17 Burst results for "Omlund"

"omlund" Discussed on Sportify

Sportify

04:18 min | 4 months ago

"omlund" Discussed on Sportify

"Up some here. Do you have anything to add No they spent pleasure led to be back in. You cited i do. I think i have one more brownie chocolate brownie. One and i'm gonna have to go back to regular chocolate flavor. I could not find it so resigned campus and had a three hour break so go to like the convenience store and have and looking at waivers. I got like nothing but they were dying department because everybody knows what is right and i was like right. I'm has to settle frank. Nontraditional flavor got blueberry. Chris oh i was not disappointed. Not disappointed but then i went to the store like three days later. Do my shopping. And i was like hi. Can i get like a six pack blueberry. Chris couldn't find him. Couldn't find him anywhere. So i might have to make an order online. Here's a question for you. Chris bars directly clip art there on amazon Can't new ganz my favorite flavor. I'm gonna. It's gonna be a big year but i don't have much to work on k. Coconut chocolate chip. Honestly your china clerks like you're your on. You're like there. But i get like half right honestly. No but i wasn't necklace. Me just all you white macadamia you're correct. All not bad to is not that bad guys. I was thinking coconut. And milwaukee know you act dude dot com. Okay guys trying to figure out. If i can order myself blueberry chris they have seasonal flavors new seasonal flavors white chocolate cranberry spiced pumpkin pie. Peppermint bark pattern. That sounds. I wonder if i can get a negative sample cock-up one. I honestly think that you can with far both variety task thirty six view. Details god it is forty eight sixty. Yeah it is three of each of the following chocolate chip crunchy peanut butter white chocolate white chocolate. Next damian chocolate brownie who woman chocolate peanut butter banana. Dark jak which is a good flavor Sweet and salty chocolate chunk with seesaw. Coffee collection specifically vince vanilla omlund almond lot on loveline. Latin okay kosti. Collection dark chocolate mocha raising oatmeal raisin walnut blueberry crisp and nut butter bar chocolate peanut butter. Here's the deal. Out of twelve flavors. Three bars each of thirty six bart's out of this. Okay split fifty. Send me half of the bars and wohlers three of the. So you neither have to pick l. specific flavors we'd have to like spray choppy. Barks chopping bar got so okay all right. That was a very productive conversation. Now we have stop this recording so this sport five. Please go subscribe to social media. Which is podcast underscores on instagram and podcasts. Fortify case on.

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"omlund" Discussed on Fantasy Football Overtime

Fantasy Football Overtime

05:38 min | 5 months ago

"omlund" Discussed on Fantasy Football Overtime

"Else is left on the board stevenson would be alright. And maybe sony michelle to go with that stack have quarterback wide receiver tight end and then the running back. But i'm of a little revenge here for that russel gage snipe. And what are you talking about. All you know. It's here comes with kenny g. Kenneth gain well. You know what jean was my player. And wow you just go any gain role on unbelievable. Why are you kidding me. Nah i'm locked in on the board. You see it there you you wow okay So jake chuck horizon more one. Pick before me and you took any gain while i'm before me. That's exactly why. I didn't want to be in the middle of youtube guys. They knew that type of thing would happen. You did it with antonio brown jake russell gates to me no. I didn't do it to tom. Brady so like that stack. they'd centrum. You just made that pick despite me possibly. Oh man okay While we really want him he's plus literally they had him on my shrink same with more. I had him on my screen just waiting for it to get to me all right. How does he panic. Pivot on this one. I don't know i'm gonna go with marquette. Calloway wide receiver. He's having a really good. Preseason great put them on the board. We'll see carries over Yeah you called oh my pick actually reminders stevenson. Hopefully he gets them going areas little bit more work with cam newton as their starter. Potentially it's gonna hurt the goal and russia's for the irby's but back john should be take our eventually at some point one with assume so hopefully reminder get some goal line carries for me there. I like it Next jameis winston terrence marshall. Jacoby myers austin hooper and then starting the fourteenth sony. Michelle t y hilton omlund. Saint brown and devon booker devante booker. Devante devin is switching sports. The phoenix suns..

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"omlund" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

07:30 min | 6 months ago

"omlund" Discussed on No Jumper

"It was like a couple of us there. And they're like yeah. No listen to lucid dreams. I remember sitting there in. This guy is house like watching this video. And i'm like whatever the fuck this like. i couldn't even make out his face or who was right. I don't know who the fuck this kid is. But because i know what version. I was watching the shit because it was so new. You know what. I mean like I was like this. Is if i made music lake if i knew how like if i if i didn't selling friend dresser like this is what i would do like i would make music in the sense like you're mixing a bunch of genres together and being so good at it and me that went not even knowing his talent yet just like really hearing what you put together. Not knowing if he sat down with riders. If you did this if you did that what you did. And your process of recording which doesn't matter what you did to make your art because everyone makes differently but jared's way of making our as you have seen as is on it's profitable it's like. He's a prophet with that shit. Like that should not even fair. It's like us breathing. I mean that's the one thing that actively everybody whoever was around him in the studio pretty much agreed. He was the best that they ever saw in the when it comes down to jared amnesty. He is it's like putting a water a water. It's like putting fish in water and his element to the point that he's just breathing and it's amazing us but okay. How do we get from us seeing his music video to actually being around in a meeting so i saw his music video. And i'm gonna play this shit. I don't care what stadium in who i'm around like. I'm playing this shit. I was working at the club. I made them play like this. I was like dishes so fire like the you know. This is going to be huge. And then Ever messaging him. And i had message tim and i was like hey. I don't know because when i when i did. He had like barely any head like i. I wouldn't let anyone ad. I didn't like social media. You know what i mean. So ira being on his agenda. And i'm like he have no followers for people that i would normally like be like. Is this your song. I thought it was like a fan page. But it was actually. He was just. That knew that like no one knew him yet. And i'm like i remember being like i don't know if this is your like real page but like whoever the fuck this giusto person is is fucking fire like this music is keep it up like. Don't fucking stop this shit. So good and i played everywhere did like and then it was like three months later. Everyone was like yeah. This should spy and like on the radio it's everywhere and then by that process. Obviously we kept up and just what talk to each other here and there And then as time went on he would go out and talk to me more about what you was doing when it came down. Like he's like i'm upset and i'm like okay what's up. I'm like what would you mean. And i need like it out. I'm like you're just having a panic to sit down ladies. Like what do you mean a panic attack. Like no you like. No one knew around him what he was going through. And i'm like bro. You just gotta lay down. You gotta just you know. Put your hands in some like cold water with ice. Like lay down like the you know. Just give him like tips. I have anxiety. I have things like that like a lot of mental when it comes down to that mental health But i'm very aware of it. So i make sure that i have things that i would need for that. Or if i'm gonna pass out. I'm going to go ahead and put my. I'm like adam getting me this me. You don't even know like freak out and like tell you what i need. And 'cause i know where. Jared had no idea and the people around and not all people around him but the people that were around him daily that you would think that was doing that for him. Are you saying that like you know his friend or whatever it is somewhat should be there to be like. Hey this is cool like this what you should do. If you're having a panic attack not no. That's not real or feel worse about yourself or do like no so. I ended up actually being cool with him super close with him and we ended up like he was like. Hey i'm by. I know you're from jersey unlike fine. Cool my family's out that way anyway. I'll come see you go see them. Just smoke shell. You know what i mean and then fly home big deal over a week because from my perspective when he came through to the november office and did the exposed interview which was the first piece of content that we did with him he had a girlfriend before you and that's what he was with but then pretty soon after that didn't work out and then next time i saw him he was with you and that just kinda surprised me a little bit but everyone but when when i talked to him one thing that always stood out to him i just remember him telling me he just really didn't really seem comfortable being single like he he will make god now we will talk to me about the his snappy single if his life depended on like his friends basically talent brought you should do some thought shit like you should fuck these groupies whatever and i even told me that like when he kinda tried that it really just left him not feeling good so jared's he's like are his mind works so fast he's already thinking about eight different things so everyone's like are let's this thought that this that he's like well me i wanna be hi i'm chilling i'm gonna drink omlund linda this i'm gonna do that i can't be comfortable being like that and i don't trust these bitches i don't even know which is middle name is last name she take my change and take my money she could take she car people up here like he he's not he's sort chicago's very very wise and that's something that no robbers are normally thinking about i can the case thing and he's smart he's not and then when i can't he's very smart with that shit it's like he already knew and that's why he always had some one with him now then he realized okay i can have people with me who i choose not who i'm like because they're here i have to know this is my show i'm ju- swirl this is my world and that's like this is do what you would what's the best for you. What makes you comfortable when it comes down to this or that or who are you know what i mean. He's like no. Yeah you're right this like my family like my this my that. Like and yeah. I don't like to go now. I remember finding no his real age when like we already dating eighteen he was he was nineteen and i was twenty five and again like i said i want to go smoke and show him and like affleck friendly. How mere smoke did interview up leave. You know what i'm saying like. Chilin jared literally literally he Kidnapped me is the only way we could say it's it's it's like a joke that we would say but it happened. I don't own anything from my house except for my dogs. Like he wasn't trying to have you leave. He was just like me leave leg. I didn't go. i couldn't go get underwear from my old house. I didn't know he bought me brand new everything. I didn't leave because then we're on next tour. I had to go to tokyo with him or he willing to go and do the tour and tokyo your passport. He actually for my passport. It was already on the way. Because i was supposed to go on a girl's trip and.

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"omlund" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

03:39 min | 6 months ago

"omlund" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

"And i did a total of zero. Oh that's so adam of you damn. I didn't do all of them. But i will. If somebody came up to boston sorry at you would have been would have been too much driving in one day too much. Yeah it's never too much driving dude it to see you not to see me These are just excuses. no it was Oh we're gonna have a boyfriend girlfriend fight right now. i miss you more. I miss you artless. Shift gears over to Community this was an interesting announcement to see and As i disclosed earlier we're recording. This prior to the news going live runner embargo. So we're talking about it but we don't know how the community is gonna react so adamant. I'm interested in hearing your heartache. Here but evey is our next community day polka mind. And yeah that's It's a little weird. I don't know it we're gonna it's re- people camman charm under. I know they're doing it a little different this time. I just had heights four joy. What they're doing. I had hoped for an odd ball issue pokemon to be back in the rotation of like a starter an odd ball in a starter in an odd ball. Like you know. That's what i had hoped for. But this is what they're doing to to make it kind of unique and different. And i gotta say i like this a lot like i really like so again just like last time for evi two day community day event. Eleven five both days. But there's benefits that actually start the friday from friday to monday friday at ten. Am through monday at ten. Am pacific time not local pacific but get this shit evolving ev. To any of its evolutions will grant it an exclusive move that varies by evolution vapourised omlund skuld joel chandler zap. Ken flairy on superpower. Spn shadow ball ambience. Psychic leafy on bullet seed glaciation water pulse and sylviane size shock so all exclusive moves that would be you know elite tm..

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"omlund" Discussed on Rap It Out

Rap It Out

03:01 min | 10 months ago

"omlund" Discussed on Rap It Out

"Everybody i are doing out there while the to bring today we'll take the excuse me i'm sorry saying on my back men to say we're taking a field trip to europe and today going to be meaning milkshake. They regard i would like office is from martin's of thought there so milkshake alabama twenty four. I'm from portugal. Ben making beats sans while almost three years now is going to be. It's going to be three years. This april if i'm not mistaken And yeah been doing it ever since found like started from just you know joking around like omlund start making beats in all that ended up finding a passion for it and stick with until now so nice nine nine day. You may be actually pretty cool. Yeah i'm a beat maker. That's awesome kudos kudos to you for that all right. Let's kind against his more action. All right we'll be traveling back at the time and on a little history. So how music store for you. Can you say that again. A little bit of the connection. You said how. Jenny music star for you are. They started As i said like a we were joking around like nina. A few friends of mine My best friend is also a beat maker. And i joked around like oh yeah. I'm to start doing the same shade as you do. And all that. And he said. I then just download nfl studios or something and see what you can do. And from that point like the. The first beets are always super trashy. You don't know what you're doing or anything but with time everything you know you start to improve and everything so i starting to improve. I actually seeing some results. And i was like i then i can actually make this happen and from there just made it like every single day. New beat a two or three. It depends like on the mood but just from dan. Dan on like you just started grinding up the ladder trying to to get as high as you can..

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"omlund" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

TT Filmpodcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"omlund" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

"Deleted today Fourteen four you tell a high ability cookie the that'd be the them dan don't don't already become a boss head oxford to knock at the office of there. Then i won't miss someday factors and he'll knock it. Released is knock it also from dad. Absolute expedient paul this to how sunday east is six months hazel. Want to do that really today. Delhi's being taken the new scotty. Moten store poor if being something so useful data. Okay the into cameron the some get every The counselor addict Data so they really feel michelle. Meme skullcap al-miligi anew morality on the as internationally normal typical william at the shuttle blew tanker. Lovely in the heck thing some Cannot don's can gab. It drop will set the farkash ounce lawrence at this way. I'm john how they you saw more about thing to say in novi repor hoop so be lobotomy. Adela up the various nakhila together on the poor. The messenger omlund hara. Hbo walk through la in the flight. Attendant set claughton alabama fouls nathan will. Do you know -opoly at us on kahlil cocoa some spillover from cassie about a new home from the big bang theory. I e men league poor sta can see. I'm alex on the plane. We had dinner bangkok. We went back to his hotel. No what i woke up in the morning she was so alive. Why don't you clean it up. I don't know okay. Kissed up thinking the guy in three seat dot. She knows more than she say. The fbi want permission about keep digging.

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"omlund" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

The Plastic Podcasts

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"omlund" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

"What i learned a when. I was admitted in circumstances and yeah it was six months of age. I started in the for the hudson's hung's which was for the younger children. And then i moved on three and a half a pint State that until i was when i went to stay with my mother and stepfather. I'm going to talk about that in a second if i may. But first of all let's rewind slightly until your to your mother and father meeting. I mean you've talked about in in your book but They met at cambridge didn't they. That's fine my mother was in her. Another was studying classics. She went in one thousand nine hundred five so the last year of the second world war. She got scholarship. And your mother's irish. Yes heritage in the sense that it was her. Great grandparents was the generation that were born talking armand. My grandparents were born in liverpool in eighteen. Ninety six and my mother was born in liverpool in nineteen twenty six. I actually commissioned genealogists from dublin to look into irish richard side fascinating because there wasn't much records except my great aunt. Cade had written a letter to mind cousin setting out. Quantum bits of family history on the genealogy said that that was upset. Fantastic those with the If the clues that he needed to explore much much much more deeply into our irish have and he was able to go back to the eighteen forties. Maywood as good work actually. That's very good work with the lack of where you know. Show the record. Dot billion for various reasons terms of the one of the key sentences eighteen something other eight was fire in dublin. Destroyed destroyed lots of of the of the records but it was the church records coast where everybody registered at birth and death in the church in omlund thought in this country is wrong dot spin a huge source of information for many people looking for their family history so your mother is of our heritage in studying classics at cambridge at cambridge. And my father was nigerian and he hadn't been awarded a scholarship to study law in again in cambridge. And we're talking about the second period of the second world war. My father came over in nineteen forty two in the middle of the second world war. I thought was interesting. He started his studies. I think trinity hole on my mother. I was nineteen forty-five at newnham college to study classics. I don't. I've never found out how they met or anything like that would have be nice but by the time i was really curious about the the both deceased any us. Anybody so your your your mother your mother your father and you follow the metro mother. And you -able nine months and nineteen forty seven and my mother wasn't married and catholic. The whole irish catholic heritage can imagine so you can just unimaginable. The shock was for my mother when she was pregnant. And i've only caught is quite good that i had this. I have the oral history from my aunts. My mother's youngest sister unfairly very close to him and my mother wouldn't didn't tell parents she was pregnant. It was my grandmother. The realized situation when she was finishing signed address for my skirt was during the fitting tight. Measure around my mom's waste when she six months pregnant of my grandmother quickly. What the situation was to horror. Everybody's ora my grandfather was a stalwart of the catholic church was friends with the local parish priest and he went straight the parish priest to seek advice and they and also. My mother was a bright student at cambridge university. You know it was a bit of status going on there and a desire to enable another to complete studies which she didn't in the end but not due to lack of support. I mean i think some of retaliation that my mother to drop out in spite of oil oil the connections and support that she got between the church and my family on university university Knew that she was pregnant. They told that she talked to nervous. Breakdown Bring a billeting enough Island at an for me. When i came across these papers i was fascinated because i was bought up very much in a strict catholic environment in a company. Come on and on my contact with the catholic church lasted until i was sixteen. When i left my gren-grenada grandma mother's house and you know you're taught never to lie and bitter and sort of see all these papers. The collusion going on between the church and the university said university to so the lies that were being told and think well. That's interesting so you can lie in certain circumstances but not in others but there was a multi support from my mother had to sign. Yes so at three months old you will take it into the Into the care of the church. Six six months was taken into the father. Hudson's homes which were in birmingham. And i stayed the Until i was five. I think and then i moved to the not with house convent. The children's side again in birmingham and my memories of nostrils I don't remember. I vaguely have a memory of being on the verandas as a toddler so that would have been the father hudson sons. But it's it's not with house children's home that i remember that i started describing intensify memoirs. Blow your resort overall..

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"omlund" Discussed on Grit and Grind

Grit and Grind

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"omlund" Discussed on Grit and Grind

"And it's done without any wearables Almost we finish is just plug in where location is an system. Do they don't have to have it up to a cell phone or anything like just trying to make it as easy as The first thing that comes to mind is that that is something that i would definitely want or or a lot of my founding members however are people okay with given up that much data about themselves. I mean that. Sounds like a lot of checking. I think as a company. You're gonna have a lot of responsibility with regards to keep in that data safe. Is i mean. From the conversations you've had initial users potentially usually spoken to our people with that that amount of information being collected about their lives. I know that you know people found out about you. Know amazon echos and and the and the alexes recording when they're not supposed to and everybody freaked out and it sounds like this thing is going to know everything about you know people okay with that now. People are not okay with that In i in this is what i'm doing to confront that ish. So with the data. I'm hip a certified. So i understand how the healthcare data needs to be stored and encrypted. but i'm taking it a bit further than that would put all the data on basically. They're going to their data. I'm not going to own. I'm not gonna be like base elsewhere. I- i- harvest data and to all the companies that they can look at all or whatever i want 'em have ownership of their and and it'd be like wall so i've been king is how i can integrate blockchain technology so that i can protect the people who stayed at kirkby house made but i company omnibus health. No desire to asia or to sell that. We wanna protect slot. So that's primarily the way that we're going to protect that that data and ensure that look they can take that information and give it to their their doctor. You know it can go anywhere with them. And they'll be owners of it. If they want to sell their data they had thought about that as a positive extreme to be kind of an intermediary senior to sell their data to medical device at the hospital. You know i would. I would is the way of doing it. But i'm just impressed. I shouldn't be the one who that data and makes money off of this. It's wrong and the big concern for us. All in it should be so untrained higher road in that approach and soon shirt. I protect their data and i made sure they. So i mean we've got a mix of as here we have Hardware you working with manufacturers and designers cheered to get all that done you got working on the pads algorithm to do all these calculations using a bunch of different sensors now lacking in the mix. How you stand up segments all these technologies. I'm sure you have to learn as you go along or did you just have all the information at the knowledge arts and this or you'll you self studying as you go along as well. Yeah i'm self studying. And i always been interested in blockchain and i have done some bit mining on. That was another company so always been and lachine management. It's always has had an interest in Just when we started having issues with the protection of crime earnings no omlund. These things have been the news. Get thinking originally. I was like whoa. It's gonna mean no house on by servers. And i'm quoting data but i you know i was like know i can encrypt it until the but i can't even further and i need you know to to ensure that the song so that's a big blockchain actually opposite entire so i stay current on the industry blockchain technology. there's a few medical blockchain deans startups. That i that primarily. I i will reach out to have more partnerships So that i'm not come up with the botchy infrastructure. That i i would rather partner could really be fitness chamber concert. You know i still have to seek for technology in whereas But i definitely pretty in working in developing the partnerships eilly label. When i point where. I'm clicking that. Is there a time all this. I mean do you as a bootstrap or you know. I think that you know just from my understanding of what you're doing. I think tether in the lions being researcher an entrepreneur Searchers can go on forever. They can just continue to research and then finally when it's ready for commercial application. They were just deliberate and Do you have a timelines for this. Ucla while most most artists would say launched in six months. And we're gonna just you know drive this thing as fast as possible to get that v. one out there like that or know when happens it happens in the acknowledging moves fast. You know. I think that to think that the only one working on this you know would be something that issue artists that is not true. You know so. So is a universe you know. What's what's your deadline here now. I'm always in a rush. Yeah i do have timelines so ice So there's a lot of dependencies in regards my time line because the sensors that i'm working with currently in beta so that's if the i'm working with texas instruments so thank god. I'm working with a larger partner. But i'm dependent on their time line to be able to sell this sensor to consumers is they're the ones who are doing great work and So he expect to have our beta test Launch into second curve of twenty twenty and then we launched commercially quarter of.

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"omlund" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

Not Another Mum Pod

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"omlund" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

"So many levels so don't Worry would definitely gonNA dedicate a pod to marriage in our culture but today's more about how we met her husband's and just giving you guys a little bit more of a chance to get to know. US Better. Definitely. So that leads to mock questions. How did you meet your husband? Okay. So basically, my dad found him and he didn't even show the guy to me and we just didn't see each other we we just got married. Or? Feeding. This is the real growing anyone who knows me and he's listening will be Really Gossiping about this and probably saying these new heard the rumors and she always denied it. So it took me ages to find him a told you start it really young. I had to kiss a lot frogs figuratively speaking in order to find someone suitable. Yes, it was very speaking. At hundred, one day my sister no said we really need to think outside the box and it's not just finding someone through aunties. We had this really infamous Dolly Anti recalled who has always matchmaking and she still does it She does feel really large always helps on so we just couldn't rely on her own and she said, why don't we look for nine what cat single Muslim I think in those days was of that time I think single Muslim was relatively near and my cousin and I we created a fake account and I call myself honey honey underscored you I don't know why I think she came up with it but she denies it On aim right Oh. My God you know, King we have even discussed it lightly. We were like, oh. We show that. We're really sweet. You know that was kind of clean thinking. carry-on. Say we had a look. So I was just for fun. We just had a quick look but then when my sister got involved, she said, well, really really knuckle down and look at all the profiles and she found only five been goalie guys in the whole database like five out of which one was in London, and although I am from Birmingham ice to be Leonard all the time like every weekend we're supercross to my sister. No so. I would see her all the time and my nieces and Yeah. So she found this one gun I remember sitting in her living room I still remember the day you know is it a sunny afternoon and she said Hey naff. Look at this guy and she started to read the guy's description of his potential wife of what he wants I. Know It's really Kuni. Maybe today fire radio I'd be like McGovern the hell no, he's probably gay. And I read it Oh. My Gosh you know the so nice does so nice. You wrote this poem something about finding a wife who would complete his journey to John now something like that. I recall it was very spiritual, but it was definitely a poem. They're definitely stanzas I do remember who? I'm not joking if I find out literally put it in the show notes of this episode as well or One second, Ed, to compose. Who? taught me yeah that you can be telling me how you husband I did not expect it to be true single Muslim. Article. Is GonNa be on isn't it? Or maybe. Most you know and you like is met over the Sherack something Oh my God Mitch. Kidding secondly, I, can't believe he will oppose him like other the to laugh or cry you know what? That moment fortunately for him I laughed. But I kind of giggled and a and A and I actually thought it was copied and never thought for one second that he actually wrote that he told me way after marriage that he wrote that I was so shocked literally couldn't believe how good it was. Do you have the poem somewhere I'm going to get out if I find it I'll definitely add it to the show notes and then you can read it along. Let's just hope you're still married off to do all that year. Let's see I did tell him today I said to him today we're GONNA be talking about you and he was like really what you're going to be saying at that moment I was cooking some prunes chinese-style, prone sweet and Sour, and he said Oh is it like a marriage that the you making sweet and Sour He No. I'm going to be talking about today. I mean he was like, Oh my God what revealing about us and I said, oh. Well, you'll have to see. Yeah. No his reaction is wall after he listens to this. I'm. Not. into this or you might. Walk. May is going to be on the Internet inquiries go set himself. I'll notice listens 'cause I. Hear It. You'll be. So. Yeah. That's how he met. How about you. Okay. So my story is a little bit different a move to to buy when I was twenty years old. My sister had already been living out there for years with the husband and their kids, and she told me to come and join her out there. So whilst in London was looking at jobs online. Apply for a job as like an associate editor for magazine over there. Will the interviews and everything like skype or whatever it was in those days and then moved out and literally met him first week where did you meet him or I imagine me twenty four year old living away for the first time ever like even through Unia. Stay at home and everything some even away for the first time in another country my sister who's supposed to be living with was still on holiday on Dan. And when I went there had nobody anew nobody. A went to this new job in the middle of the desert I didn't know single-person a she oversee said, don't worry as soon as I come back from holiday Omlund introduced everyone gonNa make friends but she said until then do not say no to any invitations if anyone invites you to anything just say, yes and that's how you GonNa make friends right for you know I'm just to do. It. So this person is to what quit the graphic designer at the magazine's working full he basically said look you know Bungee. People are meeting. Tonight is going to be as scales there. You might make some friends what ECON within a restaurant in divine generic would remote Bawadi celebrities are on the went at re could really uncomfortable as the only non Arab fails only person in job their. First Time up into something we were discussing ghost together look very hot quite shouted up until that point. As, his last to quit. So the guy whose birthday was I'll just not a high happy birthday and. Our thanks and that was actually my husband Oh, my God that day. So I just him he was like, yes. Some Arab guate- whatever right. I wouldn't set next these goals and that she made friends with eminem still friends with now. And he swimming he thought of and he'll thinking why she speaking to me in English full. So He's always on Sierra just pretending to be really cool. Yeah, and that was that and then I kept bumping into him light. So be go to like these different events and whatever, and he'd always be there every time I saw him and he'd always look out for me. It was make sure that had. And make sure that I had lost someone English speaking to sit next to to speak to me and all that kind of stop and he was really hospitable. Really Nice. Really friendly. Added me on facebook Ninja Block. So he asked her. Agony pretty much immediately after I saw him the first time, and then you know the guy who had invited me to the Party and method to look car from yesterday he's added mill face but wash. And he was like, you know.

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"omlund" Discussed on Business School

Business School

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"omlund" Discussed on Business School

"I can have the Freakin pizza at night or not paying the price. Stickers Bar after dinner, one night and metabolic not pay the price because I've set myself up to be okay with that stuff so. Do I want to drive energy shut energy I look at meals as performance meal recovery meal. That's really good. Yeah, so okay so I'm sitting here I look that. French fries and a coke. That is not going to be a performance. In an hour I'm asleep. Okay, but I have the OMLUND and the avocado I know I eat that. That's a performance meal or skip a meal and let's a performance. Drive my Energ-. So I just look at it like that, so soak timberlake. My days is and again. This is what works best for me. Is that I have a bulletproof coffee in the morning with Collagen, protein, powder and fats gone. This place called TO BE KITO DOT COM. They have this creamer. That is insane. It's all fat baby, says the MCAT oil the key? It has like lion's Mane with brain performance so I do that in the morning for breakfast. That's my performance meal. Lunch I'll do something type of meal. It's a smaller meal with no carbs too big of a meal or too many carbs. That performance becomes a a shutdown recovery meal. And I get to dinner and there's always a big meal a of carbs for me because I want to shut it all down, make myself blazing. Replenish my my my muscle glycogen. All that stuff am good. That's works best free, and how do I know that it's my Schmidt isn't jekyll and his doctor Jt. My sleep my hunger mood. My my cravings state in check bat way no matter how much stress under. You always told me about the SH- MAC. Right the the hunger. The mood, the mood, the energy and the cravings scrapings yeah yeah. So good. I WANNA give everybody the one tip which. I probably use this. You don't even know this, but I probably use it three times a week now. Maybe four times a week. A lot of times I forget to drink water and. I'll get I'll feel like I've at least have enough awareness in my body now to feel dehydrated and I remember once texting you saying hey brad. I'm feeling dehydrated. Regardless of how much water I drink today like I. Still feel thirsty and dehydrated, and you said Hey, you're missing a bunch of minerals, but these drops in and literally.

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"omlund" Discussed on Espa?ol con Juan

Espa?ol con Juan

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"omlund" Discussed on Espa?ol con Juan

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"omlund" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

12:46 min | 2 years ago

"omlund" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Joining me on this podcast slash weekend editor. Brad Omlund hey that's me it writer widely everyone one okay. So this morning everybody got up early to For the Oscar nominations. Basically you know in advance of the Academy Awards they announce all the nominated films. This is you know a big Shindig that happens every year and always there surprises there snub. CBS we'll get to that But I guess let's let's go through the main categories I guess actually itchy. What what is the big story? GotTa this is a joker. Yeah Joker is leading the pack with a lemon eleven nominations and that's the Muslim nations of all the other films though. Irishman Irishman wants part. Time in Hollywood in nineteen seventeen trail closely behind with ten nominations each but it seems that joker is the front runner for this last year and already earning a lot of ir amongst film twitter which I hate to say that word but yes. It's it's become this year's years green book I I think it's safe to say way. What is becoming? The joker has But it seems like the academy likes it a lot. You know after covering this industry for fifteen years I've I've really not care about the about award season. I used used to be so into it before it got into writing about movies. I you know the Kaddoumi Wardrobe make my super bowl. Like I would be so excited. Sit Down that night Mike. Watch the Academy Awards and I don't know what it is after. You're discovering I've cared less and less but why should we care of the Academy Adamy. Words is it because I mean obviously there's some financial Stuff here right like if a film Win Academy Award. That means that more people are go to see that film and also the people involved. Methadone won't get a better chance of making something cooler and better in the future and in addition does that. I think it's a barometer of history right like we look back. Probably wrongfully like what films were you know nominated won the Academy Academy Awards in years past. Is that why we should care. I think yeah you basically said it. All it's still an industry benchmark and despite spider grousing about what films got now made. What films didn't it still is? A big barometer for. What movies mattered that year and has been a bright launchpad ad for rising filmmakers? The reason that Greta Gerwig and able to do Vernay have such Standing as they do now because they got nominated for a best picture sure and I don't think that if they had if they hadn't gone those nomination I don't think they would have quits the club. They have now And but you know the Oscars often. It didn't more often than not get it wrong. I saw a tweet. Today's comparing the eleven nominations that joker had versus the four nominations that texture ashtrays had and zero nominations. That King of comedy had which is hilarious since the since Joker is very heavily inspired by both S. T. D.'s. That is funny. Brad what do you think like. Should we like. How much do you care about the Oscars? I like watching them. You know I enjoy the movies is that I really love Also championed by the Academy But continuing I'd just wish that they would get a little bit more diversified both in the nation of of underrepresented races and also just different kinds of stories. They're they're always obsessed with certain kinds of movies every single year and I wish they would just get a little bit more Bold and brave and really recognized movies that deserve to be recognized simply. Because you know like the the biggest bummer about you know things like female Directors not getting recognized in the best actor category at Saks because Continues to keep you know directors at a distance in the overall industry. You know the reason that Someone said this on twitter and unfortunately I forget who but like the reason people know more about Greta. Gerwig in Asia do Rene. Today is because they've been nominated for Academy Awards before and so then with the more you nominate funeral directors more. You'll get to know them. And the more they'll get higher to be able to do high profile projects and you know produce that get nominated for more Oscars. It's interesting a few years ago. Oscars there was the whole Oscar. So white thing to happen in social media and it seemed like the kind of responded to that in a big way but it it seems to have kind of gone back. Yeah hasn't it like like it seems like there's some notable filmmakers of diversity in both sex sex and color that like miserably missing from these awards. We'll get to that okay. Let's talk about the best picture nominees. We'll just talk about the big ones here Best Picture We have a longer. We have four verse. Ferrari the Irishman Jeju. Rabbit Joker little women marriage story nineteen seventeen once upon upon a time in Hollywood in parasites. So what do you guys think about. What is are you excited about any of these like that that they made it in? Are you upset that anything everything did make. I'm quite excited about a few of these Parasite for one is a major Nomination because not only is the first South South Korean Films Ever Get nominated for an Oscar. got both a best picture nomination as well as best foreign language film which makes the six films ever get Both those those categories Be Nominated for both those categories and It was kind of something that was expected. Because parasite is one of the most Acclaimed Lane films of the year and spinning nonstop. Positive buzz so people were really gunning for that best picture nomination but one that I was really pleasantly surprised to see nominated because has it hadn't been getting any awards. Buzz Was Little Women and this is the film that I absolutely adore door and it's getting a lot of critical praise as well but there was that story a couple of weeks ago I don't WanNa see little woman who was talking to Academy voters Male voters specifically clea who talked unanimously. But how they didn't WanNa see little men because they they didn't think it was for them and they didn't want to put in the time to watch it and it was something something that I think was really stacking the odds against little women Because a lot of people hadn't seen it although I do think that it was starting to gain more exposure and buzz after its holiday release and I was just so happy to see its best picture. Not because it gotten the shaft and so many of the previous Awards the ceremonies except for Sir Sharon For Best Actress but like all the other nominations even Greta Gerwig didn't get a lot of best director. Nominations Ashi doesn't here but I was really the happy to see a best picture nod for little woman. I still have not seen little women. I'M GONNA have to see it. I I know but I've seen like two of the film adaptions today. I'm not a big fan of the the story. I'm not a big period. Drama Kinda Guy I I used to. I grew up in Massachusetts. Actually not that far I mean You know a drive away from the little women House the House That I guess it was based on none I wanNA. I don't even know at this point so sadly I I I don't hate little women. I'm not a guy that doesn't want to see a movie about little women. It's just I I've never I like Greta Gerwig so much so I'm going to have to give it a chance now but I think that she has such a great modern approach to this film. I think he would really like it. Even if you don't like period films but also you didn't like the favorite so I don't really no but I encourage you to give a chance little woman because it is so fantastic and the Portland says are all stellar. So it's just a movie that fills your heart though I highly recommend seeing it before the Oscars at least a. I'm excited. That marriage story made it. I knew that it was probably going to get some nominations. And in the acting categories but I'm glad it was one of my favorite films this year. And I'm glad that it's a picture bread. Do you have any surprises snubs. He's here in the best picture. Category Well I'm very excited. The JITTER AVID got nominated I. It seemed fairly likely Even though it wasn't necessarily universally Lee received by people in the critical community and in the film community some people. Just don't Accept the stat tire and how it approaches World War Two when Nazis in the Holocaust. But I love that movie so glad that it got nominated and yeah. I think that the one problem I have with this Run since there's only nine films uh-huh is that there should have been attentive nominated since they can have ten films and that final movie should've been the farewell fair enough okay. Let's best director rector actually bread if you had to pick not what you want to win but what is going to what is going to win. Best Picture I'm honestly fleet not entirely sure but it's it's tough because we're basing all the love for the joker today. It seems like the economy is really in for that but the academy also loves movies about you know old Hollywood so once upon a time in Hollywood is a front runner too you so if I had to guess for sure I would probably say joker or once upon a time in Hollywood Scorsese is like on the in New York that he rarely early gets dominations gets gets the statue I should say I I think I think you're right. I think it's it's probably be joker. Okay who who do you think it's going to be I. Am You have a hard time like what you want into win if it. If it's joker I will riot but I get the sinking feeling that it's joker but I do want to say one great thing about parasite is that a lot of the Oscar Academy voter buzz around it From what I've seen on twitter and people who report it frequently on the Oscar trail is that parasite is one of the films that hasn't gotten any detractors yet. From any of the voters like their films that people say. Oh it's great but this like Like once time in Hollywood. It's great but this violence or Irishman is great. But it's long but parasite according to the the. The buzz has not gotten any of that negative reactions. It's going to get the It's great but we're GONNA vote for that for the foreign though. I mean probably but let you know a fine joker. Whatever I don't care I will say best? Like a joker is an exceptionally well made film and I think in in every single category except for story like it is firing on all cylinders. It's just unfortunate because you know movies are storytelling media so so I think that script is pretty weak. So I think it's probably GonNa be joker sadly But Yeah I. I don't want to be down on joker because because I I do think there is You know it is a well-made film Okay let's talk about best director We have Would we have five nominees air. We have the Irishman Martin Scorsese. We have joker Todd Phillips. We've nineteen seventeen Mendez. We've once upon a time in Hollywood Winter Tino and Parasite Bong Jun Wu. Oh and What here is there any? I guess there's a bunch of snow here. Hd You mentioned earlier little women as a surprise is in the best picture category. Yes Greta GERWIG 's name is missing from this director list. I think Greta Gerwig far away. Deserves that best director slot that taught Philip says and I think that she directs little woman with such confidence and precision and such modern it modernity to it that She if if it's going to be best picture nominated it should definitely be a desert Does is definitely deserving that best director nod and it would break up the sausage best that is currently inhabiting the best director category. I I just I do think that Greta Gerwig is one of the directors of this generation and It's a travesty that she has been nominated for this film which I actually liked even better than lady bird and I am. I'm upset about it. I am in a rage. Well you know what Brad..

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"omlund" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"omlund" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Joining me on this podcast slash weekend editor. Brad Omlund hey that's me it writer widely everyone one okay. So this morning everybody got up early to For the Oscar nominations. Basically you know in advance of the Academy Awards they announce all the nominated films. This is you know a big Shindig that happens every year and always there surprises there snub. CBS we'll get to that But I guess let's let's go through the main categories I guess actually itchy. What what is the big story? GotTa this is a joker. Yeah Joker is leading the pack with a lemon eleven nominations and that's the Muslim nations of all the other films though. Irishman Irishman wants part. Time in Hollywood in nineteen seventeen trail closely behind with ten nominations each but it seems that joker is the front runner for this last year and already earning a lot of ir amongst film twitter which I hate to say that word but yes. It's it's become this year's years green book I I think it's safe to say way. What is becoming? The joker has But it seems like the academy likes it a lot. You know after covering this industry for fifteen years I've I've really not care about the about award season. I used used to be so into it before it got into writing about movies. I you know the Kaddoumi Wardrobe make my super bowl. Like I would be so excited. Sit Down that night Mike. Watch the Academy Awards and I don't know what it is after. You're discovering I've cared less and less but why should we care of the Academy Adamy. Words is it because I mean obviously there's some financial Stuff here right like if a film Win Academy Award. That means that more people are go to see that film and also the people involved. Methadone won't get a better chance of making something cooler and better in the future and in addition does that. I think it's a barometer of history right like we look back. Probably wrongfully like what films were you know nominated won the Academy Academy Awards in years past. Is that why we should care. I think yeah you basically said it. All it's still an industry benchmark and despite spider grousing about what films got now made. What films didn't it still is? A big barometer for. What movies mattered that year and has been a bright launchpad ad for rising filmmakers? The reason that Greta Gerwig and able to do Vernay have such Standing as they do now because they got nominated for a best picture sure and I don't think that if they had if they hadn't gone those nomination I don't think they would have quits the club. They have now And but you know the Oscars often. It didn't more often than not get it wrong. I saw a tweet. Today's comparing the eleven nominations that joker had versus the four nominations that texture ashtrays had and zero nominations. That King of comedy had which is hilarious since the since Joker is very heavily inspired by both S. T. D.'s. That is funny. Brad what do you think like. Should we like. How much do you care about the Oscars? I like watching them. You know I enjoy the movies is that I really love Also championed by the Academy But continuing I'd just wish that they would get a little bit more diversified both in the nation of of underrepresented races and also just different kinds of stories. They're they're always obsessed with certain kinds of movies every single year and I wish they would just get a little bit more Bold and brave and really recognized movies that deserve to be recognized simply. Because you know like the the biggest bummer about you know things like female Directors not getting recognized in the best actor category at Saks because Continues to keep you know directors at a distance in the overall industry. You know the reason that Someone said this on twitter and unfortunately I forget who but like the reason people know more about Greta. Gerwig in Asia do Rene. Today is because they've been nominated for Academy Awards before and so then with the more you nominate funeral directors more. You'll get to know them. And the more they'll get higher to be able to do high profile projects and you know produce that get nominated for more Oscars. It's interesting a few years ago. Oscars there was the whole Oscar. So white thing to happen in social media and it seemed like the kind of responded to that in a big way but it it seems to have kind of gone back. Yeah hasn't it like like it seems like there's some notable filmmakers of diversity in both sex sex and color that like miserably missing from these awards. We'll get to that okay. Let's talk about the best picture nominees. We'll just talk about the big ones here Best Picture We have a longer. We have four verse. Ferrari the Irishman Jeju. Rabbit Joker little women marriage story nineteen seventeen once upon upon a time in Hollywood in parasites. So what do you guys think about. What is are you excited about any of these like that that they made it in? Are you upset that anything everything did make. I'm quite excited about a few of these Parasite for one is a major Nomination because not only is the first South South Korean Films Ever Get nominated for an Oscar. got both a best picture nomination as well as best foreign language film which makes the six films ever get Both those those categories Be Nominated for both those categories and It was kind of something that was expected. Because parasite is one of the most Acclaimed Lane films of the year and spinning nonstop. Positive buzz so people were really gunning for that best picture nomination but one that I was really pleasantly surprised to see nominated because has it hadn't been getting any awards. Buzz Was Little Women and this is the film that I absolutely adore door and it's getting a lot of critical praise as well but there was that story a couple of weeks ago I don't WanNa see little woman who was talking to Academy voters Male voters specifically clea who talked unanimously. But how they didn't WanNa see little men because they they didn't think it was for them and they didn't want to put in the time to watch it and it was something something that I think was really stacking the odds against little women Because a lot of people hadn't seen it although I do think that it was starting to gain more exposure and buzz after its holiday release and I was just so happy to see its best picture. Not because it gotten the shaft and so many of the previous Awards the ceremonies except for Sir Sharon For Best Actress but like all the other nominations even Greta Gerwig didn't get a lot of best director. Nominations Ashi doesn't here but I was really the happy to see a best picture nod for little woman. I still have not seen little women. I'M GONNA have to see it. I I know but I've seen like two of the film adaptions today. I'm not a big fan of the the story. I'm not a big period. Drama Kinda Guy I I used to. I grew up in Massachusetts. Actually not that far I mean You know a drive away from the little women House the House That I guess it was based on none I wanNA. I don't even know at this point so sadly I I I don't hate little women. I'm not a guy that doesn't want to see a movie about little women. It's just I I've never I like Greta Gerwig so much so I'm going to have to give it a chance now but I think that she has such a great modern approach to this film. I think he would really like it. Even if you don't like period films but also you didn't like the favorite so I don't really no but I encourage you to give a chance little woman because it is so fantastic and the Portland says are all stellar. So it's just a movie that fills your heart though I highly recommend seeing it before the Oscars at least a. I'm excited. That marriage story made it. I knew that it was probably going to get some nominations. And in the acting categories but I'm glad it was one of my favorite films this year. And I'm glad that it's a picture bread. Do you have any surprises snubs. He's here in the best picture. Category Well I'm very excited. The JITTER AVID got nominated I. It seemed fairly likely Even though it wasn't necessarily universally Lee received by people in the critical community and in the film community some people. Just don't Accept the stat tire and how it approaches World War Two when Nazis in the Holocaust. But I love that movie so glad that it got nominated and yeah. I think that the one problem I have with this Run since there's only nine films uh-huh is that there should have been attentive nominated since they can have ten films and that final movie should've been the farewell fair enough okay. Let's best director rector actually bread if you had to pick not what you want to win but what is going to what is going to win. Best Picture I'm honestly fleet not entirely sure but it's it's tough because we're basing all the love for the joker today. It seems like the economy is really in for that but the academy also loves movies about you know old Hollywood so once upon a time in Hollywood is a front runner too you so if I had to guess for sure I would probably say joker or once upon a time in Hollywood Scorsese is like on the in New York that he rarely early gets dominations gets gets the statue I should say I I think I think you're right. I think it's it's probably be joker. Okay who who do you think it's going to be I. Am You have a hard time like what you want into win if it. If it's joker I will riot but I get the sinking feeling that it's joker but I do want to say one great thing about parasite is that a lot of the Oscar Academy voter buzz around it From what I've seen on twitter and people who report it frequently on the Oscar trail is that parasite is one of the films that hasn't gotten any detractors yet. From any of the voters like their films that people say. Oh it's great but this like Like once time in Hollywood. It's great but this violence or Irishman is great. But it's long but parasite according to the the. The buzz has not gotten any of that negative reactions. It's going to get the It's great but we're GONNA vote for that for the foreign though. I mean probably but let you know a fine joker. Whatever I don't care I will say best? Like a joker is an exceptionally well made film and I think in in every single category except for story like it is firing on all cylinders. It's just unfortunate because you know movies are storytelling media so so I think that script is pretty weak. So I think it's probably GonNa be joker sadly But Yeah I. I don't want to be down on joker because because I I do think there is You know it is a well-made film Okay let's talk about best director We have Would we have five nominees air. We have the Irishman Martin Scorsese. We have joker Todd Phillips. We've nineteen seventeen Mendez. We've once upon a time in Hollywood Winter Tino and Parasite Bong Jun Wu. Oh and What here is there any? I guess there's a bunch of snow here. Hd You mentioned earlier little women as a surprise is in the best picture category. Yes Greta GERWIG 's name is missing from this director list. I think Greta Gerwig far away. Deserves that best director slot that taught Philip says and I think that she directs little woman with such confidence and precision and such modern it modernity to it that She if if it's going to be best picture nominated it should definitely be a desert Does is definitely deserving that best director nod and it would break up the sausage best that is currently inhabiting the best director category..

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"omlund" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

Overthrowing Education

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"omlund" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

"APP. Choose to combat that micro aggression or address it. You actually have three concrete options and says whether your student whether your This is a an employment situation with its relationship situation and each of these would be dependent upon the relationship that you have person. You're speaking so the first gestion or option that you could use would be the passive aggressive approach and that passive aggressive approach is by far the choice that most people take Simply because it. It's something where you you would either make like a joke about. You know what was said or you make a sarcastic remark or you roll. Your eyes is is much less invasive way of letting the person know that. Hey I don't agree with what you said Annoying were It was insulting this sometimes however it lends to the perpetrator asking you know. Hey what did I what I do? Did you do that then? You would actually have to have that conversation so you have to be prepared to have the discussion or essentially drop it. So that would be the passive aggressive approach then. There is the proactive approach. Which is extraordinarily confrontational. So basically this approach is where you actually live. The perpetrator have it. You know most cases it ensures that the perpetrator is. You will never Say something like that around you again but you will probably get branded as an emotional hot headed person or someone your some other negative stereotype and it does not actually let the perpetrator know that what they did. Or how it impacted you. They just know that it made you angry. They don't understand what the meeting was behind what they said in how. That's actually wrong so it could be away a therapeutic way of approaching that situation but it doesn't necessarily Omlund to something that's going to be effective in the future and for other people. By far the most effective way of dealing with a micro aggression would be certified approach and this is the one that I usually suggest but of course like I said is dependent upon the relationship that you have and this is where you would address. What was said through getting clarification? You want to know. What exactly did you mean by what you said or what was that. You said that you want to identify the feelings that you have with regard to what they said and so you would say something like well. You know that thing that you said it made me feel this way. So you're you're actually titillating what your feelings were in relation to what they said and then you would like describe why those terms offended you or why. That phrasing offended you. So essentially you address the behavior you address the term's usage instead of the person and then of course you have to give them the opportunity to explain. All this is what I said in this is this is basically what I mean. So this gives each party the opportunity to listen to each other and be heard by each other And then you can come to an understanding as to why that was wrong. In your particular instance and probably most other people of your particular demographics instance and then going forward from there so one of the biggest pluses to this situation is that it gives the perpetrator an opportunity to reflect on their implicit biases. Which caused this situation in the first place So that would be the one that I would usually recommend the assertive approach with microaggressions. We have to be aware that all of us do them. All of us have committed microaggressions. And it's not it's not exclusive to one group. When gender one demographics? It happens across the board in every situation and it's important for us to become more aware of our implicit biases regarding other groups. And how they manifest so that we can do some stop gaps so that we can hit it off at the pass before we say something that could be damaging to someone else. So ben time reflecting and look at the way that you feel about other groups of people with regard to whatever can be raised these sexual orientation age anything it really try to be much more mindful about the way and the tones in which you communicate with them this will lead to a much much more inclusive environment and something where people feel much more mutual respect so when teachers are able to spend time in reflection and really address a lot of implicit bias that they have with regard. Hsun DIFFERENT DEMOGRAPHIC OF STUDENTS. They're much better positioned to interact and mutually respectful and inclusive way within the classroom. This absolutely creates an environment where students will feel heard and appreciated in value. Which of course improves the way that they perform in school. So it's just a win win for everyone ended helps schools and teachers and students and particularly achieve what it is at your therefore.

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"omlund" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"omlund" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"So i got him like seven bucks each so as you're <hes> target is clear and seeing a target as your walmart is clearing out stuff for the reset check and see if they have him. There were seven dollars each. That's pretty awesome yeah so unless something else i got <hes>. I don't like knockoffs. When it comes to stuff that is a counterfeit honor fit but when it comes to stuff that's like a knockoff that is you know weird and funny increase in its own way. I've been collecting for twenty five years. I love that <hes> d._v._d. David omlund was showing off a <hes> micro master randomest knock off that he got the painted and ask him where where he got it and he said he got it from wish dot com so basically i ordered a bunch of knockoff mike masters in <hes> many cons in their generic so i don't even really i honestly didn't care what they were. You said you basically had to buy a bunch to get the hot rod. I think it's been like fifteen dollars. I got one but i got a knock off micro master. The hot rod that is it's not the same quality as my other hot rod actual hot rod but <hes> it. You're not bad in this. It can be fun to paint and i love this toy. I think we all remember that. I paid four hundred dollars for star convoyed just for micro master hieronymus so yeah i remember yep so that was a little crazy one more vaguely off topic thing. I don't know that can get it on camera. John has this die-cast has it but the thing is so the i'll try to show your camera play down yeah. I'll try to show it so. I got the lego voltron hi to see yet so that's great and all but here's the thing it's great up about mine or he five bucks nice and it's not a knock off so forty eighty five dollars so a friend of a friend. The sister of a friend works for lego and she was telling me that her her her sister can get her like occasionally. You can get her like <hes> damaged box stuff and you know for a discount so i pulled in a favor so we only have like i. I don't even have a favor to get my kid stuff for christmas and lego so nobody message me asking if they asked him why they can't <hes> but i got voltron forty five bucks so i'm very happy with that nice and <hes> the other thing last thing i got <hes>. Let's see here. I got in addition to my <hes> rainmakers set. I ended up getting the micro master set so they're awesome. I mean you know for what they are. <hes> what i really like especially for. Some of them are the <hes> jiwan inspired <hes> paint echoes and again. I don't even remember the names of the these micro masters. When is this one that has the cosmos us inspired deco. Where's the other one and just right. Here has a vortex inspired deco. Either just the a- as far as reprints goes these are slick and i lucked out in win target dot com had these available like the sunday morning two weeks ago. I was able to get him so so yeah. The micro said is still available and targets website. Essentially celestica looked micro masters and no one cares seekers yeah or there's just more of them for a ten pack for like what is it fifty bucks forty forty. It's total. It is worth it. It's worth so yeah very pleased with that. That's what i got. I well plus. I go again walmart's going through the reset and i went there six times yesterday. Looking for sound wave yes like in the middle of the reset like so they keep putting out more stuff and putting up or stuff like well. If i go back i can. It may be catch. You know sound before somebody gets it because of those things always tend to go quick at my store and <hes> went six times. I saw sound wave out here one day last week and they are all gone back today. Here's the thing listeners who pay attention will remember that i said i don't give a crap crap about getting another sound wave..

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"omlund" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

12:22 min | 2 years ago

"omlund" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Thirty one zero three five FM. Reflections. Thank yous. Well wishes complaints about Brad, tonight's the night, six five one nine eight nine five eight five five. Let's talk with sue in Saint Paul, welcome to the show. I had to call and tell you that I, I figured I haven't been able to make sense about what's going on. But. Been a call might now. I I disagreed with things. Brad said, look. Sure. I remember wishing that when you were gone regularly went to wreak wish she met, like brag cover for you. He. Oh, that's weird. That they did announce that he he'd be covering for you for. Yeah. There you go. Brennan max on on relatively routine basis there for a while. We're, we're filling in when I was away. And that's, that's always good to have to have content as opposed to repeat. Because I like. You call on, and even though I don't always agree. It just even be smart. Good to listen to they go. Well, thank you very much. Thanks. Yeah. Thank you. Brad doing. The red max was fill in for having lots of replays during football season and gopher hockey season. We still had opportunity to do it. But with the weather getting warmer and emits at work, we just didn't that was that was the only reason behind it was just, hey, it's a nice evening. I wanna open my door and sit around so that that was that. But I but I think you sue for the comments. And thank you for listening to, to us, even when Walter wasn't around. It was it was fun hosting, and it's a little different perspective sitting in the sitting in the host chair, the first night, feels kind of nerve wracking. But then you just kind of go start talking in the show carries itself. Right. Yeah. That's the way it is, ladies and gentlemen. The official count for the Brad fan club is one all. No. I mean and it should be said and Brad screen another call right now. But if he misses this, I'll make sure to let them know afterwards that just because he's moving on to bigger and better. It doesn't mean that he can't come in at any time, either as a guest or as a fill in, and we will definitely that, that's the one thing is the list of because I've tried to get other people to be able to fill in for me unsuccessfully because there's like a 'gate-keeping process. So I know Brad's good, right? Like he's been on the air. So they'll let him come on. So he's more than welcome to, to fill in for us anytime I have the certification. The certification. I'm sure it won't be the last time we hear from Brad here on the show. Let's talk to Chris in Minneapolis. Welcome to closing argument. Chris how're you doing? All right. I've got a question for our topic. But I've always wondered like everybody wants diversity. Right. You're saying, oh diversity this loose any that. Kids are saying oh I can't learn from nature. That's a different color from me. Well, how, how does that work? I don't think it does. Chris. It's like. Alamo like button heads. Yeah. You know what I'm saying? I do. I think I do. I appreciate the call. Kristen infected his services. A good segue into illegitimate topic. Our first of the evening. From, from the from the foundation for economic freedom. The SAT's adversity score will reinforce collective identity and undermined individual achievement. Now I'll spare you a reading of the article, but basically what they're doing here is, they're reforming the way the SAT works to you. Basically, you get points for how oppressed you are points towards your score. Right. So if you come from certain community, or you've suffered certain socio economic challenges, then you get scored you get a bonus score, which is referring to it as your adversity score. It's that's literally what they call. It adversity score towards your final result in order to bolster you make you more equitable, and even with the presumably whiter, and less challenged students through they spend their points. Is it like current? Or no. I don't know. It's like for your SAT scores. Get you get bonus points. Okay. So you're familiar with the concept of a handicap in golf. That's what it is at Gulf. Handicap is that literally what they're trying to cap is by swing, but whatever, but they're not changing the ACT because Minnesota schools, and Wisconsin schools is the same way they largely use the ACT versus the SAT, SAT's more west coast. Yeah. Okay. Well, I don't know east coast to. But like, I don't know what the ACT is up to. But what's what's fascinating about this? Is that the whole point of these tests is to determine whether or not you're college ready. Like that's why the test exists. And so for you to, to, to give people like a handicap, as you put it padding on their score. Ruins the entire purpose of the test. Like I don't whatever you reason is that you can tell me your sad story about why you haven't been able to learn better than your classmates sitting next to you. I'm in a single parent home, there's abuse going on. There's some other extenuating circumstance. That's no fault of my own. That's the reason why I'm not able to score as well as a student sitting next to me, and I can sympathize with you. I can accommodate you. I can try to to support you in your unique situation. But the idea that I should say you're ready for college when you're not how was that of service to you? Well, in college is already used some of your background in the admissions process. So lots of times if you come from a diverse background, or you're like a non white students something like that. They will favor you ready. Right. So I don't see how this is actually benefiting anyone because. Ause my read on it. Is that? There cannot exist any indication that there is a difference in performance between racial groups or any sort of social, economic category. The existence of a quote unquote disparity is a black Mark on the sole of America, and we have to do something to snuff it out to get rid of it to adjust it. You know, this type of stuff is coming to my school district right now in terms of the pursuit of equity over academic measurement and achievement. I don't see how it helps the student at all doesn't, how to help them do well in college if like their scores, there's another, there's another story that got lost in the stack some more over the course of the past week. That was about a actually, I think it isn't here somewhere about how a particular high school, I believe it was locally is getting rid of the valedictorian and other class rankings. For the mental health of the students, which is a fascinating rationale. Right. Because my definition of mental health, like if I'm evaluating your mental health, as a layman, what I'm evaluating is your capacity to negotiate reality. Your, your ability to, to successfully pursue happiness, conceive of values and take rational action in pursuit of those values. That's the measure of your mental health, what their definition of mental health seems to be is the opposite, like evading reality. We can't let the kids know that they didn't do as well as this other student over here, who were calling valedictorian because that'll make them feel bad well, and then they get to college, and they aren't prepared and we're telling these kids that they need a college degree, if they want to do anything in life. So they're going to fail do poorly. And then we suicide rates are going up all across the country exponentially. It's the leading cause of death among. Young people, and it's not it's, it's all of this is a part of the reason why that's happening yet. Well, that I I don't think there's anything off about that analysis whatsoever. Because when what the reason it's happening in part is because people's expectations of what they ought to be getting out of their lives are completely misaligned from reality. And when you do that, when you set people up with the expectation that you're going to succeed, you're going to be fulfilled. You're going to be able to live your dream and become whatever you want to become you precious little snowflake, you set people up for that expectation, and then they actually do eventually get out into the real world and they're given nothing on account of their sob story. They're giving no accommodation. They're, they're not rewarded for being them. Then it goes straight to their sense of quote self esteem, unquote, which has been defined externally like we're literally teaching kids. To have an external locus of control to define their happiness by what the world says about them rather than teaching them to have an internal locus of control that can handle adversity the, the kid who the team that loses. You know, you're you're talking off air about your son being in baseball. I'm sure he's lost a game or two right? Yeah. With Osceola quite a bit. So, so I mean, they're part of the value of being an organized sports is learning how to lose learning how to take it psychologically and get up the next day and keep working harder and improve yourself, so that you can go on try again. And you learn more from your losses. You learn more from your failures when you trip and fall on your face. Like I won't do that next time, right? And you get better and you learn new study. And you don't learn as much when you're constantly, I mean, I feel like you don't learn as much when you're not credit, you know, criticized or losing, there's no doubt. And I've been taken away from these kids. Yeah. And I, I feel like especially with each generation, the new crop of young people as a young person myself. But it's funny how it seems that more and more people want to be comfortable and happy all of the time. Right. And now schools and places are trying to shield them. From potential uncomfortable for anything that ruins our mental health label in my opinion, I was reading wishful drinking by Carrie Fisher recently. And that's what maybe think of this is because she wrote about that. And she had a passage, where if you have the expectation that you're going to be comfortable, all the time you have the makings of an addict, and that's what you talked about in. That's what we're creating we're creating bad situations, 'cause we're putting these kids in pressure cookers, and but they don't know that life isn't going to be butterflies and rainbows prepared for pressure. Yeah. So I'm no. We can't be shocked that they can't handle it. Six five one nine eight nine five eight five five closing argument. My name's Walter Hudson. We've got Neil Lynch alley. Aikman Xavier in-studio. Brad omlund last day as our producer tonight, six five one nine eight nine five five five twincitiesnewstalk dot com. Twin cities. News. Talk is available.

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"omlund" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

13:31 min | 3 years ago

"omlund" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Your iheartradio app. We're here eight to ten as aforementioned it's gonna take a while to get used to the fact that it's programmed now like we have a new intro. And the guy actually says the stuff that I used to just say get a little tech here on the program. Six five one nine eight nine five eight five five is the number to join us and a lot of you may be wondering who is this guy? Right where we shifted up an hour. We used to be nine to eleven now, we're eight to ten and it's something that had been in the works for a little while if you weeks we didn't get the official final green light or the signals were crossed. Or there is you know, how it is. When you're dealing with with Email and your boss works nine to five and you work nine to eleven at the time the things get. Ships passing the night so to speak, and so it wasn't until during the holiday specifically over this new year break that we got the final green light. Or there was a final understanding that this was going to happen. And so we didn't get the opportunity to promote it like we would like to. But here we are. And those of us who follow us on Facebook and Twitter were made aware, and you could do that by searching for closing argument with Walter Hudson on Facebook, like our page, set yourself to be notified when we postings and YouTube could be made aware of things that nobody else knows because we haven't had the opportunity to tell anybody. It's a fun time. Brad omlund producing the show. Appreciate him coming in an hour earlier than usual. Let's get right to it tonight. So for those of you who have been with us in our previous time slot and have been listeners to the show for some time. You're aware of this kind of ongoing debrief that we've been engaged in since the midterm elections specifically as it relates to this applies nationally it applies to Republicans everywhere coast to coast, but specifically within this state within Minnesota, I think we have a proverbial come to Jesus moment in terms of confronting the fact that as one Republican state legislators said on election night, this is an extinction level of vent for the GOP. There. No statewide candidates even came close including Doug wardlow against Keith. Ellison of all people will get into Keith Ellison news later on the program tonight. What does this mean? How did we get here? And most importantly, what do we do to recover? What do we do to rebuild and to engage the culture where it is? You know, it's one thing to just kind of Rin robes and Nash teeth and whine and complain about the fact that we keep losing. But what do we do to confront the reality that we're presented with and sit a productive course. That's actually going to result in political gains in the future and my prescription from day one. I'm this has been that we have to go all the way back to square one. We have to go all the way back to the to the very basics the very beginnings of how this entire process works. And that's the development of relationships the building of community getting to know people talking to people as who they are where they are where they live and relating to them on personal levels. And then presenting transmitting and affirming our principles through those relationship. In order to build the constituency in order to build the coalition that will eventually down the road, you could use a farming analogy here in terms of planting seeds, and allowing them to grow in cultivating them until you will eventually get to a harvest. It's not going to happen in one cycle. It's not going to happen in two may not happen in a decade may not happen in some of our lifetimes. But this is the only way it's ever going to happen. We need to have cultural change, and I've been thinking about this. Particularly as it relates. We've had a number of inciteful calls from folks, you can be one of them six five one nine eight nine five eight five five as we've discussed this challenge over the past few weeks, and one of the things that came up over the past week or so from callers. Is this question of well, how do we actually do that? Like, it's one thing in these kind of kind of lofty. Philosophical expressions to say, we need to engage. The culture we need to develop relationships we need to change our narrative, we need to tweak the message, but what specifically do we have what's the first brick with which we build this new foundation. And I think I have a clue as to what it is. And I'd like to start the show tonight and start our new spot. A new time slot in two thousand nineteen by sharing it with you. And hopefully getting some feedback. To my mind. It all comes down to happiness. Politics is about happiness. If you think about it. If you think about what it is that candidates offer and political parties offer campaigns offer in terms of value to would be voters. They are offering happiness now necessarily always put it in those terms, but what you're actually being sold. And I suppose you could say this about anybody who's offering you anything in a commercially. Politically, whatever they're offering you a piece of the pie a path to happiness and in the political sphere. Its I'm going if you vote for me if you give me political power. I will give back to you a world a context in environment in which you can thrive and be happy. That's the the offer. That's what people are seeking. And the problem that we find the reason why we have this divide in the culture right now. And why politics has become so polarized and most especially irreconcilable, you have two sides that are never going to come to terms with one another energy. Just simply not interested in dealing with one. Another. It is because in broad terms in general terms, you have two competing views of what happiness is and how happiness works and to my mind. It breaks down between those who hold happiness to be something that is generated internally something that is a product of you and of your relationships in your choices and your actions and people who believe that happiness is arrived at or summoned externally that some other force or the environment itself or the world the universe. However, you want to refer to it has to do something has to be arrayed in such a fashion as to allow you to be happy, and, you know, at the risk of getting a little too condescending a little too early in the show tonight. As I was thinking about this today. It occurred to me that this really is this really is the spectrum along which the process of maturation occurs. Children view their happiness is entirely external. They look to mom and dad, they look to the people that they know the people that they love they look to stuff they look to things they looked activities. They look to amusement to beat from outside themselves to provide them with joy to provide them with happiness. And if they don't get if things are arrayed in such a fashion. As to enable them to be happy externally, then they can't handle it. They can't hack it. They breakdown they cry they whine. They complain. They get into trouble. As you mature as you grow up as you take on new social skills, you come to realize, hopefully, some of us do that's that's the problem here. Some of us come to realize that happiness is something that has to be derived internally and that in particular. Real genuine lasting happiness. Takes the form of contentment. Long term sustained satisfaction. That's earned slowly over time. That's what contentment is and contaminant is something that you derive through sense of self worth a sense of self esteem through confidence in your own skill competence in your own ability and seeing returns on investment for the choices that you've made. And you know, this whole concept of self esteem. You know, we could talk we could talk at length. There's so many different threats we could take this. But if you think about the conversation surrounding the idea of self esteem in our culture, particularly in schools. And this phenomenon over the past, however, many years of your participation trophies. And we gotta make sure that the kids feel good about themselves. And we gotta make sure that people love themselves and are taking care of themselves. And what have you? What's been missing from that conversation, is this notion that you you can't fake it you the only way you're going to get that gene sense of self esteem is if you earn it, and if you know that you have earned it, if you know that you have generated that you have claimed to it you have claimed to happiness you have claimed contentment because you've put in what it takes in order to derive it in order to achieve in order to generate it its internal now how does this translate politically? Well, when our founders when Thomas Jefferson talked about the pursuit of happiness. We know which of these two views internal versus external we know which of these two views he was talking about. He was obviously talking about the internal happiness that's generated through your own choices your own values, your own personal investments of your time and your energy. We know that not because he explicitly said it, although perhaps he did somewhere in all the things that he wrote. But because of what he advocated for in terms of government, he advocated for liberty. He advocated for freedom. And the that is what is called for that is the condition that you need to have in order to generate internal happiness, self generated happiness, you need to be able to act upon your own judgment in pursuit of your own values that requires liberty, which is the lack of externally imposed force. By contrast. If you believe that happiness is something that can only be achieved. External in other words, somebody else has to provide it for you. It has to be the conditions. Have to be created around you by others in order to enable you to be happy. Well, then you're for the opposite your four force because as it turns out force is the only way that you can control what other people do. And if you don't have the ability to control what other people do then you don't have the ability to be happy under this view. And that's what's at stake. Which is why a big part of the I think the fundamental underlying reason why the leftist so miserable. The left is not only they're not but conditionally miserable. It's not as though it's phase they're going through fundamentally at the root at the root foundation of their entire worldview. They have a flaw in their thinking a flaw in their their matrix of values hierarchy of values are if you want to phrase it that. Dooms them to misery. It dooms them to unhappiness and to anger, and you see this play out in how they engage with the culture. And of course, how they engage with politics. They're always angry all the time. They're like Bruce banner. They're always angry all the time. They wake up angry. They go through their day angry. They go to bed angry at the constantly upset. They're never satisfied notice notice. How no matter what they get no matter. How many victories they have no matter? How many elections they win? No matter how many concessions they're able to brow beat out of institutions and companies and individuals. They're still angry. They're still pissed off. It's still not good enough. And we're still so far away from the promised land wall. That's that is that's not a accident that is destined that is eat, natural and inevitable product of their view of happiness, and where it comes from. And it it Lee dooms them to a place where they are going to be constantly to two things are true one. They're never going to be happy so long as this is their view of how happiness works number one. And number two, they're only going to require and request and demand. More control over the lives of others. Perpetually as long as we are willing to give it to them. There is no concession. There's no appeasement that we are going to be able to offer ever to these people that is going to satisfy them or get them to a point where they feel as though okay now, we can stop. Now, it's enough. Now, we've reached the promised land they will always seek greater control. And we can look to history for examples of how this mindset plays out. We'll talk about that. And some examples winner return also take your calls at six five one nine eight nine five eight five five closing argument. My name's Walter Hudson. Twincities NewsTalk seven thirty one three five FM. Twincitiesnewstalk dot.

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