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"olsen" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:13 min | Last month

"olsen" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Sponsor. We're going to be down in Nashville. We hold it down at Vanderbilt's campus. Last year, we had like 85 NFL tight ends for three days down in Nashville for like a three day kind of tight end, summit of classwork and on field work and some fun. It's really growing into a pretty significant event on the summer calendar. So we're excited to bring it back. What better time than now as I get ready to go call a game between two of the best guys? I love it. Our generation play in the position. So we're pretty pumped about it. Olsen and the booth kittle and Kelsey on the field, let's go. I mean, how good is that? I said it. That's I bet they did that on purpose. Kelsey and kittle on national tight ends day and just assumed you'd be calling it. I think that was planned. And I love that sharman's your sponsor. What a great sponsor. How spinning is that? Amazing. Well, take care of your tight ends, you know? They do. And so it's going to be in Nashville. Next year again, right? The whole drill. Same drill. This will be our third year. You can run it back. It's in Nashville. Vanderbilt makes a great host. And it's an absolute blast. I love it. Thanks for sharing that information here, as you know, I'm a big fan of all three of you guys and certainly the idea that tight ends matter. And I mean that for the position, stop laughing over there, TJ, what's the matter with you? And so congratulations on that. And everything going on with you. I appreciate it. So well deserved. I appreciate it. It's always great to see you man. It's always good to talk to you about that. I'm sure I'll be on soon. Let's do it again. Thanks again. That's Greg Olson at Greg Olsen 88 from Fox Sports. Right here on the Richardson show, how dare you? What are your child? A little bit. It's a matter of him. What does it matter with him? Yeah, I don't know. There's a lot to be honest. Speaking of which, Major League Baseball did something for the kids last night. I love the kids. All right, we'll discuss it. We'll discuss it. Game 5s later today now. Okay. We'll discuss that whole business. When we come back on the rich eisen show before our number two with Ronnie two K step in in here. And Jerry is chimed in on Dax stop laughing

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Trump Ally Mike Lee Begs for Mitt Romney's Endorsement on TV

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:46 min | Last month

Trump Ally Mike Lee Begs for Mitt Romney's Endorsement on TV

"Is Mike Lee, okaka Olsen, doing something a man should never do, okay? Don't beg to Mitt Romney on live television, cut ten. So maybe you don't want to say this, maybe not even aware of it, but I believe it is true that members of Mitt Romney's immediate families nuclear family are actively helping McMullen against you. So is it possible to just comment Romney whom I know you've known probably your whole life? And say, please, there's a lot at stake here. Well, I've asked him, I'm asking him right here, again, tonight, right now. Mitt, if you'd like to protect the Republican majority, give us any chance of seizing the Republican majority once again, getting it away from the Democrats who were facilitating this massive spending spree in a massive inflationary binge, please get on board, help me win reelection. Please mittens, please peer the lecture. Isn't that, I mean, as a woman, aren't you disgusted? Where are the alpha males? Have they all disappeared? I don't understand. This guy, Mike Lee, and I saw this. And it was so creepy to watch him appeal in that way. At least use a tone of voice saying Mitt. I don't know what's wrong with you. How could you possibly be supporting someone that isn't going to cut the spending that? You know, at least come from a place of strength, but literally to get on your hands and knees and beg to Mitt Romney, are you kidding? How the might have likely is a serious contender for the Supreme Court for crying out loud. Use your best to rationalize to admit, not beg for his approval.

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Annie Ernaux Is Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Annie Ernaux Is Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature

"French author Annie arnault has won this year's Nobel Prize for literature for her autobiographical work that shed light on the murky corners of memory family and society The Nobel Prize in Literature for 2022 is awarded to the French author Swedish academy secretary Matt smaum announced the winner At her home in south Yi a suburb of Paris alnor responded to the crowd of reporters waiting outside I'm very happy and proud that's all The chair of Nobel literature and is Olsen admired her ability to effectively touch on a range of topics in her work She consistently explores the experience of a life marked by great disparities regarding

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How 'Eraced' Author John Amanchukwu Found His Voice and His View

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:29 min | 2 months ago

How 'Eraced' Author John Amanchukwu Found His Voice and His View

"We talked to a new friend, John, I'm in chukwu. He has a brand new book out called erase that spelled ERA, C, E, D, you see what he did there. It is discovering the lies of abortion and critical race, theory, linking them, and you were just telling us a story John of through your father in law, the man who's today your father in law, how you began putting these pieces together and becoming a voice for truth in this generation. Yes, that's correct. And so it was my father in law who really trained me and gave me the ability to develop a strong biblical worldview, which is something that many Christians don't have today, oftentimes we do Christianity in a vacuum if we even preach about the true and historical Jesus Christ. So he's an apologist. He's a defender of the faith and he trained me and doing that and being one who stood pro truth and didn't go along with the culture, but do things differently, simply for the sake of Christ and for the calling of the kingdom. Through that I even was impacted and pressed to write a chapter on Stockholm syndrome in my book. Chapter 6 is Stockholm syndrome. And it talks about the story of Jan Eric Olsen, who went into a Swedish bank and through several rounds of ammunition and the air that has gone off and rob attempting to rob the bank, demanded $700,000 and wanted to use some of the hostages in the bank as a getaway to for him to leave and to exit. They wouldn't give him that, but they did give him the money that he desired. But over the process of time while being in the bank for about 6 days, the hostages began to fall in love with him. And they started to like him and they were on first name basis. And even as they removed the hostages from the bank, the hostage were more concerned about the person that had captured them. And this is where we get the term Stockholm syndrome. And I bring that up because many blacks are suffering from Stockholm syndrome. We have fallen in love with our captive, with our captor, and the Democratic Party has captured the hearts of blacks who are so long, but they have let us down the slippery slope of a great demise. And

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Swanson, Olson go deep vs Scherzer, Braves take NL East lead

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Swanson, Olson go deep vs Scherzer, Braves take NL East lead

"Dansby Swanson and Matt Olson homered and Kyle Wright went 5 strong innings as the Atlanta Braves defeated the New York mets sporter two Wright gave up just two runs en route to winning his major league leading 21st game of the season A lot of defense kind of built me out tonight I'm getting the runs and we needed it and then the bullpen they were fantastic tonight Watson hit a two run shot in the 5th Olsen a solo home run in the 6th The braves have now won the first two in this crucial three game series and have taken a one game lead over the mets in the NL east Gary mckillop's Atlanta

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Wright wins 19th, Riley and Rosario homer, Braves beat Nats

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Wright wins 19th, Riley and Rosario homer, Braves beat Nats

"Kyle Wright won for a major league leading 19th time propelling the braves past the nationals 5 two Wright gave up two runs in 6 innings of work striking out 7 Iraq execution was fine but was able to go 6 Got the win so I really can't complain too much The braves offense got homers from Austin Riley and Eddie Rosario and clean up hitter Matt Olsen ended an over 22 slump with two hits as they won their 9th straight at home The wind kept the braves within one game of the mets for the NL east lead Jim Hart Atlanta

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Braves drill slumping Pirates 14-2, complete 3-game sweep

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Braves drill slumping Pirates 14-2, complete 3-game sweep

"Kyle Wright moved to 16 and 5 on the year by allowing just two hits over 7 innings as the braves pounded the pirates 14 to two to sweep their series That Olsen hit an 8th inning Grand Slam into the Allegheny river part of a three hit day and dansby Swanson plated three runs in the offensive eruption This can't happen up and down throughout the lineup I feel like we were good hitting with guys on base today and that's usually a pretty good recipe to score a lot of runs It's a 14th win in 16 games for Atlanta Kevin Newman homered for the pirates Now 30 games under 500 Josh roundtree Pittsburgh

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 3 months ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports on Bruce Morton a pair of tight races in the national league in the central division St. Louis began Tuesday with a two game lead over the brewers The Cardinals beat Colorado 5 four in order to keep pace Milwaukee needed to defeat the Dodgers Chuck Freeman tells the story The floundering brewers blew a late lead but then rallied from a one run deficit in the bottom of the 11th inning to beat the Dodgers 5 to four Victor caratini delivered a one out bloop single the score of the tying and winning runs then after the brewers loaded the bases against Dodgers closer Craig kimbrel Meanwhile the braves pulled it within three and a half games of the mets and the east with a 5 nothing decision behind a 12 strikeout performance from Charlie Morton First baseman met Olsen says Atlanta is helping itself by taking the first two games of this series It's good to come out and get these first two Obviously we got a couple good arms coming up these next two and it won't get any easier for the braves as they still have to face Jacob de Grom and Max Scherzer Other national league winners were the Phillies Marlins cubs and giants In the American League the Yankees may lead the east but they lost for the tenth time in 12 starts when they were beaten by Tampa Bay three one raised manager Kevin cash likes how his club has won four straight including the last two in The Bronx Wins and this ballpark against this team they can elevate you a little bit make you feel that much better In another AL east game with playoff implications the Orioles won in Toronto four to two In the race for the American League's final wild card spot the O's trail the Jays by one half game The remaining junior circuit winners were the Red Sox White Sox tigers twins a's and M's Pro basketball the NBA will be idle on election day but all 30 teams will be playing on November 7th the night before the midterms Tennis at the western and southern open Serena Williams lost in straight sets to U.S. open champ Emma Bruce Martin AP sports

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Iranian man charged in John Bolton assassination plot

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Iranian man charged in John Bolton assassination plot

"In Iranian operative has been charged in a plot to murder John Bolton I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest the Justice Department says that an Iranian operative was offering $300,000 to eliminate former U.S. national security adviser John Bolton assistant attorney general for the FBI's national security division Matt Olson says This assassination plot was undertaken and apparent retaliation for the January 2020 killing of Qasem Soleimani Identified by U.S. officials as a member of the Iran's revolutionary guard is currently wanted by the FBI on charges related to the murder for hire plot Olsen says This was not an idle threat And this is not the first time we uncovered brazen acts by

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Contreras, Anderson power Braves to 6-2 victory over Arizona

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Contreras, Anderson power Braves to 6-2 victory over Arizona

"William Contreras and Ian Anderson carried the braves to a 6 to win over the Diamondbacks Contreras had a two run Homer and a solo shot after Matt Olson put Atlanta ahead with the first inning home run Olsen has 25 RBIs this month Anderson retired the first 14 batters he faced and tossed one hit ball with 9 strikeouts over 6 innings He had a 6.25 ERA with a three O three opponents batting average in his 12 previous starts The braves are a major league best 38 and 14 since June 1st and remain three games off the NL east lead I'm Dave ferry

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Soto homers as Nationals end 9-game skid, defeat Braves 7-3

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Soto homers as Nationals end 9-game skid, defeat Braves 7-3

"A ray Adriana drove in three runs to help lead the nationals to a 7 three win over the brave snapping a 9 game losing streak Juan Soto and Victor robles Homer for the nationals as they snapped a 9 game skid to Atlanta Adriana says everyone made a contribution Everybody do the part today pitching and defense offense So it was pretty good getting over or we just had to go and keep going in the second half and see what happens Matt Olsen Eddie Rosario and Adam Duvall drove in runs for Atlanta Steve seashell got the winning relief while brave starter Spencer strider took the loss to fall to four and three Craig heist Washington

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Olson, Riley homer as Braves send Nats to 9th loss in a row

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Olson, Riley homer as Braves send Nats to 9th loss in a row

"Max fried allowed three runs on 7 hits over 7 innings to improve to ten and three as the braves beat the national 6 to three The braves got home runs from mad Olsen and Austin Riley who went back to back in the third off starter and loser Apollo espino Braves manager Brian Snickers says Riley can do it all The real deal I mean he's just a really really good player He's all star caliber Hopefully he's in the MVP talking in another couple of months The braves have now won 9 straight against the nationals and 14 straight at nationals park Craig heist Washington

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Wright ties majors wins lead as Braves defeat Nationals, 5-4

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Wright ties majors wins lead as Braves defeat Nationals, 5-4

"The braves hit three home runs on the night to back to pitching of Kyle Wright as they beat the nationals 5 to four right when 7 innings to improve to 11 and four dansby Swanson made Olsen and Michael Harris all hit long balls Harris's came in the 5th off starter and loser animal Sanchez I knew he had already thrown everything except if I was well up and then so I was I was looking there dead red and he gave it to me and I turned on it The Nats got homers from Josh bell and Michael Franco Franco's off Kenley Janssen in the 9th but Jansen earned his 21st save Craig heist Washington

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"olsen" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"olsen" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Good times, the opening track from the new album by angel Olsen. Big time. Angel Olson, born and raised in St. Louis. Began performing in that city's coffee shops when she was still a teenager. She moved to Chicago in 2006, working with the likes of Emmett Kelly and Bonnie prince Billy and began recording solo records. She is now on the 6th studio album of her career. The first set of original music since all mirrors in 2019, we've been fans for a while. She was a guest on the show in 2014. She has made it clear in the pre release publicity for this album that it is both not a country record and not not a country record. What does angel Olsen mean by that? Let's play a track and we'll come back and give our opinions. This is right now from big time by angel Olsen. I want to be with you and. You have to go and make it when you say anything you think I need to hear that is right now from angel Olsen's new record big time.

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Olson homers twice to lead Braves past Phillies 5-3

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Olson homers twice to lead Braves past Phillies 5-3

"Metals and hit a pair of home runs including the game winner in the top of the 8th inning They give the Brazil 5 three win over the Phillies Olsen Homer in the top of the first as he followed Trevor star no solo home run with a solo shot of his own The home runs by Olsen or his levithan 12th of the season Darnell also singled in the top of the third to help Atlanta mud and four games of the first place mets in the national league east Kyle schwarber hover for the Phillies Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Anderson, Olson lead Braves over Cubs, avoid 1st 3-game skid

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Anderson, Olson lead Braves over Cubs, avoid 1st 3-game skid

"The braves avoided a three game sweep with a 6 zero shutout of the cubs Ian Anderson struck out 6 while limiting Chicago to three hits over 6 and two thirds Travis darnold and Michael Harris the second homeward for the defending World Series champs who haven't dropped three in a row all season Matt Olsen doubled three times scored a run and drove in another as Atlanta climbed within 5 and a half games of the annal east lead Kyle Hendricks was tagged for all 6 runs over four and a third innings The cubs have lost 12 of 15 I'm D

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 Braves' 14-game win streak, Cubs' 10-game skid both end

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Braves' 14-game win streak, Cubs' 10-game skid both end

"Two streaks came to an end as the cubs defeated the braves want to nothing Friday afternoon the win by the cubs snapped a ten game losing skid while Atlanta saw its 14 game win streak snapped Charlie Morton pitched well for the braves was 7 scoreless innings and 9 strikeouts but Atlanta's hitters were handcuffed on just three hits none by mad Olsen The first loss in June is good when you're in the middle of the month So we're going to come out tomorrow and try to get a dub and get another win streak wrong This was the first time in 23 years that a team riding a double digit losing streak beat a team enjoying a double digit winning streak

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The Roe v. Wade Draft Decision Is Not a Surprize

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

The Roe v. Wade Draft Decision Is Not a Surprize

"Henry Olsen had a great opinion piece in the Wall Street in The Washington Post yesterday. The leak is a shock what the draft decision says is not. And I tweeted it out. I hope you follow me on Twitter at you. You ought to see this because it's really quite an amazing summary. Nobody is surprised that at least 5 and I suspect 6 justices are going to overturn roe and Casey. It's bad constitutional law has been bad constitutional law for 49 years and everybody who knows constitutional law knows that. They say, oh, reliance, and it should be that way. Well, amend the constitution or pass a national law based on interstate commerce,

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Sen. Cruz Interrogates Asst. Attorney General Matt Olsen for Not Prosecuting BLM Rioters

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 11 months ago

Sen. Cruz Interrogates Asst. Attorney General Matt Olsen for Not Prosecuting BLM Rioters

"Senator Cruz was questioning assistant attorney general Matt Olson These are all radicals At a hearing today why won't you target Black Lives Matter riders and terrorists who fire bombed our cities Cut 5 go During 2020 Black Lives Matter and antifa riots all across the country There were over 700 police officers injured by Black Lives Matter and antifa riots How many people have been charged with crimes of violence concerning those riots all across the country I don't have information on how many I would say hundreds of people have been charged as well You would say but you don't know You know when we asked you why the Biden Department of Justice has such wildly disparate standards going after January 6th targeting some people committed crimes of violence and anyone who commits a crime of violence should be prosecuted but also targeting a lot of nonviolent individuals We asked you why is it that you won't target the rioters and terrorists who firebombed cities across this country The answer we got from the Department of Justice was shameful on October 22nd you came back and said quote the department is dedicated investigative and prosecutorial resources commensurate with the significance of these events by significance I guess it means the political benefit to the Biden White House and I will tell you there are great many Americans who are understandably deeply concerned about the politicization of the Department of Justice under president Joe

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"olsen" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"olsen" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"By the Supreme Court. But what has happened is, you now have about there were 50,000 voters who declared were declared indefinitely confined in 2016. You had about 250,000 or so in 2020. But there's been no analysis of any of those votes and there's 200,000 more give or take that were under an unlawful process, nobody has gone and looked at those voters and done an analysis because those voters are avoided signature and photo identification requirements are the legal votes. So you have a skull here. Many people all of them. That's what it is for your daughter. Okay, so and so where does that stand now? In other words, people listening to this program are thinking maybe what can I do? Is there anything we can do but wait and pray no, there's two things. So one, anybody who resides in a state that is not one of the defendant states and then find defendant states are Arizona Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. But any other state that we would like to have the state AG's join. We have 18 states, if you recall, join the Texas V Pennsylvania kits. Texas was not by itself on this. They were the first to file, but as soon as that filing was done, you had this rush. So citizens in those states can encourage their attorneys general to join this lawsuit or to pick up the mantle of it and to bring it in the Supreme Court. But even citizens within the defendant states can demand their legislators continue their investigation or to start on it just as they are in Wisconsin. And for example, there's a representative in Wisconsin. Representative ransom, who has submitted a resolution to de certify.

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"olsen" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"olsen" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks I'm talking to our friend Mike lyndell and to Kurt also knew I've had the privilege to meet and speak with and he has been working with Mike to try to put a case before the Supreme Court. So you were just saying Kurt Olsen that learning from the mistakes in the previous case, which was Texas versus Pennsylvania. That in a sense you logic would have demanded, at least I would think that the Supreme Court would have said, yes, we will look at it. But they didn't. And when they didn't, you and others went back to the drawing board and said, how can we put together a case that's difficult for them to dismiss? So is that effectively what has been happening? You've had a different strategy based on what you learned from the Texas versus Pennsylvania case. Well, I wouldn't characterize the last complaint as a mistake. The basis for standing was not articulated in the manner that I just suggested in terms of the Twelfth Amendment basis. But in addition, the 50 50 Senate, that situation didn't arise until January 5th when the runoff election occurred. So at the time, Texas P Pennsylvania was filed. That particular basis. Okay. As I just said, well, I didn't mean to phrase it that way. If I did, all I meant to say was that, you know, you go in, you you have 72, they take, I think the cowardly way out and what you're doing now is you're just trying to make it more difficult for them to say we don't want to look at it. And so where do things stand exactly right now with regard to bringing this case before the Supreme Court? Where does it stand? Well, we are in discussions and working with various state AGs at different levels. To see if they will, and this would be their complaints. So what we've done is we have drafted a model complaint. We've put in all the corroborating evidence, much of which is new. So this is evidence that just came out in the past three months, whether it's the results of the audit of Maricopa County, Arizona, whether it's the findings of the Racine county sheriff, finding that the Wisconsin election commission.

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"olsen" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"olsen" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"With accepting as true the vice president was not legitimately elected, and casting the tie deciding vote the tie breaker, then that is an injury that all states suffer. Okay, so that's one that's one reason that you and Mike believe that the Supreme Court would be forced to look at this because without any question under the new circumstances of a 50 50 split Senate with the sensible vice president representing the tiebreaker, this affects the whole nation. So that's number one reason you believe the Supreme Court must look at it. But second in Eric, by the way, it's not him and me. It's other lawyers too. This is not this has been a well thought of case. No, no, no, no. I'm just using your names because you're the only ones that I know. But obviously, and I don't think that you pull this out of your hat. This is something you've been working on for many months. So what is the second reason that you Kurt Olsen believe that this it would be difficult for the Supreme Court to dismiss this as not having standing, the people putting forward this case? So the other independent basis is it goes back to what are the founding of our constitutional republic. And the constitution is a compact amongst the peoples of each state who all came together and agreed to play by the same set of rules. And so when one state vitiates or violates that principle, all states are injured. Now, with, in this particular circumstance, every state, under our constitution, has a right.

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To Fight Voter Fraud, Supreme Court Is the Last Hope

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 1 year ago

To Fight Voter Fraud, Supreme Court Is the Last Hope

"So my question to Mike, I think was what is the difference now? Another was what do you believe you have now when you want to bring this to the Supreme Court that would make them say, yes, there is standing. Mike referred to the fact that because of the 50 50 split in the United States Senate with Kamala Harris being the tiebreaker if the election if the national election was either fraudulent or somehow was not what it was supposed to be, suddenly, because of her being the tiebreaker, it affects every state. So is that one of the main reasons that you're making or one of the main, the main argument that you're making or that you're hoping to make before the Supreme Court to say, you must look at this because the election outcome, in fact, affects the second part of our three part government. It affects the Senate. It affects the legislature. Is that the am I tracking with that? So that is one of that is one of two principal bases that we argue standing exists from at one state to sue the other defendant states in this action. And so you're exactly right. We have a very unique situation where the Senate is split evenly 50 50 and the vice president passed the tie breaking vote. If the vice president was not legitimately elected, and for purposes of standing, all well put allegations in the complaint are accepted as true. So you accept is true that the vice president was not legitimately elected. And when you analyze standing, is there a redress for that? And yes, because we have this unique situation of 50 50 even they split Senate with accepting as true the vice president was not legitimately elected, and casting the tie deciding vote the tie breaker, then that is an injury that all states

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"olsen" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"olsen" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Melts and talking to Mike lindell, Mike says he's not a lawyer. You know what? I'm not a lawyer either, but we found a lawyer. Kurt Olsen, who has been doing amazing work with Mike, I didn't think we'd get him on the program, but Mike, you said we could get him on speaker phone and maybe actually we can ask Kurt to answer the question that I was asking before we went to the break. Kurt welcome. Thank you. Glad to be here. We were we were wondering, well, a lot of us, of course, not only are we not lawyers, but we've not been following this closely. It's complicated. The major news media simply doesn't cover it. So a lot of us are in the dark. So my question to Mike, I think was what is the difference now? Another was what do you believe you have now when you want to bring this to the Supreme Court that would make them say, yes, there is standing. Mike referred to the fact that because of the 50 50 split in the United States Senate with Kamala Harris being the tiebreaker if the election if the national election was either fraudulent or somehow was not what it was supposed to be, suddenly, because of her being the tiebreaker, it affects every state. So is that one of the main reasons that you're making or one of the main, the main argument that you're making or that you're hoping to make before the Supreme Court to say, you must look at this because the election outcome, in fact, affects the second part of our three part government. It affects the Senate. It affects the legislature. Is that the am I tracking with that? So that is one of that is one of two principal bases that we argue standing exists from at one state to sue the other defendant states in this action. And so you're exactly right. We have a very unique situation where the Senate is split evenly 50 50 and the vice president passed the tie breaking vote. If the vice president was not legitimately elected, and for purposes of standing, all well put allegations in the complaint are accepted as true. So you accept is true that the vice president was not legitimately elected. And when you analyze standing, is there a redress for that? And yes, because we have this unique situation of 50 50 even.

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"olsen" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"olsen" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host, Eric, Texas. Oh my goodness. Alvin. I know I know. Tell me it's Tuesday. It is all day. All right, folks. I just want to warn you. And I'm, as usual, only being semi facetious. In both hours today, I'm going to be speaking with our friend Mike lyndell. The reason I say I want to warn you is that it becomes increasingly clear as you listen to the conversation. The problem with Mike lindell, which I've said to his face on the air, I would say, he is so in the weeds. On trying to figure out what happened with this election. And I want to say again publicly, we will never, ever cease to talk about what we think is important on this program. And when somebody says, oh, you're a conspiracy theorist. Oh, you need to move on. I want to say that person. Please jump in a Lake quickly because I have no time for people who are unwilling to be open minded about things that in this case couldn't really be more important. So what I will promise you is that the more you look into what Mike is saying and doing, the more you'll realize there's not just something there, but there's something very important there. At the end of the conversation with him, we're going to bring in his one of his lawyers Kurt Olsen, whom I've had the privilege of meeting. And you have two Albin. We all had dinner with Jenna Ellis back in the summer. But what Mike has been doing, the big headline for me is that no one's covering it so you would assume unless you may be listening to Steve Bannon or something, you would assume that there's nothing going on. I'm here to tell you, I promise you, there's big stuff going on. And it is going to be played out in the months ahead. We're on the verge of a few triggers because a lot of people think, well, nothing's happening. I haven't heard anything. You haven't heard everything because everybody's evidently afraid to talk about this stuff. They're afraid. I'm going to get sued. I'm going to get folks. This is your country. If you are so people have died, let me just underscore this. People have died for this country. People have died for liberty. If you're not the kind of person to whom that matters, you don't deserve to live in a country, like America. People have died for liberty. People have died trying to uncover the truth. This should not be a big deal. This is basic that if you live with your head up with some courage in life, you're going to come to moments where you're going to have to figure out what do I really believe. And I think that Mike has been an absolute hero. I admired him long before we got into this crazy stuff. But for both hours today, we're going to talk to him. And if you're hearing this opening for a second time, there is something new and fresh coming with Mike lyndell and with the lawyer and they're explaining even more about this whole. Well, I don't think we bring the lawyer on into our two. So until our two. So it's two hours today of me talking with Mike about, that's right. This stuff, and I just want to tell you if there's anything you can do to get the word out. There's going to be some action points going to Frank speech dot com contacting your state attorneys general. Ladies and gentlemen, this is as far from over as it gets. It hasn't even begun. And if you don't believe me, that's your problem. Okay. Some more good news, Kathie Lee Gifford. Oh yeah. It's going to be on the program. She has a new book out. We're going to talk to her as long as we can, you know, we'll lock the doors, but so much I want to talk to her about she's been a friend over the years. She's the real deal. I also want to say that well, I.

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"olsen" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"olsen" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Becky. And this is good inside. I'm a clinical psychologist and mom of three, on a mission to rethink the way we raise our children. I love translating deep thoughts about parenting into practical, actionable strategies that you can use in your home right away. One of my core beliefs is that we are all doing the best we can with the resources we have available to us in that moment. So even as we struggle and even as we are having a hard time on the outside. We remain good inside. I am honored to be speaking today with Kara and Greg Olsen..

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"olsen" Discussed on Fly Fishing Journeys

Fly Fishing Journeys

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"olsen" Discussed on Fly Fishing Journeys

"Everyone. They all have their sweet spot right. Yeah if it starts on the left side here. There's like freezing right thirty two degrees. You'll have this gradual ramp that their metabolic rate just kind of slowly and almost linearly for a while there increases a little bit at a time up until around forty five forty degrees somewhere there. And then you'll hit this inflection. Point where all of a sudden the grade of that line stevens and then right in that fifty three to sixty eight degree category. That's the bell curve where they're highest fifty five to sixty. Yeah well actually fifty eight to sixty three. It's usually at the top depending upon the species. That's going to be your apec somewhere in there but that whole felker which anytime you're in that bell curve. They're feeding hard no matter what. And that depending upon the species is usually between about fifty three and sixty eight okay and on the tales of that. If you're sixty eight then you're starting to get into stress mode especially by seventy and then if you're below fifty three then you're getting into much lower metabolic rates feeding not as hard but you can still have really good fishing at time. You just have to change different places to fish. Unless there's a really heavy hatch that kind of cancels out some of that low metabolic rate because there's so much food no matter what they're like i'm going stored up now digested over a long period of time show. If you're going from brown's let's say we you give your temperature. What do you like open. It's to be always have to work within the reality of the day in the season. But if i could get off sixty degrees temperature for brown's that is usually about perfect because they're okay. I mean they are in water that's inches. Deep to raging under wave forms to tucked up on banks. They'll be at that point. And so that's what. I enjoyed the most because i can fish the whole river and i can find ways to catch fish in all sorts of different water types which is really enjoyable for me. I'm much. I enjoy that a lot more than i do. Just camping on a whole and yup mining fish out of the same spot for an hour. You know i love. I love covering water and moving around. Yeah and finding fish surprise places so if you're around that sixty degree mark for for browns and really five degrees either side of it right. Yeah if if it's fifty five to sixty five for brown trout. They're probably going to be just about everywhere. Yep good no good. No good instructing. You're good tips from devon. You've made the to instructional videos. We've talked about modern in modernising elevated. What is the differences here between the two films. So modern modernising the the first one europeans inspire techniques it is more of a foundational film. So we introduce you to a lot of the concepts and mainly the theory behind your own for the first bit. Talk about why it's different. And what it is in general and y compared to other styles of nipping at separate. And then teach you how to do it a little bit teaches some basic. Rigging and Help you understand things. That'll get you out doing it on the water and then an elevated. It's we take off right where we left off with elevated is not meant to as you're beginning course. It's watched the beginning film. Maybe even try it a little bit. And then how do you take it further. You know and so an elevator. Will we look more at details of presentation like specific details that make a difference with your side placement and the way you want your flight to land or your cider to land and your rod allegation and angles throughout the drift weights We look more at a water types. Were we're fishing for this reason. That type of stuff. Yep we get in more than nitty-gritty details of it very cool. Okay good guys. We're back here with devon also talk a little bit about the dvd's actually own a both. I've watched them both. They are amazing. You can find on v. meal if you want to download them and the nice thing as i was able to do is actually make Accessible offline To actually can watch it. And on. And on my. I don't even have to have the wi fi anymore. You can put it on your phone or your ipad or your computer. Pretty much transferable anywhere. Yup so that's through video you can get that and then if you wanted to actual hard copy the dvd you can order that attack fly fisher very cool. So we're going to get into the heart of these videos. The number one on the original euro nipping. Why don't you give our viewers our listeners just a basic idea of a euro nymph. Being setup like the rod veal. Line everything. So your typical. You're you know if it's the nine foot five is the classic trout rod all around rod. Your classic around your rod is somewhere in ten to ten and a half three and just a real that balances it. There's nothing really special about the real. Although you do want something with tight gap between the frame and the school or a full cage to avoid line slippage in between but other just a real the balances you're out and then really the main difference other than the rod is line you have and what leader you have The leader is exceptionally long compared to most typical fishing leaders. You know i. I usually by by rule in competition. I'm actually limited to twice the length of my rod for my leader length. And i go right to that that. If you're at ten and a half foot ride you can have a twenty-one full leader yup yup and i'll be right up to that normally And can i pause you there from once again so a question i get asked probably a half dozen people that i know and respect interview devon olson. Give me some questions soon. One of the questions. I got was if you could not stick to those competition laws. Would you do things differently by and large no okay. Would you go longer on the leader. The abbot not by much. Okay so. I wish that i could have an extra two feet most of the time. Okay i also get us all the time you know. Why don't you just use a model rig which is basically just an entire all school of mono or a whole leader on your real you know and the main reason is i much prefer having that fly line to handle. You're using a urine infant fly line. It's a level like twenty two thousands of an inch thick very very thin violent. It's there to handle okay. There are pros and cons to not having it there. You know but for me i would much prefer being able to strip slack. Set the hook and fight fish with a fly line because mono tends to either have some memory or slip through my fingers or just tangle easier than that filing does. But i would like to have a leader. That's maybe two feet longer. A lotta time right. Just i can get a little bit extra length distance presence presentation away without lying being out in sagging out there ought to. We're gonna talk about that. Because that's obviously the heart of the euro rate. Is that dragged freeze definitely of falling to the bottom without you know you're talking about measuring the dimensions of your tip in. It's just like you. it's a very precise method of fishing. So we'll get back to the sag and the drag and the fly line but just kind of go over the road again. You're talking about like usually about ten ten and a half eleven foot rod depending on your taste and it's lighter so instead of a five or six you're talking about a three now lot of times people will say three. You guys are catching big fish. Big fish how much supposed to catch big fish on the three way. Well a couple things about that number one now. This isn't exactly what happens with the rod design a lot of times that ten foot three eight or ten and a half way through eight is almost like having a nine five wait in the lower nine feet of the rod but the taper keeps going right so you still. You still have a lot of power in the murad. There's it's there's no less power ten foot three wait to fight a fish in my experience. Then there is the nine zero five weeks but you get a tip that has softer. That will load with a lighter rig because you're not casting a fly line you don't have a heavy rain. Fly line to low gerard and help you make your presentation. You're basically casting the weight of your leader and you're flies and so if you don't have a soft tip you're gonna have a hard time doing that. Plus that's off tip you are at close range most of the time with your rig and you don't have a lot of slack in there so if you happen to set the hook with any sort of heavy hand and you have a shorter heavier rod and your fishing fine tip it. Is we often do. Then you're going to result in a lot of break us so that softer tip.

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"olsen" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"olsen" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

"True crime was like the ugly stepchild of any john. In in the when you went to the barnes and noble or whatever you would go to that back section with those horrible covers of what they look like. It wasn't it wasn't a classy move. But all of a sudden now you know like everybody a your mom or your grandma. Or your wife or your. Everybody seems to be a true crime. Fan right now and it's a it's the storytelling other podcast. That gets people sucked in a little bit like old radio shows. I imagine where you're listening but you know you're you're able to kind of imagine a little bit on your own and also you're taking it in when it's convenient for you so i think all of those come into play With this huge renaissance crime while looking forward to your to crime podcast. 'cause i watched them on netflix. Said and i listened to the tomato to podcasts. So yeah no that's good. What is your favorite. Are you allowed to say. Oh yeah i think so. I think about to say i cook case files and i liked that one. I like that style. you know. it's just kind of like an. Here's what happened. There's a lot of them too much. you know. I prefer that type of style like the people like drinking wine. Talk about to crime right. There's that style where there's a lot of banter. Yeah and all that mine is lou. What i'm trying to develop is more along the lines you like. Which is i really want to give people that inside. Look at the story from people who were in the story. So it's not just me chatting away about something with somebody and with a glass of wine. Yeah yeah i like does lot better to because yeah you get more into the story to must be great with your background to you know how to interview people and and get resource sources and all that stuff. Yeah now that's the part about Back to true crime versus fiction. Is that when you write true crime. Those people are with you forever in your life. You know they trusted you to write their story. And you burn anybody and you. You do respectful job as you can so they with you forever and then with fiction. It's like sometimes really allen. I can't ever remember who the characters were from a book or two ago. Because i've already written to since then you know what i mean..

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"olsen" Discussed on The Big Cruise Podcast

The Big Cruise Podcast

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"olsen" Discussed on The Big Cruise Podcast

"Who wanted to travel on the older style ship so she started the fleet for a bit And then in nineteen ninety six. They went about sort of full force into cruising suppose that purchase the former royal viking star which had also traveled as westwood Cruise lines start. What is he And she became Krisha for them given a pretty pretty significant rafe it and was renamed black watch so again robbery. Reusing those famous names and she stayed with the fleet until twenty twenty spoken about quite a bit One of those beautiful old role. Viking ships heritage back to the nineteen seventies in two thousand one Briamah which was. Actually i m crown cruise line ship when it was first when she said with q. Not for a while on the nineteen ninety s but she ended up being purchased by by fred olsen in two thousand one she was lengthened mom in bremerhaven which is pretty cool price and you can actually still find some some good information and videos online shows shipping cutting off in the new section. Being put inside she was significantly larger after a refit. and she reminds with them to this day Then another ship in two thousand six hundred sevices the buddhika which is shipped to the black watch. She also stayed with the company until two thousand twenty. Two thousand eight saw the introduction of bell moral which is Was tried to the coverage down the largest largest ship in athletes and she was another one that had been being bought from having previous scientists. She was row. Cruise lines crown But probably better known as norwegian crown from the wage increase lancashire salad with him for so many years Under that name. But she's being with fred allston since two thousand eight and that was the fleet at the at the time of the crew. Shutdown happened i'm ships live buddha. Khan black what. She actually sent him. We'll cruises station shelter new zealand in australia and asia quite quite regularly many listeners. From around the world probably recognize them But they were withdrawn withdrawn from service in twenty twenty and so become combination ships in turkey and then have now been on sold to be scrapped. Which is sad to say but to replace them. Fred olsen acquired the former amsterdam and rotterdam from holland america line which. I'm very not ships and they've been renamed bless inbar. Alice and of course. Those are the ones that you're talking about. Elliot when it comes to the resumption of cruising within you ships and they're by far the larger ships in the federal fleet and so we now have four ships now for ships in their fleet bullet. Baras raimo and Balmoral so when things get back to fully normal you should see the four of them selling around for some time to come and the company still under the control of the fifth generation family members. Because i'm gonna writing thinking was well. It's still is a norwegian company but the brand itself is most recognized in the uk well the cruise brand. Yes many that cruises a done out of youtube poets. But fred olsen has other interests in other parts of of the shipping and transportation industries..

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"olsen" Discussed on The Big Cruise Podcast

The Big Cruise Podcast

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"olsen" Discussed on The Big Cruise Podcast

"Fred olsen took command of one of his father's vessels at the age of twenty three the captain at twenty three. It's pretty impressive And so that was sort of foundation years of of the of the company And then if you fast forward to twentieth century by nineteen fourteen. The operation included forty four ships so You know much more than than one day. Passenger ships but for ships is is a big fleet Sadly drink a world will one twenty. Three of those ships were lost at gympie conflict which is a tragedy of course in. It's quite a similar story to How fleets across across the world particularly in europe where decimated during during world will one but the company rebounded and by nineteen twenty six. It in introduced rather it's I diesel powered ship in an era where most passenger ships were still powered by steam So they were a bit ahead of ahead of the curve. they're numb and that was a ship called the brandon and so she operated using diesel engines and this was sort of a a bit of a trend was sort of smaller. Motorcycles including in the uk had some some relatively large ones with the georgia. The britannic for watch that line but this this This ship predate studies But by several years End into the organization continued right the way through to world war two way again They had a very significant Loss of ships during that conflict as well and that included actually to relatively new ships that are being built for them Which when the black watch and the black prince and these names it will cop again. Because like many passengers shipping companies. Ulsan reuses famous names from its heritage. And so many people will recognize black watch and primarily black prints by these these pre predecessors of the ones that you probably remember Not pre world war era And then the price will not there was You know the nineteen fifties of the real boom impacts to travel and particularly the scale and scope of ships being built Off the wall and answer. Fred olsen's sleek grew any punishment instigation as the in the way that ships were constructed Which gave them sort of like a renaissance period of supporters Many shipping lines experience in the nineteen fifties survived survived wolf and then in nineteen sixty six. Two new ships put into service a new black watch new prints They entered service referred. Also in black prince is the one that you probably want to focus on because in nineteen eighty seven. She was given a significant and became a long-term chretien for fred olsen offering cruises rather than line voyages and she actually started the tradition of fred olsen's voyages from from europe. Uk to post like qadis in the canaries which they still do offer to this day so black prince was by today's standards a small ship but she remained in service Several decades after her refurbishment and was was it was a fan favourite amongst traditionalists..

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"olsen" Discussed on The Big Cruise Podcast

The Big Cruise Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"olsen" Discussed on The Big Cruise Podcast

"Family history. This week is all about fred. Also which we just briefly spoke about. what what. What's what's the story this week. Might i thought it was an interesting one. Because obviously they have been changing that fleet quite a bit the continue ships and as you mentioned of course what planning to commence inaugural voyages but the ships and the brand itself. Outside of the might not be one of the most known Cruise lines around there. But it's actually had a very long heritage. Yeah it has it so dates back. I'm one hundred seventeen years And all the way back to eighteen forties I says a family business which is which one of the things that's really interesting is being run by generations of the olson family and First An impressive Who founded the company was fridge olsen and his brothers will also captains of ships and i became ship owners so the family had a sort of a long deep rooted connection with shipping End as the company grew in terms of its size from small sort of sailing ships up to powered vessels. A variety of different members of the family were involved in operations running the company nine in eighteen seventy five to olsen took over an eight hundred full thomas. Fred olsen took command of one of his father's vessels at the age of twenty three the captain at twenty three. It's pretty impressive And so that was sort of foundation years of of the of the company And then if you fast forward to twentieth century by nineteen fourteen. The operation included forty four ships so You know much more than than one day. Passenger ships but for ships is is a big fleet

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"olsen" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"olsen" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Week. We have the us open. And i come back to father's day again because of all the father's day gifts that my family could give me. There's nothing that. I want more than the winning golfer at the us open for a weekly pool. I have an idea of whom you pick not gonna share. It don't want anyone else in. This pool are thirty people in the pool. I don't want anyone knowing our pick. And so this has been a torturous process picking each week but this golf pool man fancy golf i got into fancy basketball and it kind of took over my life and i live eat. Breathe that and now. It's fancy golf so we go from football season into fancy basketball too. Fancy golf to life fantasy and does it have me got my attention love that so. That's my father's day wish at somehow. We have the golfer on the right side this weekend. Whoever that turns out to be. I've got an idea of who isn't going to be another thing i'll tell you about it. It's got a friend who works on the korn. Ferry tour easterbrook fell a couple of weeks. Back at the memorial. Had an idea of who. I was going to pick a text texting my partner. Show the receipts. We're going to go either. Patrick can't leave or colin mark. Our that was gonna be our pick and my friend from the tour called me up. And he said talked to some of his friends in the gulf community. Which i asked him to do because i was so torn that week. And he said victor. I said victor half really. He said yeah. So i turned. Victor alvin and i walked collin morikawa and patrick canley the two guys that i was going to pick wind up in a playoff for the final win and i cannot tell you how that ruined my weekend so we do not want this weekend ruin this special weekend room when we want the right golfer and so that's what we're rooting for. We're ready for tj olson to get back home and we're rooting for our team to make the right pick. We'll see whether we can work that. I want to thank greg olsen for all time today gave us an awful lot of it and really appreciate that. Thank my great producer. Kristina buswell for putting up with me in putting together this podcast. I want to thank you listener. Tuning into another adam schefter podcasts. And we'll be back again in this spot next week one more week before. We take a little mini summer break. We'll be joined by the. Cbs analysts they four. Were pittsburgh steelers head. Coach man being inducted into the pro football hall of fame this summer. Bill cower scheduled to join us for next week's adam schefter podcasts and until then have a great father's day weekend be well and stay safe..

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"olsen" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"olsen" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Did. We just fell. Know something crazy. So you're either with us or not with us i. I think it's the most often. I will say i i like. I've always enjoyed marvel movies. But i'm not one of these kind of obsessed guys but this i thought was just the most creative terrific thing and i thought what was so amazing about your performance which i really wanted to pick your brain about was just in a way because each of these episodes is set in a different era. It's not playing just one character. There's so much that you have to tinker with in each. I mean there was an even just you. The physicality is just one aspect. But i thought it was interesting. There was a gift where i use it. When i let people know that this episodes coming up where somebody very creatively. I guess you were standing in the same part of the screen in each episode at one point or another they were able to zoom through where it's just changing your it shows your changing looks throughout each episode. But i mean it's it's a lot more than the external there these are. She's going through such different interesting things that each of these. So i guess i just wonder. Most things are not shot in sequence. That's one question i had like. Are you having to jump between eras. Are you having to like this. Was i think. I read one hundred and fifteen days. The shoe it's like let's create and then the pandemic in the middle. And i guess i just wanna you can talk about for you. What were the most exciting and daunting aspects of this particular thing..

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"olsen" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"olsen" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Division disney plus his first mcu tv series and the first series in phase. Four of the mc. You for which. She has garnered rave reviews and considerable emmy buzz. I'm talking of course about elizabeth olsen over the course of our conversation. The thirty two year. Old and i discussed why. The child stardom of her older twin sisters mary. Kate and ashley actually made her less interested in pursuing screen acting before adulthood the fateful series of events that led to her breakthrough first year in the business during which she made five films audition for the part of the on. Game of thrones and battled debilitating panic attacks. Why despite some reservations about appearing on a new tv platform after her frustrating prior experience with facebook watch she still agreed to do one division even though it would go out to the world through disney plus and why she so enjoyed playing wanda over the course of its nine half hour episodes which recreated multiple errors of tv sitcoms plus much more and so without further ado. Let's go to.

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"olsen" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"olsen" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Onto the remarkable leadership podcast. We are here each week. To help you lead more confidently and make a bigger difference both professionally and personally. This episode is sponsored by kevin's free weekly e newsletter. Unleashing your remarkable potential which is full of articles and resources to help you become a more confident and successful leader. Sign up by going to remarkable. Podcasts dot com forward slash newsletter and. Now here's your host kevin. Welcome to live with kevin and eastern time. The time zone. Which i live. It's noon and i'm so glad that you're here on this sunny day in indianapolis on the eighth day of march so glad that you're some of you though aren't with me live. You are with us later. And so let me. Just let me. Just dive in can i- prosperous. How does that. What word strike you. Does that feel like something for someone else or for some time in the future today. We're gonna talk about a new way to think about being prosperous and how to become more prosperous now and forever in the future. Welcome to another episode of the remarkable leadership. Podcast alive if you're not live it's not marks the eighth but either way. We're glad that you're here. And you can get future live episodes and therefore interact with us. See these episodes.