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"ryo" Discussed on Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA
"And that is going to be the gift, the grace that we can receive of peace. And not just that of authentic divine action, which will help it will call out what is my line. It will make light reveal what needs to be changed. And therefore, accountability can come into effect because that's the problem right now. People have made decisions, haven't necessarily been held accountable. And sadly, people feel powerless, and that is a real problem. There's much more of us as individuals of us who are probably more meek, more normally you want to call it that. Maybe more innocent and good natured. Where the ones who should be governing the planet, government should be listening to the people. So if we're doing it in the right way, we can make this earth better. There is war right now, but hopefully that will move on. And if it gets more crisis, which is a potential, then we will know what to do in times of crisis. We will thrive. We will survive. We will create life for the next generation to create wonderful things that can happen on the planet. And that's the best we can do. And on that note, I'm going to pass it over to a special guest now. Hello, everyone. Are you leaving? You don't want to say anything at the same time. After you? Well, hi, I mean, I just was listening to your Instagram Live, it's time to really good. Good. Hi, everyone. Are you going to I should just talk a little bit? Okay. Hi, I'm going to talk a little bit if you all want me to. How's it going? It's good to see you. Ryo, I see you're here. I was just texting with you. How funny is that? See those beautiful pictures and let me see if I can show you. This. We are in this incredible place at Tara was just saying that we're down in the four corners region. Between what Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico. It's so incredible. It really is. It's like heaven, it's heavenly. So I just wanted to say hi, this is of course Tarek's opportunity to talk to all of you, but I'm here if you have any questions and I can answer questions if you would like. Otherwise, I just wanted to say, hi, that's the main thing. And that a lot of what's hark was talking about this piece of not knowing exactly what is the where we are settled yet at such a big theme of what's going on right now in the astrology and in the world and I'm glad he addressed that because we've been talking to a lot of people who've are frustrated that things aren't solid in their lives yet and it seems that that is what the thing with your honest and Taurus is all about. So I have nothing more to add to what he said. So unless any of you have any questions for me, I'm gonna end this live, but I just wanted to say hello. While I could. And yeah, that's it. So good to see you all and I hope you are going to have a great day today and a great week. And yeah, much love to all of you. Okay, bye.
"ryo" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"From Bloomberg's European headquarters, here in London, I'm Caroline Hepburn, with this Bloomberg radio business flash. So the focus really is on rising U.S. yields. The U.S. ten year one spot 7 two 5 up by one and a half basis points and starting trading in Europe, German German yields also heading towards zero. Now at negative 7 basis points, so up by one and a half basis points. This is a shifting landscape really for investors as yields are expected to rise with the FOMC minutes. Yesterday, underlining really the hawkish pivot formed the fed, the S&P 500 E mini futures are down in the red at not even a tenth of 1% NASDAQ, even if he's also in the red for Europe, though U.S. stocks 50 futures currently down by 1.4%. You had really a very broad sell off and particularly strong tech sell off, both on Wall Street yesterday and also in Asia this morning. So the topics down more than 2% nikkei two two 5 dropping 2.8% this morning. The S&P 500 slid by 1.9% of the close yesterday, the NASDAQ tumbled 3.1%. And so we expect that perhaps to continue also in the trading sessions today, Lisa, according to the futures, the dollar and the yen both gaining oil prices are down half of 1% omicron also overshadowing in Asia in particular with more lockdowns in China, for example, WTI crew features at 7 $7 41 and a mitts all of this turmoil, Bitcoin, slumping 1.1% this morning at $43,000 just there or thereabouts. That is a big big radio business flash. Now here's the anger with more what's going on around the world's familiar. Caroline good morning and thank you. Let's start in the U.S. where president Joe Biden will mark a one year since a deadly capital insurrection by seeking to rally Democrats around voting rights legislation. He will also warn that in action, risks emboldening extremist followers of former president Donald Trump before the midterm elections. Biden and his allies in Congress plan of full slate of events today marking the January the 6th a riot. Now, North Korea said it test fired a hypersonic missile yesterday, as it continues to develop strategic weapons in a challenge to the U.S. and its allies. State media say the missile precisely hit the target more than 430 miles away, the test comes days after leader Kim Jong-un indicated nuclear talks with the U.S. were a very low priority for a peon Yang and Rio has canceled its world famous carnival street parades for a second consecutive year on a new wave of COVID infections. However, unlike last year parades of summer schools in front of seated spectators will go ahead after a relatively low in infections, Brazilian health officials are beginning to sound the alarm again as the omicron variant and flu does spread through big cities in the country. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries, and this is Bloomberg Caroline. Gosh, so no ryo carnival. Thank you so much Lee and guarantees with the world news this morning. Now let's talk about our top story, the issue driving markets, fed officials, mulling earlier and faster rate hikes than had been expected due to rising inflation. That's according to the minutes from the December FOMC minute meeting. Now after the release, we heard from a number of guests on this topic as you'd expect, I want to bring you a few of their thoughts, Michael contopus of Richard Bernstein advisers, also Brian levitt of invesco and the former Federal Reserve vice chairman Alan blinder. Powell said during the press conference very clearly, they were going to go, is this a meaningful shift to the place where the Federal Reserve is going to raise interest rates so rapidly what's changed in terms of the fed's reaction function? This is the early stages of a tightening cycle. And as we know, it's usually not the first rate hike that matters. It's usually the last one. On March the live meeting for hike. I think the only surprise, perhaps, was sort of the view on the balance sheet runoff. We should expect volatility to return to markets when we get unexpected results at a central bankers. I think so far, so good. They learn to handle that better than they did in 2013. So that was the host of our guests speaking about the FOMC minutes and where they see the fed trajectory. Let's turn to Jennifer mcewan, who is head of global economics service at capital economics, Jennifer, I'd love to have your take then on the minute and where you see the rate path now, according to Bloomberg economics, it leaves the rate path at the end of next year just shy of two and a half percent in the U.S.. How quickly do we get there? Well, I mean, I think the first thing to note is that while the fed is talking about that faster pace of tightening, that's faster than was expected pre December. It's not faster than with expected after these are just a minute of the December meeting. So I'm quite surprised that it's been taken such as a surprise, but clearly it is a big caucus shift. There are three three hikes next year in the median projections and I think there's no reason really to deviate from that. I think we can probably take the fed at its word that it will be about three next year. And then I was anticipating maybe another three or four the following year, race still at the extremely low, very accommodative policy despite the fact that the economy is not operating with the large degree of space capacity and inflationary pressures are really building. Where do you think that leaves the risk of a real surge in yields and in real yields? We started to see yields rising. Does it become disorderly? Is that the risk? Of course it's a risk, but I think what the fed's doing is really trying to communicate quite early on what is plans are. It's trying to flag this rate hike at least a few months in advance. And markets are starting to price in the kind of profile that the fed is anticipating. So unless there's another big shift unless we see inflation persisting for longer than the fed is assuming then I think probably it's steady as she goes and so far so good. How important will be the payroll non fund payroll number on Friday then? Is that going to have an influence or has the fed sort of definitively shifted towards a greater concern around inflation? Yeah, well payrolls are always pretty important. We're expecting a gain of around 350,000 in non farm payrolls, which would be a pretty healthy increase, but consistent with the gradual downward trend in payroll gains. In recent months. So I think that was just really add to the fed's view of support the fed's view that the labor market is recovering that it's getting towards its targets for full employment and clearly inflation targets have already been met. Puts the ECB in quite an awkward position, doesn't it? I won't say fighting the fed because that's a tricky one, isn't it? But it does put Christine Lagarde in a very difficult position now. Well, I'm not sure. I guess it would do if the Eurozone economy was in serious trouble when you were seeing Eurozone yields rise as we are in that kind of tightening really wasn't warranted. In the Eurozone. But the ECB also has taken a little bit of a hawkish shift recently in inflation. Of course, is very high. In the Eurozone two. So I don't think it's too difficult to position. I don't think the ECB is going to follow up with rate hikes in the near term. We're not expecting any this year, but we are seeing that it's tapering its asset purchases. Throughout the year. And I think that's kind of that's where the ECB sits in a much more modest kind of removal of policy accommodation rather than any kind of move
"ryo" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal
"Exclusive. Yes it's coming now. Assigned contract repetitive people. So hopefully maybe this month let's off. We just literally what was two days three days ago. Only signing contracts brought over the paperwork which the owner signed the fellow who did the estimate as managing it got back gets back into the office tomorrow so we should be able to get it on the books but we have literally raised. Thanks to everybody that comes are beginning. Terrell enough to redo that steeple answerable. I mean right. Now we're a little hesitant because it's just a signature on a piece of paper so far but when that steeple gets done everybody who has pitched in on this and come to our events and donated and come to see what's going on is the no just exactly where your money's warier money has gone in. It's going to be amazing amazing in capital letters. I mean yeah. Ryo hug is all-seater shake going back in. Sr woman was routed inside. Are you got rough. Cut to be replaced. He's having the inside down at a sawmill in rough outwit. So it'll be like it was when it was so cool so grill thing. We can't do that was originally. Because we hadn't seen the picture of originally that was supposedly across on top in one storm came through and the young man. Young middleman got untouchables. Said yet was across there and when it blew off me and my buddies on bikes tried to find it couldn't although it's decommission now so there's a cap going on the top up. Time apparently did have a stained glass window. Yeah and it. Because the hasn't shutters. That still might be something. That's where we the classes at at asked. Which was the front the front phases the railroad tracks at right l. Our guide that makes sense that makes sense interesting so like in terms of restoration. What's next after the steeple. Well we'll get a price on the foundation. The foundation that Blackjack soil one-sided is really taking beaten. He's already bolstered. It injected at the. But it's another six inches and foundation replaced by you saying the original bricks. Yeah we have backed away. It was but that's gonna be the next major project. Yeah undo time. i'm sure. And i think a one day. We'll just have a big pain party more all the church house right. Nothing wrong you know what though maybe not. Because the last i spoke was if he wants to strip the pay and make it like a natural would of. We'll have his tripping. That's walking that. I see where this is going knows me so in terms of you know special events and stuff i mean. Why don't we go ahead and do a a giant plug for.
"ryo" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"Week of october fifth. I'm katherine lecco on here. With terry morrow hello usually on this. Podcast we talk about parenting issues. But once a week terry and i liked to get together to discuss. Tv movies books and other entertainment topics. Because it's nice to talk about something other than parenting for change So we are now into the third week of the two series that we have picked. We have ted lasso and only murders in the building so yes you will start with ted lasso. This week's episode. We're on season one for everyone else in the world is on. He's into this. Episode is called. Trent krim the independence. And as i promised you last week the incriminating photos proved to be dealt with very quickly and easily. Yes we've not have to worry about that and the scary two-tone hair report. A guy turned out to be khanna decent. Yeah he was him. He was won over as everyone is slightly. Ted yes and he you know. Rebecca agreed you know. She stopped publication of the photos because she was afraid that keely was gonna figure out that it was her who had caused them to be taken right and her her deal with the newspaper publisher. Was that this. Trent krim the scary two-tone hair man was going to do a profile of ted and she that would achieve the same. Yes and the community against ted because to this guy right and sure enough that backfired upon rebecca as well. I did and i kind of loved that it wasn't like ted went to the school and made a big inspirational speech. That one the guy over or you know there was like no one big thing is just he could see what ted was doing and that it made sense and then you know not just that he was a good guy. 'cause i don't think you know who cares about that but that he's doing his kind of doing something valuable for the community one way or the other right and also that obviously his i mean. Some of his strategies are interesting in good for the team. Another not winning yet ryo. Yes we see the started to see this week. The little cracks. In roy kent as starting to realize that he needs to be a leader on the team and he really doesn't want to be no. He is feeling compelled to do it. He knows the ted has manipulating into doing this. And yet still makes him angry that he has to do it. Of course yes do it. Yes and there's really nobody else who can so that. That was fun. We mentioned last week. That the actor who plays that character won an emmy. We haven't really seen much of him yet. So now i see where we're going with that. Yeah he's terrific simultaneously decent.
"ryo" Discussed on Charger Chat
"You have to love what you're saying on charges fan especially for the future with justin players coaches staff fans together. We can create something special. Well hello there. Welcome back everybody to the charger chats. Buddy i'm go host Buddies hugging dug in high friends. The coach duggan. We're all in my house. That's right vokes. As i apologize for our voices because we sound like we'd been a little horse. Little horse needed a lot of screaming yesterday and understandably so it was a again. It was the first game to be at either. Is screaming game how to do it had the do it so Welcome folks to the charge. Chat podcast this. Is our post home opener. Game of twenty twenty one boy. We wanted to come on here just like ready to go just like jack about everything and everybody and it's it's tough. It's been a tough you know. Yeah a home opener shooting. Go the way that that went and we understand that. But we've had a day to think yada important sleep the sleep get ourselves especially just walking out of that. Stadium was was a rough. Go all that aside. All that aside yesterday was probably one of the best day. I've had the results of the gamma side. Yeah it was also the energy and the love that we experienced before. The game made the game the result of the game. I feel like wasn't that big of you know what i mean like the family. The community that we appearance was half hundred started all started with a bus that we jumped on the five north pole. Yeah so for those. That don't know we woke brighton. Early in the morning got associated oceanside to get picked up by five north bolt and wrote up with a patty as well as the bus was the best Everybody just raring go. We got there. What did you win on that on that. Five north bolt I have a frank. I want to leave my flag flying missouri on my car it is going to be flying so fast and furious fifty miles an hour servive five. Just so this thing is really missourians. The of black prius in charger flagging off Yeah the right up was just awesome. Sitting next to oslo sat next to you guys sat together. I sat next to a fellow by the name of damien who was awesome. It was just going back and forth with like being around charter fans. 'cause we we're an internet right you know. We're not always around started advanced. Got the closest thing to it but we were just like constantly running in talking charger football with people there. We've never met but the bomb that comes from meeting people that have a common thing you start to feel like a lunatic. Yeah like. I shouldn't like this team. This market right like i need have other things in my life. Isn't i guess you'd be with my family or or doing other utilizing this time feels weird with both of you looking at me and me not looking at this. This is isn't. I never make eye contact with normally do. It's because i'm actually looking at over here was right over here It was it was. It was good to see other people on the no one on. That bus was like a wish. Wishy washy fan. It was one families are tampa that flew out to go to the home opener. Ause and it was one of his sons one of the guys. It was his birthday. Obviously patty puts the other this bus to take up all these fans that every game and everyone was singing when we were pulling up to the stadium were all singing all of our cars ending chartered. We fight so so fun you can. Everyone knew every word it was like. Okay i'm not crazy. We're waiting together. I'm crazy this whole group of crazy people who together the looting their name. The rider was incredible. That was an awesome. Just to just i mean because we had drinks and everything like that. Were riding up on a bus full of charter fans to the stadium for the first time ever lame. We rolled up and you could see the stadium. It was like going asni. Flaky could see the castle this out right there. I mean folks. I can't explain to you if you haven't been to so by stadium. Going by stadium is the pictures. Don't do justice like you see it in pictures. Pilots really impressive stadium but until you actually are walking up to it this. He myth of a stadium. That's just it isn't so massive and it's not just a swear to building or around speed on like look at it and see all of it. You just see the anti hovering over the stadium and it is so impressive. The the construction that went into making this like you're just walking up to it in awe but we got off the bus and we had to walk. We ended up walking up in around the entire stadium like we had to walk around half of it to get the thunder out that pink lada and wonder alley in manisha. That's i we didn't know what to expect when we got the thunder alley. Were just a couple people. Ryo who are like maybe karen and jen and maybe one or two other people but everybody that stopped by talk to us honor alad. We couldn't take two steps without was up here with over. Was there was one of coolest. I experienced getting to meet them. Yeah and like. I don't like like bobby calderoni shit to all. These guys are always contributing to the podcast. Yeah it was like. Oh shit i give you a hug now. Yeah i want. I want full was hugging. It was an awesome. Yeah i mean Get some sports an energy. Just gbs adidas silent through jesus giant. I i want him. I'm glad he's on my talk shit about silent. I'm lacking.
"ryo" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Go on your ships how we try to see you so see. That's not how you can't pretend about how you try to take you. So that's that's how it works so mental like chicago for folks age there's a great addition of jabe. Tv from the windy city downtown chicago. Young bloods in the studio. Now is next yell kill. Somebody's next okay. Evans i wanna kill them. Like actually no on it was weird. Song is about a dark place of finding alive and kinda talking to myself from mirror and it was like if you find a place in you have what you feel like. You don't go to know if ever and that can make you feel really fucking down and it's really scary when you first discovered place isn't it. I mean because it's so foreign can hurt a lot. But i wrote this song because i was winning coach. People talk about me talk to you about your anxiety. Because i know it's so hard and it's very easy to say that because it was very hard for me opened up by trust me like her. So he's been through it. If you can find a way to use an outlet like music or or even just fucking to compensate we among and talking about what is going on you had h feels like a like this fucking bricks on each one shoulders and you just kind of take one off every time you unload something i do. I was like soccer. Fucking therapist now. Sorry about but. I always write down on the notes. My iphone when i get not stomach when i get a dark place stomach. I was right down. The worst thing in the world could be and willett or a year from today and i i wrote songs. He gave me a bit of comfort from that place. Because you can't let this stuff gets you down because there's always things get better and you know it's like depression is the weirdest thing it's the way it is thing because you can switch from feeling hoppy to so sodden ten minutes and it's kind of like You know i mean again. I says i'm not moving to raise. Oh jesus man. I mean i'm just focusing saying well known saying i think you just find your own way and take breaths and and you will get them on. You know. i mean as long as you kind of. Just try and find your way. I as i say i know it's very say we'll just talk about it. It's important or sing about it by ryo trae. All about fucking gopher ruin if you spoil. I dunno money. you'll find you out. I mean everything can get lighter and you never wanna give up. That is the worst thing. So keep on rocking. Hey now we have a lot of great music on this edition of tv so we don't really play this on the law songs about adopt place in my head didn't know existed is quite scary when you i find it. Jami.
"ryo" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"Ryo every night and i have to try to get them to. Unify is an extreme challenge right because they're all individuals. Yeah but i mean but you right is just is just a if you just treat him as people is. It was so much easier to not talk about design. Hey how you doing with this. How are you doing with this format how you doing with being on this team. How you doing with me. Seven you out. Tried to address the human side. We got so much it got so much. Adam a unit. Yes summer well yeah. It's that's the whole drill team in the individuals that tennis is office individual sport. even if you're playing doubles it's pretty selfish. You can switch partners unless it your brother. Mom's going allow that There's something i think. There is a golden opportunity for world team. Tennis and fred lady and and and the world to to get exposed. I'd like to see like fed cup davis cup together. One shot big bucks fed and hang is in whatever the swiss french and everyone's got a couple of players right But at the team thing. I think also exposes those players that have been like shut down their own worlds. I think there is i. Think the thing that limits a lot of athletes finding in my m from the day. I stopped playing today. Is that that tunnel. Vision works until it does instead of sending it auburn groundstroke. I'm groundstroke while you probably gonna be groundstroke as opposed to the infinite and we can go infinite intelligence. We are built for impotence players quit and their base their self worth on their ranking their prizemoney. The car and driver and the lifestyle. There's an the humility is gone out the window. Good luck working at the mail. I wanna work in entertainment. And i wanna make a movie like Brad pitt when i know that's what's going to happen the knee you've never taken acting class and you're planning on being in lethal weapon. Twenty eight you know. And and that's where recovering gave me again. Was this this This baseline i think we were talking about some other stuff. Is that my willingness to take direction people in for my personal recovery. I've got a guy that if he called me now and says i would like you know. I suggest you walk to traverse city michigan from los angeles. I will do whatever i need to do. Based on this gentleman's forty years clean and sober soberly as young man. He woke up naked on the front lawn of the michigan state police posts and i trust with my life my family's life in the willingness to take direction and that's the thing about best track you know getting that information and be willing to apply. Try it oh. That doesn't work. There's no one-size-fits-all but i think fear then gets bilton. I know i'm getting a little off track. But you hear i'm going with one hundred percents that players and they don't know what to do. They finish their careers. And they call me murphy you you. You ran a business down in georgia and a new coach to cousy worked in tv tennis channel for ten years. How'd you do that now. Onyx i built. A company built the healthcare digital health technology company..
Pros & Cons of the Rode NTG-3 Shotgun Microphone
"The road in tj. Three a shock. I'm mark not a traditional choice for a podcast is still my favorite mark. My voice when. I'm speaking completely in awe selection if it's just going to be may on the recording like maybe on the bubble podcast for example which is a tv podcast that. I don't like a hubby cher. That mock works. Great for that when i think about what. I'd like to san locked recorded. That mike doesn't fill me. It gets me there but there are a few issues with the mark being a super cardio. Patent mania has a very taught pickup patent in front of the microphone. Basically when those patents start to become more narrow it does open up a window at the back of the marker fine for whatever reason physics that you will sell a some re noise problems. So if you've got a holly reflective surface directly behind the mic or annoy souls like a small feign or an air conditioner on the wall directly behind the mock you will mice lockley pick up more of that san than you're expecting to and the other thing is and this is something that ryo tiger actually mentioned to me that ryo tiger from the podcast. Roundtable shukan mocks. Ken behave little bit strangely in very small rooms and i mean a very small room at the moment. This is a small bedroom. That i mean now so i don't use it in. He because when tested adding this is the smallest of ever obtaining podcasting was basically just the studio and that it does and very booming here. And i'm not sure why is just the way does marks wick. It does tend to send muddy if it's not in exactly the right place in the room. Like i could find a spot in this room but i had to three lodge catches in so unless i'm going to record standing up talking to that mike where can move around a little bit. I'm kind of limited. As to where i can actually position myself. Sorry i would bar. I shock on mike and try in your space. I if at all possible because in my opinion you're either gonna get close to the best vocal sant that you're gonna be able to get or it could be really hard to deal with
"ryo" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast
"I know i. I don't. I'm not really sure i think we're going to. I hate to be like. I wanna know what you think angel and i can't think for myself but sometimes you make it all make sense for me. I'm going to need your wisdom here. Because although i think we're we're kind of thinking liking this but i think greg is a bit of an emotionally damaged person for one I think that he has had like some emotional issues. Probably since his dad died agree. A lot of people are saying that he's just like a player and he's just you know an actor but i don't know i was believing him i was leaving. He got way too into this and he i think he really i think he saw himself as more of a front runner than he is. I think he completely bought in to every thing about katie about them. I think he sits there one time. She said him down and he was like. I don't know i get worried. And she was like how. Can i reassure you. Would you need me to tell you. I think from then on he bought in to the thought of shady feels the way i feel in i am in love in this whole thing is real. This is real every bit of it. And i don't think would he factored in is that katie will forever keep the show. I yes in whatever check. She's getting listed the way she has hounded on this will end in engagement lice. While i understand. That's the point of the bachelor. Like i don't know of any person in their right mind that will be like i'm gonna have the threaten y'all because somebody's going to have to propose to me of being like i want this to end engagement if i if you know i feel like you're the one i'm gonna wanna be engaged but she's basically saying whoever's last even if you're not the mother of a guy wanted standing last but you're the only one that did go home. This has ended engagement. Ryo i think for greg. He was like okay enough of the bushes. Especially i think with the thought of fantasy suites next week Spend the night with another. Do i think he was black. Either i'm about to blow this all up. She's gonna have to blow it up one of the two but we knock on key. Doing this whole i in i two amid. Oh tell me if you wanna talk more about his family before. I say this next thing will i do. I just want to say. Because i think i think it adds context of what we're talking about. Winnie is talking to his family. He is completely without embarrassment. Basically telling them like this is happening. He he's talking to his mom he's like. Oh yeah this is happening. And he says a couple of things that i thought were sort of telling one of the things he says is To his friend he's like yeah. I'm in love with the scrawl totally invested. We've already worked out the details. I heard that to her too. I was like oh case. So he's not getting this from nowhere. No no i think she. I do believe that she gave him a shorty that he was the one That's what i think too. Yeah not like the type that she's doing with these other guys of them being like oh she makes me feel like the one i believe she said okay. Yes this is happening. How how are we going to make this work. Who's coming where. Because to be honest. I mean again. I haven't watched this many seasons of as many seasons as you. I do feel by the time they're at home or whatever you call these things Hometowns yeah he's shit towns that they know they're going to go with. They know who they're going. There's i don't really think it's like a down to the wire thing at least it hasn't felt like he even season. It didn't really feel like it was down to the wire. we know for sure. Their format james's season. It wasn't down to the wire. Well write that. One was getting kind of obvious. But i feel like this one will be more obvious. Headed been edited the differently by we would not be they barely. They did not release. Show greg a lot in the middle of the season like they showed them but they didn't show they didn't show their interaction as much as like i would have like thought or wanted them to but without that we could see that she liked him right by so anyway so like when. Kate is with the mom. She there's a scene where she's like well. Greg is the front runner so she still. So which later is gonna come back when they're having this argument because he's like stop with the front runner stuff like 'cause she's very show speak front runner like i don't know if i'm supposed to say this but greg's going to be here next week and i would greg when he's like what does it mean. Who cares like who cares about your next week. What matters is do. I win the show. There's two more guys like you telling me on gonna make it another week is just basically telling me like i'm going to beat out just in our blake What i think he's like we've started talking about how you're moving with me right out. Soul soul these other people then don't actually exist having she's like she's talking even when she's talking to mom she's like the moms do love him and she's like well. Listen i will say this. Like worst soulmates were destined by the stars were shared. But there's two more guys. So i'm not going to say like i love him because i you know i'm going to save that for the loss guy. Okay.
"ryo" Discussed on the 7-Figure Salon Podcast
"You are so correct. They're so generous. And so like supportive and just happy that we're all here still. Yeah you just lately nice. Yeah people just really wanting to support small businesses realizing how much yeah. How much salons really did suffer like we're somewhere like again. Everyone went through something but it was like they. If anything made more money just work in from all. So it's like if salons did end up kind of raising the prices or you know you're you're appointed. We'll take longer because it isn't a touch of its. You're starting people from scratch. Ryo sounds was aiding acid normal routes headshots. You had to actually add extra time and what we did was we added a buffer to give people Hadn't come out until they have their shots time to just dumb to just talk. I found that a lot of people just wanted to tell about their experience through He's needed to build that time. That is so true to be like. Oh my god we've just been chatting. Yes yes yes so. We started building an extra fifteen minutes just purely so we raised our prices a little bit which i noticed a lot of people did and then i don't know about you but i noticed a lot of the vendors everybody's raising their prices right now buddy everybody and so that has been kind of a challenge. Keeping the team excited that even though the price is going up mike it's across the board. It's not just us right. The yeah everywhere you know another good point like someone brought up. It's like okay. You know even the our price or everywhere's gone up. Some people literally stayed at home in made money if anything. You didn't get your hair done those times. He could've went in for your appointments. You did so even though you got. Yeah yeah yeah you know. And it's and it's also they have to understand but yet from restaurants to. I hear a lot of light my chef clients or friends or you know everything..
"ryo" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"Were. We were influence her. But we were kind of playing in that space of mom influencers and i felt like it was almost overnight. So many of those a certain type of influence our hit the wrong mark or No longer felt relevant. It's not that people don't like to follow influencers. I certainly follow a lot. And i find it interesting and entertaining unrelatable but everybody needed to be more authentic. Everyone kind of needed to stop faking it. If you were faking it or your house to perfect or you were able to still consume and a kinda got away in that. Did not resonate with parents across america Anymore and i felt the magazine our most important job when the pandemic started was really just to make parents feel seen and understood and to be kind of an empathetic place for them because parents were so burned out so overwhelmed that they lost every support system. They were so freaked out and we were kind of an invisible like population. It was not known. Focus was on parents of young kids. You know In terms of mortality numbers parents of young children were not at high risk when we run the height of the pandemic and so even though it was probably the most strenuous existence. We were not in the headlines. It was not anyone's top concern. I think and so we just wanted to be that place where parents felt like the priority where they felt scene where their needs were met. You know one. Basically i think parents across america kind of felt like abandoned like okay. Can't imagine i remember when Pandemic started my my building. Where i live in manhattan sent an email saying no childcare providers can come into the building anymore and my gosh i mean this new york city it was really terrifying time and my building is a lot of elderly people who have home health aides and that was obviously the top priority like bringing the home health aides but we can't have extra visitors and if you unless you can prove that both parents to work outside the home as first responders and you're going to be home with your kids and i. I have a fulltime job. My husband works outside the home the physician and hospital so he was obviously at high risk. And i was like i was just me by fulltime job at my two kids and i can have no help and it seemed like nobody that was not anyone's concerned except from ryo and i just think across the country people felt like that like that. You're just supposed to feel like. I'm lucky that i have a job and i'm lucky that mine healthy and you weren't allowed to be panicked about. I've been surprised in this period. By how pejoratively the word babysitter has been used in so many spaces as though that is a non essential function not to default pandemic language. But you know when when schools were closing there. Was this kind of will. You guys just want a babysitter. I thought well. Childcare is really important yet. And i i was just surprised by the attitude during that initial period. Yes i really. I agree that school does provide child care. You know that is not why our kids go to school but certainly everyone is dependent upon school for childcare and when that evaporated there was a sense that like oh you just want. Put your kids in school because you want a child care. I don't think there's any shame in saying that to some xia. Nhl care right. I do like my life was set up for my kids to be in school Like i have a job supports my family and i really it was. It was a strange you know. I don't think in the childcare centers that fall open that stayed open were heroic and maybe we're not really given their due in terms of providing that going to work every day that was at a time when we really didn't know what the risk was in terms of children's spreading the virus and you know so many childcare centers closed but some did stay open and yeah. I don't really feel like that. The heroism of that and was rated. I also feel like parents were kind of guilt. Did for using child care which eventually did after about four or five months. And i actually did get covid from a childcare provider well-known. My kids got it. And then i got for my kids and i don't know i felt really i did feel a little shamed in that moment By own nobody was overtly nasty to me but there were just undertones where i felt like Embarrass that. I had to be that mom that working mom who had a babysitter and i we fortunately did not. We were really careful. We didn't quarantine december contact tracing. We did not spread it at all. But yeah it's it was. I do feel like yes. There was there was a lot of guilt and people to kind of hide their baby over the last year. Which i think yeah. Babysitters are absolutely essential for.
"ryo" Discussed on Strength to Strength
"Wonderful. Welcome here brother. So i have a question. You talked about it being okay to be a christian in that country. Would it put you in the spotlight for Connecting the dots of you being Involved into -verting muslims jamie. Yes it is a problem my friend his family. They're not fully aware that he is no longer muslim that he is a follower of jesus. They do know that he has been studying about it. That he is interested in it and this has caused tremendous anger with his mother and he is forbidden to ever come to my house again. So yes there is trouble there is. It's a problem. If if muslims decide to to follow jesus and couldn't get into all kinds of hot water could stay here and get old and die of cancer too. There's always that risk yes. Hello brother i'm i actually live in mexico. Probably many of you don't know me. But thank you. I was i was raised as a baptist basket and i got a came across a baptist To searching for truth and I'm here at a little church. And we're trying to to follow teachings of jesus here in mexico like two hours ago for two to two hours away from mexico city anyway Ever since i was a kid and i was baptised. I had like a desire to go to a muslim country and now things have changed my have a family. I'm i have my chickens ear. And things of that since i don't have an anti baptist background i i have a degree and and all that i work as a translator and interesting. It's not something that i feel like. The lord is really calling me now to do that. It's just an open question. What if i wanted to go. What what what advise would you give me If i want to go well if you have a degree. That's that's a beautiful thing. Getting into a many of these countries can be difficult and having a degree really opens up doors. That's something i don't have. And so i have to jump through a lot more hoops to give very So i'm not the one to push in one way or another but The something about if you want to reach muslim people. It's really hard to reach them if you've never met them before. And if you don't live among them If you don't see them every day so Yeah if the time has ever right and the lord direct you and your family. They're just go and live among them and he'll open up the opportunities. Thank you thank you for the question. Ryo and welcome. Welcome here. thank you. Is this your first time on on on this call Be out. I mean. I've i've I've what's to some other a meetings sure but but this is the first time that i'm actually here. Okay okay create. It will good to hear what welcome here anytime florida. Getting to know you. God bless you on your journey there. Mexico that's exciting here. God's raising his father everywhere so great and any any more questions here is ten. After it's time to shutdown down those for.
"ryo" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"And that was full sparring you so he saying that haney or excuse me not as slow knocks out teo like the up and coming prospect that is signed to jose benavente is senior. He's trained by him. His name is horatio and there is a big internet rumor with ryo ryo being the the one spreading it saying him and his coach saying that they not te'o out sparring. I don't know how long ago. I don't know when this barn was what year how old they were. And i and i guess that's the only way that it becomes even more interesting to me is if it was recent but if olshan when -til seventeen who gives a fuck really you got that you did that. Shout to you but home. He got like four bells right. Now why are we talking while we talk shallow. I don't have wrenches man. Because you know people get a wrench and they think they like fucking men in black they wanna mu everybody because they said something about their favorite fighter scenario just gets the seize everybody's hatred who got a pool the hatred in chad just let the beat it fester. We got not for geodesy. Says you miss my super chat. I mean thought okay. Geo- let's see where that's at taking all the way to the top geo- let's see where is gio.
"ryo" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Yeah i'm gonna go with only but getty Four hour workweek. I mean you. There's like expanded this now. But the reason i like it is because it forces unit. Just think about time differently so all of us complain about how little time. Mary's and ultimately the only thing you can do with time is bigger out how to better leverage at rights not creating more of that so it's a book that forces you to think about leveraged more. And what's the the number one way anybody listening. If you wanna talk to ryo about doing some branding work with you or see if you could have road work with you as a client. Because i know you're very selective about that because you have a limited number of people can work with but it's the best way for someone to reach out to you a mo- because it clubhouse right i've become more interactive on instagram. So raoul davis brands at instinct of or instagram is a roy great way and then of course you can go to. The website is sending group ranting. And we'll have all of that again on the show notes at conscious millionaire. Show dot com. Well this is my curiosity question. What's the next summit for you royal and what might be a challenge or an obstacle. You're gonna have to overturn to get to that next mountaintop. Yeah manasseh one is or us to kinda get ceo and executive branding institutionalized amongst enterprises right so thinking about is not about just the individual ceo whoever is ceo should be achieved stories. Our business any executive position may need to be out front that human to human connection matters so growing no wayne that becomes a message and being able to work with companies with multiple executives. The challenge with it is multiple number one just in terms of the journey. It will take to get there and getting me awareness out and then number two obviously just priorities right. There's a lot of companies. There's a lot of opportunity out there. And i think for any growing entrepreneur being able to make the right set of decisions and improving decision making ends up being paramount. And it's a continual journey row. What's the legacy. Wanna leave the legacy. I'm gonna leave. His fat people understand that sharing. Your story is a positive thing. It is not ego driven. It is a way to inspire of her people. I have a business partner. Chris collins makes his point that logos only been around for about one hundred something years right but what has been around for much longer. Is storytelling people communicating with each other. And so that is how you should connect your business is that storytelling aspect is not about ye goes about effectiveness and it's about inspiring people and ultimately if you believe your product or services great.
"ryo" Discussed on 27 Club
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"ryo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Will Erling Haaland leave Dortmund?
"We'll kick things off with a look at the spanish papers. We spent most of thursday chasing erling. Holland's father and agent around spain the duo visiting both barcelona and madrid i head of asia potential bidding war this summer course dorfman setting at the transfer fee at eight hundred eighty million euros yawn as with all things erling haaland. I feel compelled to start with you. Does this mean that early holland's from dorman did happen this summer and not next. No it won't ailing hall on team hole on and rioted exactly the same thing. When he left salzburg they started off visiting different clubs barcelona and real madrid at that time when i did this last time. He ended up jaws. Once i guess dortmund knows the drill. They have been talked. They've been told doing so. That is no problem having said that. I think this is a win win. Situation for everybody. We're in the middle of pandemic. They are put forward one hundred and safety of one hundred and eighty million euro and dorfman show last summer with sancho. They stick to their price so i think this is a win win. Check the market. They see it. Is there anybody out there. This pandemic crazy enough to to take our hundred and fifty million euro and if not he will stay indoors anyway but still timing can be discussed decisive game coming up against frankford for doping to be in top four. It's very essential game but now this is normal. This is win win on the funny thing is and i have to give you that one. That is one guy who is always picture that everybody there are photos. Yeah that's ryo la but the other guy is a friend of alpha on helps him on the finances of traveling with him and they think that's royalist to. I'm not sure if that's the best compliment in the world for that. Young from norway are interesting so yang says this doesn't necessarily signal an exit from dormant for
"ryo" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"It sagged all the way down to the ground but it still worked every worked so So that was nice to. We didn't have to find out what we would do if we had power but no but no wife Yeah i mean we. We have a lot of work. We do play them sometimes Not super often but we do and you know we would just have to make do with that kind of thing because sometimes it's hard because it's dark Harder to To read or to play games if he can see right what do you do. Do you just all sit there. Stare and deciding like i guess i'm gonna go to bed until stories rate is you can't be outside because there's some sort of weather event happening yeah. The one nice thing about without power during the hurricane was forced us to stop watching the weather channel basically gives you the same news over and over and over again with increasing amounts of hysteria even though really there is no news. It's always fun watching the poor schlub. Who drew the short straw and has to be standing out at the end of the pier. Someplace you know about to be blown into the ocean regain down here but it was probably healthy to pull the plug on that for a little while. Yeah when we had the when there was a big one in the northeast two thousand three big blackout. Which how long it lasted like a day or something We actually weren't home. Weaver is being my parents in ohio in didn't reach to where they were a how but i remember that my friend who lives near us In had daughter the same age as mine we met them through the childcare center. They were there and she was at work in the city and before the blackout happened. The caregivers had called her. And said you know. We can't figure out what what's going on but she's just crying she she's like she's unhappy and like she's not hurt and you know we just don't know what's going on but you know she's crying and so my friends at okay. I'm just gonna come come get earning. I'm just gonna leave work. And so she got home before the blackout has been like she. She wouldn't have maybe made it. You know it had been had stayed in the city so her life some hang out. She had like this intuition. She's like the way you know. Birds and animals consents right upcoming disasters aids and small shoulder. so that was She lived in a highrise apartment building. I gave all you had to climb the stairs with that for like alex freaking calendar. Many good reasons not to live in a high rise building the did have beautiful views on. That's true yeah you know you're in an elevator. You can't get stuck in an elevator for a day and a half. You can't really see them. That is true. A hopefully they have a generator for those. Yeah okay so yeah yeah. Yes adobe worse it would definitely be a struggle for us and then we have to refrigerators. Anna chassis so upset that you have your. Don't you have your dried or cured meat. You don't have to worry about refrigerator. I might have zinc picture of the center for the drive meat because my husband put up a plastic shower curtain like in like decks. Look like he's doing something shady a little tiny space that he enclosed. Ooh dear you realize life coming in horribly right lane. He uses like humidifiers and dehumidifiers to to create the right environment for other reserves there. Have you checked her knife cher moment. I've seen this movie before. It doesn't end. Well no dear but when the when the power went out here last week we had a a crock pot full of dinner cooking. And i'm like well. What am i supposed to do with this. it's not obviously it's turned off now since the power's out. How long can it sit here without ground beef. Unlike how long can sit here and still be okay to eat a divide. Leave the lid on. Does it stay warm. Because that's the big. That's the big thing that your mother always told you. Donald ryo so. If i leave the top on the crock pot to stay hot i dunno but my called my husband said oh it's fine because he's he's the cook and he says oh. Yeah it's mostly cooked. I put it's on for way longer than it needs to be like. Okay i'm leaving the little on. I do think leaving wise. Yes yes fine for a few minutes outs like could problems of the modern age. Yes i guess it can happen with your oven to something was half half cooked or half-baked are oven. Just turns itself off from time to time right regardless when there is you guys know how to like work your circuit breakers do ever check your circuit breakers when there's a power outage. I always feel like i'm supposed to do that. But i don't really know what i'm looking at and i know what i i know how to turn them on and on i kind of had what to look for. But that's i mean that's all you do is circuit breakers. I only only do it if a fuse blows. Yeah yeah. I know how to change abused or anything but yeah i went to look at it and i thought to myself. Is this even still thing. Is this like out outmoded technology that we don't really use these anymore. It's just here's a relic. I'm worrying about it. This is when you go outside and you look for a neighbor outside their house and you not laugh power and if they say no it's like oh great i don't have to worry about now. Let's not me okay. But due diligence my daughter had to go to work in. Her car was in the garage so we had to pull the disabled garage door opener. Pioneer times the all by ourselves like being on the house in the barry. All civilizations falls away time tough time for.
Kelly Marie Tran on Quitting Social Media and Becoming a Disney Princess
"Earlier. Today i spoke with actor. Kelly marie tran. We talked about going from star wars to portraying disney's first southeast asian princess in russia and the loss dragon. Kelly marie welcome to the daily social distancing. Show gosh here. thank you so much. The last time we spoke we were talking about the journey that you had had you know being part of star wars being the face of what many felt like was like bullying online. You know where people were like. This is part of the biggest problem that we have on social media. Since then you life seen seems to have been like really peachy before we talk about making a new disney movie. I wanna know as one of the few who's doing it. What what what is the world when there was no social media. It's made dang. I mean. Okay i will say this. I do have like a lurker account. Because i want to know what's going on about the active stand of the world right but not having to constantly be sort of publicly on. It is the best thing i've ever done for my mental health. I will say that. Yeah so you're saying that you don't wake up every day with people just telling you that they hate you. This is not a thing that you do know now. That's not a thing that i do. Well i don. I don't know what that's like. I wake up every morning. And i check and i'm like yep they still there and then i start my day now. I feel like. I'm going to use my lurker account just to be like we love you. We left me. No don't do that. Don't even do that. don't do that. I hate because then i go. At least they see me. They see me You you've had an amazing journey. I mean not being in you know. It's not just one not two not three but it's going to be like what four disney movies. You'd use like the disney darling right now. It feels like the movies ryo and the lost dragon. Tell me a little bit about the story. I mean i've watched it. But i don't wanna spoil anything for people so it is about a young girl named riot. Who is technically a prince aspen. Think what's really cool about this movie. Is that really sort of flipping the narrative on what princesses. She is actually really warrior. And she comes into the world and sort of has this really idealistic way of viewing the world and then the world breaks apart and then she starts really distrusting. Everyone the whole movie sort of is her journey on a figuring out how to find the good in the world again in figuring out how to trust people again. The whole story is about how the world was working and then everybody started believing that in order for them. To succeed of the people have to fail. And that's when the world starts falling apart and it feels like that's the world we live today. What's also cool is that you know. We live in a world where everybody who is generally not white gets put into one category with asian asian would done. But what's cool about the movie is. It's like no it tells. The story of life was like. Hey this is not a monolith. This is not homogeneous. There are asian peoples. You know. obviously this story takes place with a south asian perspective but it is still a story about like all different people coming from the asian sphere. You know there was so much research done to make sure that this specific part of the world was honored in a really authentic wave so to be able to be part of that had to be able like you said to serve china's spotlight in all these really specific things like not only. Are we talking about the specific fabrics that people from different tribes but also the type of martial arts that you're seeing depicted is specifically from this region of the world and the food and it goes on and on non so to be able to recognize how i guess how important it was too. Isn't he just made me really happy as someone who was really starved to see herself as a kid.
"ryo" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast
"Okay the smart people. Are you and me one. Smart person with a flaw is mom because she has an apple and the non smart person said why. Why do i get separated different. I i don't know. But i don't want mom because he doesn't have enough guts to say that mom's not smart me just like dishonor disrespect with savannah your girlfriend. Who does she signed with on us waiting on this phones. She's totally drunk. The kool-aid this she's smart so somebody went into the apple podcasts and left a review which was a great review. Couple of days ago But they created you know they're apple user. Id changed their name to do this. Or if they signed up for an apple id and use this. But they're apple ideas. Tattooing sons is the best probably public. Grammy might be might be no because yesterday i was. I'm a grandma's tried to subscribe to. How long have you been doing this show. We're in our fourth season. Yeah yeah pioneers. She's like how do i subscribe. Your guys is park okay. I know she definitely didn't do so. Yesterday i subscribe to honor phone soda out of find it. Nice insider after patriots. While you're no. She did pitcher. Figured that one out before When it comes to money she knows how to spend it. We don't we don't do patriot anymore. So but anyway it's Best podcast ever five stars. This is so good which they came out with a episode. A day right there made them. I'm losing it. I swear he's got so nathan. The podcast nathan's got his headphones but he's flipped the earmuffs out like so he looks like princess. It's just it's really hot in. This is hot here. I don't understand how i got. So i'm glad i took my sweatshirt me to I mean i'm glad you shirt off now all right moving on whoever you are batat's means sons is the best thanks that was also seen as coming weeks. Run you though that we've had so many changes her name. And so that's why that that's the reference to that made during the the answer right ryo branko see. I've got all these times like the mcu of new it is it is i mean kevin. Peggy is like crafting beautiful story here right right. I mean this is can vaguely. Maybe this is better than one vision. oh you want only three episodes and it got really good. The last having said was getting all right which character introduced in. The phantom menace has the biggest impact on the future star. Stellar storytelling radio. Talk a little bit about this in a second. But i've got four on here. Quite gone jin padding darth maul or do we win our thoughts now just initially before we talk about it in detail. What would your instinct be. Darth maul pad may really. Yeah i have a hard time as the whole point like the whole reason and can turn to the dark side. It's an it'll be an interesting conversation Just so many characters..
Am I Good Enough with ILL TONE
"Already, one welcome to the addicted mind podcast a great guest today. His name is Chris Hamilton also known as Il Tone in the hip hop scene. Chris, introduce yourself a what's going on. Dwayne, thanks for having me on this show. My name is Chris Obviously. As DWAYNE is introduced I go by the name of ill tone and I may get off artists slash music producer from Vancouver island on the West. coast. Of Canada a right. So you I think you reached out to me and you said, Hey, I have this music I'm in recovery I have a story to tell so I clicked on your links I listen to your music I. Loved it. I thought it was great and I said Man I I WanNa have Chris on the show I wanted to. Share his story and his passion and I could tell in your songs. There's just a lot of thought and there's recovery in them. I guess I should say so tell me a little bit about your story and how this all started. So I grew up in a relatively small town on bank hoover island here it's called the Komax Valley. It's actually an amalgamation of three small towns that together comprise one region and I always found that growing up the age old story of not having enough to do in a small town. You, know I played sports I had I. You know my whole family was around and stuff like that. But I was constantly complaining about how they're. I was nothing to do and I mean there's always something to do when it comes down to vote doors override or something but the town that I'm from is riddled with substance abuse issues. So at early age, you know about each eleven twelve I started drinking. I found right away. The powerlessness aspect of my diction was prevalent right off the Bat. I was always the first starts the last stop and the most terrible feeling the next day. But the most willing to go back out and do it again, and that's sad as powerless as it gets. When you know I, just I hate doing it but right away, I'm still perpetuating this addictive cycle. So I started smoking pot to in addition to the alcohol that was consuming I went from being a straight a student who played lots of sports to being a straight C student who played none. had behavioral problems all throughout school mainly high school on that culminated with me being expelled for biting and another thing that was happening around that time was I realized that I was identifying as being bisexual Ryo to make worse for me internally I'm in I'm in a small Redneck town I'm struggling with chemical dependency and I feel that there's no nobody that I can come out of the closet insured this wet. So that was a big part of as wall. I struggled with social anxiety as well, and I felt that the alcohol specifically and later the harder drugs like cocaine ecstasy things like that were away for me to actually become my actual self I say that in quotations. Yeah for sure I wasn't afraid to tell people about You know I wasn't afraid to cut loose to tell jokes to you know hang around with my friends and I introduce myself to New People through parties and things like that whereas I was shy and reserved when when I was sober Angry shine reserved as sober by funding outgoing I wasn't, and so this continued as a cycle throat high school got worse and worse like I said culminated with knee being expelled from school for biting and through all this I found a love for hip hop music. I'd heard hip hop music and loved how how expressive that was lyrically the average hip hop. Some is a law or lyrics than there are in any. Other Genre Newsweek, and I found that these rappers that I was listening to at the time were talking vote a struggle. It didn't matter what it was. Their struggles were much much different from mine but they were talking about some aspect of struggle I thought that I could relate to and so while I started writing mainly just for fun that was always a constant source of inspiration for me one of the few things that I still Enjoy doing after having given up the sports and you know school having flunked out a bit and having been expelled. There were two things. One was positive. It was the music and one was negative. It was the substance abuse
Intentional Leadership & Culture Building Leads to Lasting Impact with Matt Fouts
"We'll matt thanks for taking the time to visit with today welcomed the show. Thank you yeah glad to be here. You know. I'm a a big fan of Tanganyika. A season pass holders. I've taken my kids. Are you know multiple times but ah for the people that are listening in particular. Don't live in this area. What is the Tanganyika Wildlife Park working? And how did it come into existence. Yes so you know. Taking necas family owned its own by my family He started out as a breeding facility over thirty years ago. I mean my my my parents. Parents Dream was to build a world-class breeding silly for rare and endangered species. And that's kind of how we started out Until two thousand and early two thousands we start doing some private private tours in the backyard. Yeah and that just continued to grow and grow and to a point where we kind of had to make a choice. Like how do we expand this uh-huh and then just in that process we were like you know. Let's just build from the ground up and so so that's ultimately what we did but it was centered around Ah in addition to the breeding it was centered around connecting people to the natural world right. Because that's what people loved the most about those private tours we are doing. We did a tiger demo We drafting we're one of the first Susan country do draft eating right how you could feed the lemurs through the fence at that time. And through those connections we realized that we could strengthen strengthen the connection between people in the natural world. So you're a little kid when those is happening right. So you're always been around your your. Your parents were breeding these exotic animals. I mean that's all you've ever known as a kid growing up yet for the most part I mean it hasn't been So when I was real young it was definitely the primary focus for from my parents. Rents are at least my father as I got older though he he. He's an entrepreneur. He started number different businesses yet. A ELK business. He had a vitamin business for a while. He actually was a construction. He built homes in developed us. He's got some developments around town that were his at one time and so he he kind of diversify I five into other things in the animals. Were just kind of there. I don't say his hobby but he adam and we still bred them some but it wasn't his primary focus and then I at some point I mean early like once we start doing the tours and decide to grow. He started shifting his focus back into What he's always been passionate about? And that was the animals animals and so You know the great thing for him for the park Because he's not he's not overly big people person right like most of my kids grow on my my friends growing up or kids in my school growing like they never saw my dad and my mom very active my dad not as much so. He's not as much of a people person but he's definitely an animal person in the parks allowed him to really allowed us to take on a lot of new species that we wouldn't otherwise be able to support financially You know like the penguins because eat a tone efficient fishing very expensive or the rhinos. I mean they're probably the most expensive thing we have to feed and take care of but we wouldn't be able to do that without the the public support of the park. Yeah it's it's interesting to especially the the the re talk a little bit about the reach or at least some of the unique aspects of a lot of people don't realize right here in the center of the country provides all over the world right. I mean Gimme some of those examples that people may may know about maybe familiar with so as far as the encounters so yes I mean and most of what we have at the park. We're not the only ones or even the first ones to do it. There's a couple of exceptions but what we've tried to take the best ideas from around the world and so we have a lot of encounters with the draft being like I mentioned we have the the rental Lemur island where you go on the island now in enhanced enhanced. CDs lemurs and there's Lear walk-throughs all over Europe. But there were very few in the United States. And so that's kind of where he took. That idea are kangaroo walkabout again you go to Australia in every every zoo. There hasn't like we have go petting zoos and you can feed them and stuff so it was like why don't we. Let's do that here. And we worked towards that so you can go in and you can pet the KANGAROOS. Now Alan you know feeding the lorikeets you know one thing that is unique to us. Is We do penguin swims right. The only place I know of North America and the only place. I've heard of an e even in Europe up where you can actually get in and swim with African Penguins. I mean there's plenty places swim dolphins or whatever but the only place that I know of that. You can swim a penguin so we do have some some unique experiences like that. But it's all about finding different ways to connect people to the natural world Ryo animals in the wild they're losing and and especially with younger generations and just the sheer amount of information. Right of the millennials on down. Like if you can't find a way A to strengthen that connection on a more emotional level beyond just I'm GonNa go to the zoo and see animals one hundred fifty feet off or whatever it is. If you can't find a way to do that then then people are going to care. Less in animals are going to suffer even more right so so we really take that. That's the core of our mission is strengthening that connection and so those encounters are a great way. We do that. What about relationships with other zoos I mean do you do? You provide any relationships sir with them to provide animals for them. Has that happened in the past. Yes so you know I mean a lot of people. Maybe don't realize unless you're in the industry is. We have a world class collection of animals at the party. And it's even something. I took for granted because I grew up with not all the ones we have today. But a lot of the ones that we have I. I took it for granted but the more directors from different zoos and different places from around the world have come to the park. And they're like. Wow you have that animal. Wow you have that animal and and I've come to realize that we have a truly special collection especially being a family owned facility one and two we are accredited by a there's an organization called the Zoological Association America Z.. A. Were credited by them. It's different from like Asia which is like County or a lot of the bigs are credit Summer both a lot of one or the other We are accredited by Asia and Asia. I would say controls majority of the species and animals in the in the country so for us to have the collection of animals. We have is is pretty amazing and so but that's because the gym's relationships in working with other zoos your question I I mean. He's been in the industry for forty years and he knows you know so. Yeah we do stuff all the time with San Diego Zoo and We're getting ready to get an Okapi from Cincinnati. Dan we I mean we've done stuff with Denver Kansas City a little bit with such a county. I'm so so yeah. We've worked with zoos all over the country and all over the world. I mean we got stuff in from Singapore Zoo. We've got some himself come from Australia. I mean we work with zoos all over the world.
Hotel offers $1 rooms for guests who live stream everything
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Weekend Racing Preview - Rosehill & Caulfield
"Group one rising everywhere so we're GONNA have contracts Coalfield Josie and Melissa to Sydney with your track report here. We'll stop because obviously it's a great bond. Rising on Saturday Ryo true good full lose hill a little bit of wing North North Easterly which will maintain its look. It's not going to have that much. Impact only fifteen ks but here. I think this is going to be a big advantage on spayed around Rosehill on Saturday and now we get to coalfield on Sunday at six. Mehta's good good for now windy speak of and again I think on Spain is going to be a huge advantage for shoot rices aimed for eight hundred plus the Emma. You've got to be on. I think they're going to be winning. Lots of rices absolutely group one racing tracks. GonNa Cover today but we got to Sydney first because that is the satellite. Let's have a look at the golden rose market. He People Act as your fiber. Currently it's free dollars exceedances sixty yard dash and yes yes yes yes at four hundred fifty. We we go from there. Cube Rick and Castle Vecchio both eleven dollars prints firewall twenty dollars passage twenty-six and others further further Josie the map match really important. I think probably the most important part of this race is a small field and I don't think they going to go fast Yale. Dash I think laid and he is where I think the rise can be one lost because I think maybe we can see at so. I just don't think horses and exceedances even Castle Vecchio had that early Gates Right Speight close enough and you in a slower on rice doesn't matter if you're not too far off them but when you go to host like bb Wack in front of you lost dot ran twenty to one eleven into lost four hundred loss two hundred and they couldn't catch him. I think this is gonNA sit up exactly locked at Yale Dash. Hey can laden. He's going to give a massive run as well as to. I think you're going to clear out and I just think the widest rice is going to be run. It sits up perfectly for BBC wacky got back to his best on the dry track. I think these treacle suit horses on Spe Kobe on with the Godolphin Blue Army to win the Golden R-ariz. Bv Wack Very Good Josie. Do you agree that's good as before no because he writes divert different pressure here. There's any tools is in this race that have won seven for the loans. That's Prince foul was it was terrible. I up and of course Kosovac and I want to talk about Kaseke. I because he's had an unusual preparation Russian coming into this race. He ran over fifteen hundred meters. I up with fifty eight. He got back on a die way. You couldn't really might grand and when he indeed when you go to the outside after being ridden CODA gain a flu and he showed the acceleration that I wanted to see adjust picked on these running saw the last fifty so he comes back an extra hundred meters fights while while like castell Vicki I was because this is a small field josie spike speed dash guy fold and dictate terms terms BIVOUAC with full. Don't pass each go forward and put some pressure on these horses in existence needs to come across us. Don't passage BIVOUAC and sit on those horses. This is a group one. These more pressure is tactical in this small field guy back and Watch Castle Vecchio when he sat when he drew and saw it and he set up on the speed when he when he's group one champagne. Hey Ken seek close. You don't have to draw net where he has to come back in Roy Court. He's only going to be three pays back a set. Nas and close when he want. He's a group one and he saw has run out of the fourteen hundred when he was thirty at to go back in a massive run once again and he has the acceleration tuna foot to seat off these pressure in a group one race ace be close enough this time and pick them apart light dropping back set whites drop from the fifty eight to sit whites a seats closer. He's drone bed up oil blocking and I can't believe the price that we're going to get castaway. Cay Ifa may cause he's proven at this four hundred hundred and he's absorbed this type of pressure group pressure beforehand so i WanNa wrote
Horse Racing: Weekend Review
"Along to the show kennedy. Thank you very very much for downloading. Thanks for the kind words and social media over the weekend as well much appreciated. We'll look back on some exciting promising types for the future. A little bit of brief national hunt chats a new arc contender some bloodstock corner and some controversial topics as well along the way speaking speaking of controversial the queen of controversy arrested by the young jardins it miserable of herself john jones miss vanessa ryo the queen of controversy. I'm literally like the most uncontroversial controvercial personal history of the world will. That's controversial demand news a thousand pound light who would argue differently variety. We show the thing is i'd actually forgotten to ask vince about this and she said oh and don't forget about the dog story a now. I haven't so our listeners. Listeners will get to get the outrageous update towards the end of the show and speaking of money. Who's rolling in it. After the weekends i congratulations the only thing that really annoyed me was when you did your life piece to camera with vanessa ryland sky sports racing. I was fully expecting expecting you to either a produce a little bag full of money be throw cash into the air or sea just go like a rapper slap and cash around the place and making it rain congratulations on another big sail racing breeder kevin blake ninety five is no mean feat out of interest interest kevin. Were you expecting to get that kind of money. Nope nope nope basically no but it's nice to get surprised surprise the right way occasionally absolutely lots of d._m.'s from final fallen podcast listeners jerk kelly who you know well of course from doing the show with me all all saying congratulations to your calves so long may it continue speaking of exciting young talent palace pier is some of kingman kingman himself won on the group three scenario which will talk about a little bit later on in the show this son of his palace pier over the same course and distance looks to be a right type for john gosden and one of two on the day who absolutely bolted up strongly backed cost an awful lot of money so obviously i'm intrigued straightaway than what did you make of frankie dettori and john gosden palace pier well that was a big day for the golden two year olds boasts of the palaces coming out one at sandown and then one last late newcastle which touch upon tallies pit was probably the sex here at the two in the sense that ridden by frankie at sandown <hes> probably be much more in his field than cape policy up in newcastle and probably did it in a slightly <hes> smarter shop shop away and say because he's by kingman he sort of by the sar at the moment and he did it really well. He was pushed along esquel squeeze. The long toucher he you just to get an ice position and frankie oversee got him integrate palsy in the end and then what's really interesting is when you watch the race back cow. There's just the point where frankie starts to preska fresca essentially to go away from some more experience than some nicely bread rivals behind and he just takes that moment to the penny starts dropping often holds his heads realm not high in in sort of when he first presses go you can tell the horses just thinking this is the first time i've had a squeeze this. This is the first time i've been asked to do this and just for a minute. He's not giving he's just quite kingman. Lake is quite a short length of neck and so the rain has quite sure and it's not auden non-genuine cards. It's just the way it goes but then by the time he gets to the line. He is really stretching out very nicely. Indeed it it just from where frankie starts push to the line. It just takes a not at a time for the pennies to drop i want the penny has dropped his going away. He got it right through the line. Those loads the likely pulled a long way clear of some pretty decent rivals. Lots of people go excited about it and rightly so he looked really really smart. Individual ritual abdomen. We watch it back sort of better at gets to be honest with you.
Brian, Manchester City And Schwartzman. Dan discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Schwartzman. Dan is looking at a huge win for Manchester City, Dan, take us through it all Brian big remains city. They win their thirteenth straight Premier League match. One nil of a less this Leicester City at Yod Voss on company scoring the lone goal in the seventieth minute now Brian with the wind Manson he takes a one point lead in the Premier League table of Liverpool. They just needed an away. Win Sunday at Brighton to clinch his second straight league, title, sources reporting the agent for Manchester. United star Paul pod, bug me. No Ryo LA is expected to begin talks to the club next week regarding pod. Desire to leave Old Trafford this summer to head to round