24 Burst results for "Occas"

"occas" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

04:11 min | 10 months ago

"occas" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"The minecraft wicky has a really useful breakdown of way. You can find these. Now that people have had a chance to deep dive. The snap shot and figure out where some of the tracks play So stand toll is specific to mountain bohm's especially the higher areas you can find it. Playing in snowy slopes jagged peaks frozen peaks in stony peaks left to bloom plays in meadows and lush caves as well as on the menu screen. One more day plays in meadows the menu screen and some of the other Mountainous by oems wending plays in groves. Jagged peaks stony peaks and dripstone caves and infinite amethyst plays in grove and dripstone caves as well as on the menu. mankini occas tracks play in the jagged peaks and lush cave volumes the grove bio and the snowy slopes dripstone caves and lush. Kate so it seems like there is a selection of tracks that overlap with each of these if you drew them as ven diagram that be a lot of kind of overlapping areas And so it's good that they do have a bit of a range going on there and the each of these volumes can have a certain theme feeling about it so you can imagine walking into a mountain hearing the track that you've heard before and it starts to create that kind of like filmmakers association like this is the leitmotif for jagged peaks or whatever but i agree it would be kind of nice to have an option to enable disabled anywhere and have some kind of like you know permanently scrolling playlist of them but then again that's a good excuse to listen to the soundtrack in the places that you can And and listen to it in the background. I used to play with the minecraft santrac just playing in a media player in the background. So that you heard the entire soundtrack from start to finish Before i switched to other music apps to to stream too but Like you i didn't play with music on a great deal so the music doesn't happen to me as spontaneously as it. Does the average minecraft play who leaves. The music turned up. It would be neat if there was like a data. Pack or a ahmad. That would do that if anybody knows of when let us know sponge mail at gmail.com. I'm cool with wanting nether stuff to stay in. The nether not necessarily want creepy music while walking through sunflower meadow. You know our planes. But but i feel like Having a little bit more control over that in game mostly. Because i mean from what. I've heard it's also good and i'd like to hear more of it..

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"occas" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

05:29 min | 10 months ago

"occas" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"My guest. Today is danielle brown. Danny is the senior vice president and chief information officer of whirlpool a role. She took on roughly a year ago in her role. She's breathing life into all the major strategic imperatives of the company while modernizing the way in which the it works. he's also female executive of color. And i look forward to getting her perspective. On her rise to her post she's also a board level cio. And i look forward to hearing from her about the pathway she took to this exclusive group of cio who joined boards along with suggestions she might offer to others who would wish to follow her lead but first a word from our partner transmit security in the company's co founder and president rotational car transmit security is cybersecurity organization that focuses on identity experience and his enabling secure password list future. The also recently received the highest series Venture capital investment in history for a cybersecurity company at evaluation of two point two billion dollars or occas- wanted to share a couple of recommendations for technology and digital executives on how to improve a company's cybersecurity infrastructure. Thank you so much peter i. I strongly recommend to take part of their budget and dedicated to really innovative companies. It has to be built into the budgets upfront so that it serves a forcing function to really look for new technologies. The the second recommendation is outside of kennedy. They're two very interesting. Classes of security technologies that are emerging. The first one is improving the quality of code to make sure that your developers are not introducing software vulnerabilities. The second is cloud security. I think we're in the first inning of hundreds of companies. That'll be created offering really innovative ways of securing the multitude of problems. The cloud environments. I just wanna leave your audience with this elastic. Every single time. They have to enter their password. Change their password. Can't remember their password or any other problems. Please remember transmit security and now onto the interview. Then you brown welcomed reactivation. It's wonderful to speak with you today. Thank you peter. Thanks for having me. It's a pleasure danny I thought we would begin with your role. You are the chief information officer whirlpool. Maybe you get a quick moment in provide a bit of background. As to your purview. As chief information officer sure would love to do always like to start with the bigger picture though if you will as so for me here ropel in for all of us at whirlpool on our north. Northstar what we start with. includes our strategic imperatives for our company in those strategic imperatives include delivering product leadership. We are known as it innovation company and under product leadership that includes delivering modern technology. That supports things.

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"occas" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"occas" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

"He's going. I oh help me on my house. Are you still using condoms. Well i mean. I don't even know why we do because we haven't before we have and then you know just depends on. I don't know. I just one. I don't know what does your husband fund the condom. Oh my god. He doesn't live here and i don't have that kind of a marriage with him either. We're just on paper you by with his wife. The neighbor's wife. I tried but she's She's just accepting she won't she's unfriendly. Hopefully i try to play it off. Like it's you know the right way. I would never want to call the problem in anybody's life. Your relationship either has a problem. You stay away from doing that. Which i hate neighbors like you story. You'd understand goodness fascinating. There's a house ridiculous. What i'll tell you something. John i live far for. You no believe me. I have so much respect for blake. No move next door. do we have neighbors too much. All right thank you. God bless you thank majett good morning. You're on the air. You have dirty little secret. Walk air for the past ten years. I have been sleeping with married men at work. Why why. I don't know a almost like i can't stop. Do you specifically target married men. And how does it all go down. No no i don't target them I work in an industry. that's almost. It's predominantly men and sometimes there's three three ladies in the building at the most and I just make friends with them. You know just like. I make friends with everybody and then it just needs to sex. Do you think that they know like they had like talk about it within each other. Like all the guys it. It hasn't been all at the same place. I've worked three or four different places and it's just been but it's like an ongoing thing with me. How did it start where you you cross that line with the mary person. Well the first time we We were flirty at work. They did kind of see that coming and then he asked me to go out for drinks after work. And that's when it started okay so when you say you sleep with married men at work are you doing it. It's strictly a sexual thing like you're at the office and you guys do at a cubicle. Or do you go to his house. You go to your house were hot as well I had one The first person that i did it with me we would just do it in in the car at a park. Very dangerous but Since i got divorced it's been at at my house. Usually and how many married men would you say you looked up in five different men and the married men. Don't talk to each other. Like i know you said you moved around. So they don't know so you don't have that you don't have a boyfriend Not really i have. I do have a single man that i hang out with and sleep with. Don't know have you ever. Have you ever slept with more than one. Married man in the same day Nobo- over the week like one on a friday and one on a saturday. Did this start happening after your divorce. Right before i left my husband though i was i was still married when it first started happening. Cheat on you yet. We had at the end of our relationship. We had like an open relationship so we were both sleeping with other people feel bad for the the wives or spouses of life One of them actually the guy i'm currently sleeping with. I do feel bad everybody else. No welcome yeah. Why why this. One wife occas. He has young children. So it's more like it's family. I guess 'cause i feel i feel bad about that. The wife's confronted you. None none only one do. I know like found out something. But and they and that's when we ended in of course but she didn't know like who i was. She just knew that her husband was cheating on her. Something that the men were there with you. Are they doing something that they own do at home. Is it like freaky biggie. Or is it just normal mellow The one whose wife found out. I know for a fact that it was. We were doing things that his wife would not do. She was just missionary but Assume you over. But i think they're not getting anything at all at least that's what they tell me. I'm sure their life interesting by magic as she sent me a dmz. Because here's my dirty little secret. She was like i sleep with married men and then when when people. Dm either secrets. I i asked for the number to get him on the air. So i'm like what your number and she's like what did you. What did you say your number. You're like hey no no come on the air work together thing magic. Do you ever worry that. Like there's going to be some sort of karma that comes back to you or is it just kind of like a yellow thing Sometimes i do. I do worry about it but mostly it's kinda yellow thing but they've all been like it's not like a one time thing either Probably the shortest relationship of that with all of them has been like four months. So when you guys are done hooking up after the sex does he just get up and go or is it like hang out. Cuddle watch tv. Have dinner or like boom. It's sex gotta go back to my family see later. Most of them have been has been that one. I would have come over like right. We both work early in the morning so we would come over really early and do it before work and then we just go to work both of us cheese. Immediate no nap. Imagine thank you for sharing your little secret with us. Your incredible all right thanks. We don't judge here enter secrets. I have a great day..

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The Kids Will Have Their Say in New Podcast

HowSound

02:00 min | 1 year ago

The Kids Will Have Their Say in New Podcast

"Sherri occa- is a reporter at the cbc and canada. She created and produces mic drop. It's a podcast that was recently nominated for a peabody award mic drop features first person stories from young people. It's not from a point of view of explaining to grownups. It's just a point of view of expressing my story. My reality my world. It's not answering an adult's questions. This is my job i. It's about us stories in what we've been through still going through without any adult interruptions as lake. Fools drop in five core three to drop the mic. I've never held mike before and this feels good. Actually that's how each episode of mic drp opens about three dozen teens and tweens have told stories on the show since it started in two thousand eighteen mostly kids from canada but some from the us as well. This is a short clip from talia story. People draw swastikas on everything on my desk. My books on like someone drew on a test. When i was like looking at juwan tesla had test in and the teacher was like what is this and i was disaster. I do find that swastikas just literally the halls school. It's a real issue. When i see all these things. It's really discouraging. Because you know it's definitely creating an atmosphere at the school that As makes it clear that it's not a place for everyone and that's not a message that i know. The school wants to enforce or that many individuals in school went to enforce but it is kind of the culture that's been created and it's very difficult to have to get up and go five days a week to a place where you know. A lot of them really actually hate you.

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Could Dirt Save the Planet?

Short Wave

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Could Dirt Save the Planet?

"I'm only here with npr. Climate correspondent lawrence summer. Hey lauren hey there so you have a scoop on a job opportunity. Yeah i do. It's a job in a growing field it deals with a hot commodity occa- and you know there's some opportunity there. I met someone with this job. His name is padma pelly and he's a dirt broker. Oh what a dirt broker. But he's not a fan of that title just to be clear. I hate that name. I'll be honest with you. Dirt has that negative connotation you know you gotta go wash up rate so dirt That's what you got for us today. Yeah his actual title. Though is land use manager works for granite rock which is a construction materials company but his job is really important because of climate change and right now he gets a lot of phone calls about dirt. Okay but from who exactly like who needs dirt so badly well where i met him is a good example of that On the shores of san francisco bay in the east bay and was on top of an earthen levee so basically a big pile of dirt that separates the water from the land but it was in rough shape. It's very much lower than it should be right now and very much narrower than it should be right now. Yeah that sounds bad. I mean levies are what prevent flooding and protect people and homes. Yeah exactly so. Pat helps get the dirt there to build up the levees and this area needs a lot around one hundred thousand dump trucks full. Well that's a lot. Yeah so he finds the people who wanted to get rid of dirt like construction projects that maybe you're digging out underground parking garage and he connects them with restoration projects that need it and there's more demand than he can handle right now because the oceans are rising with climate change and coastal cities are scrambling to defend themselves. Whether it's you know building levees or restoring marshes and for that. They need dirt and

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Chantea McIntyre Tells Her Most Mortifying Basketball Moment

Fancy Free Podcast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Chantea McIntyre Tells Her Most Mortifying Basketball Moment

"Sean shontae. Thank you so much for being with me today. I think a mean inviting. Meteors face absolutely will fill in the blanks. What did i miss about who you are and what you do. I guess an important context part hoyas. I played basketball from sixth grade through college. Oh wow it don't really play much anymore. I played division. One basketball decided not to go any further. But i think that that is an important part of the essence who. Am part of why. I can stay so motivated and persevered through things. I don't like to do you learn delay. Gratification ended i and pain tolerance and all the thing. I was a gymnast not in college. But all through high school in blow. And i hear ya yes yes and then were infertility warriors. We've got four children but we struggle with infertility and so after. The first baby adopted a son because he really wanted a large family. I really wanted a large family and battle with infertility for four years before we were blessed with two more miracle babies and so i'm a mom of four also. That is awesome. And how old are your kids now. My kids are eleven eight soon to be six and soon to be four. Oh my gosh. Wow yes oh. My kids are teenagers. I have two teenage girls. So i'm in a different wild and crazy stayed past the them needing me every moment rate rate which the how often not moment. It's going to be here shortly. So if you hear any of her angels in the background just be cool neck natural listeners. White knight occa- so i have been following you for i think about a year. Maybe a little more than that and i understand that you recently quit your day job to focus solely on your modeling career. Can you tell about that. I did really. I didn't. I didn't quit it to become a model. I quit my job. Because i wanted to be a stay at home. Mom awesome but coming from corporate america and having a steady paycheck. That really freaked me out. And so i worked a lot to get some supplemental income somewhere and so modeling was something i did before children and so i just three signed with my previous agency before children so that at least i could say i had a job.

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Brett Terpstra's New Robe

Mac Power Users

07:10 min | 2 years ago

Brett Terpstra's New Robe

"Everyone. This is David sparks. Joined by my fellow co-hosts, Mr Even Occa- Steven. How are you today I'm good David. How're you? Doing very well, we have a guest today. It's a guy you've never heard of we've never had him on the power users before. Kidding Bread Terpstra welcome to the MAC packagers. It's an honor to be here. As always you may be the most frequent guests I think we need to have a system we need like make a sweater or maybe a bathrobe for you. Logo on the five five timers club. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. What would you be Terry cloth guy or would you want like some other fabric Terry cloth all the way. I am not a Silk Road kind of guy. I could see. I. Think. You would look pretty good in a silk robe only when I'm boxing. Maybe in, you need a type. Guys. ARE USERS Read Terpstra is one of my favorite nerds and yours he has all sorts of cool ideas and it's always fun having him on the show and I realize it's been too long. So you're here today Brett before we get started just a couple announcements sign up for the MP newsletter game. We put the the link in the show notes and then you get the show notes and a little bit of extra stuff thrown at you every Sunday. When we release. you can go over to the forums at talked backpackers dot com. and. Announce -ment. I'm doing a free keyboard Maestro Wepener I've been thinking about doing this part of these field guides for a long time. I finally got the system set up to do it. it's going to be free to everybody. You don't have to be a field guide customer and It's going to be a lot of fun. I'M GONNA talk about context base control of Mac Keyboard Maestro. I've got this really cool thing I've been doing lately based on whether I'm working on legal or Mex- sparky or whatever, and the tools I need just pop up in it makes working really fast and I'm going to share all that magic through Keyboard Maestro I'm GonNa have a special guest or to Rosemary Orchard already in and it's open to everyone free on August twenty seventh at ten am Pacific. If you're interested go to Mex- BARCA DOT COM to sign up. That was a pretty compressed little bit there. Don't you think Stephen? Yeah it was great. That was the elevator pitch like now we're on Iran or and breath waiting for us here. Yeah, and Brett is sitting right here saying, Hey, guys what the heck am under show. I'm good. You know we haven't talked to you about long time is I don't even know what hardware using these days I mean a still using that. So rocking that Atari. Se. No. I was part of a startup that went sideways. But as a result I got myself a new well new ISH sixteen fifteen. Oh, what year. No mine's a fifteen inch. I got this like a month before the sixteenth in was announced. So I still have a butterfly keyboard. That's awesome. But I use it mostly with my my ultimate hacking keyboard anyways. So. I do hate the keyboard I will say when I have to use it as a laptop I do hate the keyboard, but I do and this is an unpopular opinion but I love the touch bar. Yeah. Why I have a lot of fun with the touch bar I have it programmed so that when I'm in the shell when I cd into a directory, it checks for one of 'em. I've I have a thing called. How's it? Which is basically Make files for task runners. And so when I see the into directory figures out what tasks I have that I can run and gives me buttons for them and the Toolbar. The touch bar. And I find it just really handy. I never have to try to remember do I have this setup with Gulp or grunt or maker Rake I just have buttons that pop up for me. It's awesome. Now are you customizing touch bar with better touch tool or did you do something else? So okay. So the the customization I just described was all done through. I. Term. Which has escape code you can send to modify the touch bar, but I do also use. Better touched tool and have you seen what's it called Golden? Do. You know what I'm talking about. There's some guy did a better touch tool preset that has like every possible option for the touch bar. It was too much for me like I wanted more control. And fewer things golden chaos I think is. It's amazing. I. Mean There's No way you can look at it. Not Think it's amazing and if you haven't already customize your touch bar I I would recommend giving that a shot if you have your own customers though. It will overwrite what you have. So sure. Yeah, and it's really not that hard. If you got better touch tool, which I believe is part of set up now. So if you've got to set out subscription, you can download that one or just by the APP the also if you have a setup subscription, make sure you're running the setup version so that developer gets his due for all the Times you use his at and then if you have setup, you should also download marked to and just leave it running in the background twenty, four seven. I was only get you in trouble but. You could do that. That's all insane. But but better touch tool is an APP that you know started out and we talked about on this show often, but it started out to re map things you can do with the the the track pad, but then it's like Magic Melissa Apple, TV remote they just went crazy and and he but giving you the ability to to remapping the touch bar I think is something that for all the people that are cranky about the touch bar, my question always them have you tried customizing it to your own needs what about you even have you done yet stuff with the touch bar on your laptop? No just because it's such a secondary system for me I mean I have better touch tool doing a couple of simple things but I haven't really gone. Full bore with it if I had a this is of course had for Brett is something that you would use more if he could use it again if you had A. Touch bar for a desktop machine or you could have you know somehow with your keyboard, you normally use like do you feel? Handcuffed a little bit. It's only available to you in these circumstances. Yes. Because like I said, I'm primarily my laptops on a stand and I'm using my. Ultimate. Hacking keyboard. So when I wanNA use those cool buttons I programmed after reach over. To the touch bar and I would absolutely love to have a a touch bar An external touch bar I guess that could be closer to my keyboard although it does keep my if I sit too long my shoulders get really tight. So this constant like reaching over actually keeps my arms limits probably good for my health but yeah, I I would love an external touch bar.

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Andr Leon Talley on 'The Chiffon Trenches'

The Book Review

03:20 min | 2 years ago

Andr Leon Talley on 'The Chiffon Trenches'

"When I wrote this I my first book was basically a Beautiful Ahmad to those two ladies, and then I, did cover some of the things about upgrade my background, but I do not go into the depths of what I have gone into this you find trenches initial find trenches in his epistle of love to the important narrative of my life getting. Under upbringing North Carolina all the way to twenty twenty. I go to the decades of when I was at the top of my career vote. In sitting in the front row in. Daily experiencing racism, sexism ageism, all of that and I decided to I had to be very very raw, an honest within a degree, and I told the truth about many things that I never spoken before one being my sexual abuse in childhood. Then I told things that had never been told before about how I experienced racism in the world of fashion. As the there are two different books. occas of sort of a a jewel of book and I'm very proud that I is well because. Of How these two women shaped my life, and became very important factors in my life how they overlaps, it's women, one of African American domestic made for fifty years of her life at Duke University, the other woman a mentor. Editor. Chief evoke in the sixties, and then she went onto the museum. The Metropolitan. When she created the modern fashion exhibit is thanks to her that people now have major fashion exhibits in museums globally. There's not one that has not been influenced by the work of the. So, is there a point in that seventeen year interim between these two books where you thought to yourself, you know I've left something out, or I need to go back and tell a fuller story now. That was never a point like I always just say I had an uncle, said just keep getting up everyday. Just keep getting so I never thought about it in seventy years. I've gotTA write my second memoir. My Document Jerry came out in twenty eighteen the Gospel according to Andrei benefits by the second memoir, because the response of people the outpouring of love. From that documentary was so beautiful. The response I got from People Street. Some people would see the film in the audiences. Remarkable so wonderful, and he gave me the confidence to write the Second Watch. The second while was born from the document. Jerry and I saw the duck return. I loved it by the way I loved what Kate Novak did what we did as collaborators, and then I decided well I. Think I. should not my memoir a second I only. But it never headed for seventeen years I left out. I never thought that I was GONNA. Write another one. My agent David Vigilante took me around, and it'd be had meetings with different companies, different companies, and we got to Pat Buchanan at Random House, and that was one on Friday and Saturday what he called me and he said. Random House is ready to preempt all offers an idea and said well I'm GonNa do it I did it and I have never looked back

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"occas" Discussed on LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"occas" Discussed on LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

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Spectral Love and De Nile

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

08:54 min | 2 years ago

Spectral Love and De Nile

"Won't be as people leave or skeptic podcast a podcast RETU- idiots debate. We're phenomena I'm Chris. I'm the believer. I'm I'm the skeptic and if this is your first time let's see tests where an Algebra q? Paranormal comedy podcasts. And this is a full episodes and this is the first time listening. Are We pick a topic already? And we're GONNA share some really fun history and information in stories and then I talk about why people don't believe or ID bunket and he talks about why people do and this topic is going to be kind of all over the place. Yeah well it's while actually. This is being recorded before Valentine's Day but it will come out after all times day but just soon after. I like the Monday after. Yeah so that'll be fine so first year. We did a valid special APHRODISIACS than last year. We did it crimes of the heart of the heart and I totally forgot about that and they still hate Valentine's because guess who's alone again this year. Some you know what I mean I. I'll see your cat would totally does it. He so loving. He can't give me a the had taken me on a day. You don't know anyways. We decided on an episode about go for it. Because you don't know how I don't I don't because to me. It's really close to aphrodisiacs. Not really because I'm talking about different things because me too. I mean it's dedicated to love about fertility and different aspects and it was kind of like love objects like a pair of marrying object started altered the yeah but we both kind of diverged bid and mine is technically true. It's a paranormal love object. You'll see I know. They're not paranormal. But they're both true are they okay. Mine is definitely definitely. Parents factual okay. That'll be a good a good like mix then fake minor. Fake just like my breasts. I want to do a whole episode though. On how? And then I'll debunk them. You don't lead them people. You're beautiful just the way you are anyways so so that I don't know what you have to do drinks history you already. What are you categorize this topic? What are you calling it does love? I guess so because love adjacent I can say what my half is. I'm actually talking all about SPEKTR affiliate. Which is people who fall in. Love and have sex with ghosts. I WanNa do a whole topic on this because as I was looking into it. It is wild and my stories. I don't present a lot of information. Actually none in the stories are really just kind of sex and so I think we could still do an exploration of the topic in the future. An I whole heartedly encourage it because yes and mine are ones are more related to fertility. GonNa save more advocates. His biological clock is ticking. So should we do drinks while he already been drinking? No I have another one. This is this is my backup drink. That tastes good. You said it tasted grows well better than the other thing I got about that. What does it okay? Well first let me get my main one so I was still and I admit when I grab this. I was still on the topic of aphrodisiacs. Because that's what we did our Minnesota on and so I found the reason I got back up because it's an gross but it is called moon juice. I've had oh and I'm like and that's to me whenever we're thinking of Wu and we learned that at the UFO con from now on. I encourage everyone else to do this. I'm calling APHRODISIACS. Move Juice because it's Wu and this is a giant forty of galactic IFA. It's going to be disgusting. Santan makes good beer. Yes it does make beer. I like their stuff as a backup because we're talking about Valentine's Day. I got a sweet strawberry so chocolate covered strawberries and it's paying so it's Valentine's I'm rationalizing shut up by his Valentine's and it's called a cupid's kiss ooh in a while it's my take on it because I couldn't find all the ingredients I wanted at the grocery store specific literally just a glass of sprite specifically orange bidders. I couldn't find anyways. That's cool so what it hasn't it is muddled raspberries and meant lime juice. Garvey and then white cambric juice and then they put some concern. Oh my God. I have to try this. That sounds so amazing. If anyone likes really happy as I think you're really like this. It's vile open with him. It's disgusting because dump it out for fun. Okay let's get back on track history history since we're talking about well since I'm talking about fertility and love and all that other bullshit I thought I'd talk about these are actually. He's telling personal true story. Talk about something sort of related different. Okay nothing says law like Erotica. So I'm going to give you a brief history on erotica first off the word. Erotica derives from the Greek God Eros Sherm who was God of Love Physical Desire and passion. She knew this in Roman mythology. He's known as Cupid Erotica has been around for thousands of years and is historically depicted in all cultures and some guy can really imagine like way like ancient people. Jacking up to cave drawings actually drawing the monk is it really did it. They go about that okay. Although it cannot really be said of many of the depictions that have been found. Were for pleasure for some aesthetic purpose or ritual aspect because you have to admit as Horny. Teenagers repressed reject off to some weird stuff. Maybe you okay. I checked off to some stuff like you would just see like I mean a picture in like a book. Nancy drew of Ned Nickerson playing football jack. Anyways there are cave. Paintings have been found depicting sexual acts erratic has been found in every era from Greek and Roman textbooks from the Middle Ages. The piece of Erotica found is a poem called Istanbul. Two four six one which was written on Sumerian cuneiform tablet and what year two for sixty. One I Dunno okay. It's pretty damn all. If it's on a cuneiform tablet bedded hasn't been translated. Do they know it says erotic you'd have to know is good. Even the Bible itself has a whole Chapter Song of songs at talks about sexual longing and love between a man and a woman To state the obvious Roddick wasn't always available in ancient times a little more so once the printing press was invented. That's true because you couldn't walk into the basalt tagline. Yeah this megastore by stone tablet with porn. I never that's true. Yeah so according to my research erotica really started to develop around the seventeen hundreds at the time. That novel started to become popular One of these early books came out in seventeen forty eight by John Cleland called memoirs of a woman of pleasure or more commonly known as Fannie Hill Fatty Fatty hills a widely known as one of the most prosecuted and banned books in history. Wow in the late seventeen. Hundreds of France we got books from the Marquette. Assad which exemplified sadomasochism. Obviously these books would have a huge influence on future novels with similar themes Because of the PURITANS Erotica started to become taboo and was considered unsophisticated during that era the quality of Erotica that time also obviously seem to decline although in the eighteen hundreds we did get some of the beginnings of male gay erotica the books the sins of the cities of the plane and the Tahiliani or the reverse of the medal but Erotica didn't start to again become popular until the early nineteen hundreds in the mid one thousand nine hundred erotic novels from Henry Miller Vladimir Nabokov an ice in one form of Erotica. It also became popular at this time. Was that of lesbian pulp fiction Yeah and may gay pulp. Fiction would also become a thing although not as popular as lesbian really occas. Yeah okay. 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"occas" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

Cueca Apertada

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"occas" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

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"occas" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"occas" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And I know some people they love Facebook, but I think thirty eight minutes, a day on Facebook is thirty eight minutes too long. So what's going on, with our caller's? We have lead she's in Nolan's. Yeah. That's how you pronounce Nolan's. And she is the o of a new app. Let's talk to you about a new app. What kind of app is it? Yes. Can me? Yeah. Reuters prize. It's a dating app dating app. Let's get my James evolved. Yeah. So maybe Italy, we have we have Mike James, who is the perennial single guy. Okay. Yeah. Okay. And and Mike. Mike's never been married. Mike is in his mid fifties. He's good looking. And he's rich one of his last relationships broke up because he told the person who was dating that they were going to have to live in separate houses, if things got real serious. Yes. What's wrong with that? So, so. On that what we are focused on is actually a really special part of dating big is the name of our dating app, and gig is dating for dog lovers, and dog owners in occas people who love dogs, they are a special breed. I mean you know they're not the same as I mean ask Andrew Andrew hates cats with a passion. Okay. So I loved down to compatibility. You're right. It's what you're looking for what you both love. You don't need to have a dog at that point. But being a dog person says a lot about you, especially to other people, you know, dog people look at each other as more trustworthy, you know, you can learn a lot about someone about how they spend their money when you talk to them about how they interact with their dog in life, their type of dog forward lifestyle there's so much when it comes to compatibility that people are looking for when they're really trying to match lifestyle and your dog can say a lot about you. So was that. How did you decide to come up with this idea? I love this story. So my sister, and I actually started the app together and my sister was dating a guy who tried to be a dog person for her. But by the end of the relationship, he didn't want the dog in his apartment it put Powell's down on the couch. So her anything she said to me. I wish I knew from the start that this wasn't gonna work because of my dog. You know there are so many people out there who want to cut to the chase. There's a lot of dating out. There's a lot of different ways to meet people. You know, most of argues are actually around the age of thirty which is a little bit older for dating app. Tinder much closer to eighteen to twenty two with their big population. What is in college age, right after hand is a around, like us that twenty five to thirty five Brandon? I see I think I think that's why you know, we see a lot of crossover with some of these dating apps that are focused on finding the right compatible person really looking forward. That's why these niche dating apps becoming so popular, you know, I was talking to a friend of mine, and she's thirty seven and she's unhinged and she's also on bumble. Okay. And I'm gonna tell her about day because she's like she has her dog's name is Todd. Okay. I mean. Yeah. I mean Todd. And she'll say, you know, do you mind if I bring my son Todd over and I'm like, sure bring Todd over. I mean you know. And so she was telling me that I'm bumble enhanced what's happening now is because there's only so much available inventory. And in this certain geographic area, and so, like she's tall, and she's looking for a tall guy, she'll call her friend of hers, who's also on bumble and looking for a tall guy, say, hey, have you dated Bob? And she said it's like like all of a sudden, like they're comparing notes on guys that was hysterical. I love that. Yeah. And actually users on dating after using three or four dating apps at a time that number jumps up in places like New York where there's a lot more options not area..

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"occas" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"occas" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Occas- Cortes congresswoman from New York. Well last week she worked as a bartender and she returned to work for one day. And she says. That this should be instituted immediately. Everybody should get fifteen dollars. In a degree with what have you been doing fifteen dollars worth of work? But the minimum wage all across the country, which is happening in some circles and others not. She says that we should give labor dignity by playing people respect in the value. There were at least fifteen dollars, she says we have to make one fair wage, we have to raise the national minimum fifteen or nothing. Let's go to hail is, is my thought. No. I understand that worked as a busboy. In us passed. I was in college in a work don't a garbage truck. I've told people about that, but also worked as a busboy, and I used to have to go and frisch's restaurant, which I don't think they're business anymore or big boys. Do two separate restaurants. And what I had to do is when a customer's left, I'd have to get my great pan and I go in and put all the glasses in the pan and the silver wouldn't have to wipe tables off. We didn't get no tips. Now, if the waitresses waiters wanted to share a fine, I used to have to. So I, I know about about it, but you don't get something for nothing. And what about those fifteen day where for quarter, because I remember in McDonalds, you started out, you might have been fry cook or you, you cleaned up. You.

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"occas" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"occas" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Well, I mean, I'm kinda depends depends on a lot of factors that we buy and traffic to it. What's you know? What are we selling? What's what's the purpose behind it? And what's your budget? There's a lot is a could be either. Or let's have a long conversation about all the nuances of your specific situation. And then figure out what's going to be best. That's not what he wants to hear. You don't wanna hear that? He doesn't want that what he wants is a direction he needs a lane to run in when he says, which is better Facebook or Google, I say Facebook. Now goes why I'll give him three or four reasons easier. You know, you can always re you always re-target through Facebook and through audience retargeting and stuff like that. But building a brand on Facebook is still the cheapest and the easiest way to do it. But here's the thing. My entire education business and currency. Trading. Was not built on Facebook. I'd no presence on Facebook. At all. I had a massive presence on YouTube that was where I kind of made my Mark and and sunk in and so the truth is it's much more nuanced than just saying Facebook. But if you don't say Facebook, guess what they leave feeling kind of like they didn't get very good answer. Like, they still really don't know what they're supposed to do. And they go find somebody who will tell them Facebook. Simple, clear direct because the fact that they don't know the they're they're wavering back and forth routine. These two different options means they already see that there's merit to this point. And there's merit to this point. So they understand that. You can do it this way. You can't do it this way or they wouldn't. Yes. In the question, the first place, the reason, they're asked the question, the first place is because they're looking for that one specific thing that's going to push this one above the other one. And that very specific thing could just be someone that they respect and see as an authority figure saying this one. Yeah. And that's all that it takes. And that's what is what. Okay. I now. Have permission big part of what we do as as influencers. And as leaders is give permission permission to think permission to do permission to be whatever. And that's one of the reasons some of Trump's arguments attract a lot of white supremacists. Because a lot of what Trump is talking about which is build a wall in oak. Keep America great by keeping jobs here. Keep keep immigration keep immigrants out. Although, although those are not directly those can have economic rationales for it. They also tie very heavily to white supremacy. And so what Donald Trump does is gives white supremacists. Permission to believe what they believe. And if you are trying to figure out where you wanna market, but you're not sure whether you're going to do it on Facebook or Google or linked in what you need is somebody to give you permission to focus in one area. And what our job is coaches consultants. Influencers whatever is to give people permission. If you look at shows like, I mean, take Rush Limbaugh. For example, Rush Limbaugh is really nothing more than a guy who gives people permission to feel like they're superior to other people. That's really people listen to rush because they believe their ideas of superior, and because Russia's gonna tell them so and gonna make them feel like they are better, informed and more. More intelligent than the rest of the world. And so they go and they listened to him rush. Gives permission. When you're building when you're communicating your message, make sure that you are constantly being direct being clear and giving people permission to think feel do believe whatever it is. They want to think feel doer believe, and that's the benefit of only going after people that fit a specific mold for you. No sense in trying to convince the hard core democrat occas- Cortez supporter that she ought to be a libertarian never going to happen. Don't worry about it. Don't leave that personal loan market to the person who already is looking for another choice, but doesn't quite know..

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"occas" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"occas" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"On TV for my dog. He knows I care about him because I'm turning on entertainment for him, and I'll be home at a little bit and be able to engage with him when I get home that was another kind of invention integration based on our voice of customer saying we want we want an always I wanted to use this device all the time. Not just when I miss my dog. What's your typical process for getting feedback? From your users. Do a lot of life occas group stuff or is it mostly through surveys, or what's the general mopey guys? We really engaged with social media. That's kind of how we came onto the scene, especially marketing to millennials how we had some very large Facebook videos, one from some partners about one hundred million views Facebook videos, and then we have a relatively large Instagram thing. So a lot of our our engagement comes right on. There is the millennial. Marketplace's not afraid to tweet. Or Instagram or Facebook message as if they have a problem, or if they have a solution, or if they have an issue, so we really listen to the customer interact and engage with them where they want to tweet at us all tweet right back. They want a Facebook message me, I'm right there all day long. So we really listen just in in social, and we encourage that we just did a headset selfie contest on social media where we gave away a pet shop. So you posted a selfie with you and your your pets and our favorite one got got a free pet chats, we engage with them, you know, kind of interaction. But also if they have troubles or challenges, you know, with the technology, or if they have ideas or right there where they're going to be. Yeah. And I think that's I'm glad you think it's great learning moment for anybody listening in. It's that's in the industry is the mission of probably with audiences, but especially with the millennial audience being buried tuned to those channels for multi purposes, and one of them being a lot of really great feedback and being able to interact, but I also love the notion. Of making sure you meet your customer where they are channel. Joyce, which I think it's screener glad you brought that up. So he has been doing this for four years had some pretty big developments had they're beheading like major aha lessons learned over. The course of this that have really driven which you guys do with the business. Lessons learned and they're your biggest little ten months. But yeah, no, I yeah. I the biggest lesson learned is the the dedication that pet. Parents have for their pets. I'm a proud dot dad. But I understand it and realize that there's just a different level of parents out there who are who are all in on their dogs. That's it. It's I've been able to and and they had the pleasure of meeting these people that conferences and events. And when I get an Email message. It always makes me giggle when a dog emails me, it always it's always my favorite part of the day. I'll always get them. Yet. Message from fight out saying, hey, this is fine. I love your thing. It makes my tail wag every time. I turn on your thank you so much for all you do. And and that's the biggest lesson learned is that these people are all in on their dog. This is their number one priority. They have social media accounts for their dogs, and they're using their dog as the source of ultimate happiness. And so it's fun to be a part of that really inner culture of of dog and Suzie. I couldn't agree. More on that. Let's cut of techie question for you on this, buddy. Now, what what are the basic building blocks of how it works is wifi enabled system? Yes. So you connect to the the system to your wifi. And then just like tesla we do over the air updates.

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"occas" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"occas" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"So, you know, spiking planet. I know they aired some the clips with you know, the one of the episodes from Minnesota in its Elmes could forever. Good for me, especially but good for both companies you gig ass coming up to address in room pitch. And you shows now. Get me goes back to you get into best get out of business. Well, you know. Yeah. That's what they say back with any follow up with the business, and you don't want to get out. But then you see a gig. Like, you've got an, hey, yeah. I could see myself doing that can't see myself going back to the other day. How you been with all that bullshit guys made in a way? Yeah. It's fun. It's you know, like, you said like, you know, everyone's got their ideas and thing I could come on the show and do this. And you know, it's it's fun in the the coolest part for me is everyone's been super supportive everyone from the wrestling industry, period. Neil in from you to to Shawn Michaels. Lance storm's talk to me a little bit today Christian edge, like a buddies mind that that that I know for a long time in everyone's from both companies have been super supportive for because I mean, I just good for pro wrestling period for the having. Some guys go outside, you know, kind of hall. I think kind of like pave the way for us. And then the you know, you and rock and enticed stepping outside a pro wrestling in. I mean, I'm I'm not putting myself in that group. But I am in the group of of having a thing outside of pro wrestling which shines light on pro wrestling, which makes pro wrestlers look more like just, you know, muscle Danfoss in occas, which a lot of people think we are agreed. And through this show. I've actually been able to show a sense of humor. Yeah..

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"occas" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"occas" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"National consensus on that. Have you? I haven't look if you Sean the the one hundred years of the NFL or whatever the one that's freaking fantastic. It was kind of just a promotional ad for the NFL. I guess. Yeah. If you call that an ad that was one of my favorite things of the day. I wish she's been closed captioned with all the guys names. Occas moves so quick wondering how old you had to be to really enjoy it. If you're younger than I am, you didn't know who a lot of those people were. Yeah. Well, and if you're me didn't know who a lot of those people were I mean, it just again it moves so fast. And there's so many guys. Yeah. So if that counts as an add the the opening of the game, the Peyton Manning, presenting the film thing, I thought was freaking hilarious. I think that was the highlight of the day. I was John Malkovich would yell at me. But I thought that was the best thing of the entire Super Bowl. That was really really good. But I don't think that counts as an ad or maybe. Was that before the anthem? So you didn't see that? That was the best thing of the entire five hour broadcast. Several minutes long. But it's really really good. I was I was bombed 'cause I figured okay. I'll turn on the telecast the actual game. And I'll see all sorts of good stuff. But I just caught a Gladys Knight. Barely 'cause she was in the pre-game anthems part of the game. I need to be alerted. Mailbag? The NFL then the Peyton Manning the opening of the whole thing they're big open and that hundred year thing really good stuff. They've decided apparently they gotta get on their PR game because that was good. How long did it take to film at hundred years of the NFL thing with like seventy five players involved in a hundred and twelve stunts? I mean were they working on that? Just getting them all in a room. I here's your freedom. Loving the today from Daniel Webster once again, hold on my friends to the constitution into the Republic for which it stands.

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"occas" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"occas" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Schumer move at all they lose their face. If they lose their base socialist candidate against the Democrats will never win anything. We would not even be having to deal with this time limits. Pat term limits all these people would be gone Pelosi McConnell. That that's never gonna happen now. But somebody else who says probably just really got me, and you need to hear this. Right. In maryland. Feature and she just found out yesterday. They had a credible threat against their school. And guess what? Nobody in the administration told the teachers. Credible threats are my wife's life was put in jeopardy. Democrats in Maryland, not even so we have a credible threat. No, you know, why? Because they had this law in Maryland that was originally passed by Obama called. I think it was called. I forgot what it was called. But it was where they can't be transparent. They can't disclose anything. And even to the parents. We had a parent that their children were beat up and that they didn't even disclose the incident to them and my newspaper in the last edition. We did a front page story about the bullying and violence in Maryland schools, now guess what happened? President Trump got rid of that law that. Obama had passed about no disclosure, but in Maryland, the idiots in Maryland passed their own state law to replace it. My wife is still dealing with the pack. I got I got news for Marilyn if my wife and that school gets attacked, and they knew I'm going to be one mad person. Well, you should be. And I would like to know more about that send me an Email. I would love to. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. All right. We're gonna talk with now we gotta take a quick break. So we're going to talk to will and Mike and Debbie and Alexandra occas-. What's her name? So in there, you gotta run. Alexandra occasion, Cortes, she chic. Well, she called me because she was upset about the way. I was speaking on the radio..

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"occas" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"occas" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Now, you mentioned Savan James of Bill street could talk. Of course, I'm happy that my favorite film of ear got its well deserved nomination. For best original score, nNcholas Patel. We've talked about that a lot here on film spotting in recent weeks best supporting actress going to Regina king and best adapted screenplay. Obviously, I feel like it deserved many more, especially when you look at some of the other films that got academy love vice getting eight nominations is really disappointing. And you know, I'm the guy who had the big. Short Adam occas-, the big short as my number one film of the year. It was no no one. Like that. And there are a lot of the same sort of techniques and tone being applied to vice. But I think this film was an absolute mess. There is something impressive and bizarre. And fascinating about what Christian bale is doing by embodying. Dick Cheney the way he does. But the best way I've tried to articulated to people who I talked to about this film is that in the big short you sensed that anger that was kinda just underneath Oeser of Adam McKay, and and I felt it too. And a lot of yours did. And I'm glad that he was tapping into it. And I feel like with vice it's a case where the anger over took everything and as much of a monster as Dick Cheney may or may not in fact, the the movie wants to put it his feet all the evils of about the past thirty years, and that's a conversation. I'm willing to have separate from this show. But as a film, it does not cohere in a way that is. Ever satisfying, intellectually emotionally and not comedic. There are a couple laughs in it. But it goes for a lot of laughs that it doesn't connect on at all. I am more curious to see what vice is all about as opposed to something like green book, even though he mean wraps definitely watching ahead of those too. Yeah. I do I do wanna see it. But what's your theory? Then on why it it's not only bending knowledged. But so roundly purely that that anger is resonating with voters, and they're going to rewarded for acknowledging that they share the anger. In other words, is it simply political or is there more to it? I just don't know having feels like an important film heels important because it's based on a real life. We know how much the academy is drawn to those stories Vale is doing bail things Amy Adams and Sam Rockwell both got rewarded with an ominous as well, it just feels like an important film. And that's all it does feel that way. And also if feels edgy because of some of the chances, it's taking some of the meta Elena. And the way it jumps around in time. It does take some chances. So a get that it may be feels like a bigger more profound film than I think it is. I applaud some of the the thinking and the anger that drives it shoplifters. The film from hero. Kazu Carreira was nominated for best foreign language film. That was nice to see. And fortunately on the flipside burning Leong dongs wonderful film was overlooked and really Josh fine being honest. My biggest disappointment of the Oscar nominations might just be the fact that and you mentioned how you have some homework to do. Now. I now have to consider whether or not I'm going to be able to make time for all three hours and nine minutes of never look away to nominations. Never looked never look away apparently adapted from inspired by the life of the famous contemporary still living German painter Gerhard Richter. And that's all I know about other than it was directed by Florian Henkel von Donner Smark. I believe was the director behind the lives of others. That's right. Yep. And Nana familiar a few other films as well. But that was promising big film. It was very promising until I saw the running time..

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"occas" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"occas" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"We need to take some action. I don't know what type of activists because. Now what I do. But they Chomsky. This is crazy, and I really feel bad for these people that got gotta go to work tonight. Get mother you pay. I. Roseanne? I think she just wanna jump exert Cardi B used the, you know, say bitch over and over and over again mother effing bitch. Really, so yes. So so Cardi B really caught ASC's ear and then actor James woods. I don't know if you know much about him, but James woods is a like a a mega conservative one of the few super conservatives in Hollywood, you can't really find a real super-conservative. He's one of them. And he said. He said that freshman Representative Alexandria occas-. Cortes is the most dangerous person in America. Lighten up Jimmy. She's a twenty nine year old chick is in the job. She's a little she's she's overcome notice that she's like, she's like a puppy who just you know, just. Yeah. Just gonna dump you so happy to be in the house all over the place piddling a little bit here a little bit there. That's that's who she is. Right now. He's he's the most dangerous person America right now. The sky's got. He's got an IQ of one eighty kidding. James woods. Has a higher apparently has a higher. I q then Einstein then Stephen hawking this Jimmy, James woods, the actor one eighty and he says this is the most dangerous person in America right now. Do you just drop your IQ from money like? Seventy points easily with that statement. What are you worried about? Craziness people just get are just going nuts. And they're looking at this woman. This AO see as being somebody who is you know, like almost like the anti Christ. I said she's she liked Cardi B's ramp because who the hell knows maybe bartending and Cardi B strip.

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"occas" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"occas" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"Magnitude dot com, accompanied by Shannon Moore. What was the Matt fact Matt really dislikes? I love how dated I love how dated this version of Matt hardy is it's like it's also a reminder of how data the internet was like at. Yeah. And like it's not even like they were that off this is two thousand three light. But it was dated even then though for two thousand it was dated. But only a couple of years they're only couple years behind. They were like two thousand internet. The internet. They were showing looks like two thousand internet immediate lease. It wasn't like come talk to us in our copies, Irv chat room. That's right. No, you can talk to Tom in Dallas page and our chat room. It wasn't like that. They were showing for Matt hardy was looking like, the the AOL discs that totally that the pulse. All the classic free five hundred hours better. Hold onto those bro. You didn't have a stack of those? I don't know what you if you didn't have a stack of five hundred if you didn't have the, you know, five hundred hours, there's nothing you can do on their except go to the help chats. So there wasn't very much to do. I experienced, you know, what's sad to that. Like, I guarantee that our listeners who have no idea what these discs are what like what we even talk about. Is they while still have a presence. They have. AOL has some sort of presence. But do people still have AOL wall? Some people have my mom like her Email address is still a oh, well, there are people who held onto the Email address. But they just go sign into the mail service through four three two one who could be who could it be? Eddie guerrero. A a not the most psychotically swale, but mid level, Eddie Guerrero. So someone just sent me an Email that reminded me of a bit that I've been doing. Did you listen to have you do you listen to Ebro in the morning today by any chance? Not today. Did you hear yesterday? When I started referring to James harden. His Jim Hardin. Did not I've been catching up though are the last one listen to was the cast one watts big. I must say if it was a work. Bravo like captivating audio and even if it wasn't still captivating audio. But even better made even better by the fact, that you you guys are able to role sometimes sometimes it's a work shoot. You know, what I mean, brother? The cast when walkout, and I love the drop that came from it that I play now cast one going y'all do what y'all go do do. Now for some reason on the Mike occas- show a few days ago out of nowhere. And I just wanted to bring this to the audience because I think everyone would find it major and start doing it in their own life and make the other people in their own life. Start questioning them out of the blue. I just started referring to James harden as Jim harden. And I think it's tremendous. I don't know why. But for some reason like he's such a James harden. And here comes Jeff hardy about to get some hardy on hardy action. The for some reason James harden is such a James that when you make it Jim it's like he's like an actor or something not the best basketball player in the world. Does what what's up with Jeff? I don't understand. But what a far cry is the hardest battle here..

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"occas" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"occas" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

"Unless for me the biggest thing is cheating. If a guy cheat on me. I'd be like, oh, well, I left his ask as cheated on me. But there was never that. You might say that now, but in a certain situation it, right? If rent right because I've never been shaded on I'm assuming that could be one of the reasons why I'm just I'm just relating to that fight. There was never a specific reason. There's always a list of reasons why there's one thing that comes up in any so realizing, oh, well, that's connected to that. Personality. That's connected to that. In all we have to fill of languages or. You know, you can leave off a relationship and have mutual respect for each other. But just really be so romantically disconnected. So are your your face right now, though, discomfiting and some people are now. What would you say for you to forgive yourself for twenty eight teen? So forgive myself. I think it goes back to forgiving myself for being so hard on. On myself on my age, which I think my son, breezy, the some people who might be listening might be older than I am. I'm going to stop right there. I think it's very common, and is very relevant to many women as they approach thirty or in early thirties of themselves of feeling like their time is up of feeling of failure of really being incredibly hard on themselves. Stop it because they not crazy. I love anything euchre. So yeah, I would say. Behar myself and putting my age as a factor in your value in. Yeah. And fighting a relationship and wanting you know, like. Just putting the pressure on myself. And I will admit they're nice where I would go to bed crying anything. Okay. We'll I don't know what I'm doing wrong or what kind of car. My have. That's not allowing me to find someone Merv in occas so easy for life omega. Why.

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"occas" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"occas" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Number seventeen. A great analogy doesn't have to make sense measure in a one leg. Bob cat covering up his own crap on a frozen pond. Just make that. Well. Yeah. Planet money a poetic podcast about the economy. My guess is Adam occa- who wrote and directed the new film vice which stars Christian bale as Dick Cheney. So your wife European had a rough with mortality to she was in a car accident. She broke her neck and an imaging her injuries. The doctors found a spot on her lung the turned out to be malignant and she had. To have lung surgery. How is she? No. She thank you for asking. She is a hundred percent great turned out that it was a very slow moving cancer. But boy talk about a miracle. She went through this horrible car wreck. And they discovered this spot, and she's she's too great. She's she's the opposite of me. She's so healthy and vibrant. So she's already doing like yoga and hot yoga. So she's doing fantastically. Well, I think it's just so that you both went through these transformative experiences at a similar time. I don't know how far apart her accident and diagnosed which was from your heart attack. How far apart was it was like a month? Well, accident was a month and a half before her car accident where she broke her neck, and then the diagnosis was about three months after the heart attack. Then in the middle of this. Our family dog died as well wasn't that old? It was like nine and a half ten years old. So you you went through these life changing experiences at basically, the same time didn't make it easier for you to talk about it with each other. And to understand what it means to have, you know, a life changing diagnosis, or, you know, profoundly transformative medical experience. The big the big thing. I think we both experienced when I came out of the heart attack was I just had the biggest dumbest smile on my face for like a week where I could not stop joking around. I was so happy to be alive. And what it does is it kind of for me personally reach just reaffirms what you care about. And you know, there's a lot of things I love in life. But one of the things I love in life is like laughing laughing, really hard. And I mean that even in the face of these tragic stories that we're talking about. I just think it's one of the great things we can do it did make me miss the comedy. I gotta be honest. It did make me feel that like maybe there's something to be said about if you can come up with a raucously funny movie that there's just something about that. That's undeniable. So I definitely started talking to Farrell about maybe we have to get back in the saddle again and do another big old comedy because it's just no better way. Way to spend your life than like laughing every single day. So that I would say that's change that came out of it. Well, one more question and this relates to vice you new movie about Dick Cheney. So the movie isn't about the Trump administration. It's about the Bush Cheney administration. But are there any people from the Bush Cheney cast of characters who have reappeared in the Trump administration and through making vice you have a different understanding of who they are the new otherwise would have, you know, big one was in the middle of entity in the movie, we had John Bolton pop up in our story of Cheney W Bush, and I thought, you know, maybe we should cut that that guy. He's such a fringy kind of lunatic. Just get him out of your and I swear to God three days later. The Trump administration appointed him and that kept happening throughout the movie. We kept thinking that there were these characters, and these ideas that we're going to go away, and they just kept popping up over and over again up of the bolt. One was really funny. I mean, my editor and corn just couldn't. Believe it. It was like we're about to cut that. I was like well, he's back. Bolton was UN ambassador during a Bush Cheney and is now national security advisor heart believe, that's correct. Yeah. And known for very hawkish, very aggressive foreign policy recently..

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Birds Got Their Colorful, Speckled Eggs From Dinosaurs

All Things Considered

02:37 min | 4 years ago

Birds Got Their Colorful, Speckled Eggs From Dinosaurs

"Yes, Meena vehement is a paleontologist at Yale University. She wondered if colored eggshells were older, maybe as old as birds dinosaur ancestors take over after it's a relative of the velociraptor made famous in the movie Jurassic Park. This dynasty is particularly interesting because over up to his worries the first dinosaurs that build open. Nests instead of burying its eggs underground. And once you start to build an openness, your ex are exposed to the environment. Veniamin says out their color could provide camouflage or help dinosaurs recognize their own eggs. So she and some colleagues studied sixty six million year-old egg, fossils searching for the two pigments a red one and a blue one that are known to mix and match and bird eggs, creating all of the beautiful colors. And we found very very small concentrations preserved of both pigments that was intriguing still it was just one dinosaur so vehement and her colleagues, analyzed eggshells from more. We tried to cover the major branches of time says to get a good idea for like all non avian dinosaurs in the journal nature. They report that they've found. No pigments in birds distant dinosaur relatives, such as the groups that include triceratops and the long necked diplomat. Occas the red and blue pigments. Were present. However in eggshells from the group of dinosaurs. That includes birds and their close relatives, we have very likely a single evolutionary origin of color. What's more her team showed that dinosaur eggs even had spots and speckles, and that's surprised Mark Halbur? He's an ornithologist and expert on eggs at the university of Illinois at her banished. Champagne read, not only known that that dinosaur eggs were caller for. But they were speckled which is a whole other aspect of diversity. He says it looks like dinosaurs may have needed these fancy eggs for all the same reasons as birds and maybe some egg related dinosaur business. We haven't even thought of Nell greenfieldboyce NPR news. The pop singer Kim Petras had a hit earlier this year with a sunny danceable number called

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