22 Burst results for "Pule"

Ultimate Summer Pasta Salad Recipe

The Maria Liberati Show

02:43 min | 3 months ago

Ultimate Summer Pasta Salad Recipe

"Is my recipe for penny pasta with corn shrimp and avocado. So you're going to take one and a half cups of penny pasta. Penne pasta works really well with this. You know pasta. There's lots of different shapes. Obviously but penny works really well with this one pound of fresh shrimp cleaned one half of an avocado one cup of fresh corn. No if you can't get fresh frozen we'll do but fresh is available now so check it out. And if you're anywhere near pennsylvania check out our delicious fresh pennsylvania corn three tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil one fresh lemon one clip of garlic parsley taste. So just about a small handful of fresh parsley. You're going to chop that up now. This ingredient is optional. A quarter cup of dry white wine. Salt to taste peppered its haste You're going to boil the water for the pasta when the water comes to a rolling boil at the pasta and cook it according to the directions on the box. I always tell everyone when you're buying dry pasta. Usually the the company that makes it knows exactly how many minutes that pasta should cook to be al dente. Of course you have to taste because not everyone's Electric ranges or gas ranges. Or whatever you using to cook this on are all the same so you know even though it gives you a time to cook the pasta. Make sure you taste the pasta before you take it out of the water but the pasta should be al dente. Cut the avocado into small cubes and place it in a dish. Of course you're going to appeal the avocado and take out the nut in the middle. Then you're going to cut it into small cubes. Place it in the dish. The lemon juice is squeezed. That on top of the avocado does not get brown. You're going to set that aside. Clean the shrimp plays two tablespoons of olive oil in a saute pan and Heat that then. You're going to place in the shrimp that has been puled in clean and saute for one minute. I'd in the white wine saute that for about four minutes you know not too long because shrimp can get rubbery and until all the liquid has just about evaporated. You're going to remove that from the heat and set that aside. Drain your pasta. By this time. The pasta should be done. Drain the pasta. Well at the pasta into the saute pan with shrimp ad in the avocado cubes. The fresh corn another tablespoon of olive oil. And you're going to toss and serve this immediately while it's still warm

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White House Is Assessing Impact of Colonial Pipeline Hack

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

White House Is Assessing Impact of Colonial Pipeline Hack

"Operators of the pipeline hit by cyber attackers hope most service will be back by the weekend meanwhile the White House says it's monitoring supply shortages in the southeast officials stressed so far the fuel supply has not experienced widespread disruptions and president Biden is directing federal agencies to bring their resources to bear he's also prepared to take additional steps colonial pipeline delivers about forty five percent of pule consumed on the east coast the attack underscores how vulnerable the nation's energy sector and other infrastructure R. my administration will be pursuing a global effort of ransomware attacks by trans national criminals who often use global money laundering networks to carry them out but it also says he'll speak with Russian president Putin about dark side the hackers responsible for the ransomware attacks are based there I'm Julie Walker

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Smart Cities: Where Are They?

Technology Untangled

02:13 min | 5 months ago

Smart Cities: Where Are They?

"Modern city is changing. Urbanization and population growth are non ending phenomenon with sixty. Six percent of the population expected to be living in cities by twenty fifty. I think fascinating about the evolving role of cities they originally came into existence only through the industrial revolution as a place for manufacturing and really their role was around the physical exchange of goods. That's jen host hewitt's from the small london board. Jen has involved in numerous smart city projects. Worldwide over the past fourteen years and has seen firsthand how the city has evolved. What we've seen times mcdonalds a transition more to a services economy in the city becomes a place for you exchange ideas it becomes a place potentially where it's not just about the exchange of physical goods but it's also looking at how it becomes a melting pot for data exchange or for the information economy. Ready can you just quickly explain what we mean by small city. I typically related to these four elements say firstly there is definitely a role i mean hans role predation emerging technology in them. Smart city us. That's an app defining aspect. I think the other thing to me is about. Small cities integration across multiple articles in the early stages of small cities. You see in a smart energy systems and that would be categorized as a small city. But i think actually true small cities wants to looking laterally cross multiple aspects of their infrastructure and service provision and then looking at how can they exchange Could waste to drive up. Changing crosses the fed areas rainey about citizens coal the Narrative is of mature of the lost decades. Her it starts with a very strong pule tech push. Now there's a real importance of around how this text and data. How does it actually make a step change in how you serves. The needs and create more of a pull a sustained poll from citizens for the new services. That are more convenient more intuitive and so forth so really innovative new models of service provision

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Aus Open Day 6 - Silent, subdued, but intriguing

The Tennis Podcast

04:19 min | 7 months ago

Aus Open Day 6 - Silent, subdued, but intriguing

"Think today day six over the twenty twenty one australian open the first fully crowd list day. I think today was the new year's eve house party that you feel you have to gauge new year's eve show up. You do the rounds for a couple of hours and then you sneak off to a bedroom and go to sleep or it's just the hangover the day after we sit there and just drink cups of tea and no answer any calls the hanger day off to the the banging nights out the ends in where you're just gonna sort of pick up pieces and clear mass. Yes i came. That may be works better. And wait for your next party in a day's time it's the regroup day. It's fresh as week when you when in my case you have one thing and you're saying that's it you can just have a normal week and then you gotta do again the next night but so what you do. Is you just insert little arrests days. Yeah don't understand human beings. The enjoyed fresh week genuinely look back and say i enjoyed freshers week. I didn't understand human level so they walk among us. Catherine apparently say it's not but i didn't enjoy today i just dino it it just i mean there were no crowds. We need the. We're going to be crowds that that was a shame How how much. How much was the fact that there were no quarrel to contributing factor. To the fact that today was a was a bit of a dump squib. I mean this has been the dump squib hof of proceedings burnett. We've we've we've made to conceal that on the podcast. You know there have been highlights will will big those up as best we can on today's pod but how. How much was it the crowd. I think it was definitely parts of it in that. You know we're all. I did feel a bit of a downer just because yesterday was so exhilarating and and it has been such a lovely failing to have crowd noise again. Because we've we've been went out and delivered this last week so that that was in the back of mind. I mean there were moments. I compensated in the way that i would've done with the crowd and then there was silence and i had to say oh i forgot. There's nobody here quite open because it's you might as well just be honest and admit it's weird. It is weird at the same time. I feel like for people like us certainly me anyway. I shouldn't speak few too. But i just i'm so i love watching sport so much when it's when it's tied and when the stakes are high the not having the crowd gives me something else and we. We definitely tapped into that at the us open and through some of the other events because kind of we. We didn't have any choice. It's either embrace that or be down about it all and if you actually listen and watch especially today as this was the first match i've ever seen of nadal at a grand slam. We had the two but at a grand slam especially with the little question marks about the back and all that sort of thing and being being pushed as hard as come pasha possibly push him. I loved just watching dow compete in this role style without any cut-away as to the crowd or anything just so pule to be out to. I felt like a like a sneaked into private match and could just watch. And and so i got something from that and i was intrigued by some of the matches exhilerated. Not really and it is. It is more pure than other slam tennis or any tennis that we've seen without crowds because they weren't prepared for this. There's no attempt to conceal the empty seats. There's no crowd noise track on standby it is exposed before your eyes and is

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"pule" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"pule" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"House without why? Clarity that you get Lebeau the way you feel so good what's happening? Mary's you're getting glimpses of what an alcohol free life feels like all the time. Even, if you take some of us, especially me quite a while to get the. Getting the another thing that would say to you is. You're in a bit of a process stop stall starts at the moment, but you'll subconscious mind in when you stop drinking your subconscious is thinking Oh. This is tough. You know what? Why is she doing this to again? But if you keep doing it, then you you'll subconscious will always register that surprise. He's miserable. But if you're pushed through through and get more and more that clarity on the energy and the good things about You'll subconscious is going to say this. I'm I'm hanging the let's talk about limited space because I was getting to one of your podcast recently unloved what you said about face. I just wanted to say to you know maybe some people listening to this that have been cyber for few months on the feeling a bit flats. Down definitely happened to me I think it was probably about six seven months. I remember thinking I want to reflect on the right saying hey, in a some days of like have lost more than I've gained. You just felt flats. And? But I I sought Laron I. I like this expression. What is it get comfortable with being uncomfortable? Very uncomfortable for at say six weeks two months but I started out and then gradually I could feel myself coming to life as suddenly had all these creative ideas and I'd be. Walking or running an unsung have to stop and unsigned myself emails on my phone. So I didn't forget you know what what I just. Oh so from low man does good balking into life. and. So that thing a name because a of people go seem to go through that I call it the void a nice to sit with the boy John. You'll be amazed what comes out of the other side. Not Voided. Limited space. Yes. Living spaces is a powerful phrase so. Is when we leave something a way that you normally call your non when you leave your normal hand now, it could be your marriage job. It could be anything could be weighing in this field why in this in this context? And you enter this place way you are not on the other side. USA where I am. Been in Limonov space yet because I haven't decided to ditch the wind completely but people who have decided that this. They enter the new space that is neither here nor a it's it's it's weird. It's it's not solid end. The temptation is always to run backwards to what this is why people who are separated from the spouses with the intention to do. Once they get into the LIMINA space, they tend to go back because it's easier to go back I. Think it's the same also with winds easier to go back. To the boat like when you were wondering if the right things we have to stay in that space as long as we can because only then does an old weld, which is your your your old normal can fall apart it can only at in that space, you'll never find A. Fast forwarded because sometimes we fight for what I've seen myself to. It's my pencil many. In as much as I teach about emotions in all sorts of things I find emotions GIF out. So that's the honesty. End. So you tend to win rush forward and you rush forwards by doing something else when example may be over waking, leave the wine, and then now you get into something else now you. Your Vika. Early, that's not being in limited space being limited space is sitting with that dreaded feeling that discomfort you speak off that weirdness and just let it too vague needs to do with you. So I know it in I. Know it intellectually demisch to get into limited space wind. Limonov space with added things when in grabbed and win changing things and south I know what he means. I'm yet to entity in mind. So essentially just record it's a space away. You have not arrived where you at home. But you are also chew five to go bay. Thank you so much Lebeau. I love this concept of limited space. The fact that although is a pretty uncomfortable space to be. That's actually the Montreal happens if we can just hang in there long enough. A few more things struck me about our conversation as with most of us all Kahal just kind of crept up on Lebeau. The age of twenty six she didn't really drink much tool. But she met someone introduced her to wine. He was a bit of an expert. So it all fell very sophisticated but over the years her consumption crept up until she was using wine to cope with stress. An ashy appreciate of forty. She started worrying about her wind belly. She was really worried about her drinking sociologists have friends for some advice. They assured her that she was fine. Of course she wasn't drinking too much. Now this is really common it's dangerous for two reasons. First of all many people are unaware that drinking more than one and a half bottles of wine a week can damage your health. So even if you are drinking more than that, they'll still tell you that you're fine. They'll say things like, Oh, if it's only one bottle of wine a night. You'll find because you only drink wine. You don't drink whisky people are innocent. They don't realize quite how toxic and addictive alcohol is. The other reason why it's quite dangerous is that some of your friends may not want you to quit. Because if you quit drinking that will highlight just how much they drink on, they don't actually want to be put under the spotlight because they don't want to make a change. What a real friend would say if he told me was stopping drinking is they would say, oh, that's going to be quite tough. How can I help you? How can I support it? So, that's how you distinguish between true friendship drinking buddies. So, in spite of her friends, reassurances, Lebeau very cleverly recognized that she could just feel the slippery slope here. So she decided to sign up for our sober spring challenge to learn more about her relationship with alcohol. She managed to complete several alcohol-free stretches join the sixty six days. She wasn't perfect but she interacted a lot with the our challenges. And she is now much more knowledgeable about her relationship with alcohol. She hasn't quite given up yet, but she's well on her way and she knows that that is what she wants to do because she knows that her life is much better without shapes. So if you would like to learn more about your relationship with alcohol in a safe and supportive space and please think about.

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"pule" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"pule" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"Ourselves all colic's Just was someone drank too much and now I don't. Need to make withdrawal and fail is we've got. Dizzying. Just goes out to have some way. Yes. So that's that's why I feel beds probably on hefty eventually it's GonNa. Love how kind you is that not just keep trying the migration and see keep trying don beat yourself up too much learn and if it really does going come a time where you know. Exactly. When you add joe come through die when you say I'm done with this on board with this. And it is boring is. Tired I. It is actually very boring. I, wanted to talk to how I feel when I'm not drinking because right now my my pension is two weeks off and then I fall off that those weekends went drinking. By to the Times that at gone have alcohol ago residual in May only. I am at my optimum. Hardwick, I'm sure you know that doing odd but after I have dropped the alcohol I, find success and almost they the energy levels that high don get tied. In I'm putting much more. Kierra. Awake than I did when I was still. Foggy because that's what alcohol. Love the feeling in my body and my mind, and of course, the League Oh, my with. The sleeping you sleep so much better. Even need that extra Jake's the editing that your listeners might benefit from is that when you drink alcohol the way we did the way I did. So you you drink and you know that you're going to pay about two three M or the next morning, right so what we do it on if you did this, I would take panadol or in Allah Jake's. So. That I don have to the other effects of headache and I just thought that is such a problem as well. So it's compounded. It's it's now the alcohol is now the painkillers and then it's going to the Chrissy food in the morning and it's going to be sure that it's it's not winning. There's no good here. So. When I dined in Adana your those issues I'm drinking would tire. Even more conscious of what I'm eating I'm Kia and I love that feeling a little bit more than the.

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"pule" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"pule" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"You're listening to defy. Calls from world wide. If you'd like your bit of support to change your relationship with all cult them peace check head on membership program on weld without wine dot com. If the listeners about Cyprus springer sixty, six days of sobriety. So it's quite a bit but we do sixty six days because if you can stay alcohol free full such a long period than your building in new neural pathway said going forward it's it's much easier. So Tokens through your experience with those sixty six days. You must remember four six as I had tried on my own chewed moderate right I. Try to say this they that's the I'm just drinking. I'm just buying this for the weekend before this day is even over that party is over because I. Normally stacked around lunchtime so I had been trying another. Okay. So here's a group. Support structure it's going to find and I think the fest we Kazaa over IGA. I did to a made it up to day five 'cause I started on a Sunday. So by the time at which Friday for me, it was like Oh my way I went through Thursday without even thinking of wine when I was. But I made it. So as not what you call it when you y power light. Then I went through Friday with great difficulty and Saturday morning I disowned myself going to the coastal in buy wine I was of shame and embarrassment and non-military anyone in the group of just that again mandate. I been said today but you see the thing is then I drank more I don't know why he drank think I two bottles that Saturday and then Sunday then Monday I was mortified into the groove in SSD failed and USO kind genetic signal it's normal. Very, few people at and go. But it wasn't. It wasn't to be took me another seven if not aid tries. So our guest today seven. Eight day nine drop again, say ten drop again eventually dot to know at made me push through by day ten is was with my general in of pennant paid by I. said there is no way I am drinking wine I asked to finish it and I pushed until they twenty a day twenty six felt on weird and I wanted schlage and I was drinking rask's and. Drinking Milo in itching. Back, remember as Ligon the group that is this normal in again you said Oh it's absolutely normal your body's used to show the conveyed grapes from the been yet. So, go with it but reduce eventually. And after a month. I was I was so proud of myself in the something about the pride that will push you to go. The cravings where they cravings were always the that you can manage it they get better and better. After the day sixty six at year I made it. I want to thank myself with a champagne. Hotel. In my mind I did not just have two glasses of champagne and. You know you're still. Ran with been for five hours and I was begging shame and embarrassment. Just I don't understand what was I didn't get it. I kept trying. Trying. Beacons without which I'll do the now overbeck again, which is basically where I am now I am at a place where am. If I were to quantify it and it's something that I'm terrified to do because I wanted to just do genital might drinking was I think I have to? But I'm scheduled to do it because it will show me the retrial. Cal. State currently drinking slightly more way better than before this expect more than what you want. So honest with you I think. I do weekends without. So this weekend's way now I'm going to skip it's in my consciousness in my mind it's let something a full goten but I have more power to say, no, skip this weekend and then I find that among when example I'd say okay next weekend down hair. And then I will have. But. I don't know how to have two classes away south. Say No next to two classes only. I can't have that I That I. finished the Damn border. And that's the way I am sitting and Yeah. It magazine it really dance I love. I love your idea about journaling because generally is so powerful less you know. journaling you'll can relationship with alcohol was happening and that could be book three. Yeah not through death making to the started with line it. Is He oh, leap I to be completely alcohol free is that where you're heading all a you hockey just to be a bit more aware and suits keep trying to cut down. You. Know if I had to be honest, I'm under offense soon. But the big. The big part of me wants to drop it completely and I'll tell you why Now that I know what it is now that I know that. A very addictive drug. and. Looking at my life and we want to go with my life and the things that want to do with people in healing and really just becoming better visions of ourselves. It then follows that the wind can't be a part of it. especially the way I've been drinking. If However I am able to be that galaxy can have a glass or two of wine wines and. Then that's fine. But my fear is I don't think I'm that girl and you see that makes me emotional suddenly while. You know I would say for most of us. In people in the tribe what once you've come across the line with the with your drinking, it's very halt get back. So I would say to you with your way you you are with your mindset amendments. Continue. To to try to moderate jeep trying. And if remember that one and a half of wine, a week is the so-called sacred limit. So if you drinking malls in that than you can be putting your health at risk none of that they were drinking if you can keep a level than than, that's great. But if you call if you keep failing and failing falling off final. and. Then than it really is time to quit. Is tough united difficult quit but you about pushing through you and you were doing the sixty six. Say It is a matter of pushing through and most people in our community They have a tough few months maybe up to six row the miserable getting stung but then it stung none it's the new normal and they feel so much better their chiefs and many more sayings. So it's you know that's where I disagree with the AFC now I don't think it's one day at a time for the rest of your life ago. To label.

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"pule" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"pule" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"The only thing to alcohol calls calls without why? Just, kind of sneaks up on he does not. Tell. told me a how it was. Sir just before you. You signed for Sopa Spring was it was quite hectic. Then AAC's okay. So what then happened was my business went under I wind back home and I found myself not being able to be in that house with my parents without wine. so it would make. Out of my groceries, even if I was in the one bengals, mom was willing to the of only put on the list by a white wine had become my thing now and foundry wine. A bid. It would flare up my sinuses the something in the red wine that is aggravated them. So I then gravitated to seven blind and Chevrolet in particular Shabina speed. And and it was it became almost day. You know the only time I wouldn't drink would be mendacious because the Monday, New Jersey Som- Wednesdays, heavy glass, but you know with with few ED. Amid that y'all now. and. So by the time I. Was Not in my mid eighties almost five studying the sales business I was a fool on. This Day Friday Saturday Sunday, drinking a full bottle. Mom. If I go out because some, you can go to Rosebank in trends. White. Who? I? It would be by the time I get home in the evening at probably already had to agree with friends and out. The last one was it's now a habit the last one in whom and have driven at. Two. So when did it become? When did I realize that this is a problem. Honest. Honest. Honest with you because this is an honest. It was two, thousand and six. Hundred, fifteen eighty nine, you know about to ten fourteen in you look at your body, my body looked we only said a nice slim body and I used to pride myself of not having a macabre in in our lung. It's. Suddenly I had this Weird Bay. And people would argue that no, it's it's it's a you Tang forty. This things happen because I'm a knowledge personality Leeann who have to get rid of a belly and then suddenly I see. Should Abadie Alcohol Bailey mummy. Bailey and. I had an alcohol ever-so-slightly, but it was the. And then I started googling about alcohol and the sugar in the redressing and I tried to use them at eighty nine. Didn't wait. A ten forty you know when you ten forty, you went up healthy I stopped eating made. I tried to address need and I trade to reduce alcohol. If Account. And then whatever is in Gen the hemos stated becoming. A Bit Haida you know you'd have a bottle of wine the hello feel like you've had. Three. and. It would last longer in affected my mood in affected, my body is saying on our. Would recover by Wednesday. You know feel like okay it's a myself again. But it went on and on any do wattage me. Why is weighing doing this to me because you know I like it and people say drink that much was check with others you know check with. Drinking. And I knew that it probably hit started offering me when I started asking. How much drinking I think I'm drinking too much and people would always tell you not because we are on the same. You're not drinking remember and so that went drinks whisky you only drink wine people would say you only drink when. There is I never. Saw Anything has on his. No one is sophisticated. Not Mine is fine that would just sort of make overreacting. But. then. I moved to the Carol. In twenty seven. The man that I was in a long distance relationship, which with eventually, we look maybe come here. It's quiet when you're sick and tired of job anyway, which is starting run out of US wife was. Time. And the beauty is he doesn't drink. He's not a drinker never drank get on and I thought. Can Manage my alcohol because he doesn't drink. But he loved that I. You know. Who felt that make of you believe that I don't drink that much just out of my lifestyle and ninety took. It is killing me. one evening. I remember I head head wage munch and I. I. grew up the next day. It was just a mass gen I, remember new. Knuckle Gin you rumbling how do I get rid of a hanged by? Well without wine and. Something saying weld without wine is very scary. Because it means what kind of is I mean we went away but he just wanted. To. Say. And it's almost like an once you spot something and unsupported when you see something and then. So weld without Weinstein it's showing up on my timeline on my. Face. and. Eventually I think it was two thousand and nineteen win was really hours of the morning all over again and they went on world without wine and I subscribed couldn't find anything details somehow, and you have a what's up the Meccan. Trying to pay what they do a signal gear than I paid the night join just six.

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"pule" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"pule" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"Now series. Two of all podcast is focusing on the importance of taking a break from alcohol. As we move towards the launchable third sober spring challenge. So Spring Twenty, twenty starts on the first of September I'm provides online audio and community support for sixty six alcohol-free free dates will be interviewing people that have done. So spring challenge in the past, because we want to give you an insight into how it feels to try a prolonged period of time without alcohol after all, when did you loss go for sixty six days without having a drink? Today's interview is the lovely Lebeau. She's an entrepreneur, an teacher at stretch with Lebeau Pula on a sought after speaker on leadership gender issues. She's also the author of two books and podcast herself. I'm going to put all of her info in the show notes. So please check her out. She's a really interesting laid. Now I met by when she signed up. So spring last year. Like, many of us she's got a really complicated relationship Velka Hall. So. Let's hear a bit more from. Lebeau. So it was born in Braid, in a township called Alexandra in Johannesburg. At Eighteen, I studied my first job at the bank has National Bank. I hated everything about it. I hated everything about wake. But what? Seemed to be me waking for myself. So that is a nutshell and writes extensively about that in my I did in my story, they can buy the it's called alone napping Alexandra on a personal note I'm I'm a mom to three kids and my daughter's I told her headed sixteen that I had my son is twenty two, and then the baby, the baby's is twelve. It's the Bang I don't care who says what? As so it's my is twenty eight to my son is twenty two and the baby's eighteen. Simultaneously on social media I am hosting inspirational staff. The things that you know I'm posting about my life I e teaching because I'm an avid reader. into the retrial world of energy and all bed. So that side of me is growing why the businesses doing in. Later on someone said to me you know what maybe should focus on these things that giving free on social media may create a group may try something end to cut a long story short this is how I became that I started the on strike. where I have online students who lend from pay for my services to you've got quite a following up night stone-faced. Really. Yeah Major Nice brand. Actual Radio Book Sound Fascinating. So. Let's talk about the wind. Shall we lead? Way during world, without. One compensation. So tell me when wine I came into your life. The. Time, I had wine or alcohol which became part of my life was soon after I started my business exquisite interiors. And it happened very insidiously will be taking giant out and for for lunch of did not. As hectic things and attack and say, no, I have a whiskey. Oh, I'll have savannah or via heroin. And Who said to me heavy glass of wine tribal raid because the was the thing. And it was a lunch hour and I remember just loving the smell of it. It was a mellow. And he was teaching me because he was a wind. And it was teaching me different united six. So wine came into my life in a very sexy sophisticated way. Honestly Jen it it was really never a problem for me was. It was a good life to him glass of wine on Friday and another one on a Saturday. It was a billion barely slow move to. A whole bottle and I used to think about a button would last the whole week. I would have a bottle of serving or blind in the fridge and I will head on this day and then maybe finish it next week. But by the time that business was getting clearly hectic I. Just always headed I out always have a glass of wine. Or Two, and then Fridays out finish a bottle in justify that know people do that. It's normal. You know. So it started that way in my late twenties.

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How Dreams Kicks Off PS4's Exciting 2020

Beyond!

08:01 min | 1 year ago

How Dreams Kicks Off PS4's Exciting 2020

"My name. Of course Johnson. Norman I'm joined by Lucy O'Brien as well as from media molecule abby. Happy and Trevan Ready. Thank you so much both for joining us. Of course we're here in the week of dreams is launch. It's finally here. It's after pretty lengthy but very exciting early access period coming into the launch. And I think just to start things off of how are you both in house. The studio feeling dreams as much. How is that and I mean we? I feel good yeah. I'm armie law. It's being that early. Access is being was the first of the access we ever have done. And the Ho- phase itself has Bain nine. We've learned loads just seen so much and it's like getting to the stage where we're actually opening it up to brought a new audience with which really hard it fixing loads of the bugs adding new features and so yeah. It feels a little bit like that moment the night before so few it is Super Proud of the community and the team everything that they've done but yeah it's it's it's exciting the community in particular like we we add. We've talked about it. In previous beyond episodes right she's slightly obsessed with the dreams community primarily because you know video game communities these aunt always known for being the most positive spaces and believe it or not you first and the dreams community is sore positive and is creating such incredible stuff and I I just I mean. Has that helped you from day. One just that that spirit that that community is head. Yeah I mean. Of course it's it's it's such a I mean it just today what we I mean it. Just last week we can break the fourth wall. Yeah but the the community did this amazing thing where everybody just made videos for us telling us what dreams meant them and it was like I woke up. I cried a lot of For watching every single one of them and and looking at the response on twitter but it was just it just you know it was a community member gentleman Tom and Dori who organized nice to it and it's just like it's amazing. That kind of stuff is like gives you what you need to keep going and doing things because this isn't just you know a a launch. It's like we. We have so many other things coming dreams and we have so much support that we keep planning keep the wiki planning to give it and you know to get that kind of a response back because because like incredibly heartening and I think it's easy to sort of forget like when your heads down and you're working hard who you're doing it for and our community never let us do route. which is amazing was there? I saw those What dreams mean to me videos? I assume was that a surprise to the. Yeah that's what I saw. Aw Did yeah yeah we did things like say project. Genesis made a trailer the other day which was just as brilliant trailer and same thing shot but then this morning it was just like Abbie was like you're not gonNa make it through through a minute. Yeah Good Luck Yeah. Yeah it's a after the team. The team on twitter have been ACA. I feel so far. We are far away from them right now but like I'm so happy for them that all of the work that we've put in they get to experience this kind of response on so big. Thank you to gorgeous community but yeah that's it it's been really lovely and it's kind of been like that since day. One really Beta and prior to that with hatch. Let's talk to us about like the length of time. Dreams is taken and make a lot of these people being with us on that journey and have just cheated US along so it's kind of felt like the media molecule pule. Drains team is much larger than most of us in the studio because it should have been on it with us. Yeah Yeah it's it's it's cool. I have a question turn on that. She won't because I remember when I was still living in sitting and do you remember I remember. This was so many years ago. Or so when I host thing Eh bar I think it was. It was in Sydney's I and it was like when dreams was it was is it was a reality but it was still it was early days. Yeah so we were talking about it still very conceptually. There wasn't a huge amount of light. This is exactly exactly what it is. This is what it looks like this play. It was still very much like this is what we want to make. And this is where our heads are at. And this is what our ideas and dreams Sort of looking you know so close to launch is it is it. What you envision back then? The final product talks has it. I mean I can only imagine. It's changed dramatically from what you imagined. It's that plus so much more. Aw I think the thing that we were talking about back then was we. Were showing snippets of Gameplay of characters wondering around scenes We had like Maya was also with me and she was demonstrating sculpting and kind of showing the versatility of that. And the puppets. So that phase. Yeah you're right. It was still the point where we hadn't had the eclipse the thing I call the eclipses like this moment hand waving and talking is eclipsed by what you actually see on the screen and what you can experience and when I think that you know we got to the point where the tools were doing everything we could see stuff from the internal team in the crater Alpha but it really was the access where that where I think ought be. Oh a real sense that all that stuff we'd spoken about in Jillions of meetings way back when about flow state and performance and creativity and ballet and like all these like just had lots of conversations about how do you create tools allow people to put their style up onto the screen and suit of genre. Ben See not kind of just in one place and if I think about those conversations to now too early access like it's amazing. It's the PASTA DREAMS THAT IS A. I'm you know I think an amazing place debate. You know like every we see everything from the Polish games all the way through to the fringe see stuff and even beyond that. So it's like it's it's like so awesomely emotional dream Surf Jeff. Just so we do a lot of South Dakota so being between all the game with that early access period. was there anything in particular because obviously you were putting up these tools for the first time in letting that community on master to finally get their hands on. was there anything in particular or a few things that really stuck out to you to your development that surprised you that the community was doing with these tools. Like there's yeah of course I mean the short answer is of course I mean long answers. There's just so many things and so many people that I could highlight like the people who use it and really different ways. Tannock alloys always always really interesting because he takes sort of I call them sort of like the magician of dreams because he relies on these tricks with a camera and other stuff to you know sort of make dreams do things like make you know balls roll from one end of the screen to the other when you move it or he made like a pool table that when he turned his TV. Flat and Rena Yeah like he's just made like really clever. Yeah he made a violin with the with the Dias and so you know people using it and really in creative ways like that. I think is always surprising. There's a few people who took the tools Robots who did the gate like that was something we looked at when like I. Don't oh how that's

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"pule" Discussed on Think: Digital Futures

Think: Digital Futures

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"pule" Discussed on Think: Digital Futures

"Reason people should do or try a digital talks is simply about recharging and the idea that you would use that to reconnect with yourself and reconnect with nature and reconnect with others in a face-to-face ray so partly this idea of returning to something a more quote unquote authentic way of life. I think that's definitely where where it came from. What do you make of the digital detox retreat? I mean I think as an idea or as a as a retreat I don't think it's necessarily chromatic because it offers thinks like meditation in Yoga and healthy food overseas does nothing wrong with that. I think that fundamentally the underpinning it is this assumption that Somehow that's going to address a problem which of course it isn't because you go way on your on your treats while you still got to come back to an in books. I would've emails smartphone for notifications and so on so it's kind of it's a bit of a a a short term fix for a problem that is larger it also incensed to individualize the problem. It's up to us as individuals to deal with this. One of the ways of doing that is like on a digital detox retreat traits. Natasha also worries that the underlying message of the digital detox reinforces an unhealthy narrative about our relationship with technology side of reconnecting with his. You'll fence excel with nature and this idea. The technology somehow is something that takes us away from the authentic life. It's something that takes away from some kind of Pule. Wholesome awesome life and I think that's that's actually really unhealthy? way of thinking about technology is really helpful. Well because technologies are invented they just become more and more embedded in our lives. They don't disappear. Do you think. There's a cultural view that if we're present in the digital world old or we engage with digital technologies that that's inauthentic sort of sub courage when you read a lot of the work that stunt around the as well as you read. What's in the media? There is. This idea is the technology is a force for evil. They're forced the good but also a force for evil. And you see a chicken I think in this school says around the relationship between children regime how children a using technology and and how no children should be playing outside and they should be a nature and they shouldn't be stuck in front of screens day. Now you might agree with that on March agree with that an and I have three children and so I kind of see that as well first hand I think these are not either rules. That's the problem I think is that presented the rules. And so the idea that technology kind of leads to inauthentic Somchai and getting away from technology leads back to authenticity. I think that's a false false binary this binary understanding of technology. Natasha believes is what makes us. Quick to call Al Use of digital technologies addictive behavior. She recognizes that for some digital addiction is a serious problem but argues it's damaging to label behavior addictive when it isn't how can we dismantle that binary yes well. That's absolutely the question that has interested and preoccupied me in my own research in this area is how do we get away from that. Binary is very very difficult cool so the research that I've done is trying to think about how technology is simply providing new ways ways of doing things that we've always done so it's not about intrinsically the technology itself being good or bad it's thinking about okay. Well let's look at what what people actually using these technologies fool she. They're using them to read books using them to read news happening in the world they using them to communicate indicate that using them to show. They're using them to bank. So if you start looking at it that way it gets us away from treating technology as kind of a monolithic expanding start looking at the different functions purposes and then that makes it easier to say are we can see that these ways of using technology Arashi no different to the things. We've always done before. Obviously there are other ways in which people using technology which will problematic but then those things always existed like this big debate around children's access to pornographic material using technology online pornography it has always existed. It's just a different full that it's taking now to look at that begins to get us away from the polarizing debates between technology is false for good or evil. We shouldn't demonize the technology. It's really important. I think not to demonize it because because long term this is how allies will be played out. This is how things will get done. The technology is here to stay.

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"pule" Discussed on Analog(ue)

Analog(ue)

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"pule" Discussed on Analog(ue)

"And when when that happens, not only do not have the time to anything else because I'm just going going going all day long. But beyond that, I rather go into a completely blind. Because I think that they're. Are some amount of advantage to just giving the raw like feedback that you come up with right off the cuff based on almost no facts? And only what little you've seen go by that far. So far that day. I don't have a hot fos roll about this. I kind of make it up depending on the thing. So there are times where I don't wanna listen to people's opinions because then I can't clearly have my own. Yeah. Like, I I'm not able to clearly form my own opinion. And so when I used to interview people a lot I would never live consume interviews around the time. The I was going to interview them if they were because OB stuff where like for a while like people would guest on shows a lot of I wouldn't listen to any of the shows that someone might be going on. So it's like, you know, like I remember there were times where like Makoto Welker released over cost for the first time. I believe I interviewed him about it. Right. And he was like doing stuff sort of surpress stuff. And I wasn't. Reading any of it except for like Pule reviews of the app. I didn't wanna see what people asking him more. What he how hey was honoring them. Right. So then I would be able to just ask what I wanted to let the compensation full in that way. So if interview stuff, especially if it was about a specific thing, I would try not to consume too much. So I could have I felt was a more natural conversation. But there will be times where like there is a thing that may be I don't fully understand and being able to hear like youth retook about it being able to hear like Federico voice. He's talked about it is like that is useful to me as a way to to contextualized something that's happening, especially if it is a complexity level that I struggle with. Yeah. Yeah. So it it differs. I don't have a hard and fast rule about this. Yeah. Generally speaking, I agree. It's not hard and fast rule for the most part with the exception of try to try to upgrade if again, but it varies from time to time. Yeah. So in. To space scrape scrape huddle, what are your favorite apple watch bans? That's a good one. My gr- what the actual term for this. But the gray that came with the series three. And I think it's not gray at some like that's not space gray either. But there's some name Artic gray or something like that. I don't like what is this? It's a sport. What they're asking. Okay. Gotcha. I almost always wear the sport band. I always wanted the link bracelet, but was too cheap to buy one. I bought a very cheap knockoff millones, which I like, but have mostly stopped wearing a listener was kind enough to find one of the first edition pride bans, apple pride bands. And send it to me this full. They sold them. Right. Yeah. This was before. And I I think that this was one that they may be never sold the only sold briefly. I don't remember. I might details wrong. But basically, it's like a rainbow, and it's a like a nylon ring sold them both that was one that was just a rainbow, and there was one that was white rainbow stripes on it and them both for employees first and then sold them late. I have the retail rainbow won the fuss him, and I think that's what I have to. It's just that idea the window. And so I think lamented on analogue of if memory serves, oh, I missed the window. I really wish I had got one, blah, blah, blah. And the listener was kind enough to send one to me, which I still wear that. Time time actually just looked at the other day and realized I had worn it in a while. I love it. Yeah. But other than that. That's basically all got I do. Swap the color of my sport banned from time to time. I only have a couple of them. But like when I go to UVA football games. I'll wear I bought knockoff sport loops whatever they're called on Amazon's they're really kind of crummy quality..

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"pule" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"pule" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"I it makes me feel very fortunate that I I started you know, there and to have risen to where I am now. I feel like it's been a felt like it was a long journey and at the time, but it's happened. So quickly it's humbling, but at the same time, it's been a great journey. A great ride working for Scott was it's it's you know, he's he's a tough guy. He's tough to work for. But it was a great experience for me. And something that those experiences helped me immensely when I got into coach. And even now, I tell the story I did a I was I was in charge of doing the boards. And what that means is, you know, when the waiver wire came out, I would go, and, you know, Scott had every team, you know, every transaction that I had to make sure, you know, his board was correct. And his big thing was one wrong all wrong. So he couldn't get anything wrong on the board. And if you did you are in the office, and you you're going to hear about it. So it it taught me that you know, you had to be meticulous yet to be, you know. Oh right on the details. And that's that's date with me. How did he pluck you at a Boston College in two thousand three I had a source named Hasselback told me that the Hasselback some sort of a role in that is that accurate or not? I've got a great relationship with. Nathaniel Hasselbeck us one I spent the most time with third hassle Becker spent the most time with him at Boston College. He's a great friend still, you know, Texas with him the other day, and you know, his dad, Don, obviously is has been a mentor to me. So he put in a good word when I interviewed wrote a letter every team patriots got back to me along with a few other teams, not all of them. And I got an interview I guess I did a decent job half decent job. Don, put an award. Good word for me along with you know, Tom O'Brien, and you know, a few others, and I got lucky in and landed landed the gig and not just put my head down and worked my way up and we talked about going from Boston College to go for for Scott Pule in the New England Patriots to being the head coach of a room to being in this chair. Now where you're the head coach dolphins..

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"pule" Discussed on Download This Show

Download This Show

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"pule" Discussed on Download This Show

"If you've got a friend who's only on messenger and your own. What's happened only on WhatsApp, you should be able to message across those platforms. This really interesting questions that rises obviously Facebook has just had issue off to issue pretty much the past year longer around privacy steak. So there's a lot of questions being asked about encryption about whether those three platforms Nate to merge because you've got very different us bases. And whether ultimately, I guess the question is whether what's up uses will lose out. This is what I was gonna say because a Jonah like there's been an increasing move to like have your communications handle from one device the other suddenly apple of my quite popular where you can do text messages from your laptop you can do technically from you. Find not get is your FaceTime to spy on someone else's. Gone that I missed that. It was already. Oh, yes. Yes. But, but what's happened particular is it's whole brand personality is like the idea behind it is that it's raising private that. It's it's hived off from the rest of your communications. In fact, the founders quit. Yeah. Instagram's founders, and I think it's like the way it's been reported laces zuckerberg's kind of looking around the landscape and go wait a second. I have all of these things own them. All I have. Why don't I make a castle? Exactly exactly what together. And they're always thinking about this this morning. I am kind of like took a temporary leave of absence from Instagram for a while. Because I was sick of seeing photos of the beach while I was in London. And and I had a friend of mine who was like Instagram I've been sending you like direct messages on Instagram three months. I haven't heard anything from you. Like, there are people who use certain channels certain things and early that. Yeah. When they reported the doesn't really, but it is. It's a really big thing and question because I thought the same thing I was like who is using. I will damn something of vital when I wanna share it with a friend. Sometimes we'll have in the same day. It'll go across messenger, text, Kohl's Instagram. But it's anyone really using the Dan feature of Instagram really heavily dudes reckoned sliding today. Said yes centigrade with you. Well hydrated. Thank you very much. Not I was gonna say, I I get PayPal messaging made on Instagram, and it's a very specific on onto person. Just makes it sound Sadie. But like, it's different people brain just the different channels. And I think what's interesting as well. As what kind of reported is that like Facebook knows your name and your identity. What's happened? The knows your phone numbers. When you stop putting those two things together you have a trust issue and a privacy issue. But ultimately he can sell ads cross platform. And I don't wanna be that guy. I am from like from Pule finance perspective. It's a gold mine. Just waiting to happen. The he came in here with rust. In you. As always fun, though. Because you take the Adlan perspective, and I take the insane. Tinfoil hat privacy knock perspectives. But I agree with you. And I think that's where he's going. Both agree that I got going to have a stumbling block right because it's action it's going to be very difficult to integrate those and they've been saying back on actually that easy to pull together all site like the functionality of Instagram diem and messenger Nayed work as there is on site. What you will about all of them. What's have works? It's it's a simple user and device it generally works. It's reliable. It has a clear value proposition Facebook messenger, things get lost this spam. And a lot of it's crazy photos off at now. Yeah. And then Instagram messenger, like the home mechanism where like people will send you a message which in itself is an invite to follow them. Like this max, no saying, it is I I know these people billions of dollars but Instagram instruments into And I and. miss dreadfully designed products. But if you're going to spend your money and your Maga, so spend your queens of dollars saga does. Yes. Zaka Dulles Zaka bucks Zucker box is when you spend your lock box where are you going to spend do you gonna spend it on proving improving user experience? I think from the pasta someone who wasn't editorializing might say that that is probably not the user experience that they're going to do or you're going to do as Jonas says make sure that you can sell cross platform you have like reams of data, but.

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"pule" Discussed on Realty Speak

Realty Speak

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"pule" Discussed on Realty Speak

"Commitment to Puerto Rico to help them lift up to the day that we finish. Wow. That's fantastic. You know, you're you throwing out these years in these dates and these time lines, and you know, we're missing this gap from when you first became a father or around fifteen and then obviously when change occurred real real distinct change occurred at twenty five that's ten years. And I got a funny feeling the story doesn't get better in those ten years. No, it doesn't build and actually it was in ten years. It was actually fifteen years 'cause you know at fifteen when the drug dealing really took off. It wasn't till. I was I didn't start using drugs heavily to become a full flown addict. To about the age. Nineteen twenty where crack cocaine really introduce yourself to my life. And I believe that in this is my personal and professional view. That crack cocaine is the most devastating drug that has come to the United States of America. I believe that crack cocaine has devastated and the Minhaj mall of the family fiber than any drug including her one and not going. I know they say that alcohol kills more people than any other drug, and I understand that. But the devastation Bill that crack did I seen Bill I'm not lying to you. I seeing women coming to crack houses selling their babies. You know, I remember myself taking my coat and Pule winter Pule winter selling my coat. I mean, you know, the degradation the isolation. Not caring about myself about my dignity. I was I've always been a proud Puerto Rican and in how I carry myself. And my mother raised me to be a strong individual. And I just allow myself to degradate to almost nothing to almost animalistic level Bill from the age of nineteen to the age of twenty nine I drag myself through the ground like through mud. I mean, I was I was below the dirt right in the way that I was living from the really of twenty from really life from nineteen eighty four. That's when the crack epidemic really blew up, and I tell you Bill that I'm going to share this which audience. As a crack user, I smoked crack cocaine from the age of nineteen to the age of thirty right? And those eleven years were the most degrading time in my whole entire life. I remember when I was kidnapped and helpful ransom to some of the drug dealers came and pay ransom to that kidnapper. So that they wouldn't kill me, you know, on that same blog..

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"pule" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"pule" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"That's possible. It reminds been talks about how left is so negative. Right. She goes to a Brown. Alexandra accustomed Cortez thing and gets the exact opposite, especially and then maybe went Tucker's like you're fired and you'd have healthcare anymore. Maybe that will be the next lesson. Right. Ongoing nervous. This this notion of of conservatives being afraid that the left in some way offer some vision that is like too sugary into the trap here is that it actually sounds great. Is an old construct in fact back in fubu are. The book that Stephen Cheryl, and I wrote back in two thousand six. Well, we had a clip let's put that clip up there not a clip a a story about a guy name Dr Paul Cameron. He was the founder of the Family Research institute and the unfortunately named ISIS which was the institute for the scientific investigation sexuality. This is real. I feel might actually have something that's similarly named and program, right? He was a huge figure in the rights attempt to marginalize LGBT people. And this is a a clip of something that he wrote this is from. This is I think it might be an interview that Robert Dreyfuss did with him back in nineteen ninety nine. If you isolate sexuality is something solely for one's own personal amusement. And all you want is the most satisfying orgasm, you can get. And that's what homosexuality seems to be been homosexuality seems to powerful to resist the evidence is that men do a better job on men and women. I'm not I'm not clear where this evidence lies. But it's possible. He reviewed the evidence. He's seen a lot of documentaries about this and women on women. If all you're looking for is orgasm, I'm convinced that lesbians are particularly good seducers. It's pure sexuality. It's almost like pure heroin. It's such a rush. They are committed in almost they religious way. As opposed to the religious people committed in religious way. This early listening small-scale nations to watch porno, and they'll take enormous risks. Do anything marital sex terra tends toward the boring yet? And generally, it doesn't liver the kind of sheer sexual pleasure that homosexual sex does over the job avoi- is over. I think in the book we said our apologies to MRs Dr Cameron, but that's the whole story here. Right. Like, the problem with the idea as a parent you're susceptible to this message that your kid deserves healthcare and education. And it's so alluring that you will actually may be sign up to have your kid, get health care and education and then. Your kid will have health care and an education part of me wishes. I was still religious. So I could tell women that she's probably listening to to Satan when. From this there. But for the grace that's not God that Satan? Well, there you have folks the daily caller. But you know, it's awesome about that story is it is the most click story, I would bet on daily caller probably for the week. And so they're going to do more of these like, I went to an AO C rally, and she promised that people would get the opportunity to go to college for free. Let's not shy away from this not only do these of college. They deserve Pule heroin will will not going to shy away from it. Any bull Pule gay? How Ron Pule not stepped odds straight from the poppy fields of pockets. Good slow pure heroin organic you'll Heller with August. Okay. Look in my opinion, the go to Denmark. There's a lot more Pule, however with orgasms, and there's no reason why we should that. All right. We were playing with this last night on the team Bs post game because Jordan Peterson actually said recently that this was this was really amazing piece of work. Actually, we should play that. Yeah. Let's just play that. Why not? Let's just give them the full full entree here. A little bit of double dips today. But this stuff is too good to not do. So let's play Jordan Peterson talking to a very dumb, Stephen Crowder. Jordan Peterson can set up this video clip forest, actually, earn appears exactly gig. Hey, Dr Peterson original reason, we're going to have you on. We know we're going to have Lindsey on was you seen..

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"pule" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"pule" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"James in the ova probably locally approach to the rice on the new records, totally blown away by how Mahala hit is not focused this exam. That was something that we decided before we'd written the songs with broken about the source of the. The angle that we're going to go for is like pills doesn't mess around those. It's like two minutes, forty, six, just Pule cheese. Yeah, yeah, it's a Piel malady. The callers came with no guitar called anything to. So not into me. The malady just came on of only once before which was pass it on. But then it was in a sack Luna couldn't get back from there because it was just of like malady and it just kept coming by. So then a sense it to rich richer, you co producers, one of his mates who had been speaking to Mike calls from a kid, and I was like, I'm stuck on melody Yam. I need someone outside of anything. None of them with to just have a look at it. And then we just came in BUSTER sung out in a couple of hours where back from the cars, it's one of those kind of sounds like it's always been around that kind of I could see being kind of a country. Classical something that you rework paper say l. so you had sent off to mind kind of when I was doing it, I was just thinking of at the side to hear sung or wish the beach boys recorded in the eighties right with Jeff Lynne. And I have decided to kinda going around me. I didn't feel specter or something. Ron melody gadget started singing melody, but have decide era of the fast line, but I was trying to fit in. You know what the dream in the world is on fire at that was a good line for song and when rich recyc- got some codes, it could be just so not over the vets. Sometimes if you just get something that natural your end up in like a loop me in heaven all time, we'll send each other the song because you can't see once you in the loop peacock get out of. So is it mainly used to develop the ideas then? I think it's different every time really eels sometimes you do sometimes it obey ref. Sometimes it will be a title Olsen Dahl sets it off and put the music. Yeah, we're gonna rest that actually g go in with a fish track with the band that bit. So, yeah, yet the arrangements and all other. Together really sometimes not be the only I want it to be like this is line like instrumental Hokkaido's from, oh, you'll have a riff, mostly, you kinda play the song. Sometimes I have an idea and then just too much better than the idea that you'll have times. Like if me a song game aware, an kind of take it and make it a performance so we can show everyone right. And then everyone will just show to join in, you know, when it's still yet trim in the FOX's is the. Yeah. Yeah. I always think in if you can say. So in tune off three minutes? Yeah, temping mate books. Yes. Really harsh on yourself because you got the touch the things we didn't to be so good. No, no, we didn't come to the experience on he'd get so touch descent. Out something. Thanks make you, but it's never that less is more some once you've got it all your ideas town, taking someone always solved the problem, it's interest as well. He said you kind of make it a performance when you show it to the band like so like even after all this time you go to sell in a way. But I mean in in the way of like Samy Nicaragua songs yet, I'm the one who's calling sing it. Right. So if it's like sweet release virus, just going around the fast, vast kind of it was like the beat up on the shows like how the make got into Carl Choon..

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"pule" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"pule" Discussed on Little Atoms

"Gamut between you know very pule rebel leader to found it and often depends on who you are what you call them how you described them and sometimes they're clearly you the can you be both on the same day and that fighting over property there's a lot there's a huge minnesota and it was completely chaotic i think i think that was very difficult and also is one of my grandmother's sons who is incredibly ill died at the same time is on so i think that's very traumatic time i sort of on pump from youth and selective forgetting how you manage so join the the wartime you're lost yeah gets back and the family again prosper for while and the emperor on the roc but then things will negate and then he sort of denounced imprison and and it becomes your grandmother's role than basically petition the coal for for his freedom and this goes on for a number of years what happened so yeah he he was imprisoned never quite entitled to the bottom of of why but he's imprisoned and she having been seduced having lived in own runner household and not really gone very far apart from chacha maybe couple of relatives houses she went to see him in prison and he said well i don't think get basically get an entirely fair trial here go to sabah and she having never been to as of laughed and went and i mean she would've been she would have been in her early thirties she already had ten pregnancies by that point but she was she was young and she was suddenly.

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"pule" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me

Talk Filmy to Me

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"pule" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me

"And for some reason they fed out massively and they she wanted to walk away from the show and they fruit together this last episode badly and he's a great tv show highlights to recommend watching it and then us tv show they kind of just wound up to make everyone happy well it was i we're talks about some some tv shows that that didn't know when to go there so pressing tv shows that did not the familiar the great example breaking bad like they they designed it so well and there's the site they probably didn't know it open a go to five seasons i'm some people say six but it was just the timing on that anyway i kept it to a limited scope they of z progress the character they then obviously walter tidies come he doesn't sell off into the sunset and i think very close to a perfect experience for tv show yeah brad down as interesting consult finish imposing your heart strings you just love the action in it as well score everything and the ending is perfect yeah they do kick you in the booze for about ten episodes who've jesse like you say that guy guys through pule hill which if you think about in sons of anarchy i kind of troy and do that we've juice where basically he he goes to prison and he literally yeah enjoy the worst treatment a person can experience on a regular basis but that does not have a fraction of the emotional white is what you do for jesse when he goes through in in breaking back completely different shows i think i think you summarize our mini shows more perfect now by won't just to go back slightly we forgotten the most obvious tv show the most most obvious that should never gone for as long as he did what can you figure it.

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"pule" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"pule" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Yeah during the oscars can thus me if the results were online would you just go online or would you wanna see the pageantry which can the asked me on the notices this any awards show we ever see together it's her way of looking at me going you like this we what are we doing in my defensive you could just watch the super bowl sicle nar on your phone would you do that or the mike are you actually intend i could just have friends overcome why i come over i got to make up this weird thing through its zoo because that would be my i would be like come to my oscar party and no one's paying attention so i thought that's what we're doing meanwhile keith is turning the volume up in at some point i pressed mute because we were on commercial i never got a bigger death threat oh yeah oh yeah it's on the commercial he's like what are you talking about i'm like i'm really sorry this part of this thing you yeah for the record i understand watching football but they still like i enjoy the oscars i do not enjoy football was four hours i liked it even better would it be like you want a longer but do you really she'll its value upset so sensitive unkind i like somebody tripping on their way up the saga i'd like to see the actors tried to add libs if they ever brain also good yeah and i see that the for sale online and i wanna see jordan pule speech i wanna see what chapelle has to say as a prisoner at all of that you can watch in 20 minutes you know what i mean like they don't really let they don't really let you see all the south in the way these yet i feel like you can't when you try to search frossard clips of so many ads i was amazed by how many ads were in that ceremony i mean i knew they were like that but it's like this the.

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"pule" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"pule" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"A p like whatever buehler buehler sound yeah eighths yahaya nobody yeah all ten of you could we just keep shooting back to meryl streep let's keep going again the camera person was like intel they whenever she quit if you remember her speech whenever then did she says two words inclusion rider what she means by that is as an actor in your contract you can say you are invoking an inclusion rider which means i will only perform if you include diversity in your fill see i thought it was more for the writers because the writers when the hand in it when you buy their script lake because it's from the little fears that i not like the few theater people it seems like if you're a writer and you want that to be or a director whoever is in power you have that writer like i will be a part of this only if a could be this and also writers they are specific they're like for this part we need a white guy 27 years old so with asking writers to do is go we need any guy or any person for this or this one specific but but you know if it doesn't have anything to do with the colour of your skin or with your gender please allow that to not be a specific role so that more people can apply nava supporting actress allison janney i tanya those good best actor gary oldman darkest hour best supporting actor sam rockwell three billboards this original screenplay like i said jordan pule get up best adapted screenplay james ivory colmey by your name.

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"pule" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"pule" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Of which i was not guilty because i wasn't willfully not wilfully notbaly willfully not bala requires you to know that you were suppose the file in based on my research anew that i wasn't supposed about older thornberry sarwar coming to break a vasant through sherry pule jackson who bureau back streets burgers welcome back to the show which was very special just a nice to japan through the show immune we love crypto but the it's going to talk about other room for topics uh about the iris income tax in its illegitimacy on multiple levels and we have uh one of the biggest people in the space of talked about this with a sh a sherry peel jackson did assure killed jacks dot org and check out her website in her books and would for chris to get her opinion on crypto currency before we get before july the great idea does definitely gonna do that because that keno definitely relevant to the to the topic um will set for a little bit later 'cause were in the midst of her compelling story about um the her jail time so a sharon's pick up where you left off um you made a pact not to tell people what to do not to pay or to pay their income taxes not to follow to file just to tell them to research in yet uh the government went after you any way uh and what let's let's pick that up we left off.

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