35 Burst results for "One Shot"
AP News Radio
Biden issues first veto, taking on new Republican House
"President Biden has lobbed the first shot of what's to be a bigger battle with the Republican led house. The president's issued his first veto, looking to kill a GOP author Bill that would have effectively reinstated a Trump era ban on federal retirement plan managers, considering things like climate change when making investment decisions. The veto is likely to stand and is an early sign of how the president will deal with House Republicans intent on undoing parts of his policy legacy, but it also serves as an olive branch of sorts to environmentalists who were upset by the administration's recent approval of a massive oil drilling project in Alaska. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Benjamin Hall: Learning More About Roderick Hall
"Well let me know my father was born and raised in the Philippines in Manila and he was born just before the Second World War And his father was Scottish his mother was Spanish Filipino And the Japanese invaded when he was 8 years old And for four years he was in a Japanese prison camp His family were killed And he eventually was released and lived for a couple of years in the bombed out streets of Manila And at the end when general McCarthy came back in to free the Philippines my father was living in the streets with his three younger siblings who were as young as ages of 6 And he knew that the Japanese were killing everyone as they pulled back and that the only way to survive was to try as someone told him to find the American lines get to the GI who were coming in and he did that He took a group of kids and he ran through the bombed out streets and I first shot a little boy next to him until finally they reached the point in the city where the Americans were at the other end of the street and they were shouting at him to keep running to us run to us and he made it down that road and he always told the story to me about being picked up into the arms of a GI from the Buckeye division Ohio National Guard and he was pulled behind the tank and he was rescued And he was rescued that day And from there he made his way to the U.S. himself And he went to college He signed up and served for the U.S. Army in Korea and he was saved around the world by American GIs when he was in trouble and he became the first and proudest American ever And I feel the same way and about 77 years later I was around the world and Americans stuck in a war zone and I made it to Poland and there was the U.S. Military who opened their arms and got me into a Black Hawk and saved me too And so I talk about it in the book There is this incredible similarity We come from a family of proud Americans that has been saved around the world by an incredible forces And so that's something I feel incredibly strongly about And
AP News Radio
Embiid, Harden help 76ers cruise past Wizards 112-93
"Joel embiid and James Harden led the 76ers to their 5th win in a row, a one 1293 pounding of the wizards, and beads scored 34 points, harden added 18 with 14 assists in the wire to wire win. First of all, we did a really good job of being physical with switching. Limited in one shot and off 13 we expect the floor, draw a penetration, finish around a room, and make over shots. So just beautiful basketball. They sat out the final period with Philadelphia already up by 12. Washington fell out of a tie for the final play in slot in the east and lost for the 5th time in 6 games. I'm Dave fairy.
AP News Radio
Bruins' 10-game win streak snapped by Oilers
"Edmonton Oilers came back and defeated the Boston Bruins three to two and snapped the bruins ten game winning streak. Boston scored in the first shot of the game, and in the final second of the first, but they were scored the next three, including the game winner by Darnell nurse with four 49 left in the third. We just kept playing. So emphasis on finding the next one, but not giving up anymore. So we were focused tonight. Everyone was out there just doing everyone's job and it was great to see. In net for the oilers Stuart skinner made 26 saves and handed the bruins just their third home loss in regulation this season. Break it out,
AP News Radio
Young's 20 help Maryland surge past No. 3 Purdue 68-54
"Jameer young led three players in double figures with 20 points as Maryland upset number three Purdue, 68 54, handing the boilermakers their third loss in four games, a technical fall against mason Gillis with per new up 8 helped spark the terps to a 29 to four run in the second half. Young says that's when the game turned around. Just trying to limit them to one shot, get out and transition. That's when we play our best balls, so the crowd was into it. They was bringing energy and, you know, we was taking good shots on our end. Braden Smith and Zach giddy had 18 each. The turps out rebounded the boilermakers 35 to 23. Craig heist college park Maryland
Mike Gallagher Podcast
U.S. Shot Two Missiles at Flying Object After First Shot Missed
"I'm serious. The missile missed the chairman of the joint chiefs, Millie, told reporters the first shot missed the second shot hit. The missile that missed landed harmlessly in the water of Lake Huron. And was later tracked down. They tracked down the missile, they saw the track down the balloons. They're at the bottom of the Lake. They're at the bottom of the, and they're in some Arctic area that's too cold to get to. Biden's given the order now to shoot balloons out of the sky because he was so embarrassed over the first one that he waited until it got over the coast of South Carolina. Derek, can you find out how much it costs? Because I saw that on the news last night, I want to get this straight. $500,000 missile wasted on a missed shot at a balloon that now they're saying they don't think came from China. What the heck is going on? And they're not forthcoming. They're not giving answers on anything on this.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Is There a Deep State, Crossfire Move to Remove Joe Biden?
"Think there is a move afoot to replace Joe Biden and clear the field for somebody else maybe a Gavin Newsom or somebody else in 2024? Is there a deep state crossfire move to remove Joe Biden? I don't know. I definitely heard a lot of people talking about it and I do wonder. But the way the Department of Justice is being so gentle with Joe Biden makes me think that they're not there yet. Maybe this is just the first shot that they're firing to let him know that they can control whether he gets to run again or not they've been protecting him with this gentle special counsel approach. They've been allowing him to leak get the information out and the friendliest possible way. So they might be just exploring options, but I don't think he's in true trouble because the Department of Justice is unfortunately so corrupt and so operating with so many different standards of justice here that he probably doesn't have much reason to worry yet.
AP News Radio
Kraken beat Maple Leafs 5-1 for 3rd straight victory
"Vince Dunne had a goal into his sister Seattle took care of Toronto 5 one at Scotiabank arena. The record scored four second period goals to break it open, including Dunn's 5th of the season. All my points are created off the Ford's working hard, finding me to get the puck, so a lot of credit to them. Ellie Tobin and Jared McCann made veneers and Alex wenberg for the other Seattle goal scorers who didn't get their first shot on leafs netminder Matt Murray until the 12 minute mark of the first period. John Tavares was the tropical score, the kraken have won three straight. John Luther, to run
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Chuck Rosenberg: DOJ Has Only One Shot at Indicting Trump
"Talking head. I think over on MSNBC. Listen to what he said about what could happen if they do get an indictment against Trump. And he's acquitted. Here's chuck Rosenberg on MSNBC. Sometimes when you're in the Justice Department, you can't talk publicly about what you're doing. You can't explain why it's taking a long time. But you really only have one shot at this. You really only have one shot to get it right. And so let's take our time. Let's be really careful. And if and when we put a case in front of a jury, let's convict because that legacy will have lasting import. To your point show, an acquittal could be devastating here. An acquittal could be what do you think happens to Trump if they bring him up before a court and he's acquitted and incidentally good luck with at least a reasonable jury convicting somebody of inciting an insurrection when this is what he said. I
AP News Radio
China reports 2 new COVID deaths as some restrictions eased
"Two new COVID-19 deaths are reported in China as it eases its restrictions following countrywide protests. The national health commission says the deaths were reported in Shang dong and Sichuan province, but no information has been given about the victim's ages or vaccination status. According to the commission, 9 in ten Chinese have been vaccinated, but only 66% of people over 80 have gotten one shot. These low figures and the fact that relatively few Chinese have built up antibodies to the virus due to strict lockdowns mean that many fear millions could die if restrictions are lifted entirely. But public anger and national demonstrations prompted by a fire in an apartment building in the northwestern city of Uruguay, which killed at least ten people, appeared to have pressured authorities to lift some restrictions. I'm Naomi Shannon
AP News Radio
Johansen scores in OT to lift Predators past Devils, 4-3
"The Nashville predators start a tough road back to back on the right foot, scoring 11 seconds in there Thursday night matchup the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential center. They bookend the start with another goal at the end of the first period, but the Devils would take the lead with three unanswered goals than the predators found another opportunity to strike in the final seconds of regulation when McCall Greenland poked in a rebound force over time. May have made a really good play in a neutral zone and I got the puck in and then it's just, you know, getting that one shot to the net and hopefully we can create something. Ryan johansen scored the second .33 seconds in overtime as the predators win four to three. Matt mankiewicz Newark
Strong By Design Podcast
Christians Are Called to Put Family Above Work Says 'Iron Sharpens Iron's' Aaron Walker
"You only get one shot with your family. You don't get to do over. You don't get to do over with those kids, their first this or first that or like when you come home and you kiss them and you put them to bed, you don't spend any time with them. And I got one more proposal to do or one more email to do and the little kids are like, I want to pitch baseball. I want to go to cheerleading. I want to go to recital. You there. If you're going to cheat somebody cheat the office because they don't have a memory, but that family does. That spouse that you're married to, you know, you need to hold them in high esteem because they're deserving of that and you've pledged that in a covenant that you're going to hold them first and foremost. For me, I'm Christian by faith. And so my relationship with God is first, then my wife, then my kids, then my grandkids, them my business, and when you have it in the correct order, you're going to be more satisfied, you're going to be evenly balanced throughout your life, and you're not sacrificing your family as a result of just gaining more tangible possessions or status or titles. Because when those things are taken away from you, who are you?
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Jennifer Horn and Larry Elder Discuss Trump or DeSantis for 2024
"Is here. Hi, Larry. How are you? Thank you so much for having me. I appreciate it. You are traveling all over, I know. And before we chat about that, let's talk about a couple of things first. We have on tap the big announcement scheduled for Donald Trump tomorrow. He's jumping into the race for the presidency in 2024. A lot of media establishment types are trying to turn this into a Civil War, I believe, between Ron DeSantis and Donald Trump. We're on desantis hasn't said he's running yet, but certainly there is stuff happening behind the scenes. And what do you make of that? Do you think there's room for both of them or do you feel like I do where it should be maybe Trump then desantis not Trump versus desantis? Well, the media doesn't need to make it into a Civil War. Donald Trump has already fired the first shot by calling him Ron sanctimonious and saying that but for Donald Trump, he would not have become governor and that he had some dirt on Ron that he may put out in the event that Ron decides to run. So I think the first volley has already been fired by mister Trump.
AP News Radio
Knight's 3rd career shutout lifts Panthers past Hurricanes
"Spencer knight led the Panthers to a three zero win over the hurricanes Night turned back 40 shots in his first shot out of the season and third of his career I try not to look at the how many goals they get up I think it's overrated Sometimes getting shout outs I think it's just finding a way to win He helped Florida kill off Carolina's three power plays and improved to 5 O at home this season Nick cousins opened the scoring 9 21 into the game Alexander barkov made it two zero with a power play goal midway through the third period Minutes before Sam Bennett scored into an empty net Anti Ron to stop 34 shots as the canes dropped their second straight since a four game winning streak I'm Dave ferry
AP News Radio
DeBrusk scores 2 as Bruins beat Panthers 5-3
"The Boston Bruins started the scoring early and never trailed as they defeated the Florida Panthers 5 three at TD garden just 21 seconds into the game bruins left winger Jake de brusque scored his first of two goals on the game's first shot In the second the Panthers tied it on Sam Bennett's first goal of the season but the bruins took the lead for good 8 minutes later on Patrice bergeron's second goal of the season in the third The bruins added golds from David pasternak Trent Frederick and de brusque second goal of the game while Linus Olmert added 37 saves Greg kedes Boston
The Dan Bongino Show
Phil Kerpen: mRNA Technology Raises Lots of Questions
"Well I think that the main advantage of the mRNA technology had is that it could be scaled up for a hue for the manufacturing could be scaled up to produce an enormous number of doses very quickly which would have been more difficult but the other vaccine platforms And so I think it was selected Principally for practical reasons in terms of manufacturing and delivery more so than it being the best platformer technology to actually make the most effective vaccine And maybe in retrospect that was a mistake Ironically one of the supposed great advantages of it is that they would be able to update it very easily and very quickly and instead of took them forever to update it and the virus has already changing again So that advantage wasn't really borne out But this is a technology that had never been commercialized before There have been a lot of research on it And nobody really knew what the duration of protection would be And because we were doing trying to get this through as quickly as possible get it available to people as quickly as possible We thought this thing would be like one shot or two shots and you'd be protected the rest of your life It seems like it's more like you're protected for a few months And then the question is are people really going to do it two three four times a year and what are the consequences of that going to be Because that had never been tested the repeated application So it raised a lot of questions I think that maybe if we add it all to do over again we would have taken a more traditional approach with a live attenuated or an inactivated vaccine or something like that But remember we've never had a vaccine for any coronavirus before And so the idea that there was some way to do it that would have worked better Who's to say that we would have had anything at all if we had pursued a different path I think the other challenge here Dan is if you're not one of the big guys if you don't have the stroke to get things through at FDA it's almost impossible to navigate that bureaucracy And so what might have otherwise been the best technology which is the novavax protein platform They couldn't get their manufacturing facility approved for like a year and a half while these other ones were moving through because they didn't partner with one of the big guys
The Officer Tatum Show
Video Shows Washington Man Firing Multiple Rounds at Officers
"So there's a police officer in Tacoma, Arizona and I may not take home Arizona law help me Jesus. Tacoma Washington who well, let me put the scenario together. There's a suspect who got into a domestic violence altercation with his girlfriend. She calls the police on him. She runs out to the house. She tells the dispatcher before she run out of the house. The hay he has a bunch of guns down in the room that he stays in. You know, he's a violent individual. She ended up making contact with police while she's talking to police. She said, hey, he has a gun. He has an AR-15. The guy's crazy. They get her to a safe area. This guy ends up confronting the police, not cooperating, going back inside the house, the police show up in the alleyway, and also in the front yard to try to contain him, he comes out, he pulls out a gun, he starts shooting at the police officers. He shot at the police officers in a hail of bullets, at least three separate times. Before super cop showed up, so super cop showed up with testosterone that you can see coming out of his ears, he pulls up to the scene, he put his coffee cup. He had a Starbucks latte. He put his latte on dashboard, I mean, you know, on a dash, he walks around, he pulls his rifle out, he didn't say nothing. The guy is shooting at him while he's doing this. And he didn't do nothing, but get his rifle together, load around in the chamber, sit up on the back end of the SUV and take one shot from a 183 yards away. That's out of control.
Parenting Autistic Children David Grant MBE - burst 2
"This episode will be doing things a little bit differently, though, as I'll be interviewing my husband, yes, fellow broadcast a vocal coach and leadership coach and campaigner David grant. As we talk about our own experiences of raising four neurodivergent children, welcome to the show David. Wow, nice to be here, Gary. So for those people that don't know about our family, could you just give us a rundown of our kids? Okay, we have four children our eldest olive is an actor. Our and olive is 27. Next in line is Thailand, who is 20 and also an actor. Next in line is Arlo, who is 16 and at school. And next is in line is Nathan, who is 12. And supposed to be at school, but currently not in school. Yes, okay, so you just had a little bit of a hint towards their not in school. That's been a familiar experience for us with three out of the four children. Because you've named all of their ages in their names and stuff. But what about their diagnoses? Just run me by some of the diagnosis that our children have got. Okay, I will, but because this is like a pick and mix at which point I'm bound to forget some. Would you jump in if I forget any? Yes. Because you know them as well as I do. Olive, has a disparity. And ADHD, Thailand is on the autism spectrum. And Arlo, third is on the autism spectrum. And Nathan. Now I got a minute rewind rewind back up back up. Arlo is autistic and has ADHD. Of course, yes, I forgot all of it as a whole a whole suit of what coterie. Yeah, these disabilities, they're traveling gangs, don't they? And has ADHD. Nathan a 12 year old has ADHD DMDD. Probably dyslexia. Even though they're still working on a diagnosis, and yeah, we have, you know, at some point, if anybody does disability bingo, we jump up and say house. Yeah, well, it's interesting you say disability because I don't really think of them as being disabilities. I think of them as being just different. I don't think of them as there are any disabilities in the light of the fact that the world is so unaccepting. That's very true. I think that one of the things with an invisible disability so it's called is that, you know, if we what we have done in our family is to recognize that the reason why it's called a disability is because some people find it more challenging to do things that neurotypical people take for granted. On the other hand, without children, it's also proven to be a different ability, because so many of them are able in ways in so many ways that they might not otherwise be able. You know, the gifted in ways that they might otherwise not be gifted. They're different and see the world in ways that absolutely challenge a neurotypical vision of the world. Yeah, and that's what we love about them. So tell me what it was like when all of these diagnoses that you've just mentioned there started to pop up. How did that come about and what were your feelings? Well, it's interesting. I've spoken to so many parents because we run parent groups. And I spoke to so many parents about the initial diagnosis and the reactions have been very, very many in varied, you know, for some people, it's a bit of a shock for some people it's almost like a disappointment for others. It's a surprise for others. It's an explanation. And I would say for us, well, certainly for me, it was in part an explanation. And also, in part, a sort of a wake-up call that said to me, this journey isn't going to be anything that you might have imagined. It is going to be. We don't know what it's going to be, but what we do know is that it's going to, it's going to plow its own field and chart its own course when we first got the diagnosis of our second and third Thailand and Arlo, the ones who are now 2016, which we got the autism diagnosis on the same day. Tai was 7. Aloe was three. What was that like for you? I have to be honest. And there was absolutely no sort of like heightened emotion connected to it, concern or disappointment or what was there was, okay, I need to now discover what this means. What this means for them, what this means for us and how it makes things different. Is it going to make things different if it does? How is it going to make things different? Because it didn't change them in any way. They got in the car. You got given the diagnosis and then they just got in the car and they were still Tyler and Arlo, weren't they? They had to change. But with that bit of paper yeah, it didn't change them one dot. One shot. One bit. But what it did change was my awareness of who they were. What it did change is my awareness that they may see the world a different way. And I didn't know what that was going to be, because there are only 7 and three, but what I did know was that the carnage journey that you can prescribe and chart out and say that the raising of a child is likely to fall within these parameters. There may be anywhere from track a to track B but the train is going to run along these tracks in some way. That went completely out of the way. I didn't realize at the time just how far out of the window it was going to go. But I did think, okay, this changes things. And one of the, I mean, some people might call it exciting with the benefit of hindsight, but at the time slightly sort of slightly nerve wracking things was having no idea of what it meant was going to change as they grew and as they developed. And as they began to inhabit the fullness of their personhood and understand the fullness of their identities, what was going to change. Well, we didn't know. And I think that, you know, there's a saying that everyone to see person probably knows, which is even if you've met one autistic person, you've met one autistic person. And even with just having two children on the spectrum in the family, the presentation is so entirely different. Yeah, they are. If somebody said to me, when we got the diagnosis, this is what autism looked like. And used one of them as in illustration. It would have completely excluded the other. Because the other one wouldn't have got a diagnosis based on that. It's very, very good point. So you've talked about what it was like to kind of grow in your knowledge of them and who they might become and to understand them a little. But what about parenting? Have you changed as a parent? This was 2009 if I remember. So we've had a good few years since. Have you changed as a parent? As a parent, I am unrecognizable from the parent I was in 2009. Now let's be really honest about this. Anybody who has raised a child will say, well, yes, of course, the parent you are to a 16 year old and the same parent you are to three year old. So there's the natural evolution of your relationship that happens as your child grows and matures. But there's also, I think that certainly for me having children on the spectrum, it meant that I needed to really abandon everything I thought I knew about parenting. It meant that I had to discover and develop a bespoke style of parenting that fitted specifically the child that was in front of me rather than having a general sort of one size fits all approach because it absolutely didn't fit. And really, it's not to my credit that I think that I was quite resistant to that because of the way they don't fit the one size fits all. Then it's obviously because I'm not implementing the one size fits all with enough figure. So I need to I need to just retrain and double down on the one size fits all and it will work and the fact is it was never going to work. And it kind of I would say out of the two of us, I was you were the hair when it came to realizing that we needed to adapt and adopt a new parenting style and we need it to be fluid and I was very much the tortoise. There was a kind of rigidity of no this is how you do it. And you know, I think that with regard to parenting, having children on the autism spectrum has taught me and continues to teach me is teaching me to be a parent, I would otherwise never have been. And I think that had I never have been, I would have missed a lot. There's a lot of their growing up that I got by constantly having to reassess and reappraise and recognize who they are now. You know, not living on who they were last year or last week, even. You know, who are they now? Who are they today? And who do they need me to be today? Yeah. So you talked about the fact that it took you a little bit longer to describe yourself as the tortoise. So how was that then? Well, I made the tool to seem like St. Louis Hamilton. We got the diagnosis in 2009. Up until about 2012, I thought there's something wrong with these kids because they're really not getting my style of parenting. About 2012, I began to realize there was something wrong with me because I wasn't being the parent they needed me to be. And then I was all at sea. I think I took a little while to actually work out. If I've got autistic kids, I need to learn, it's not me teaching them and then learning how to be. It's actually me learning and I think that I think that when I kind of was humble enough to recognize that I didn't actually know, you know, sometimes you don't know what you don't know. But when you've got autistic children and they need you to be a parent, you have to learn what you don't know. You have to realize what you don't know and it is certainly in my case. I think I learned a lot from watching you, but I also learned a lot from realizing that I couldn't be you and I couldn't just be you the deeper voice that I actually had to change me. I couldn't just ape behavior that I saw it with someone else. I had to change the way my outlook and gosh, I would say that you're saying how long did it take to be? Well, the diagnosis arrived 13 years ago. And I consider myself still to be under construction, and a work in progress, because the dads that I was 5 years ago that they needed me to be 5 years ago isn't the dad they need me to be now. Because they've changed. Yeah. You talked a little bit there about you said this lovely phrase bespoke parenting. So just give me some examples of what you have bespoke. Bespoken. Okay, it's interesting because with, I was 16 year old, there was a rigidity of actions that isn't always, so it wasn't just a rigidity of thinking. So with Arlo, we have certain things. I am my face is a stress toy. I actually, I mean, I know I look like this, but you know, I think I would look about maybe 15 years younger, if not for all. All that has to excuse my face. And they always squeeze my face and there are certain things that we do. There are certain actions that we do. There are certain little dances we do. There are certain words that we say. I don't even understand your communication. I mean, you two are like a whole, you're like a double act. I know. It's all part of my being father to Arlo, is that we have loads of unspoken communication. That revolve around movement and actions and dances and laughing at the same thing that other people don't understand what's going on. I've had to learn that I've had to enter into our lives world and learn how that world works. On a practical thing, although loves to have drives, they want to have a drive once a day. It's part of a de stressor towards the end of the day. Some people read or watch TV or they're too young to have a drink, they go on a drive. They sit in the car and listening to music and we drive and 40 minutes later, half an hour, 40 minutes later, we arrive back home and they're in a different head space to the one they were when we left. And that's an important thing. So whatever the schedule will have my day. If I'm at home or if I'm coming home, I know I need to be out for that drive for Allah because that's an important part of parenting are there. And it's an interesting thing that to me, it's not even I don't even think of it as a chore or a stress. It's just part of being a dad. It's part of being their dad. Yeah. Because I actually think that, you know, speaking of bespoke parenting, I could quite probably be a rubbish dad to every other child in the world, but I've learned how to be the dad that the children I have need. Yeah. And that is bespoke. It is also humor. You have loads of humor, I would say, with Arlo. Yeah, yeah, we are a lot. Mostly at me, but often at all because Arlo is really funny at all that has learned to laugh at themselves in a way that they couldn't when they were younger. You know, in the early teens, they could not laugh at themselves because I think they felt such a level of low self worth and such a lack of confidence that to laugh with them at themselves would have been perceived to be laughing at them. And one of the ways that I can see that their confidence is growing and their belief that they have a place in the world is growing. Is for how much they laugh at themselves, how much of their humor is directed inwards. Yeah. I agree with you on that. Okay, so that's Arlo, who's our 16 year old. What about Tyler and katana is very different? What have you had to change very different? In your parenting of time and what's changed there for them? I think in my parenting style and what's changed is to listen to time. It's to really listen is to not be so ready to give advice, not be so ready to give an answer because even sometimes when ty says. I need to know what to do. I know that what will happen is that I'll be giving answers. And they'll be saying no, those aren't the answers. That's really bad advice. What I should be doing is this. So it's almost like they're using me as a sounding board. A classic example is when we run our way up to Holly oaks for their final audition. Time is one of the members of the cast of Holly oaks down. And it was their final audition and they were absolutely wrapped with nerves. And we're driving along the M1. And they're almost crying with us. And I thought this isn't good for them. It's really isn't good. And I said, you know what? I want you to know you don't have to do this. We can turn the car around and we can go back, and they said, so that's the worst thing you could have said. You can't say that. This is what you're supposed to say. I told you what they wanted to hear. And you know, it's a completely different kind of relationship to all that. And how we connect and how we relate is to share time together. Yes. And that's the wonderful thing we're tie. I mean, tiles say there's a box set that I've been watching and I really want you to watch it. So I'll sit and watch. And you know, maybe in the course of an hour, we'll say three or four sentences, but time. That's together time. That's valuable time. That's been our time. And you know, it'll be, I'll get a text with have a listen to this music or I'll send them some music. And tire listens and goes, yeah, I like this. I really like this. And then he'll put that on his playlist and that'll be and that will be a connection to the communication because what tie really loves. One of the things that I love is that feeling of being part of my heritage and my dad played this for me or my dad told me about this. And then what ty does then is to do the same for me. So I know you're like this. Have you heard of such and such? And it'll be somebody that I liked when I was 20 years old or something. And then we'll connect on that level, but it's a very, very different communication to our lows, but it's just as deep and it's just as valid, but it's entirely different. And if I was to switch and relate to time, like I do to other and relate to other, like I do to tie it, I would be completely disconnected from a couple of meltdowns going on there for sure. Yes. So you and I have run a parent support group. It has over a 180 parents, families, and we work with the families and with the children. That's been running for very long while. And over lockdown, you have run your weekly meeting online every single week for those parents. And I've been absolutely amazed and marvel at you and your consistency and the way that you love those parents is just wonderful. I love them too, by the way. But I love watching you talk to it to them. If there's parents of autistic children listening today or families of autistic children. What advice would you have? You know those parents when they join our group. What do they most need to hear? I think what most autistic superior will most parents of autistic children that join our group and need to hear is that they're not alone on this journey. I don't think that most people need parenting advice. Occasionally people will ask, look, this is a situation how would you approach this situation and ask the group? But generally, I mean, we're talking about super parents, parents who sacrifice everything and are willing to sacrifice everything. And by that, I'm not talking about money or material I'm talking about themselves. They're hopes aspirations, dreams, whatever they expected for themselves later on in life is just like that all of that gets put into a margin. That gets parked and everything is focused on the needs of their children. So what they need to hear generally is you're not alone on this journey. We've all walked this journey and so when you say something that to somebody else who isn't on this journey may sound outrageous about how you feel about what you're going through about how challenging or difficult or impossible you feel, how inadequate you feel to the task, it's fine to say it here because we've all felt it and we've all expressed it. And the other thing is having a space in your life where you can describe without having to explain, I think that so much energy is spent and wasted and exhausted by people feeling as though they have to explain their children. They have to explain their situation. They stand with a teacher. People say, wow, your child's your child's not that at all. Your child's like this. And they go, well, no, you don't know the whole picture. There is a different person at home to the one in school or the one not in school because they refuse to go into school. Or the one not sleeping because they're refused to go to bed or whatever. Just having a space where you can describe, but you don't have to explain because everybody else who is listening to you gets it. So is your advice that people link up with other parents? I think it's really important to do that. I think it's so important to do that because I think that in Albert Einstein said, if you measure the fish by how well it climbed a tree, you would think it was stupid. And quite often, all we get in terms of a metric for our own children is the yardstick of a kind of neurotypical world. And if the neurotypical world is the tree, our children may be the fastest swimmer in the ocean, but they're not going to climb the tree. So yes, I think it's really important to link up with other parents who are walking the same walk. Others who are in the same situation others who will be able to listen to you and not just sympathize and not just empathize but experientially understand. Yeah. No, I know for many of our families that we support theirs. There's quite a high percentage of their children and young people and we see this in the adults as well autistic adults might be struggling with their mental health, what have you learned about coming alongside our children in their mental health crises? Wow. I think I've learned more than anything that there's no quick fix. There are no easy answers and presents is everything. And that there's no guarantee that if you do a and B, you're going to get C that two and two are going to act a four. But what I do know is this that our children, even when they, we sometimes become The Rock against which they bash. And we feel bashed, but we're the only rocks they've got. And so the thing that I think is how important it is to be there and to listen and when possible to talk them down and when necessary to talk them up and also more than anything to also come alongside others so that we guard our own mental health. Because it's impossible to carry somebody if you're limping. You know, it's really so much harder. And yeah, our children's mental health is such a big deal. It's such a big deal. And it can turn on a sixpence. Everything can be going well. And then one thing, real or imagined, one thing can completely trans the picture. And so I think that most parents I know with autistic children live as such are a level of hyper vigilance that, if anything, yeah, do what you do and be there the way that you're there. But please remember your own mental health, remember your own need for support, remember your own need to be heard. Yeah, and to find voice. Just moving on to, I guess that thing of school and the workplace, how well or not well, our things set up for allowing our neurodivergent people to thrive. Wow. That's really interesting. It's an interesting question because the question in itself is it presupposes that any advanced society would recognize that there is more than one way of seeing the world and there is more than one way of thinking and therefore. An advanced society like ours would set things up that everybody, whatever that, not just the well-being of whether the neurological situation would be able to say, yeah, there's a space for me. There's a place for me. There's an opening for me. There's an acceptance of me. People are making the allowances I need made so that I can thrive, not just so that I can fit in and limp along, but so that I can thrive. But that doesn't really exist in any way like the number that it should. The number of employers who I think employers should be made to have a number of people who are on the autism spectrum, a number of people who have just had a neurodivergent. I think it's really important we get away from this cookie cutter one size fits all everyone has to look the same and replicate one another's strengths in order to fit in. And yeah, I suppose my answer so far suggests that I don't think that nearly enough is done. I don't think the nearly enough is being done. There's so much talent and there's so much ability there's so much intuition and knowledge and just being wasted being sidelined being overlooked being ignored. And if it wasn't overlooked, how much richer we'd be, the companies that actively seek out people on the spectrum because they have an attention to detail perhaps that others don't have or they have a skill set that I was specially interested, which means that they know their stuff almost as much as a PhD student would know just because they're taught themselves that kind of auto didactic skills that so many autistic people have, if only there was a recognition that these aren't just skills that come from a hobby. These are skills that become so deeply engraved. So knowledge based and so worthwhile that their valuable if we could find and be made to find ways to fully utilize the gifts and the talents that we have from people on the autism spectrum, the world would be a much richer place because so many of the things that enrich the modern world were devised or created developed or initiated by people on the autism spectrum. Yeah, which is exactly what all too kind of trying to do. That's absolutely you've just given their remit basically their davids. And we know that for Thailand, their workplace at hollyoaks has they've made all those kinds of adjustments four Thailand. So there is some good practice happening out there, isn't there, but there is. But probably not enough. And I do want to also about people even disclosing that they are artistic before they can even get to the needs that I might have. It is this sense of disclosure. How do we change perceptions out there, David? Gosh, I think that we change perceptions by I think drawing a line that delineates between our understanding of terminology and understanding that the term different and the term normal shouldn't actually be the opposite of one another. That your normal isn't my normal. And the your differences could complement my differences. The fact is that we've created an environment where two often people who are different in any way feel as though they have to underplay or deny their differences and create some kind of fake fake normal that fits with other people. And I don't think that that I don't think that that's right and I don't think it helps. But I can understand why. You know, somebody walked into a typical edition and started by saying, I'm autistic. They don't know they don't know the reaction they're going to get. They don't know whether the person sitting opposite is going to get, you know, yeah, fine. You almost want to go in and say, could you just tell me what you think is autistic looks like? Hear what they say and then
Software People Stories
"one shot" Discussed on Software People Stories
"Regionally people have different ways to look at things into revaluate things even if it was the same product and the same problem that we were trying to address for the client but the baby had to do it was completely different and remember we work very closely with this particular client or in a multiple months very close to aligning with their senior leadership right up to the global ceo and they had a couple of new stakeholders who came on the project and they looked at a few things and they actually said that they wanted to a few dimensions and that quickly two of the entire evaluation so far so actually i remember going to meeting billing the customer that hey luke if if you think that you really need these three dimensions which are so different than what we've been talking about. I think we are not a good choice and should perhaps Unicol this loss and there was a deep silence in the room for about a couple of minutes. And i think that that actually that pause who like we would otherwise think about in life gave them opportunity to reassess and see what was important of course next morning we call from the leader saying. Hey we've real bit everything and billeting you know what we had identified. Initially is what we want to do. The reveal able to build on closed one much sooner than we had anticipated interesting stories. Where on one side teams looking really rosie. You know it didn't and on the other side where it looked like it could have gone off track. Staying on topic had Do the best thing for for the client and for at that time an interesting contrast and no wonder so it's become somewhat of a tag you does he knows and once succumbing to a question that you just mentioned you know. The life of a product manager is in the realm of choices and prioritization. What do you use when you have to make choices of meat. Choices right or wrong is a consequence of sound decision making. And what have you learned over the years in terms of what works. Why trying to prioritize a backlog or a list of requirements no secondly and. I think this is something. I have and i think i consider myself lucky chance to work with organizations in teams of different sizes and that had access to different investment dollars. And if there's one thing that's karma you know it doesn't matter if you're google or microsoft or a startup or you know a vc funded entity dill still be finite investment to them vision that you have that mission is always going to be much larger than your investment outlook. I think that that is. Perhaps you know something that goes without the the thing i found that really works is actually some of the basic things. Maybe we'll start with read. The trouble starts with right. And we've become a crop. Where did it so much. That's happening all the time and we have got us to react to different things and respond to ask that. Come from us and bureau any people in many dimensions and sometimes those rightful and sometimes they are not any goes back to what's urgent and important and being able to look at all of that now when you're when you're building a product which is a little bit of a product. Dna dna sometimes becomes important. Are doing the right thing for your customer is often the reason why hundred equipment winston get pushed now. These may be coming from saving sooner customers or unique customers. You may have standard Who may be coming from exacts or from folks who are on the field some of it may be coming purely from. What is your ambition on the new big thing that you want to build and really you know do that. Big leapfrog ahead of the competition and be just you know pure competitive things you want to because your competition is also competing with the same nigger on a daily basis. Now how do you really make sense in all of this. Why did his amount of activity. Which happens up. I think radicalization is based on when it stopped own so being able to really look at a what is reality and what does it get visas. Business really want to go create an impact for how does that translate into my product strategy and product vision. I think an important thing that i learned that accident in the up was you can't sell what you can you. Can you can sell so really. You know being able to look at your target market on where you really going to can create an impact right now and how are they going to consume it and then be seconds. You ride trauma how is going to discover explored by to a user being able to try install us retired the entire life cycle too. I think it really is. What is the linemate with our strategy. What's alignment with our buy. It is willing to really to procure this. What's the alignment mitch. The journey our user is going to have and in that journey. What problem are we really going to solve. I think being really close to an. I like to use a three p. type formula who is the persona. What's the problem and hope Visit n if you're getting good answer for this you know. This is a good candidate for you to consider in your backlog of hundred now there may be many that go through and i think the mini- that were true trying to find a mix of some of those that can really be delighted the bottle from the keno martyrs times. They look at things. As either those which create delight which translates into array definite will off but saving and interpreting value. Some may be business as usual. You need to do it and others are going to be dissatisfied as the light lack of which is actually going to come back and hurt your holiday hurting you at the menu. Then you break it in two buckets like that. It's much easier. Then you know that you use certainly don't want anything that is a big dissatisfied off you want to create some lighters and everything else is going to be in motion. You'll always be at all eighteen twenty and there will be some ketchup you or your competitors. Doing i think if you were able to do a good job at the to the rest of it will will tend to this good tip sima. I'm sure a lot of our listeners. Who are product. Managers intending to take product. Management is critical. You will be tuning in because these are you. Do not get from somebody who is Living this life out. Thank you for that. I'd like to attack iota. little bit. sima would building teams. You said you had a lot of experience building product teams. What is it in your expedients that has taught you about a building right teams to build great products and or What is it that brings people together because a lot of product management is about legacy talking to different stakeholders different stakeholders feed the problem differently. And you want so many hats in your career as a salesperson it was important for you to close the deal as somebody who is a product manager of the customer experience the value perception of it. Plus you know working with engineering teams to make sure that you conveyed that nitric by them and building the right product. How does all this play into building a great product team. It's actually alluded job and it's not easy to be honest because it amongst different dimensions and i'm going to perhaps in a look at this in two parts. Chitra run is just building product managers and team of product managers project teams are. I mean eventually much larger because you are working so closely. It is time cross functional job. Anything for product management as a rule itself is a little niche. It's not like a lot of the rules. It's it's a role that requires someone to have a lot of ownership without to your a of authority. That's the kind of roulette. It is often folks in product management. Or you know at least two good among of courteous stages individual contributors and sometimes they have very high impact roles but they may still be begin individual contributor but you were on a daily basis influencing a lot of people around you like you said right so i think from a competency perspective for an individual as well as for the team did a two aspects which are quite key and i like to think of it often in the lens of the iceberg model of competency. What is the top. Which is often your skills in compton dizzy gemini learnable. Now these things like the domain that you operate in technology stack that you use a region that you have your client base in different regulations that you have from which need to be adhered to and so on and so forth learnable stuff under second part israeli below the iceberg and the below the iceberg. It's really about a lot of values and try it and this is this. Is the pattern part now. When it comes to a product the decision making is in in a landscape which is very ambiguous. Because you're figuring out what to do. You're figuring out where you're going to go saturday Figuring out what your competition is going to look like an attempts to be data driven but often being cognizant of the fact that data will be insufficient and it may be inaccurate unique to make a lot of decisions. I think you really need a gut where you don't feel the discomfort operating in the world. It's ambiguous your winter. After a few things you need to make some decisions you will need to say yes. No when there is no clear proxy available and most people will be looking at you to be the one who is putting your proposal on the table all of this sensory which moves us to the second part of work. You can hardly really bill this week teams because you need to do this in saturate that you are building the confidence of your sales teams building the confidence off your engineering support teams and so on an executive of course. Now i think the big scale that comes in or kicks in here really is able to create partnerships of trust in collaboration. Are you really able to look at the same situation in such a way that they are able to internalize it in the lens that is apparent to them. That's a big job. I think where you need to be able to do this individually and honestly. I think there's a lot also over the last fifteen years now. I think there's a lot interest and conversation about product management with a chance for people to know what the role is and really see that something that you enjoy and if you do we should totally you know. Jump and take the tried. I think you will. You will enjoy n. excited this. Two teams are really. I mean you end. The building team of really strong individuals were able to look at this for their respective areas. That they are driving but at the same time also collaborate in such a way. That it's like you have to take the village with you and you're taking many religious with the big distillation while really building that team. You were trying to create a balanced strategy. Where you know that you know you really good where you're able to look at where we're going from here. I re executive at the pace at which wish to the cost at which we should and in the way that we should. I think all these aspects become extremely critical than when you grow and explored that that to your larger teams just beyond who product and beyond product. Thanks that was very very interesting. The one thing that you mentioned several times in the course of this conversation was the ability to stay in the problem space. How did you begin to get comfortable thing with the problem at exploring more versus typical engineering mindset as well enough can i jump in and propose the solution or human. Get the customer. Do look at what i have to say. Okay this is how we can fix it and so on and so how do you get comfortable with staying with the problem space. Yeah i know. It's a hard world i mean in for me. Sometimes you know especially early in my career. It was like a double-whammy on one side. You know stick engineering each where you want to jump to the solution because it really looks good to be the one who says hey look i have the answer on the second side you know. Spend some time in sales in you know it was like i exactly know what this customer ones right now. Which is now when i think it was. Certainly a symptom came up more often earlier in the career. But you know being able to navigate that and a couple of things which have really helped this. I'm a big proponent of looking at anything actually for that matter from from a journey perspective. I think it's very important to be able to step back. And really look at the entire landscape is a journey. You know back in. Let's take a look at hobart design organizations and how they operate you have departments dedicated for sales marketing on indie product support services and whatnot. And now everyone they're good. Intend to the best of their capacity and interest are doing the best job of every single day to make this happen. But we're all living in silos and we're all living and working off overview of how it needs to be and then were trying to build something for the market. It becomes even more tricky. Because you're trying to. It's like this in is equal to one in any sequel remaining when you're doing it for one estimate engineering services business. It's relatively easy because they really success is about creating the most daylight experience that you possibly can for what the customer has a need for and You go ahead and achieved back or in fact exceed that and that's like a fantastic job than now come to the product. Would you are intending to do the same thing for the market. And it's not about one customer reviews about many and then you have to find out. What kind are those which is really read. It goes back to what which dog market am. I trying to go after. I've seen venue change this conversation on. This is how customer is going to take. And this is how they're going to try and push his it and were on board and use it and what not and then slipped back and look at. How is it that we as a company operates. I've seen that. It really helps you. You'll see are we doing the right things. Of course not. you won't be always able to everything with to make the right. Choices are goes up in the menu extended to Reach other problems solving even if you go back to just a feature part of what they're doing it's really about. Who is my persona. What they're trying to do and how frequently they're trying to start talking the language of a journey. It just changes. The whole thing from this is possible. It's like almost getting into a solution. Centric way saying. I can use i to be able to predict the next meeting time. And maybe the meeting between chitra and zebra and then you know we take a step back. And say hey. Chitra has been hosting a lot more grass than she does it once every exit doel and she needs so much time looking at her calendar. Looks like this is the best time to do it now. We could have done the whole fancy eric doing and maybe that would be right. But maybe it's not a locking maximum value for chitra and women who cartlidge you know solution. I says how do we stay there. We've spoken enough. We've learned about life we've learned about what is day in the life day. Zero eight hundred three hundred and to the special events. And i think that gives you a good sense of moving from unknown known of what you're trying to solve nice. I think these are. This is something that i personally heard. Very few people talk about with great dignity of expedience and conflict. If you but. I think this is so important for people to be able to be comfortable by staying in the problem. Space to develop great product. You have mentioned that having a sports mindset is something that has helped you in your career and particularly in your own as a product manager. How has that. Cuppa boat on enlighten note. You know if someone were to ask me. Can you tell. Tell me one thing that you've done right. I think my answer would be sports. I think it is wanting that i have done right in license for having been a sportsperson. I think there are a lot of a lot of who i am and how i go about things. I do the march to my early days them. I played sports for my school and later for the state for good. Among of most of these days. I think as much as it was in the class i was also in the sports ground and multiple listens. I think that came from there. I think one kind of borrowing from that to a product manager product. Managers life right and i talk about my first service. I mean in a wonderful. It's a nine eighteen meters corp and the net is certain height. I wasn't last five. I started playing house. Really you know trail in tiny views to try to hit the service across the my service would barely go even to not even the six meter line for a few weeks and then it went to the six meter line and then it going to the nine meter lines still just the line. Then one day it hit the From below and finally after think three months or so it didn't on their site just feebly. And i think i was. I was full of joy. When i look back. I don't think any of that time. I was bogged down with the fact that hit the service has not gone through. I was getting wound up. I just did what was needed to be done on. That day was to give it my best shot and if it was improving and i think that's what we do with the product you take something you give it your best shot use yvette. It's landing and then you interactivity of continue to play for for a long time off that. And i got good with the game and then i was at a stage vide- soon within practice and coaching that. I could exactly hit the service that it needed to be. Not too far not too close not too fast or if it needed to be really fast i mean i could land. It waited needed to land. I think that's what it is in the product will to you. You have an ambition but at the same time you execute one shot at a time. I think when you do it like that it removes. A lot of panic moves a lot of risk in the process but it still keeps your reentering radio. Think your room to have the maximum. The i can definitely does that. Seem up having been a basketball player myself. Thank you so much for shedding that example. I think sports has always been a good example for a lot of things and for people to comprehend. Even if you're not a sports person you'll defend watch sports and more importantly would say dean sport absolutely and in fact if you just extended to that i think if they did at any one or two keating's well again there are so many i think that you build. You always has one unit. Doesn't matter what you individually are good at no. of course we. Each sportsperson has some skills which are better than some of the others but eventually on game dates about how visa team can bring the best of what we need and on the strategy. That is going to help us on bad day. You never did security isolation and you just do it. As one unit anything the building the camaraderie and actually playing and losing. What winning as a team. I think is a big big one. It's highly competitive than most things out there but get the tendency often lemon leaving aside site cases. It's really about fair place the nam so you really are really open to be out there. You're competing in the open the performances up for everyone to look at performance reviews newsroom. It's all out there and if even is okay with that and we learned and grew. Look at the next game together. I think big big part of how you operate differently that mindset absolutely. I hope we can talk about more. Sporting analogy perhaps in future podcasts. Who knows another folded. I'll look forward to something like that. I would like to go back to one western. it's been bringing my mind. I basically grew up in my career more on the engineering side or work. I learned a lot by working with some really great product packages. We've had a tough woman's by negotiating with product managers dumbs of which features can come when what is it that customer's looking all busy Some of the things that my interest would come back to me and says you know. The just doesn't get this because if we have to meet this one change or if pre have to build this new feature. Here's what it's going to cost us to build it and talk. How have you build bridges with integrating teams. What is it that you would like to share a thousand terms of your formulas for collaborating with engineering. Deeds steps a large place where we live our lives right and this comes up often in each time. Betas news trumpeting the new product new model anywhere local jubal any combination. But i think one thing. That's been a very key part of how i have operated and i've managed to you. Don't have the best. Collaboration going and this takes time sometimes medic to release cycles because in the fourth release cycle. When you're working with a new team you're just trying to learn how people operate and even in any engineering team or even product. The every product manager the style of booking similarly everyone. You may have some things that like more autonomy. Some more collaborations some like to be like. Hey let's just exactly how we're going to do this. I will do my due to your right. And there is no right and wrong right but i think really. When you're in a product managers had it's your ownership to find out what stood them at which the team democrats. How is it that they like to get onto problems and being able to work with them in other them. That makes sense now. That seems like too much. But it's actually not it's just about being a little more empathetic listening little more and kind of funeral getting onto the table in a way that the rest of the team is on the second thing that i've always done my teams and sometimes it comes to the form of habe have problems States in the form of something may have gone a little south than you would have liked it or Purely how do we make this thing. Work best together and a big piece in making this is the product manager is waiting certain hat and he brings a certain inside through the day bill. Similarly we have an architect engineer ran. Qa ended up and you person who have their perspective which most of us are not willing to buy different seat. And i the big we have been able to see. The breakthrough comes when you have that moment of realization hill. All on one side of the table and the problem is on the other side. I think when you start approaching the problem more than the people more attacking the problem more than it seemingly challenging might team or. You're challenging me. I think it's once you're able to kind of make that shift and addressing some chronic managers can ditch be in order. Dave is again if they come from technical background orders. They come from a certain domain order. They come from a particular familiarity. Yuma feel you know the answer. And it's the same for the decided the house. If it's a product for instance. Each of us feels. I'm a prospect of using and i know exactly how my journey looks like and this is exactly how every customers went to do it. I think the best way to approach some of those would intend to should tolerate. Here's on the table but we have people to make the best choices for which decision needs to be made. I think when we start respecting that the team had we challenge each other beacon agree as much as we want to weaken disagree as much as you want to walk out of the room. The best solution. I think is really are able to have the good tension yet not get bogged down with like the way you summarized saying nice to have a good attention and not get bogged down with it. Thank you seem I notice that we coming to the end of this conversation bats Come close warped. Would you like to leave aspiring dodig managers or people want to take up a career in the area of tech with. It's an interesting we of looking at things right. I think one looking at career intact. It's actually a very wide. Universe are just with that lens right now. There are multiple things. I think The kind of businesses that are coming of the way technology is actually enabling. Different possibilities did assume any new trends strains can be driven by cutting edge innovation in the technology space or by the application to a certain industry or the application to a certain type of business. Right i mean think of the ubers and really created the platform economy that we've seen in the last decade before that. We had a lot of technology driven innovations which were mostly impacting. The way we communicated to experience is a big thing. Virtual reality is just expanding the whole thing in a different way. I think one is when you look at the role that you want to get into perhaps up sticker sabotage genetic one and then get into the product is Wins there will be things that look cool and they will be things that you believe are going to create. That impact on. Each of them has the potential to do that. But i think you know. The reason needs to be stronger than the season. Otherwise it's going to keep what is to keep changing and that's not going to be very happy situation to be in because it can seem daunting it can seem anxious or it can also seem not so way. Spots moves forward so really. Why why do you want to do what you want to do. What does it look like. What is it and what is it. Not i think becomes extremely important. Especially if you're picking on initial like product planet like i said i got onto this parts and most people i mean if you look it will yutian most companies retinitis services. Doing extremely. well be driving a lot of large business of growth for people in in that will thing but still very few product companies within companies very few product people. I remember. I used to get us the question on you know. What's the difference between the project. Management product manager amount of time. The common advise that. I often got was. Hey you know this is to do this need. You can't do it from india you need to be in the us on your put some places and sometimes the only way to do it is to do it. It's been a long journey for anyone who is looking into initials. I think it becomes important to see what's out there because initials will come with their own opportunities and there will challenges. You will certainly in your backpack need to have some extra focus on via doing what you're doing. There will be some pioneer spain on so and you will need to perceive with that because you will be figuring it out. The ecosystem is figuring it out. There is no standard of how the job is done. How it interfaces with defend entities does look like it is linked to be constant comparison majors and of full. You down if you don't like figuring it out so much like stomach getting stomaching. Maybe you want proposing things under decide if you really like a Fasttrack fat to in technology than sticking to you know more streamlined practice better but they contend to be counted and they attend to find ways to pick skills that can help you get there faster and faster. But it's really a choice for for product. Folks i think for most people who want to get into product management. My first advises for strengthening. What really does a product manager. Do and what it takes to be a good product manager and then you can decide for yourself if that's something that you will enjoy doing for the rest of your part of your career. I think very nicely put together. This is just very sound coming straight from somebody. Who's as expedients does you I'm sure a lot of people that are going to listen to. This will have a lot. To take away from your. I want to say thank you so much for giving us this time with you. I've enjoyed our conversation. Want to say a big. Thank you to be better show. Thanks for having made loved it too. Took me back to a lot of photos interesting times. Sometimes you forget on a busy day so thank you for that chitra. Our.
Agents of DAMNED
"one shot" Discussed on Agents of DAMNED
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Agents of DAMNED
"one shot" Discussed on Agents of DAMNED
"Arm slowly as he tries to adjust to having a baggie full of broken bones and swings. Weekly as i assume a sixteen does not hit the baby kung fu hustle. When like he hits the peace over the head until he gets literally into the ground and then like his hands shakily reaches like a little piece of wood and the on that is that for sheer terrier. Everybody do. I did a little be like place. Please stick to the script. I beg of you everything Yeah so and then all of a sudden when tara's cost has become slightly less good while we cut back into can't changing the american person and she is going to go ahead and Why are you add to know the answer to. I mean you said he's like sixty feet though right. You're all monks bagger. I mean to me. it's actually five too far away. Yeah i think. I only have to be and sixty five. Leon i gotta rock fifty five. But i'm also arranged fighter but but if i do at i i can get the flying. So that's what's going to happen in this phone so we go ahead. And we enter my favorite thing about summoning jock bird ever and we do. The little bird silent shadow-puppet hand and that is what's going to end the jock bird contract and they go. Yeah and the jock bird. Sword is going to fly to attack more fuck faces. I have now when i give you guys dumb name. You don't respect. The i can't and we are going to roll to hit and thankfully dirty and gave d'izoard sky birds a multi attack a head but it is not these robots are so weird remarkable. I wish i could buy a toy of them and you can after these messages. Available man toys r. us. Hey kids do you like juice boxes. No what about juice in a pouch up out of juice now. i'm on board else. The first one does thirty eight flashing. Nice you're gonna hate to hear this story worse than anything else did you okay on. What was the first role ahead by the way. It was a nineteen die. Oh okay you didn't say. I just wanted to be sure. No i'm gonna go ahead in the suing with the plus that such a few anything but no that. That's a fair assumption He just has beggar. Ac than the army boaty boys does. It just isn't helping him. Ninety eight damage. Is that all on the second attack and using my fly by. I would like to go back up some some distance. Well let let let me. Do you want slightly better as you some in your mecca jock bird you enter in and see that jock bird is in fact already singing. The cockpits jock. Birth then assumes control and does a giant robot bird suplex down on the fuck lord supreme and immediately blow the bony voice. See this and scattered running away. Sort of kind of not really just dance away. Go man. I forgot what noise they made. It almost did the pug noise picked up and he realizes what's happening like a little bit before it happens like new new. Do a campus puts his hand on the side of his face. Oh my god he died. We didn't get away. He didn't run away. You always run away. You've done it. No doubt jason problematic as hell. He's just he's just fully ted. They just killed them. That's right we use the power of with the ford every thorny legal ramifications every time for sure that phrase restraint violence violence then friendship cam is gonna use the reaction to throw up mary. Stigma beep beep sound coming from your little watch communicators and i says quick everyone here zord so we can have a cool more fig. What if we just did the thing do with giant because then every episode is just roll up the ads just like just show up at stuff. The big robot sabban. I know you're busy but hear me out..
Agents of DAMNED
"one shot" Discussed on Agents of DAMNED
"Good. Have you on the team. All white has every center. That appears after me become so much cooler than i am. Shut up blue ranger talked about this. Yeah sorry. I thought of school suspects. God it's so good to have friends like amazing kim. The right you run away from people to forecast ruling technically liana 's faster than i am. Which makes me a worse marathon. The marathon runners like the best. You got your sprinter What's do you play. Yeah i just run for like an hour at a time or two. That's what's your average police. That's twenty one and twenty five damage and one thing. I was looking at a after. Use my reaction for that's left away okay for you. Oh wait. I took my attack action. So it doesn't take any of my accidents but a number of is equal to my gut modifier. I can have my Echo night also do an attack so he is also going to punch he does not create but they still hits the still have your modifiers. Yep twenty three and a the echo night behind me. Goes yari yard. Please tell me your because you don't deserve to play dead. We are we all american her up all right. How far away is Lord fuck face off as far as your movement speed will allow. Oh i just curious. Can i get eight number sixty feet. Oh so as far as i. I sorry i thought you said it wouldn't allow it k- go i said. Would you have burt speeding along. I know what i'm talking about. I know you had reason okay. I'm gonna start sprinting Through the bonnie boys who get disadvantage on opportunity attack against me. I guess we're not doing it that way anyways. Because they're kind of like interaction they dance around you menacingly. Excellent dancer menacing do like baseball like flies and continue running And then i jump in the air. And i some in my lying sword. Oh shit omar. That is what do that yet. Growed cheating background camps. I at the children's seat notably i wanna play in. I don't wanna play hubris. That's yes yes a so. Do you remember how i said. Chris work five detained plus five. And then also max for those five detail again. This is unity. When jeff winger went to gi joe and just started killing people all to hit first and then do the damage at the doughnuts is a puzzle eleven Twenty three third one is a twenty one. Yes oh my god. Tony days roma's us and the bony boys staring in horror as this guy gets mauled by giant robotic lion. The boys are also quite confused as they're not used to this being the order of operations. The screen cuts away. You just feel like robot lion jaws and like now beliefs not to ever cut. Someone cut mountain please. You could reach tribe lease. Can't keep jammed. My net please keep going as we do. Nothing of lines. Breath is melting the costume to my skin giant poultry unnecessarily giant poultry. Props told me that this couldn't melt while i'm over there brooding and posing all of a sudden a cut scene change where my costume has become slightly more fancy looking. That is a hundred and forty five damage slashing damage or was that all jesus makes like a dinosaur sounds like kind of robot. Kind of li- christina good news. You're not the only one who makes this may surprise you to hear. He didn't much appreciate that. Yeah that's fair and then with the rest of my movement. I'm gonna run back to my crew on the lion way. Am i in the lion. You'd in the lion okay. I got eighty feet back With my lion Abilities to join my crew. And i do a soaring leap like land with a circle of dust spreading around me. I think he still gets an opportunity. Attack doesn't he. I don't care. He's got disadvantaged rolling gyro by malls the fuck out of like walked away and he like sheepishly shakes florida. It looks back. And i'm like he raises his.
Agents of DAMNED
"one shot" Discussed on Agents of DAMNED
"Has a ten plus several numbers the bony men undid. Yes oh damn new. Paladin for so long Matthews failing me wi carr heads to filled with bullying cam Twenty one points of hissing slash radiant damage Sorry bludgeoning slash radio damage. Geneva down And the second hit was for a twenty six given all these modifies the graciously given foolishly Twenty two points of water damage off. Let's go team. Stranger dangers. take a major ranger taste. You're a danger. This is a true sitting turned up. North will end jason's movements and serve. It is now the falkland breeds as he will first points in general area. Where you all are at. I need everyone for me. A dexterity saving throw us. I'm sure this will go over. Very well i guess team high level monks twenty seven. Twenty-three three twenty twenty two twenty eight. I keep being tempted to use my like generic dumb guy protagonist voice because it fits but okay. That's very nineties. Twenty-nine excellent she's so factory-gate your evasion of billy something. I had not thought of when i declared this. All of you manage to avoid this explosion of fire and dr evil bad guy energy. Unfortunately the pony boys are not so lucky. And i knock myself down damaged here professional clearly miniature of a town. That's getting blown up. Do we all like avoid explosion and then we all land in group post. Yes what happens. What happens is you all sear explosion begin to charge and you will do amazing flips highly choreographed and beautifully shot as you all land and pose the explosion going off behind you because that is the setai way and now that i accidentally helped you guys. We are back to the top of the order. The layer actually goes up the bony boys begin their relentless assault. And stop wiggling around. It actually do something but a lot less because he got down like three or four damage. Fifteen points of damage All that kind of like ninety show. So like half of screams are mildly sexual. For some reason. I clearly hold the spear wrong to block similarly when will enter the seed. You all see you. Guys fly above the camera. But as opposed to. Cool choreograph flip. You guys look like you were just said flying as you land quote unquote softly on the ground. But it looks like it might have heard for. Someone who didn't wires were involved. It's a very impressive. Job cuts are low. You're up what's again. Arlo runs up to the leave. Navona boy goes our rat if time to get serious about that worked pretty well another bonus action and someone might echo night pretty much just like a spectral ish like this version of low. That stands right behind them. And they both posed together and then our logos. You thought this was only going to be a setai. Reference are low. Well look at him. Stand jordan jordan. Annetta jogos telling you about earlier racing phony better. I didn't see it coming. I was hoping because of the flavor of echo night that it was just nonsense. That was some are low and we close together. Also because joe. Joe arlo setup. Our show joe or joe's bizarre joe adventure. Oh god taro brother. We'll explain that on the also needs to be told so so yes so join us. He appears as the center right Yeah all right. So that's an additional anti that gives me the digital plus one for my shit you have agreed with how great right now not not being tricked that hits every hits the so long as it's not in that one added additional hit it would hit but much lower but still ahead this real good job. Arlo here so cool. Eventually or some other.
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"one shot" Discussed on Agents of DAMNED
"I'm so glad that chase conspired us with that speech. As i can't believe we're fighting. I'm so glad that our new best friends are here. Fireside one team to get us right. Where part of this team now. And nothing's ever gonna separate us the power. Friendship can't be beaten by some simple bony boyce. Every time i guess de we come up with the. It's just meant to be the way should've picked green and they'd been like the homicide homicidal asshole that doesn't wanna hang out with you guys. Don't worry team will beat beaver bony boys. You all take twenty five points of bludgeoning damage our flying back several feet in the air explosions go off to nowhere near. You wouldn't have any effect on you. It is very dramatic as you all land on your knees and superheroes and slowly get up as if you were really damaged that badly. Arlo it is your turn. The oil gets up dramatically. And he's like. I can't let you guys hurt my new friends anymore. It's it's finally time. it's it's time to morph it. Some manner of time in which i should morph right now. Is the time for more free. I can't think of anything else. I could call it together. Several different words that could apply but in your brain they all instantly turn to more near. There is no change there is no transform there is only four going to burn two key points for my white the setai or as a bonus action right probably cast bonus and action some action. Yeah yeah but you can call your centi- weapon as a bonus atkin. I mean if you guys want you can also just say you popped into battles more. I'm going to allow that. That's what happens during the flip transition. Right yeah i popped in pre more spending all right. So i morphed up. I'm gonna run into the on fray and i'm gonna attack some Some bony boys with. I sent anti weapon which was series seriously familiar with Then goddamn gun trucks. I'm gonna finally use them because they work really well for this beautiful. So i'm gonna attack the body boys so i get like a plus one for every sunday out for the attack five all you're attacking most plus six six yay cutting you. Yes my bad because the extra rangers always the most broken right now not even adding. What have i got a seventeen seventeen plus eight. It's cutting your clothes but yeah you hit by a country mile right for the next Gunshot hit those fourteen on the dia been a assume that that will also should. I be enrolling to hit at this point. You're rolling to crit. I'm gonna roll for das amar purposes. Even though i cut the dice rolling Let's see what we're doing as far as damaged all right. So i i was just going to be twenty nine damage. You're not posing enough. You're you're just punching hitting them. Normally twenty david so like are like pulled out his his his his mighty mighty gun trucks muhammad. He's just like eats. Slaps one of these phony boys across the face and then like you does several unnecessary spins and backflips. That would normally be very dangerous. When a fight unhelpful smacks another one this directly across the face. And that's what they're k. You're taking are quite a few number of bony boys. However it appears the vast majority of them are still there. They're not really attacking you right. Now they're kind of just wobbling around randomly trying to look what most children. I consider to be intimidating. Liana it is now your turn all right. I'm gonna bonus action. Wipe out my robotic quarter staff. And i'm gonna do To attacks on these bony boys. And i got a net one on the first one cannot help. What if instead. You rewrote it. Because because i'm very lucky where you'll have you can do that. Yup lucky yeah definitely. Lucky feet joe policy florida now now. Campus cuts to the. You got feats me all right so both. So the first one's gonna do twenty four damage and the second one more bony boys or more. No bonnie boys all away we have to go through in the show the media guys first and then the next one's going to be nineteen. Okay did appears you are making a dent. In their forces you have passed the first damage threshold. Good work tame pitch in for you as you pose. Victoriously talia okay. Now that i've realized how initiative tracking app is and that. I technically disobeyed the way you guys said tara your now. It brought sharp. I sorry it's fine. So tara has jumped into frame and she looks very nonchalant while she's posing like she could care less about everyone else around her suddenly as though her attitude's has changed. oh god it's terror the moody now retail and so she will also go ahead and bonus action her berry. Would lindsey looking robotic quarter staff. Explain how it's basically how how how would see and how robotic so if you imagined.
The Kame House Podcast
"one shot" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"I know it's a fire ass album. When i like heat repeating like i was trying to listen to the album but i can repeating the first to say it's really These the alamo. Do for me do from if i can tag on any your dough fines. I just listen to and this ain't new senior came out sue down twenty but i just listened to reason city in reasons. Tounsi brothers should reasons get into that lead into reasons. Nevertheless or artists for keynote. That's the artist but it came out in a twenty twenty. Let me see. let's see let's see. His name is reason and the album. Name is new beginnings because my father looked up. Oh fires listen. Paula abdul listening. You'll be on the team yob unity but chikao reason reason is really really good. Check it out and some names on is h- you on their meriva. But it's not even anne people and thome is like you're not gonna hear anybody sounds like that like his cadence is it can be somebody else's but his tone his sound the way his voice sounds. That's that's uniquely. His and i'm enjoying it. Check that out your check that out to me what you think. I really wanna know. Titles new albany begin long. I'm jonah confront me. Find me finally confined ring. I'm trying to lead a life tyler. Take us there really was kissed. Got i was in relationship was like i know you've got gives a like dad. I didn't know that i didn't know what a cutie cutie really pretty lives pretty period. Just gorgeous regis beautiful skin grow every have really nice game some released nigeria right through. Y'all some blessed people you know. He told me he was like that. He said man you've asked gallagher african. I am nigerians are truly blessed man might be titian. Does a lot of nigerian women like their hair and not just blessed women just blessed money for days. Money long is in. My money's going to be long. Your freedom is either you can't you. can't you know. Wanna talk to one jansa data ahead we in this for live now so they told you the money's come. The path is there. I knew it was following you following. I'm following it anyway please. I had him yell at me number. I'm sorry i'm already though. They know it so we have come to the end of the road. It was quick. I'm trying that we're saying three songs. I really don't doing excited for what's coming out what's coming up. I'm finishing princess. Jellyfish saw ibm procrastinating. O- bama finishing mugla cry three episodes of arrow hit in the chamber in excited. I'm excited for that. Yeah 'cause it's getting rough. Things are getting rough. Things are getting dangerous. Things are getting real. Okay and i'm ready. Also 'cause we're talking about bio hit on. Gimme gimme the name. The other the other whitson shallow. Give me oxygen. Now man. I want with daniel body happened day. Oh look look oh. i'm so far behind. i get great job. I'm like oh. I gotta go to saint hit whatever he deserves it whatever. Okay kissel whatever. 'cause i did see a little bit later one day. What are you. I know they're big book. Come out. I don't know but everybody when that big book come out. That's phenomenal hop on. Because i need some. I need a big being bodied. Need a big book. is it out or door. Dj preorder at preorder. The pre-ordered october. Right yeah okay. I'm gonna buy for you. Because i knew birthday present and the things. That was the thing i was gonna get. You is slow down. I'm mad about it but okay. Well thank you friend. It was opinion. Brana fucked up wishy replenish by. But i'm gonna get you to book in the meantime but when she replenish it. I'm going straight to your house and then when you get an ob light why. I'm black because the birthday present. That i didn't get to get how it screw screw bullock amore. Bullets symbol. we gotta do asthma's. Let's do church announcements our right. Everybody pulled up to the congregation. We got some things to say. First of all. Don't forget to follow us on our social media. We are currently on instagram twitter. Our social media handle is k. House podcast also. We have been working on this for a very long time. And by the time this episode releases in hopefully you listen to the monday episode previews Because we will we would have announced their by then but we are going digital. The commie house podcast. We have a website and moving forward. You'll be able to get all of our podcast updates and episodes and all the things that We're interested in over there so we are. We're moving on up so alan up. I'm holding it in you. Hold it we move down. Es salma go head in this before the song come out but Because you feel me feel flow my brain friend. Do you see your flowing my brain. Listen catch us next. Wednesday makes a whole lot of cheer on. He just up all right..
The Kame House Podcast
"one shot" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"Marriage you gotta go find it Finding my to-to veterans are two albums and listened to on read are a willows lately. I feel everything. That's what got s right. You know To to artists at ub speiser on this album is atta levin and tiara wet. What got the fame. The arrow the working world. You wanna come on bro. Tear wag made a whole song mouth. Sounds she this. Ain't nothing cabrera said. Emma dot net at it and i said this is slap she little. She dropped these one sheet. That was so slight. It was sad and it was like two minutes and i was like did you just process sadness in two minutes and a mile. Okay now wasn't he wasn't he was wasn't she sneezed on a track. Say told me that the other album. Listen to this vince. Staples vis a vis self self-titled been slabs burrow. He slept just got. You gotta listen. You gotta listen really good. I know it's a fire ass album. When i like heat repeating like i was trying to listen to the album but i can repeating the first to.
The Kame House Podcast
"one shot" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"I think it's a good decision. I think it invites loss when we don't need them employee. Dan focal buckle. Welcome so long story. Short people. Please get in on a conversation. We wanna have a conversation. I going talk about it and we want to know what you think we wanna hear it. We care about european to a certain extent and we will Straight comes back. We will in we get listeners listeners. Listeners listeners listeners. We have We just started to notice the trend and we get it that everybody is on social media friends. So what we're going to do. I think eventually maybe in the near future we will open up like an email. Y'all connects y'all connects question christians. Y'all got to be on social media. We'll find a way to reach out to young. Yeah yeah we're working on their friends this coming. Oh we'll provide a way for you to reach out sir. Yes it's coming. Yeah we add that to the pipeline because below questions anyway. Yeah he wants questions anyway. So that's just an extra segment. Make their show a little longer giving you all the content you want. Yep that's it that's it so that's the end of what we were watching this week. Yeah next is slaps we have it guys recommending anything because i'm not is not animated. Okay may relate listen. Y'all should really watch superman. Louis man laws. It's so good in glues cute and i'm not gonna lie. The cgi is cgi. Okay oh there's a reason for that There's something happening in hollywood. Where a lot of a lot of cgi positions and a lot. It's unionize and a lot of cgi dow's again in unionized. So these companies are not getting good people to do it anymore. I can definitely tell that it changed from a couple of episodes ago. Yeah i can tell you this. In season two. When i was watching is not in season to season one could tell i was just like giving me playstation four point five me playstation four point five but i really really enjoy a superman and lois. I like the story. If you don't know is about is essentially about. Superman has twins with lois and one of them has powers. The other one doesn't and it's just about navigating that plus also dealing with the fact that there seems to be this conspiracy happening where somebody in their town is using humans as hosts for crip. Tony in seoul's yes is really good. I really enjoy what's cw. Yes you have seen the wc. I hate yes. The wc formerly known as upn. I hate i typically. Hey the shows are on the cw because they are mad and they have this tendency to take like scientific theories and just make some shit up that you're just kinda like you know i don't know much that like the flash. I think that's horribly corny. But you know it's for. Who is four but superman lois i'm enjoying. That's really good to me. I really enjoy national. Take it out. that's it. That's all i'm gonna say it's on the cw. This is bloomberg nipple. Yes great buffy nipple my recommendation. This week is off taxi taxi. Yo you started it. I wanna watch finishing it. The tv show like the animation is what caught my eye. And i will say this. This looks like a party. It's a really good mystery that up in its thirteen episodes well. Short gets everything answered and it is really good. I wonder if you guys will predicts something particular. But it's really good characters are really interested characters away interesting more more than i thought they would be Real quick synopsis is the role risk protocol. Were lives a relatively normal life. He drives a taxi for a living and then he meets several unique individuals but his simple life is about to be turned upside down the case of a missing girl. The police have been attracting he gets involved with and now both the yakuza and corrupt cops are now on his tail. Sometimes we beat way be like maybe like that. Be like they're brown. I really like how organic could be dialogue can be how dry and just tired otacac collar can be the main character. I love a tires. Cares me on one point one is just like he has no time for antibody anytime somebody asks him a question he's like i don't wanna answer that it'd be looking like damn i really got eacho ass. I hear knee streets borough to he'd be like oh god are right. Let me let me won this God i could be doing some males style. Big joe is absolute. Yeah no it's a really show and yeah no. I really recommend people saying if you like mysteries and if you like to be stars which i am. Currently watching season do right now is that was everybody. You didn't watch album. It's a good album is a good palmdale. Good appleby had a little hit on. Yes she is. My is my real. Willow just came out with an album. It's just been like popping over. Like i have Let's see what is a Yeah that's my recommendation. But i am going to recommend this new album. Well what how we finding the hug your hustling. We'll we'll slide over the dough finding yes. Oh my slap. I talked about this before. 'cause i read the manga life lessons where yo yo verse two episodes pull that up. Now i say larry you didn't tell me how savages man was so. Let me let me give you. Let me give the people who he's giving sarcasm. is he giving it. It's very sorry it's very sarcastic very. It's it's really for adults like it's adult humor. This gives a he gives me. i haven't even wash. He gives me a really nigger title by all the time. So i like granted. I loved the manga. My loved the manga but something about each translates better as an anime may. Because because you can see the sarcasm matter because you can see the sarcasm better they it makes it makes it enjoyable maga. Still great manga still great the manga short. There's only two to omni buses but Real quick the plot is your. She is a thirty one. Year-old hosts on a kid show who leads exercise routines and teaches life lessons. Colored by one main theme adulthood sucks alongside mascots played by two bushy tailed twentysomethings and a singing duo whose music embodies the motion. The notion of getting kicked. While you're down you're amaechi wades. Through the misery of work life one sardonic comment at a time captures. The essence of life really captures the essence of adulthood. In you're working at a job in your life buck. Is this really what. I wanna do in my life. Yeah yeah that's it that's it that's always on vacation. I walked up after. I oh and i was going off on everybody left and right any of you. I don't know if like for the listeners. Like if you know people who work in like the kids entertainment business like that or even if you like just work with children period you just have to be extremely positive and sometimes you just look at them and you just say kid you just don't know what the fuck life is about to bring you initiative so hard not to be. they're bitter. I worked with kids for four years and who we ermete. I had to work kids when i did theater. And because it's really not fair to just crush there. It's not fair for like when they come to you with this energy. It's like bars. Eight o'clock in the morning. I even got my copy bra like myself. Okay kindergarten and ambi me. And i was freaking again. Not jewish girl out of what you want me to do. Is it what what is it is it is i mean is an ma'am i don't know what you want and i really remember thinking like this bitch is heartless i be by a whole area often in his business acting like i is the problem it give me a male the you know what i'm saying but unlike i feel where she's coming from really girl you had to do audit comeback. One is a spider bite. But yeah it's a great. It's signing all right so if that's not up your alley. It's dark comedy. I think that should be our next review series. Were saying and get into that one. I think there should be our next series. We talk about life lessons witty. I'm witty. it's really a great show. I loved the manga So glad that they made it in anime for. I mean anime adaptation. So this this sarcasm can translate better blais really a really a quality show in the outfits are great in their bodies are great. They're all they they're all fit little snag off it little snakes Right well i. I appreciate the recommendations friends because i'm watched issue. Yup blau marriage you gotta go find it Finding my to-to veterans are two albums and listened to on read are a willows lately..
The Kame House Podcast
"one shot" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"Who is the episode where they got their area where they were going to start animating clubhouse yeah and then they Animate the wind. They talk to the teacher and they get 'em what's the name kanamori shakedown. Fuck out that. She was like i give that. We have an anime club. They watch anime bitch. We bake animated. You know what the difference is. Okay let me slap you in his office and there are in. It's more there's more things animators just more thing one thing so much. She really did bully. She did and i really appreciate a girl that can blue. You need to be able to do that. And then she and then she also found money to like clean up. Clean up the plate Episode was where when they get in the when they get in the warehouse As a coosa little raccoon she is this like running all over the place and then Kind of takes a picture of falling off the railing. Yes she sends it she sent to like. It's pretty much a blooper. Yeah like america's funny funny home videos and she got paid for it and they They collaborate on drawing a windmill right And figuring out how to make it look as though the windmill had the action of the wind blowing windmill and they both figured out which is great. I love watching them. Figure out how to add elements that they wanted to add into the enemy. I like how. I like how they go into You know the fairytale tangent when they start animating They do that a lot in like princess jellyfish but princess jellyfish used this a comedy an for which i love win animated do that. You know i appreciate it. So much in is logan And like there's been and when and when we get like further. I think episode to see the three episode three or episode four that s- the episode where allied like watching them like create the anime. I really do like how. I cried on episode. Three or four like apostasy on pause the when they premiered it. Well the west three or four year. But i'm ready to cry ugly because this saw pretty you may not have crime. But i really true i make you. That's what it is so wait. What gets me and we'll talk about it listeners. We'll talk about it. You know as we go as we go but what gets me is that i really love anime. That show girls girls over shall is not over somebody. Nobody nobody gets down on under the looking. Yup is just regular girls girls and it's so refreshing to see that even when washer nine the asoka she is very much. Like quintessential quintessential younger because how many of us went through their phase where we kind of just look like a child like like you know what i mean. Like flechettes yes. Short hair tomboy. Okay nails dirty. that's her and i'm fucking with it. I'm fucking witty. May girls girls again in their representation is needed especially as we give more and more into anime. We need more. We need more shows like that. Like first of all out to me as ocoee. 'cause miyazaki did that for a lot of his care. Oh he witty. He is not exactly kiki's delivery service nasi cleared away spirit of the exact dead. I mean exact even when you hear him talk about it. He's very disgusted. By the fact that people think it's okay to make a child look like a grown woman. He hates says shit Which is why. I always be amaz- ocoee always you can sit up here and say that you know the movies have no have no point. That's okay says it. What point does their people had their made. Like that. say that you know. It's mainly like the newer generation and they don't understand me as ocoee snaps out in a life with somebody. What's the word and as a point there always The always connected nature there's there's something my friend told me is that they always are dealing with how humanity and how cultures deal with their ecosystem and the older environment and how either like in the former princeton monan. Okay is that the world will slow you up or in pawn yo is. I like we could make it better. There's always like there's always like a political taint to all the located at a surface level and they're now willing to go deep crazy. Whatever ask why. Because i be crying. That'd be like the older that you get and you watch it. Lie kiki's delivery service. Just that's a store you're growing up that's a story. Alleging rowing locate. Can't stop talking. I was really disturbed about it. I was like damn yup. Guess you don't need to get no more Okay that's it even k. Grew of like on my goal via this booze. Donegal talk talked go girl. Don't need sonny moody fuck out looking for me too. Much this waikiki. Okay let's move on. You know keeping his okay and Those are the first episodes. Have you not seen it. I we really recommend ucla. It's probably one of the best enemies of twenty twenty. I got my shirts to follow me on twitter. I'm not twitter is dammit. I dropped my gummy sorry. Keep that in. How i was smoking on my way here. Smoke in my car. 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The Kame House Podcast
"one shot" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"Yeah no this is comedy. This is not something that's gonna make feel bad okay. I'm a read it. I'll let you suck on my titties while that's why i'm witty. Kenya is nice. I mean i know you ain't gonna tell you this a party any rex. I've been really loud arena of wisdom and it's been romance shit and it's just trashing trash but you know he's four four. Feel your friend who it's four. Give me give somebody t you know. Trashes for everybody. Lemme never know. Lemme lemme mode over. And i'll bring it to the next episode is what i'm gonna do. I feel you. I feel you friend Okay well since. The rina's booklet is wrapping up. Let's go ahead and you know cha-cha slide. We're gonna take it back to what was on out. We're talking about keep your hands azo ken recapping and believe yes and i gotta find day babies right baby cheering okay so we have been talking about this for a while now. We were going to watch. Keep your hands off is oaken. yes and If you folks remember we'll throw it on to the balaa for little sir knob nat okay. Yes lapses Escora laws anime so much. She insists concept. Is everything animation. Just taking the first step in create an animation. But she can't do it alone. Her best friend kanamori who loves money sees her genius and drive. I true businesswoman. And drags along if she she'll say a little animation. It ain't from me guess. What is the bag. The coins money dollar the milk all of that. The korean so let me know. We'll be doing then kanamori. Asa coosa bring along. Mrs ocoee this fashion model who also alexa draw but her family is like no. You can't do that though. The three start on creating the own animal. And it's it's very. I want to say simple. But like it's very grounded concept which. I don't think it's played a lot. Did you ever watch bawku. Men or reebok amman. Now i've been wanting to wanting to think you who are who since you've been like a lot of manga recently. I think you really appreciate balkenende now. 'cause it's a series about how manga artists create their work. That's the type of guy dami blah. That is the type of shit i like. I like very art. That's very artsy very creative. And i'll why is very behind the scenes. It's very how does the sausage gets made like the on. That's why i like way. Listen to me. I'm still aim west. I would go back and a lot of words. I was like the mangas better better. Everybody was speaking shit out among is like the manga. Salvage the anime as its who became english. I will watch it. But i don't think it's going to be english because exactly i can't so nation saw like at that's going to be real pablo. Ballo it really. Does i feel like. I was in a bouquet warm words. Rookie of words. Words words words. They all over me. I didn't know what to do. Shit going oh grandma got stuck in my. It's all over my titties. You and sally you. Oh my god. I'm sorry. I've been drinking their ranch water hidden offering in my eyes. I realize this ranch audio line so ranch water yod listen. This is this. Is the comedy house. drink okay. So because we saw drink mile give we can all have our own. Okay so making me wanna lake what. Let's do that. One of the kami house drinks is what we like to rach water. Okay and ranch. Water is Let's go water girl In so it's club soda or you can use to tokyo. We use to help out. Chico recommended togo. Chico yes topo. Chico topo chico then it's vodka lee. Use grey goose. I see tequila here. Or you can use tequila either or depending on how much you wanna party. Kill me wanna slap a. Yeah i so you know. I wanna go. Hey i'm walking here tequila week. And that's exactly why i felt like fighting. Somebody see i do with some many. It's so many make you wanna flabby me. Yeah but that's all you need for. Ranch waters chow chico. And the vodka of your choice and you can throw in a cucumber or lime. Now look you now. Now listen because lodhi. I don't understand alcohol proportion so you know do if you put too much vodka. It'll be blackie. Yeah but you need if you put the right amount of topo chico. It'll taste similar similar to water just the little key low key so poor the topo chico. I and be careful. Poor topo chico. I then put the vodka in remind me of genitalia to be on. Yeah gin and tonic will get real Water and you eat. You're doing like seven of them and they throw it. You know what i'm saying. See because jan tonic. That you had at legacy. It was a little bit too much for me. You know gene got like oh botanical. Very like maybe putting x-xi so it depends on what type of jeans i would like to circle back to it now. I think you should go back. And i think you should pick the jan that you like because john has like botanical. Okay what elements in it. Don't always taste okay. What in next paycheck..
The Kame House Podcast
"one shot" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"For that the weakest right along to the next section yeah The rehouse book club. What even reading. Well i decided to throw back to my younger days when and There was a time. Where barnes and noble only had Several had a small manga section in their manga section. Only had as sailor moon real about high school Home and a manga called miracle girls. And i decided for nostalgia because a bitch needs a peak nia. I decided to go back and read miracle girls. Oh this is one of my favorite mangas growing up. Now it is. Show joe okay. So last night. Expect a lot out of this people like i said. I'm looking for a good tom. I'm looking for some bubbly feelings on the inside. Because i feel kind of dead right now. So magical is a show joe. I also a a manga show. Markets also an anime. And i didn't know that. So i'm shook it. It is about these. Twins one is a tomboy and another one in the other one is. oh she's smart one. She's very outgoing. King now they also they're also twins. Let me make sure. I said that. They're also twins and they also have like psychic power so it's just really them like doing q shit with their psychic powers like it kind of gives you power puff girls vibes. But they're now really accurate. Lie be nass. they're just you know it's a cute little kid. Read okay now to be honest. I'm going to assume that it's out of print because this came out. When i was a child man your girl was a child in the two thousands as we as you guys know. We are old. Willy we're not. Oh we're grown we grow. I know i'm not old appeared. Li i didn't i. I looked into my mama. I looked into it was going to be. I look into leisler sticks in like oh the older generation like thirty and up. They're more into like podcasting whereas like other kids are into like social media like as far as like content creation is to take out a high capacity for bushy. Yeah sorry Anyways Mirror girls is yeah. I'm not sure if it's i don't even think it's out of print. I mean still in print but it was made by tokyo. Pop out of course is out of print. Oh but you can probably find it on a we wide web if you want a little show joe vibe Mid has nine volumes I collected i have volumes. One through seven. So so like i really gaffar but i mean you kinda catch after you re like a couple of chapters you can catch the drift of it and so you can really just really one one volume and get your life so That's what i've been reading if you guys are interested in in anime adaptation. Apparently they have that. And i'll probably watch that. They search cute. Little girls brings me so much joy. So abacha bola. I'm looking for my synopsis. Gimme again Unprepared slough just look. Look at how cute that is. That's a door. Look how skewed yes. That's adore bh all right. You know my greenhouse book club recommendation. The week is a upcoming manga. Called dan dan and it is by a pupil of fujimoto. The author chainsaw matt okay. Yeah the authors. I don are taught to yukie nobu and this maga dandan an is a story about cain taco aboard who was in a cult fan fanatic. Who doesn't believe ghost. And momo i ya say. A girl who doesn't believe in alliens accounted overwhelming strangeness that transcends their mutual understanding and a colt coming of age story. It's really interesting. It is a interesting take on the common yokthai action series by merely gis in searching the concept of aliens yoga yokthai also ghost also glitz. Why don't aliens also exist in the same world and these two characters are like from two different perspectives. Like i believe in aliens. And as i how he believe in aliens and he's like why you believe in ghosts them. Oh this about the pie bro. Am i just thought the pop. The pop Dan dan d. a. n. d. a. d. n. Litho listen oh you looking at it balano beyond it now. The podcast is almost two years old. Y'all and his law has called chainsaw. Man called debt. Listen below beyond it. I called sakamoto days. Today's which in fuck that i wanted to talk about. His chances are great. But i haven't read the chapter chapter. What i'm talking about is that it's getting an english translation. it's coming spring two thousand and twenty two so That's right around a river band. Okay i'm about to give his all the coins but this right here below despite the pop brown this is also serialized. Ain't sean plus the online only online and my hand gave out some get tired. It online only publication Where chainsaw matt volume manpower two is going to be publish. This is getting its licensed. Licensed english hick coming in august or september those volumes. So that me. i'm. I'm keep an eye on this. I'm keep an eye on. It began go on the website in. Cv relievers chaplin. She can abby year. King yeah dan dan yorke. She doesn't want. I like girls are shown as respectfully for sure beach. Or and that's what i mean by show. Yes now this looks like some. I this eyeball shit. Oh let the but is this. Oh that's and bro. I realize the story. I thought i didn't like it as i would like. It's really growing on me. And i can't wait for it to continue the story because right now. Let's give me this shaman king. Yeah that's a real live. I forgot forgotten now. Man these wait a minute wait. I'm an important plotline. I did not see her captions. Alleged shoe suckle matz tasty. I'm a close out of this. Marie already know what's up. Tell you reverse traffic. Read the first. I after that. That's that's right. That's what has a lot like. Fujimoto gonna be rough go. It's no. it's less about the trauma and like it's more comedic horror that i need than the exit central horror. That fujimoto hits you with this. This is a quality this because halloween is right around the corner corner..
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"one shot" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"They don't get if you just born. You could be a babies born yesterday. Blade you get a low district. Can't move a couple of boxes all right you got it all right so i'm talking about my week because it was about it. Them gumy's is looking real. Can't okay i'll talk. You just turn to the side and then we just talked over. It turns this. You tell me if you pick a pick pickup. No no of course not see. See now you won't wanna anyway moves onto the next section is news which crystal who is a gummy right Dan there slapping slapping nasty. Gummy drains field. You regulus Free if you wanna take if you wanna take a gummy experience. I i got you i. I'm becky and i'm ready to just need it. They away gummy journey. When you doing that. News quit okay. So what am i gonna talk about. What am i talking about. So we've been gone for two weeks so there's a lot of the lot near the log on on. I don't know what. Start off with. So i'm gonna try to be as current as fresh on the news as possible so Baki will return to net flicks fall. Twenty twenty one bucky with the good date was our life us. Nothing ages will use map. Maybe why does go on our faith on you going. Awful faith of baki. Uh son no older. When i was younger. I used to think ogre was orgy so every time i look at you to heal. Every time i look at the word ogre. I just like have a flesh is ma'am i have a flashback of my aunt said. Nah don't say they're baby now saturday. That's not it janna. Why the you gotta wash. She's no east. Because you know tech in tech ahead of character name ogre a i never seen now were before so you dispel allow lead. It makes sense to me and she said The baby don't say that that mean that on me. It makes me some mouse that this old girl just have that flashback anyways demon slayer season to the entertainment district. Arc will become in soon. I don't know if there's a release date on that just yet. Let me look that They came out earlier this week. So i don't leaser god released. Let me see about this season to rumored to be net flicks by its They're going to have to fix that. Dote shamin netflix. the The the dub on netflix aches. Doodoo i don't like it. I didn't like normal book netflix. Don't pick they own show right. Go right. I don't like a okay. What are the news brough blah. You're going on a date and we're gonna date right now. No it said it is released going to be released in two thousand twenty one but no specific date so probably winter probably end the year. December me investment weird space issue commanded always is. yeah now especially we covered Messing up a lot of anime. Pete like animators will literally be I'm i'm done when you turn seventy here ten years later. That's what they do. I hope they picked those screenings when creating a kmart rose go here. I know you got kids now. But they're yoga. they do us. I'm going to do when she dropped this album. Yeah here. I'm we'll be 'cause i know i'll be you know i'm ready. I'm ready i'm ready. I'm ready so what other news newspaper last but not lease jujitsu heison returns to shonen. Jump sunday august. I i seen it was jewish site. Absolutely i want i. I did a little torture. Yeah because i know you're still one more these gummy jiu jitsu kaizen. That's my news. If yoga yes Recipes news rising shield hero season. Two is delayed like it. Get off the stage waiting for that. Let's see what else. Net flicks is streaming in shaman king anime english dub on august ninth the king chaman. Yeah the new one. Yeah we'll have. Two episodes rian able i and will stream it worldwide on august ninth. There was another piece of news that i am forgetting. I'm looking for it now. oh villain sagas seasoned to is let's see. Let's see second anniversary movie. Yeah that season has been greenland so There was a teaser and not yet announced. What dates L. and the most born thing is chainsaw. Man's author dot fujimoto is releasing a one shots. This mondays by the time his episode. Come out if you like chains. Mango re this one shot. Do not know the name of the one shot yet. S- by by monday we will know what it's about. I love one shot lying. One shot shorty over here. Okay lying one should. that's it. I love how you can just get all you need within two hours. -solutely shout out to my broken marco. That's probably one of my current favorite one shots out right now because this ship there she and we talked about it before. I don't know the episode but you can go to our instagram shadow. That shit out later. But when i talked about my broken mario i got to like page. Fifty was like under the hairdryer ugly crying. I'm aretha 'cause i need to cry. I'm telling you just need. This is what are this equality. Read right there. But if y i two people who do. Re threat of there is It is a very grown mongo. Touching jo say territory. So we're haag girl like shit So they do talk about chino rape and child abuse so tread lightly but a great read but is my news. Anything else I don't really have news. But i know the dr stone season three been nance overlord season. Four has been announced. Been lazaga season two has been announced. I wanna get into villain finland saga. It's so good I wanna read the manga skate. You should to anthony boy bait season to season two has been an oh snap. Dobbins layer season to been announced. The house husband season. Two has been a now. I know that's motherfucking. Right with the net animation. I notice motherfucking right moslam betta come back my house husband islam. Better come back god. I love their manga. Their manga brought me so much joy during the pan. The pan nemi soul shutout away. The house i'm still watch it and then animation at all fuck. Y'all so i just thought i would just run it down for you. Thank you for an. I didn't know that. 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Five four two and the Blue
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Five four two and the Blue
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"Men voted in favor of calling for a convention and to succeed from the union yet. Five hundred thirty two voted against the idea and then again once more the election results were tossed out and when the convention was held. Madison county's representative to the for secession was represented by dr. Joseph a mcdowell and dr mcdowell voted to secede from the union now dr mcdowell was actually from asheville north carolina and he was the owner of the warm springs hotel whose foundation still stands in hot springs north carolina and the good doctor was also a backer of sheriff merrill at that time as i said one hundred sixty one years ago the citizens of madison county they met in marshall county seat to select delegates to the state convention to make the decision on whether they would basically be for the north or before the south during the american civil war as is usually the case on election day. Not only in the united states. But i'm sure in other parts of the world bars were left open to help citizens fortify themselves to celebrate or lament. The party's future now growing up in madison county myself. I was told several times that madison county was dry county in other words. No alcohol sales because of this incident that were. I'm about to talk to you about. And that was the reason. Why mount madison county tri county. Now i don't know about dry. You might dam up the creek a bit but still. You can't keep a man from digging a well or catching rainwater figure that symbolism victoria. You're at it but why bother sometimes scott. You're just a strange person who says strange things. Okay then anyway. Sheriff merrill had been making the rounds about town and by early afternoon. He was quite. It's session is 'cause not to mention being quite schnookered. Apparently sheriff merrill celebrated with his secessionist friends who were very quick to offer a little brown jug were bottle and the voters weren't at a loss for quickly obtaining a little bit of drank if they so desired again including our share of merrill now also in the crowd. That day was a gentleman by the name of neely tweed i. Mr tweed was the first elected clerk of superior court. In madison county was adjusted the piece as well as a postmaster not to mention being a schoolteacher and he was a unionist he was for keeping the union together and he was also the father of eleven children and at least one of those children was led him at the voting polls. You got a net these guys world talking about sure did a lotta begat and when it comes to kids and family sheriff. Merle was unable to continue excitement and stationed himself in the center of town where he hollered out wrath for jefferson davis in the confederacy now. The crowd standing near the polling place Several individuals yelled out an answer and very equally passionate cry her raw for washington and the union now not to be undone as is many a man with too much to drink. The sheriff pulled his pistol out and walked over towards the group of men where neely tweet happened to be. Nearly tweed backed away as well did other people when you have an intoxicated man with a pistol. You generally want to give him as much room as you can. But another gentleman who apparently was quite boulder or possibly isn't talk skated the sheriff was. I don't know he approached the sheriff. Now the sheriff noticed the gun but beneath The weapons shoved in his waistband. Sheriff asked him why he had brought his gun to the polling place and he wasn't satisfied with the answer that he got so he swung as pistol around and pointed at some other individuals in the crowd and said that the sheriff saw another man armed as well in the crowd and pulling his weapon out or up the sheriff his gun to fire in the man jumped behind the crowd and unfortunately the bullet struck nearly tweet sun passing through his arm in lodging in his ribcage. Now that was the point. The mood of the crowd suddenly became very ugly. Sheriff may have been intoxicated but he was still aware of his surroundings and the fact that standing on the street he was outnumbered by some people that weren't very happy with him. Iran to a nearby close friend's house for safety of course being pursued by the unionist men that were in the town square followed as he entered the house. Homeowner seeing what was going on both of the door behind the sheriff. And the sheriff ran upstairs now in another moment of brilliance. The sheriff opened up the upstairs window. That looked out over the street and shouted out. Come up here all you black republicans and take a shot about with me. Well in his answer to the statement from the sheriff ille- tweet fired a gun at he had received from another in the crowd and apparently weighing wounded. Sheriff merrill the town constable somebody notified him and he rushed to the scene. Arriving on the scene he took stock of where the sheriff was and talked to other people and immediately rushed to the house where the sheriff was at. He was leading by the homeowner in rushed upstairs to the bedroom where the sheriff's will has to take him into custody. Get him out. Find out what was going on. It's kind of a known what his position in the matter. Was that time. The open door though allowed. Some of the crowd into advanced into the house apparently unaware that tweet was behind him. When the constable opened the bedroom door neely had on direct line of sight on the sheriff and fired before the sheriff could fire at him and killed the sheriff. It was at this point as the old saying goes all hell broke loose in the town marshal. Nearly tweet was able to escape by going to kentucky. And he mustered up as a union private in the fourth regiment tennessee infantry company d. and where he joined to the union army unfortunately while still in basic training or what minimal training they had before they sent them up to the front of fight he developed fever and he never was able to return madison county during a civil war services claim by his family that he predicted his own death on a certain day at noon and sure enough. He sat down on that day. April twenty first eighteen sixty one in died from the fever at camp gerber in flat lick kentucky and he was buried in an unmarked grave by his son. Who was the same son that was shot by the sheriff that day one hundred sixty years ago now. Ransom p murrah was the first person in madison county to be killed because of the civil war. Many madison county citizens died in that war from both sides county. Put out a reward for the capture and arrest of of tweet but it was never collected. Tweets brother was ambushed by the home guard and tortured trying to obtain information about where.
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THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"one shot" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"Wednesday. There was no precedent for a president inciting citizens to storm the capital. And it's been more than one hundred fifty years dating back to the civil war since a large group of lawmakers gave comfort to an insurrection but all that changed after president. Donald trump invited his diehard fans to washington filled their heads with lies that he had been cheated out of the election. And that vice president. Mike pence could overturn the result unilaterally and pointed a mom of them in the direction of congress. What ensued was one of the ugliest days for democracy in living. Memory trump has spent weeks whipping up his supporters with false allegations of fraud in the november third election culminating in a coal to march to the building that represents us democracy trump who has refused to concede that he lost a democratic president. Elect joe biden had urged his supporters multiple times to come to washington for a rally on wednesday the day the us house of representatives and senate was scheduled to set the results of the electoral college. They turned out in the thousands to hear the president say they should march on the capitol building to express their anger at the voting process and to pressure their elected officials to reject the results. We're going to walk down to the capital and we're going to cheer on our brave senators and congressmen and women. Trump told the crowd standing behind safety. Glass the white house as a backdrop speaking what is likely to be his last rally. As the sitting. President trump exhorted his supporters to fight. We will never give up. We will never concede trum said about fifty minutes into the speech. Some of his supporters waving trump flags began heading toward capitol hill. Where unprecedented mayhem ensued. Protested slipped easily through barricades with police filmed allowing protesters through storms the building and entered lawmakers chambers. The certification process was stopped and vice president. Mike pence and members of congress were evacuated lawmakers and staff members. Were hiding under tables hunkered in lockdowns saying prayers and seeing the fruits of the country's divisions up close and violent guns withdrawn a woman. A fourteen year veteran of the us air force was shot and killed trump flag hung on the capital. The graceful rotunda reeked of tear-gas glass shattered the pro-trump mall took over the presiding officers chair in the senate. They mocked its leaders posing for photos in the office of nancy pelosi one with his feet propped on her desk. Another sitting in the same seat. Vice president mike pence that occupied only moments before during the proceedings to certify the electoral college vote on wednesday hallowed spaces of american democracy one after another yielded to the occupation of congress. This began as a day of reckoning for president. Donald trump's few tall attempt to cling to power as congress took up the certificates in process of joe biden's victory it devolved into scenes of fear and agony. That left a prime ritual. American democracy in tatters. If you don't fight like hell you're not going to have a country anymore. Trump said let the weak ones get out. This is a time for strength. He announced his lawyer rudy. Giuliani said to the crowd. Let's have trial by combat. Trump told his morning crowd that he would go with them to the capital. But he didn't instead. He sent them off with incendiary rhetoric and watch the coup in delight on television from the protection of the white house as night fell. A capital officials said the building had been cleared but outside some way from the grounds scores of protesters remained including members of militia and far right groups as criticism mounted that he'd incited a riot. Trump was urged to say more by a trump loyalist house. Republican leader kevin mccarthy and some of the advises who remain in the white house for he's dwindling days in office. Eventually trump posted a recorded video on twitter. I know you'll hurt. We had an election that was stolen from us. It was a landslide. Election trump said repeating familiar falsehoods. But you have to go home now. He said shortly after posting the video received a twitter warning before the company locked. Trump's account altogether trump's failure to rein in his supporters stood in sharp contrast to his attitude last summer when he threatened arrests in the use of force to break up protests against racial inequality. When black lives matter protesters would tear teargassed and disappeared from the streets by unmarked police in rented vehicles.