35 Burst results for "One Role"
"one role" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program
"Is there a difference in the Bible between deacons and elders? Is there a distinction in their spiritual requirements and functions? Is one role more important than the other? Can a church have one without the other? Alistair Begg provides answers to these questions today on Truth For Life. He's continuing our study in 1st Timothy. 1 Timothy chapter 3 and verse 8 is where we resume our studies here in this portion of Scripture as we're looking at the nature of the church as Paul provides Timothy with instruction concerning how things are to be conducted within the household of God. We discover a twofold pattern for the official ministry of the church. One group, the elders, the episcopoi, are responsible for the oversight and care of the church, and this other group, the diaconoi, are responsible for the service elements that emerge from the elders' jurisdiction. This is something that we find developing in the New Testament, and the emphasis on this twofold aspect is not as often as we might think anticipated. I think this is largely due to the fact that the great concern, which is an understandable concern on the part of the apostles, was simply that the right kind of leadership, rule, care, oversight, and instruction would be present amongst the companies of God's people as they were established.
Steve Deace Talks Sean Patrick Flanery's Performance in "Nefarious"
"Talking to Steve days about the film coming out April 14th. It's called, I almost said it again. It's called nefarious, not notorious starring Ingmar Bergman. No, no. That's a different film. Nefarious. Which the acting and a lot of it is really extraordinary. Who's the actor who plays the death row inmate who is demonically possessed? That is Sean Patrick Flannery, who was in a lot of big movies in the late 90s and early 2000s and he is absolutely incredible in this film is very first role. He was young Indiana Jones as a teenager on television. That was his very first role. But he is incredible. Mesmerizing in this movie. Well, he will convince you that evil really exists. And we do it without no profanity, no gore. No killing or anything of that nature. He does it just with the actual theology of hell that he shares directly with the audience.
Christian Toto: Hollywood's Fear Gave Wokeism Power
"How did they get woke Was it just a matter of like what happened with for instance big tech companies where you had this indoctrination system going on in our universities critical theory critical race theory and a bunch of kids became adults who populated the boards of these companies I mean how did it happen I mean you used to celebrate American ideas and the ideas of freedom and liberty and now we're at the point where that Brandon Ralph Superman movie they took out a truth justice and they took out the American way part I mean how exactly did that happen Well I think it's a better question How did it happen across the culture Why did it why did it swamp universities What did it jump from university life to real life What you have in Hollywood is a lot of fear And when you have incorporations as fear as well And for some reason this sort of woke sentiment is given much more power and cloud than it actually deserves It's just a very small part of the community as you well know So when they hear those voices rise up rather than being strong and courageous and saying hey this is what we do This is our art go away We're going to back up what we're trying to do They buckle like Howard One of the best examples of scarlet Johansson who is beautiful and talented and successful and when she makes a movie it often makes a lot of coin And yet when she picked the wrong role she was going to play a trans figure in a movie the woke howled and she apologized instantly And here's what's really important about this It's just one role it's just one actors You can kind of roll your eyes and say who cares But if you're a plumber if your work is kind of a blue collar guy or gal and you get under attack and you think the most famous actors in Hollywood couldn't stand up to the mob what chance do I have I think that's one of the real fears of what I'm covering here is that when these big players cower in fear it sends a cultural message and says well what chance do I
"one role" Discussed on The Billowing Hilltop Podcast
"My first proud to the second attack and it rolls and this just wrote to see what that i number would have been if i had done what i thought one only nine. It's all immaterial anyway. Not long couple of. But it's your round on ten discovered need to roll another possession. Check to forecast thing. He does unless he gets in there or get some kind of guidance we owe fourteen perception of forty not enough. You'll do anything else soda. damn it. No there's nothing can really. Can you just call workout wet start. We move on to tackle buggy buggy Come i do perception checks. You can walk out with this thing is what's try and find another one there. Well you've heard purple shout. Something was coming around to woods you but you're not detect your give me a subject you can Fourteen fourteen is not does not reveal anything. Anything else can do. Really don't really want to go on the bould's nausea play. Okay top around for is buffy lou that perhaps you what i'm going to try and hit it again seven. Because she was such a. He's last time and see if you can replicate your once. You can do it too. Runs in a row. I bet you can look a good feeling about this At twelve twelve in total is not enough. And that's just wants to be Maybe i'm maybe i move away jack of tuna fish visibility on myself though. I'll stay there parker. Twenty one attack is Cross fifteen is enough is in solid thump. Yup that's Seven points of damage. Yes with shelly with the shitty lali. Yep then another that. So so so. That's the end of that and the ngo round round mind. Swell sessions epa cleric of misfortune. How wounded du- the park. How we ended the parking out. How will is more i back. Screeches things has disadvantage against me. i wouldn't say aiming for later sessions. You're going to do anything to maintain your ready next going to maintain my but it had nothing kind of attack says yes see. it's getting. yeah okay. We got one two three parking. Walk saving the phone lines and say dave about that number. Okay what's the damage john. Seventeen point the damage to yell. It must be must be tying. It's getting battered by the spirit. Ridiculous spell from just here disdainful laughter and a voice next to you pocket says i am so far an wounded by childish attacks the horse in here and it's going to have a whack one. Two three parker food to six purple. It goes for parker rolling disadvantage. I attack scabby not enough and now gonna make the same decision. I'm not going to be bitten twice. This is its second role of the first attack. Getting rid of the shit number now gets his second attack. That was a fourteen second attack. I dis to seventy this wish. I would start rolling. One two three bollocks cuthbert that square to the rights of cuthbert next parker is that safe to stand on or is that has shown which is a bit kind of looking at all map. I would say. I wouldn't stand there if i were you all right. I'm not gonna stern there. If i was him. Then what i will do is use my dash action bonus dash action yet to go and stand head of so. You're running through everybody else. Ought brian three rerunning. Run of joining the malay- the malay- and then do an attack disadvantage with the short sword. Allow well it doesn't matter that doesn't matter and then i'm going to do you want to yup. An attack at disadvantage with the irap here will first attack on class. Eighteen is a here is a disadvantage so the other role and the other role isn't that which is miss. Yeah okay there we go. But i'm now in their uncle buggy living alone on his little island of would go away. In the town of the boardwalks frontline fight on the front the front hang on hang on hitting north steinem the furthest north foot and he will come into the same old rabbit wear ankle buggies. What do you want to do. He didn't do she. Stop bashing bashing the door trying to dismantle the door relevant join who piloted. Someone was disintegrating doors and bashing doors rather than just doing it. All famously lenient and understanding encouraging the style points right tools have hit points. You can try and they do have feelings towards have. Hollywood sent hipbones hardness. Yeah we have established the rule of rubbish on doors and breaking down the door. So i can. I can eat damage on the door. But you gotta hit it. I okay so this is very scale mail. That's gotta click protection and placements bell and is because i'm a bit older okay. That's one role. The damage due to poor hundred eight points damage on the door. I bash again. That's resilient door okay you get to attacks around twelve. Twelve is a oh. This would make me very happy if it was a miss. It is a coaching out. The way.
"one role" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany
"They don't hire objectively right. They hire on a cv and they. They sort of rely on the they've not been able to eliminate bias. And i'll give you a good example just because somebody has been a a developer for for eight years doesn't necessarily mean that person is right field team. I'm sure that they can that person can code okay. But if they're if they are a not a fan notes a team player effect destructive. If they're you know perhaps you know negative foil a Bought into the company vision. You know that can be that can have a sopping affect and yes plus Personally experience in whatever type of jobs out there people who basically leading their teams that company everything to go through my desk. I have to see everything and that is not how he can manage right a really high performing tech team and it also has the side effect that this person who's in the center of everything he or she is crucial and they're also the bottlenecks very something. I am always looking for not to get done. Basically try to split this duties as much as puzzle break down onto team legal level or lower and that also this breaking down of tasks on this this as few as possible refused s. Good as possible reviews. That is also some People talk this way. It's something you can possibly learn but cautiously it's just a it's just the personality of people Exactly all an. That's the challenge. Now is one of the challenges right if you work today Allow nicole. And you've used to sort of lots of different tax being done by lots of different people than you gonna find it very difficult and lots of people. Do you know coming into a starts at way. You'll sort of having to play more than one role and you need to be proactive and show initiative in sort of whale. Lots of different hats because it just needs doing the sometimes you just go to pick that up but not wait for somebody else to do it and speaking about that happier when she experience does work pretty well have employees coming from carpet to start up or is it better for early stage startup to actually look for people who are already sick a question. I mean i think.
"one role" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror
"Hours. striving to get somewhere. You know goals our goals And of course. I'm in the film entertainment world so my are you know step by step. Get into bigger and better. Projects have bigger and better roles work with this person and or work with that person or this director or is associated with certain a category of level of filmmaking. You know on and the we're all you know people in my business you know fellow actress fellow filmmakers and screenplay writers and all these people. You know it's the same your yeah everyone's trying to make it to the next level and that's a given no matter what level you're at you're trying to make it to the next level and What was question. Because i completely forgot. Okay it was. It was wise legacy important to you specifically. It's okay. yeah so wherever you know. It's all relatives. You know you got your a-listers so what they're going after and what they want their legacy he'd be is very relative to anybody in any other level whether you're just starting out your career no matter what that career as you need a doctor lawyer teacher. Whatever actor you know but But for me. I think that as long as i'm You know of course. I have specific goals. But as long as i'm kind of going forward and moving ahead and challenging myself and You know being excited. I think i think also in this industry. It's very easy to get to a point where you're just grueling. You know any job that you do professionally. Be can become grueling. Regular dodge that i was at for you know many many many years and you know it would be like. Oh my god is this. It is the song i'm going to do in my life. I should i just you know. Blow my friends out now. What's which i do. I think as long as you can keep reinventing yourself is one thing but To go back to legacy. I think that the thing that's most important to me. And of course. I i've done plenty of Performances where i look at it and think oh you know that wasn't bad but i could have done better. I think we all do that. But i think as long as i've seal that the things i'm involved with firm that gives as actor it that if i'm feel like i'm improving if i feel like i'm going from one role to the next and of course i do like to have all these different types of roles so i do like to challenge. I like to feel like okay. This is a role. I haven't done. I wanna challenge myself and this role. So as long as i'm giving it my all and then i'm present in the roles that i'm in i think that is a certain kind of legacy but also maybe more of What i really like is is to be in some films that are more commercially recognized Commercially seen a lot of my films. You know there's definitely an audience for all the films that i've done but a lot of my films are lower budget films so they may not get the attention or the distribution to be seen by a wide audience. So i think. I think i would like to have legacy as i go along in my career that Perhaps there are some films in future that that will have a wider audience than.
"one role" Discussed on All The Kings Men
"Now. Hard to see away that without todd. Mcclellan rob blake. Talked about each of those guys. It'd be hard to see it going the other way with the high high praise for for peterson. You know how. He's working his way that number one role on a full-time basis that. I think it's pretty safe to say that throughout go yet now when it comes to protecting skaters they can go with seven forwards and three defensemen or eight skaters total. My hunch zach is that they'll go seven forwards three defensemen but they may not. There are nine defenseman that That need to have a decision made about them. Urine foot anderson phillips. Hudson jersey are ineligible suspense but dowdy roy walker. Modern mcdermott And move our clegg in strand As of today because they haven't submitted the list are all eligible to be selected. Now they like. I said they will most likely protect three of those players. Complicating things. I suppose is the rfa. Status of will move are clegg strand but those are the nine guys they have to choose from. And i mean. I i think that the the the contract decisions of the organization has made would point to. You're not going to expose drew. Doughty definitely knocker right. Those those three guys were committed to buy the franchise on a long-term basis. You know roy with a three year deal walker. Signed a four year deal with one expired..
"one role" Discussed on NakedChats
"Spend hof about time in the profit hospital as well. Doing clinical work their authority. Say awful patients who co appetite or who've lost white and we just need to get some more nutrition into that so that's really interesting and we'll also do i care as well every couple of weeks we get a good taste of everything which is starting on us and it would probably both to people that throttle city. Sorry h. as different whether that's spinning hoste diet hospital and then having some clients in the afternoon or perhaps it's one day re to wake at an age that it's really good. It's just so much diversity that you don't really. I feel like we. You don't get out you a good tight stroke everything which is greis. We're lucky that we did get the same job. i feel. That was a huge miracle. Birth being new grads in it being so hard to get a job as a dietitian anyway. Learn both getting the same job at the same practice in the same town. So every day we wake up from Lucky glad yeah. It is like every day we allow is so grateful for this because there was certainly a month day where it was like. Heads down bums up just like hustling. So hod wakes on engineer riding selection criteria doing job interviews like. It's it's very exhausting. Parsa saying you do so much where you get a job into the then you do the job the do a lotta for that as well and then you know nine times out of ten you get the job. So it's very disheartening. To come out of this getting you know a great job where we that's get lots of diversity but getting a job that we both work at ease up pretty amazing. I'm glad that you mentioned that. Actually because that's something. I want to talk to you about. Because the chance of terr- france getting a job at the same place when the job industry can sometimes be really tough to to get into like such an awesome being an experience for you guys. How did you secure these roles like with their two roles advertised or was that one role and then they met both of you and change their mind. Like how that'll work so there was only one roll advertised private practice web birth washing out at the moment and i think a lot of new graduates. We will all competing against eight java. Full the jobs coming available so listen. I had interviewed against eight awful like a few jobs before we went to this one and it was really funny. Actually because by this point it was in the full christmas where we have this job interview. When we were so overa- we started down in depressed with the person. I'd never had so many rejection emails in my life. I couldn't believe that and we will burn off..
"one role" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast
"Rare to mobile. No you are all rendered immobile with the power of of this creature as you feel it kind of latch on to the thoughts in your brain and begins to overtake them and to begins to control your body's and forces you to stop moving extremely important question. Yep can i still feel some kind of connection with my brush. I mean you still feel it. Yeah like you guys are all also still kind of a cognizant here as this is mean not like physically. Oh yeah. I know but i can. I feel the connection yet. it's still use. You still have that there you. It almost feels like just kind of like tv static fuzz Like in your hand is you're still holding out question this like Psychic screama facts. Yeah is it. also affecting the other people suggest us. It's just you guys so take that as you as you will. It would have been really funny if everyone is just like absolutely would have to roll anything to just think inwardly really really hard about like. Hey can i get a hand here. I mean you can make a will power check if you want okay. I mean that's not not good but it might be fine. Hey might yourself fail. Oh six or it could of but Did it beat us by like a lot. I would assume a lot. I wanna know. How many explosions. I have here. Jared no no no. Well the thing i would like to know yes okay. I have seven explosions. I was just gonna say. I haven't yet had any targeted shots to the face. I was going to be like. Can i use that. Plus five for my asked to make a difference. No i'm sorry. Probably beat all of us combined on the one role i mean i have will link to others have twos. We're in great shape a little bit of time kind of passes as why. Do you think. I ate so many pickles willpower. I can't stop anti just needs to pray to god. Yeah you just need to be..
From the UK, a Glimpse of Canadas Future
"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story ebony. Renee baker is a freelance canadian journalist. Living luckily for her she in london. England ebony rene joined in how you doing. I'm doing okay. But i bet given the news. I'm seeing coming out of london that you were doing better. Yeah i constantly. I'm feeling a bit ask. What's the word guilty. When i talked to my canadian friends and family because we definitely somehow at the beginning of the pandemic we were not in the best place but somehow we have ended up where we are actually going out and kind of enjoying life right now. So it's been good. Well that's what we're talking to you about today. Because i feel like we're about six weeks or so behind you so the real thing that i i wanna know is just. What's the first thing that you did upon a lockdown lifting. I mean the thing is. It's been such a and it's been the same in canada as well. Such a staggered approach to lockdown lifting don. I'm kind of like when did things open again. Like it was kind of like one role in lockdown. But i guess as of march things started to reopen slowly but surely honestly. I think the first thing i did was. Walk around to find a walk-in stay said an outdoor patio and find a spot. I wasn't really like i wasn't too optimistic. I wasn't booking tables because a lot of people were doing that ahead of the announcement that was meant to be made last month. So i wasn't optimistic and then i kind of credit so the first day things open so that was april twelfth. I found myself and my roommate just walking to find anywhere that would serve me alcohol much more expensive price that i have been drinking at home so i think that was definitely the first thing upon actually finding a place it was just like. Wow have not done this for like what. Maybe six months may be more.
"one role" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"There's an access there amongst players and coaches in the sort of ipl's reputation as a sort of hub of innovation on the playing side moves over as a migration. Do you think that will is that part of the gold first of all that ownership. I don't know if it's part of the goal. I think it's it's it's something that in time. The game can take a decision on about whether that is something that said. I won't say we as again once once embrace. I think the opportunity for that is is one which it's we've effectively designed this as something which is owned by the game and that's the power of it because it enables us to have flexibility going forward with how of how the ownership structure blue-sky for it may well be the been numerous as. I'm sure you're win. Numerous different requests coming from all over the world about ownership of teams is. Thanks yeah the pull of which is very exciting and it shows you. that's already the hundred is getting to a place. That's exciting in terms of its global engagement. It's playing a different role. I think the key for us at this point is to put one hundred on. The map is to get as many of the world's greatest players playing in this tournament and to deliver wealth cost cricket that is probably the number one role the hundred this deliver will plus cricket products which people can people can really enjoy. Look forward say if as again this year is year one and it's going to be lots of challenges in terms of bringing in the world's best players from around the world given the the ongoing pandemic but we're very confident we'll be able to deliver something which gives a real flavour of what might be possible here in partnership with the vitality blast in partnership with the las elders. I'm demonstrating that we can produce something very different. Which enables us to to mitigate our reliance on the international gang to grow the sport in this country to make people feel included potentially haven't felt included in the past. You mentioned there. The women's game earlier and i've done a couple of recent focusing on the growth of women's game the constraints and the opportunities and we all know that you'll junichi. Is there one of the questions that keeps coming. Back is the premium -ness of women's events on a sort of the the daily narrative of teams. Creating something around which people can congregate and again you know where coming with this questions as the hundred feels like an opportunity for that to work and to happen. What needs to happen. What needs to go right for that to work. I'm a huge believer in the commercial future in the date. The future in all senses of the of women sports. And i think we're at the cusp of something very special in in cricket but also in in other sports as well we. I think we're not far away from this commercial explosion of of meteorites of commercial sponsorship of backing into women's sports. I think it it needs to demonstrate. We need to.
"one role" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"one role" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast
"I need to give you here on deep space nine before we get out of here. Two of them are actually like really good. Go watch them. The other one is not. But i need to let you know what happens. Okay so the first one is episode called explorers. Which is it's. It's an interesting episode. I wouldn't say it's the most thrilling exhilarating but there's two things about that that you need to know coming out of that episode. One jake finally tells his father that he doesn't want to go to starfleet and that he wants to be a writer and like cisco has to come to terms with that the other one is jake and the rest of the crew. Particularly dax are trying to set. Ben back kind of to get back into the dating pool. And there's a freighter captain named cassidy. Yates that they keep trying to set him up with. We have not met cassidy yet. Sheet her name is continually brought up over the course of this episode. And and you're you just need to know that okay so castigates is a girl. They're trying to hook them up with. Jake doesn't want to go to starfleet. That's what you really need to that episode. But it's it's an interesting episode to watch i. I really enjoyed that particular episode. The other episode. I wanna give you as an as an extra viewing episode called family business. This is a farang. Yep assode. I figured it was in this episode. We meet a guy named liquidator brunt now liquidator brunt comes to cork's bar to basically take it away. He has a bad guy. Brunches played by a fan favorite. Guest actor jeffrey combs. You haven't met jeffrey. Combs just yet matt. But jeffrey combs turns up in everything and he is so versatile. And we'll talk about jeffrey combs. When the time comes all right name sounds kind. We might have got him in one role so far over t g. I believe. I could be wrong but anyway and you might know him. He's he's continued to work Cool guy we will catch up with brought in a later road so you don't necessarily need this one but this is sort of his debut episode and i'll give it to. It's a good episode. Just not one that's gonna make are run and the last episode. I need to give you issue car. I hate this episode..
"one role" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast
"It a possible. Thought that the remains that i saw that none of them were living people. It was just like there may have been nobody in there or very few people in there at the time. There could have been absolutely you because you didn't find just like bodies themselves and only found like sparks sparse bits that you could still call human or humanoid For all you know it could have been very empty. They have done it at night when nobody was there. You're not sure okay. okay. I'm gonna keep that to myself because i i feel like it's kind of a stretch. But the thought definitely crosses his mind that there's a chance that what you just said about the sisters demolishing it maybe maybe there weren't that many people there danger yes Do we know whether or not the new facility was put there before the old facility was destroyed or was the old facility destroyed and then the new one was built. There's no information on it According to the information that you are currently reading through and looking through It seems as though it was built after is at least what you would assume. Okay 'cause my thought process was oh maybe they moved all the people who are coming toast preemptively and this was planned but now i again. It seems as though this sisterhood was gonna just demolish the facility after it was burnt down and then rebuild on the same spot so all signs point to it being built afterwards. Gotcha so it's like a soft coup. I'm not sure and while this information is useful. I don't know how any of its going to help us. Get into old shod. That missed something here. So i didn't really examine all of the stuff over by the desks. Come here her notes. Here's her personal journal. Does her personal journal he like flips through. That does her personal journal had information about the trail that she's taking or anything like that in her journal. You guys find information about her being called back to for a a summons At the college as she is representative she went off by herself to do so. And that is the last century you find. It seems journal here which also says that the plants are coming from all the sean basically. I'm at a loss. Here guys So do you think are. Is there anything else around the room here that we haven't investigated so what you know what you end up. Finding it seems as though the files that were put aside for. You are all written over the the files on the desk. So oh yeah. Can i say you. Can i make a check trying to him as good at crazy shit. I'm going to give you guys in intelligence check here on this one and this does not help with educated zule just one role you got boss. I can't make heads or tails with this chicken scratch worthless. I gotta pass but not a blackjack. Okay so you begin to look through everything Taking taking your time trying to piece together notes It seems as though she was gathering information.
"one role" Discussed on Who Invited Her?
"This. I i new. I loved it but it wasn't just one of those lucky boys as i grew older. My voice several did rage in a a. My voice naturally have found. Its footing. And then i think well i seen on went to debris school which is where i like adele winehouse and the people went to say that a long successful. I suddenly realize hey. I have a voice use it. I enjoy singing the time and from other dramas happen in history. I guess yeah. I see in my head. I think i sound like you but then real life. I'm like gilbert godfrey. That's what it comes out. Yeah no seriously. What about you heather. How did you. How did it start for you. I want you serving piano. When i was five and love disney and i love to sing along with the disney soundtracks in started taking link group sitting classes at the local place in town When i was probably like ten or eleven. And i always loved to sing it. But i think i think that i don't ever like had a moment of being like oh i can say just kind of knew something that i really enjoyed. People seem to let me do it so it was. Yeah i would. i think it's also developed. The skill critic wasn't size in high school. So but i would sit at the piano for hours and sing along to like sound track and that was really why wanted to learn how to play the piano to accompany. Didn't i yeah. I think that's it. And then i was lucky enough to have voiced features along the way who helped me develop the different. I was classically basic. I have agreed opera but then had teachers at the pump develop other colors of In new in you show all of that often your show love like very classical. Soprano and yours is gorgeous. I love it but then you'll go and belt your head off. It's like you get both as a fan you about the night. I like when you do the old school. Like harris sal and all of those and it just sits so beautifully up there and it's just like just do that all day. Please just thing that we have a show coming up at the end of the month. Which is the restarted Decade series so month as the fifties which is like music man a guide a small and hanging out. I mean it's just it's impossible to put together and that's fine. That's fine two thousand and heather. You are pretty familiar with so couch. Because you've you've done dinner down in our neck of the woods. I thought you. He's the pacific will ain't like thousand years ago. And then i stayed in southern california for years after that went to new york for years and then moved back to la in two thousand fourteen with their until last. Wait no years ago. Dan time anymore. It's all this lost year. 'cause you did catch me. Can you did the west coast. Premiere catch me if you can add moonlight in san diego ear. Yeah is that one. I did the sondheim on auto so smaller show and then did peop- with them as well. I love digging base. I it's it's like the most underrated like people. We standard the radar. But there's such good shows that. Come out of san diego and people do such great work here and you also did. And this is where i saw you which. I didn't put two and two together talking about the show before the show. You did the concert of carousel app app. Barn company and temecula. And i'm like. I know. I know i've seen her before and then it on. I saw that concert with you in it and it was so good. And i loved that theater we saw They did a production of little women. That one of my friends was in and they just do really good work. And it's a huge theater up in downtown temecula. So yeah you have your your roots here in san diego which i good so this. This is a question for both of you. What dream role i. I always asked us with performance. Like what is the one role. you're like. i gotta do this before. I kick the bucket. What is it. What is that one role on that list for each of you. He's gonna laugh at me because he curbs. My accent is horrendous. I visited is. But i would really like to sing allies little. Yes my lady that would be soaked. Cockney british accent. Let's let's hear this guy. How actually worse posh accent. He's like this. This is two accidents that had. It's either dick. Van dyke on crack andrew. Judy you're the one role you're just you gotta do you gotta do yet like it's it's city because the i think the rose out there to to play about Plays on your own. And they just just i wanted on it. Because as a kid lay mitchell's buried much. I did my lakers ms. So it'd be it'd be nice to kind of light full settling. Yeah that was. First the debater i ever saw. Was layman's yeah. My mom took me. Because i was like i gotta see me and my manny my brother who yeah i was the first show my mom tickets to you and then we were hooked after that our i know and i was like at the edge of my seat the whole.
"one role" Discussed on The Higherside Chats
"And i met her in the seventies and she was telling me about this one role that she was famous for him. And i don't even know. What was 'cause i'm not in that particular area of performance so i just knew her as a wonderful person who contacted me about her your death experience but she was internationally renowned for her part and she was telling me she said raymond she said this night that i walked off the stage after this wall had been playing for many years and she said and then about several years later i had a near death experience and she said the closest why i can describe my near death experience to you if she said. It was like that night that i walked off stage after playing that same role for so many years and have heard the same kinds of things from other actors and actresses who've had near death experiences. They used that very kind of analogy. That this thing we're in it's kind of a role and that's not all of us but that we get so immersed in it because life comes at erie length. Leslie like i was saying. And how reflective do you want to be a main in the sense that i've spent my life kind of been philosophical thinker and that's fun for me you know. I can't distinguish between my work and my fun. You know i mean to me just the most fun thing to do for the average day you know depart from my family. of course. that's the reality there. But i mean in terms of the worklife. There's no difference between work and fun. It's like what i like to do. Sit around and think about these things and also there's the realization that comes with that therefore i don't participate as much in this life and i often wondered whether when i get over there i'll look back and say hey you know spent so much time in my life reflecting on what this world will be like like the afterlife all that you know. I didn't really get engrossed in it. But you know there's a certain argument to be made. I guess that to get engrossed in this and watch it. And what i learned from people with near death. Experiences is that it saw okay. You know at the end you know but death is not the horror that we might imagine it to be but you know sometimes people think of death is like going to sleep right like diminishing consciousness but what. I hear from people near death experiences. It's more like waking up than it is going to sleep. And far from diminishing your consciousness. Your consciousness zips over to higher level bank chilean from which this war in just become candid them.
"one role" Discussed on Deliverybros
"Oh gosh 'cause there's a sponsor after a rain man like you don't wanna drive in florida rains. Oh 'cause like it was It was like post hurricane martha We had a shutdown certain rolled downtown because it was just so just sunken. Yeah i'm sure. I went on one role that should shut down and i barely got out. It was that need man. You know what's funny is i mean. I was on my bike. When when i was younger there was down the street for me. There was just like oh parking lot is there was a park there but there was a back behind. My parents. house is a bunch of woods there and there's a creep back there whatever well on the other side of that or a bunch of apartments and so I was riding my bike one time and it had. It had rained like crazy and there was a cement pathway that went from that parking lot over the creek and back through the woods. Back the apartments Why saw water there. And i thought it'd be fun to go through to my bike. I didn't realize how deep it was old. I came to a complete stop. And i like the stepped on one side right and it went like halfway up my shin. The water was just from the and it was creek water so it was like oh gross like the geese and ducks just being pooping in like it. It's just it was gross and just soaked. My shoe and i and i was like i was maybe ten years old. Have at so now. I'm thinking like oh man my parents are gonna kill me just ruined my shoes you know and i was like huffing and it just completely clogged up my bike. Oh just completely came to stop but it that was a more exciting story in my head and then when it came out. I'm just like i'm just getting the imagery of.
"one role" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"You've made it through college As a you know somebody got out of the marine corps and working for the army guard In the meantime make ends meet what were what was your first big boy. Job was the big new fancy college degree. Well i wouldn't call a big and fancy. I've brand new college graduates so you start where everybody else starts. left college in started working for ford finance. But i wouldn't consider them first job that kind of defined my career. I think the first job to define my career as we moved back to indiana and i took a position as a as a branch manager for a company called valance safety supply and that quickly turned into about six months later. A regional manager position. I think that was probably my first role on that. Started to define my career. My passions operations always has been utilized. You looked the aircraft operations manager nonstop. Go google on aircraft carrier for for six weeks. Many talk about nonstop. It is non stop and you are always at the edge just to make sure you're aware but i love operations. I love the complexity of operations. How everything works together..
"one role" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"For your K NPR half past headline past headlock on these sports sports League player crude with your half past headlines, Nobody gets into the Hall of Fame this year is baseball's vote was concluded today at three o'clock. One other baseball No. Toronto signs a shortstop Marcus Simian one year $18 million. Phillies Make Big news today signing JT Real Muto five years 115.5 million, according to reports, the Giants and the Mets are both are hot on the trail of Jackie. Bradley Jr. Couple Football notes for another defensive tack, which upon kin law had a minor cleanup on his need today and the Lions her currently listening to offers from Matthew Stafford. According to reports from Adam Schefter, now one n BA notes, According to a report out there from Anthony Slater, the Warriors in the New Orleans Pelicans discussed a potential deal involving Kelly, You break junior, the pelicans have been known to be shopping JJ Reddick. I am Alonso ball, those your half past headlines. Now back to T. J. Me, Tolbert, Kruger and Brooks my from the KNBR Grand Sierra Resort and Casino studios on these sports leader. How about you let this one role for a while. This is one of my very papers. Turn it up. Tim puts a smile on your face. Absolutely the way as a We have the species way dodged a bullet today. You know, Like when, uh.
"one role" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"At a more conservative Events and there were all these pastors. They are from a more conservative tradition than myself. And from one thing i think stretch them to listen to me as they were like. Yeah you shouldn't even be. There was a thought lee. Look very very suspicious. Ya but they were very happy to point out to me. That the very first christmas since a pastor who got a lot of negative attention was bill high bills from willow creek and they kind of romo's gleeful about that. Because he was in their worried he was egalitarian. As opposed to a complimentary on not to use like real to church. Speak here but that means is how do you look. At the way women men relate to each other are the equal or are they complementary which is a word. I just i just really hate is just says that men have one role and women have another role in did together but you know never the twain shall meet kind of thing. So there's this tendency this human tendency. I think to say well. We may have our problems. But we're not as bad as them. And so i just want to kind of back up and say no. We all have our problems because this is a human problem and we all have to deal with it instead of hiding. Chris let me ask you questions. How do you because obviously you need to be able to talk to different groups. Different denominations from a different point of view to meet them. Where they're at talk to a britian evangelical women who are across the board conservative. Thought do believe in the metoo movement in that they are absolutely sympathetic towards women who've been abused assaulted whether they have or not they will sit and say yes. I have a role as a woman in the church. I have a role as the wife and my family. But i'm absolutely against sexual assault against women being abused in the workplace or otherwise. How how do you speak to them. In a way where they may have extremely conservative views of where a woman's quote unquote place is but they still are completely against the idea of of having salt de normalized. How how do you speak. I would be very challenging to them. I think partly just being who. I am being in my own skin and partly in the way i would kind of deconstruct scripture with them Because anybody's against the salt. I mean we don't wanna see. Puppies get hurt right. I mean it's it's too easy to say. We don't want to see anybody get hurt. You have to look at what the underlying problem that. The problem is powered differential because sexual abuse is always the abuse of power. So anytime you set set up a society or set up a system. I mean this is the word we haven't used enough yet as system. I mean this applies both to race. Feminism is that you have to look at how the whole system embodies these sinful. What i would call simple things. You could call them societal problems if you're not religious but you know we have these systemic problems and what happens and and i think we were kind of touching on this a little bit What talking about white feminists being such it..
How To Create 1 Year Of Marketing Content In 5 Days
"I'm so fascinated by this because i totally agree with you that that. What's so weird about marketing is that it can be absolutely all consuming and then a small business owners. Don't do it cuz it's absolutely visit other right. It's just a crazy thing so Okay so you develop these strategies and can anyone implement the money. Does it work in any industry in for anyone with any level of knowledge about marketing. Yes actually does. And i've used this across did so many different industries over the years You know business service. Industries product industries industries that have regulations on them financial industry lawyers all these different industries. That you can really use with what it comes down to is. It's about consistency and a lot of times. I feel like an experience as myself many times. We get going january one role excited and we do everything for about two three weeks. Maybe three months even and then we just like things get in the way life happens. We need a break. We don't know what to post on social were not. Our websites aren't really up to date. All these things happen. So what i did was. I sat down and created the five days which is the five pillars of marketing. And i feel like you know seen the so much that if you have these five things going for you if you have these five things that you're actually paying attention to then you're gonna have a release Marketing strategy and it's actually going to work. It's not just going to sit there and do nothing. Because i feel like if you don't have all the five pieces of you're missing one or missing to. You're going to see that reflected in the lack of sales of the lack of growth that you're expecting so i've see people also. They'll put too much emphasis on one another and they'll they'll definitely see themselves stagnate with that. So when you look at the five pillars the first one is branding is just the foundation of everything and if we can get your brand right in a day and we can make it a really good solid brand with a good message. That's clear and you know who your audience is than everything else we do for the other four days just falls into place And it just makes it so much easier and the other day is Which we can go into a little bit more but the other days our website in a day twelve months of social media today twelve months of blog posts in a day and twelve months of email marketing campaigns in a day. Wow okay now. I love this idea of getting your branding down because that really feels like the lynch to everything because it it. It's it makes it so much easier for people to know what it is that they're gonna post right. Yeah yeah i so. Interestingly i totally got what you were saying about we start. And then either. We don't know what to post their things. Get in the way. Another thing that i've noticed in curious if you've noticed this as well so the last business owners at will will try a marketing like. They'll try an e newsletter. And if they don't get results in say three months they throw up their hands. They stop doing it and they say okay well. This isn't working. I needed down another road. He s okay. Yeah oh yeah. I mentioned like the five you have to have a five and they have to be firing on all cylinders all at the same time you have a car at only two cylinders work. You're not going to drive that car right. And so and doesn't it take a while for marketing to take hold. It does and people don't give it enough time. There is a very impatient market. When you're looking at entrepreneurs versus marketing. We get very impatient. We want to see results now and when we're promised results now that's what i get really frustrated as just as a marketer a lot of other marketers will promise results yesterday and can't deliver and then i get you know the the backlash from that from the other the other side of it would be for like i didn't work now. What are you going to do to fix it. You know and then the pressure is really on right.
Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia’s Seven Bucks Productions Teams With Universal for ‘Scorpion King’ Reboot
"Pictures is teaming up with Dwayne Johnson and Danny Garcia, seven bucks Productions to relaunch the Scorpion King. It was Johnson's first role on the silver screen. Johnson and Garcia will produce the new film, along with seven bucks is production president, while insiders say it's likely that Johnson won't appear in the movie There is a possibility he could make an appearance when the film finally gets into production. The original hit action film premiered
Female Comedians Unite
"Hollywood's top comedy. Actresses are uniting in saying they are sick of being put in a box. Tiffany Haddish told the Hollywood reporter that she had to turn down multiple projects as a block comedic actress. She says she gets roles that are overtly sexual or roles that had her play a mom whose child gets hurt in some way. Way And she's fighting for justice. She mentioned this during a virtual actress roundtable. That also included Jamila Djamil Jamila said she's always given scripts to play a character who has too much sex. Robin said the writing is often so bad for comedy actresses. She's resorted to writing her own. Do you think that men and comedic roles feel the same way, or is this? Just a one sided argument. No I think you've you asked Matthew mcconaughey Hey why his career went away did it's because those were kind of the only roles that men had to get as well men who were players, men who still had roommates in their forties men? who were Douche bags? That never got out of Frat life. I think that's comedy is all about is lagging at at those things in life, but I think men do get them as well. Okay, I I was conflicted about this I I'm not a comedic actress and I actually thought the opposite I thought that women who were put in comedic roles were usually sort of the best friend role or the woman. That's like maybe made to look as unattractive. Unattractive as possible to be as funny as possible, so I didn't realize that women who were being put in comedic roles. We're supposed to be overtly sexy or things of that nature so to hear this actually quite surprised by it because I just didn't view it that way. Yeah, I think there's typecasting when it comes to a lot of actors whether it's you were maybe a nerdy role in one movie. Then a lot of people see you as oh. That's going to be the quintessential nerd. If we look at Michael Sarah or Christmas, plus like they are also typecast in their own way, so yeah, I feel like it falls on both sides, but do we feel like right Impro-? No I wouldn't ask for it to improve what I would do. is either a write my own scripts and come up and find content that is right for me as an actor or an actress or I would just pass those things up because what happens is if you pass it up. Another actress gets the job, so let's not have those roles diminish. Let's see those roles go away. Just pass them to another actress. Who's just starting her career? Everyone's not in the position, obviously to pass roles and I think you do have to maybe do roles in the beginning of your career, like for example, even just with my own career right I started on a reality show. That wasn't my end goal but I did that to get to where I was now. There was obviously no guarantee in that out, but luckily it has women who wannabe actresses, whether it's serious actresses or comedic actress, or both start their career out and have different intentions are willing to do different things than maybe they get. Get a little bit more famous, or they get a little bit more successful, but I think what you said. Aaron was very valid and I don't know if it's a comedic actress. Issue I think shirt. People just get typecast in general I think the bigger conversation I feel like when you're casting one role, you do it sell well. People tend to want you for different kinds of roles that are similar to that. Yes, yeah, exactly and like what you were saying just in like you know if you don't want those roles, let's not eliminate them. On them, and these women who are part of this roundtable seem like they're fortunate enough to be able to pass on those roles that they don't WanNa, take on I will play the funny gay friend. Anytime Billy. Porter is not
Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the meat industry
"Meatpacking plants serve one role to turn a steady stream of cattle hogs and chickens into the cuts of meat that consumers want wielding knives and bone size workers line fast moving conveyor belts that winds through these plants in some poultry facilities workers are expected to process up to a hundred and seventy five chickens every minute long before trump world there are these plants were built twenty thirty even fifty years ago the characteristics of the work spaces were not designed having in mind an emergency like the one we're living in now that's a forty five year old worker at the beef plant in Grand Island Nebraska where withholding his name because he fears losing his job in late April several people who worked near him tested positive for covert nineteen one died and he was instructed to quarantine at home the plant's owners JBS USA refused to shut it down are you morally very first they only care about housing and money they don't care about the workers don't care about the health of the workers in written statements GBS officials denied that characterization stressing that the company is committed to worker safety but many meat workers say it's nearly impossible to socially distance in a meat packing plant thousands of people are in the building at one time and workers say hand sanitizer and soap dispensers are often empty even before the pandemic the Nebraska worker worried about accidentally cutting the person next to him goal at least six people working in that area they should eliminate three for now white if you eliminate the person next to me you make more space I think that the job itself is already stressful and backbreaking gruesome and this just added a whole lot more pressure to say Castaneda's father works ninety miles from Grand Island in the Smithfield pork plant in Crete Nebraska she helped organize rallies outside that plant to pressure the company to change its safety protocols it be difficult and it would require an investment but I think it can be done to protect the workers meatpacking companies say they are investing in new safety measures Jared Gillig is in charge of operations for Cargill's meat plants with your cubicles built under kept your table so we don't have folks you're sitting right next to each other I mean so that obviously is a significant change Gilling says that workers are only part of the puzzle his company also has to consider all the cattle to be slaughtered and butchered lining up outside the plant as we balance that with the help of our team and then obviously the drawn to demand from a customer standpoint it quite frankly it's more of a balance of that Kim Cordova says that balance is off she's a union official with the United food and commercial workers she says companies can't just install hand sanitizer stations in plastic dividers and call it a day they may have to do some reconstruction to wide spread both lines out the easiest way to do that might be to slow the line down but the speed of conveyor lines is a hot topic Cordova says the latest recommendations from the CDC and OSHA don't specify how fast lines should run during the pandemic they have not given clear guidance on how bout those three increase should go and in fact the in the pork industry president trump is deregulated a lot of these agencies and they've also allowed those change to go faster on Friday the USDA announced that fourteen plants in states that shut down in recent weeks are set to resume operations that comes as nearly fifty workers nationwide have died from cove it
Engines off: Canceled iconic F1 race dents Monaco's prestige
"You know we also stop turning the champagne is stuck on ice and lots balm silently in the famous harbor formula one's role because circus will be coming on may twenty full for the iconic Monaco Grand Prix up to sixty five thousand people attend a one day all within a sardine can radius with million as crime together with cap wearing F. one fans the race was cancelled March nineteen because of the clone of our separate the jewel in F. one crown removed for the first time in sixty six years a blow to the tiny principality huge prestige and its finances lost revenue will come to about one hundred and fifty million dollars when you factor in early may is historic Monaco GP with its classic racing calls famous members of the film industry but George Lucas and Michael Fassbender often come for the big race which she has a sunny spot light on the French Riviera with the nearby Cannes Film Festival I'm Charles Taylor this month
How The Fed Fights Coronavirus
"The Federal Reserve the Fed Country Central Bank has been insanely busy trying to support the economy in the past month. But might not know that because the Fed hasn't really been in the headlines. The Way Congress has been so tan show. We're going to fill in the details. What the Fed has been up to here? We go so during normal times if the economy is growing too fast and there's too much inflation meaning prices are rising too fast. The Fed can raise interest rates to slow the economy down a bit and if the economy is really weak like right now the Fed can lower interest rates and give the economy a boost but the FED has already lowered interest rates to almost zero. So that means it. The Fed really just cannot do any more to help the economy right. It's ammunition. Yeah there's no more ammunition and I am certain. Stacey that Fed Chair Jerome Powell would agree with me when it comes to this lending. We're not going to run out of ammunition that doesn't happen okay never mind. That doesn't happen like bullets forever. That was that was chair Powell about a month ago on. Cbs Today Show and what he meant. Was that no matter how bad the economy suffers as it deals with krona virus the Fed can always increase. How much money. It is lending to the economy to support it. That money cannot be given away. It has to be in the form of lending but there is no limit on how much lending the. Fed can provide an in the time since that interview with chair pops only a month ago but since then the economy has been collapsing and the Fed has responded by setting up nine new lending programs these facilities to get money to different parts of the economy in partnership with the US Treasury Department and this has been a much bigger much faster response from the Fed then during the financial crisis of two thousand eight. It happened fast that happened in volume and it happened in partnership with the Treasury. It was pretty smooth much smoother than the last go around. This is torres a reporter at Bloomberg News who recently analyzed all this extraordinary new activity from the Fed and Craig's. You can think of the Fed's actions all of these lending programs as falling into three different buckets. Three buckets the reflect the three roles that the Fed is now playing in the economy. And I up. The Fed is now acting as the economy's lender of last resort this all that is actually familiar to central banks in crisis so simple way to understand lender of last resort is to imagine. You know there's like one bank in a small town. The bank has loaned money to businesses in the town but the economy is going bad so those companies might not be able to pay back that bank. Well the people in town here about it so they all rush at the same time to take their money out of the bank runs on the bank. Yeah but the bank does not have all their money precisely because it loaned some of that money out to the businesses which we're GONNA pay back later on in the future. The money's in your house in your house and yours so the panic gets worse because everyone wants to get their money out of the bank before it runs out until Craig says the central bank the Federal Reserve would show up. And just say. I'm going to loan loan loan to this bank as much money as they need until the panic stops nowadays things are obviously more complicated but this basic role of the. Fed as lender of last resort is pretty much the same. It's just that you know this little town bank has partly been replaced by different kinds of markets if for example instead of depositing your cash in the bank you can buy a short term. I owe you from a bank or from another kind of financial company where the company basically says. Hey let us borrow your money and we'll pay you back in a month and we'll pay you back with a little more interesting. You would have gotten from just bank deposit well about a month ago. Companies started having trouble selling these people did not want to buy them probably because they were worried that as the economy was tanking these companies would struggle to pay them back now. This is a problem because some companies rely on selling those I o us to pay for their daily operations including to pay people salaries. Yep So what the Fed did was it. Set up a facility to buy these. I owe us directly from the companies. These Iowa used by the way are just called commercial paper and this lending program from the Fed is a facility. Craig says that is providing emergency cash when there's something wrong with a market that won't give these companies short-term finance and once people saw that the Fed was actively buying this commercial paper these I owe us from companies. They stopped being nervous about buying it themselves. So companies were again able to sell their US and pay everybody salaries. Yeah I mean this is important. Also because some of these financial companies that sell the I. R. Themselves Providing Credit to people to get mortgages and car loans and these companies can continue doing that now. The Fed has at other similar facilities as lender of last resort and in all of them. The Fed is making sure that financial institutions can borrow in the short term so that they can lend money out to the economy in the long term with the Fed has done is to restore confidence in these markets. Yeah this partly explains by the way. Why the Fed is not in the headlines as much when it is doing its job. Successfully markets calmed down which just doesn't attract as much attention but it means that the Fed is doing its job yet. No news is good news right. Yeah that is one role. The Fed is playing lender of last resort. The second role Craig gives it a similar name investor of last resort but Craig says there are big actually really radical differences in these roles so in investor of last resort. There are two programs they are set up to buy longer term debt sold by big corporations and the fate is not restricting itself to just supporting the debt of the safest companies. It's also supporting the debt of some risky companies. Like ones that sell junk bonds for a guy who's been covering this institution for going on two decades. I have never seen anything like this. As investor of last resort the Fed is going beyond supporting short term lending markets to avoid panics. It is directly financing the longer term. Borrowing of corporations and this is pretty controversial. Partly because a lot of companies borrowed a ton of money in recent years and so the Fed might be kind of inadvertently signalling to these companies. That they can just keep borrowing money into the future like Willy Nilly because if the chips are down the Fed will help them out. If the economy goes bad they really have changed perceptions about risk mainly an told the markets that in moments of excessive economic
Here's What We're Watching During Quarantine
"I've had for years box. Dvd set that celebrates the Chicago Bulls six championships in the nineteen nineties. The title is NBA Dynasty Series Chicago Bulls Real quick takeaways couple takeaways Scottie. Pippen totally underrated. I I mean. I know he's considered a legend and one of the top fifty basketball players all time. But but he's even better than that as far as the goat discussion. Greatest of all time between Jordan and Lebron James. All right I conceded. I think it was a year or so ago that Lebron has probably taken that title. I'm more than willing to be argued that I'm more than willing to be argued wrong as a Chicagoan but one thing is for sure after going through some of these. Dvd's Jordan is so much more fun to watch. I mean he just. He spent so much time doing beautiful things. High up in the air way above Lebron's had would have been so That's just a blast to watch now. You can't this is kind of a sneaky. Pick you can't stream this. Dvd set so. I'll take this occasion as an excuse to mentioned that. Espn's ten part Michael Jordan Doc. The last eight they move that up it was gonNA come out on June nineteenth. Yup the release date is April nineteenth. So obviously I can't wait for that listeners. I can maybe loan you my bulls box set because it isn't streaming but otherwise just look for the last dance this weekend on ESPN. I will be watching it. Yeah I have not seen the set that you are watching but I cannot wait for Sunday night. When the ten part doc starts it's been this mythical thing that's been rumored to be in production or potentially production for some time new house coming out and ESPN wisely bumping that up. I think it's something that a lot of people just like us are going to be watching my number three these fall under the category of blind spots and in this case there is a specific hook to Josh. Though it wasn't by design all explain it's my unofficial slash official. Bruce SURTEES MARATHON. So one day. I realize I'm kind of running out of options in terms of things that are really hooking me on net flicks and I know that there are some things I should get to real cinematic blind spots that have been mentioned on the show over the years that I feel regret about but they just seem heavy. I'm not ready for it yet. I need stuff. That's under two hours. I can knock it out and I needed to be reasonably entertaining but I do still WanNa feel like I'm getting some homework done. I do still want to feel like I've crossed something off my list that I felt for some time that I needed to get to so I went over to Amazon prime. And one of the things that popped up happen to be dirty Harry the first dirty Harry movie with Clint. Eastwood Don Siegel directed and right away. I realized how stylishly shot it was and so after I watched it I looked up who the DP was and I see that. It's Bruce Surtees. I think yeah I know that name. I can't really tell you what else he's done. I don't know much about his history's legacy at all but that is a name I have heard and oh I'll just file that away okay. So what's next? Couple of days later I go back to prime one of the film's POPs up. Lennie the Bob. Fosse directed film about Lenny. Bruce and that really is one for me. I've always been ashamed because I adore. Is You know all that jazz. Fosse's film I like cabaret quite a bit as well and in the TV series Fossey Verdon some of the making of Lenny POPs up in that TV series it. Of course POPs up in all that jazz as well. A lot of cutting to scenes of the fosse alter Ego Joe Gideon cutting the movie. That would become lenny so it was kind of just been a joke for me that I've never watched this film. I decide I'm going to sit. And Watch Lenny and. I'm watching the credits. And whose name POPs up is responsible for the Black and white cinematography. It's Bruce Thirty so then decide okay. Well this is just too convenient too much of a coincidence. We're going to make this happen and I'll give you just a little bit of background on him. Is He a name? That's familiar to you at all Josh. Young familiar with the name. I don't think I would have been able to identify any of his movies though right so he got his start as a camera. Operator working with Don Siegel and especially on Siegel and Clint Eastwood Films in the late. Nineteen sixty so movies like two mules for sister Sarah and Cubans Bluff and then his first role as a cinematographer. As the director of photography was Nineteen. Seventy-one it was the beguiled so that Seagal Directing Eastwood and then play misty for me followed that where he was working with eastward again but this time Eastwood as director that was his debut he died in twenty twelve and if you look at his. Imdb the early two thousands in the nineties were not good to surtees out of maybe twenty. Titles there's not one that really stands out as essential viewing and even at the end of the eighties. The decade closed for surtees with rat boy back to the beach and licensed to drive in the eighties for him was otherwise filled with a lot of eastwood's stuff prior to that so movies like Fire Fox and tight rope and sudden impact even honky. Tonk man his heyday really was the nineteen seventies which brought me to night moves. This is an Arthur Penn. Early Bleak Neo Noir starring Gene Hackman as a former football player turned disillusioned private. I would other type of private. I is there in the seventies and it's all set within the movie business so it's reflexive to in the mode of Altman's the long goodbye and then the one I most recently watched was another Eastwood blindspot. Which is Pale writer?
Yal Eisenstat on Facebook and Political Ads
"Last October facebook announced that it would not fact check political ads and their decision quickly. Isolated the social media giant on the Texan twitter on the contrary decided to all political ads and Google restricted them and while that decision angered a lot of people to outside but also inside the company. The critics worry that the twenty twenty presidential elections in the US would be flooded and misinformation and that facebook's decision would make it worse woke up to good code a weekly podcast on ethics in our digital lives may name is gene lobby. And I'm your host to talk about this thorny issue we sit down with your license stats now a visiting fellow at Cornell texts digital life initiative she also teaches a class on tech media and democracy and she has had a fascinating career a public servant for most of her professional life. She served as a sea officer working on eastern Africa in the US then. She was a diplomat overseas before working as a national security adviser to Vice President. Joe Biden in the White House but one day she decided to take her services outside of government and eventually joined facebook where she was hired as their head of global elections integrity operations and the focus of her work was specifically political ads but things did not go as planned and six months she left. I sat down with yellow eyes instead of two weeks ago the day after the Iowa Caucus. I began by asking her. What brought her to facebook. How did she decide that going to? These giant was the next logical step for her civil servants by training who had spent all of her career working on protecting democracy. I left government in two thousand thirteen and my goal at the time was to see what the private sector brings to bear on a lot of the same challenges. I had been working on in government particularly overseas. I was really focused. Middle East and Africa at the time so actually my first role when I left government. It's kind of funny actually. I was looking for one of the biggest I called it. The biggest baddest companies in the world that was having a profound impact on people's lives and wanted to help them figure out how to work better with local communities and in two thousand thirteen. That wasn't actually facebook yet. It was Exxon Mobil so I actually went to head the corporate social responsibility strategy for two years at Exxon and then moved back to New York and started really freaking out to be honest about this breakdown in civil discourse that was happening in the US about. I mean. We've always been polarized. None of that is new but it felt like something really different was happening which is full level of poisonous. Polarization started to dig into. What's what's making that happen. And by the end of two thousand fifteen early two thousand sixteen. I actually really started to think that this breakdown of civil discourse was becoming our biggest threat to our democracy which I know sounds like a big statement for someone who used to head counter extremism work overseas and was like a senior national security person but it really felt really dangerous so I started writing and speaking about it and when facebook called. It's interesting. We're actually recruiting me for slightly different role but still one that was very relevant and we all. We both decided it wasn't the right role for me. And then one minute after Zuckerberg Senate hearing ended. They called me back. They gave me this big shiny title. You said it's a mouthful global head of elections integrity operations For business integrity and for someone like me who fundamentally started to believe that this platform was severely damaging democracy being offered the opportunity to come help them. Really think through this and see if there is a way to steer the ship in a different direction was something I absolutely could not say no to. You realize polarization is a great threat. social media partly responsible of it facebook being the biggest one. You go to facebook your offer that very shiny really kind of cool sounding job you accept it. So can you please bring us back to that scene today? We all have in mind face fixed position on political ads in two thousand and twenty but that was back in two thousand eighteen. That was already in the conversation that the position I guess was very different. What was the political discourse at facebook at the time? And what did you think you were brought to do? And what did you think you could achieve? It really. Wasn't that long if you think about it. After the whole Cambridge analytica scandal became public. So in facebook's defense which is not the way I start many statements but in facebook's defense they were really trying to beef up their teams to really make sure. This didn't happen again to be very frank. It didn't fully understand from recruiters the divisions and the silos within the company yet. So when I came in I realized that what I was really going to be doing I was supposed to be building. A brand new team. Hiring is meant they said as many people as I need on this sort of operational side of how they're going to handle political advertising. How they're going to verify who the advertiser is. What are the lines? They're going to draw between who can advertise. Who needs to be verified ensuring that foreign interference is not happening in the elections. All of those issues but not just for the United States around the world heard of what I really struggled with there is. You're bringing someone like me in whose entire world is about understanding the nuances and the differences between different cultures. Different policies different political realities. And you're asking me to work at a company that Kinda just wants this one scalable solution for the whole planet and people. There knew that was challenging. I'm not criticizing that per se but anyway so the fact checking conversation. We're having right now about political. Ads wasn't actually part of the process. Yet when I first came in what we were talking about when I first came in was it gets in the nitty gritty. What do you even classify a political ad? If somebody WHO's not a political candidate wants to run an ad about climate change is out of political ad and for people who don't understand why it is. It's because in part one of the Russians strategies when they were buying ads on facebook and not just ads. Also the organic contents. Actually a bigger issue was to purposely. Choose the most divisive issues in our political discourse and to fan those flames. This is white. The question is okay. So is that now a political issue? And do we need to verify who the advertiser is if they're advertising something about race relations so it's very sticky very complicated. But that's sort of where we were at. When I first came in those were the issues. We are really exploring. Sounds like you had a lot of Of Room to discuss debate bringing people to maybe steer the boat unfortunately didn't work out that way for me. That was absolutely why I believed. I was going into this role to be frank on my very second day. They're the person that I reported to said. I'm changing your title. She completely disempowers me. They tell me I am not going to be hiring a team. Tell it doesn't let me come to a lot of these meetings. It was very I still to this day. Don't understand why they hired me but I certainly understand. I was never empowered to do the role that I was brought. In
Senate votes to limit Trump's war powers against Iran
"Senate is set to vote today on whether to limit president trump's war powers as NPR's Windsor Johnston report the resolution would require trump to obtain congressional approval before taking any further military action against Iran. Democrats introduce the measure. After trump ordered an air strike that killed. Iran's top military leader last month Senator Tim Kaine who authored. The bill says. It's not an effort to tie the president's hands it's not really about president trump. It's really not even about the president's about Congress it's about Congress fully inhabiting our Article One role to declare war and taking that deliberation seriously president trump is warning the Senate against adopting the resolution saying it would send a very bad signal and allow Iran to act with impunity at least five Republican. Senators have reportedly said. They'll vote in favor of the
Rails Camp USA with Bobbilee Hartman
"Bobby Lee Hardman is a developer advocate. Swear she's been in development for the past five years president more widely known as the founder of rails Camp West the longstanding unplug retreat for Web developers in the United States. Bobby Lee recently moved from the wind. West Seattle bobbly. I wrote rails instructors for vote bootcamp call block. It's so great to talk to you once again. Bobbly yeah you to me. I'm excited. Thanks thanks for joining me. Bobby Lee what is your develop origin story okay. So it's Kinda crazy so I didn't study my first year of college was photography then. I transferred transferred after a year. In did You Know Business Administration with an emphasis in marketing so then after college I started working at a small startup it up and we are building a mobile APP. Emmy outsource all of our development work to you know like a small dead shot and I was kind of you. Know doing Little bit of designed for them and a little bit of like preparing to do marketing. Because the apple doesn't live yet so as always at that deb shops office and the guys is in. There could kind of tell that I was really interested in what they're doing. I thought they were like Superman News. Just so cool to see at the time. And so they gave me a book to read L. H. Meal on a Schmaltzy assess and I read it really quickly and I was just like super into it and excited that I can learn it and I just was like Oh my God. This isn't that difficult you no. I think this might be something I might be interested in so then probably like a week after I finished that book there is a technique Chicago conference and I was living in Madison Wisconsin at the time so it wasn't that far so I went with a friend and one of the sessions that was going on there was called Anyone learn to code and so I was like oh for sure have to go to the session. They're going to like teach me all kinds of stuff you know like maybe there's some magic thing going on that's not not you know. Engineering is not that complicated. Whatever some drop and drag thing like photoshop or something and totally not that but they kind of explained to me about this the program? There's this new concept of doing learning one specific language in eleven weeks and so they were the first school to do it and even before Dev bootcamp when I was like. Oh this sounds interesting. You know maybe I'll just figure out if I don't like it. I mean if I don't like it that'll be able to communicate with our engineers that were working with you know win win regardless bliss so you know but you know. I wasn't quite sure so when I went back to Madison to think about it and then a week after that. This all happened really quickly Week after that Madison Ruby. I was in town which is a smaller conference and the day before it was a rail bridge in rails was the language they were going to teach in that course in Chicago so I was interested so went to this one day workshop in rails bridges a one day workshop that you teach you kind of the basics of what rails is. It's it's pretty probably made for people that no other languages but I was like. Oh Whatever I. I don't know how to use a computer. Besides doing a little bit of photoshop stuff and now each to Mounsey assess the book so I went to this thing and I learned you know pretty you know lake. It was still very confusing. I mean it's very high level But it was you know really I just got me really interested in thinking more about going to school and then at the end of the workshop they were like is anyone in the Roma photographer. You know it can be casual. I don't have to be super professional national anything but we just want someone to take some photos of the Madison Ruby Conference over the next few days so I was like. Oh I can do that. You know I'm not you know. Amazing at doing internal shots are inside indoors shots. But you know they're like whatever yeah sounds good and so it was jam who I'm still friends with. And so yeah. I shot the whole conference when I met all these people in the rails community Ruby community that I'm still friends with today and One of the instructors that school in Chicago was there so he kinda convince me a few convince me to just go ahead and take the program in Chicago and just see what would happen. I love that story because it's essentially a series of you saying yes to opportunities soon. be allowing up. Yes so yes so then. Pretty much after that Yeah I went to school in. Chicago's two months or whatever and after that out I was like I should move back to Minneapolis because my first role could be you know an internship it can be unpaid. I'm not sure and I'm from Minneapolis. So but yes. I got my first paid salary and everything junior position after that And that felt kind of like my first real job because my startup job fell a little. You know just kind like a starter thing before right up right out of college so see then my career just kind of kept going after that I got my next suffer engineering role at intuit do it in San Diego and then if you other things Until I started working at square. So yes so that leads us where you are first. Developer advocate on the show. How can you tell me what that role entails okay so a developer evangelist or advocate developer? Relations are all interchangeable and there are a little bit different at every company and and at Square. We kind of are less focused on going to events a lot and traveling a lot which is what a lot of a lot of evangelists as you as you may have met some of of them. That's a lot of what they're doing is creating You know talks conferences going to conferences and blog posts. So we do you know. We do a lot of talks conferences. We also encourage a lot of our engineers to speak at conferences and to teach them about what are the opportunities are out there for them to get Get out into the community deep and then we work on the blog newsletter. and Um yeah this new YouTube channel which we've created a lot of tutorials and short videos intro videos videos about you know maybe one topic that you'll see on our docks or something and so. We're still coding. Because recreating these orioles and creating these workshops stuff on on our videos and for blog posts. Well and let's see what else is the main thing is that you know Every developer over ventures as a little bit different to and what. They're evangelizing. So what they're sharing to their community of developers so we focused on sharing and spreading the word about our SDK's API's his and about this new marketplaces kind of like an APP store for evangelists mean for developers so a lot of people know of square for our hardware. But they don't know about us as much for some of the you know adding a payment form. It's your website or your mobile APP so a lot of that is what kind of were getting the word out what. I'm trying to get the word out. Maybe you know on twitter or you know just being part of the community going to meet ups telling people kind of what we're up to and you know writing different blog posts and then And then another cool thing that we're up to is this marketplace's APP store if you will where we're connecting our smelling of sellers that we have so people that have readers tres in the hardware at their coffee shop or for their store the farmer's market We're kind of trying to make you know we're trying to work on. Adding developers offers into the scene there. So there's some developers who might WanNa make us custom tool for a seller so we're kind of connecting them in a marketplace where they can make money on people and building APPs for sellers dollars. So that's kind of this new thing that were Working on as well so yes so it's kind of different. You're always kind of like you know you're either spreading the word about what S. gave an API or were also teaching Our own internal teams. You know what are the developer saying slack or the questions coming through recently any. How can we change the docs to be a little bit? More user friendly What are some things that developers want that we aren't building? What are what are they saying about our current offering offering our current? SEK's in waters. You know yeah so. We're kind of like the voice of you know we can be help helpful in a few different ways but those are kind of all the things that would entail maybe something in evangelist evangelist would do not sounds like a lot. So what is the day in the life where you are you still coating yes so we're so coning. There's only three of us on my team that do mainly vandalism or advocacy and we so-called because we're creating blog post with some content in there so something where reteaching engineer engineer how to us when we're SDK's for example or introducing something that's new In an anarchist that were building for the Youtube Channel. We or you know coating up examples making small APPS Yeah kind of live coding on all of those videos so live examples of APPs Yes US oh. We're so th coating data days changes. Recently I've been working on looking back at all of our old blog posts making sure we don't have a lot of four fours and a lot of redirects going into some of our new content are new versions of Sek's or we've seen new API's that come out and there's new stuff coming out of the time so making sure blogs are up to date Working on a script for a video is something I do a lot now and mainly. That's I would say. Most of my time goes towards making scripts or working with other engineers on our team to produce a script gripped for something Yeah and like events we do some events for select engine like we'll have a group of people come and tell us how their experience with their API he is so we'll have you know events like that and stuff
"Welcome to dictators a new park cast original. I'm Richard and I'm kate with this series stories. We want to go deep into the minds of some of history's most hated despots. We all know about the atrocities committed by the likes of Hitler. And and Stalin in the United States were familiar with longtime American adversaries such as Fidel Castro and Kim Jong Hoon on dictators his will trace the psychological cultural and spiritual influences that transformed these individuals. Either they were born psychopathic or they were hardened by circumstance without fail each went from wanting to save their country to destroying it you. You can find all episodes of dictators and all other park has two originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream dictators for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type dictators in the search bar at podcast. We are grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening? It really does help for our first six episodes we're starting with a bang As we explore the lives of World War. Two's three worst dictators Benito Mussolini Joseph Stalin and Adolf Hitler. Today today we'll see how Mussalini harness disparate social elements such as socialism nationalism and future ISM to forge a new belief leave system fascism. This hateful ideology would be his chief tool in portraying himself as the ideal Italian man Dan and it would go on to inspire an even greater evil next week. We'll see how an alliance with that greater evil no not see Germany led to Mussolini's downfall. Mussolini is often thought of as Hitler's incompetent lackey his fellow fascist. Who Lost the war in Italy and died a day earlier on April twenty eighth nineteen forty-five his body hung the square and spit upon? But that is the modern perception in his time. Mussalini was considered a swashbuckling heartthrob heartthrob a master politician. He rose to power in Italy years. Before Hitler became the face of totalitarianism despite destroying civil liberties in his country and exiling thousands of Italian Jews to concentration camps Mussolini's people loved him mm-hmm and some still do. But how could the people of any time view a monster in such a romantic light and how has there's his global reputation fallen from that of the ultimate leader to the ultimate stooge in order to answer these questions. We must trace Mussalini his time as a socialist agitator in Switzerland to his years as a newspaper man to his crafty rise to prime minister. Aw Mussolini's entire life was a self defeating journey to fulfil a masculine ideal. He was born on July twenty ninth. Eighteen eighty three his father allesandro. Mussolini was his first role model. According to Spark Educational Mussalini once told a reporter after I come of peasant stock. My father was a blacksmith. He gave me strength. A young Mussalini would work the forge with his father sweat dripping sparks Sinjin. His skin researcher Andrea Son Giovanni describes the traditional image of Italian steelwork doc as a completely masculine world where the natural characteristics of man strength courage leadership honor aggression are praised to excess. Mussolini picked up on this learning to be strong to a fault to express only the most dominant reported himself. He was taught that a man worked hard that he and his father were the laboring peasantry and across the country in Rome there was was a king and a church that reaped the benefits of their labor and didn't work at all even worse. There were Austrian kings to the north who ruled old overland and people that were rightfully Italian. Young Mussalini imagine these rulers like fantasy despots almost inhuman every day at the forge. His father filled his mind with ideas about a revolution of workers just like them. Men like them mm-hmm strong workers who made up the real Italy. who would one day inherit the earth? Mussalini loved his father and he wanted nothing. Nothing more than to live up to these ideals. This belief system socialism with a little bit of nationalism would entrance and beguile him and throughout the rest of his life but as much as he admired his father he was also confused by him he talked about strengthened honor but but Mussalini gradually became aware that allesandro didn't exactly personify those things his father's main focus in life life was not on his work or his family but his mistress who we often spend money on while Mussalini his two siblings and his mother lived in a small home eating very basic meals this engendered toxic dichotomy within the young boy. He had a father telling him how to who act like a man but had no strong male role model to actually show him what that looks like and so he would spend his life trying to decide for himself. Mm Self how a man should act while nursing a selfish streak that would topple a republic because of his own father wasn't going to look out for for the young Mussolini and who would. His mother noticed growing anger inside of him in eighteen. Ninety Ninety two when Mussolini was nine she sent him to Catholic Boarding School in the hopes that the priests would be able to calm him. The opposite was true. To the Catholics were largely anti-socialists they took out their political beliefs on miscellany the son of a socialist this included withholding ending food from him and forcing him to sleep in the dog Kennel. His selfish streak deepened as he felt that truly the whole world was out out to get him at the same time. Some of the masculine ideals he had picked up from his father were being reinforced. Catholic doctrine emphasized is the differences between men and women how men were meant to be masculine leaders and Women Feminine Mothers. This idea was driven home by the simple fact that it was an all boys. School with male only teachers Mussolini's growing toxic masculinity famously boiled over one Sunday in the school yard when Mussolini stabbed a classmate in the hand and so his picture of the ideal man continued to fill out the ideal man was a strong hard worker like his dad had taught him but as he had picked up from Catholic school. Aggression was a vital a piece to the puzzle. He would never forget how the anti-socialist priests had treated him there pettiness. There need to exert control all over. A child was anything but masculine.
Trump fires John Bolton as national security adviser
"We start with breaking news in the politics and president trump today firing his national security adviser Ambassador John Bolton the too long well documented history of disagreeing disagreeing on matters all the way up to today when the two had different takes on how Bolton ended up on the wrong side of the White House fence the president tweeting in part quote. I informed John Bolton last night that his services are no longer needed at the White House. I disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions. According to John Bolton's tweet which came just twelve minutes later quote. I offered to resign last night in president trump said. Let's talk about it tomorrow. The news came just before a White House. Briefing that Bolton was was scheduled to attend secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin who both reportedly clashed with Bolton behind the scenes. Were notably all smiles at this briefing everything a source close to the administration tells me that Bolton's exit is the result of quote Ed Administration with dysfunctional processes and bureaucracy one that attracts people who we're willing to make the big compromise to work for trump so they are especially cutthroat. It's a real snake pit and it's run by quote in Iraq. President who is hard to manage anew brings out the worst sensibilities people add it all up in the source says quote John Bolton standing for principals such as it's a bad idea to invite the Taliban to Camp David Well. Oh he didn't have a chance. CNN's Kaitlan Collins starts off now from the White House John Bolton the firing in came via twitter as president trump announced today he informed his National Security Advisor. His services are no longer needed at the White House but but in a surreal moment twelve minutes later Bolan denied he was fired tweeting. I offered to resign last night and president trump said let's talk walk tomorrow. Bolton was seen by CNN cameras outside the West Wing this morning after sources said he got into a bitter disagreement with trump the the night before the alternative was the White House and you wouldn't have been happy with that either. They argued over the president's decision to host Taliban leaders at Camp David a a meeting trump later cancelled John Bolton's priorities and policies just don't line up with presidents bulletins pushback inviting the Taliban on US soil and allegedly tiddly telling reporters about his feelings after may have been the last straw with one source telling CNN the leaking is what got him but in recent weeks Bolton had found himself isolated from the president iced out by the chief of staff and barely speaking to the secretary of State there were many times ambassador Assar Bolton. I disagree that's to be sure. Bolton was scheduled to be at this afternoon's briefing alongside Mike Pompeo and Steven Mnuchin the president's view of the Iraq war and and embassador bulletins was very different but after the president's tweet a White House official said Bolt is no longer in the building. I like conflict. I like having two people with the different points of view trump once claimed he liked the chaos of a west wing with multiple opinions but he grew irritated by Bolton's hardline positions in recent weeks. I actually temper John which is pretty amazing now. Jacob President says he's going to announce his fourth national security adviser next week until then Bolton's is deputy. Charlie Kupperman will takeover the National Security Council but I do want to flag one other bit of reporting we got that may have shown that Bolton was on the way out apparently currently when they were at the g seven summit in France just a few weeks ago he was tentatively scheduled to build some of the Sunday shows defending the administration's policies but sources tell C. in the bulletin was uncomfortable and didn't want to go on to defend some of the president's policies including on Russia which had become a big topic of the summit though people close to and said he simply thought that people like Steven Mnuchin or Larry cudlow were better suited at defending the president's policies on tariffs but jake of course requirement of working in this White House as you've got to be able to defend the president on television even the president's post to have Russia back in the g seven Kaitlan Collins. Thanks so much joining me now is Senator Bob Menendez a Democrat from New Jersey. He's the ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee senator. Thanks for joining us your reaction to John Bolton being fired. Look the Unser Mona's way that Bolton was fired at stupid this functionality the whiplash that goes on in terms of you know national security and foreign policy look at the record this is going to be the upcoming the fourth national security advisor the Third Secretary of defense the Secretary Second Secretary of state the Second Second Director of National Intelligence and the list goes on and so the situation room shouldn't be the place in which the president plays his this reality TV show of the apprentice so it's it's very hard for our foreign policy and national security both with our allies as well as sending messages to our adversaries by the dysfunctionality that the president has in the White House. I'm no fan of John Bolton. He's very bellicose in some of his views but you need a national security advisor who's was willing to give you alternative views and other realities and not just yes men in in such a critical position. Well I want to ask you about Bolton specifically because one of your colleagues league's Republican senator who declined to be named told CNN that Republican senators quote clone to people like Bolton on Capitol Hill relying on him to know what's really going on at the White House seeing him I suppose as a non-sycophantic grown up one of the proverbial guardrails what do you think well clearly although I don't agree with many of embassador Bolton's views and he has a bit of a bellicose way about him in terms of foreign policy and national security but he was a voice that would give alternative realities or real realities to the president for his consideration and I know that in many choices for example like the precipitous move in Syria which would have left those who fought alongside with us in in the Lurch that voices like his were also you know surrounded by members of the Senate who who felt this was a disaster astor in the making so I think there are those particularly on the Republican side who felt that he was some sort of stability in terms of foreign policy there are many on my side of the aisle who thinks that that accurately you know he was a bit of a warmonger but what this says Moore I think it's less about Bolton and more about the president the president has no stability in in terms of national security and foreign policy just cut his legs from his Afghan. you know envoy his. Middle East peace envoy just laughed. He's got nobody with Kim. I'm John Own to deal with it so it's it's a disaster at a time that we have to one of the most challenging foreign policy scenarios in the world that I've seen in nearly thirty years. I know you disagree with Bolton on on a lot but there are areas where I imagine you you do have some agreement. A Bolton was skeptical of the President Meeting with Kim Jong Hoon skeptical of the president's offer to have a no strings attached meeting with the Iranian President Ruhani. He was against the Taliban being invited to Camp David. I wonder what this might mean for the administration going forward when it comes to policy and when it comes to people in the president's inner circle who are willing to say you know what Mr President. That's a bad idea I think those people are few and far between if there are any left in this administration. I think the only way you survive in this administration is by I saying yes Mr President even if you believe it's a horrible idea including for the national security and interest of the United States in its people and so that's one of the challenges of this administration administration the reality is is that this is why I believe that Congress under its Article One role is more more important than ever before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee the House Foreign Relations Committee the intelligence committees the Armed Services Committee need to have a robust oh bus vigilant row using their article one authorities to try to pursue a foreign policy that the administration ultimately will will limit the risks that they pose in terms of US foreign policy and national security interests oil prices fell almost immediately after trump tweeted about Bolton Why do you think that is. What are the ramifications might this well? I think that those who believe that Ambassador Bolton who was an advocate of for example example the potential of an attack on Iran because of its nuclear program and the instability that that would create in the region maybe be those of us that now there's less of a bellicose view as it relates to Iran and the region you know I would assume that that's speculation on their airport and that's why some of the prices fell all right Democratic Senator Bob Menendez of the Garden State New Jersey. Thanks so much appreciate it. Sir Thank
El Paso, Walmart And Dayton discussed on How Do We Fix It?
"This this week after el paso and dayton mass shootings and the need for reform we hear from several guests. I'm somewhat more emotional when you are at times. Jim and i have to say started the week after the shootings in el paso in taking both angry and sad about the state of the country but it's it's inspiring to see at least how the people of el paso a city which has a low crime rate and his eighty percent hispanic right by the border order with mexico how they held rallies after the walmart shooting calling for love and not more fear and hatred at the times of crisis like this. It is easy to think that things are always getting worse that we're in some kind of downward spiral and i think one role that we play on this show is is to try to step back and look at the bigger picture. It's admittedly hard at of of a moment
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey DLC to be tweaked after forced romance backlash
"Ooh. Yeah. The decision ominous asan's creed odyssey for glad media award in the new outstanding video game category was a difficult. One in the wake of controversy regarding its recent downloadable content. Its presence here will surely raise eyebrows. We understand those concerns in wish to address them directly one assassin's. Creed odyssey won't in October twenty eighteen it quickly became a hit with the LGBTQ community as the first role playing game and its long running franchise odyssey gave players unprecedent control over their character and story, including the ability to form same sex romantic relationships. LGBTQ identities were an intrinsic part of the game's world set in fictional, ancient Greece, and for many players Cassandra Helio and Alexis became beloved examples of authentic LGBTQ representation. This all changed with the DLC episode released last week legacy of the first blade shadow heritage in which a storyline. Unavoidably places Cassandra slash Alexi goes into a heterosexual relationship at worst. This sends the. The harmful message, the sexual orientation can be changed at will. And that LGBTQ people can choose to conform to hetero normative expectations in spite of their identities to be clear this nomination should not be taken as an endorsement of the deal seat. Ubisoft has publicly apologized for the for the acknowledgement steak instance last week Gladys men and direct contact with saw in an effort to work together. Improve aspects of this deal seen future content releases the forthcoming updates the shadow heritage nets by just yesterday are positive step. And we applaud them for working to mitigate the damage. Let's while we're drilling into this statement off of one story drill into another story with another statement. So what happened if you remember when we were talking about this last week shadow airdrop episode to the deal as they've said here, you get put into a heterosexual relationship at the end, the idea being you need to further the bloodline that way, they can keep the continuity of assassin's creed going, they would've out people are acting like that's not cool. That's totally against what you said. We could do with the character and the character Bill and somebody who built my. Freedom of the entire game. The exactly very weird thing to use off said, you know, what you're right sorry. We were heads down. We didn't make we didn't think this through. We're going to in the next episode three put in a choice that and dialogue that lets you get out of it. And let it makes bulb on crafted that way, right that however has already been changed because the idea was that we can't we can't do anything. So to we're going to do some of three yesterday after we went off the air. We saw this statement after hearing player feedback in Cussing within the development team. We are making changes to a cut scene and some dialogue in shadow heritage to better reflect the nature of the relationship for player selecting a non-romantic storyline. These changes along with renaming trophy slash achievement are being made now and we'll be implemented upcoming patch. We've also been carefully looking at the next episode bloodline to ensure the paths that players experience mirror. The choices. They make in the game. So to be clear bloodlines bloodline episode three shadow heritage is number. Two they were going to screw stuff. Screw chain stuff in bloodline to reflect the reaction to two. But now because reactions been loud enough amd because they worked with glad they're actually going back and fixing episode to patching out to change it all so I think that's a better choice in the end.
The return of wolves to Yellowstone Park
"Problem since ancient times, they've been portrayed fables and legends and the bible as fearsome voracious predators. The story of the big bad wolf may be the most memorable. And frightening of all the fairy tales told by the brothers Grimm that grim reputation actually produced a very real result in America in the early twentieth. Century wolves were wiped off the landscape trapped poisoned and hunted until there was not a single one left in the American west when the National Park Service decided to bring wolves back to Yellowstone park in the nineteen nineties it followed a bitter debate between wildlife groups who wanted them restored. And ranchers who most definitely didn't two decades later, the wolves of Yellowstone still stirs strong emotions, but they've also had an impact that almost no one saw. Coming. In the dead of winter Yellowstone park is a beautiful, but forbidding place howling wind subzero temperatures, six feet of snow. Just finding enough food survive is a profound struggle for every animal waterfowl bison, elk foxes. They all have to work for every morsel. Yellowstone was the world's first national park. Founded in eighteen seventy two and remains one of the most visited millions of people come here every summer, but they used to pretty much leave it to the wildlife in the winter until the wolves came back behind the treatment. Now reports of a wolf citing can produce a traffic jam along the one fifty mile stretch of road. The park service keeps opening the winter. Visitors with spotting scopes gather in absolutely frigid weather for a momentary long distance view Bellevue came from Germany to see wolf, Doug. Smith runs the Yellowstone wolf research program for the park service. And no one predicted. This would happen actually we indeed the appeal of coming in to see the wolves. Yes. And it truly has been amazing and hundreds of thousands of people a year, we estimate come here. Justice sequels. Tourism pumps thirty five million dollars a year into the local economy much of it spent in the winter, which is prime wolf watching time we've seen flows all three days we've been out Glenn. My is a retired FBI agent from Arlington Virginia. Kathy lumbar is a retired cop from New Hampshire. They both paid an outfitter thousands of dollars to take them with watching. So what is it about wolves that bring you all the way out here from New Hampshire to sit out here and just hope for the chance to see them. They've been able to burn wolves back into Yellowstone and they've thrived. So that's just an awesome thing to see. It was January twelfth nineteen ninety five when the first gray wolves captured in Canada were carried into Yellowstone park. It drew both national attention and fierce opposition so much that armed guards were posted to protect those wolves. So the first walls released into Yellowstone park or released rightback here in this thicket. Yes, so total forty one over three years. How many are in the park. Now, we've got ninety six and ten packs, and it's been roughly a hundred wolves the last ten years very stable, those ten packs of about ten wolves each are without a doubt, the most closely observed and studied wolves on earth our goal is to keep touch with each pack. That's our goal. They do that by trying to attach radio collars to at least two wolves in each of the parks packs. So you fly. The airplane. Find wolves in the open that airplane radios, a waiting helicopter on the ground. The helicopter flies out with a gun in the back seat. That Gunnar is almost always Smith himself. And you fly up alongside that wolf, and you should tranquilizing dart into it. Five minutes. It goes down. We process the wolves. We take blood. We measure them we look at their health, and we attach a radio collar, and then we follow them for their life. Hopefully that life by the way typically lasts about five years. You'll Allstone wolves are fears and territorial the leading cause of death is a tax from other wolves. And their look is uncontrollable that look says I ain't going to conform to your rules. And I'll die before I do, and that's powerful. That is a location of a wolf data from the radio callers has helped Smith team to learn volumes about wolf behavior. Folder is by them. It also helps all those wolf watchers. Find them truck service employees. Rick McIntyre is out every day listening for signals that is from a black. Male Wolfram revenues seven and then spreading the word. Did you like to see a gray well of two okay? So it's a little bit right of center. Oh, yeah. Oh, look here comes a whole pack. Wow. To receive you can count the mall. It would be to graze six blocks four five six black ones and the white one that went by in the should be a second gray. How 'bout that? We had spotted the junction Butte pack, along a ridge line about two miles away. Like most packs, it's led by an alpha, male and alpha female, the only two wolves in pack who mate with each other greyhounds, a female is still leading to the right? And you see how the ones behind are playing. She's determined to lead them to the west. They're running along the top right along the real. Yeah. That's magnificent. We can see these wolves from the ground, and it's been a sensation. So we've learned a lot about packed dynamics and personalities and how social they are. What do you mean describe that for me? They won. Wannabe together, their pack animal. So the power of the wolf is the pack. Nowhere is that power more evident than when a wolf pack is on the hunt for elk its favorite prey they worked together because they have to your average wolf weighs one hundred pounds or so, but your average prey animal is much bigger, but below seven hundred fifty pounds a colleagues five hundred so house of roughly one hundred hundred twenty pound animal going to take that down. They do it. Doug Smith says both by coordinating their attack and by zeroing in on Volna, Rable, pray. They're going to take the week. So they're making their living off of calf elk old elk injured, elk without wolves. There was an overpopulation of Elkin Yellowstone as wolves have cut the size of those hurts. There's been an unexpected side effect plants that elk. Feed on have made a comeback which has in turn produced benefits for other species. All the little trees have come back since we'll recover this Goey filled with shrubs has all come back since we'll recovering and the wolves are a factor in all of that very simply put wolves Email elk eat this when the L kit reduced the eat less so beavers and songbirds can respond to the growth in that vegetation. And it's Doug Smith is quick to say that it's not as simple as he just made it sound, but that hasn't stopped some environmentalists from declaring wolves the saviors of Yellowstone's ecology. There's some people who will try to convince you that wolves could probably solve Mideast peace and world hunger. Randy Newberg is a Montana hunter who hosts the TV show and podcast four hunters. He remembers how emotional the debate over reintroduction. In was between wolf haters and wolf lovers wolves are wolves. They aren't the big bad wolf, and they don't have rainbow shooting out there asking like everyone would think they do. There's something romantic about a wolf, right? Bless you've seen it chewing on a live cow. Eric Costa's family has been raising cattle and sheep one this Montana rent for one hundred years. He says he was worried from the moment the first roles will brought back to Yellowstone, which is about one hundred miles to the south. You know, they weren't going to stay in the part. They're wild animal their go or they want to go. I'm sure you knew it was only a matter of time before they were going to get here. Oh, yes. There was no doubt. And there was a set of tracks. Very well cost a new that wolves would follow migrating elk out of Yellowstone and onto his ranch and that they attack his livestock if given the chance he started hiring range writers to watch over his cattle, and he bought guard dogs to help keep wolves away from his sheep live sheep, pay for things. Live cattle pay for things deadwood and stole his defensive measures have kept wolves away from his livestock, but neighboring ranchers have lost both cattle and sheep to wolves. The thing that's never monitored. When I talked to these people is the loss nights of sleep. The nervousness. We'll track on my place today, or I actually saw wolf wolves around you can't measure compensate for that are wolf attacks on livestock, a serious problem. No. It's rare that it happens. But if it's happening to you. It's a serious problem. It was that fear of wolf attacks that drove ranchers and settlers to eradicate them in the early twentieth century after the Endangered Species Act was passed in one thousand nine hundred seventy three wolves were among the first to be listed and a campaign began to restore them to Yellowstone park after that happened in the nineties wolves quickly spread out of Yellowstone and into neighboring states, so many that there are now nearly two thousand in Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho after a long and bitter legal battle, those states finally won the authority to manage and sometimes kill wolves outside the national park has. This management of the wolves helped to lessen some of those passions to calm, some of those emotions I think so so to have wolves you have to kill the wolves and some situations. Yes. The first situation is cut and dried any wolves that attack livestock are immediately killed themselves. I think that's hoped a lot at least with the ranching community and people feel better if they're not powerless to deal with something and then wolves are hunted. There's hunting season on wolves all three states have. So having wolves be hunted has probably increased people's willingness to share the landscape with them two of them. Randy Newberg is living proof of that. He filmed a wolf hunt a few years ago for his TV show. It took him eleven days and one hundred miles of trudging and tracking through the snow. You went out looking. For a wolf and saw how smart they are. How cunning they are how athletic they are. If you wanna increase your respect for world's going chase them out on their landscape, hunters and ranchers and avid wolf watchers. Rarely see I'd y but they know agree on at least one thing. We've got a gray wolves are back in Yellowstone for good. People love this. You know, we live in an artificial world. It's stores and cars and roads and buildings wolves are real and people crave. It they love it. We almost have this thirst for something real now.