineteen sixties things like bike homeownership, which is at a low point especially because pandemic in or closures any fictions Is Worse than it was in the late nineteen sixties. So some of these things we were still wrestling with they seem twins dental, but they're not incidental at all. But again, it's this proximity you know that gives me hope and hope that even outside of crisis, we can expand and strengthen these relationships crises great reasons to get together but it's the more sustainable relationships happened over time outside of the crisis built on shared values and shared interests. So once again, this Jewish unity week has the potential to to be a real game changer. Well, so talk A. Little bit more about that. What do you hope is going to come out of this week if you believe that the basis of a better relationships and greater understanding comes from exposure than my hope is that we can use this week to focus on our rich history on our shared cultural values and to help understand things that we may not understand about each other but to be able to come together in a safe place and talk about those things, this has been tried in lots of different ways you know with lots of different impetus over the years. But in this country, as you know until you can make a sort of a holiday of it until hallmark starts to sell. It really difficult to have something that is stained and that you can go back to know every year. and. So that's the thing that excites me the most I know how excited I was to leave the south. And to meet people of different faiths including the Jewish faith and and get to know them get to count them among in my close friends. I would like that for everyone and so that when issues come up in our communities as we saw in Brooklyn I think earlier this year there was a really terrible assault in Brooklyn by a woman African American woman and if we had a built in long standing. Unbreakable trust between our communities. We can weather the storms we can come together and mutual condemnation, mutual understanding and mutual healing. It's not enough just to condemn something, but it's more important. I think to learn from it and make sure that it doesn't happen doesn't happen again and then five years hence, we can be sending each other black Jewish unity. We cards produced by hallmark absolutely creating whole new language in a around. It, it could be it could be urban slang and Yiddish expressions that. Unless you're in the know you don't you don't know. I'm hopeful hallmark if you're listening. Might be onto something big year. We'll see we'll see what's things we can pull their. I want to close by asking you for a few tips for our listeners actually the few months ago we had an amazing friend of AJC on the podcast named Eric. Ward. The Executive Director of the Western states center. We were talking about racism and I asked him what he thought as a professional opponent of racism and as a black man, what he thought American Jews should be doing to fight racism. His answer was pretty surprising to me actually because he said the best way for us to fight racism was to fight antisemitism since in his work he's bound that white supremacist racism is always based on a foundation of Antisemitism. So I I'm just interested in your reaction to that I, I think I'm citing him basically correctly I'm interested in your assessment of. That and second I want to give you a chance to answer the question from square one. Also, you know what would you like to see Clinton? What would you like to see American Jews doing proactively now to be effective allies in the fight against racism and I WANNA go back to Eric's point. Let me see if I can make this one I. I've only recently come to understand the difference between anti-racism. An anti-discrimination has a lawyer I've grown up understanding that if you want to fix racism, you have to attack it as a matter of non-discrimination don't discriminate against people in hiring don't discriminate against kids in school, and sometimes that anti-discrimination is in the form of color blindness. So whatever the remedy is, it can't be race specific right because the constitution doesn't allow such a thing but let's let's just come up with big broad sweeping solutions that african-americans might incidentally benefit from. You know by virtue of maybe being lower middle income people, we're going to come up with solutions that will work for everybody including African Americans. I've now come to understand that that's just not cutting. It goes great disparities that you talk about the at the beginning their persistent for a reason it's like trying to perform surgery with your eyes close, but you may be able to route around and feel where the patient is but your ability to be precise with a scalpel. And and fix the problem identified at problems impossible. If you don't open your eyes that has been the character of how we approach race in this country for decades. I've now come to understand and have really been encouraging others to join me in. This is becoming an anti-racist. It saying I may not have owned slaves I may have never committed an act of racism or discrimination. Even if that's true. You have to personally get involved to fix these problems. It's not enough to say, well, you know we have laws to address those issues. Laws had been very inexact and very unhelpful. In many ways you've got to get in there, roll up your sleeves and say, okay, is lack of capital in the black community a problem I need to figure out how to get more capital into black communities are educational disparities problem. Okay. I need to figure out how do we improve schools whether it's funding whether it's through pedagogy whatever we need to do, but we need to come up with solutions that actually help. Like people. And not just. Continue to perpetuate these gaps in Hustle meeting well in educational opportunities and health and civic engagement. That's my biggest message to the community, the An anti races. Just. As you know, we should all be fighting against anti-semitism. It's not enough to turn your back and say, well, you know they're not talking about, knee they are talking about you. And it's when we get to the point where those protests and in the halls of Congress where we're trying to make change we see people who look like you see people who would like me and seek people or Asian and and people who are all different walks of life saying we are here because we care and black lives matter and we've got to change the way this country works. I want to dive in and ask a million more questions and and talk so much more about where you just this conversation we are unfortunately out of time. So I hope that this will be an effective way to wet our listeners appetites for the week ahead, I should just add that in addition to his impressive titles at the National Urban. League clint wears another half. It's one of my favorite. Hats it's the hat organizational podcast host and Clinton is one of the hosts of for the movement the National Urban League podcast which people should check out and especially check out for this next episode where my colleague Dan Elbaum will be a guest on the show. We will link to the podcast in our show notes, Clinton let me just say once more. Thank you so much for joining us this week. She said thank you for letting me be here.
"oda" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"Hello. . My name is Schuco Oda I am a Japanese chef from Koya restaurant and today I'd like to share a recipe for sticking wings and burnt soy jam. . This is a really simple recipe that I do often at home as well as the restaurant. . and. . The good thing about this dish is that you can do all your peparations the night before. . So. . Let's get started the day before your barbecue or when your are coming, , there are three things to prepare chicken wings, , the burnt soy jam and the Garnish. . going onto the chicken wings, , we prepare the chicken wings by removing the tips cutting them in half of other if you like to keep your chicken wings whole, , feel free to do that too. . And then you basically soak the chicken wings and four percent salt water. . Brian for about four hours, , then you take them out, , pop them dry with the dish cloth and then you leave them to air dry in the fridge. . And then next, , we make the sauce for the burnt. . So Jam, you , basically need four hundred milliliters of soy sauce four, , hundred milliliters of mewing, , which is the sweetened taquet, , and then one hundred, twenty , milliliters of rice vinegar. . And Eighty grams of honey and those things are all mixed together in a pot and you keep this at rapid boil. . So the edges of the pop start to burn and give it intends burnt flavor the washing a little bit hard by the end but <hes>. . You just need to get them boiling quite rapidly so that it does have that burnt flavor to it. . So You keep it boiling until basically it's reduced to maybe about one sixth of its original amount. . This can be just roughly and. . Once, , it's down to one sixth and it's looking quite sticky. . Then you had the same amount of. . Jam. . And for the jam, , this can be pretty much anything from a free call tomorrow related ones with a little bit of acidity usually goes well, , and then once the jam is at you similar the sauce for further two minutes or so basically until the sauces welcome pined thicky and that's your burnt soy I'm ready and advocate to the sweet salty sauce. . We need to prepare some garnish and I like to use much stick leaks, , which you can simply prepare cutting leak into five centimeter cylinders, , and then you use only a white skins and slice some along the grade into matchsticks. . You keep this at a cold water and then that's pretty much all your preparation done. . So on the day of your barbecue. . Do now is to grill your chicken wings, , dip them into the brunt jam, , and then top them with leaks and seeress ticky chicken wings served. . And that's it break for barbecues and I'm sure your guests would love it. .
Shuko Oda's Sticky Chicken Wing Recipe
"Hello. My name is Schuco Oda I am a Japanese chef from Koya restaurant and today I'd like to share a recipe for sticking wings and burnt soy jam. This is a really simple recipe that I do often at home as well as the restaurant. and. The good thing about this dish is that you can do all your peparations the night before. So. Let's get started the day before your barbecue or when your are coming, there are three things to prepare chicken wings, the burnt soy jam and the Garnish. going onto the chicken wings, we prepare the chicken wings by removing the tips cutting them in half of other if you like to keep your chicken wings whole, feel free to do that too. And then you basically soak the chicken wings and four percent salt water. Brian for about four hours, then you take them out, pop them dry with the dish cloth and then you leave them to air dry in the fridge. And then next, we make the sauce for the burnt. So Jam, you basically need four hundred milliliters of soy sauce four, hundred milliliters of mewing, which is the sweetened taquet, and then one hundred, twenty milliliters of rice vinegar. And Eighty grams of honey and those things are all mixed together in a pot and you keep this at rapid boil. So the edges of the pop start to burn and give it intends burnt flavor the washing a little bit hard by the end but You just need to get them boiling quite rapidly so that it does have that burnt flavor to it. So You keep it boiling until basically it's reduced to maybe about one sixth of its original amount. This can be just roughly and. Once, it's down to one sixth and it's looking quite sticky. Then you had the same amount of. Jam. And for the jam, this can be pretty much anything from a free call tomorrow related ones with a little bit of acidity usually goes well, and then once the jam is at you similar the sauce for further two minutes or so basically until the sauces welcome pined thicky and that's your burnt soy I'm ready and advocate to the sweet salty sauce. We need to prepare some garnish and I like to use much stick leaks, which you can simply prepare cutting leak into five centimeter cylinders, and then you use only a white skins and slice some along the grade into matchsticks. You keep this at a cold water and then that's pretty much all your preparation done. So on the day of your barbecue. Do now is to grill your chicken wings, dip them into the brunt jam, and then top them with leaks and seeress ticky chicken wings served. And that's it break for barbecues and I'm sure your guests would love it.
"oda" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"Today I'd like to share a recipe for sticking wings and burnt soy jam. . This is a really simple recipe that I do often at home as well as the restaurant. . and. . The good thing about this dish is that you can do all your peparations the night before. . So. . Let's get started the day before your barbecue or when your are coming, , there are three things to prepare chicken wings, , the burnt soy jam and the Garnish. . going onto the chicken wings, , we prepare the chicken wings by removing the tips cutting them in half of other if you like to keep your chicken wings whole, , feel free to do that too. . And then you basically soak the chicken wings and four percent salt water. . Brian for about four hours, , then you take them out, , pop them dry with the dish cloth and then you leave them to air dry in the fridge. . And then next, , we make the sauce for the burnt. . So Jam, you , basically need four hundred milliliters of soy sauce four, , hundred milliliters of mewing, , which is the sweetened taquet, , and then one hundred, twenty , milliliters of rice vinegar. . And Eighty grams of honey and those things are all mixed together in a pot and you keep this at rapid boil. . So the edges of the pop start to burn and give it intends burnt flavor the washing a little bit hard by the end but <hes>. . You just need to get them boiling quite rapidly so that it does have that burnt flavor to it. . So You keep it boiling until basically it's reduced to maybe about one sixth of its original amount. . This can be just roughly and. . Once, , it's down to one sixth and it's looking quite sticky. . Then you had the same amount of. . Jam. . And for the jam, , this can be pretty much anything from a free call tomorrow related ones with a little bit of acidity usually goes well, , and then once the jam is at you similar the sauce for further two minutes or so basically until the sauces welcome pined thicky and that's your burnt soy I'm ready and advocate to the sweet salty sauce. . We need to prepare some garnish and I like to use much stick leaks, , which you can simply prepare cutting leak into five centimeter cylinders, , and then you use only a white skins and slice some along the grade into matchsticks. . You keep this at a cold water and then that's pretty much all your preparation done. . So on the day of your barbecue. . Do now is to grill your chicken wings, , dip them into the brunt jam, , and then top them with leaks and seeress ticky chicken wings served. . And that's it break for barbecues and I'm sure your guests would love it. .
Shuko Oda shares a sticky chicken wings recipe
"Today I'd like to share a recipe for sticking wings and burnt soy jam. This is a really simple recipe that I do often at home as well as the restaurant. and. The good thing about this dish is that you can do all your peparations the night before. So. Let's get started the day before your barbecue or when your are coming, there are three things to prepare chicken wings, the burnt soy jam and the Garnish. going onto the chicken wings, we prepare the chicken wings by removing the tips cutting them in half of other if you like to keep your chicken wings whole, feel free to do that too. And then you basically soak the chicken wings and four percent salt water. Brian for about four hours, then you take them out, pop them dry with the dish cloth and then you leave them to air dry in the fridge. And then next, we make the sauce for the burnt. So Jam, you basically need four hundred milliliters of soy sauce four, hundred milliliters of mewing, which is the sweetened taquet, and then one hundred, twenty milliliters of rice vinegar. And Eighty grams of honey and those things are all mixed together in a pot and you keep this at rapid boil. So the edges of the pop start to burn and give it intends burnt flavor the washing a little bit hard by the end but You just need to get them boiling quite rapidly so that it does have that burnt flavor to it. So You keep it boiling until basically it's reduced to maybe about one sixth of its original amount. This can be just roughly and. Once, it's down to one sixth and it's looking quite sticky. Then you had the same amount of. Jam. And for the jam, this can be pretty much anything from a free call tomorrow related ones with a little bit of acidity usually goes well, and then once the jam is at you similar the sauce for further two minutes or so basically until the sauces welcome pined thicky and that's your burnt soy I'm ready and advocate to the sweet salty sauce. We need to prepare some garnish and I like to use much stick leaks, which you can simply prepare cutting leak into five centimeter cylinders, and then you use only a white skins and slice some along the grade into matchsticks. You keep this at a cold water and then that's pretty much all your preparation done. So on the day of your barbecue. Do now is to grill your chicken wings, dip them into the brunt jam, and then top them with leaks and seeress ticky chicken wings served. And that's it break for barbecues and I'm sure your guests would love it.
Post Malone Takes Equity Stake in Envy Gaming
"E Sports Network Today Post Malone absurd. The popular artists by any metric became a CO owner of envy gaming for an undisclosed equity stake in the company. The parent company of Team Envy and the Dallas Empire in the Dallas fuel in the CDL and Oda Buell respectively, and gaming is one of the biggest sports organizations out there envy's Dallas Empire will compete in CDL Champs. This weekend as the organization has been making big moves all summer longtime CEO Castro has moved over to a role as chief gaming officer while media veteran, Adam. Rymer has stepped in as the new CEO I had Adam on the East sports network podcast yesterday but the show won't
"oda" Discussed on PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST
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Lorenzo RiccardiMarrying Economics And Travel
"Lorenzo. I am excited to be sitting down with you in person in Bangkok in. I'm hoping you can introduce yourself. Thank y'all Rica Or so Epa to to Meteo Let's say we've been touched for for quite long diamond. A as we know people who travel frequently They have difficulties in meeting in a specific place. We let's stay in touch online Nathan media but Yeah good that we coordinate today. A brief introduction about myself I'm Tanya so Batna close to a million beautiful town that is Bergamo medieval down UNESCO site I decide that the two moved to China actually for eighteen years ago Let's say to get it in Italy. I started economics. Business Administration. I let's say qualified as a CPA. That means chartered accountant ODA Tax and Finance Professional. I decided to move to Shanghai. I actually Beijing studying Again economics at the University of International Business Economics Shanghai for a long period because I already spent fourteen years Actually doing what I was doing also in Italy so working as a CPA as tax and accounting professional. I the photo quite large low in tax firm and an recently actually during the last nine years so with my own firm with my own team with the. Let's say lawyer. Subsidies accountants financial advisers and maniacs sees the foreign groups investing in the forest specifically In in China and Let's say Shanghai area even more than other regions provinces or areas of of China. Of course. I'm a patient traveler. I travel at the. Let's say too many countries before moving to China and I decided Wena was based in Shanghai to to travel to every country. Not a decision of one day but Let's say traveling traveling and Let's see increasing your experience and expertise in traveling. I decided yet traveler more and more under in order already today I can say that. I traveled to every sovereign nation. One hundred ninety eight said. He contrasts having visited the. Let's say three hundred interbay gone on the third of January twenty twenty excellent Orange L. Let's go back in time. Take me to your UNESCO World Heritage City outside of Milano. And what was your family lake in other words from a perspective of travel. Were you guys homebound where you traipsing through Europe where you venturing outside of your? What was your travel? Dna? I can say I can say that With my with my father we traveled to Europe. And my father always encouraged made to to travel. And that yeah. I always remember Let's say he always recommended a certain level of education that means university glass probably so fully traveling university where exactly the same level off. Let's say education importance for the. Let's say personal life and career and is I think is a is a valued at Dieppe understood from my father probably also based on his business traveling because it was a manager in Indian shadow of a company Italian group in engineering and Manufacturing Electric In in different countries is a he always been basically neatly but he had chance to say short business trips in in many countries and every time he came back from a business trip Let's say transfer to to me is passion is interested. Let's say the venue that he understood from this experience in in addition to that your father this great opportunity to of travelling throughout Europe. Were you at times accompanying him on. Some of these strips are what were your travels like with your family going up. Let's say Miami Miami's the Travis with my family where typically some of occasions saw the let's say and Few countries of course France and few countries close to Italy so I cannot describe Let's say so many trips to remote or exotic location definitely Let's say what I remember is these? Let's say generally Comment on the importance of traveling that I received from my father and I think this was something important ores in his business career. Okay so we have to think your father partly for your passion of travel with him sharing those stories as he traveled throughout Europe. And then you also shared with us. Before he moved to China. You started to do a lot of travel on your own. So what was kind of that first independent trip? You took on your own while living in Italy when you started to spread your wings. What was that like? Let's say the first Solo travel that I did I think was to Turkey was to Eastham born and I really remember crossing Bosphorus Bridge. It is I think an important moment because I remember just these Let's say symbolic crossing between two continents Asia and Europe and for me was relevant. I felt the first time. Let's say far from my hometown and I think from that moment. I always searching other experience where I could feel the same kind of expedience and today. I think like most of people travelling so much I can say that the I never feel far from home because I feel at home everywhere. But that was Let's say unexperienced that that I remember and I can. I can manage Let's say probably the first trip out of Europe was to the United States was again. Ah Summer School. My father is encouraged me to study English in UK or the US. The time was in California in the first three of let's say Western countries sent was to Was to China was to Thailand in China. Okay so going back to the US coming from Italy and you're studying English Kelly. I'm not sure how old you were at that. Point Young Western Europe. Us pretty similar overall but as a younger guy were you kind of noticing any cultural differences or nuances. Anything funny or interesting. Stick out to you when you were standing in California. Let's say what I can say that. What ty note is. Is that Americans they have limited the understanding or knowledge about Europe and about my country and about the place I come from but this is not a comment specifically on Americans. This is something related to let's say or Muslim countries and definitely all Western countries because people from Italy they have limited understanding of the Far East of China of severed countries and not understanding of the fifty four African countries. So Yeah my first the. Let's say tree out of FUTA PA. Let's say teaching needed even in the Western world even in the top economy in the in the most developed country. We don't have a clear understanding or a complete knowledge of geography and about. Let's say the word
"So. When did you first experienced experienced depression? Mine presented as anxiety for really really young age. Everything was always a little bit more difficult than it should have been and I am a fire. have been resilient as has been proven. We've all the Times I've had to balance back which you do get a bit bored of despite understanding that you are strong with that that comes into the other stuff as well but as a kid. I say now bellyache. And I didn't have a bellyache but because I had an operation when I was a baby it was strata doctors and Ooh that did was feed my fear and I started to then believe that there was something wrong and it was just. It was really really difficult because I didn't have the language to explain. I was anxious. It wasn't a stomach ache now. In evidence suggested it to me I didn't have the language in definitely often. Didn't have the tools to deal with it and that was present larger part of my life. How did it manifest when you say about stomach? Skeikh did you actually feel it in your stomach. Yeah completely I remember having that as well to do before pretty much every Sunday night before school but did you think panic attacks as well a it. Got to the point where I'm wanting to scratch. My skin felt uncomfortable. MOM's skin at points but it's weird people always say how can you suffer with anxiety and then go on stage and perform in front of all those people. I don't find that anxiety. Inducing Willie G can access beforehand. The law get excited but then maybe that is like a again. I think perspectives really important because once you harness. There were times in the beginning when I was nervous but once she begins to I understand now that that's actually actually. Excitement is the feeling of something big about to happen. And that's really important energy to have because you will cow and you give that extra ten percent because events so if you can harness out and interpret is excitement as opposed to anxiety. It's really good It's it has a healthy purpose in that place and also means a care if I didn't have had that feeling before I went onstage. Worry that become complacent and bored. And I'm definitely not but it can obviously of manifest in bad ways as well as Vincent of times when it's stop living sort of straightforward live here. But more at home I always managed to get through work no matter what's going on say to my detriment but not really because it depends what you pin success is like. It's one thing to be able to come here. Sit and have conversation. Sation were person after person and put a face on it but then I have to deal with what I'm actually feeling but that's life uh-huh sugar and but that's life. Everyone and I guess understanding that we all have problems is something that's really important for people to know because his success doesn't absolve you of that but I you know when I encounter people which happens often when I'm walking down the road or gotta get shopping from Saint Spiezio Israel any other market. Oh Shit this ain't BBC David after say faculty. No one knows what knows knows what has gone to my day. You know no one knows if but dogs died so I never what anyone else responsible for that on another project my you know my anxiety easier. Maya a stresses on other people part from those closest to me which is something. I'm really trying to learn not to do because doesn't feel very good. I think a lot of guilty of during that the national face on and then when you come home you then you get the nasty sided sort of comes out. It's just sorry cricket. You think about the people you love the most get the least of you. That's been the hardest part about my job. Are there any soon particular methods or things that help you in terms of anxiety when it does manifest like breathing techniques or is it staying with the routine you mentioned earlier like jam and sleep stuff. It's you know what some it just is a Bugah. It really is because there's no rules there's no rhyme or reason my life is as good as he ever has. Been Your Eh philosophy weeks for the first time in years. I've been waking up in the neue stomach and I don't know if that's related therapy because I'm starting to unpick things and things that come into the surface or if there's something else but it's part of a guest this is super into understand oneself and we change and I had a really good understanding of myself a point and then I encountered so things in my life which I'm still catching pulled process. There is an icee with mental into how this unfortunately it's very very kind of a start and a finish is ongoing but listen. I think we're all works in progress and I understood that when are we sat in a room full of largely hugely successful. People were a lot more say a lot. I'm getting on the housing to say to me. Not that much older ODA but you would imagine from the outside that they had lifetime to a t and I learned from the conversations that we had his they winging it like everyone everyone else. No one's called bloody clue and that was actually really refreshing to see someone who who I was you know in some more in oral. Everyone's norm where guy resigning. This world is the same place for all of us. Obviously there are differences. But all Marie everyone is just winging it. We don't know what do we try to the best of it. I'm lucky there's been some pretty amendment so my career as always great to feel elated But there's times when it's stressful and you know it's just learning to manage these things and understanding that stress is always going to be present in life for as long as you interpret as stress. It's all about perspective so when you're working on an album looking at the music side of things first of all or an EP like Moss. What are the challenges in terms the mental health there? There isn't any challenges really there apart from getting music out. I don't find it. A really good place creatively. Certainly in the used to worry about going to the studio and not being able to come up with something because I was new to work in that environment and walking into sessions people pat never met and like you have to. You can only express yourself as far as you're confident enough to but my confidence grew in that. I don't write things on paper. I walk around just stipulate insane stuff like a madman talk into myself but I do that until I get worse riot and I enjoy back here that if anything has a positive effect on my mental health. Because it's so much fun creating it really really is building those those relationships with people when you meet someone for the first time in the studio and you have to play instruments but I write guitar lines and piano melodies just by home in stuff but when I'm working with a producer and I I'm trying to articulate what's in my head and it's not words because it's sound is quite funny but you after you have to be willing to look or sound stupid in order to get there you have to get over the worry of of of looking shoe pige. Half the reason people though so dark aunts is because they're embarrassed. Once you get over that you can do anything. What about mental health? In terms of stuff like touring because that must be interesting. I've done dry tors. I've done wet ause soaking wet. AUSE Toys for retain weirdly because it will be a bad routine. Sometimes you know what's happening. You're getting on a bus your guy into bed and you're waking up in another city but you're waking up at relatively the same time and end I wasn't afforded that kind of routine I wasn't too for a while because of how things were I've managed to build quite routine into my life at home. Now depends home is somewhere there is home and not just the place I'm renting. That's just the house is a really big difference between the House and it was really weird. That told the I did was incredible. Response after all these years still be able to set out shows and get that kind of response to new music as well as old was amazing bar that said I was homesick. It really was. I missed my life at home and I haven't had that before you think crazy in it thirty six and I'm homesick for the first time because of what I've made for myself as a home.
Lisa's Secret Recipe Hacks
"How are you good. I think we're jet lag doug. We're good you back and better than ever. very excited. You know everyone always says you should start your podcast by telling people to subscribe which we never do. Should we tell people I mean but come back after you subscribe subscribe to the podcast yeah right but I don't want them to get so excited that they abandoned the podcast. Go Oh L. Forget about the podcast people listening now or they're probably already subscribed but if you're not subscribed you should subscribe and you should review us and tell us that you you enjoy the podcast. That's how I'm starting that you don't we can take it. Yeah you see we are with. We're thick-skinned. I like to think that there's people driving with a friend in the passenger seat listening to this podcast with the very first time and then that's the one we're going to get your fantasizing about that and the friend is now signing them both up on their phone okay. This is great. okay excited. What about today's episode. I feel a little weird because it's it's called the leases secret recipe acts so it's my secret recipe hacks to no idea what we're in for uh-huh none top secret top secret but you are going to get a glimpse into a Pantry my brain and my life and how I eat every single L. dangle from ready for this. I am I am ready. You guys see me every day. So it's old hat I mean I I eat similar thing now. There's definitely I I have some idea of what's on deck and their things I had not known about that. You didn't know about me not at secrets. I'm shocked what you put in your blender. I you know I really want Uh. I think this is going to be a really exciting episode because this truly is a glimpse into I by like mad scientist work in the kitchen and things that I've been up to more more lately so I think it's cool and I hope that people are writing this down. So if you're somewhere where you can have a pen and a paper and not look like a Weirdo on a treadmill with a pet newspaper something you you should write it down if not just played over and over again or check out our show page at hungry dash girl dot com slash podcast. Yep and make sure you're signed up for those daily emails for the latest secret hacks to come out of Lisa's brain true true okay so before we get into the hacks. What are we starting with. Okay remember Archie mcphee. The pickled Candy Canes Yeah. Rt that's a website that has all weird great amazing stuff yeah yeah so last last year. They had pickle flavored. Candy Canes will now this year. Are you ready for the newest version. I can eat a drum roll. Kale Candy Canes Yeah Kale Flavored Candy Canes. I'm not sure if that's going to be a winner like the the pickle or pickled ones who are actually. I never the bigger ones where they're good. I don't know joy remember I probably did. I thought I saw them your last year. I've probably had for show but I'm sure I tasted them. Yeah I like pickle flavored stuff even if it's sweet but the sale will be fail fail. Kale flavored cal. I know who does know if they can't believe for Kale. Kale tastes good because you do stuff well. They also are going to come out with ham flavored and pizza-flavored so if you don't like the Kale I'm I would imagine ham or pizza that might be pretty tasty and willing to it on our food cast page If you WANNA go buy a box I will try all of those and I feel sure they're all going to be pretty gross. I want like cheesecake and Peach Cobbler like that's what I want. My Candy Canes Tasteless. I feel like this all stemmed from those Jones Soda Oda Holiday Sodas that tasted like stuffing and gravy and Thanksgiving. Whatever it's a gimmick I'll buy little I mean it's a choir taste but that cell array soda that Old Delhi Soda Celebrates your grandparents favorite yeah it tastes like celery but sweet celery and it tastes good so love that maybe the okay we'll be the same thing just Kale. You know what that's a good point. Mike we will give it a try. It will be gross won't tell us uh-huh okay. Are we ready to start the hacks all right so my first hack and it's a little recipe. It's something that I created. Maybe two weeks ago and I want you guys to try it. This is what I have called. I have named this a cereal milk law and I only came up with the name after I tasted it. and I thought wow this taste like cereal milk. Now I believe once I was like I'm so smart I created this thing and then I googled and cereal milk lot days exist but that's actually made made with milk from serial. This is not it just tastes like it so it's a time saver because you don't actually have to like put your cereal bowl of milk and exactly and no serious harmed armed or used for that or abused or anything so here's here are the things that I use and I'm going to rattle some stuff off that also could be used in other ways so like you should hear it ingredient and say oh. I know how I'M GONNA use that in the future so first thing I use I start with an instant vanilla coffee. Very a rare can't even find it these days. I buy it on Amazon Nurse Cafe. Look at this and says Frenchman and it's an other languages too so maybe this is not even even like an American pride and even know you could get flavored instant well you can and it's key for this so I mean if you don't have flavored instant vanilla. You can use the instant instant coffee of your choice starbucks. V. is good or whatever instant coffee like I recommend the next cafe French Vanilla that they sell on Amazon and Jamie. We're GONNA link. I right yeah heck. Ask because I'm going to be the first one all right so I use that. I use a teaspoon of that and then I add to that all right. This is an ingredient that I'm gonNA hate emails from this. I don't know but I use this to me. This is a secret weapon that I use it a lot of things. Is it natural no is is it healthy no but a little goes a long way and it will change your life enter coffeemate French vanilla sugar free powder Lula. Ah How retro totally Retro Okay Wait. I'm going to grab this and I'm going to read about it grew so here's the thing some people say oh. I keep the the liquid coffee. May It's not the same and I'm going to tell you why the liquid coffee mate to get the bang you need you get out of one tiny teaspoon of this. You need several tablespoons. You end up using fifty to one hundred calories worth of liquid for what you would get for about ten calories worth of the powder so that's a little known secret that people don't know so. This powder has thirty thirty calories a tablespoon. I never ever ever use a whole tablespoon. I use a teaspoon so potent ten calories delicious smelled us it smells like like ready whipped lipped and Bonilla heaven and even though there are some chemicals in us the tiniest so whenever I use this by away in anything and I'll use it in oatmeal use it in everything but I dissolve it in warm water. It gets clumpy if you don't do that so so I add this to the coffee coffee then I add. Here's another weird thing. You're going to be like what the heck are you talking about malted milk powder. We have in that's retro. Is it here okay. It's carnation and I don't know if we have it with us. Carnation malted milk powder and you're probably thinking my supermarket doesn't have it every supermarket. Has it again a serving of it. I think is three tablespoons for ninety calories. Well I use one. I use two teaspoons of it okay so I used to teaspoons of the Frenchman. Oh coffee made powder two teaspoons of the malted milk powder one teaspoon of the coffee. I add a little bit of cinnamon like an eighth of a teaspoon or something thing sometimes you could add a tiny bit of trivia if he wanted super sweet you don't need to but you dissolve that in a couple of like a quarter cup of hot water and you make sure it's dissolved then you
The Case of Leeann Lapham
"Situated on how evans showed up unannounced at her mother's house and to refuse to leave. He verbally abused leeann causing her to lose her temper. She wrote to matt got so angry that i'll put bobbing danger. That's real bad angry at myself. Dina style department have communities child safety disability services contacted lean on march twenty two amidst concerns for her unborn child's welfare leeann reported that her relationship with evans had ended she also intended to obtain the domestic violence order referencing the threats he made <hes> and the department then contacted graham evans who said that he had no intention of resuming their relationship so adding liens bipolar disorder and end their constant arguing kerry didn't say evans for a few weeks and assumed the domestic violence oda ahead bank filed and the relationship was over on march twenty four two thousand ten leeann gave birth to a boy named bradley james lapin mm-hmm evans visited them in hospital promising to change and provide for his family lien was reluctant but agreed to get back together if he delivered on his promises when her mother questioned to the ends decision she responded that she locked evans and wanted to make things work for bradley rodley. The couple fan to not deal family high has spacious three bedroom house surrounded by greenery twenty two kilometers columba's there've been his file but it wasn't available until later in the month heavensent leanna text promising to fund a motel room for them in the meantime riding a swear that late all will do anything to make that happen. I'm not losing you. If if i can not then i'm no man will get us out of this shit on aid. You're lovely and all will get it. The next morning he secured a one week. Stay at the riverside might tell in town santa where he antolin had stayed on prior occasions and on on april thirteen the trio settled in lianne failed to appear in court to complete her domestic violence order against evans seemingly eager to start afresh but this honeymoon period was only temporary by the evening of april fifteen the pair. We're fighting again. Evans was filing to live up to his promises arriving high light drinking too much and rumors had spread of he's alleged infidelity. He urged to be strong and to persevere for bradley psych
U.S. Special Forces Battle Against ISIS Turns to Containment, and Concern
"Story came to me from sources within the special forces community, and they told me the story about how they were on a operated in two thousand and ten who's Marsha Afghanistan. There's a huge clearing operation was a big deal in the press at the time, and obviously, a big deal for the military as well that they were clearing through this insurgent stronghold in Afghanistan. It was considered the insurgent capital at the time and a special forces OD, a special forces team from third special forces group was working with the Kanak commandos, who are Afghanistan's national counterterrorism force. They are like they're kind of like their version of tier one their premier counterterrorism team. And Afghan, government of Afghantistan will deploy Kanak and their special forces advisers with them wherever they're needed around the country, then, you know, they're kind of like an you. They could be a quick reaction force. They can go they can go put out fires wherever they need to do that. Well said, so they are down there. Of course, for this big operation down in Marsha. They can't Moorhead they go down to camp bastion, and stage out of there, where the special forces piece of that mission is being run out of the AO be at that camp. It's a obese the advanced operating base, and that's where all the staff officers are where the logistical hub is going to run the whole operation so attached to the ODA that's going out to hit a objective. The objective is thunderdome. They have an attachment to them, and because the ODA's are working on these big large scale operations with the Afghans. They sometimes get attachments, basically there to help them out. And in this case, it was a navy seal a seal sniper, and they told me that it was Gallagher. Okay, gone on this operation with them. So the joint Afghan-American force, they push up to this road intersection, which is objective. Thunderdome. And capture a house there that they're going to use as kind of their staging ground out in the field for this operation, so they come in and captured this area. And chief Gallagher. I'm told was up on the roof with other special forces members. And there's a lot of Afghan national army an guys driving down the road through this road. Intersection to participate in the operation. And they said that chief Gallagher popped off shot at an and one round actually went through the rear window of a high locks embedded in the dashboard, which. Not a great start now. And then throughout the that that day and into the next morning. There was a farmer nearby kind of middle aged guy and whenever there was a lull in the firefight. Whenever there's a low and fighting this farmer would come out with his ho and it start working his land. Farming farming waits for no man war be damned. Yeah. In other another day in Afghanistan, and the interpreter for the team kept telling this civilian like go back inside. It's not safe out here. Of course. Not, and he'd keep coming back out, anytime. There's a law when fire according to my sources.
Giants hold 12 picks in 2019 NFL Draft, including two in first round
"But as for the giants they now have the number five pick and the number seventeen pick in and another third round pick. So yes, they have two first round picks. Just like the raiders do. Well, the raiders have three first round picks this year. But those in the high twenty so already the giants have to hire picks than the raiders did when they traded away, Amari Cooper and Khalil Mack. So there is some positive. They have to picks in this draft. And this is a highly touted drought class defensively. So they can get their defense a bit. And as well draft a quarterback into an Haskins who seems like he's gonna ghost the second quarterback selected. It seems to me that collar Marie still going to be the first overall selection by the Arizona Cardinals as they are shopping. Josh rosen. It's not they have not announced yet they have not made that official, but there's just been confirmation from other sources that he is being shopped. So to me, I think Colin Murray is going to be going to the cardinals with the first overall pick. And with this trade the Browns are a serious contender. I mean, just look at this offense Baker Mayfield under center Nick chub behind him. And when cream hunt comes back probably from his suspension, which is probably like six games roughly he'll be back in the lineup. Oda Beckham on one side Jarvis land joined the other you'll LSU teammates Antonio Calloway in the slot. Davis. David Joko at tight end. That's a great lineup right there. That makes Baker Mayfield. Job so much easier. When you have that much talent at the receiver position anti-dam position as well as your running game being strong with with Nick Chubb, who is extremely underrated is one of those in my opinion, one on the top picks in the draft. I'm sorry top pigs fantasy football wise in the draft.
Fans send off Patriots with rousing Super Bowl rally at Gillette
"New England fans had a big sendoff for the patriots from the Gillette stadium as the team heads to Atlanta for the big showdown with the Rams in the Super Bowl. USA's Vincent reports. Tom Brady, obviously, the star of the show at different times. This year has been up and down coaches always talked us about not riding your the emotional roller coaster. We stayed focused. We played our best football at the end. And we're not quite at Dan yet. One more to go coach Bill Belichick also addressed the thousands at the rally in Foxborough. The biggest standoff we've ever had. And we really appreciate everybody coming out. Appreciate your support all year, and we hope to see ODA Atlanta. The New England Patriots are on their way to potentially hoisting their six Lombardi trophy. This will be their ninth Super Bowl appearance since the two thousand one season
Future of Football: Readers respond
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Future a football readers respond by Al Sarah Cevic in late October, the chronicle published a six part series examining the future of football. The premise was simple now that we know the sport can cause lasting brain damage. Driving some to suicide. What are we going to do about it a dedicated team of chronicle? Journalists spent months digging into the subject, you can read the whole thing at SF chronicle dot com slash future afoot ball in a letter to chronicle subscribers I encouraged response. What do you think should be done? What will the game look like in twenty years? Let me share a few of those voices. Thanks, your reflection is so important. I did love your projection that football would look like boxing. Why the continued ignorance with little effort to address the problem, Frederick e Hessler at San Francisco, all your main recommendations. Make logical sense. And are the right thing to do. I was lucky. I was too small for playing grade school football, my coach realized this I believe in I sat on the bench. My mother always feared I would get seriously injured with regard to parents and kids now ultimately people need to make their own decisions about what to do with regard to their children playing football. If flag football is an option that would be great. I believe sooner than later American football, as we know it won't be as popular. Instead people will migrate to lesser injury prone sports that are also rewarding for fans parents schools and students John Durham Napa. Everybody's jumping on the football is dangerous bandwagon. This story is long winded bull all major sports have physical contact soft. Wimps are ruining this country and turning our men into soft little pansies look at the average something male today. Weak wimps worrying about the. Next superhero or Star Wars movie, all this coddling and winding is pathetic name withheld. I'm sixty eight I played for four years in high school and a year of college. I never finished a season mostly knee injuries. But I broke my thumb in college in a way that required surgery. I also boxed in college. I attended a forty Niners Cam for high school students where a very aggressive game of quote unquote, touch resulted in a hit that caused me to lose vision in one eye for a few plays naturally. I stayed in the game. So far it hasn't caught up to me. Anyway, I think one partial solution is to make all the pads and helmets soft on both the inside and the outside. Also, I think many knee injuries could be eliminated. If there were no cleats Leif ODA grin Petaluma step one change, the channel the rest of it really won't matter so much Greg Tolman, Berkeley Ulta. Emmett frisbee all quarterbacks. No, linebackers, spike. Connor Redwood City. It would be interesting to know, whether rugby has the same level of problems with brain trauma as football rugby players wear. No helmets or padding. And there are strict rules about tackling. I suspect that the protective gear in football increases the incidence of brain trauma because it allows players to hit each other harder. It doesn't take a direct head impact or cause a concussion. The sudden acceleration from a hard hit can do it. Even if there's no head contact in rugby players are less inclined to use their bodies as weapons when tackling because it could cause injury to the tacklers. It's counter intuitive, but reducing the amount of protective gear in football could make it a safer sport. The culture of the sport has to change to players coaches fans broadcasters and reporters have to stop seeing a disabling hit as a good thing. Ng? Jeff Lichtman Elsa. Reto? Bravo end. This disgusting sport. There's five thousand four hundred seventy two more peaceful ways for young people to quote, unquote, build character, Chris Moffet, San Ramon great articles on the game of football. If you get a chance read some of the books or articles on John gangly Ardy, the Saint John's university division three coach whose philosophy on the game of football was so different than any coach. I've known even in the fifties and sixties no tackling in practice. No practice longer than ninety minutes. Water breaks it Sarah his philosophy worked. He one more football games. Four hundred eighty nine than any coach in NC double A history along with four national championships. I played for John in the sixties on one of his championship teams. We never had anyone hurt in practice except the occasional ankle sprain. We had a few transfers from schools like. The university of Minnesota where Murray Warmoth coached with the philosophy of making the practices tougher than the games kind of survival of the fittest code that was not unusual at that time football needs to change again. Thanks for the great articles Terry Underwood, according Madera, here's a modest proposal. Make everyone eligible why linemen are ineligible for passes. Always been a mystery to me this is somewhat more radical than the eight ten offense. I think that's what it was called that. The Piedmont high coaches developed and was voted down by the NF s but it would keep the nature of the game intact while changing dramatically if everyone is eligible the game will spread out, and there will be more of a premium on speed and agility, then raw size, power football will make less sense and just as the three point line and the warriors style has pretty much removed the power game from basketball, especially at the lower levels. There will be a shift toward more scoring. And use of the whole field. It's not a complete or perfect solution. Of course. But it moves the game away from one on one contact and towards skill and speed clay Callum, walnut creek, the late US Senator, gene. Mccarthy democrat Minnesota had a great line. He said football is like politics, you have to be smart enough to understand the game and dumb enough to think it's important Eric mills Oakland, thanks to all of our readers who responded, interestingly, we didn't get much from people defending the sport as it stands. Maybe we're preaching to the choir here in the bay area. Maybe people are starting to see the truth.
"oda" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"But there are racist that nobody else in the world might care about all that much or don't necessarily affect the balance of power somewhere or something. But the I care really deeply about because these people are now, my friends, you know, or followed their campaign so closely, and so I think that's a not wholly good thing. In terms of how happy or upset we're going to be on election night. But it's a really interesting aspect of it now, and I feel like that's going to be true for a lot of people that there are particular races where they've sort of given their all to it. They've been out canvassing, and you know, for for a year now, and that's going be I-. Interesting thing for us to sort of all process, and I think no matter no matter what happens at any level in the matter who you what you care about your supporting they will be things. There's so many things that are so important not a Senate house, but there's a friend that are that that could be so important and impactful that that could be hard to have one mood on election night, 'cause they will be saying that go better awards than you know, the the the big picture banks even. Being twenty twelve like, no matter no matter what what happened top of the. They're always things done unbalanced. Like, I'm thinking of. Of two thousand eight where you know, the the the big symbolic huge Obama victory. But then also people Have also. you ever were probate path in in in pastoring in California? I remember that night because that because that call came out of later in the night, I think it was tight. I think when when the Alexa von prop eight was still hide, and then and then the kind of hard, you know, that the swings back and forth 'cause that was a big deal the ODA gay marriage of in California, which banned gay married forty years that so maybe that's a place to start sort of thinking through this election is sort of. I've been thinking about this time line thing that you know, from the time that some of the early east coast races start to get called to. I mean, California's sometimes take a week or two. And and that may very well be the case in some of the house seats, for instance, in in California, and Mississippi might very well might one of the Senate seats might go several weeks later, so you know, maybe we can sort of get down to the nitty gritty of things that that are interesting to look at. But how would you sort of make sense of election night in terms of what are the early indicators? You think we might have about kind of how the night is going go great great question. So the first base close our, Indiana and Kentucky close it. I believe at six pm would start living at six PM eastern time, which which is very early and that whole of conversation. That's why white would be early because a lot of people who are coming back from work might not be able to work to vote afterwards. But it does. So so so that that is the bad part? The good thing is that Jim. Indicator of what's going on Indiana, obviously has very important address. When comma democrat is is trying to is trying to win a second term, and and you should be and we should get results indication of how that's going within an hour and a half of the polls closing and one of the most important penetrates. Nothing will will have essential where that's going similar league Kentucky, the very important how how can Kentucky six district where we may also get fairly fairly quickly. I mean, the other thing that will come is Florida's very quick counting nowadays. So I think pull stark losing seven their eastern time for most of the state, and and and with it if they just dumped its voiding total. Our did so many ballots defend within twenty minutes, and then and then more and more club come in come slowly. So I think you know, I think I think and so much happening. I think as we all know. So I would say I would say that are going to be the indicators. But then right..
Pakistan parties vow to oppose Khan, say vote was 'rigged'
"Now dot org the Warren peace report I'm Amy Goodman federal officials say, seven hundred eleven immigrant children remain separated and in US custody after the Trump administration. A court imposed deadline to reunite all twenty five hundred families separated the US Mexico border government lawyers claim the seven. Hundred eleven children are not eligible for unification more than four hundred thirty of them have parents who've already been, deported, from the United States and response ACLU lawyer legal aren't said in a statement. Quote where thrilled for the families who are finally reunited but many more remain separated the Trump administration is trying to. Sweep them, under the rug by unilaterally picking and choosing who is eligible for, reunification he said, this comes amidst nationwide protests against Trump zero-tolerance immigration policies and Louisville Kentucky police arrested nine activists Thursday as they non Violently locked themselves, together, to block elevators inside an immigration court building in Washington DC scores of people. Led by children held a sit in protest against family separations and the Hart Senate office building the children wore t. Shirts emblazoned, with the phrase I am a child evoking the man protests led, by Dr Martin, Luther King junior fifteen years ago Elsewhere on Capitol Hill a, majority of House Democrats joined Republicans Thursday. To vote in favor of a massive seven hundred seventeen billion dollar military spending Bill the national defense authorization act the three hundred fifty. Nine to fifty four vote favors a. Bill that would deliver record military spending with seventy billion dollars for ungoing US wars and twenty two billion dollars for nuclear weapons programs including a. New submarine-launched low-yield nuclear missile the Bill now moves to the Senate which could vote on it as early as next week President Trump's former personal attorney and, fixer Michael, Collins prepared to tell special counsel Robert Muller Trump knew in advance about a meeting at Trump Tower in June of two thousand sixteen where Russians were offering dirt on Hillary Clinton the revelation first reported by CNN suggest Trump may have lied publicly when he, said he had no, knowledge of the meeting which was attended by his son Donald Trump junior his Son, in law Jared Kushner Paul Manafort his campaign manager and others along with Natalia veselnitskaya a Russian lawyer with ties to Russia's prosecutor-general meanwhile members of the right wing house freedom caucus backed off Thursday from their efforts to impeach deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein the top Justice, department official overseeing Robert Muller's investigation Republican. Congress member and freedom caucus chair Mark meadows says he will instead seek to charge Rosenstein with contempt of congress if he doesn't turn. Over documents meadows seeking Rosenstein has said. The documents contain personal data information about intelligence sources and other sensitive information the impeachment effort came over the objections of Republican House speaker Paul Ryan. As well as attorney general Jeff Sessions who said Thursday he backed the Justice Department's number two official Ma deafening rod Rosenstein is highly capable I have the, highest confidence, in him In Pakistan former cricket star turned politician Imran Khan has declared victory in. Wednesday's, national. Election head of a final tally expected to confirm Khan's PTI party won the largest share of open seats. In parliament cons victory came as his, rivals alleged massive vote rigging charging that Pakistan's powerful military cited unfairly. With Hans campaign and victory address from MRs Slama about home Khan said, the election had been fair and. Historic onto believe this was Pakistan's most transparent election and I believe Pakistanis have. Never participated in an election the, way they did today whatever the positions has about rigging we're willing to investigate it with them Imran. Khan promise as prime minister he'll stamp out government corruption while. Working, to uplift poor Pakistanis and he promised to improve relations with, China and the United States cons PTI party fell short. Of an outright majority meaning. Connell need the support of at least One rival party in order to form a. Coalition government, in the Gaza. Strip Palestinians have called for renewed protests against Israel's. Stifling blockade of the basij territory Friday's plan protests. Followed the deaths of three Palestinians and one Israeli soldier Wednesday. After Israeli snipers massacred one hundred twenty four Palestinians while wounding some fourteen thousand others after the nonviolent great March of return protests began in Gaza on March. Thirtieth Meanwhile Israel is preparing to release seventeen year old Palestinian. Prisoner ahead Tamimi to family on Sunday as she completes an eight month prison sentence to. Me became a hero to, Palestinians after viral video showed her. Slopping soldier nearer family's home in the. Occupied West Bank the incident came, just after to me learned her cousin had been gravely wounded, by necessarily soldier who shot him in the head using a rubber. Coated. Steel bullet to east case drew international attention on Thursday visiting artists completed a massive mural Paying tribute to me on the Palestinian side of the West Bank separation barrier in, Bethlehem this is Palestinian activists ODA If you will Linnea what little today, as the Palestinians, prepare PayPal nationally officially for the release of the heroic child, ahead to Mimi we're surprised by those three people who came from all over the world to pin the photo of.
Cape Canaveral, Senate and Dr Hanson discussed on Mark Levin
"Robot with artificial intelligence is part of space xs latest delivery to the international space station lift set for early tomorrow from cape canaveral california lawmakers moving fast on a ban on taxes on so oda a bill moves through both the california state senate and the assembly and was signed by the governor all in three days how while the beverage industry got enough signatures to get a measure on the ballot that would make it a lot harder for city and county governments to pass tax increases the measure would have required a twothirds majority to pass taxes rather than a simple majority this was the beverage industry's answer to increase taxes on sugary drinks like soda the california lawmaker solution than tax increases on all groceries including soda for twelve years there now hoping the beverage industry will kindly remove their ballot measure jessica rosenthal fox news deadliest catch dr hanson sentenced to a probation for spitting on an uber driver last year in seattle times reports the fifty two year old was given a deferred sentence order to undergo alcohol treatment and put on a year of probation lisa lacerra fox news radio some it'd upper nineties getting close to record high temperatures were the upcoming weekend here in baltimore we've got near record high temps for saturday sunday and monday and building heat to kick off you is well all across the central and eastern half of the nation are temperatures tonight warm at seventy degrees clear sky sunny hot ninety one degrees friday afternoon mid and upper nineties saturday and sunday i'm scott lawrimore.
"oda" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Froze oda have keys that's not only reason that he wasn't able to say but i was just like man bob you like that and you know and like you know this is the incredible so they incredibly white day could take care of shit right yeah you know but now they sit back and just like all right you know i'm tired oh honey don't be that way yeah and you must oh vegetables yeah go eat them to god it really is like that you know dad like this i should throat and your day to tell what somebody incredible little last child protective services luck you up you better hope i never get out know we always have a chance to break it out about this but but you know yeah this is to me is a notch below the first film and you know something even if it's a notch below the first film it's still fucking amazing i love this martin this way i'm gonna be the diesel walking i thought it was real good but i couldn't fall in love with it i am in love with this movie i you know what i look i see i see tomorrow thank about this i wrote this hour and everything i have to say about this movie sober so i know when i'm talking about tomorrow no man let me tell you why i love this movie right here you know what's so much so much so that there's so many things in this movie that i am in love with that it makes up for a week of villain.
"oda" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"To fight for it all and willing to do with march in the streets for it and if necessary die for it how how can any selfrespecting black woman say that how could she compare the plight of the african americans in this country to these kids trying to bring a bud gun control bail you talking about where this civil rights people we are this civil rights movement they're the ones try and take our civil rights from us are you kidding me we are the civil rights movement right now trying desperately to hang on to our civil rights and our constitutional rights give me that i how can you possibly stop it stop it we're trying to compare the civil rights movement to people trying didn't take rights from us stop it tripoli nine hundred thirty three 93 kauai just drive me out of my mind the just the buffoonery that's being spread on during this discussion is almost too much to take let me tell you about a new weight loss product that's be quickly becoming a really big part of the blaze family we all know diet and exercise the earth basic formula right if you want to lose weight eat lesson exercise but there is a really great safe natural fda 'knowledge knowledged dietary supplement called reuse own that can really support your healthy weight loss right now it was launched by a local company who just took the good stuff out of olive oil and created a patented product containing oda maybe you've heard about oh yeah it's it's shown to boost metabolism and reduce your appetite and that's it also helps you burn fat so with proper nutrition and exercise reuse own we'll help you lose weight and maybe even more importantly help you keep it off.
"oda" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"To be a fortnight against mary oda you can't you can't recklessly rush someone like marcus mariel date and allow him to step up in the pocket and extend plays in scramble you cannot get behind the quarterback um you know you play to get the pocket guy sometimes you can climb behind him an instant in in climb back in the pocket of get pressure on on but you know tonight against married mariel you can't do that so i think james harrison brings that that dynamic in that pass rush literally ability but but the knowledge to do so what have you seen from marcus mary audit because i think a lot of people have looked at this is a little bit of a step back season for me dealt with some injuries he had the hamstring but he was fantastic in the second half against the kansas city chiefs and i think showed euwide people look at him as a guy that eventually could develop into one of those elite quarterbacks y'all wouldn't go so far to say regressed the injuries obviously make it difficult for some of the progress of their in their uh their ability and in early in their career so here the deal with a hamstring injuries back from that look he looks good i mean you saw last week how he ran around a ablaze put balls were neither be and was smart about doing so when it i think he's he's one of those guys i think in four or five years were looking at is one of the top quarterbacks in this week so i think the jury may still be out on maryoto because he's through these young but the ceiling is very very high in ethic tennessee's lucky to have them when you watch him as he a guy 'cause they're not gonna i'm coming out with was coming out of that oregon it's hack and that that was not something that was really analogous to an nfl offense of what he was going to be asked to do with a quarterback position in terms of reading defenses were you see him have to sit.
"oda" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Wrong play at the wrong time over and over again and his job performance this year make as coach fired honestly dirk cutter gets legco yet because he's teamed they while but also because he came in as the head coach and got the job from all of these smith because he was supposed to be the guy to get winston totally level and that cruelly has that happened and then you have august marietta and against the good news for the in mary oda is that they're one would away from the postseason tennessee beans jacksonville on sunday you know there can be a positive initiate for marietta yeah his numbers ward that good yeah he had a lot of terrible games but at the end of the day he got the titans to where they need to be which is january football now anybody who has watched tennessee poor this year all you supremely confident that tightens even other at home i'm going to find a way to beat a jaguar team that is going to play their starters that i think is going to be into it in week number seventeen now you have zero confidence that tennessee is going to play well escape yes zero conference that mary oda is going to play well in this game all three event a rough 27th but moving forward 2018 next year if you had to take a bed right now wherever i gave yeltsin i said look poison wage or what may you could have any of these three quarterbacks next year who do you trust the most the bounce back and have a big year winston core or marietta to me is derek hough now i know their core got paid a ton of money and a the raiders or right up there not quite giant bed not quite bucket dear bad bouyed during the top three of disappointments atop the national football you 27th date absolutely positively but i do think would car he.
"oda" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"I cannot tell you how much her characters different for your how she is in the book it was so i was waiting for her to say something witty and weird and free people out there sh i feel like the character would have been so much better if she was talking in metaphors and that's why po'd in lighter it's like what are you fucking talking about crazy lady we're about to fucking die but you know whatever and then we go back to ought to yoda puppy oda puppy yoda this italy's hal people who said that it was looking to the host people who said it was fan service i cannot disagree more with that yoda needed to be in the scene these are the two masters that the jet i have failed under their watch really it's so similar what happened with ben and luke to what happened with yoda an arrogant the geno ordered hailing yes moving back of somewhere the same i mean i'm not saying it's not a hundred percent fence eva's is the some elements of it it's not hundreds i needed by i saw fucking love it's fucking yoda i hillary was needed though aid we needed this i felt like luke needed that push of your check lue because the jet i have stood for thousands of years in hard decision to make on your own two and every year and a half and and have yoder's approvals kind of like okay her her destroys it with the lightning even olry bogey those books aerial who pageturners they were not did you read those books sifted through as of skimming the bait his lightning strike yoder's really brings up the question of how much can you really do after you're dead as a jet i i think it's because it was the first jet i temple and it was so.
"oda" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"We we have to say it but the melon with the bank in a box who basically thanks to chris oda uh over transactions uh it could basically do any kind of financial transaction right like writing checks uh regular bill pay uh you could even do smart contracts you could issue stock you can do all sorts stuff and it's really incredible end up in not they chris owed him slowly one involved and obviously the whole team has been incredible very talented very competent team uh creating this and the the box runs uh through tore and the torn at work and uh uh now horsely just released the wallet before it and so i can i want to set this up for you guys uh the wallet to the general public benson bank they have the wall at already but our are those who have the node oh that's right ri for the general public and that's that you don't need the notice early for the wallet it stands a standalone wallet app if you want it does bitcoin bitcoin hor bitcoin of our big wanted quick cash in the twotest nets for those and what china sets it apart no have you guys going to get into this uh from other wallets is a lot of other wallets have uh serious issues or maybe not walls per se but there's issues that people with cryptocurrency run into a lot of times are electric privacy because people can analyze the block chain to determined transactions in use madonna to than connected to people potentially uh there is a really big learning curve even with some of the best wallets out there uh the i mean you know and i'm not i'm not the smartest on at the most tech savvy but i've been doing this myself for a while and there are some really good wallets that it still takes like you know a little begin a used to enforce her do people to the fear of cryptocurrency helped him recover his is for his beeper is the true don't asked about the beeper uh the learning curve um and then of course there is still huge reliance.
"oda" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"That'd be a stat of the day right there seed o'connor a day mob boss dead of the delays that day your gums that what statham bob governmental tire stat of the day one shot at the wire could mean everything in college basketball one missed free throw can lead to tears while one block shot can lead to cheers it's all about the passion continental tire understands that the oda basketball you can see mine the buzzerbeating shot i made on the second attempt continental tire commercial shoot but that didn't get replayed like a thousand million times did it and i get people saying is that trick photography i'm like no i was the third shot i took where i threw it over my shoulder and made it visit continental tyres youtube page to see my incredible buzzer beating shown couple of phone calls and will bring back with new highs will said last hour let me go to a greg in texas greg thanks for holding what he you have for me this morning hey dan 511 five hey my uh i got i got a best in our best your uh the best is offering speed down georgia um i was at the game and it was absolutely the loudest crowd that are hurt cinch the kick 6 of alabama and in 2013 and my best or is just a set up that both auburn in alabama now control their own faith and um do you need to take direct purpose no.
"oda" Discussed on OMG Books with William Oday
"This is the omg book show with william oda episode number one welcome to the lng books yo sullivan taking you to the braves of fantastic authors no scalpels s required it's more than an interview experience in now your host william oda hello everybody you're welcome to the show this is your host william o'day and i wanted to just say thank you thank you for joining me on this the inaugural episode episode number one it's going to be way better than the phantom menace i promise you and if you don't know what that is trust me you got lucky so this being the first episode of the omg book show you're probably wondering like what is this whole thing about what's going to happen in this year in chile lauda that i'm about to experience well the idea behind the show is i wanted to bring people closer to the authors that right books that make us has readers think essay or shout like oh m g this is amazing this just blew my mind and omg could mean a lot of different things that a lot of different context you know it's in some cases it can change your life and we're actually here a little bit about that today with our first guest it's just a great writing feels like magic and on this show we're going to get a chance to meet the magicians so each guest will be on about thirty minutes and during these interviews there will be moments where we get serious and other moments where we get silly and we're going to figure out what makes these authors tick and what makes their amazing stories talk to readers just like you and i speaking of the silly moments we're going to have a segment on each and every show called the roar shack round when you hear this music.
"oda" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"You know i know you coach to oda abhu she genuine you know him and we had him on our show this week he's incredibly shark tank quick witted and verbal and it reminded me of this calming effect that he had on jermaine of fatty when i was a rookie and i got a chance to get on the field guys like paul or keith butler who was a linebacker that i play next two now the coordinator for pittsburgh just the things they said to me and to you know hey just watch out for this just relax you know those kinds of things really helps and i think from what i understand abhu she had that calming effect on dramane of fatty acid and brit really who is in his fourth year so i really thought that was valuable and that's sometimes that just something that gets said like let's get some better leadership in there and you know will just make everything better and sometimes it does sometimes it doesn't but you know i think that at least you're going to get that sort of calming effect of you know your assignment just relax and go and play football isn't it believes paul still have that effect today well broadcast jordan gets to hyped boy paul just brings him down get some gets admitted zone appreciate that about you pa that's i'm here for you guys and a lot at lot of different ways maybe i shouldn't imagine paul now you got call paul today earlier so i i submitted congratulated me on my daughter's wedding coming up soon to be wedding i've never pay for dave paul's back account no i i'll say something about this.
"oda" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"At the emergence of of mary oda derek car um you know you may have a little better quarterback play of the afc ari conference championship games what are you see in the coffers championships i i like the uh the packers and the falcons to square off uh and and and i i leaned towards the falcons just because i think they're so talented and then i look at the afc and that's an easy one for me i just i believe the two best teams at the patriots and the steelers and and i just don't see anybody beating the patriots hub thanks very much for taking time out with this we really appreciate it when i to me and i look forward to visiting in person again real and wills your from hop on westwood one on the packers radio network pregame shown touch face during the regular season in this program if we could coax them come back again folks packers training camp gets underway this week kicking off with morning practices on thursday the 27th july 28th aim the 29th all those practices started eight fifteen to the morning of the rain each keith y'all in green bay the first full week of training camp begins monday the 31st after an off day on sunday and monday the 31st at 815 tuesday the first at the same time followed by an off day on wednesday the club gets back to work at 615 pm meeting practices on the third and fourth culminating with the family night practice at 620 fiving lambeau field by the way uh family night to be seen around the state of the packers television networks anchored by wtmj channel four in milwaukee and channel 26 in green bay well that'll do it for this week's episode of the play by play with wayne lehrer the if you'd like to reach just head on over to facebookcom 620 wtmj post your comments we might read them on next week's podcast again special thanks to hobart is pro football we sleep in our producers dan shetik nj sorts coming up next week we'll check in with you from packers.
"oda" Discussed on The Maximum Impact Podcast
"Incredibly good speakers in you it's so much a tumbling me tell you get you get the ruc last speaker on negotiations or on culture or on planning man and it's very humbling see wild that yes that makes sense that guy you know sold a million copies that book that is what we should do it that's gonna take as well to do that and and then be able to chew off a piece in and do it i think it's a good exercise received to go see oda go through kind of no we're not doing the best thing um but here's some improvements we can do so i highly recommend there's a you why there's the young entrepreneurs there's innovators innovators alliance there's all kinds of the heavy recommends him you'd be part of agreed owes another one yet entrepreneurs organization so i highly recommend it they all have a different bent see kinda tech envisages kinda like university for ceos it's pretty hard coroner's what they have to do some of them are more networking but either way being part of that group i think significantly increase your now do you have your your own individual coach or the dc is you're coaching environment so part of the larger group is that you do get a a one on one coach as well um but i'd bring in experts when need be too and this is your the it is a fine line between a network of people you can call them at advise you once in a while and you should have that and then people you bring in for a while so if you're going to completely redo year your model for people you know bring in somebody it's a it's going to help you with ads county coach you how to do and deployed.