21 Burst results for "Rava"

"rava" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

08:09 min | 6 d ago

"rava" Discussed on From Scratch

"The guy that had brought in to run the company and i said to him. You know i'm gonna. I'm gonna leave. I got this job opportunity. And he turned to me and he said no. You're not going to go anywhere. You're going to stay here with me. You're one of the best things we have here and You're going to run this company again one day and i my said are you sure. Have you been reading the press. And he said you're gonna stay stay with me and work together with me and I staden ultimately i Was promoted to running that. The company can and I think with that happened. I sort of had a different point of view and said to myself. I don't have anything more to accomplish here. And maybe in some ways. I wanted to just prove that my dad was right and those guys were wrong and I i left the company And interesting an interesting enough. I'm still very close friends with barry schwartz and When i see. Calvin calvin rava very nice relationship anyway. Then i got offered the job to be the. Ceo van klein. I had known the fellow that that was the part owner of the company. Part part of the company was american guide. Another guy was was. Japanese was sort of an introduction to what ended up happening in the rest of my life was away that i could get disconnected from My family's business and sort of have something. That was more my own. I was there for six years. And i suppose that i have had a desire to move the company in a different direction so we had a disagreement in and they fired me. They didn't feel really very good at the moment. You know. I didn't really appreciate it. But the truth of the matter is that it wasn't the right job for me anymore and i went off to to really pursue something that was much more authentic to me and to create something that was really my own expression. You started theory in nineteen ninety seven l. e. tahari was your partner at the time and he introduced you to a new material which really was the material upon which a lot of the company was based its lycra. Which is elastic polyurethane. Actually can you tell me about lycra. And what would the appeal was for you. I actually met elie tahari. Because when i had left and klein i had the idea that i wanted to start something on my own but i didn't know what it was then. I met ellie just coming in and advising alley on his clothing and his marketing and his merchandising and he and i got along really great we understood each other and elian. I decided to start this business. And i'm at that time. He was experimenting with a lot of fabrics with lycra and He actually made me a pair of pants. I put the pants on. And i said l. e. this the business we're going into basically. I wanted to have a company that on hundred percent of its clothes were made with with fabrics would like cry and have this idea that the world was changing It was just at the beginning of cell phones and the internet and that the office was going to be a much more versatile place. It wasn't going to be a destination anymore. It's going to be wherever you were and that people needed closed that were much more versatile than that that word so uniformed and i wanted to make A whole lot of close out of fabric lycra. I wanted them to be individual pieces that could mix and match in a multitude of different ways and that could could be comfortable yet sexy and modern and have a whole different shape in proportion lie. Incidentally did you name it theory. Basically i was originally going to start the company and call it stretch theory and came to my senses realized that maybe stretch theory is a little limited heaton. They just just wanted to make it theory. The interesting thing there is somebody else had the name registered and happen to know my called him on the phone and said listen. I wanna get this name theory. I don't see a using it. He said why. Don't you come over and see me anyway. Make a long story short. He says if you give my my wife and daughter some free close Happy to give you the name for what it cost me to register it and you should know a nine hundred ninety seven when you started. I was a recent college graduate. And i would go into your store and columbus avenue on the upper west side. The clothes were way too expensive for me. But when i could afford a piece they were my favorite pieces. Just so you know. It's funny that you mentioned the store in columbus avenue. My daughter was a teenager at that time. And i remember she's having a bad night. It was like eleven o'clock at night. And i said oh. Come on actually. I want to take you and show you the store. I wanna take on battiston avenue. And i showed the store on madison. She said dad why you take the store on madison. Let's i want to show you the store on columbus avenue and so that's how i ended up taking the store because you know my daughter pointed it out to be. Yeah anyway my personal life. In my business life where we're totally intertwined. At that time. I was raising my kids and and started the company at the same time and so if my kids had to sort of put up with with with a lot what else did. They have to put up with or contributions today. Make the interesting. I've got a cfda award a few years ago and my kids narrated a video about you know their perception of their father and you know. I remember my son having to say and daughter well. We used to spend our saturdays and sundays walking through factories or retail stores and but neither one of them ended up in the business. But i think it was a good education for them to understand what it takes to to sort of really love something. It'd be passionate about it and and be committed to it and you know both my kids are committed to what they're doing in life today. Which is my daughter said. Professional cross fifth competitor and my son is is in the music industry sort of does what i do but in the music industry which is find good talent and support them so you launched theory with ellie with this lycra component and wanting to make contemporary close for really young women at the time. At what point did you get a sense that you know what this this is getting. Traction i think that starting out. I was always a little nervous. Would this really work. I remember waking up in the middle of the night on many occasions and walk around how. How's the salt gonna come together and work but pretty quickly. The reaction to the close was was unusual. Although i wasn't confident i was going to stay in business. I was confident. I had a business really right away. The first year we did about six million dollars in business the second year we did twenty million dollars business. Once that happened. I sort of knew that there was a future future here and the response to the close was was enough. I didn't need advertising or anything that close where the best advertisement for the for a company. And did you start with retail stores or just walk me through the first year or two very different Environment back then. The idea of going directly to the consumer was not something that manufacturers designers thought about You know the business at that time was done through you. Know major department specialty stores and We sold all of the best ones and it was a much more traditional way of of of starting a business and and done through department stores and gave me the ability to without a huge investment to scale the business really quickly and incidentally the the industry you you alluded to. This was a lot different than it is. Now you.

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"rava" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

02:55 min | 3 weeks ago

"rava" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"Coming back to the city feel like the end of the summer like i just know that it's going to be. The apartments hunt is going to be crazy but yeah it should be. It should be interesting. When i try to get back here but for now we just got the bends or rotten around and we got the led lights inside. I'm not trying to brag. I'm trying to stay humble about china. And i'm really not trying to brag about. I'm trying to stay humble about it. But i was very proud of myself because my first car. Yeah it was a big deal. Big bow on the car eighty. Thank you. I love you family yet. You bought yourself nice things but nothing close to this and yeah you know. Splurge why not. Yeah the winter. I'll be like why did i do that. It's summer. I do a lot of things. Reckless decision reckless decisions. I was very close to calling you guys like on friday and being like i'm not coming back. I would have friend of. You told me that you wanted to say for the game and you having back late i would have shut your head and said i know i know why you didn't do that. I know we got to come to work but like we have done it over over the laptop. I know why didn't have any my show with me. I didn't bring i. I would have had to call you on the phone. It's like and like dialed in. We're watching and we just recorded during that. I know i know. I know it would've been insane. But i felt like we took a whole week off of doing the show where it's time to get back to get back to work. I texted you like mid week. Like miss you she did. I just i missed. Listen i miss. I miss her a little bit. I'm just going to send our little miss you. Because i really try and i. Obviously we talked a little bit. But i did try and yeah keep my phone away under originally i did not. I was on my phone the entire time. And all i did was binge-watching dance. Moms i just started for small. Have you ever watched own. Oh my lord. Quick rava really want single episode of friends. You need to start from the beginning because let me tell you hugged. I recommend everybody out there. Once in your life you need to watch dance moms. Because abby lee miller is a menace to society in the best way possible. I mean you hate her but at the same time you're like you know what she's trying to make these kids stars all the moms are whining and bitching. They're all jealous of mattie. Let me just say something to this. Okay because we all to know and you have no idea what i'm talking about when you watch you will maddie ziegler maddie. Ziegler people are like really. Are you team or t mattie khloe wonderful little girl wonderful little dancer yes now like seventeen eighteen and up. I think some of them may be younger. Mackenzie goes younger or whatever great dancer. Great little girl felt bad for her. Because her mother christie chloe's mother chloe's.

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"rava" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

Archives of Fabella

07:42 min | 8 months ago

"rava" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

"Are on us like herald planning to escape for their own benefit. Not even in this dark setting. He tried desperately to continually keep his moral. Compass pointed north and to lead with love silas. What the troublesome boys carelessly ignored the second day stepped foot out of the shadows cast by the empire. They would be killed. Silas could do more good for the world. The higher he claimed in the military then participating in a rare bellion destined to fail and lead to the death of all. Those involved herald was the only rebel who continually the danger. Silas said would come. Should he be labeled an outlaw by the empire silas and herald mutual companionship and trust in each other remained present until the year. Fifty eight ninety seven when the transport the two were assigned to oversee was attacked by a league of pirates called. S- tyndall marauders. They took their name after the noted crime boss. Rava rava stendhal. Who led the marauders in capturing imperial goods. They had no dreams or aspirations of rebellion the criminals only after that which they could use for their selfish means nothing more herald recognized. Istanbul marauders potential to start a rebellion. Never shared his plan to escape with silas. He never got a chance to because silas doing the job he was hired to do. Shot down. the stendhal marauders after they try to pill for a large shipment of cargo silas with congratulated for his efforts by the imperial high command. Still his actions came at grave constitu to his relationship with herald seeing his one shot at rebellion slip away herald made his escape with a group of boys at long. Last many of the boys were killed. Just a silas predicted they would be herald. Found freedom with the last vestiges of the weakened. Stendhal marauders at the moment. He lost his true love. Silence realized the only way that he could assure herald safety west to ascend higher in the imperial command. He dedicated his life to lead the empire only by siding with the enemy. Could he bring an end. To all the bloodshed and terror wrought by imperial rule. He would march shoulder to shoulder with emperor. Krona's then do the one thing sue many armies had failed at kill the satanic embodiment of evil. Once and for all to enact his plan silas kill grave truly needed to embrace everything he knew about being recognized as a hero. Sadly it did not involve this sound teachings of his mother silas kill grave did what he'd been taught to do since he was thirteen. Erase all signs of compassion in a bid to project strength and power to bend people to his will. I aim to be harboring of destruction preached silas cold grave in a public address to the military following his success with the stendhal marauders. Oh that fabella wentz was is gone in should be turned to rush and an emmy is out there and we will them no quarter no relief. No refuge from our military might rattle was only the first of many speeches silence delivered to the masses officers with less remarkable public. Speaking ability began to rely on him to give lessons. The were incapable of providing he became the youngest cadet ever promoted to the rank of captain in the air force. Numerous followers knelt at his talents and dedicated themselves to following his lead with his new appointment. To silence assumed command of the eighty fifth squadron. A post he would covet for the rest of his life. The eighty fifth squadron quickly became known as kill graves hammer meanwhile herald successful in reorganizing. The dental marauders into a fighting force. They struck more military cargo ships to amass a store of weapons. They hoped to arm. The rebellion silas continually worked to stop herald crew from finding success with their missions. Squadron members of kill graves hammer had standing orders to capture herald and deliver him to silas alive. At which point silas would allow herald to escape from prison before he was due to stand trial. If herald and the mariners grew too powerful silas would be unable to save the life of his love and friend so kill graves. Hammer was called upon to keep marauders stuck and little more than a public nuisance. Silas went so far as discreetly provide herald pirate competition with weapons so that they would rise to more prominence against the empire and he would receive more accolades from top commanders when he stopped them. Silence as plan worked and with each rebellion. He squashed e clamped closer to his goal. Even with all silas kill graves lessons. He still had yet to face. Emperor cronos the two didn't meet until a banquet for the imperial high command. Brought them together. Silas delivered such a rousing. Impassioned speech to the assembled guests cronos made it a point to use himself personally to the captain. He had heard so much about. This was precisely what silas wanted like spider. He waited until his prey became ensnared in his web of deceit emperor. Cronos had come to silas. Not the other way. Around it had to be the satanic emperor's choice to invite silas kill grave into his inner circle only then could silence be assured his moment to strike would come without warning the most remarkable thing about emperor kronos as away emerged about with no security. The enigmatic ruler did not have a squad of bodyguards at his call to earn it. If his life was ever in terrible danger he continually strut about without fear of being attacked. Appearances could still be deceiving. So silas remained in weight planty watching and evaluating the bold emperors everyman. As time went by emperor. Kronos actually sought out silas as the two of them launched into regular conversations. Kronos became aware of how politically insightful silence was although he remained with the military silas was formerly made a deputy advisor to emperor cronos. He was awarded a firm place in the imperial high command in his role.

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Are We Even Friends? with Dan Matthews (DANakaDAN)

First of All

03:28 min | 11 months ago

Are We Even Friends? with Dan Matthews (DANakaDAN)

"Hello. There's no like nine. Move How are you? Heard. Okay. Hanging in there. Yeah. This is a good start in the gas. We've just started right now. Absolutely just totally started the conversation at this exact moment nothing preceding this at all. Oh Man. Okay. Wait. So we need a backtrack I need a time check we we did a social distance hang out. Toiling outing myself right now but that was how long ago was that like a week ago. About. Three weeks ago. And then before that, we had met up. For about a year and a half. Africa for something. For somebody intentional look I would see you at events. and. We would see each other and stuff. But an intentional hang out hasn't happened for about a year and a half cents three weeks ago, which is a really really long amount of time. It might have been even lying half because we usually do it once in December and then this last one happened in July. Or? End of July early early August, and that's like even more than a year and a half. Do you credit that to like us being busy hustlers who are in our thirties kind of thing who also live in la where like nobody sees each other for anything unless it's like an event or is it like I? Don't know we're we had a long talk about friendships and I wanNA talk to you about that because I still have a lot to unpack. Why why do you think that is why do we see each other and hang out 'cause I consider you a friend. Dan Justify. What do you think it takes us a year and a half to hang out. I think largely has to do with the fact that we are in our thirties were hustling him out there and trying to do important stuff that we feel that we need to get done and I think that a big portion of it is we are used to began with you. Yeah. We're. We're friends and we've known each other for a really long time but I. I think you have closer friends our people that like you need the you generally more on a daily or like maybe you'll see like a weekly basis like you may closer than me and you are and so I'm sure you see. More often than you see me. and. and. So I think that like Rava level in our friendship where in a lot of people I think in their their thirties are where they've got the really close set of people. They need to see a lot more often and they've got people that are I don't see I go a year before I'll see like a family member but they're still family to me and they're still important bray I WANNA on keeping my life and so I would consider to be like it's kind of like that it's not like they're gonNa go away or anything it's not gonNa want to see them or they're not somebody I want to keep my life because I do think. That I'M GONNA keep my life but I think we both understand like we're coming from and the. Word against refresh we're not like close out the land to see you every single week. We're not interested I think we've got old enough I don't know. That level we just we can start digging deep in your friendship with that means.

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Will Australia have access to a vaccine if/when it is discovered?

Coronacast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

Will Australia have access to a vaccine if/when it is discovered?

"This is corona cost a podcast all about the coronavirus I'm health report a Teigen Taylor on physician and Journalists Alter Norman Swan it's Tuesday the eighteenth of August. So No, we're hearing that the government seen advanced negotiations with a couple of different companies about a vaccine securing a supply of vaccine for. STRATEGIA. Even though don't actually know which accents GonNa work yet what's involved in this process of making sure that we can get it once we know what works well, there are two ways of getting one is to enter into events purchase deal. Which is what America has done with several manufacturers. So for example, with the Oxford Vaccine I think they've pre-booked three hundred million dollars is the European Communities pre-booked four, hundred, million doses. Then there's does is they've got to give to Garvey for low income countries. It doesn't leave much in Britain's got to get. Some doesn't much out of their first billion doses. So you know and that's the front of the queue. There is an Indian manufacturer sending up to manufacture some of these vaccines particularly the Oxford one. Last week on seven thirty, the telling Nolan from the University of Melbourne was saying that he's reasonably optimistic going to be more than one vaccine available in a reasonably short space of time in other words this year sometime towards the end of this year. And therefore, there probably will be plenty of doors to go around. But that doesn't mean to say that we're home and hosed with that. Now, it's believed that the negotiations the government's doing are with the Oxford Group, but we don't have manufacturing capacity for that kind of vaccine in Australia. Sort of vaccines that CSL US but we have got expertise in vaccine production and the easiest way to do this is to license the technology and manufacturing in Australia so that we can guarantee that. So so in other words taking supply away from anywhere else we would be manufacturing the vaccine for our own use. It does mean, of course that if it doesn't work, we've got to find. Vaccine from elsewhere but it's quite likely that what are the vaccines which will be fun to? We'll be the vaccine, but it's not guaranteed right. So like scientists got a lot of different irons in the fire here and some companies have decided to back a particular one and stop making that. So that one that you mentioned the Oxford one has a billion orders already in what if it doesn't work Tip It all down the drain just closed because of the junk heap that's taking. So the so the least risk for Ustralia is to license the technology and pay a license fee vaccine. Without pre purchasing vaccine so that we can produce it if it works. And in the hope that we can tool up pretty quickly. Probably even test that in advance and you might want WanNa, take a risk and produce vaccine. Ahead of time we they're doing in the United Kingdom or the other way that the the government can do to pre purchase vaccines and what Americans do with some scenes saying, well, we will guarantee you x billion dollars ranks one, hundred, million dollars if your vaccine is approved for registration so there's a caveat on it as well, but it does give those companies the ability to borrow money or. Gain grants or other things because they've got guaranteed income should it be successful? Can we take a step for a second and talk about what it actually takes to get a vaccine from the lead benchtop into the little glass vial that you see at the pharmacy, which is what they didn't stick in your arm. The problem is that was the vaccines that are most likely to be successful. Initially, it's novel technology and the novel technology is on both sides of the equation there's this edge of. And there's the actual bit of the virus itself. So with the Oxford vaccine, the event that's going to amplify the immune response is actually an admiral virus from a chimpanzee. The Russian and Chinese vaccines are also adenovirus vaccines. Now, that requires new technology development, develop it safely, and then you go to the technology to produce the the bit of the Corona virus that you're gonNA use to stimulate the specific immune response with the Madeira no one in America, the vaccine, which is a little packet of. Genetic messaging which goes into the cell to produce. A bit of the virus to stimulate the immune response. There's no Ativan. But. That requires special manufacturing technology as well. So Australia acquiring, the latest technology would be acquiring, know how that's going to be very handy for into the future and makes us independent of other supplies overseas Rava van necessarily pre purchasing large numbers of the doses from overseas in the hope that they were going to be approved. Now, America's done a couple of things that they're they've pre purchased unconditionally some vaccine and they've pre purchased some vaccines. On the basis of them having been approved and they're just hedging their bets and Some money might well be wasted in this and some vaccines which are being pre manufactured such as Oxford vaccine may have to be junked if it doesn't work one hopes not.

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"rava" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"rava" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"While there are reported numbers of attacks on sex workers they are likely vastly underreported as those women do not have have the protections that would usually be afforded in documented work. The risk of being assaulted while working is extraordinarily high in wanting stints to sex work who chose to remain anonymous had been picked up from Manchester Road and taken back to the home of fifty four year old Barry's of Anwr on county road the woman was brutally right and assaulted she chose to speak up and reported the incident to police the case went to trial during September. Two Thousand and sixteen and seven row was found guilty after the weeklong trial detective constable Matt Lewis praised the victim for bravely speaking up quite showed great courage by the victim in coming to the court and indeed electing to give evidence in the courtroom Rava Vanover the video link she showed extreme bravery in doing so she should be he commended for that every pass and has the right to be protected by the law and that includes everybody whatever their lifestyle I would like to particularly thank the Nielsen Trust in supporting the victim through what has been a very traumatic time for her Barry's van Roy was sentenced to eight years in prison and would be placed on the sex offenders register for life.

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Nicholas Braun, "Succession"

Popcorn with Peter Travers

13:41 min | 2 years ago

Nicholas Braun, "Succession"

"What's the news. What's what's going on. How good this sick fashion. We call a good penthouses gone. Yeah i mean i'm sure i could be way better. I just don't know how what what take what happened with your your house. Oh i'm <hes> got rid of it smelt of rava the rich yeah yeah yeah. That's the nicest hotel been of course it's. I'm sorry new york apartment in it's a hotel room. Well there are aw. I can't give away things if they haven't been on yet but tears. The greg is hunting for apartments to live and and in subsequent episodes. There are amazing thing so you going up into that. The bed is like the size of this door you a._m. Squeeze into it knocking my head on the ceiling right but it's a loft so that's cool but i've yeah it's a very real thing you can't in an apartment in new york for any i mean shopping for apartments and you've got to spend money to just have room to move around even in my apartment right now. I can't even like do do a push up on the ground not that i try to do push ups all the time but like sometimes i do round and sometimes they just want to stretch you know like do like like stretch stretch my legs or something again that what are you six four. I'm six seven what that short. I take it back when i was younger in auditions editions and now at this point i'm on popcorn with peter travers so i feel like i can be honestly. I'm six seven. Wow yeah no yeah. There's a lot sometimes times. When you're auditioning actresses who are five one yeah well yeah i pretty much any any rule so if i if there's a father and and he's shorter than six to like i have no chance of playing his son really picking yoon about it. Yeah yeah yeah oh. I've lost a lot roles because of my height because because you know it's hard to photograph maybe for some people or or they don't want to put the lead actors on apple boxes which i understand india now on a movie once where it was a walk and talk through high school and they're actress that was playing my love interest she and and i were walking in the gave her a track of apple boxes like twenty pieces of wood lined up together leap almost white. Luckily they weren't saying. I thought maybe it was like a jump. No she had this nice wooden pass to walk on and then she couldn't walk loudly because it would make noise on the wood so i sorta stuff is awkward. I guess maybe in a stone age of movies when alan ladd was with field rent in the boy on a dolphin. He was like five four so they they dug a trench for fielder renter walker right that you should make them do that. This should dig up flooring for they should do. You should be haulage. You are yeah yeah vetco star walk in the trench except wouldn't i need to walk. You would walk in the trash you were. I would need to walk you wouldn't they would need to stay. Stay on grounds. That's it none of that for you so i walked down the trench there on the boxes. Maybe i should bring a little if i'm just so confused now into image of you as zach attack yeah. That was the first sky sky high of course i'm film critic that would in fact that those fifteen years ago had a clip because is there was hair like yeah what leads blonde bleached platinum blonde thing. I glowed in the dark if you if if you turn the lights off and look real close you could see glowing but you couldn't in the light. That was one of the sad parts of that character yeah that that's a good that was my first big part yeah and when that happened what happened to you did you. You've got that part and you said i'm gonna make it in this business. It's gonna be great. I don't know if you ever say that. I don't know i don't know if you ever know sixteen and and i i remember getting it. The moment i got the call and i screamed and screamed for some amount of time and it was just the greatest moment of my life screaming screaming with my friends. I was just screaming but you know i did think this is the real version of my dream. This is a big real movie. You know it's not a play. It's a in connecticut is doing small plays a little short films student films and things but this this was like a real. I was gonna get paid like real real money and <hes> go do it in l._a. You know so that that did feel like the moment where maybe i thought oh. Maybe i'm i keep doing this but i don't think you ever know that you're gonna well connect you going to that's never going to be eh. What happens it's going to be do. I get another job exactly who i ever work again. That's part of the deal. Exactly you have to get. I used to it. I can't get used to it. It's like it's not i never well. I guess maybe right now. I feel like the shows come out and and we're we're gonna have another seasons so that's technically another job. Oh and they'll be h._b._o. Will be just wheeling wheelbarrows full of money to your door to what happens season three. Oh wow cool yeah and you cash. He warned his show that about this great wealth and you grew up and knowing your father you know so there. There must have been up to billions that you grew up yeah. The also votes both before five yachts. I can't remember when we were young. When your father author craig brown did design some of the great album covers of our time he designed the sticky fingered stevie wonder you know he did all of that a big big time people but now being the jealous bastardy is he's become an actor yeah after your job. He started. I why he started started for. He's the reason that i started to give him his son. Come and sit down next to me and i'm gonna tell you he he said. I don't have anybody to run my lines with for this audition. We read them with me. I don't wanna talk to my voice memo anymore. So i was was just learning how to read six seven down. I wanna go outside and play you know. Please let me go outside. No sit here and read. These me helped me prepare child. It was really intense bar jail me repair repair. I have a big audition but there was a great encouragement of you to do this. Yes they're getting get good critiques from him. Yeah yeah i do i do. I think i think yeah i think he tells me that i'm good. Critique isn't good then. You need to have some honest response. I should have them. Write an article for for me or something right up nice document to build. You know this kind of thing because you did that you had t._v. Shows <hes> ten things. I hate about about you know. You're really good at comedy but i've seen you play really creepy horrible people as well <hes> stanford prison experiment fair menu. This guard red state. What goes on when you get apart like that. You look to break it up. Do you say don't want to be funny now. I want to be something yeah. I well. I don't know i think i always liked being funny. I eh but i usually i got a lot of rules where i played a good guy good ernest fella and so when those parts came along. I thought this is a really a good opportunity to look at those darker parts of myself and show some colors off that i haven't gotten to show before stanford prison was was interesting because is a lotta. My friends were in that movie so i got to just treat them. Horribly always a good thing yeah yeah so just got to yell at them and force them to do things and fight fight them like ezra miller. He and i were wrestling a lot in that movie and that was really fun just sort of bashing into each other. I like those opportunities where you just get to. I don't know i get to be meaner. Tougher have amine side dip yeah and and how does it manifest itself no no sorry. I'm sorry i'm sorry even didn't seem so me. No no wasn't wasn't before. I go to a couple of questions from the world of the internet. Oh my gosh they're here. I have to ask you about your music career. Oh wow because that must be discussed. Cool devoted are you to it. What is it <hes>. I love i love. I love to write songs. I love to sing. Gosh i just remember you're going to have yeah yeah so i was just at a great song you though so we'll stay to the end but are you. Do you go on a tour with the band. Since succession started like it's been tougher to do music becomes it's okay you know i understand just greg it does and brain space the whole rockstar thing will come later. Yeah i can do it into my thirties. Forties right look mick jagger hundreds. There's there's no stopping it but i do love it. I love i love music. It's it's something that i think about all the time but it's not right now in my periphery but but i i yeah i love doing and i love making stuff and <hes> yeah so good. We'll see. I hope i hope i get to we'll see in a minute when you when you think on but right now let's take a couple of questions from the world outside from mike h. What is your favorite seeing you filmed for succession my favorite scene. I filmed for succession <hes> very good reading. What's my favorite scene for success. What is my sorry going to do that whole bit. It was done minutes. I think there was a scene where sure i was really high on the patio during the thanksgiving episode last season where matthew comes out and he tells me i'm going to have to shred the documents and and i really liked playing. I liked playing drugs. That's always fun. Actually the scene where i got such can integral part of your life. I guess and e._s. Wanna play it on screen right. You bring right now. I i get that. We want to bring in who we are too. Yeah mike satisfied with that. That should be good and then yeah. I also liked other drugs scenes snorting. The cocaine with kendall was really was really fun. There's a theme here. It's great okay. Let's throw one. I'm greg greg. Did that would venture another question now from terence k of the three roy siblings. Who do you think would be best to lead waste because i guess schiff i think shift. I think we need a female c._e._o. When a company company like this we need some tenderness you know it's not that tender but he's not at all but you know i think she has her moments and <hes> and i think she has. We need a female perspective all right. It's time time for the song. Oh gosh come on you to hold over. People sat in that chair who sang their heart out. We'll have this one song. It's kind of old song okay so you didn't write it. I didn't read it but it goes happy birthday on the it's your birthday but to have the birthday birthday. They're happy birthday to you all very very move but at the same time that was such a cop out you know it was it was nice and it's rare air to see any of your roles. Do something so really nice. Yeah you know so you want. Something meaner removed this but the next time you're on. We're gonna gonna do some kind of rock and roll something sexy version of mama. I promise thank you

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Have Tech Companies Become Too Powerful? Congress Will Investigate

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:22 min | 2 years ago

Have Tech Companies Become Too Powerful? Congress Will Investigate

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google from Connecticut to California from Mississippi to Minnesota millions of businesses are using Google tools to grow online. Learn how Google is supporting businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact. How important have Facebook, Google apple and Amazon become to your daily life. Some in congress think that these companies have gotten way too big and have way too much power to the point that they are snuffing out competition and actually harming consumers. This comes as the Trump administration has also suggested ramping up its antitrust oversight, Tony Romm with the Washington Post has done extensive reporting on this end is here with us in the studio. Thanks for coming in. Hey, thanks for having me, so congress is holding hearings this week on this very topic. What realistically is gonna come from them? Yeah, this is about the walls really closing in on big tech companies here in Washington. We've heard lots of theoretical concerns for a long time that companies like Facebook and Google and Amazon. Are too big. And as a result of that bigness are misusing your data or stifling competition. But we're now beginning to see lawmakers of both political parties putting that into action. And we had this week was an announcement from Davidson cellini, the top congressmen who leads the House Judiciary committee's competition, focus panel saying that they're going to embark on this very lengthy, top to bottom review of big tech companies to see exactly if they're stifling competition, and then to figure out at the end of the line here, whether something has to be done to fix the country's antitrust laws. And so we could see a lot here because see public hearings, we could see the grilling of major tech executives once again, we could even see subpoenas that force these companies to turn over documents. So it could be pretty uncomfortable for tech. I mean, we did see the Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifying in front of congress last year of wanna play a little clip of that. Let's listen overlaps with Porsche, don't think you have a monopoly. Certainly doesn't feel like that to me. Okay. So a Facebook as you point out has long been accused of privacy breaches of spreading disinformation and Washington, kind of just turned a blind eye. Now, there is this change is this all because of the Russian visitation, if feels like they're playing a bit of catch-up here in Washington. It's not all because of the Russia investigation, but I feel. And if you talk to experts, they say, the same thing, there's this overwhelming feeling that perhaps Washington just wasn't paying enough attention to the ills of the tech industry that companies like Facebook had gotten a pretty decent political ride here in Washington. But whether it's what happened with Russia and the spread of disinformation or the privacy violations. We've seen it Facebook. There's down this recognition that perhaps regulation hasn't caught up with these companies. And so this sort of translates, the antitrust conversation with a company like Facebook because lawmakers say, well, if you're concerned with the things that company like Facebook is doing. Where do you turn? What's the other social network that you use? If you find that Facebook is acting in some objectionable way, they think the choices are too few right? Because. Unlike you know. Apple. Which produces the iphone there are other alternatives. Something like Facebook. There really isn't something distinct that, that could provide an alternative for consumers. Yeah. And Facebook bought up some of its competitors. Right. So Facebook, also, owns WhatsApp messaging service, it owns Instagram, which is a photo sharing site that many folks use. And so the concern is that Washington allowed this sort of consolidation to happen. And that perhaps there needs to be a second look at a company like Facebook so separately. The Trump administration is taking these steps at least talking about them to increase antitrust oversight. How is that gonna play up? Yeah. We're sort of seeing the reckoning translate to the Trump administration as well as the Federal Trade Commission and the department of Justice, the two major anti-trust agencies here in Washington are beginning to divvy up their territory, deciding which agency is going to look at Facebook, or Google, or apple or Amazon, and so it's still early days. This is not to say that there's some immediate any trust. Invasive investigation hanging over these companies or that they're going to be broken up or something. But this starts the process, the could lead to the store. Of things that change the way, these companies behave. I mean Donald Trump and democratic contender for the White House, Elizabeth Warren don't agree on much. But at least they're both talking about the fact that these companies have gotten too large. I mean, she's just calling out for the all out dissembling of, of these companies Facebook's co founder Chris, Hughes published an op-ed in the New York Times and talk to us on our show last month, calling for Facebook to be broken up. Let's by that. To be little startup story of American entrepreneurship has become a leviathan and most importantly, Mark, Zuckerberg is unaccountable. And I think government should step up break up the company and regulate it, can you foresee that happening the world long way from that there is a rare political alignment, right now between folks, like Warren and President Trump who feel for slightly different reasons that we need to take a much tougher look at these beat tech companies. But a break-up of Facebook ready of its peers. For that matter is something that wouldn't just happen overnight. I mean remember when the US government looked at Microsoft and embarked on any trust investigation, then it took over a decade for that to even be resolved. So we're talking about a long process and the conversation started really this week, Tony Romm covers technology policy for the Washington Post and he was in our studios. We should add Facebook Amazon, and Google are all NPR sponsors. Tony. Thank you. Thanks, Rava

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"rava" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

12:43 min | 2 years ago

"rava" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"God's word to the Christian life address issues that concerned the church and we even take some time to offer a correct understanding of those commonly misinterpreted passages of scripture, you will hear from great guests like Justin Peters. Todd Friel Jay, Warren, Wallis, and gave Hughes, Andrew has the Rava report daily, which is a two minute Monday through Friday podcast. And then the longer raff report podcast for more content. Subscribe. Both today by searching for rap report on any podcast app spelled. R A, P P report, or click the podcast link at striving for eternity.

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"rava" Discussed on Download

Download

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"rava" Discussed on Download

"This is again, another example of Facebook saying, well, we've got a great social graph already. And so how do we leverage that to put all the dating apps out of business at the same time people said, well, yeah. But I I don't want my Facebook life in my dating life to be combined. Like, oh, well, you'll have a dating profile, and it'll be separate which is weird. Because then it's like, well, it's we're using our social graph. But we're not using our social graph toward not not using our social graph. So it's kind of weird already. But this week they announced a feature called secret crush where you basically get to create a list of people, you know, who you you like you or I guess in in high school terms or middle school terms you like like. And if they also have you on their list, then like a an animation plays and. Do you both secretly like each other? And then I don't know what happens. I saw a tweet pass by that said, this is the feature that will that will destroy a million marriages. And also, I I really started gaming it. Which is what you do is. You just start adding people to your secret crush list, and then you take them off. And then you add more people than you, you find out who matches and who doesn't it seems like a terrible idea too. Well, I think. I I don't think Facebook articulated this very well. I believe secret crush you have to set up dating profile. Yes. Well, I think in secret like it's Ted dating profile, but people don't know that you Rava dating profile. So it's not like you'll just be in regular old Facebook and set up your secret crush list in torpedo, your marriages and relationships that way. So you actually have to actively create a dating profile with. But it's a it's a very weird feature. And it's I think an example of how Facebook can take an idea that seems like a natural extension. Sure, why not create a dating section on your on your big social network where you can meet people and find out who shares your interest in your passions. Sure, we can do that. We can set up this thing where it's a separate profile in. So that your friends don't know that you're on the prowl and that that's fine. But then you get the sense of someone who is a meeting going..

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"rava" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"rava" Discussed on No Jumper

"So I did what I had to do guided the situation and recall now, I have no grudge. I hope he doesn't just man. It's all love. What do you think about his handling of the situation because from my perspective, it's like, I think just because of the space the Tory put himself in where he's doing these distracts where he's having fun with it and stuff, it just doesn't it doesn't feel sporting to me to then turn it into violence. Yeah. I mean, it's hard to speak on for me because I'm such like, I'm not holding grudge type, dude. So literally as soon as that car pulled off, and it was done. I was done with it. That's another reason why I think it was kinda fucked up is because nobody's looking at data. Dax's some killer putting themselves out there with guns, and there's a million rabbits or take photos with guns. You don't do that. It's just you make it pretty clear like I'm a rapper, and I'm not putting myself out here. Some crazy gangster rap about stuff. That's not my MO mastered off the spoken-word police to do motivational speaking schools and shit like that. So it's a totally different. Like just realm. I feel like I'm in. But yeah, I'm just thankful that it didn't go as far as sometimes those situations. Go I'm thankful that you know, they didn't take it further. I'm thankful that. I didn't take it further. I'm thankful that it was able to be put out to the world and people can see that you can still be a dope as rapper and do whatever the fuck you wanna do. But you don't gotta be this negative social media want you to and they want me to be that they they want me to be that on on. Nick, fuck you. They want me to be that. And then all of a sudden, I'm getting my ass beat on camera. And now, they're still laughing. But you know, so I choose not to be that personnel. Choose not to succumb to any social pressure. Not choose to do the right thing. You know, it was crazy. 'cause when I found myself at video you just a few hours earlier I've been hanging out with another rapper. And he's much more of like a gangsta rapper seventeen or whatever. And we have been talking about a different situation in which rapper got robbed and chain so can stuff, and there's the Rava was saying his, you know, he was just doing this whole rant of like, you know, when you're sixteen seventeen like nine nobody taking my jewelry. If somebody came put the pistol to me, I'm going to die before I give my chain Bubba. And I was sitting there thinking like I'm not as dumb shit like that when I was sixteen to. Yeah. But now, I'm thirty five and realistically if I was not exact situation, you're in like my bed. Exactly. And like, I was I was just telling Britain this. I was like, you know, what I'll watch a lot of like older men. You know what I mean? Even now, I watch Dedi I watch Jay Z. I watch all these guys and they're all about bringing peace no bringing the community together. And I've always told myself, I'm not gonna wait until I'm forty to calm down. I like the, you know, like why can't I be this nigga now? So, you know, I have no no ill harm to anybody. What happened happened? It's a good learning lesson for a lot of upcoming rappers. I think I feel like that's a revolutionary thing to happen to hip hop. What happened? Fucker apologize to a nigga for district. That's some legendary shit. But I mean the way the way the situation is playing out. I think that you know. Yeah. You do have some percentage of people or whatever the acting like you're a bitch or whatever for that. But I feel like you almost have more people who are acting like the situation doesn't seem right to them. They kind of silly. I would play it out because anyone who has half a brain. And saw video obviously knows that wasn't the whole situation. My chains are gone..

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"rava" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"rava" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"But this is something we want to actually go on an exam. Because if for some per doc sickle way that these sex dependent low idea, if increasing FLA Mason, a we wanna do we wanna know why? And we wanna know how we can affect it. Right. If you could repeat the study with younger, mice, both male and female again because I mean, the most obvious example is the biggest difference between the men and women of the sex hormones and the older they get that difference is still there. I mean, women will female mice would go from having some testosterone two zero testosterone. But gosh, the men would probably still have more estrogen than though, the males have more strident than the females post menopause, right? Which makes me wonder if the estrogen progesterone testosterone are somehow predict a protective of the inflammatory effect. So there is a, you know, we're working on a grant because the sex issue. So interesting, we we started working on their lots of models where you can change x and y chromosomes and stuff like that. And you know, we're looking at the way. To look at the because it's I don't think it's usually a simple as the sex hormones. You know, I think we're missing whole by g it hold biology, and whatever is the sex hormones. I don't understand the inflammation in that either. But by the way, your ideal doing it young is good 'em sold. This idea of receptor. We we cannot get we cannot get more some pills. But we're interested to maybe do our own with Amgen sold the rights to the human antibody. Right. Their whole section actually their whole section to which company owns now to like, a private company that we're unable to get people to though I have to say, it's not our major priority now, but in and we have some consultants that are trying to get together with those people. So you know, it sealanes you, but I'll tell you if I had to develop a treatment. I would rather use the micro Rene one forty two because. Because the I receptor antibody didn't working Concer, but maybe the micro Rene penetrates better in another way. And maybe that's the way to decrease idea if receptor in you know, in concert, so anyhow, but a really unsubdued that. Yeah, we there things that we could do to affect the pathway. I mean, what do you think about sort of all the to me the most obvious way to manipulate Jeff is through fasting? So about once a quarter. I fast for a week with just water only, and it has a profound impact on my Jeff level. So for my age, I think I should know these numbers off by heart. But plus or minus two standard deviations of idea for my age is about ninety two to fifty. And if I take my if I measure my Jeff level before fast right before a fast, it might be one hundred eighty two two hundred and right after. After the fast, it's eighty or ninety and six weeks later. It's maybe one forty one fifty so it sort of falls precipitously during the fast, and then slowly rises and then falls precipitation slowly rises. And there's part of me that just wonders if a cyclic approach to issue is a healthier approach than say constituency being caloric restricted and just you know, because you can starve yourself of methionine and eat no protein and live at a lower Jeff level of maybe one hundred ten forever. But I wonder if the the real game is sort of figuring out this sort of cycle and periods of just just as we think of tough Aji, if you're always in state of tougher, gee, that's a bad thing. If you never have a toughie, that's a bad thing. So, you know, about the calorie or the caloric restriction that the NIH funded in three centers. Yeah. Eric Rava center, cutting son was one of the main PI's, why does things is that idea level wasn't crease..

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"rava" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"rava" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"And that you have regular check ins with because this is one of the the one of a long list of things that occur in blue zones that they think might be responsible for why people tend to live longer. I think the more I learned that the value. Community cannot be underestimated. This is something that in my family, we largely schedule our time in our life around and we've chosen to stay in the neighborhood that we moved into thinking it would be temporary because the community is so strong while we could build a house. We would like a little more somewhere else, which was our plan. New always choose people over things, which is a little bit smaller house and people we love instead. And hopefully for you that doesn't require moving or choosing a house you like, which is finding those people in your life. If you had to be very intentional about that do it. But find those people find your people and build your tribe where I used to live this actually, I found people that I thought she had pretty similar interests. They were at church at the time. And I basically picks up was like moms group, let's go to dinner, and it actually goes on to this day. And something that continues that I've stayed in touch with them. So it may take time, and it may take a lot of attention on your part. But I think that's one of the most positive things I've done in my life. Number sixteen watch a tedtalk in the morning. So we actually watched three, and this is something that we implemented with our kids at the recommendation of previous podcast guests being Jane when I asked him if he could be in charge of the education system. What would it look like? And that was one of the things he said, and now I have seen the brilliance in it after having done it for about a year because I realized kids are naturally wired to try to find patterns into make sense of things into connect the dots its ability, I feel like we lose a little bit as we age because school tends to dim creativity and make it more difficult, but kids have this really need ability to do that. And so we watch TED talks on different topics not three on robotics, not three on psychology. But three on different topics each day than kids are naturally gonna be wired to try to find patterns that probably don't actually exist into start connecting dots where no one has seen them before. And that's going to encourage creativity. Critics. Thinking it innovation which is something we desperately need in the next generation. It's also unique because it ordered to Ted talk. Someone is typically considered the best in their trade. And they practiced their talk for weeks. They still years and years of learning into fourteen to eighteen minutes. And so we get to glean in just a few minutes, what sometimes is a wife 'time of research and work. And so to give that gift to our children to give them those little bits of knowledge and let them start to connect the dots. And while we like, I said, we did it for the kids. We've learned so much through the TED talks while that it's become very much a part of our daily life number seventeen. Listen to a podcast. Okay. So you're already doing that. And I'm a little bit biased about this. But it's amazing to me that in today's world, we have access to some of the smartest minds in the world through podcasts interviews for free at any time one that I love anytime he's interviewed Navarro Rava Kat. He's a fascinating. Thinker. I love listening to his interviews. But there are so many amazing podcast out there. I'll lead to a few my favorites in the show notes. But just the amount of knowledge truly, you could find on any topic you want and make use time when you're.

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"rava" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"rava" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"And that you have regular check ins with because this is one of the the one of a long list of things that occur in blue zones that they think might be responsible for why people tend to live longer. I think the more I learned that the value. Community cannot be underestimated. This is something that in my family, we largely schedule our time in our life around and we've chosen to stay in the neighborhood that we moved into thinking it would be temporary because the community is so strong while we could build a house. We would like a little more somewhere else, which was our plan. New always choose people over things, which is a little bit smaller house and people we love instead. And hopefully for you that doesn't require moving or choosing a house you like, which is finding those people in your life. If you had to be very intentional about that do it. But find those people find your people and build your tribe where I used to live this actually, I found people that I thought she had pretty similar interests. They were at church at the time. And I basically picks up was like moms group, let's go to dinner, and it actually goes on to this day. And something that continues that I've stayed in touch with them. So it may take time, and it may take a lot of attention on your part. But I think that's one of the most positive things I've done in my life. Number sixteen watch a tedtalk in the morning. So we actually watched three, and this is something that we implemented with our kids at the recommendation of previous podcast guests being Jane when I asked him if he could be in charge of the education system. What would it look like? And that was one of the things he said, and now I have seen the brilliance in it after having done it for about a year because I realized kids are naturally wired to try to find patterns into make sense of things into connect the dots its ability, I feel like we lose a little bit as we age because school tends to dim creativity and make it more difficult, but kids have this really need ability to do that. And so we watch TED talks on different topics not three on robotics, not three on psychology. But three on different topics each day than kids are naturally gonna be wired to try to find patterns that probably don't actually exist into start connecting dots where no one has seen them before. And that's going to encourage creativity. Critics. Thinking it innovation which is something we desperately need in the next generation. It's also unique because it ordered to Ted talk. Someone is typically considered the best in their trade. And they practiced their talk for weeks. They still years and years of learning into fourteen to eighteen minutes. And so we get to glean in just a few minutes, what sometimes is a wife 'time of research and work. And so to give that gift to our children to give them those little bits of knowledge and let them start to connect the dots. And while we like, I said, we did it for the kids. We've learned so much through the TED talks while that it's become very much a part of our daily life number seventeen. Listen to a podcast. Okay. So you're already doing that. And I'm a little bit biased about this. But it's amazing to me that in today's world, we have access to some of the smartest minds in the world through podcasts interviews for free at any time one that I love anytime he's interviewed Navarro Rava Kat. He's a fascinating. Thinker. I love listening to his interviews. But there are so many amazing podcast out there. I'll lead to a few my favorites in the show notes. But just the amount of knowledge truly, you could find on any topic you want and make use time when you're.

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"rava" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"rava" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

"But once you're up you'll finish. And that's a lesson to anybody because I'm scares the minute you'll not providing the collateral come this April love you up here. So that they line is that kind of behavior and eventually the the point came when I thin anymore. That's gonna make you look to change the narrative or or still no I cared on for some time. So the pain was too much more years yet before it became like I began to recognize you not going to be able to achieve what you want to achieve these in the why if that doesn't go so that's why it was incremental because it wasn't a full commitment. It wasn't like I'm willing to give myself, the great unknown. And it was also taking drugs in order to get that. What was that in those days? What was the motive that Paolo finders thing mummy attention money spending? I just wanted to not feel worthless. And what like if I could do that on worthless. Because those people aren't worth let's take before you realize none of those were gonna fill you up. I maximize them to some extent. It's like, yeah. Slow. This is what I mean. Because I sometimes think of myself as clever, but I recognize when I look at my history. I'm no because the behavior is not clever because when I was like the addiction like when the sex addiction went on for two on too long that that habit in that behavior because it's like if you Myo heterosexual sleeping with willing partners that can that goes on for a long long while before an owner Jones, stop that think about the possible consequences to yourself took me very very unwell. So, but when I think of my relationship the way I was going to recognize we'll take the temperature of my transition was that my wife flow. She loves me as could block. She just she's not well Tele I want go to amazing tiny a win. There was some witchcraft at the beginning. But she just she likes all of that. But he's not fascinated by she's not fascination. She's she's interested in visit PA of me on. I'm sure surely with you. So is not all of this stuff is quiet and to attend on vulnerable. And there's a place for that. I didn't have a place to that. Before there. My wife grace gifts again, she didn't fall in love with Tony Robbins. She wasn't involved Rava. She wasn't a fan of Tony Robbins still up just me..

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"rava" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"rava" Discussed on Front Burner

"We respond strongly to shoes here that are. Now that held strong women within our group of friends and peers, I mean, everyone's who really trust for via pinions and ones which if we get involved with and take action on things which bring us together within our groups of a make us who we are. So that's really the clue for her. We can mobilize people around. And of course, the converse is true that if you think that this doesn't make you part of who you on you think it's actually belongs to someone else when you really on winnings to do it. Well, if you look around you the people around you really on doing anything, you just got I don't think it's a big deal. So we've got these mechanisms at play both in our brains in in how we behave on the one hand because climate change is not an immediate threat. The way a guy with a knife as were less inclined to view it as a threat. We've also got these. Individual and group dynamics at play where how we react to that threat depends on whether we see people like us also reacting to that threat. How does that affect how we approach fighting climate change so wave at this terms around, and we try and shifted is it's really important, but people see themselves, but in the issue and the challenges, but also in the solutions. So they see this is the kind of thing that people like them who they care about who share their values would respond to do something that means people have different people talking about it in different ways. Using different words suspeater very wide range of identities and the danger we have at the moment is but a lot of languages coming from one place in the political spectrum. And I think the I think that progressives very alert to issues of diversity around say, you know, gender race and these issues, but she Rava Rava blind or actually. Deliberately Milton gauging with political diversity. But I think political diversity on this issue is the key one. There's going to be different since going to be conflict, and there's going to be tension in the lichen any debate. But the debate needs to be in a place of saying this is a reality to begin to do about this. And we all have something to contribute to the solution. Robin a debate about whether it exists. So how do you think that we could get there? So knowing what we know about the psychology around it. How would you advise people politicians to start talking about this? I think one thing is making room full people who don't normally like who are gre- with to also have a voice, and that's a hard thing to ask people to do for individual politicians. I think it's important for them to come out and say once in a generation business you across his politics that is bigger than any of us in our parties. And who we are. And that's why we we are open to having that disk. Russian. And this isn't just about us versus you. This is actually bad something which is large. So how can we find a way of working together on it?.

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"rava" Discussed on The Ralph Report

The Ralph Report

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"rava" Discussed on The Ralph Report

"In for naked gun. Exactly two. Great tune. But every time I hear it. I always think that film anyway, Rava garment, and I walk the showbiz beat. All right coming up later in the show is my interview with Marie SLA March one of the truly great voice over actors of our generation if you're fan of anime axe, and you know, pinky and the brain we talked to pinky not too long ago. Rob also today we talked to the brain, Mr. Marie Lamarche. Great interview with him coming up in just a few minutes. But recently during the show biz news, it seems like we've been getting lucky and having musical birthdays of a lot of guys associated with bands that created some of the greatest stripper music history. And every time we play the music. What would we do without that band strippers that have nothing to dance leopard poison and get a lot of people writing in talking about their favorite stripper songs. And I thought it'd be fun today to go back and take a look, I'm just gonna this is just my opinion. What's for me? This is concerning. This is the quintessential list, but I thought I'd give you my top ten all time hall of fame strippers top to bottom. This is in specific order. This is in order from least best. Now, you may notice. The lot of them are sort of classic songs from the eighties and nineties after member that's pretty much my prime stripper club air medal. I don't go to a lot of strip clubs anymore. I would like to but I'm a little busy. But during the eighties nineties, I spent a ton of time and ridiculous amount of money in strip strip club guy. I've been to a couple and in DC growing strike me wasn't LA. I was kind of past that. Yeah. I was not passed that. I was very indulgent at that point and Vegas and pretty much every city. I went to for the better part of my young adulthood, I would out the strip clubs and these songs always left. An important imprint on my mind and often my penis. And so I wanna. To play for you my favorites. This is my top ten stripper songs of all time starting with this one. Now, this may not be even popular song that many people remember anymore but back in the day. There was a Scottish singer actress named Sheena Easton love sketch. She was very wholesome at the beginning of her career. And then she went onto a very sexy side. And she had this particular song. That was I remember this distinctly being a favourite amongst many trip strippers that I spent some time within the clubs. It was called strut..

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"rava" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"rava" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Two outs. Yuli gurriel. We'll get a chance to hear Astros lead at three to each side. With just two hits the Red Sox games only error. John Shelby Jessica men dozer from Boston's Fenway park. The citgo sign linking. White and red and blue. The green monster left field and right down meeting on the mound as they wait for Ryan brazier. They get loose bregman and Springer Rava quick chat between first and second. Dana Levin has had his say. L let back. This one. Struck out swinging popped out to second had reached on an error by noon. Yes. Five total runs in this game a game that is featured four hints. That's it. Right handed hitter Barnes sets check Springer kicks. Fires. Little bit high keeps missing upstairs with that. Fastball. Barnes will elevate. But it's about enticing hitters with the fastball. And he's so far up out of the zone. He's just not getting any swings. All one those strikes. Two outs. First of sack pitch ended hurt and stopped by Askins. elder native of Cuba. Not as disciplined in terms of taking a walk you some of the other hitters in their lineup. But he can hit. He's got Springer executive bregman at first they looked to add onto a three two lead to outs top seven. Barnes the to swing. It. A bouncer out too short to hop. Spol- guards toss the whole and a step on second. And that is the inning. Astros with a couple of walks..

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"rava" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"rava" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"Wherever they are, whether they're doing, but at their heart, they would prefer to be ravished and taken somewhere deep cherished ravished taken some place deeply by somebody that they trust. Right? That's how you know you have a feminine sexual essence. You would prefer to be ravished penetrated lead rather than you do the leading, you know, all that stuff, then you might want that sometimes, but that's not where you're not saying this is absolute. This comes out when you when you say ravished and it just reminds me of what so many people say, why is it that women wanted to dominate during sex? So what does it mean? It? She wants me to throw it out. It's this base thing that women took all the the harlequin romance novels of him taking her in his arms, or is this fancy that women have this desire this deep energy, this pull that women in their base feminine desire? Is it to ravage to be taken than a man wants her partner watcher so badly that he literally can't do any? He has. To have our taker. And that's what we're talking about. Walk through a wall really ripped people apart. Right? And that's what they mean when she says throwing me against the wall, like even if like, oh, it's too aggressive don't, but she just wants to feel like you couldn't help it like you wanted her so badly, your blood was blaming how badly you desired her. Yes, that's what we're talk. If you prefer that. This message? Yes. Yeah. Let us obviously. And if you prefer to be the Rava. Sure, right. And to be washed with the energy right with you just really wanting energy. So you want to you if you want to be surrendered to sexually, which most max again, I wanted to say one thing to that. Let's explain that this be gay relationships, same sex, couple same thing. There's used to make sex hot. There's a masculine and feminine energy. So I just want to put that out there that that's how it plays. Doesn't matter the gender orientation sex someone's found. So let's talk about the male. 'cause you often say that surrendering they want a the feminine to surrender them, but how do you explain explain what that feels? Because ravishing is easier for me to understand that for men may be vein, like what surrender where you think you did a great job explaining rabbits? Yes, let's talk surrender. So the masculine one want to be trusted fully like, I want to know that I can take you someplace that you can't take yourself sexually, especially like there's a place in. Your heart, there's a place in your body that you can do all kinds of things on your own, but there's certain things that you can't do on you're by yourself and for you to surrender your capable leadership, which you're probably pretty good and trust me. Right. And literally give me your body, your heart, the deepest part of both that would be a surrender, like a full body. You know, the way occurs to the to the masculine partners like take me like, take me. I'm your like cease, hell kind of like a sexual helplessness and the masculine craves that deeply to be trusted so much that you'll give me everything he. So here's my question. I hear, I guess, because I'm a woman. I understand this more intrinsically understand that experience a here for women all the time. That's what they desire. But for men, I, they don't use those words not like I just want her to the end. They might say, why won't she do anal? But they're not saying to me like, but that's a question of surrender, right? It is. That's a surreal. I mean that that illustrates ain't trail straits exactly. Taboo. Give me your well. For for you for you to surrender that kind of that part of your body to me and do it open heartedly and with complete desire. That is a surrender. That's one of the biggest which. Which I y men, love it. Oh, I mean, you know, it feels good. Doesn't necessarily feel better than you know than regular sex, but it means something in the sexual means something. It means your surrendering and trusting me, right? It is trust and spreader, right? Because we're not just giving around our anus willy nilly. No, so no. Not either and if you have, that's cool. But right..

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"rava" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"rava" Discussed on WTVN

"It makes, it look you're. A big. Man you need to be up to speed five and six I get I, get I get like. Randy I get timid and frail and old broken hip He had to deal with that all the time Yeah he's slain way to the Bank They. Make fun of, overpaying Byron that. Now now today's society I'm not PC I. Give him a snowflake area. But, much take him in the groin Legend in here Greg wise joins me introduces? The first guy, that ever maxed. Out one of my credit cards other than. Jake's on chrome sure did What did with Rava customs and we'll see you. Guys next week and. And what are you guys all about. By the way so, rabid we do a little bit of everything we do full restorations we do custom builds we do oil changes on performance. Cars. Tuneups You know basically no. Job's too small and no job's too, big It's it's really a fun shop there's a lot. Of cool, cars, to, look at while you're there, in the collection It's? Great, it's it's a on custom shop and it's a blast how did. You. Get signed up for this next week well we, we opened, a paint booth and we should be. ASF exclusively okay and when we started hooking up, with, those, guys Mark Hutchinson our rep from BSF is just fantastic they've been? Just great, to, us and they said. Hey what what would you think about having chips at at a car show I said man let's let's, do it he's only at so many different places. A year for him to be rabbit is a pretty big four, four different zoo shows and just the amount rainy I'll take. All the credit for it because. We'd lined it up but he'll take your gate count to the whole next law. It's going to be. A, now we've got Ken dig at the zoo show so you can't go wrong with them two, gentlemen automotive world now a couple of things that's. By? Invite only next. Week when it comes to bringing your classic but pedestrians and spectators are welcome to come by right you're, absolutely right and and what we. Did because we just don't have a lot of room to work with and man We'd love to. Have every car in Columbus Ohio. There but again unfortunately we are our parking lot in our area is just not. Huge so we'll have. Seventy, five cars upfront on display there is a back parking area on the lot right there that, if you do drive your classic and and you're. Not? Necessarily in the. In the seventy five cars then we'll park you back there so you're not out in the weeds somewhere Good And then we have a couple of places across the street right across the street from us that ever offered to let us use their parking lot for, pedestrian I promise you the seventy five cars the there'll be a. Lot you'll your jaw hit the. Floor I've seen some of their picks at sixty nine Camaro I heard about that gray and black. One. Absolutely his text me. Pictures he's an old friend of a friend and my goodness is cars is off the. Chart, now seventy have been pre-selected between you and Jared and. Boots I guess you're gonna pick five more today or are we sure are and I'm very excited about. That and obviously boots and, Jared both have, fine taste and. Automobiles so I'm sure we'll have five more really awesome cars. There my son like enough is. Go kart is. Eligible. Absolutely and by the way we'll broadcast live from there next weekend and next week in a different..

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"rava" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"rava" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Cameras Always cool one hundred twelve school we've been here Mr. Do they have enough people to do that because well I think I think a lot of it depends on if there's a crime. That's committed and how, big of a crime it is but, if there's a if there's a. Shooting that takes place there's a stabbing that takes place there's a massive. Fight in someone's life is put at, risk and endangered if there's assaults that happen the list, if there's an abduction of a child on school grounds these are all things where I know. That we, would have time, to look at those cameras I mean, these? Are sky cops are two part one for preventative right and the second part is to gather evidence and leads if a crime happens. In the, view of the? Skycap also. Crimes the crown so. Guys what is it If it's a stolen car or. Some key hit his I agree but you and I both know this. They're probably be precedent and there is, precedent right it's a it's a triage mentality if there's, a shooting that happens in your apartment complex it's going to get more attention and it's going. To be, more focused and. If your car gets stolen unfortunately now, and? Part of that is because we have too few police officers too few investigators on the police force not the police fault that's just. The reality, of the situation And what I'm saying is is with your car they got, stolen you would rather. Have a camera no camera at all Rava camera working Able to find a family person ABC personally, we're, not see her and say well no I was going to make sure that they have people. At? If these cameras looking at the crime were reported right and that's just a weekend, time bread and just put a camera, like electric cars and he's just, sitting, there And for no reason whatsoever all right I look they're there for no reason they're not working then you. And? I would agree but I don't think that's clearly the intent I don't think that's, probably what's going to happen I hate the your, car got stolen and I'm glad the investigation. And close and hopefully they got some good info On that the person who did, it and I hope they find him, and I wish you luck with.

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