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Fresh update on "potter" discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Any agreement whether it's winning trophies and finishing told for over it's kind of making sure that you're not getting relegated or you're not close to relegation every single season that you're providing some memorable moments in terms of you know Great goals grace buildup labor barbara bludger season and seabreeze. Unfortunately just isn't at the quality needed anymore. And i think he might be the loss of a dime breed of that kind of league of manager. Maybe similar to that can policy. Like attorney pubis guys. You can't really manage the top level because the needs and the kind of wants desires fans have an clubs expensive earners. They have now. They basically expecting him to compete in champions league and also compete for champions exports and maybe when league trophies and maybe even venture challenge for league. You can't have imagined steve. Bruce is just not good enough. Level obviously is good enough for the level below even below that. Now you look at managers like grandpa potter of britain and the things that he's doing clubs now at that level have an appetite to play good football even if it is kind of lesser resources and whatever else may be of high a team so we shouldn't be too sad also he got paid apprehensively so this headline us as deep respect by new cars reveals. It was hard being in cabinet heads. Like that's the nature of the beast. I think the fact that a man. Steve bruce ages kind of getting upset about people saying social media is a little bit ridiculous to be completed on. This obviously doesn't deserve. He's family to get abused. And whatever it may be but the nature of sports the nature of people being passionate about a team they support is always going to lead people to be a little bit a little bit out of line with the criticisms they levy against you and it just is what is really says. What is an article here. Steve has been sacked by new cost revealed that he is not likely to retire to the strain in place on him. During his two years tyneside precise departure which was confirmed. This morning has been widely expected ever since a saudi arabia led takeover centuries park or the. He wasn't charged last sunday. Match against tottenham. He's one thousand manager. You want war way to remember one game. It's like us when we mocked it forgot. What anniversary is of the of the flipping of the busby babes anniversary. Will that amazing kit. And in muncie spanked at home. Remember that like it's such a horrible way to kind of mock such a poignant moment in our history anyways jobs would take charge of the team of interim beta style with senator to crystal palace which is going to be a tough because price really good under video. Bruce's previous nine games Nine hundred ninety nine games cousteau's shepherd..
"potter" Discussed on Women and Crime
"I could see that as well all right. So did the criminal justice system. Get it right our last area. This is a complicated one for me. But i'll give my opinions and then you can give me yours For marvin yes. Even though he was manipulated he still killed two people in cold blood. I think or what we know in vile manner in one with a baby in her arms. And i don't think there's any getting as a father just the price he he'd be able to do that as a father. i think. that's also a good point. I'm not sure about jamie kurd. Because i suspect that he did more than he said. I know that he got twenty five years. And that's you know. We usually look at second-degree murder is twenty five years. And i'll tell you if his involvement was exactly limited to driving and being a lookout even though i still think these are vile exiting twenty-five years would be appropriate if he did more and i suspect he did more i think he got away because he's going to have the chance i wouldn't want to the other people throw him under the bus though to try to cut deals or something well but he didn't throw anyone under the bus but i don't think buddy ever talked again. He confessed that initial time. Maybe because he felt guilt maybe because not maybe he was taking the rap for everyone. I think being like the almost like a patriarch so or maybe it's exactly that jamie wasn't any more involved than he said. I'm not really sure i don't think we can be positive I'm a bit conflicted about barbara as well. Because i think she was definitely involved but i think she was so highly manipulated and her involvement. Was you know kind it more peripheral or to a lesser. She got in. She got life in prison. Also yeah i'm not. I'm just not sure. I'm not sure either about that. I could be convinced Either way chanel life in prison. Absolutely i yes. He's the mastermind here. I think she planned this entire thing. And i think it was an act of revenge and i think just you know i think is a highly dangerous person who would continue to pose a danger really to anyone. She came anyone. She became attached. You and who possibly reject that on just attachment issues. She absolutely does okay. So i think life in prison is appropriate. And although it won't bring back you know the this little boy's parents at least it will incapacitate chanel and keep her where she couldn't harm. Someone else I agree with you especially the point about barbara You know without looking deep into the case it's possible there's more evidence of her involvement but from what i've heard. I don't think there's enough evidence to show that. She had such a strong part in this right to support a life sentence. Yeah that's a tough one on. it also brought up. Today's episode also brought up in a few other cases that were now interested in. So we're going to have to add no problem all right well before we go today. We have some questions that came from our patrons making. We have three questions today. Wow yes all right. So the first one that comes from our day and she wants to know. Is there anything you often see. In crime drama shows slash movies that stands out as particularly unrealistic. Everything love this. Sorry no it's a great question So many things that are unrealistic for me..
Fresh update on "potter" discussed on Pod Save the World
"Job for twenty three years. This is according to a new zealand based news outlet called stuff like stuff dot co. The this guy's name is jack back in bury his contract called for him to quote provide acts of wizardry and other wizard like services as part of promotional work for the city of christchurch Wizard jackie and make it a cool sixteen grand a year Which is i. My sources told me. That's a pretty good rate and the wizard in community Fired or not. Jack says he's going to keep showing up at the christ church art center talking with tourists. He sort of a tourist attraction he said quote. They will have to kill me to stop me. I don't like being canceled. Why did they can't chicken the wizard i think. It just didn't seem like the path they wanted to go tourism wise so he's sort of a interesting duck According to this another article stuff from two thousand thirteen this guy. I showed up in christ church and he thinks of himself as living performance art. And so this in the mid seventies he first got attention but he got a wizard school. They're like harry potter or unclear unclear. What his pedigree as he he in the mid seventy he publicly casts a spell to quote vine the bowels of an efficient assistant clerk and the guy had to do a news conference to clarify things. Just kind of move in okay. That he wasn't wasn't bottled up. We could kind of merge these stories because casting a spell on ted cruz. That who lead him to not be able to have a bowel movement could be an interesting He's already given off real constipated. Apparently another city council member had to publicly testified that his head had shrunk after the wizard outs misspelled a shrink. It used to do big public debates with someone just referred to as the bible lady He refused to get a Driver's license passport or social security number and the wizard wrote a manifesto called Mine cop all right now. The the wizards game will problematic. I went to the wizards website. This is it here. it's like a wizard. It's just a fucking weirdo. He's got a bunch of podcast. People can't see but they website has like that. Kind of scroll color to it like a yellowish tint with like the wizard ish handwriting and very good beard. Yeah and you required for wizards so if you wanna listen to his podcast you have to. You have to click on some like weird dropbox. And i just wasn't like don't give the wizard entry point you've got. Some pegasus suddenly won't be have a bowel movement. Wizard if you're listening would be. Could you do a spell and ted cruz. I like re could solve a lot of problems with the good wizard here. I'm just saying so if he has the goods he's at work. There's plenty of spells that we could use over here. I mean i will say like the like. I want to spend more time in new zealand. I was once in. It is the kind of place where you might come upon a wizard you know like. You're you're like rolling green hills and you're like ancient landscapes and keys like a nightmare went out and found those kiwi birds and stuff like i mean they should own it. They should just kind of go with the wizard. They film all those. Like elvin movies there. The lord jackson like all peter jackson. Qe and like he. He built like the all the sets were on his land like he owns like this land. I think where they made all the lord of the rings movies. There's a lot of wizardry. I was taking place on the shores. I wondered if they were tied together. This wizard and the those movies but it sounds like he just came out of some sort of counterculture revolution the sixties in australia. So they yeah. I mean i look. There was like weird stuff. Gone in the sixties here in australia new zealand. Golly knows There is a huge tourism like lord of the rings kind of tourism boom targeted Y when i was there. I was at this dinner with peter jackson. He's talking like that you could. I think you could go and see like where the you know. Some movies were and but pilgrimages were made I mean these were like i like those moves by some once in cable and your watch twenty minutes like deeply important some people. Oh yeah So i i'd say own it to stick with the wizard thing maybe make another lord of the rings movie. Maybe need in the trilogy to bring it back you know. Yeah or just. Switch them into the harry potter mode you know making make them the new Muggle hating that guy. I would say harry potter world once with hannah. My wife And in two friends and took like hours to get there on the lines. Were just ungodly awful. There's one cool ride. We went on it. Everyone by me got super seasick from all the motion and then we had to leave and then we then. We forgot parker. It was a nightmare. Yeah i mean it's funny that you like you can like people can Be condescending about this right when you'd see the people at like the harry potter movie openings. In they're like wearing like you know hats and face paint. I read all his books. Great here's the thing about it like if you think of the more commonly accepted forms of behavior. What's we're right. We're going to like a movie dressed like a character in the movie or like what you and i did in college going to a parking lot like shotgun. Seventeen years vomiting on yourself and then watching a college football game. I mean hey man like its own again. Different people can do whatever the fuck they want totally. This guy wants to be wizard. Like why not. I thought you were gonna say what's weirder Going to carry potter world and dressing up like a wizard or like going to an obama or trump rally and get five hours early and standing in the freezing cold here political speech kinda crazy. What's crazier is like. You know because. I know you've had to do this. I did it once the political something awful. That's never felt worse about myself. Like freaking out because they saw some some pundit like some asshole like us you know like oh my god over there look it's you know howard fine men. you was integrion room in tommy. Laron walked in with a camera crew following her. And i was like i fucking hate. You can't do this Whoa i forgot to mention. Barack obama is going to Glasgow yeah for this time. Because i haven't hitching right. I will be at an international summit. What are you going to do. We're going to hang out like no pressure on us. That's g. twenty with you know. See like lamb. You know. Like i. I i mean i think you'll you know he'll give a speech and he'll meet with young activists and young people working climate and that's the main thing i think he wants to kind of be this person who can both like speak to leaders and speak to like where we are in the climate fight but also try to like you know Be able to speak younger. People encourage them to keep putting pressure on the leader But yeah it'd be very in the trump years. It wasn't really an option. Yeah obama's show up right but this one it's like it's also like it's an all hands on deck thing right every should go with like a platform on this kind of stuff Should go and i think it's you know. This is the first kind of summit like this bomb. Gandhi since us president and i think that's a sign that he feels a lot of pride and paris and this is obviously like the update to that but also like the. This is an issue. He's gonna be involved in going forward. Yes we all should be. He's got kids. We're all pretty nervous about this instrumental. Thanks joe manchin Hopefully they'll get something done. There's all these weird reports and it'll be like not what needs to get done but it'll be much better with more things and you just got to keep pushing keep fighting okay..
"potter" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Females on the text message. Okay but they didn't have any like evidence of them at the scene no they. I think gino potter is a very interesting woman who although childlike in many ways is also so much smarter than anyone has ever given her credit for and certainly more manipulative. I have series to explain it. I think the donald narcissistic she is constantly refers to herself. And what happened to her. And it's always about her. And i think that she used the techniques of neutralization to rationalize killing these people specifically we talk techniques. Oser those situational excuses that people use ahead of time to justify bad behavior and preserve the image their image of being a victim. Exa- so i think general us denial a victim because she thought they were bad and she thought she was the victim but i think she used denial of injury to. Because i think that when we talk about denial of injury. You're either denying injury because you don't think it's going to harm someone or because you think they're blameworthy or denial of responsibility since she wasn't the one who physically did it so okay. Yeah denial of victim as you said denial of responsibility denial of injury. We've got theory of our fiery on but now let's talk about our family. I think her family committed the crimes for her also because of the techniques of neutralization and specifically what technique do you think her family would use because of their allegiance to. i would say appeal to hire loyalties. Although it's strange because usually you would think parents are higher loyalties to a child but this is not a typically functioning family. No and hire lawyer liked your higher. Loyalty is can be your loyalty to your family. Could be loyalty to gang members. I think because of their loyalty to now otherwise law abiding people pretty much went ahead and committed this crime. I also think there's a lot of rational choice here on behalf rational choice. We've only talked about A few times. But it's the theory that we all make choices whether or not we want to commit crime but in doing so we actually make a series of choices. It's somewhat not always methodical but it's it's more than just yes or no for genetic she wanted these two gone For whatever reason was so. She began systematically sending messages to her family. She took all these steps as you see. She lays the groundwork she helped plan and initiate a murder. I think she kept making these decisions and this required a series of steps that helped her to convince her family to kill for her. So i think she's a hell of a lot more capable than anyone ever thought and while she may been emotionally immature. I don't believe that. Negates her responsibility. And i think she's a lot lot more mature and other ways than some people might think and that's that would be pretty much my explanation. Theoretically would you agree or do you have anything else to add before we move on. You brought up titles control theory. Would you see control deficit at all to explain chanels actions because she felt that she had a lack of control in life. It's possible so people do when they feel like they don't have they don't have a balance of control like people have to feel like they have certain amount of control but people also have to be controlled by others right. We can't be allowed to just run loose so you could argue that chanel had control deficit in that. She felt that she had a game back her power and control in some way..
"potter" Discussed on Women and Crime
"This is why they say real life stranger-than-fiction in the police for a little bit perplexed by this and you know jamie went on to deny involvement for a little while. But after a couple of hours after i think it was about four or five hours. Jamie tells the police. That gino's father buddy potter killed billie jean and billy payne but the police were pretty skeptical because buddy had a lot of medical issues in fact he was on an oxygen tank and had a little trouble moving around and so they didn't think that buddy had the physical ability to pull off these crimes nonetheless in the last the police asked jamie to call buddy and they're going to record it they want to see jamie can elicit any type of information about the crime. And though buddy doesn't outright admit committing the crime he actually says something to the effect jamie says well. Did you get rid of everything from the house from the scene. And but he admits yeah. Yeah i got rid of everything from the crime scene. That's about it. He didn't say killed them but he said hey. I got rid of everything and you can hear it. And it's it's damning enough damning enough that the police turn around and they arrest buddy so bring buddy a now theory. He was helping out his daughter. So is it possible that they were in cahoots. Jamie and buddy. It's possible the police bring buddy and now he is a former marine and he claims and i claim because i don't know this is substantiated. He claims to be a former cia agent who sits down and talks to the police without a lawyer That sounds a little skeptical to me. I don't think that would actually happen. And also when. I watched an interview later on. I say claim because i watched an interview with his wife barbara and they the reporter asked her was your husband and the cia and she says something strange to like well. He says he was. Not you know saying that. He's outright. I know that's a hard thing. Get really verify someone you know. You can't call the cia and ask them. But it's it's a little bit bizarre. There's something almost missing in this story. I guess all right so buddy sits down. He denied involvement in the crime. Initially but then he starts to unravel a little bit but he starts get upset and tell the police that look. I couldn't handle what was going on with my daughter. These people were threatening my daughter. These people were threatening to rape her. They were throwing a plea hill her exactly but in a in another bizarre turn of events eventually he asks if he can call his wife barbara. Please say yes. He calls his wife barbara and on the phone. He told her i did it. I basically think the police weren't listening. No i think he knew they were listening He said that he did it and that he was. I don't know if he said sorry but he admitted on the phone to murdering both bellies. And you know this is his confession barbara. By the way later on would say that this confession was made under duress because he was held there for hours without his medications which he had several of and without his oxygen tank. So it's an interesting point in terms of confessions. And what we know about people making false confessions under duress. And i'm not saying that's what happened here..
"potter" Discussed on Women and Crime
"This podcast may contain content. That graphic and disturbing nature listener discretion is advised did a facebook war between a young woman and a young couple inspire savage act of violence. Or was this rivalry about something much more than words on a screen. This is banal potter story All.
Charlie and Jack Posobiec Discuss What It Means to Be a Good Man
"All right, this is a good question. Sherman from Grand Rapids, I commonly say, just as some background is in references in the question, be the same person in public that you are in private. Because stop pretending to be somebody that you're not. So if you are in private, a conservative, be a conservative in public. Charlie always say that you should be the same person in public that you are in private. I agree, but what does it look like to be a good person in private so that you carry over that good behavior publicly? I hear Jack talk about his years of sobriety. You talk about the need to explore big ideas and always be constantly learning. Can the two of you just expand on what it looks like to be a good person, specifically a good man in today's day and age Sherman from Grand Rapids? Kind of an open ended question, but I'd go back to I'd go back to the gospels where we're taught to be in the world but not of the world, right? So the idea that when people meet you, that you can talk, you know, I can make cultural references to Game of Thrones and Harry Potter and Star Wars and everything else. But when you meet them, when you meet someone, or I should say, when they meet you, rather, that they should come off with a sense of that person is grounded in something different. And something that's a little bit different than what's pumped onto TV every day. What is your sobriety meant for your life? Not drinking. So, yeah, for me, early on, and I wasn't someone, you know, I didn't do I never considered myself an alcoholic, but it got to a point where I said, you know what? I'm done with this. I'm totally done. Why? And why did you get to that point? You know, I've told some stories about this before, but I had a friend who, you know, I had a friend who got arrested over it and I saw the way that it basically ruined his life. And this was really on early 20s. And I saw how just so many doors were closed to him. We're completely closed by after what happened. And I said, you know, for my life, looking at it, it's not worth it. It's not worth even going down that road, and plus I get to wake up every morning, feeling amazing right now and not just because I sleep on my pillows, which I do. From a food Kirk. There's another promo code out there that people not on this show, but not on this show. But seriously, we do see one of our pillars, actually, and the toppers in the sheets. But my wife loves not knowing, I don't understand. From a coach is the only way to go. Yeah, okay. And you have your mental, the way I look at it is this. The way I look at is this. Parallel talents, right? Parable Italians is that the idea from behind that is that God gives you your talents God gives you your gifts. He doesn't give them to you, so you can bury them under the ground. Talents were a currency and hide them. But you're right. Right, it is perfectly for the English term to. You're right. And so I look at it and I say I've been given whatever gifts I've been given whatever meager gifts I've been given by God. And this is something that dilutes them. It's something that affects your brain chemistry. It's something that affects your health. This doesn't seem like I'm being a good steward of God's talents if I'm
"potter" Discussed on Grace and Peace Radio
"That i found in my own life just as with this early piece or early part of the pottery process of the the wheel process in the beginning years of the christian life. There are many hard presses from god to conform into shape us and to to really get us to a point that okay. Now i can work with you and that's really what the potter is doing with that clay. When he's here she centering it. Then after that after all those really forceful maneuvers then. The potter lightens up lessons and the moves that the potter does with the are more nuanced. Less pressure you don't need as much pressure because now you're it's a little more delicate. The wall the pieces spread out. And so if you apply the same pressure you'd ruin it right. It's matching right. You don't need to do that anymore. You've already achieved purpose. In my own christian life i feel like that's how the lord has has worked in my life. Where at the beginning of years. There were just obvious clear. Sins that needed to be dealt with there. Were just issues. That god had to apply force to get those out of my life so that then he could go on to the next steps in shaping me for his purposes. That's good one of the other things. Amy mentioned water. Before and water is a key aspect to work in the potter's wheel so when we're working on the wheel angie kept telling us and if you feel the klay getting dry add more water if it's not responding if it's not stretching out or yeah get into sticky. Add more water ed. So you end up using a lot of water in the process to soften the clay to make it to keep it moldable and but too much water would ruin the consistency of the clay. You can add too much water. 'cause then you make it too watery to useless too.
"potter" Discussed on Grace and Peace Radio
"You will be encouraged and god will be glorified and with that. Let's start the show. How about if i end. But but okay i mean i have nothing pithy to say but i had don't launch into it. Hello everyone welcome back. Hello everybody we're back here at the dining table dollar equipment and our notes and this episode. I promise you. I don't make promises about our episodes very often. That is true. But i'm going to promise upfront. This is going to be a wheel interesting episode. Oh honey really willie. We all had to go there really. I was just playing. I mean playing. Oh these don't get any better folks. I got news for you. So no hang on. He's yeah he's got. I promise this does get better. it does it does. It's part of the fun. So why am i making jokes about. We'll and clay well pretty. Obviously i think we're going to be talking about pottery. Yup we're gonna be talking about pottery and potter's wheel. Yes and so amy. Why are we going to talk about. Potter's wheel tell them. We're gonna talk about the potter's wheel because it's been on ants bucket list to do a pottery class with a wheel so throwing pottery right. I think the technical term and anyone who doesn't know bucket list is a flip activities. You want to do before you kick the bucket all right. Yeah and actually. I hadn't even thought most people know that but case who doesn't it's a good point so i don't really have a whole big less amount but that was that was one thing so about. I don't now three or four weeks ago month ago. Whatever a friend of mine told me that as a birthday gift she was given a certificate to go to a pottery class introduction pottery here in greenville And i was all excited. 'cause like a. Wow there's something in greenville with a potter's wheel. And so i said okay. This is great..
"potter" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"Today's topic is harry potter. And the order of the phoenix. Let's introduce the host of sorry. Yes josh no well. We're getting what. I was getting for this episode. We've done so many harry potter movies. But there are so many that i was like. Yeah well what are we on..
Officer Faces More Serious Charge in Daunte Wright Death
"A former Minnesota police officer who fatally shot motorists Dante right in April is facing more serious charges Minnesota prosecutors are now charging former Brooklyn center police officer Kim potter with first degree manslaughter in addition to the second degree count that she was already facing for the April shooting of a black motorist Dante right during a traffic stop activists were hoping that she'd face murder charges but potter's former chief had said she had meant to use her taser instead of her hand gun Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison reviewed the case and has concluded that an upgraded charge of first degree manslaughter was warranted for the officers reckless handling of a firearm I'm Jackie Quinn
How Do We Reconcile Our Love of Works by Problematic Creators?
"Snow. We'll know that we often refer to harry potter. Buffy the vampire slayer and they are not the only texts. We mentioned that. Have problematic creators. Many of the axes. From the harry potter films have come out to reassure fans that it is irc as to love the prophecy while not supporting the message of hate. It's creative preaches but is it really so easy. How connected are creators to that creations and has it changed in recent years with the rise of the cult of celebrity. Let's start things off a discussion of just weeden severe. A long time. He was held up. As as a great feminist icon. Making all these showers female leads and and really strong women. Do you think his feminist messages have been tarnished by his recent fall from grace or are there still valuable feminist messages to be gleaned from buffy firefly dollhouse and more. You're honest. I've actually only familiar with buffet. I not really watched file a house if you knew is so. I can't really speak from the buffy. Sound point and i am still puffy fat. I think it would be really hard not to be. I was pretty shocked when the allegations came out. And also it's extremely depressing when you read off because anything that you've held close to halt and that you've big doppler on shows like this in to other people as a standard to aspire to and then you realize that this create a really things let us a bit of a you know a knife in the heart but i feel like i think we'll be talking about this later about separating the creative from the often the artist. I think there's still a lot of stuff in buffy. Maybe not so much in the later episodes electing later seasons even but in the early stuff. I feel that for its time. It still very groundbreaking. Yeah
Snake Slithers out of Spice Shelves at Sydney Supermarket
"A slithery surprise looking in the shelves of a supermarket in sydney australia. Twenty five year old. Elena alati was shopping for spices when a ten foot python emerge from behind the jars of spices flicking. It's tongue just inches from her face known to her friends. As the harry potter girl helena happens to be a trained wildlife handler with over twenty snake rescues to her credit and quickly recognized the reptile staring right at her. As a non venomous diamond python remaining calm she captured the unusual encounter on her phone before alerting store clerks and offering to help catch it after returning with our snake bag. One tap on the tail is all it took for the serpent to wriggle happily inside after safely. Depositing the creature back into the nearby bushland. Helena admitted that while she doesn't speak the harry potter language of serpents known as parcel tongue. She believes snakes gravitate towards her because they sense she cares about protecting animals.
Afghan Official Says Troops Surrender Bagram Air Base to Taliban
"And an Afghan official says forces at the Bagram air Base home to a prison housing 500 inmates have surrendered to the Taliban. The officials said. They surrender hand surrender handed the one time American base over to the insurgents. The prison housed both Taliban and Islamic state Group
How Not Eating Enough Can Make You Overeat
"Everybody over from time to time and that's totally okay. We are not striving for perfection. In this podcast. So i'm not going to say that you should never ever overeat again happens to all of us. But i think that recognizing your potter's can be very helpful for you especially if you overeat on a day-to-day basis. If you notoriously eat for the reasons that have nothing to do with hunger and you experience negative consequences because of that than it is the it is something that you should you know overcome if that it if that impacts negatively your quality of life so let's go fifteen reasons why you overeat the first one is. You don't eat enough so being eating and overeating dose or natural physiological responses to food restriction. I know not. Restrictive diets are pretty popular right now. Like we don't want to admit to it but many of us especially women try to eat less than they need because we have this thin ideal and we are trying to shrink our body as much as possible also. Overeating can happen when you are not when you are waiting too long between meals so remember that. Your brain is prime for survival. So dieting restriction is perceived by your brain and by your body as famine starvation. So what your brain will turn on. It will turn on you know urges urges to eat because your brain is afraid. That food won't be available so we have to eat as much as possible in the moment. And of course. I understand that dietary energy restriction and even supervise fasting. Protocols are okay for some people. In some instances take don't always lead to binge eating or overeating. But if you're listening to this podcast and you already struggle with over eating or binge. Eating therefore overly restrictive diet is not a good idea for you at this season of your life
What Skilled Creative Is - Brandon Kaplan CEO of Skilled Creative Discusses the Rise of Voice in Media and Commerce - Voicebot Podcast Ep 216 - burst 03
"Were a voice agency You know we call ourselves a full service voice agency because we we help our clients with education and strategy and creative and technical production and audio production creative production go to market strategy maintenance analytics partnership management so if an organization is interested in invoices a channel or a user interface than were or there. Were we kind of look at ourselves. Like a accenture or deloitte for us as touch point And started the company as as an innovation company working in a bunch of different technologies. And then we we. We pivoted to really hyper focusing on voice. You know probably three years ago And then you know. We've we've further kind of whittled down into a few different categories. We certainly work with a number of cpg clients because we we see a big growth in invoice commerce as many others do but we've also really doubled down on on and so that's why we've had the chance to work with meredith corporation the nba and potter more and warner music group and warnermedia. Hbo max and a number of different media companies. Because if you look at you know how people engage with voice a lot of it is media and entertainment and we talked to our clients a lot where we say you think about computers in nineteen ninety-seven think about mobile phones in two thousand seven people didn't get a smartphone in two thousand seven and then throw it out they just got the next one and it kept on permeating their house in their lives more and more and more so as soon as somebody adds voice device to their house. It's likely some small outliers gonna say that was that was weird and they and they turn it off and plug it but most people are going to be offloading more and more of their daily utility to those devices. So we say listen. If you know media and entertainment has really been at the forefront of every major digital We'll see voice any different so music and entertainment and streaming and games and news and and all of that we think voices a a really powerful user interface for
Metamaterials Can Make the World a Quieter Place
"Researchers have been thinking about how to reduce noise for a while. in the past the way to soundproof. something was create thick acoustic barriers. Made of heavy sound trapping materials but those are impractical for addressing some of our modern day noise emitters transportation machines. Hvac systems that kind of heavy barrier is not going to work for these things barriers. That block sound often also prevent air from getting through the world needed to find a way to create sound barriers that were light as air instead of thick and heavy so researchers began playing around with alternative materials in their quest to make sound disappear. This is nick. Fang calling from mit currently professor of mechanical engineering and we have been working on capturing light and sound waves yielding nanna skill materials and structures. Nick fang now at mit is one of the researchers who's been defining the cutting edge if acoustic engineering back in the early two. Thousands fang was working on a doctorate in mechanical engineering at ucla. He and a partner. We're trying to create a material that would make objects invisible like an invisibility cloak. Yeah very harry potter. We were collaborating on the concept of invisible cloak and more fundamentally materials than leased who transparency are the exotic effect refraction of light. This might sound crazy. But you've actually seen it happen in real life. nature has its own way of making an invisibility cloak. Like when you see a car on a highway in the distance sometimes it seems as if the car is floating above the road like a mirage.
"potter" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show
"I want you to a zurve. What does potter is doing. So the pod. Sitting at the wheel working illustrates good. God almighty how. God will sit patiently working with us to shape us and to mold us into his plan and purpose that he has designed and designated a feroce. Now you check this out it. Listen understand what i'm saying here. His plan and his purpose that not not me not myself. But uh god has designated that god has designed is god who pick me up out of the muck and mire today set my feet on solid ground. Turn me all around and made me over another to bring me to this place. Where i am right now. Today had not been for the lord. Good god almighty. Y'all if it had not been for him. I probably would still be out there running the street acting lack of food but anyway let me move on because but what be saying. God is in charge. God is in control. And he's telling jeremiah. Look at this potter. Look how shaping this this vessel. And god says i have the ability authority to shape and mold you when i was in college. I took this pottery class as an elective. You know what i learned. I learned that. I had complete and total authority and control over that lump of clay. You could shape. It could molded into any shape. I've wanted to what the text teaches us is that we are like clay. In god's hands and god has complete authority and control of our lives is up to us. If we real submit and sarindah to the lordship of jesus christ good god almighty anybody listening as they now. You said something that. I don't think a lot of people grab a hold of the dallas. You said when you had that clay in your hand control. It's now now. We understand that god now so i imagine the potter with this. Clay is molding and amar is just i it perfection. Let's just call it would it is. There's a mar is different in one spot but remember still clay you still working so if he did it again but now that mile is gone..
"potter" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show
"The pot he was shaping from the play was marred in his hands so the potter he formed it into a another pot. Some translation says he made it over again. Another shaping it as seems best to him. Then the word of the lord came to mean or house of israel. Can i not do with you. As this potter god talking has done declares the lord behold like klay in the potus hand. So were you in my hand. Oh house of israel. I believe that this text teaches us. That the potter's wheel is lesson about the sovereignty of god. We won't do tenue in looking at this this ma in my vessel which the vessel represents life In the potus hand if we were all to be honest with each other we would admit that we have some flaws in komo some issue. Some stuff some emotional baggage in our lives but for some strange reason we leave god out of the equation and we failed to invite him into our lives To remake us over again another. We try to work out. Our problems are situations and hardships with our own finite minds instead of going down to the potter's house and allowing the potter. God himself to set us up on the potter's wheel and to work. Those things out in our lives to remake us over again another the tax. It says god sins jeremiah. Down to the potter's house and to help him to understand the potter. And the understand the power and the authority over his people. Now you've got to stand. This is an analogy. That god uses a which an analogy is a comparison of two unlike things based on resemblance of a particular aspect of a thought or an idea. God asks the question. Can i not do with you as this potter has done. Maybe god is asking you that question today. Can i not do with you as the potter. Works on the wheel and reshaping and molding His party into that beautiful vessel to really really understand this analogy. You have to go back to genesis. Chapter two verse. Seven when it says vin the lord god formed a whole that were right there formed when we come back to in just a few minutes. God form the man of dust from the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life and the man became a living creature. It's ga the who created you and has the ownership of you don't miss that now is the giver of life they been. Israel did not seem to realize that god gave you life and could also take away your life. It's right there in jeremiah. Eighteen seven if at anytime i Concerning a nation or kingdom that i will pluck up and break down and destroy it. Therefore when i really understand this i submit to the lordship of the father was means i reverend him i mean obedience to him. I understand the authority a pow or the territory over my own life as we talk about the In the potus hand the potter and the clay. Let's go back and look at the word formed in isaiah forty. Three's seven even every one that is called by my name for..
Naked Mole Rats: The Key to Slowing Human Aging?
"Rodents only live a few years. Maybe six at the most for some of the common ones. That's comparative biologist. Russia buffet stein was stunned in the late nineties. When the naked mole rats that she'd been studying just wouldn't die. She was working with some that. Were more than fifteen years old and one naked mole rat who she first met while doing doctoral work in the eighties. A pink and wrinkly dude named joe. He is now thirty nine years old and officially the oldest living naked mole rat on record. He's barely aged at all in nearly four decades and there is every expectation that he'll make it to the big four. Oh thanks to the work of buffon's stein and increasing number of scientists studying naked mole rats and various capacities. We now know that the creatures have an astonishing lifespan of around thirty years. Joe is an anomaly of the anomalies. Of course anyone who's read. Harry potter knows what's going on here. Joe is clearly a shape shifting wizard who faked his own death after joining a colton murdering his best friend. so he's been hiding out as a naked mole rat for the past few decades. I'm onto you joe. But magical explanations aside naked mole rats. It turns out are fascinating. In addition to living exceptionally long. Lives for rodents naked mole. Rats unlike other mammals aren't susceptible to many diseases like arthritis cancer and alzheimer's they can also withstand long periods without oxygen and are impervious to pain from acid. There is so much about naked mole. Rats that is absolutely wild and researchers still trying to figure out the reason for a lot of it but we're starting to get more information because a lot more players have entered the ring in recent years due to the naked mole rats relative lack of aging and low occurrence of age associated disease. They've become a hot subject of study for cancer. Researchers and anyone interested in
Reflections on the Year Since the Murder of George Floyd
"Attorney general ellison welcome to washington post. Live great to be with you jonathan. Thank you before we talk about the derek chauvin trial and the killing of george. Floyd have to talk about some breaking news that hit just about an hour ago. Your office released a statement acknowledging that you are taking on the prosecution of kim potter. She's the former book brooklyn center. Minnesota police officer Who shot and killed dante. Right on april eleventh. Why are you taking on that prosecution. Well we've been asked to take on the case and we're willing to do it because we're public servants and win. The public needs service. We step up to do the work we're called to do and so we're going to handle the case with seriousness with all due regard for the precious life of dante right And you know. And we're going to seek justice in an affair trial and let me just note for everybody can potteries presumed innocent given that you were the prosecutor in the derek chauvin trial. Is that a template for how you will proceed against can potter because every single case is unique cases are unique as fingerprints. All of them are different in many different ways. So we will. We're our approach will be tailored to the case itself and i don't want anyone to expect that because we did one thing in one case we're going to do the same thing in another case what people can expect as we will bring the same level of urgency and commitment and fairness and professionalism after that anything could be different
Dr. Laurie Santos on Teaching the Most Popular Course Ever at Yale University
"I am dying to know. Where did your journey to study. Happiness and well-being begin. What is the story behind this story. Yeah yeah so i mean. I've been a an academic psychologist forever. Basically i've studied psychology for a really long time but my interest in the science of happiness started when i took on a new role at yale. I became a ahead of college on campus so yells. One of these funny weirdo. School is like hogwarts and harry potter where there's colleges within a college. So i'm i'm head of silliman college which means i live in the dorm with students right. I eat with them in the dining hall on. Hang out with them in the student. Coffee shop in in this new role. I really didn't like what i was seeing. I was seeing the college student mental health crisis up close and personal with like so many of my students reporting that they were. Just you know depressed. Feeling anxious overwhelmed students who are experiencing suicidality. It just wasn't what i thought. College life should be like right and so the journey. The science of happiness was really. I wanted to do something to help my students. I really wanted to give them strategies that were evidence base that they could use to feel better than because. I'm a nerdy professor. The best way to do that. Was you know to to teach in new class on it. So i developed this whole new class called psychology in the good life. It was like a new class. You know at this university. And so i thought like thirty or forty students would show up in so you can imagine my surprise when it became like the biggest class ever in yale's history over thousand students according to the entire campus showed up in. Wow oh yeah. I was a little surreal. But it you know. It really taught me that you know. Students are voting with their feet. They don't like the sensor feeling stressed and anxious and they wanted some strategies to do better.
Spain and Morocco in Diplomatic Crisis After 8,000 Migrants Enter Spanish Territory
"Inskeep, Spain. Is a European nation, of course, but you look at a map and you see, it's just across the streets of Gibraltar from Africa, and for centuries, Spain has controlled bits of African territory. Including the city We're gonna hear about next. So, Utah is on the Mediterranean shore, and it is attached to Morocco in recent days, almost 8000 migrants, a quarter of them Children have crossed from Morocco and the Spanish government has sent troops in response will discuss this with Associated Press reporter Or it's Potter, who is in Madrid. Welcome to the program. Thank you very much. Good morning. I guess looking at the map. I can see why migrants would be attracted. There's effectively a land border with Europe. You can walk from Africa into a little bit of Europe. What is happening in that that border in recent days? Well, yeah, felt on doll so the nearby Milica, which is also Spanish territory have always bean flash point for migrants trying to enter European soil. There seems to stepping stepping point to the European mainland. But what has happened has been extremely unusual. I mean, every year last year, there were 2000. 200 people more or less who crossed into certain illegal into this to Spanish enclaves in northern Africa. But in a matter of just 48 hours, we suddenly saw 1000 people swimming jumping, able fences. And even paddling on inflatable boats and reaching Celta on. This is extremely unusual. Let's think that this is the population off 85,000 people in this city. Which suddenly is getting 1000 migrants, most of the Moroccans but also from other countries in in Africa, Okay, and you mentioned paddling boats. It's a little peninsula. I guess some people might you get to take a very short water trip to get around to the
'Arcade': The Story of Its Continued Success
"Now for the third installment of our eurovision series. We speak with the winner of the last edition of the song contest in twenty nineteen the dutch singer. Songwriter duncan lawrence. Who won with the beautiful ballot arcade. The winning song became a hit not only in europe but also charted in the united states dunkin. We'll make an appearance on this year's final. That happens on saturday. He spoke to monaco's fernando augusta per shekel about his future music. Plans and all things eurovision Is oh that's we went into your vision with this song and to be honest i watched eurovision. But i haven't written or did this song bore your vision. I always saw revision as a great platform. Chance and opportunity for me to show the world or at least europe like. Hey here i am. This is dunkin Musician and this is my song and it just took off half a year ago on tiktok because it was used in a bunch of harry potter videos. so that we're like fans author End they were using the music to put on their their videos. And that's how it kinda started. That's that's how it spread and that's how it grew on its own. The song has been streamed over one billion times performing arcade. Please welcome dunkin lawrence and fletcher. I said it at eurovision music. I always i. This is a an example. When it's like people like a song and people relate to it on some sort of level which is amazing and it's just so amazing that that's my song and that we had to amazing journeys with one is your vision and the other is now. It's going everywhere.
Officer charged in death of Daunte Wright to appear in court
"I'm Julie Walker the white former officer charged in the shooting death of a black driver in a Minneapolis suburb in April has a pre trial hearing today Kim hotter will appear via video conference to go over evidence and determine if there's probable cause for the case to proceed she's charged with second degree manslaughter in the death of twenty year old Dante right the former Brooklyn center officer left the force even mediate Lee after the shooting the former police chief who also resigned said potter Mr Kerr gun for her taser body camera video shows are shouting taser multiple times before firing police have said right was pulled over for expired tags the shooting happened during the trial of former officer Derek show been convicted in the murder of George Floyd I'm Julie Walker
Chinese Lithium Giant Agrees to Three-Year Pact to Supply Tesla
"Everybody rob now. We're here today. We were talking about a potential new battery supplier for tesla. Also we're going to take a look at two b s next delivery timelines some updates. That are happening. There tesla expanding to a couple of new countries and we'll take a look at the updated situation in china as well. We've got no morgan stanley discussing that. Calmer waters for tesla today. Seems like people were really looking for a green day and we got that today. Up three point. Two percent to five hundred eighty nine dollars. Seventy four cents. The nasdaq was really strong today. As well finishing up two point three percent super-quick correction from yesterday and apartments. Were not gonna talk too much about bitcoin today. Only about thirty seconds here. But yesterday i did mistakenly say that tesla started their bitcoin position. Mid march i was thinking of when they sold. A small portion actually started their position either in january or february and announced that on february eighth so just wanted to clarify that and one other thing that i wanted to point out. Just because i've seen a lot of discussion on whether tussles decision making here would influence institutional investors and things like that. It's probably worth remembering that when we talked to alex potter of piper sandler back in february. I asked if he had been getting a lot of calls about tesla investing in bitcoin. In the first place he said quote not a lot to be honest and then added quote. It's not as though we had us have been coming questions on bitcoin after this announcement and so just worth a reminder sometimes when things are happening people point to them as a reason for x. y. or z. Happening things can tend to get and feel very amplified but sometimes that doesn't necessarily match the not trying to say that the discussion about bitcoin and cryptocurrency as it relates to tesla is not important but sometimes in the day to day. Those relatively smaller pieces of the big picture can feel like they're just dominating the discussion and in those cases sometimes it can be helpful. Just have like cleanse and revisit. Some of the things that are relatively more important. So that you don't get or feel bogged down by the smaller details. So those are my thoughts on that and that is the last. We'll talk about bitcoin for the day and for the week pending ilan tweets while recording.
Minnesota Mayor Wants Unarmed Civilians, Not Police, to Enforce Traffic Laws
"Police reform in a very different way. He wants unarmed civilians and not the police to enforce traffic laws. Proposed change comes a month after a white police officer killed a black man named Dante right during a traffic stop Matt Sepik of Minnesota public radio reports on April 11th officer Kim Potter pulled over Dante Ride in Brooklyn Center, a diverse community of 30,000 bordering Minneapolis. Police say it was because of expired plates writes. Mother says it was a dangling air freshener. As Potter and another officer tried to arrest the 20 year old on an outstanding firearms warrant. He broke free and got back in his car. On body camera video. Potter is heard shouting Taser, but instead she grabs her nine millimeter gun. The gun shot is edited out of this clip. Potter, who was a police officer for 26 years, resigned and is charged with manslaughter. That killing led to a week of demonstrations, including violent clashes with law enforcement. Security fencing still surrounds Brooklyn Center police headquarters. Today. Things are quiet as a crew of workers, repairs of looted dollar store across the street. Neighboring scoreboard Pizza, which was untouched, owner Jim Johnson says right should still be alive. They should've let that young man just go mean expired Tabs and is that worth pulling over someone when you already know that there were weapons violation? Johnson, lifelong Brooklyn Center resident says police could have made the arrest later. He's skeptical of Mayor Mike Elliot's proposal. The mayor wants a quote unarmed civilian traffic enforcement department to handle all minor, non moving violations, such as expired plates and broken tail lights. Elliot is pushing Council members to approve his plan soon. We need to do it as if There was an emergency and people were at the PD protesting again. We need to have that level of urgency. Brooklyn center is not the first community to consider
Defense expert in George Floyd trial faces Maryland lawsuit
"I'm Julie Walker with closing arguments set to begin in the George Floyd case Monday the family's attorney says he's praying the former officer who held his knee on the black man's neck for over nine minutes is held criminally liable for his death separates attorney Ben Crump says a guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial could set a precedent for policing finally American America live up to his promise of liberty and justice for all and if he's found not guilty once again the American legal system has broken out heart club also represents the family of Dante right the black twenty year old shot and killed by an officer in a traffic stop we cannot condone this excessive use of force America we cannot condone this in humanity America the officer Kim potter resigned and is charged with manslaughter crime spoke on ABC's this week I'm Julie Walker
Ex-cop charged in Daunte Wright's death makes court appearance
"Minnesota police officer has made her first court appearance in the traffic stop shooting of black motorist Dante right. Kim Potter appeared on alongside her attorney had a brief initial appearance today over Zoom. She posted $100,000 bond after she was arrested on Wednesday. Poppers next court appearance is May 17th.
"potter" Discussed on KR Live Podcast
"Because extremely unusual though. Was that at the moment harry potter fault. Like just make everyone else. Glad that for the very first time it is or life that it was actually his but they.
"potter" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"Like what does he actually run. A one array is in his carry potter. Oh yeah a very good idea. And we ran a classes Dundee People K.. And then we started hearing people from all over the world. Saying I've heard your morning Harry Potter. She I five nature lanes at skype in for me dealing and You know we were trying to figure out what to do with that because people were sharing commercial things and we didn't think screens we're going to get a hit now recommended and make a podcast and now we have this huge International Ashok community people reading Harry Potter secred a very long answer to your question I love it. It was great And that's something I've on a much smaller scale experienced when One of my best friends to this day we met because she had a Harry Potter her folder. And I it was seventh grade and I was like. Oh I've got. I've got to talk to her so the header on your site reads reading. Fiction doesn't help US escape. The world at helps us live live in it and I think for a lot of people books fictional books and particularly maybe Harry Potter which is really popular but aimed towards children children. Even though adults love it as well it's easy to dismiss And I was wondering if you could expound on that header and also what do you think the value of examining these works of fiction through a feminist lens. What do you think that value is I mean? Are you talking about me own history with that. I was.
"potter" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"And start breathing better. Hey this is Anne and Samantha and welcome to stuff never totally production of Iheartradio so today we are talking about one of my favorite things. Only God yes so exciting Harry Potter while Yes So I could just talk about Harry Potter. We're GONNA look at women and feminism of Harry Potter in some added. Yes and Bonus Jane Eyre discussing. Yes I love but I also love Harry Potter. So I'm not I'm not gonNA lie acting so cool about it because I do. I really bonded the fact that I do really love. Hey Potter I just don't go all out and the things infection I see. I See Your Subtle Jab honest I my people who loved things and I love Of Harry Potter it was and still is because my mom. You know once you like something it's forever It's my thing. Yes every year she okay. Potter's don't know. Every time I think about President I'm like I can't do hey potter. I know her mom's going to get her life. Everything's so that's fine. So you were covered from probably mid middle middle of middle school to high school every year. She got me these really ornate Harry Potter Snow Globes. They're awesome and I don't know what to do with them. 'cause my apartment's really small but array of Put it taped to the wall. That'd be best for you and I will I'll say you are one of the more fun people to buy because you have a lot of loves tangible really nice so thank you for being that person. You're welcome. Yeah I did it all for you. I know So there are few significant moments in my life that were made by my love Harry Potter there certain trips I take I took that were for Harry Potter but Harry Potter was in there and I am of the generation that h with it. I Graduate High School when the last book came out amount And I graduated college when the last movie came out it was a really big part of my life actually had a really good friend of mine from college who who was also love. She was the reason I started watching Harry Potter. Because she loved it so much actually went to a midnight. Viewing of Kheibar Harry Potter and Goblet of Fire Fire. Yeah that's what I think got me into starting to. Oh is it like this. Let me go back and read what happened. Also because I can't wait to know what happened so I went forward and started reading. I think by the time I got into it. Everything was published so already cooling to it but this was like she had a really rough childhood very to the point that it hurts her. She's one of those and having Harry Potter as her world is a part of who she was really helped her survive a bit bit of the backlash that was her family Another backlash but the Problems that what was with her with her family and our own like financial stuff. Harry eight Potter got her through a lot of that so yeah I think I love that. We're going to talk about this because that's exactly what she kind of jumps into which I never thought about. Yeah and interestingly kind of off of that if you go back and our trump's that's my most probably my most traumatic time was fourteen to fifteen A.. And that's when goblet of fire came out and I just remember taking such refuge in even though it was probably the first one that was really difficult. It Yeah but it was. It just swept you up there. They're essentially mysteries PISS. And so you're trying to figure out who did it. What's going on and it was also? Oh yeah for me away to kind of deal with what I was going through. And they continue to be that yeah I've made friends off of So it was so powerful and I did want to give a brief overview. Were not the only people who like Harry Potter surprise surprise The the first bill carrey Potter and the philosopher's stone came out in nineteen ninety-seven and the series of seven books went on to sell millions of copies. Five hundred million in copies more than that. It's the best selling series of books of all time for people who didn't grow up during this or maybe somehow missed missed it. It's hard to capture. How popular they were? We waited in line at bookstores at midnight. They had midnight releases of books. which is ridiculously ridiculously rare? Yes and then we would stay up all night and read them. I have pictures of everyone. 'cause I actually didn't get into them until the third one came out so I have have a picture of four through seven me on my friends it's five. Am and we're trying to beat each other. And I love the fi the still ongoing my niece who is still still in high school. I think she is now nitrate. I'm sorry I'm I'm sorry any whoa sorry addy too many any nieces and nephew swear to God they're all as ever Anyway she has now gotten into it and completely obsessed and loves everything. Think about Harry Potter and I love it. It's been so long. Last book was released. All the movies are done. People have gone on. But it's still a big thing in their barreled in in the world because it's time to timeless kind of like Lord of the Rings And all the Trilogy Economy Continues Candidate continues to be relevant because because it's their own world which tastic. Yeah my nephew. He's eight or nine he just got into them. And I feel like the coolest person ever right because he visited my the old house where I grew up in it was essentially a shrine Harry Potter. And it's all been confined into one section now. That doesn't really fit with the adult guestroom vibe. The rest of the room. He goes in there and he's just in love and we got Like a trivia contest with each other and just seeing that level level of fandom for this book is that Yeah I. It's been over for a long time. The movie series has been over And then when you go we went to the Harry Potter world and universal and the just wide range of ages and diverse groups of people. There that shows really popular and a Lotta people connect with it still right. Yes The movies were huge box. Office successes and the theme park is a huge hit. Huge moneymaker someone. We'll wait until about a four hour line to get to the right or to five hours. The last four installments of the books set records for fastest selling books. And the last this one sold eleven million copies in twenty four hours go hours twenty four hours. Yes and my favorite thing. I did with that one. Is I road out my theory before I read it as you know I like to do and as I was reading I updated the theory and you know towards seven. AM This theory. Syria's perhaps not very and it was really funny. I thought the speared of Dumbledore was trapped inside on. Come out hush. I'm so glad I wrote it down. Though it gives me something did you include into your fan section doses. It wasn't in actual books. You created your own. I did not conclude that in my fan fiction. No do some unfinished. Oh Gosh I know. It's true true true he'd be I could bring Harry back also. I forgot about this. The New York Times created a second best not a second a bestseller seller list specifically for children's literature. Because the Harry Potter books were taking up all of them and people were like authors. Were mad about it so they did that in the year. Two thousand thousand before goblet of fire came out Smart Yeah and the value of the franchise is estimated to be around twenty five billion dollars one of the most lucrative franchises. All Time. It's still going. It is still going. Testing beasts stuff plays Yup which I did see I did see it. The popularity of the series has spawned a massive fandom essays opponent essays fan fiction books about all kinds of aspects aspects of Harry Potter. I have a book that my mom gave me. That's kind of teaches you how to do. The Nation read poems that you gave me. That is all well Harry Potter which I love. That's right. I forgot about that. Tourism plays boggle youtube videos parodies. Real wife life. quidditch and podcasts and podcasts is where we are so we do have a guest with us today but before before we get a disclaimer. One we're on a time crunch so we could have talked forever right but we had to kind of keep it tight And then to think I say this in there. I read the books twenty two times each when I was young. Each each have a weird thing with numbers but I have. I've only read them once since then and it was a couple years ago but I still feel pretty confident could win any trivia contests so far I have not let myself down in that regard. I haven't read them since they've become kind of in this show and looking at things from a feminist lens all of the time. I think think there's sort of a natural thing that happens when you're woman and you do that. I wasn't Super Analytical. Is what I'm trying to say but all right let's let our guest introduce yourself. My name is basketball fan. 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"potter" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
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"Hello, friends, Harry Potter and the sacred text. Did you know we're coming to California on March twenty first we will be in Los Angeles, California and on March twenty four th we will be in the bay area. We're doing live shows in both cities. And we love you to come. Find your tickets and find all other details at Harry Potter sacred text dot com and click on the big orange button. That says life shows casper. Are you gonna Applegate there or take your broom, oh, I'm planning to use the flu network because actually California has famously wide flus? Sure. Chapter nineteen the lion. And the serpent Harry felt as though he were carrying some kind of talisman inside his chest over the following two weeks. A glowing secret that supported him through his classes and even made it possible for him to smile blandly as he looked into her for. I'm Vanessa tan and I'm cusp Kyle. And this is Harry Potter and the secret taxed. Every summit my family, and I would drive the eight hour drive from far Stroh in England all the way to the north of Holland while my family had like a shed house and eight hours is like a long time to be in the car with three sisters and two parents and the only so many times you can play torn by Natalie umbrella on repeat, and so we would invent all sorts of games to kind of distract ourselves. And some of the games included if you'll stuck in traffic, do a puppet show with the little hand puppets that we have in the car or if you're my sister like polio pants down and moon. Everyone who would drive in possed because we didn't have a TV as kids. We would pretend that the window in the car was a TV like what's on your. But sitting in that car driving being with your family, but also kind of alone if you put on your headphones or something I have some of my happiest memories playing these silly games to help time poss and a theme for this week's compensation is distraction, which immediately to me sounded kind of negative, and it made me think of these companies were actually like the distractions became the fun of the journey. Like it became more than a pasta. I'm it became a pup of the journey. Like, this was a way that we'd sing together that we wouldn't right? We'd sing along to the radio. And so I I'm really interested in thinking when is destruction something that hides from the thing, we should be engaging with and when is actually the very thing we should be paying attention to. What did you see question doesn't the story? Make you want to learn how to drive no. Because I love looking out the side window looking at the TV. XM we're in the car together. And I'm like, you're Terrel navigator. You can be like I was just looking at the TV just watching TV. I hope I'm a good navigator. We're actually my favorite navigator. I'm not kidding. When children. I I took a long road trip to Kentucky. I kept giving instructions by saying take a left and no point two miles, which is how you would say in English and he kept saying, so what is it? If it's no point to. I got so annoyed. It took me like fifteen minutes to understand what was going on. Before we continue this rigorous conversation of sacredness. It's time for the thirty second recap. And I have the honour employer of going first this week Asper. Excellent Vanessa here, we go three two one go so hairy Enron have there like I beg quidditch match together in her money. Kisses run on the dozen carry on the. Ooh. And the game like Ranasinghe really poorly in slithering scores on them. I think like three times, and then it's okay because Harry catches the snitch. But while Harry is like celebrating crab Goyal hits them really hard with the bludger. And then they start saying all these terrible things about Ron which they've been saying the whole time. And finally, they just can't take it anymore in Harry them one of the gyms punches them doubled. Doubled. Average is like no. Banned for life. I didn't really get there. You know, study two seconds, thirty seconds. What's the difference? Do. Okay. On your Mark get set go. So we hear Weasley as king Weasley as a king. He say the thing Weasley as king and little do. They know how awesome that's gonna be laid up. But for now, it's like, oh, full and bad. Because why would you wanna be a cold king by this leathermans? Also, Luna creates a lion head, and because of the movie, I always think of it. It's like the stupid costume. No. It's frigging scary because it rolls, but she didn't have time to get up and come out of its mouth. Anyway, she's in the stands. Everyone's watching Harry gets the interest in time even though Li Jordan macgonagall like it's bad. Suit. You didn't take the fact that I didn't get to the last leg five pages of the chapter as a sign that maybe you should focus on them interesting. Okay. Correct. But mostly because I wanted to focus on the key things of the chapter. The fact that like macgonagall number have this big fight about ham. She bandings and turns out she can because she's I'm bridge. And she got even more powers from the ministry. Yes. I agree that none of that is as important as costumes in songs. Correct finesse. I wanna start thinking about this theme if destruction at the very beginning of the top two because as you read in the opening sentences, Harry feels like he has this like talisman in his chest. Right. Like this. This sense. Of sneaky, hopeful empowered something that helps him enjoy the difficulties of potions and defense against the dot cots. Right. Like he has something else where his mind can live. He can go into his mind palace, and like be excited about remembering that Ron can do this job. All never can do this. This jinks or something in this case again, it's like it's something positive, right? Because it gives them hope and it gives him meaning to the suffering. It's helping him make it through just a hard time. So I don't think it's giving meaning to his suffering. I think it's helping him through his suffering. That's not the same as making meaning of it. It's not saying some things are going to be hard. But it's going to be worth it in the end it saying some things are hard. And you don't need to focus on the hard thing. My mom used to say to me. I always wanted to write from age of eleven and whenever I do anything awful. My mom would say it'll make for great story. The end like I had a dual reaction to it. Like, that's not enough reason for me to go. It didn't make the suffering. Okay. But while I was there. I would always pretend to take notes just like right down story adorable reminds me, my friend Caroline has a life multo, which is story value over comfort. So like any situation with his potential story. Like makes it what? Things like that. So I disagree with Caroline, right? Why love I would never choose story. Value over comfort when I have to do something the stories, I tell myself make it better. He's not excited about suffering in this moment because he gets to tell a story about the suffering later telling himself a different story while he suffering, right? Like his mind is able to be productive elsewhere because he's planning the next lesson. Only starting to think about you know, what else the DA can start doing. I had to look up talisman, and it made me think of another exciting potential distraction, the definition most of you probably know is an object typically an inscribed ring or stone that is thought to have magic powers and bring good luck. And I was just thinking that Harry is handed one with the coin that her mining creates. And it's like this thing that he can hold on his pocket. Right. I'm a big believer. And like. Having a literal touchstone or touch coin or like something that reminds you of something positive. It's what I think the Catholics have great with the rosary beads and with the Saint cards, and there's something that you can physically turn to you in shrines. I think all of that is so important, and I love her mind. He gives everybody this one that right? All you have to put your hand on your pocket, and you have a second of respite I loved off from this on the as well as thought sacred object that you can hold onto that reminds me of something bigger something. Holy even very ordinary object. Like fidget spinner or stressful like, these are also material culture that we engage with they distract us not from like, the everyday, but actually from perhaps negative thought patterns that we have will the give us something to do instead of going down like a doom spiral. So I'm just even thinking of him playing with this coin in the classroom, not necessarily like it might be this image of a beautiful weld or. In a freedom that he's working towards, but it might also just like keep him from like shouting in the middle of the clause. Well, I think that we see the difference between secular in a secret experience of this galleon with the difference between Harry and Ron's reactions to it. Cool hairy is like, oh, this is symbolic. I just have to be sure that I don't spend it with the rest of my galleon, and Ron is like like I could ever end to him. I think that there is a negative. Shame spiral thing of like, this is the closest I'm ever gonna get to having a gallon in my pocket. And so I think that for Ron it has a more secular profane weight to it. Whereas for Harry, it's just a reminder of like, I get to teach. And I'm standing up against this woman. Who's oppressing me? And she doesn't even know it, which is such a helpful commentary on how symbols might be the same in the world, but place differently for each of us, depending on the contextual life experience that we've had right like crosses can be. So peaceful. And so beautifully experienced and an experienced some very positively now, but as a child, I was like, oh, this might not be a place where I'm welcome. And then I think like part of the brutality of the practices of the K K K in the sixties is that often like black communities are very Christian communities, and they were using this. They were using burning crosses a violent act. And so to have something that should be wrapped up in like your redemption on your salvation become a violent symbol as awful. Right. So. So casper, a very exciting little moment happened in the book that I like personally had a sacred imagination moment with which is when her money kisses Ron on the cheek I like flushed
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"Just I just think that she's being held with caretaking standard because she's a woman, and like this is the right thing to do given the sport that they are chosen to play casper. Yeah. Well. The fact that they don't return to the quidditch pitch that she consuls the next practice to me says that she knows. It was a failure that she was like, no one could see each other. It was raining so hard like nothing made sense. Everyone just felt worse off towards I think I need to be more inventive. It's like if you're a. Gosh, what's that Dutch national sport ice skating like long distance ice skating? If it's if there's no ice like don't go on the water, and I feel like Angelina needs to think of what's the like skating equivalent of training for different weather conditions that quidditch games happen in those conditions. Whereas I e skating doesn't happen when lakes are swimming ball. That is correct. I stand down now. I'm gonna keep going anyway because I have. Money. And I don't think that not repeating something means that you thought it was a mistake or a failure. I think it's we've learned how hard it is. We've learned as much as we can. There's no reason for me to net. Right. Like, there's a return on investment of like. Okay. And now, I'm just exposing them to freezing cold for no reason. And I think it's actually a great leader. Who's like, okay. That was just hard enough. And now I'm going to stop. That's not an admission of failure. That's like a wisdom of balance because this is a new team, right? Rana's joined semi how to brainwave which is that the DA is actually also quidditch practice. Right. Because we have we got the whole quidditch team. They're the DA like nearly everyone. I think everyone is. And so this is totally like a team building moment. Sure that helps. Yeah. So what I'm saying is that she has innovated in leadership style. And I'm just saying that we hold women to different standards of men's comfort than we hold men too. 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We can pull any quote from this chapter. So can somebody please give me a number between three seventy four and three ninety six. I heard three eighty one. So there are one two three four five six seven paragraphs on this page. Can you give me a number one through seven seven great? So the sentence that we will be doing is hairy was thinking himself back. You would have said that no matter what I said. That's good. Okay. So page three eighty one Harry was thinking himself back. So the first step of price is shot in shot. Twee ask ourselves. What does the intended or the explicit meaning of the text to find it? So this is yet he and runner talking after quidditch practice, and Harry is telling Ron about the visions of voldemort that he's that scar hurt and he's sort of figuring out out loud. What voldemort has been experiencing Hari was thinking himself back. He's trying to remember what it felt like previous times when he felt vulnerables presence because he's suddenly explained like full demo- is angry. And he owning new it as he said it which I thought was such an interesting moment. And he's now remembering the other times when he's he's able to sense Volta most feelings without any Russian explanation of how he knows. It's not right. Yes. I like, it's really fun. I to try okay. Step two of her days is remers and remers is one of my favorite things that we do in the podcast. So we picked a word from the sentence. It means like an allegorical, meaning a possibly metaphorical meaning, but the way that. We do it is the way that rabbis have been doing this for hundreds of years, which is that you can pick one word and track. How that word is used throughout the Harry Potter series. So if we were doing this with the Torah, and we picked the word tree, we'd be like, ooh, where all the trees in the Torah. And we would talk about all the different times that we see trees in all the different meanings that trees can have. So I need your help. I am going to say the very tall person with glasses. Yes. You I want you to pick. One of these words Harry was thinking himself back. Back. Okay. So where else does the word back come up in Harry Potter books? I'm thinking immediately of the back of quarrels head where else back to the burrow back to the borough. Yes. Ten points. Slither that time Turner we go back in time. Okay. Moore's back want one. He brings Cedric back which I still think is like the bravest best thing. He sorry. The pensive you can go back in time and other people's memories. Yeah. That's strolls. How how? Oh, they ride on the backs of vessels. I I'm sure that's great. Actually, what is think you? And beats back, right. Like, they write on Beck's of a lot of things. I also thought of go back to or. Non textual strike that from the record. That's not canon.
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"On Zola. Go to Zola dot com slash Harry Potter. Finesse. I read a story recently, which I really liked as an image of how we can be fully in the things that would good at standing up power. And it's from this wonderful book about the Jewish spiritual path Musab an in it tells the story about rabbi Hutzel, LeBron's key who apparently was like one of the most learned rabbis in all of Europe. And he's giving testimony in court and the judge asks him, you know, all you the greatest living Jewish legal authority in Europe. And he says yes that is true. And the judge says rabbi Bram sqi is that not rather Holte on your pot? I thought that you'll listen ethics. Teach you to be humble to. It's the rabbi says, I know we ought to be humble. But what can I do? I am under oath. And so he's just like, yeah. Like, I am the greatest living Scuola, and I'm not throwing that in your face. Right. Like you've given me that description, but I'm going to step away from the thing that I'm really good at. So famous I'm ending up with this question of can ever be useful to say, I'm better than someone else. Whether it's about a specific thing that you can do or in even on a moral level. I think yes, I've had two surgeries molasses months in by like all accounts, the second surgeon was a better surgeon than the first. And I wish that I had that information up front. I was just like, oh if there are surgeon at this renowned hospital. They must be a good surgeon, and I just trusted them. And like, I was fine. But I many complications with a much more minor surgery. And so, yeah, I do want to know who is the best and an I had sort of a not great first grade teacher, and my mom when it was time for my younger brother to go into the first grade requested that he not be put with my first grade teacher because she wanted her child to have the best teacher teaching him out of read. And I think that that's. Okay. I mean, this just gets back to like, you'll know it by its fruits. I don't think it's okay for the sake of itself. Like if you're just in a faculty meeting, and it's like who's the best teacher? Like, I don't think that that is productive or helpful. But children learning to read is like a high state in surgery is the high stake. And yeah, I I want the best don't you? But we can't all be in the classroom. And so how how do we make decision? Yeah. Gets to make well and feeling like my child took that spot away from another kid who's just as in titled to that spot. I think it's our responsibility to make a system in which all teachers are good teachers and also Jains are good surgeons. But I don't think it's our job to sacrifice our children's ability to learn by giving them a teacher who we know is not up to snuff. And so I think with that information we have to be saying, okay. Like, we need to pay teachers more to make sure that like that job is respected. And they really have the time inability to invest in learning these skills and on the nobody is fundraising on go fund me for classroom supplies, right? But I don't think that it was up to my mom be like, well, I know this teacher isn't very good. But I'm just going to send my son into. Anyway, I think that that's asking us to be like a conscien- level of idealistic that I'm not even interested in. So Vanessa this really interesting moment where some of these structures that we've been talking about really physically engage in the narrative. So at some point the boys want to rush into the girl's dormitory and Ron and Harriet kind of beginning to climb the stairs up to how many sleeps understands suddenly Tun into a slide. And they kind of slide all the way down, and I just love this image of like, the patriarchy is real men have violent tendencies and Hogwarts. The building knows how to stop them. So many things about this interesting. I fall that the boys never took it upon themselves to go visit her money, right? And then to just because Harry, and Ron haven't done this before does not mean that the girls have an this before because they are all elegantly going down the slide and like pot standing so like they have obviously had this happen to them enough times the variable to just like go down the slide gracefully. But then the other thing is I'm sort of pro slide. I think that right now women are more trustworthy than men, and it is because of thousands of years of patriarchy and a sense of supremacy that there has been like a training within men that they are entitled to things. Well, say mobile you mean when you say women will trustworthy is is that about specifically experiences of something like someone tried to get into our? Room that kind of thing generally around. I think that women have had more experiences of somebody subjugating them and taking away their power. And therefore, there's more empathy into they are more Ono. I didn't mean to make you feel uncomfortable. Whereas men are more oblivious to the fact that they are making women uncomfortable. I don't think that this is intentional. And I'm obviously speaking in like, why'd brushstrokes like this is super super not all men, but I think that there is a culture around American maleness of right? Like all the things that are stereotyped, but like taking up a lot of room on the subway of token were meetings right in our up day. Like, I think that that creates an echo chamber of entitlement in. So I think intone we fix the patriarchy keep the slide while that's why you'll building a feminist production company Atta it's the metaphorical slide in all world. Canessa?