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Fresh update on "paige" discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

00:31 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "paige" discussed on Native America Calling

"Which was towards planting of disturbed areas of sister by industry. So we are doing the work on the land. Whether it's at home growing food for our families in our communities, but we are actually doing a lot of work out in the communities as well. So. Let's go back to doctor many guns and doctor Minnie goes, you know, as you know, a lot of our listeners of native America calling are down here in the U.S. and I'd like to ask you, what can native people down here in the states? What can we learn from indigenous peoples in Canada about the land back movement? Because as we've talked about, we are facing similar struggles. You know, education, you know, I certainly agree with everything that's been said. I find it just fascinating. And so encouraging to know that people are learning, going back and learning. And I think that part of this learning also means regaining the knowledge of our original trade routes. And starting to trade from indigenous groups to indigenous groups and starting to access and learn again how to process our own the natural foods that are in our environments like bull rushes, you can harvest those in the fall and you can get flour out of our heads. You can harvest them in the spring and you can get the little butts that are really tasty. And these are just knowing that these innocuous things that are growing on the sides of the road actually are foods that we used to survive on and they posted really good. As I mentioned before, we have we're growing some of the mandan seeds here at the university we planted them the first time this year. And I had taken one of the recipes from buffalo bird woman who was documented in the early 1917, I believe. And all of her seeds were taken. So I found them. But I also cooked one of her recipes and it was four vegetables mixed. It just was sunflowers, toasted and crushed, and a slurry of the squash. And then beans and corn all mixed. Attitude. And I'll tell you right now when I made it, I had a bunch of processed students over at the house, and they were literally eating it out of the pot that was so good. No salt, no pepper, no nothing, just the natural processes. So we have a lot to offer when we go back and re-engage and figure out what these wonderful wonderful food sources were that sustained and actually created just a wonderful quality of life that existed. Well, doctor many gens before the show, you shared with me that you have a background as a chef. So you've kind of got a secret weapon over there with your work and indigenization and technology. You cook up a really great dinner, so that's wonderful for your students and associates as well. I want to go back to Tiffany and Tiffany, let's look to the future. Where do you see land back in Canada in the next ten or 15 years? Tiffany, are you there? Doctor mini guns, could you answer that question looking forward? Where do you see the movement headed? You know what? I see this as a very, very interesting and very kind of soft edged way of getting to know getting to know the Aboriginal people and the way that we lived prior to contact. And it's also people's people love trying different things. And I think it's a way to regain respect for our cultures and diffuse these notions that we lived in these mundane boring, less exciting environments, but I will tell you when they taste our food, they love it. Well, unfortunately, that's all the time we have for our show today and I want to say thank you to all of our guests and this wonderful discussion on land back Canada. It's been really enlightening really informative and it's also gotten me really hungry listening to all these great chefs talking about food and food issues and how they relate to land back. Join us tomorrow as we begin our look through the decades. The series remembers the politics, major events, and pop culture of the past, that were important to Native Americans. We start off with the 1960s. I'm your host Sean spruce. Thank you for listening to native America calling. Support by the Smithsonian's national museum of the American Indian presenting ancestors know who we are. A new online exhibition that features works by 6 contemporary black indigenous women artists. Joel Joyner, Paige pettibon, moira pernambuco, Monica rickard boulter, stormy Weber, and rosslyn Brown, addressing race, gender, multiracial identity, and intergenerational knowledge, more at American Indian dot SI dot EDU..

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Judge John Gleeson on Taking Down John Gotti

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:56 min | Last month

Judge John Gleeson on Taking Down John Gotti

"Talking to the author of the brand new book the Gotti wars taking down America's most notorious mobster. You wonder, hey, who took him down? Who was the determined young prosecutor who took him down? Of course, we don't know. We don't know nothing about that. We was just in the olive oil business. No, actually, we do know. He's sitting right here. His name is judge John gleeson. You were that young prosecutor. Yeah, I was. And I didn't do it alone. Look, I was the lead prosecutor when we took him down, but I had great people helping me prosecutors in my office who worked under my supervision and the FBI, FBI knows what it's doing when it comes to organized crime. Also, there is something they know their way around. I'm glad to hear that actually. Because I thought that they were all like Paige and struck and all those evil bad people. But you're telling me, listen, we know who the good guys are in this story. And when I think about going up against something, because listen, let's be honest, people didn't think you could take down the mob. And so the fact that that even happened is extraordinary. It's amazing. But you were talking about how you found yourself, your prosecutor, and you find yourself being assigned to this case. So the first case, because most of us don't remember these details, was going on at the time that in 1985, John Gotti decides to make a name for himself brutally murder castellano and broad daylight and is there any other kind of daylight they always say that in broad daylight? I think there might be narrow daylight, but I think the medium with daylight, but this was in broad daylight. It was also 6 o'clock in the evening in December. So there's no daylight. It was broad dark night. All right. I'm a human being. I make mistakes. So, but in the middle of this, this murder happens. So take us back because we have to say too for people who don't know. He was known as the Teflon Don, because many efforts were made to get him that failed. Correct. He beat that case, the one that we had him under indictment for at the time that killed Paul castellano. Then there were two other cases in state court that he beat one fair and square. One kind of scared the witness off the witness stand. Intimidated the witness? Well, the witness, it was a little dopey assault case, really. It was a very small case. But the witness produced that famous headline on the post, I forgot, 'cause he got up on the witness stand and said he couldn't remember the first slapped him. I don't remember that. What year was that? That was 1987 or so. Yes. And then there was our case. So yes, he had earned one way or the other. The nickname not only the dapper Don. But the Teflon Don.

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Why Are Conservatives so Squeamish About Educational Choice? Rep. Gary Palmer Tells Us

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:36 min | 6 months ago

Why Are Conservatives so Squeamish About Educational Choice? Rep. Gary Palmer Tells Us

"Difference between the liberal perspective of education and the conservative perspective of education, especially when it comes to school choice. We believe that the parents and the families and the communities should have choice and how they pick and choose and how they go to school and how we redo that. Liberals of course with the NEA, the Georgia association of educators, Paige, others, folks like that. These union folks believe that is only the professional educators that should decide that and the government should be the choice. Why is it that we have such a hard time with Republicans and you know this wells out there? They might not say it out loud, but they get real squeamish when we start pushing choice, but yet we see it works in communities of color. We work in. It just works. Why are we so squeamish about it? Well, we shouldn't be. Every kid's different. There's not a single one of those NEA members that got up in the middle of the night. To take care of a warm markets when they were sick, or to change their diapers or to take them on their doctors appointments. They don't know our kids, don't. We do. And this is what you're seeing in education is a microcosm of what the country would look like under socialism. They want to make everybody the same and they want to control all of your personal decisions. Including the future of your kids. And what we want to do is empower parents to help their kids achieve. And to not try to force them into things that they're not prepared for or not ready for.

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Biden Calls Satchel Paige 'The Great Negro' in Latest Gaffe and Liberal Media Defends Him

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:25 min | 8 months ago

Biden Calls Satchel Paige 'The Great Negro' in Latest Gaffe and Liberal Media Defends Him

"Think with the media would do if Donald Trump called a black man a Negro. Violating federal law incidentally, I mean, Obama signed a law in May of 2016 banning the word. We don't use the word Negro anymore, but obviously Joe Biden does. And what the media did to provide him cover is so comical. That it bears pointing out if you probably have heard it by now. There's a lot to get to today. It's Friday. We had a busy week. We're going to head into a busy weekend. This is a big breaking news day. You're not going to want to miss a second of today's Mike Gallagher's show 'cause we have a lot of great stuff planned for you. The Kyle rittenhouse trial is going to wind down early next week as it goes to the jury. There's only one reason that this jury would convict him. And we all know what that reason would be. We'll get to that in just a moment, but first in context, here's the 46th president of the United States on Veterans Day. You know, I've adopted the attitude of the great Negro at the time picture in the Negro leagues went on to become a great pitcher in the pros and Major League Baseball after Jackie Robinson. His name was satchel page. Now, we could probably assume he meant to say the great Negro league pitcher, maybe when he said that Barack Obama was clean, he didn't mean to say, like he was clean like he bathed, maybe he meant to say, has a clean record. When he said that you can go into any 7 11 and hear everybody talking with an Indian accent, maybe he didn't really mean Indian accent. I mean, you could give him a lot of, you know, cover, right? Because that's what the left does. When he said, you know, those Republicans want to put y'all back in chains. Maybe he didn't mean like literal chains, maybe even those little paper chains that our kids did in kindergarten. Because honest to goodness, the media sprung into action yesterday to defend

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A Year on From a Stolen Election, Alexander Lukashenko Remains in Power

The World and Everything In It

02:04 min | 10 months ago

A Year on From a Stolen Election, Alexander Lukashenko Remains in Power

"In august twenty twenty protesters took to the streets in belarus following a presidential election. There that almost no one trusted but more than a year after that the man often referred to as europe's last dictator alexander lukashenko remains in power and opposition leaders fed lonard seek sky is still in exile in lithuania with top officials in her political party sentenced to prison just yesterday. Even though observers say seeking of sky was the rightful winner of that election. So where do things stand now. And how are christians faring. World's european correspondent jenny lynn schmidt reports in the years since protests filled. The streets of many belarussians watched in dismay as the nation's troubles faded from the international spotlight. That changed in may when alexander lukashenko forced a flight from greece to lithuania to land in belarus authorities boarded. The plane arrested opposition journalist. Remind pro to save sage and his girlfriend sofia so paige and threw them in jail. The european union and the united states quickly imposed sanctions lukashenko retaliated by releasing migrants across the border into the eu. Hannah luebbe cova is a journalist from minsk and a fellow with the atlantic council. The regime came up with this idea to bring migrants from iraq or other countries to belarus. And then help them to cross the border authorities. Lithuanian poland have reported seeing belarussian guards. Forcefully push migrants into their countries last week. Poland declared a state of emergency for two provinces as more than thirty. Two hundred migrants tried to cross from belarus illegally. Well of course it was revenge from look. Shane pick you wanted to. This is the situation. You wanted to artificially create a crisis on the border with boroughs. But luke says that means western sanctions are working. Lukashenko's recent release. A few political prisoners is another sign. Baluba cova says the sanctions have loopholes. That be closed

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Wrapping Up Some Hand Histories

Podker

04:17 min | 11 months ago

Wrapping Up Some Hand Histories

"We are wrapping up some hand histories that we started lost episode with melissa burr. This time we're talking ten dollars twenty dollars at crown casino. You started with two thousand dollars where we are on the table right now. A look. You know we've been going up and down but that's just bring a stand into the big blind angus. I'll be giving you this hand. 'cause as hands are there'll be serious they say this business big blonde with ten and the seven officer a real power. Has todd cheese and you got bet to pass and effective. The middle position are fifty dollars. The large at kohl's net button kohl's kohl's so now this game just so we. I don't know if anyone was remembering from las wake. Said the game was really tough at the start and we'll building it now. The game is built. It's very much underway Said the ship safari fast and furious. It's for ring game. Some guys have saw bits on. It's really it's really going sartre. We call in the big blonde. We tend to seven officers. Our main you could fall but not just putting thirty bucks in you. You just calling seven seven rot. That's that's exactly right so there's five ways to the floor. I seven three rainbow. The small blonde looks like he wants to. He doesn't wanna bet into everyone's Checks what do we do. We check road we check. It goes checked her up. Look ten officer on the turn. I seven three ten for bar. I student like this and then you go to pair. I don't like this for a couple of reasons. Because jack is certainly handed would've limped along and now they've got so maybe i'll put a feel out of like one hundred twenty. Most importantly dr is the small blind bets into everyone. For one hundred seventy terrifying. It's terrifying especially considered they wanting to the previous picture eight. Yep what's the. What was the flip again. I seven three. I couldn't have three by could have raised. That could even have at seven zero fraud and pocket. I'ts bake also have things like ice. I know i night. So i mean cooling but i love it in fact wacoal heater and then a very good playa kohl's behind and then aleatory pliers followed. The river is an ice. So now if you'll sign a sites i seventy central wants to bet. Now that's hands bathing us. That was terrible view avocado. I'm guessing small vixen again. Dr this tomasson chicks. I think he schick. Coal are while there. Maybe our mike terrible plight. He but on really bright River decision put up Huge and it goes followed. Solve value to be hadid is obviously went for too much. Yeah absolutely i mean. Some people could argue that you could follow prey floppy basis. I pointed contention audit thinks especially in a game. Lock these Rising the turn is certainly something you could do. Considering i could have things like ten no on but you block that It could have our sets he can rise and then decide. What happens if you get free or something like this. Just the charge them Sometimes people to have a bit of a body of the apple when it gets checked and on the flop and certainly on the river We've sort of bombed it harping that what like top paige colza soul. There's so many repairs. There was sort of getting value from with his laws bet like and if they have mighty isis up and i told us what we lose like the hall hand applied is discombobulated. A nonsensical really. I mean i don't know what was going on. This is just a catalyst bad hand with lots of interesting situation. So i think sure we can call but maybe just to turn about. I think we got a bit smaller. We gotta get value and this is not the way.

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Overcoming Financial Trauma and Creating a Denim Empire

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Overcoming Financial Trauma and Creating a Denim Empire

"Page. Welcome to money rehab. Thank you so much. So in the beginning of our episodes we do a quick round of money. Rehab never have. I ever you got it. I'll ask you questions about your finances and you can tell me if you have or you haven't made this money move all right. Never have i ever sold a stock. Never you just keep them long term. We invest very safely and things have been going well so we've been keeping them the way they are so so far so good. Never have i ever played the lottery. No i've never played the lottery. Never have i ever ridden a will or trust. I have like a boss. Never have i ever pitched an investor. I have definitely pitched an investor successfully successfully so grateful. And that's how page mrs started. The so tell me how page was started. I had been working in the industry in l. a. in the entertainment industry seeing modeling and acting and doing a bunch of different things and i also thought that i might be a talk show host someday so that was my major in college was communications and broadcast journalism. But before i was going down that route i was singing acting and modeling and doing all different kinds of things and long story short. It ended up being industry. That wasn't very healthy for me. Do a lot of different things that happened in my life and i ended up going to speak to a life coach when i hit rock bottom in really needed to get some help

Paige Mycoskie on the Story of Aviator Nation

The Glossy Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

Paige Mycoskie on the Story of Aviator Nation

"Those who don't know aviator nation give us the cliff's notes. Okay so yeah. Aviator nation is a lifestyle brand that i started basically in my garage and southern california about fifteen years ago. Fifteen years that's pretty great. It's kind of crazy to even say that. now. I'm like wow time. Flies was the concept the same as it is. Now i'm seeing some amazing lounge wear at leisurewear had have you kind of veered toward that category in the those categories in the last year. Or that's always been kind of court of the brand. Yeah it's funny That has always been quarter. The brand i mean my passion since i was young has always been to be super comfortable and I love sweats. And i love. Really soft t shirts and Really that's just you know since i was young. I've worn vintage t shirts and super comfortable sweats like all the time. And so yes. I mean when i started the company might goal was pretty much to create something. That's so comfortable. That i would want to wear it every single day. Myself and You know now that athleisure is such a big deal and people are accepting tracksuit in the sweatsuit or whatever you wanna call it pretty much anywhere you go. It obviously works to my benefit but that is definitely what we have been doing since day one. Yeah are you your customer. Who is your customer. Do you can fit the demo. Yes so. I absolutely am my customer. When i when i started the company it was specifically make clothes for myself. I just really. I've always been very very picky about what i'm wearing specific to being super comfortable and specific colors and and it's funny i just i just could not find anything in the stores. That was what i wanted to wear. And it started with me really searching and vintage stores because i found that i was. I was more excited to wear vintage clothing because stuff that was made in the seventies and early eighties and stuff like that was definitely more the style that i wanted and so i found myself looking for close flea markets and thrift stores and stuff like that and then i realized it's so hard like i spent a whole day looking for like won t shirt. Because it's not easy to find t shirts from the seventies. It's like can find stuff from the nineties and two thousands but it's hard to find the really old good staff and so finally dawned on me. I'm like what am i doing spending a whole day looking for a t shirt. Why don't i learn how to make this That's just always kind of been. My personality is figuring out how to make

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"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

"You felt like you were having these like smaller clients is of the film before he reached the major one. That definitely benefited the movie in a long ways. Yeah no definitely. I mean you. You said something interesting to me after the movie which you said. I should put on my list of movies that i it was. It's my soothing. My exit central mind list which is also my how to live list. Which is it's interesting to me. Because i've read some letterbox reviews of this film. And i think there's a lot of people that see it as a warning tale. There's a lot of people that see it as like no yeah like Live and and i think i think there's some people that see as a little bit of both and i'm wondering what what you kind of see the takeaway is if it's if it's kind of a you know a way to start living again or if you see more cautionary now well i think i think when you say like some people think it's both i think i think personally i feel like it's both like it's cautionary i think it's also but i think part of that cautionary goes into all of it builds into how to how to go about your life like and live their life the best way and i think Showing you the the cautionary part of that feeds into it. But i also think showing you the I guess the positives. And the and the way that Mads not cycles of madame mickelson's Characters character arc changes. I think that also plays into that quite a bit. Because he in some ways he. He didn't necessarily need alcohol what he needed a change and he used he used to like the the alcohol studies as part of that. But i think. I think in his case it wasn't necessarily like of i mean just the way it played out the alcohol. The alcohol play a part in that situation. But i think I think he realized how much more present he just needed to be. General and and so in that sense too. I feel like it played into like how you live your life and be more present in it and unlike any i think some of the cautionary stuff also plays in that. But but that's why. I was saying it should go on your list because i feel like every every every makers character arc plays into how to how to live like how how to go about living your life and what they were doing wrong before and maybe what they're doing wrong in the end and and that's i don't know and so i kind of actually like it as having a place on that list but it's your list so you know that i mean not good point. Good point for sure I think i think this is the most obvious. Cool trick word of overhead to give. Yeah is it the most obvious one. I think it is. What's the most. What's whole trivia the like dancing the annual. It's i love how this down this like. What was it jazz ballet or something. He was like they're like throwing out throughout the whole film and he's just like be like down in al that he just won't do it and every time the every time he is about to dance. That like doesn't happen like they barely got off the bar and then at the very end he finally gets to dance. And it's like everything's coming back together again so blissful that last seen i mean it's really sad third. They're coming from their friends funeral. But but that whole dance sequences like a new beginning kind of. It's a good point. I didn't i didn't realize how much they were. Building it up. I think the first watch. It's really like do mcdonald's but it's like but and then and then the reference still missing if anyone else but but It's it's it's really think built up throughout your like. Hey i wanna see him dance and then they hit you with like literally like forget about it. Oh my god like one of the best endings of any movie like one of his one of the most iconic adnan seriously like. I was so blown away with us when i saw it yet. Now is great. Crazy isn't it. I mean it's just. It's just i mean in mail. That guy's a fucking dancer. I asked like that. Yeah i know ranger rape is so talented. We'll get so crazy. I was just thinking. Like gosh. Does like high-schoolers just graduated like got just having as their teachers dancing like that and drinking the boom felt a way to graduate. I felt real to the way the teachers kinda like made so fun to like you know after after graduate. I don't know if you've ever like drink with teach only did study abroad a little bit. But like if you've ever dislike united minded you drink wine with. He was like birdied but like he was just like. Hey like have some nice wi with us. He asked professor was amazing. I mean he was like he was like. If you're gonna like experience italian culture you're gonna be drinking. It's like maybe drinking wine and a lot of it. So he was very big on lake encouraging the consumption and learning about the culture behind wine and.

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"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

"Face day crack me up no noisier saying for sure. It's very interesting. Having peter in there the guy the guy. That's the music teacher psych teacher. 'cause i mean he seems to have like a totally healthy relationship with the whole thing is like i mean. The idea of like a teacher offering student a drink before tests. That's a whole like a total. I mean maybe that's inappropriate. But i'm saying like the fact that the fact that like he's like look you're nervous. This is what you need in. The student passes it's lake. He's like yeah like sometimes to a certain extent this can relieve your anxiety And and kids and never seemed like a university him abusing like the other like the other teachers do now. You don't even see them. Hung over like the other ones. Yeah think they picked him hungover after that one like crazy night out of the gets. I don't think he i mean he. He gets drunk with the others but he doesn't like take it too far. Never take it too far in his Never gets in the way of his personal life. It seems yeah. I thought was interesting. How the main character. What's his name. Matt's the the doctors with martin His kids told him at one point. The crazy night. Like oh yeah like. Everyone knows you've been you've been drinking for a long time and time and it's like it's like the they all thought they were being very discreet like drinking at work and stuff and in reality if his kids knew that he'd been like like you know drinking that much than that's more obvious than he thought it was the other the other line that that made me think that is when when peter offers the students sebastian alcohol and sebastian goes. Oh i thought you quit. Yeah like why would the student of known the teacher would have quit unless it was like. It was an open secret or something asked like well-known their findings new drinker. Funny they like. The school was getting all hard on the the students for having their racer on the lake or whatever it was called with a beer and then they were going to lake but they didn't like come down very hard on the teachers at least in the span of the film like it seemed like they were going to get into like the principal was bringing it up in that one meeting towards the end so like maybe they did later but i would have had harsher consequences. Okay so so. My impression there was. I was kind of thing that the first run my impression here is like first of all The first time they find alcohol they liked blame on the students. Yeah which by the way just side note is is again another hit. The tommy has a worse alcohol problem because he's hiding a lot it's not like he's like golly bottles everywhere unless thinking that i was like. Wow how long is this going on. That's your first hit for him that he actually has a real problem. And then second of all. I think it's implied not not. It's never even talked about which is fascinating. But i think it's implied the timing out fired after he. He walked in just absolutely hammered. She's giving a speech. About how like. There's been reports that teachers have been drinking and he's like totally plastered but that he was like i'm gonna call the principal to call her like figuring out and then next thing we know he's he liked drowns right. Yeah i mean. He said he's gonna call her. Like i think he's going to call her and try to like salvages job. Maybe maybe he's not officially fired. But i think it's i think it's i think that's implied that lake. He was on the way out there. He's on his way out. I think that's the idea i mean. He didn't seem very distressed. About any of it. I mean i think he was hiding it but he didn't. He didn't seem like there was a good place. General it was just him and his dog in mitchelson. Douglas starting to start older. Gosh i mean his whole funeral Just that that totally gets me with with little kids specs that he like mentors kid with the glasses. Awful puts the flowers. Casket just absolutely gets me backs. Specs facts was so cute. Spec stole the show for me the little soccer kid. He was great. Here's absolutely great. I i love movies at just feel like they genuinely play out like your memory. This is one of those. Were like the way reflect on a night. Or the way i'd reflect on a few weeks is like almost exactly how this movie plays out there. Sometimes like like the cuts the cuts from like the chaotic bars to like them walking home on the streets. That kind of stumbling home like that's daffodils. Really real to me like the sort of like there is a weird Immediate change in feeling when you leave a bar in you're like you're on the street and then you're like the only one that's drunk not surrounded by a bunch of other people just like ooh but you kind of like keeping up the league. You're kind of keeping up the spirit of the place you were just in despite being completely different setting. Yeah i mean they really. I think part of that. Those they only focused on They were really good out like Drawing are pulling story forward and in creating a good pace and linking specific like and memories from the whole thing through. And i think that's partially why it felt so so much like like real memories. I remember at one point. We were about half. we were actually exactly halfway through. We had positive for something. And i was like. Oh wow we're we're only halfway through but the thing is it felt like it was. It was building continuously throughout your first half ended mean it in a way like gaza drying out. This is like you know taking too long finish. But i meant it in a way of like. Wow like the first half of this movie is really building. And i thought it was going to end soon because i don't know like a lot of films us build up something in the end but An ads kind of fast with this one. It took a wild early get to its climax film but there were so many like you said kind of like memories where.

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"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

"God so tommy really had a problem where he could not control himself at the end. I mean we're getting drunk with his friends and he was like yes fine. We'll have a couple more beers and whatever and then all he he just like way after they stopped. It was just showing up completely plastered to work. I was just like really really bad. I mean so question off that do you think that the game or the the study made him at alchoholic. I mean. I think that the encouragement to drink during the day made it a problem for him. I mean somebody otherwise they could stop and but do you think he would have gone that way. They not played the game or the done study impossible to say i'd say probably not because i don't think he would have any any reason to drink during work whereas this whole thing was like. Hey let's try drinking during work. Yes that's true. The funny thing is. I don't remember them really showing a lot of increased social professional benefit for his character in particular except for the single interaction with one of the soccer kids I didn't notice a ton of benefit for him whereas the other the other teachers they all like showed dramatic changes. That's true especially especially martin. I mean was really really stuck in a riot and then and then serve us drinking as a way to sort of be more outgoing and playful with his students. he starts like Teaching these lectures creatively. You get a little hint of his class before on the students are stricken bored out of their minds. And you know he's just like reading the textbook and stuff and then all of a sudden he's like you know teaching lectures creatively and stuff. I mean i mean from from a scientific perspective. This isn't a very good study. at all. Like five participants. Four participants will not only. Are there four participants. Like i mean it's a case study good amount of case study for a good amount of his placebo. I think in the case of martin. He is feeling like okay. Like i'm ready to. This is a new start for me and like i'm ready to turn over a new leaf. I feel like with him specifically. It's like i definitely see some placebo in that Yeah definitely yeah and I think he needed something to like. Offload onto Like he needed to offload his barriers on something. I think he used alcohol. Is that crutch. yeah but At his character was i mean we follow him. The most but his character is definitely the most interesting thought It's no for sure for sure. I mean it's also just like mads. Mikkelsen is endlessly fascinating to look at his weird ass face like we were talking about the way his slips look like his litter so expresso yeah just like his whole in general neatest exactly what. He's i don't know it's just it's perfect. It's like real. I feel like it would be so cool to be bad mickelson. That and it's almost like it'd be cooler than like being i in some weird way. I can almost picture being brad pitt for picture being mads mikkelsen. It's like there's something Disney he seems like almost alien in his like. I have a hard time picturing being either one. But no i'm not saying i mean especially like i don't know yeah it's what's it like to like. Look at that face in the mirror. Yeah but he's a very like real like the this like he does a great job of like portraying real people real. I don't know like like it really comes across wall. His acting comes. Crosswell is acting comes across uber. Well it's very relatable in a way. I mean 'cause he's he's played like hannibal lecter. He's played like bond villains. And then you know you see him for like you see him for like two minutes as this. This rolls high school teaching like okay. Yeah i'm there. I'm there in your world this introduction of just like your You know you go like a bad class of his but it seems like uneventfully bad. Yeah selling it's only. It's not you open on a big incident with the class but the just like hey like your way too hard on the students. He is like oh okay like fine. He's just like bombed in like you know and then things are touch lost touch. Yeah it's just like it's a great. It's a great introduction to his whole world. I'm just there instantly you know. Yeah yeah exactly i. Just somebody's like i wish. More movies broke into that like midlife crisis. Like it seems so it seen it feels so like stereotypical in our everyday lives this idea of like. Oh yeah that guy's just like going through a midlife crisis so we got a corvette and whatever like typed his wife but then it is. It didn't play out at all in this movie. Like in a in a way that you expected it to and i almost wish there were more like just good movies about midlife crisis. That weren't like that weren't like eighty year. Old deniro coin to las vegas or like something like right. Yeah yeah definitely. I think i mean. I think what makes us won't work so well in particular is that it's it's not i feel like the things he's experiencing do go with typically a midlife crisis but at the same time i feel like this is something that anyone could be dealing with like like like relationships and you know how in tune how involved in interior with your work and and so i feel like that's partially. What makes it feel very. I guess accessible for midlife crisis here are adrian others. I imagine my sister liked it and felt like it was relatable and she was and she doesn't really like a lot of she doesn't usually like foreign films to saying she's not sure she would have liked a form fill normally doesn't watch films but but she really enjoyed it and she's eighteen and so i feel like it is just The setup not necessarily what the characters yourself going through the setup is very translatable kind of.

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Final Four Weekend: How Did UCLA Make It In?

ESPN Daily

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Final Four Weekend: How Did UCLA Make It In?

"Make you are is. You are ears on the ground for this final four and it is a special one tomorrow night. Because baylor's taking on houston and then undefeated gonzaga is playing this unlikely cinderella. Ucla and i feel the need to start with ucla. Myron because i don't think anyone outside of bill walton saw any of this coming. I don't think anybody's saw them knocking off. A one seed in michigan bell. Takes the basketball dickinson looking choirs. An adviser turns players at three for the good off. The back of the ramp and ucla has water from i. Four to the final four for the nineteen taught school history the first since two thousand eight. The bruins aren't going off final four. Ucla's own players are using words like surreal unreal. When they're asked to describe what this ride to the final four has been like. So how did ucla pull all of this out of the anyone knows and it's funny because a lot of people are saying. Hey you should have believed in the pac twelve. But i demanded all pac twelve fans. Show me they're brackets so we can see if they even believed in the past well. Ucla came out of nowhere and just to beat a team like michigan. That was legitimately a great team. That people thought might be able to some trouble and here. They are just winning game after game. I mean if you want to sum up the chaos of the entire twenty twenty twenty twenty one season. It's ucla in the final four right now after. Not even being the best team in the pack twelve so they make it from the first four to the final four. The second team since vcu to do that. When i saw them beat michigan. Myron in the way that you describe. Johnny giuseppe my half vietnamese king. That dude fifty. Five percent of the points twenty eight like is that just how this team goes now or was that a one

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McDonald powers Arizona past Indiana and into Final Four

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

McDonald powers Arizona past Indiana and into Final Four

"Paige Becker scored twenty eight points in the first overall seed used to huge run spanning the final two quarters to beat number two Baylor sixty nine sixty seven the Huskies actually trailed fifty five forty five late in the third quarter before scoring nineteen consecutive points ten coming from backers we got kind of stagnant and just watch everybody do their own thing with the bond once we got that problem and better and start pushing in transition getting easier buckets I'm against a really tough defense and half court I think that open up the game for us every McDonnell scored thirty three points and third seeded Arizona beat number four Indiana sixty six fifty three the pac twelve player of the year briefly left the game with a twisted ankle with two thirty five left but limped back on to the court and scored six more points I'm the ferry

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Is Paige Bueckers UConn's Next Superstar?

The Lead

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Is Paige Bueckers UConn's Next Superstar?

"Charlotte first off for anyone who hasn't seen her in action. Can you describe page bekker's game on the court. It's really fun to watch her. High school code actually used to call her own well because she was so skinny shitting bekker's not only does she have a great shy but she's this incredible passer where you never know when going to go deckers visa wide open nelson the perfect pass chris. Daly associate coach at uconn was just comparing her game to sue bird based on her jumper. Just because it's so automatic whenever she shoots seeing the students go in sports and it's really cool to watch her just worked well page. Bekker's came to yukon as the number one recruit in the country. So she was obviously very well known when the season began. But to you charlotte. When did she really announce herself on the national stage. I think our national out already was probably the south carolina game and the tip off. In here we go number one versus number. Two of the tent goes to uconn in the home whites this crazy national showdown one versus to close game. The whole time be defended his by fifty four solid defense. Better offense paid record straight up. A pool and page comes out and then leads them into overtime where she hits this insane. Three pointer legend grow from here. Legend grow from here and she leads them to a win on. You can't spend your number one

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Katie Barnes on College Basketball BFFs Jalen Suggs and Paige Bueckers

ESPN Daily

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Katie Barnes on College Basketball BFFs Jalen Suggs and Paige Bueckers

"Katie. Is to have you back on the show. Thanks for having me so. I'm talking to you because you have the story of the kind of blew my mind and i say that because if there's one player in the men's college basketball tournament i would advise people to know about it would be jalen suggs. These star of the number one overall seed gonzaga bulldogs. He's a freshman. They open their tournament. Tomorrow heavily favored. He's going to be the face of this whole thing in the women's tournament the one name i'd advise people to know about would be page. Bekker's their star freshman the star of the yukon. Huskies who are also a one c and opening their tournament. Sunday against high point. They are the two faces of the game right now. They will be the two faces of the month of march. And what. I didn't know until i read your story. Katie is that they grew up twenty miles away from each other in minnesota and they've been friends since elementary school. How did you discover that page. Bekker's jalen subs. Were this close. I had pursued a tip from my editor. That was a video of the two of them playing rock paper scissors when they were seniors in high school. I had written about page before. So i just asked her. It was like. Are you actually friends with jalen suggs. And she said that she was shocking that to kids from the midwest who live pretty close to each other who both played basketball of course they would know each other. Of course they would be friendly. That wasn't surprising. But as i reported the story and i found out just how deep these routes go that to me was. What made this really special. Yeah you came into the story. I know having reported a lot about page. Bekker's you got to know jalen suggs. It sounds like in the course of doing this along with family members of each of them. How difficult was it to get everybody on the record to talk to you about the specific relationship. Everyone was really excited to talk about this relationship. These two are really good friends. Their families our friends. You're the parents want to celebrate the other one so everybody was really pumped to talk to me

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10 Years After The Syrian War Hardship Persists On Both Sides

C-SPAN Programming

04:21 min | 1 year ago

10 Years After The Syrian War Hardship Persists On Both Sides

"10th anniversary of the uprisings in Syria that initially were part of the Arab spring. It turned into a devastating civil war with Syrian leader Bashar al Assad and his allies, principally Russia on one side against various domestic and foreign forces. On the other. War that has killed by some estimates, up to half a million people, displacing millions more, turning them into refugees, both internal and external. Doing a porter is the U. S. State Department deputy spokesperson. 10 years ago, the Syrian people peacefully took to the streets calling for basic human rights and an end to government corruption. On this anniversary, we honor the many brave Syrians who spoke out a decade ago against impression. You continue to act today documenting atrocities providing humanitarian aid and medical services. Demanding freedom and dignity for all of Syrians. United States stands with the Syrian people under the Assad regime. They have suffered innumerable atrocities and we will continue to work with the international community Throat promotes accountability. Call for the re release of those arbitrarily detained information on whereabouts of the missing and unhindered humanitarian assistance to the Syrian people who will also continue to promote global settlement in the conflict in Syria, and closed complication with our allies, Partners and the United Nations. Political settlement is the only way to the family in the complex, prevent rare suffering and provide the peace and stability The Syrian people deserve. State Department Deputy spokesperson Jolene A. Porter on a teleconference. Associated Press reports that the U. N special envoy for Syria today said that international diplomacy is crucial to end Syria's tenure. War, and it's important to establish a new format to bring together key nations with an influence on the conflict that includes the U. S. Russia, Iran, Turkey, Arab States and the European Union. Your C span. We recently interviewed for our program. The weekly freelance journalist and former captive of the group. Al Nusra. Theo Paige knows I have to follow up on your phrase a broken country. Explain what you mean. What is life like inside Syria? Why is a situation so dire? I mean, we have a We have a very owners, Thank Shin's regime imposed upon them at the moment, which perhaps even the most trivial banking connections between Syria and outside would also Selector university students who would like to send off an application fee so you can educate themselves and come back. And now the country. You can't do this. I mean, the entire country is like blockaded. Economically and way do this, because again, we're gonna punish the Syrian government. But it's the Syrian government is like fine. They have ways to get their own cash. And so the bad guys among the terrorists, too, By the way, they also have their own ways to bring in the cash, the people that are suffering and, um You know if we have any compassion or or like foresight, because because we can continue to collapse. It's like it's not at a end a state of collapse it can carry on for For a number of years, You know, slow motion collapse there millions of people that are doing their best to go out, but everyday existence there, it's hard to get money enough to like. Buy fuel toe heat up the cattle. Too keyed up evening cup of tea. That is the state that they're in. Um, Nevertheless, those people kind of like our scraping and I've got just drink in the evenings and buy some cucumber. Some rice But that can also collapse. And then there are numerous minorities. It's not just the famous our lights because, um, she asked minority that is, um, maybe four million people in Syria. The President Bashar al Assad is remember of this religious minority. Sally them They're Christians. Um, there are Shiite. There are different flavors of Christian. It's a rich tapestry or mosaic, as they often say in Arabic, and and it can be destroyed. More deeply and more prominently than it has already been destroyed. So You know, we need to have compassion and common sense with regards to Syria, and it said all we could think of to do it. Just bomb freelance

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"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

"Nancy. Something that page tells me Every every every time someone decimating cooling movie should look at me like cool trick and like yeah like if someone just some justin crazy such as cool trick so cool trick award for this movie i have i have. I have three that i've written down but if you it should come to consensus on this. If if you guys have any others that you wanna nominate. We can three that. I've will drink award. Are kevin playing with russell. Like just like tossing catching them tickling him like going upside down party trek. That's is a really cool trick. Russell getting balloons in a leaf blower and blowing himself up to a blimp will trick trink dogs flying airplanes. Those three will. If i mean i was thinking about like i was thinking about like you know karl scaling. A blend been some of these things. those rights to easy temple and pudding balloon idea with your house. That's like voting your just the floating your house arguments finer or navigate pan out of a cumulus cloud. That's pretty good stuff now. That's a trick right. There wait them all but he does use. Gps so is it really a trick if he's using gps. I would say no. That's why i say he's got an a on test cool trick the calculator for every single math test exactly. Oh i do have a nomination. I would like to nominate the dogs pudding cones of shame on themselves. That's pretty it is really a party trick. Hundred on this dog comes. Is it as impressive as dogs. Flying planes What are what are we saying is the i want a coup a strict to come from the heroes and villains but i have to say dogs flying. Airplanes is probably hamrin. I think i might have to agree. The dogs the best part about that. Is that the squeaky toy shoot. The that is the greatest invention of all time. I mean yes. Throw away your lightning rods. He's being able to talk with like fancy colors. That's a pretty also culture at is of very cool trick and that it speaks every single language including how are half southern gets superior saying look honestly in the end. I think. I think it'd be okay going with floating your house away with balloons as just like the coolest trip is parental care with emily..

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"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

"Unclear brought up a good point too about 'cause we just about time awhile back about like about like how the place in our lives sort of recall these memories and you definitely see that like Late late in length the montage after she dies where he's cleaning the window needs to clean it with her on the other side. It's sort of like places that she left behind. I don't know if you have any more thoughts nectar. Yeah no absolutely. I think. I think this is another really good example of where like i've said like spaces like hold us in a way that like our memories might not be able to any more in that like these places for the most part are staying where like everything else kinda fades away and like so we get it with the house in that like all these memories of earlier invested in it and then we also get it in the ice cream shop for russell. Where like he has this such memorable moment where he has this terrible relationship with his dad or implied. It's not good. I think we can say it's not a good relationship. But he has these memories where they sit on the curb in. They're just eating ice cream counting cars in. I love how he said. I'm going to budge. Right but i love how says like i know. It sounds boring but like the boring. Things are what i remember the most and so like i think it all ties into not really well. We're like that like holds so much love in it without like you having to do anything it just like you occupy occupy that space with someone you love and you create a memory and then it's just there and it's static in like it's immovable and i think that's really really impressed And it's cool to see it in an animated film because like that is another like really big concept that we're getting from a movie for children essentially so it's like it's really cool. Just how much like emotion is put into up as a whole like. It's a very emotional movie yet fully. I think what's interesting is how many of the filmmakers From these animated movies like andrew. Stanton this dr Brad bird lake. So many the filmmakers like they were there as animators on towards choice story worked on so many projects since then And so i think like as they grow older and they struggle with these more essential thoughts. I think i think they've also gotten better at sort of expressing them in digestible ways. Like we're talking about but like they've sort of matured filmmakers and like i think i think seoul recently is like the most mature thing that they've done and but i don't i don't think i don't think seoul would have been possible without inside out in cocoa. I don think inside our in cocoa would have been possible without up which wouldn't have been possible without like with wally and finding nemo. It's interesting that you say that. Because soul inside out up and monsters. Inc are all directed by pete doctors. So it's really cool seeing how he is building on these things because i think monsters inc is great. Like spot for it in that. Like we get like a pretty like fantasy based world monsters..

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"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

"Living room on we. Well let's such great design strategy Every kid cry answers really really good at that you were doing. We're doing ratatouille. Next on the podcast. So you bill. Roggio said for that one mile so this was your pick Clear and page both really wanted to be on a podcast with you. Obviously but But this is your pick. Why why do you love this movie so much. And why is it still like one of your favorites. Okay well i feel like i have a personal connection to it. I just i mean i've i a big pixar fan. I feel like. I watched every single one of their movies. Maybe three times for eight And this was the one that really stuck with me. I find it so captivating and breathtaking and it just made me cry every time like no movie has ever made me cry. Every single time. I really watched the movie besides writer to we end up and how no there was just something so special about it to me and i love the The the father son bond. That was like that like gross throughout the story. And i feel like it's it's never been a replicated ever and yeah i really. It's my favorite movie of all time and not just on like a favorites list. It is objectively the greatest movie of all time. Nothing can ask funny. How martin scorsese's it's been quiet ever since this came out. I mean nothing's happened pages. The greatest movie of all time. It's up there. that's for sure up. Their pager was my favorite movie for like. Maybe six years how time i will be. I watched it at the sixth grade. Like class had a party at the end of the school year celebration of the end of the year and they would like take. The sixth graders to movie. In a seventh graders would go to rain waters cetera. And it's like each grade. Had different thing in our movie was up and out that year and it was and that's the me too but I remember sitting in the theater. And i watched the opening sequence and it was the first time i was like. Oh my god minute. Cry watching a movie and i was like i can't cry because i am amongst a bunch of other. Sixth graders..

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Intelligence report finds Saudi crown prince approved Jamal Khashoggi killing

Mark Levin

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Intelligence report finds Saudi crown prince approved Jamal Khashoggi killing

"Arabia's Crown prince approved of the killing. Of a Saudi journalist before Paige partially redacted report from the director of national intelligence successes. Saudi Arabia is Crown Prince Mohammed bin Solman approved an operation in Turkey to capture or kill Sally Journalists, Jamal Cause Shoki Shoki was a Saudi citizen, a frequent critic of the Saudi government, writing for the Washington Post. When he was killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018, the crown prince, the intelligence reports is viewed Kashiwagi is a threat to the king. Them and broadly supported using violent measures the silence him the report could further complicate the U. S Saudi relationship. This week. President Biden spoke with Saudi Arabia is King Solomon on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox

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Paige Bueckers Dominates at UConn

ESPN Daily

02:57 min | 1 year ago

Paige Bueckers Dominates at UConn

"China's great to have you back on the show. It is always wonderful to be with you. Pablo thanks for having me. China robinson hosts the around the rim podcast and serves as a basketball analyst and calls games for espn. So you are an busy person. The china you just came off calling a game like minutes ago. Described to me what your life is like in this new kind of era of broadcasting. How's it going pablo. I can pretty much that up about three words in the house. That is where. I spend a majority of my time these days. I'm in the house calling games watching film and that's pretty much my wife right now. I come to you the china from a bunk bed inside an airbnb. So i feel all of your pain and i wanna get into women's basketball with the of course and we'll get to the professionals and a little bit but i want to start by asking you about the really the single biggest name that's been dominating the college game pretty much all year as a freshman and that is page bekker's with percents. How would you begin to describe page. Bekker's for someone who's unfamiliar with what she's been up to it yukon Well pablo the word coming out of stores was that page. Bekker's was going to be the next coming of breanna stewart or diana taurasi right. So that's high praise no pressure. Yeah none at all. She was a number one. Overall recruit in the twenty twenty class and her rival in college. Basketball was highly anticipated list. Three beckham's with the rebound put first seconds of her client career where we were literally salivating and watching her highlights from high school wondering if she would be the player to finally get connecticut back to winning championships since keep in mind. They lost in the final. Four in the last three tournaments. Pretty much ever. Since breanna stewart left well pays bekker's is not only a great player. She has six hundred forty nine thousand instagram followers. More uconn legend sue bird by the way when she became the first player in uconn history with three straight thirty point gains. We knew something special was happening and she really hasn't disappointed. I mean her perfect field. Go performance the last five minutes versus number one south carolina that was quite the epic performance bekker's from around the screen and set the stage for what we've been seeing from page so game and her style of play. How would you characterize it. What's made her so dominant as just a freshman making a debut. This impressive at five eleven paid really makes the game easier for everyone else on the court well except her opponents of course.

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Illinois Health Department Reports 2,060 New Covid-19 Cases

NewsNation

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Illinois Health Department Reports 2,060 New Covid-19 Cases

"The Illinois Department of Public Health Sunday reporting 2000 and 60 new confirmed cases Copa 19 along the 48 additional deaths from the virus. W GM SCAPE Salgado Taking a look at the local positivity rates, which continued to decline, the city of Chicago has the lowest localized positivity rate, which is now a 4.8%. Suburban Cook County is at 4.9% to Paige and Kane County's Aaron 5.1%. While willing, kinky key counties air coming in a 5.6% Lake McHenry County is currently have the highest local rates at 5.9%. As for the statewide positivity rate that's holding steady at 3.4%. It's Oh God. Oh

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"paige" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"paige" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Don't know that they would have gone over. Well, you know, I don't know if one of my buddies started dating a girl who I had a very dysfunctional relationship with Should happen before and I'm like, Dude, Look, this is my experience. But here's some common themes like here's some things I've noticed in this relationship that I think you know, I don't know if it's a great idea. In my close friends don't do it. My acquaintances go do it. And what's funny is typically the exact thing that I told him was going to happen happen, and then they come back. And they're like. Oh, sorry, dude like well Saved you here. You know, I tried to help you. Yeah, that happened with me to my ex best friend started sleeping and dating and the guy I was dating. So, Paige, if you're listening, I still hate you. That's good. We just page to page. So where you write, though, with this did he do to her What he did to you? They're still date. Even always. We'll see. Now. Hold on. No. In that case, I'll hate you, Paige. And I hope you guys break up miserable. Cool Page. No, that isn't cool. But in that case you make about the problem with it. You kind of have, like a relationship, and he was like the timing with me on it. Also sleeping with my best friend at the same time. Oh, well, his name's found him. Ash. Yeah. Time gives the last name. I don't care if you're a horrible person, and I hope that you go in the hole and you stay there. It sounds like you kind of always wanted to be with her. Probably. No. I mean, I'm just saying, like hot like, Yeah, I can see it, but I think that those were okay. So in that example you got concurrent relationship going on right? Like he was cheating on you. That's terrible. And he was with There now. He stayed with her. I'm talking about when I date somebody Independence of that. No cheating. Somebody I know comes along and goes. Hey,.

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DOJ reviewing case of Ohio Black man who was fatally shot by deputy

Marketplace

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

DOJ reviewing case of Ohio Black man who was fatally shot by deputy

"In Columbus, Ohio, Federal authorities were being brought in to investigate the death of a 23 year old black man shot by a sheriff's deputy on Friday from member station. W O s you page Flavor Reports on autopsy Report finds Casey Goodson Jr was shot multiple times in the torso Friday as Goodson was entering his home. Sheriff's Department and Goodson's family have differing accounts of the shooting. The FBI, the civil rights division of the Department of Justice, and Columbus, Police are all investigating the case. The DOJ is involvement comes the day after the States Bureau of Criminal Investigation declined to take over the investigation. And Columbus Police waited too long to involve them. Goodson's preliminary autopsy was ruled. A homicide, however, did not reveal if Goodson was shot in the back as his family claims. For NPR News. I'm Paige flicker in

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How to Maximise Your PR Strategy with Alexander Corne

Talking Automotive

06:12 min | 1 year ago

How to Maximise Your PR Strategy with Alexander Corne

"Welcome alexander to have your own questions might sense questions. Good getting fact. The only one that i've really log on institute to is where this fake news fitting role this. I'm not. I'm not really sure there's much Around the continent in you've got some examples of news than we can also to random spicer. The question is its carriage. These one bit but From your perspective the storytelling and the eyes of storytelling. 'cause way we came to take today is iliana now portfolio of podcasts. That we've done. We had a marketing expert in. Who said they is paid owned. And and when you look at paying for marketing. It's quite standard. You gotta and your pilot of money by digital media. They by outdoor. I buy electric media. Tell you right now. And large to as the channels for paid mcenany but highlighted a lot of people and businesses overlook the us auto which is owned marketing. Which when we're at renna. I looked at what you did. With piazza hanging and off felt. I think at the dotted and spoke to that that the brand over indexed the industry fool share voice and that paige went a long way with what you did with engaging in not just the journalist but storytelling in general was so good that it really accelerated the brains. Roy is on the back of all the other things that we're doing through the channels. What we did inflate channel. What would you deal is engaging the network and retail campaigns and the like but the one area that had the best return on investment at. I'm obliged your proverbial is what you did in the really powerful storytelling strategy. And of saying you do it with other businesses as well and that's why when they should have told you about that in this podcast. I thought it was fantastic. When you when you actually accepted the material while way ninety he and because we'll be watching and falling on nineteen and with the things that you're doing as well in the storytelling it really fitted into what marketing that we had an episode to. I think it was joan websites. Right told us about this whole idea of earned and it's not just for games it's dealers or anyone associated with the industry whether a third party supply their sealy's a need to look at your overall business plan annual marketing strategy and look at. What is that story and manage it because the same thing happens when you know we've all been brand's weight we've had bad things happen. Some negative press handle that negative press. And that's why we really appreciative of your company today so we can talk about these sorts of somebody on to be hit on so grateful field. What you said at the very beginning about marching. I think ours moved into that same type of space as well sydney Tonight you can have paid up of c. n. you can have your own Pay because the channels have been created over the last few years. And i really think that too. Many of the brands doing particularly good job with the the painful stuff is kind of style. Abrogation of the pails responsibility. Why giving it to the media themselves about painful. Our term a Mystic purist castro comment. There are many more channels night full exposure but a good pappas would leverage all of the assets disposal to to try and get the best results. The landscape is changed often. The mentally and like you'll previous interviewees said you know the. The business of selling cars in title has changed loss in twenty years. So there's a lot change and a something in isn't style Elements your exhausted from us. Thanks very much for joining us. Great to have you on. The shot. Could be riddick sought to listen to we cross. 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"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

"I thought it was interesting how I spent the first third of the movie really defining the power dynamics and it kind of setting it up. They spend a lot of time on the setup of how things how things are. Who does what and for what reasons and I I think that's crucial. It's kind of I feel like the first third of the movie is kind of hard to watch. It's kind of hard to get through for me. Anyway, like it's it feels kind of longer and And and you know, there's not a ton going on besides this besides this, you know fight against who does what and and who has control over who but I think it's crucial for the rest of the film and and how it turns. Throughout the second half and I mean it gets to the point where the guy who had power at the beginning is, you know, barking like a dog. Yeah. Yeah. It's true that the first the first it takes a long time for them to really establish those Dynamics before you get into sort of what's actually happening with with the two of them. It's it's it's super interesting halfway wrap this up in any any title thoughts on the movie I am the only other thing is that. I feel like given the times it kind of reminds me a little bit of like in quarantine and feeling cooped up, you know necessarily to that degree. But like I I know I know people who have like gone crazy with the people they live with and I was thinking the same thing. It's like classic like going crazy with the people you live with Movie package. Yeah, it feels really Real. Quarantine appropriate appropriate pays any any quote you want to send us off? Butler colors do birds I can't say it right God look cool to see bird. Thank you for coming back on page. This is been awesome what what bulb but but but but but but but but but but but.

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"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

"Like the black and the white and his face but there's no no depth or gray left just consumed. Yeah. Yeah, totally totally. Yeah, so have phone patents in like did not speak much during the shooting this movie. Apparently the shooting this movie was not fun. And I don't know if you can see why like the shot of him talking into the ocean and he actually walked into the ocean in wage like, you know in in like freezing coava Scotia when it was freezing the camera lens. These old lenses kept fogging up. They had to like tell them But like twenty times and he was just like freezing, you know, I mean this this set was just not not not at all fun to be on but apparently they they thought they started to like each other after they're out of character on The Press tour. They actually became ads later but during the shoot they like really really hated each other which I think is so funny. Yeah. This is not a shoe tied at all want to be part of I mean, I find the movie really fun ugly, but I I think if they invited you you go Oh, I don't know. I think I show up. I think you go. I think there are like if they were like, hey Ethan you want to come help us film this this crazy-ass. Are you movie in the middle of nowhere with Willem Dafoe Robert Pattinson. I think he'd be like hell yeah. Yo, yeah, but I wouldn't want to just sit around on that page and then like hey, so what are you doing here? I'm like, I'm just watching the like great then they just ignore me. I don't yeah, maybe I'd want to be there. I don't know. I think you want to be there so long so I think I told you this but a Wiki has to do with a candle wick like as in the wick being like the lighthouse so long, so they frequently refer to themselves as Wiki's. Going to phone calls himself a Wiki and then refers to Pattinson as a Wiki and and that's to do with a candle wick which I thought was kind of interesting and I didn't really pick up on that. I don't think the first time I saw yeah. Yeah, and then the other thing I found in IMDb that I thought was interesting the story is Loosely based on a real-life tragedy from 1801 called the smalls Lighthouse tragedy in which to Welsh Lighthouse Keepers. Both named Thomas became trapped on their Lighthouse station during a storm when one man died. It is said to have driven. The other mad other influences were seafaring literary classics by author Herman Melville, Robert Louis Stevenson and Supernatural eat ins tinged Cosmic horror Tales of HP Lovecraft. But I mean, I thought it was interesting that that it was it was based on an actual story of two Welsh Lighthouse Keepers named Thomas..

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"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

"Yeah naked eaten by goals and there and there was already a Fade to White prior to that shot off. The last shot might have been a dying fantasy of other goals. Got me. Oh, I see that's kind of more my interpret. I think the last shot is more metaphorical than literal. Yeah as opposed to like how long how would they get outside and get naked? Yeah and be lying there for the goals eat them. I don't think that that's that real. Yeah. I was I was wondering about yeah, I was I was wondering about that. I couldn't figure it out. Tell you how to achieve the look they use these lenses from like the nineteen. These lenses were used between them. I saw a 1918 and 1938. There were very specific lenses and like you do get this set like it does it does feel lived in in a way that I did not that many new movies that that filled this sort of lived in an old and I mean The Telecast attic of this movie is super unique and and and really sort of like, yeah put you in the time frame of it very very effectively. I mean, I don't know if you have thoughts of just like the look of this movie. Yeah, definitely..

"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

"Yeah, it was funny cuz I was all it's like expecting to have to like strain to figure out what you're saying this time when I was like, oh it was just the speaker quality know but like I said, you know people that have told me that I mean, That that the stuff that they say is is it's weird all like like nineteenth-century English stuff. So it's it's I know a lot of people that need subtitles off poor this movie. Um, yeah. No, I feel like I feel like I knew what they were saying, but it takes a second to get into especially Willem dafoe's style of speaking is very very very stilted and odd but I mean man is just like spectacular like I'm so glad you know, I'm so glad you got to experience this, you know, God experiences in the larger TV with sound cranked up and everything cuz I mean despite paying like black and white and a really skinny aspect ratio. It's easy. It's really. Visually and auditorily immersive, you know what I mean?.

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"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"paige" Discussed on Cineflek

"Taking pause 60% of the time before works every time frankly my dear. I don't give a damn drink looks like we've not here. Here's what I'm ready for my close-up. Hello everybody and welcome to another episode of set a flag. I'm your host Ethan Colburn. Thank you guys for tuning back in this is Faith the last of our Halloween series and what a fun movie to end it on with my favorite person on the planet page. It was an amazing time. We had rationing this and just an amazing amazing movie. We drank dark and stormies, which is a recipe. I have up on my Instagram and Twitter right now. You guys should check that out. Instagrams at Santa flag pod Twitter is at Cinna flick. I was actually just thinking while I was listening to the intro again that I'm I want to run a giveaway to see who can add a quote of their choice to my intro song. So I'm thinking I'll do the same rules as last time. So share a link either on on Instagram stories or Twitter blinking the episode or or you can retweet my service announcement tweet. And then if you could write a review on iTunes as well, I will I will pick the winner and the winner gets to choose any quote that they would like to add to the intro song. So if that's something that interests you please share and then also if you want to share anyways, I I appreciate it. I I can always like a dog is used More attention on the show. Yeah. I had a great time with this one. We've got next week. We're going out of our horror series for all of your scaredy cat. We've got True Romance coming which I had a really good time talking to an old friend of mine Juliana on the episode. So that'll be coming out next Monday. So you'll get ready for that. But without further Ado enjoy the lighthouse.

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The Situation with Michael Brown

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Trump campaign website hacked

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"paige" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"paige" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Paige, don't take us in and make it that way. Two letter against us to make hate Don't You were made to minutes to make. Show. Well, you know, that is a go. You don't remember. Don't you know that is me is show. Hey, two. Don't make it on the way. To make it. To do that..

"paige" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"paige" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Twitter instagram email. It's alright there plus the live video feed. It's the job, Paige so glad to have you here on your Monday Monday. Going getting another big interview this our command on the program. Watch to talk about lots to get to. We're gonna break down the whole tracking. Contact. Tracking, tracing break back down over. Europe on quite a few places on we'll talk about the effectiveness or lack thereof. Good information, plus one out of every 142 passwords used. Is this password? If you're a bad guy, you can go in there. Use this password in every 140 seconds. County Road ahead, You'll get in a very high number 11 1,000,042. We'll have that for you, which is interesting. All of us doing technology. Now, how is life change and we'll be permanent. We talked about that as well and make sure you stick around Kim Commando. That's about all of this.

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"paige" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"paige" Discussed on KGO 810

"Knows our local photographs she has satchel Paige's autograph share it least Ayrton there more autographs on that photograph it she had never seen before and that is that she told the story about the fact that when a satchel Paige in the Kansas city monarchs stream to Saint Louis it was back when they had to the are you Jim crow laws where the segregated the black bears from the wine crazy days were thank geo it was terrible absolutely I'm so glad that our lives through on but I'm glad I did now don't have to live with them as much but anyway sure no of Jericho Hey you made it hello this is your he wouldn't play baseball that day unless they made those the stands segregated and I would you know they let all those black bears into their with the with the white folks they never had one bit of trouble there will never worn fight no no sin and the deck next day it went right back to be a segregated it was sportsman's are you member that we sure do yep that's where we can knock that down in in St Louis that's right it was in nineteen sixty six brigadier blow from beach road around sixty four no no I left Detroit back insists seventy eight I went to Minneapolis I moved to Saint Louis and seventy nine oh okay okay well today was act you are you the arch was are the arch was up everything was done yeah but that was the first story and it looks so there's little lady you could you know she could use the line he said our our praises old photograph when it was beat up it working right and he said I would are you this is a viable pictures she's really he says it will probably sell it all to between eighteen and twenty two thousand dollars now we give you all now would you sell it for that kind of money right George of course if I needed the money war our private luster over either did you see the story last week of a guy who had an old Rolex watch that he paid like three hundred and seventy five dollars for anyone he went and got it appraised for like seven hundred thousand dollars he got so nervous he collapsed he's not dead or anything he just went right over here I thank the larger more remember correctly did seem to have a bear and all that I'm not sure I'm not sure about that but it was one of those wind ups then have batteries in those days for watches there are little spring us I just started sorry I gotta say real quick yeah I have all goes to ordinary this year your rear axle mold girl out of five in the afternoon till eight at night and I'm old rock rose don't forget you one of our promotion guys out that way so let everybody know about it as a matter of fact we're talking about check your wore these chartered buses up there are rocks zero George Pete my name on it you're welcome as for George nor in nothing around I remember when I was thanks very I went to Roswell and they picked the Tom and I up in a limousine and they had my name on a card in the window you know was a handful it was a hand written thing then so we're driving through Roswell with with my name stuck on the slim on I kept telling Tom takes that thing down would you in the that was quite a time anyways we're going to continue with all the lines here for you on coast to coast AM also I wanna invite all of you to subscribe to our free YouTube channel how do you do that you go to you tube in the search bar type in coast to coast AM official and then take advantage of it and then you just you're part of the program it's it's free to do that or there's a link that coast to coast AM dot com at the top of the homepage were the you too bye con.

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"paige" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"paige" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Story about the fact that when a satchel Paige in the Kansas city monarchs during the Saint Louis it was back when they had to the are you Jim crow laws where they segregated the black bears from the wine crazy days weren't thank geo it was terrible absolutely I'm so glad that our lives through on but I'm glad I did now don't have to live with them as much but anyway sure not a central Hey you made it hello this is he would play baseball that day unless they made those the stands segregated and I would you know they let all those black bears into their with the with the white folks they never had one bit of trouble there will never worn fight no nothing and the deck next day it went right back to be a segregated and it was sportsman's are you member that we sure do yep that's where we can knock that down in in St Louis that's right it was in nineteen sixty six brigadier global destroyed around sixty or no no I left Detroit back insists seventy eight I went to Minneapolis I moved to Saint Louis and seventy nine oh okay okay whether they would ask you are you the arch was are the arch was up everything was done yeah but that was a five story and and was so there's little lady you could tell she could use the learning he said our our appraisers old photograph when it was beat up it working right and he said I would are you this is a very will picture Jesus really he said it would probably sell it all true between eighteen and twenty two thousand dollars now we give you all now would you sell it for that kind of money right he has short of course if I needed the money world our private most open either did you see the story last week of a guy who had an old Rolex watch that he paid like three hundred and seventy five dollars for anyone he went and got it appraised for like seven hundred thousand dollars he got so nervous he collapsed he's not dead or anything he just went right over here in the era thank the larger for remember correctly did seem to have a bear and all that I'm not sure I'm not sure about that but it was one of those wind ups then have batteries in those days for watches there are little spring us I just thought retarded gotta say real quick yeah I had goes to ordinary this year you'll be your actual mold girl out of five in the afternoon till eight at night and I'm old rock road you don't forget you're one of our promotion guys out that way so let everybody know about it as a matter of fact we're talking about taking a a war these chartered buses up there rock hero George Pete my name on it you're welcome big Irish war Jordan orient I got there and I remember when I was thanks very I went to Roswell and the they pick the Tom and I up in a limousine and they had my name on a card in the window in it was a handful it was a hand written thing and so were driving through Roswell with with my name stuck on this limb on I kept telling Tom take that thing down would you in the that was quite a time anyways we're going to continue with all the lines here for ya coast to coast AM also on one invite all of you to subscribe to our free YouTube channel how do you do that you go to you tube in the search bar type in coast to coast AM official and then take advantage of it and then you just the you're part of the program it's it's free to do that or there's a link at coast to coast AM dot com at the top of the homepage were the you too bye con is just take advantage of that but you like it we've got the ball over three hundred and thirty thousand members now.

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"paige" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

09:24 min | 3 years ago

"paige" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"It is three AM. Tony Paige back with you. Let's go out to Dave in queens day. What's going on? How you doing? All right, man. What's up? How big it was wonderful. Thank you. Things. Japanese. Once a little bit. I today. Today early for the game could interviewing him, and he sends that he's gonna get chain. But. The team better. And they get smacked around today. Where he was rookie. Again. He said he he said they got a pretty good team. The phones got a pretty good Tuncay. But but his team is better. Oh, I beat up. Yeah. Okay. Philadelphia heard about them coming. I don't think the way matches pitting. I don't think they need to do it just it's just this match had nothing. Yeah. Sure. Just one the started out that you would say, thank you very much twenty sure probably meant the NewsRadio eighty eight. But it's. Say they still got a rubber game. It's not like they've both games were blown out as they can. I guess. If you're going to get out of your system, you know, lose fourteen three instead of two to one, and you know, when you had opportunity couldn't get it done. But this is. Feeling with horrible and match was horrible. You've got to what it was the new term gotta flush it move on. Mets it Ben in queens, Ben was having more, and Tony I mean, I didn't know about it. And then I heard you talking to what the caller last segment about look up the Miller see that GW one. And all I did was our faith palm. I was like finally a big fight. Oh and garden. I mean, they were going back to back, but then do that fight and triple g was fighting some sacrificial lamb the week after. But I mean this Anthony Joshua the big heavyweight he's coming to town. And that's why him and while this should have got it on ready. They just wasting time giving his speech crappy fights and Miller, you get a chance grace, you get a pay day. You get a couple more to make some money. That's not a bad deal and you flush down the toilet. Just just now you got scrambling. You gotta find a suitable soup kin. I mean. You know? Anyway. And as far as Crawford in Congo. I get I wanted to be a good fight. But if Khan isn't the con- from like six years ago God's gonna get knocked out. You know, he's quick is. He's got a glass. Jordan Crawford punch Crawford his down. He's he's being demure and innocent and get a like like puck and real low and. No, no, no, no. He's got a mean streak. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's gonna come up right away. Tony, you know, what? Let no sock fans say that Chris sale doesn't care about it. Chris sale looked like he wanted to kill somebody. And they end the interview after the game man, you could see the smoke coming out of his ears. Be is frustrated. He is mad absolutely met. You know, what gets a score Clark kid till you kit Yanks here with oh scorecard. But you know, what that foot three oh last four seasons. I that was the type of team that was beaten the Yankees that the Red Sox had well like who's this red sock? How's he getting these kids? Like, I'm seeing the Yanks hit the ball the other way going with the pitch go like making contact. And I'm just like guys we can do this every game. Right. We we could do this. Every gay got some home runs some God, which was fine. But you know, I, you know, you you live at home when you die by money. Not hitting home runs winning the game. You better have a plan. B? That's like you said the little the little things the little things the toolbox. Everybody wants to get rid of the bunting hidden in the opposite, way and and safety squeezes. You know, people expect it the other thing if you, but I'm wondering how many how many of the opposition teams actually practiced defensing the bunt? Yes. Feeling. Okay. I'm gonna go charge. The but you supposed to cover here. Though, you gotta practice that I, but if you're not actually putting and stuff like that who's actually practicing how the protect that, you know, quickly on the ice on the court on the court. Okay. See what up? That's why I wonder about Houston also at Harding. I mean, they got a good team. But you ally so much on one guy do so much. It's. I don't know. I thought Portland's a better team. Just and you know, I can't wait for a quote from cancer. He's got something to say this was the the series a lot of my friends pointed. Yeah, that's what else that's going to happen right there. Yeah. Yeah. Portland is gonna get knocked up by. Okay. See, and I'm like, you know, Portland's had a long time to get a Justice to this being injured. You know, surprising. Yeah. You know? And you could see today have adjusted where they can they could like pass around. And that's not a problem. Okay. See if George in west booking scoring where's your offense coming from? What was what was west five twenty or something like that? And and Popovich better watch out with the Popovich may be the coaching equivalent to two cousins on and the rent could. That official as soon as pop cross the mid line. I was like pop ups. I get thrown out again. This is going to happen again. He didn't get thrown out. But yeah, what the tea and frustration boiled over and and Spurs never recovered now. Speaking of never recovered that you plano game. Tampa Bay Lightning. Congrats Todarello in Columbus that that. That would that that was amazing to show how David could frustrate ally of so much delight just didn't ever play their game. And you know, what congrats to the oh. Nobody nobody outside of like a delusional hardcore on the fan had this as a sweep, and then and and the island is pulled it off Tony, thanks time. In and tell you morning. Yes, that that was a good. It was played of superb series. And. Play capital. Wanna see wanna see? The other coaches gets old coach they'll team we like to see stuff like that. Don't we gotta Hector high-tech that what's going on any Tony good morning. I've been you know, bad. Can you say forget too much? I call this station. Shows speech, you I'm gonna ask you. I don't think I've come across as. Maybe get you. The impersonated board. I would call yesterday. But would it was the Nick? How? You're listening. I don't I think it's a bad idea that you you guys it just I don't think it was said Durant Durant. Yeah. And you know, you agree with me. So I guess I guess though, I don't I don't wanna look like the, you know, I can't believe you wanna come here. Yeah. But anyways. And before I get on the Mets to my fellow Yankee fan. On the radio. Guys, you probably be maybe team. Like, let's relax. Yeah. Day. Whatever today..

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