23 Burst results for "Realis"

"realis" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

Mango Kush Podcast

08:53 min | 4 months ago

"realis" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

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I'm not going back in that motherfucking box. The bullshit if you to four girls going back going back. Fuck that man. You want that paycheck. You'll ask going back. Not they tell. We gotta fucking do this shit. Nah my a man real shit though. This might sound very fucking while. I really thought about independent part time handler. That by the thing about it does they can listen. Atlanta's gone bad is news on every corner. Now that the water bottle boy. Do roy i used to. I used to get one. Buckle up my tie yasuhiro everything off of you. I'll be snow. You read like adolescent. How how much the water. How much else. Five five dollars for a bottle of water is and i like. I like that shirt player. Could the then shirt now on my car this on. They may try to hit you with their near. There could be selling weed. I gonna say regardless epoca retired. Is maybe your dog. But yeah that's that's not even out in the makes the damn different brought like real shifts a i got. 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"realis" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

09:37 min | 4 months ago

"realis" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Becomes much more interesting choice. Unless we stop at the divergence where the where the where the road diverges in yellow. Would right leslie. Actions stop at that point and ask question the opportunity to even take a different path doesn't seem to spray it doesn't it doesn't necessarily be become as noticeable in as is what the hell is. Water said the fish. You're not even aware that you're making a choice. And that is speaking of reminds me from the jesus. Tradition of wide is the path that leads to destruction. A narrow is the path that leads to life. I know a lot of people have misappropriated. I would say that into a teaching about the afterlife heaven and hell only a few people get to go to the the golden city where all the right people give each other eternal high. Fives that is such a prostitute ization of a really beautiful thing which is similar to what frosted saying which is like notice. There's a burn talker one of my favorite bands They have lyric in their song. I'll do better in the morning and it goes my brain always i- only do what i have done is one of the lyrics. I'll do better in the morning and it goes. My brain always breaks things into two. And i always pick the easy one that seems to be talking about easy. As the wide one that leads to destruction or you could say unconsciousness or just leads to doing what you've already done so when you think about a beautiful afternoon chances. Are you probably doing something you haven't done or thinking something you haven't thought and isn't that a small awakening like going like shit. I've been playing the same record every morning right. And and it's also stopping to remember that when we're seeking a beautiful afternoon for instance. It reminds us that or beautiful day or whatever it might be that were seeking. Aw right were seeking inspiration. That is packed. Inspiration the path to and inspiring moments to combine the zoo or really what we all want an what we all desire because aw is what inspires us to be not only present but to also recognize all the possibilities about what needs to be given everything that we possibly capable of that. We don't necessarily take the time to acknowledge notice on a daily basis and so failure to your previous point. Failure is not something we necessarily wanna just sign on the dotted line for every opportunity to fail. There is at least but we do want to make sure that we're not afraid of right. We wanna make sure we're approaching life in the way our lahar individual lives in a way that we know that failure like stress is inevitable. It's a part of gross. If we don't we learn some best lessons learner lives through failing or through making mistakes. The trick is to not ignore because of the shame and the guilt surrounding those mistakes or the loss that we have ingred over right. The trick is to not ignore those mistakes and the lessons. They teach us if you make a mistake at fail. Something at the very very least it is our responsibility to without shaded gills as much as possible. Look back and without judgment. Look back at that situation. Just be like oh okay. What did i do wrong here. What could i have done right. What could i change to make it. The least judgmental statement. What could i change next time. I do this to make sure that. I get the best possible outcome. That's closest to my goals and that is really what this is all about in the more that we go through that process which is a repetitive process. Ideally one that continues to evolve over time so they don't make the exact same mistakes over and over and over again that process results in getting that much closer to those awe inspiring moments. That really help us understand what we're really capable brighton. Y is really possible with this time. Where and think you into all which is you could almost grace. It's like it's something is given to you. That's bigger than you. That that you just you you appeared oxley disappear but are also very clear to yourself. I i think that's beautiful. Can you share. I bet some people are wondering what are some of these. I'm particularly interested in how to stop judging as much I'm a comedian. I make my living. Judging doesn't necessarily mean negatively judging. But i compare things and and this'll trip you out living with vow. I'm noticing how i'm sort of unconsciously or you know we're doing a consciously i guess because i'm talking about it but sort of modeling for her how to do it. Meaning i have this friend of yours I'm making these examples. But this is your joey from. That's like your dumb friend from friends. This is your phoebe. That's sort of the your ditsy friend like because that's what creative comedy people tend to do. We make archetypes. And then we just pay attention to the evidence that reinforces them So what are some of your practices that help us judge last or just some of your practices. That help you engage with your gratitude with your compassion. Some some practical steps. That people can take a great question and i think you know this is really where the and most fun. Actionable suss comes in ensue. At the risk of sounding repetitive repetition. Of course halloween one best right but the risk of sounding repetitive. I what we're talking about is that is being more press and doing everything we can to bring our cells into a more present human being kind of listening dominant state where were don't feel a responsibility to do anything. We don't feel a responsibility right shit immediately or right up received wrong situation which is in ecology or psychiatry. Often called at the writing reflects where somebody says like. They're feeling like shit you. Then you're like oh. I have an idea of how you could fix that right. That's usually not what they want. Anyone who's married knows that when your partner comes to you instead telling you how. How crappy does the that the last thing they typically want to here. Is you immediately. Try to figure out how to solve problems for. Yeah right your heart rate up. Shut the fucked up. It's not fix it. it's a feel it. Yes right and they wanna be heard right. That's what they actually want anyone who's struggling anyone suffering with us or another person they just want to be heard and they want the acknowledgement that they know that you're hearing them without waiting to seek and so and that is true presence right so the way that we do that is we. Help people recognize that our minds literally can be anywhere that could be passed. There could be in the president or they can be in future and typically for most of us in day to day productive work life. They are in the past the future. Our bodies are always press so there the both of these things are connected on. Our bodies are always in the here now so all the exercises that we do that. Are you know they have lots of names like vegas toning parasitic toning or anything. That are all meditation. Mindfulness yoga movement meditation exercise apollo soothing touch soothing. Music therapies blow tanks. The list goes on right in all of these techniques are simply put rounding the mind which could be anywhere back into the present by it. Rav rings ourselves back into our bodily awareness back into the present out of the past and future be reminders. That were safe enough to be present in that allows us to be in that sort of listening dominant presence that facilitates that non judgement. That you're talking about when we're not in the We're not thinking about the past and we can be president something then we're not judging based on past experience that's what judge realis- acknowledge it also to add that when re this is not salute gonna come automatic right. It's not going to be like. Oh i've just decided that this makes sense ought to do it. And i'm never gonna feel Never gonna judge again. It takes practice and when we start to feel that judgment coming in when we're in a presence state we've grounded ourselves done the breeding. We've done the cells touch we've gotten the hugs or turned the apollo line. Still feeling judgmental over yourself situation that creates the opportunity to draw wariness the judgment to not judge yourself for judging right and then to express gratitude for recognizing what you're doing and then to say. Thanks but no thanks. This isn't useful to me right now. And then you bring yourself again back into the president and the more that you do this more that we all do this. We literally are re-training those those old neural pathways as wide roads. Right around taking the path towards said earlier taking road that's been familiar and constantly traveled that we've been taught to follow and it's helping us recognize okay. Maybe there's certain times at this road is really useful but most of the time if actually taking away for me just being mean dealing president connected to myself on his around me.

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"realis" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

03:59 min | 6 months ago

"realis" Discussed on Wow In the World

"Entire livelihood. no cow's milk no moolah banished mail road no force over here. We're painting on cows so you do it to look here. No no not pull our pants down. Please we'll take your word for it. You're slams forced over here and help us this cow. Sit still all over smearing the moscow. Well that to what. I call rump shaker of never one. Sorry roz where something about the importance of protecting farmer's cows. Oh yeah but what. I really like to know is why are you. All painting is on cows behinds that you might look like. I know what i'm doing. You know scaring her thought you said you. I said i'm not house back to protecting cows from predators burgers have tried on certain things to keep predators away from their livestock. And i'm guessing things like fences or barricades of thorny trees or wild barking dogs. I think i've even heard of humans trying to get rid of the predators completely. Yes all of those things. But what if there was a better way unless expensive way a super easy and safeway that wouldn't harm the prey or the already endangered predator away that involved mascara go on storytime. Ooh i said all a story. I could take a little break. I love stories world. Realis- what upon a time there was an ecologist named dr neil jordan in dr jordan went on a field trip to a wild delta in botswana and on that field trip his is witnessed something. Amazing lion docking unsuspecting antelope for a whopping thirty minutes. The lie just watching waiting and waiting and just win. That line was about to launch into a sneak attack. The antelope turn turn around all the time. Oh antelope locked eyes with the lion. Then don't even want to know what happened next way down. I do the lion. What way what kind of story time was that. Oh maybe it was like a joke or something like the lion turned away and it was the end like like the lions rear end. Get our no no no. That can't be right. wait wait..

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Report: J.J. Watt ‘seriously considering’ signing with the Browns

Mason & Ireland

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Report: J.J. Watt ‘seriously considering’ signing with the Browns

"The browns on the first teams to show interest in signing defensive end. Jj watt after. He was released by the texans on friday and it appears that the interest is mutual. Cleveland dot com reports that. What is seriously considering making his way to cleveland. To play for the browns due to the cap space they have available and a roster he thinks can potentially compete for the super bowl. Now we all know it's been a while since any big name free agent shows to sign with the browns. Do you think that. Jj watt is actually a realistic option for them. So i've left or swipe right. I think it's very realis- either. You put them next two miles. Gary that i mean yeah. That's really smart right here. Yeah that'd be a great acquisition. I immediately went to the rams as a possibility the idea of teaming two guys who are three time defensive players of the year would be an unbelievable option. Here's the issue. They probably do have room to work it out but it might be a question of. Jj watt or john johnson and leonard floyd in that scenario and that world do you go. Jj watt or do you go the other guys. I would go the other two guys but it's close really close. So does cleveland one. Sign what i said. Who don't want to sign what they're what i

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"realis" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"realis" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Never. Black neary. Johnny, Thunder. We could. If you want said, I'm joking I'm Joe Lesser we should or hey, you know what we could do. We could follow Barry Allen through Justice League to. Maybe, I'll get back to you on that one. On the right day for me and say, yes. I feel that he. Made. The absolute idiot. Sometimes these women just want. To ask her when she's in the right mood gentleman. Anyway. So It's very rare. And don't try to put a ring on that thing. Physically. Emotionally. Collide Brainwave Junior? O. Good for you. All Yeah. Yes House say why don't think there's any new era over news? Is there. I mean other than CB are stealing from us now. Starting at twitter, I don't even here. Do It do it. Oh, I. saw today. They're covering maximum carnage. I was like Oh man, we're. We're there in dial while ago. Catching up on our ways world. It's Now's I was early comic capers. Anyway. Stark realis-. Oh, get a little dark there. Now brainwave in brainwave junior the episodes. Yeah. Barbara knows. Barbara knows. You. Like I said, honestly, Yamaha about my Barbara Care Song. Happy that I'm not I. I appreciate that we didn't go the CW drama route where it's like, you know she. or She. But were he spent the whole rest of the season Oh? No, I have to take you away from. You know pat near the town. You know she kind of on They were turning her around by the end of that first step by the end of the episode. Yeah we we don't want anymore. Lissi here. So I think we've all learned our lesson. Just Johnson, you know. Like honestly, when it comes to a comic book show I, don't know what they don't understand about that I live for when they make panels come alive but. verdy expert. I mean you can start without your dividends. Everything. We got one. I mean, you don't have to follow event. You know panel by panel from the source material, but try to keep the character like. What I'm just saying. You. But. Even if they don't WanNa, do that at the at least keep the character. True Yes to the source material. Exactly. Yeah. Which admit they're kind of doing what were the luxury? This article has that her creator is her executive producer. Air. Yeezy to hang on the German. No Chez Leon loved Yup John's ing. But aw. I'm always championed that I'm always saying they should bring in more comic creators. The you know do these TV shows you know at least at least give their input on some of these TV and movies if not, right. The whole thing. Yeah that that's all. But Yeah I've been enjoying star girl I can't believe. We only have three episodes loves. I know I know although we're you know we're getting. Be. Free At. So yeah, I'm sure all then the second episode when they're trying when our man's trying to break through to Solomon Grundy Charlie his breath. And now. With real data. I'm like shut up shut, you dump blood up shot it. Although. Fair groups that are not saw that was legal Magaji desert. Yeah because I mean just the way. Barbara was emailing I, mean, is GONNA end up. His was star man, her uncle or something is on what's GonNa turn out to be made. As, they might actually go the obvious route. They're. Like, you'll board a little bit. Have used that there's a twist in. You don't see the tweets coming. That's why barber freaked out when she found out because, yeah, the DAD's dead. She told the dad note what you do dangerous. They wait from our daughter, I'll tell you. Honestly. Eventually. He was dead or whatever. Yeah so at a definitely big, it's like it's going to be that Gilbard. On flash season, one was assault obvious, and then the twist like. You. Get. How did you do the head? you bar. By. The He. Don't you miss days with Cisco is a good character. ooh, wasn't winding. Winding. Winding, but at least he had some other things going on for them. The truth, you don't like it. Auditor really voted stargell outside like the high school, drama. Honestly. Like their demographic TRIMs All League I don't. Notice when I'm live tweeting, there's not like a lot of teenagers like a lot of on Blake early twenty, two like mid thirties watching. So it's it's really. Happening with US star grow because it's like yeah. People are commonly bursts deeper that SOB- rage slash Golden Age Kinda cheesy wholesome being again 'cause is live with on TV is just actually a breath of fresh Air Malaya. Waiting especially stuff from DC on. Truly really really dark. Star growing wonder woman are like the whole you. On their shoulders. And I'm.

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Stamped On The Phone

Topgold Audio Clips

04:58 min | 1 year ago

Stamped On The Phone

"Hi, it's pretty globeop. Give that few minutes that I can explain to you that an inside story. About stamped. I'll make it a topcoat audio clips. They can hear it over there episode five to seven and on talk about it during audio Mo- here on Lima and on other goods social networks. Because in two thousand seventeen I started. Getting advisories through good reads in through some other deep dies. and. The end of ACP names stamps. Give it a top prize for outstanding literature and. I've had it on my. GotTa read Realis- Since then. The books by Lebron Mix kindy. I have discovered. There's a back channel conversation about stamps. It's something. That Ray Gerard would have resonated with and then during a phone call. I had with Paul Manny the book itself. Start agreeing to me on the phone in the middle of call that had with Paul. So. I thought it might be worthwhile to take the exact segments that was playing through a foam. And let your let you hear it because it's a revealed to me. Very revealing to know. How many cultural values I have or stamp with racism, people form immature images of places of people of Cultures and of meanings that are embedded to religion or to history or to sociology or to family values. Stamped by racism. So here's a little bit of an excerpt. It's exactly the segment that was playing when a audible. BOOT booted Paul off my phone. Have, a quick listen. Men that have low and flat nostrils are asked La Bitterness as apes cleric Edward topsail explain in sixteen o seven in history of four footed beasts King James made the Comment Association of Apes in devils in his fifteen ninety seven book deem -Nology, and one of his last plays the tempest, sixteen eleven shakespeare played on these associations of the devil, an African in crafting Caliban, the hyper sexual bastard, child of Demon, an African witch from a vile race in sixteen, Fourteen, England's first famous working class poet John Taylor said that Black Nations adored the black devil. In a sixteen fifteen address for the planters in Ireland and Virginia the Reverend Thomas Cooper said that White Sham. One of Noah's three sons shelby Lord over the cursed race of Cham- meaning Noah's son, Ham and Africa. Future Virginia politician George Santa's also conjured curse theory to degrade blackness. In a sixteen twenty paraphrase of Genesis, future politician Thomas in road of. The southern man as a black, deformed Elf, and the northern white like unto God himself. Five years later clergyman Samuel Purchase released the Gargantuan Four Valium Heck latest posthumous of travel manuscript left to him by his mentor. Richard Hackett Purchase blasted filthy sodomite sleepers, ignorant beast disciples of Cham- to whom the black darkness is reserved forever. These were the ideas about African people circulating throughout England and the English colonies as African people were being hauled into Tanzania on slave ships. In Sixteen Nineteen Richard, mather begin ministering not far from the future center of the British slave. Trade the port of Liverpool. And those days, the British slave trade was miniscule at Africans, hardly existed in Britannia, but that would soon change. The vessels of slave traders were cruising deeper and deeper into the heart of west Africa especially after the Moroccans armed by English, guns crust, the Songhai Empire in fifteen ninety one. The vessels of English Commerce were cruising deeper and deeper into Virginia to as English merchants competed with Spanish Portuguese and rising Dutch and French empires. To get the rest of the story, Shrek she by the book or listen to it on audible. I know the history of America the history of the Great. Western expansion of European culture to the states. Had elements of the slave trade as part of the foundational elements. Of our natural growth. It's called STEMP's but Hebrew mix candy. Having all my kids read it. Before. We go back to school in the autumn of twenty. Twenty

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Reading A Book Is A Spiritual Habit

The Rogue Muslim

03:46 min | 1 year ago

Reading A Book Is A Spiritual Habit

"And welcome back to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast this week I am just giving you a pre check in for the next Virgil Habit, which is to read a book about spirituality, Respiratory Book. And I a really hard time figuring out what I wanted to read because the so many books also site night. Good reads Mike God. Is just robbing me. It's robbing me I just put so many books onto my to Realis- than wanting to read less than than. But. He just goes down the green. I mean it's not really good investment, but still I have so many, both I haven't read in my own library, so I should get to that, so I've been really trying to make consented at to not buy any books into just read. What's what I've already built? which is what do this of spiritual book, but I was thinking. What do I want to focus on the so much but Do something like. Personality of the Beta. Profit focus about You know one of the roots of religion or one of the branches of religion Mike what do I want to focus on in in reading this? And I was doing some thinking and I thought well. I've done like the gorilla and Doing spending more time in nature, which both tied in reading nicely, and so what I continue this and then realized I had a book that I bought an start reading investi reading. I mean I was only. Fourteen pages in and then I got distracted by, but because that's always what happens. And I thought why I should read that, and what's also great about this book? It's called Green Dean what Islam teaches about protecting the planet. was also great. It is that it is by a black Muslim scholar. Our black must offer called Abraham of the meeting and it just in light of the black lives matter movement, a continuing to try and practicing to be an ally. On. Which of saying foods, black, Muslim ala or Ala ship to black Muslims. This is great that I can support From Black Muslim scholarship, whilst also continuing on less learning about Green Bean, and learning about our planet and kind of different ways that we can Relate the product in love from an unknown about through the planet, so yeah I don't really know what else to say so I guess I can give you a quick. which is just reading the back, and then I'll just let Villian insight into The chapters at this will cover just so that you know kind of if you're interested in buying it. I mean I'm only fourteen pages in, but I love this book or ready. It's been super. Insightful so highly highly recommend you. Get it, but just the exit. Says Muslims compelled by the religion to pit to prey, secretes up prey in charity, but what is not widely known is that there are a longstanding connections between Islam teachings at environmentalism in this groundbreaking book in. Not Draws on research scripture into these with Muslim Americans to trace his lumps for found dedication to humankind's collective role as stewards of the earth.

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Reading a book is a spiritual habitEp. 65- Habit #11- Reading A Book - #26SpiritualHabits

The Rogue Muslim

04:49 min | 1 year ago

Reading a book is a spiritual habitEp. 65- Habit #11- Reading A Book - #26SpiritualHabits

"And welcome back to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast this week I am just giving you a pre check in for the next Virgil Habit, which is to read a book about spirituality, Respiratory Book. And I a really hard time figuring out what I wanted to read because the so many books also site night. Good reads Mike God. Is just robbing me. It's robbing me I just put so many books onto my to Realis- than wanting to read less than than. But. He just goes down the green. I mean it's not really good investment, but still I have so many, both I haven't read in my own library, so I should get to that, so I've been really trying to make consented at to not buy any books into just read. What's what I've already built? which is what do this of spiritual book, but I was thinking. What do I want to focus on the so much but Do something like. Personality of the Beta. Profit focus about You know one of the roots of religion or one of the branches of religion Mike what do I want to focus on in in reading this? And I was doing some thinking and I thought well. I've done like the gorilla and Doing spending more time in nature, which both tied in reading nicely, and so what I continue this and then realized I had a book that I bought an start reading investi reading. I mean I was only. Fourteen pages in and then I got distracted by, but because that's always what happens. And I thought why I should read that, and what's also great about this book? It's called Green Dean what Islam teaches about protecting the planet. was also great. It is that it is by a black Muslim scholar. Our black must offer called Abraham of the meeting and it just in light of the black lives matter movement, a continuing to try and practicing to be an ally. On. Which of saying foods, black, Muslim ala or Ala ship to black Muslims. This is great that I can support From Black Muslim scholarship, whilst also continuing on less learning about Green Bean, and learning about our planet and kind of different ways that we can Relate the product in love from an unknown about through the planet, so yeah I don't really know what else to say so I guess I can give you a quick. which is just reading the back, and then I'll just let Villian insight into The chapters at this will cover just so that you know kind of if you're interested in buying it. I mean I'm only fourteen pages in, but I love this book or ready. It's been super. Insightful so highly highly recommend you. Get it, but just the exit. Says Muslims compelled by the religion to pit to prey, secretes up prey in charity, but what is not widely known is that there are a longstanding connections between Islam teachings at environmentalism in this groundbreaking book in. Not Draws on research scripture into these with Muslim Americans to trace his lumps for found dedication to humankind's collective role as stewards of the earth. Adult Mateen points out that the profit have declared that the earth is a mosque. Dean means pop way. Arabic dozens of examples of how Muslims can follow already off following a winding in four areas, waste watts, said energy, water, and food. At last people of all leaves can appreciate the guessing contributions that Islam Muslims bring to the environmental movement, so I'm so so stoked to read this. and. Yeah this is what I wanted hover, and because also spiritual to us, not like. Fraternity in anything. That's also in a beauty about this book of again what it said in the preface of how? Islam can be contributing to the environmental movement, so just being able to narrate relate anything to spirituality on whether that means it's taking away from cigarettes brashly. Spirituality or nurturing in this case obviously is naturally

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SpiritualHabits

The Rogue Muslim

04:30 min | 1 year ago

SpiritualHabits

"And welcome back to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast this week I am just giving you a pre check in for the next Virgil Habit, which is to read a book about spirituality, Respiratory Book. And I a really hard time figuring out what I wanted to read because the so many books also site night. Good reads Mike God. Is just robbing me. It's robbing me I just put so many books onto my to Realis- than wanting to read less than than. But. He just goes down the green. I mean it's not really good investment, but still I have so many, both I haven't read in my own library, so I should get to that, so I've been really trying to make consented at to not buy any books into just read. What's what I've already built? which is what do this of spiritual book, but I was thinking. What do I want to focus on the so much but Do something like. Personality of the Beta. Profit focus about You know one of the roots of religion or one of the branches of religion Mike what do I want to focus on in in reading this? And I was doing some thinking and I thought well. I've done like the gorilla and Doing spending more time in nature, which both tied in reading nicely, and so what I continue this and then realized I had a book that I bought an start reading investi reading. I mean I was only. Fourteen pages in and then I got distracted by, but because that's always what happens. And I thought why I should read that, and what's also great about this book? It's called Green Dean what Islam teaches about protecting the planet. was also great. It is that it is by a black Muslim scholar. Our black must offer called Abraham of the meeting and it just in light of the black lives matter movement, a continuing to try and practicing to be an ally. On. Which of saying foods, black, Muslim ala or Ala ship to black Muslims. This is great that I can support From Black Muslim scholarship, whilst also continuing on less learning about Green Bean, and learning about our planet and kind of different ways that we can Relate the product in love from an unknown about through the planet, so yeah I don't really know what else to say so I guess I can give you a quick. which is just reading the back, and then I'll just let Villian insight into The chapters at this will cover just so that you know kind of if you're interested in buying it. I mean I'm only fourteen pages in, but I love this book or ready. It's been super. Insightful so highly highly recommend you. Get it, but just the exit. Says Muslims compelled by the religion to pit to prey, secretes up prey in charity, but what is not widely known is that there are a longstanding connections between Islam teachings at environmentalism in this groundbreaking book in. Not Draws on research scripture into these with Muslim Americans to trace his lumps for found dedication to humankind's collective role as stewards of the earth. Adult Mateen points out that the profit have declared that the earth is a mosque. Dean means pop way. Arabic dozens of examples of how Muslims can follow already off following a winding in four areas, waste watts, said energy, water, and food. At last people of all leaves can appreciate the guessing contributions that Islam Muslims bring to the environmental movement, so I'm so so stoked to read this. and. Yeah this is what I wanted hover, and because also spiritual to us, not like. Fraternity in anything. That's also in a beauty about this book

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"realis" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

MZNOW with Michael Zavala

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"realis" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

"I heard of seen and heard a lot about it and is great. I WANNA watch it. I I think the entire and I'm not a big fan like I watched realis- way to watch. Snl is watching it the day after on Youtube. So you skip all the bs you go right to the good clips and this show. I think I watched every single segment because it was so good because they had a think outside the box and work with what they had a worked really. Well well do you think they could do. Seven or eight more so like that no I. I didn't know if they were going to do this this week. And apparently I looked this morning and there was no show last night so unless I do one maybe every other week so they have a couple of weeks to prepare is. There's a lot of editing involved. I'm sure and you know it's not something. They can go into their show right so if they get a week or two to edit and produce everything. I think it could work really well but it was. It was great. I thought it was like the actors are just in their homes. And they're using the stuff that they have. They don't have full makeup costume so they're just going through their closet. Whatever they have working with I mean. Do you watch it and do you actually laugh out loud when you're watching the last time. I laughed out loud a Saturday night. Live skit I I. That's why I really don't watch them all like well to me is really not that funny like. I may have like a grin at one point. Oh it was kind of like you know. Yeah Yeah Yeah but I never like laugh out loud. Like or surprised at something or anything like that and I was at Tom Hanks when he hosted from his house it was Kinda cringe at the beginning. I don't know if it was because of the false like audience stuff or why but just I think it was a shaved head. It didn't take him out the the audience for weekend..

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"realis" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"realis" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

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Yeah that's that's the perfect size of those Bags or is it. So this is the wall so they make these so obviously the backpack the Love which is this additional about practice goes crazy. Love it the front cover version of Red Buzzer. Beautiful edited Duffel bag which might be a little bit too big runs like what leaders s? A huge duffle bike and. Then they've got this one coming up. No that's the perfect size right. It's like what six Lee is is. The is the copy abilities of being messager except side. But it's also good that kind of width that you could fit more in it by the you know from here to here so things you get what I mean. What a cup holder thing is so but again it may be a little bit too small for everyone's needs Timoti Books Day. He confessed sound wage in a drink right so the the may be have that chucked into one of these. Totes makes complete sense and again. The price fairly decently effing is over the most populous assume bags. They chose yet list got. 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Toughing real start up piece to season. How guys kind of take it. 'cause it only takes Or hatred of deciding know what he's humble Flooding shopping. That's all it takes. Just take one of those. The main stream shops to decide to do away sudden. Every guys cutting trying to go out and Gab. By I wonder how that makes guessing how it makes them feel had such free reign to do what they what would get any bright they want and other do just rock up. It is real cup. It's not cute with Gil sending out Assad kind of driving up the price of these bags because dude what the crazy this move was have here. We have the idea. Skateboarding Gold's aloha mentioned white. Calloway previously the appreciate of video but as a black coloured now at the moment show mercy pool will be familiar wave. Sued doesn't give any measure by the shoot as it no websites terrible of lettuce stuff load so I think it's the twenty five rushing. It would think those lines but I like this shooter. 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Group Nine's Geoff Schiller: Legacy media organizations have caught up

Digiday Podcast

08:02 min | 2 years ago

Group Nine's Geoff Schiller: Legacy media organizations have caught up

"Welcome to the digital podcasts. and Brian Marcy. Today I'm joined by Jeff Schiller Jeff is newly minted. Ciro Groom from nine. Jeff came over from the pump sugar acquisition which just close to a couple of weeks ago a couple of weeks ago. Okay so look. You're part of pop sugar for a while as as an independent entity As a partner like what. What is the potential you see? You know joining forces with group nine and in its portfolio of brands. So it's really interesting. The marriage is such a perfect marriage at a molecular level because the brands pop sugar Seeker Dodo now. This realis- they all have a common theme very optimistic very positive. And that's a through line and so I think just generally speaking that helps for a monetization perspective when we go out to market and we say look our companies bound by optimism. You can kind of think through how one plus one can eagle three so I think on a foundational level. The editorial alignment of saying thrillers. Just wants to help you kind of experience. The unexpected whether it's from food drink or travel or pop sugar wants to help you as a female kind of just explore all the areas that Define you versus versus just being relegated to one bus lifestyle. But then he got now this but now there's a little bit of the outlier right to some extent. I mean the way that I think about. Now this is yes it is news and and News is kind of core to what it started as a couple of years ago but I think as a brand it really reflects the currency in terms of what young people care about which is issues. And so it's it's the Lens in which they consume. It is news but it's really more so for young people issues climate climate change equality etc.. Those are really what define now this and you could argue. Certainly they're potentially depressing stories. That are out there but the lens that there are lots of depressed race out. I try to be an optimist but the Lens. Now this Kind of kind of takes through who These these complex issues to really be positive and hopeful and so it is the most utility driven versus being lifestyle driven but I also again that positive through line kind of makes it easy for us as we think about the future and monetization. So we're we're recording this before the holiday break and then You'll you will be heading off immediately to to see us which I will not be on the genus. Sorry good luck with that but you'll be meeting with lots of different marketers and and stuff like this and this maybe it'll be the first time since the merger went went through Wha what's your like sort of top line message for why they should care. Wise is a good thing for are your partners so I can answer that. Through two lenses one is more from the kind of larger macro conversation that's going on and the other would-be more from a client facing perspective macro wise merger mania. Whatever we called it a lot of these companies got together out of necessity Out of survival and pop sugar and group nine got together because it made sense because it was thought you were going to say that they got together for survival survival. No no no we we. It was not under duress. You had our chief officer Brian. I did And the profitable notable pop sugar kind of playbook and you had group nine the dominant stake in in reaching young people dominant stake in social video. Everything everything came together from a complimentary perspective including Brian and Ben who have known each other for a long time but really through even down to what they're passionate about you know I. It's all super complimentary so I think that on the macro level weren't out liar because we're like I said we'll be a case study for success success in terms of merger mania also because it wasn't done GonNa State of duress okay. Are you talking about refinery. I'm not tired. Whatever are you talking about? I'm not talking about anyone in particular on the client facing side in terms of value. So you have this really big list of of consolidated media companies. The VOX is the old school ones. The Conde's the hearst the meredith the vices the bustle digital groups for us us when we talk about young people. It's number one. We reached them at scale and number two. They spend more time with us than anyone else in the entire competitive set and so that is third party. Syndicated that's not our made up proprietary. Whatever that's com score in terms of actual time spent and attention for us is that at core currency from you know what we think the future cohorts in Gen y Gen Z.? Trade on it's you know. I want to be captivated by something and captivate them more than anyone else in the competitive set so I wanNA push on the scale thing for a little bit. Why is scale still pretty important because a a lot of people have come on this podcast and sort of been like skills dude skills dead and like not really I mean scale drives a lot of this and for what you're talking about You know adding together all these different brands. you're gonNA have a single salesforce right absolutely tech stack single all these sort of things. There's a bunch of efficiencies. I'm sure that come out. Like you know everyone when they announced sees mergers. Try Not to talk about this but like there. It is more efficient. But there's a a lot of advantages to having a bunch of brands under one roof. So I think that nothing's ever truly really new and so you look at the magazine. Zine companies their portfolio of brands. They have the same shared services model. One printing press one back office. There's a reason I mean conde still trying to get there. You're for sure but other other brands. The hearst Meredith Lega those have been in existence for a really long time for a reason because in order to scale you need to have that back office support that isn't replicated across every single brand so there's the economic scale which is shared services and then there's the audience scale. which is you have to be big enough to matter absolutely critical in a world where you have facebook? It's the same narrative facebook and Google and Amazon and target and Walmart Media Group. All of those guys out there. That are huge scale is is is is I guess the way that I frame it upscale is is no longer a lead statement. It's more of a check box right so if you don't check that box then you're going to be in trouble and it's like anything. I mean we keep talking about this and these these different podcasts. Hell the the middle gets gets crunched. And it's easy to fall into to the metal but I mean I guess together. You'd think that you guys are are not in the Middle Lake are are one of the scale players. Oh Yeah No. It's not even a thought it's factual we are number one. Overall in terms of time spent from Com score perspective were number one in terms of social The Olsen Dr Com score both say the same thing so I think within our larger competitive set of all the brands is that I mentioned. We are a clear leader and that competitive set you you think it's not it's not quote unquote just the the the vox is The bustles but it's the the I'm GONNA another quote unquote like the traditional like the hearse. The Conde's absolutely that narrative of them being behind is it in my mind a two year old narrative and I'm not talking about restructuring. I'm talking more so about audiences. They were behind. They looked at digital pure place. Copied their playbook playbook and I think I think they're pretty caught up so we have to consider them a credible threat to our business and to try to take whatever share they have that is legacy and bring it our way.

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"realis" Discussed on Comedic Pursuits

Comedic Pursuits

14:39 min | 2 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Comedic Pursuits

"Eric is going to getting seymour because he's like the best one as far as like s._p._n. Our class thinking <hes> act and college and the <hes> but <hes> we go and realis- i got cast seymour holy shit and i actually almost declined it because i was like i really wanted the plant and they're like no you don't turn down the league's <music> best do that and so she had to basically director talk me and <hes> and sticking with it and we just kind of reworked it so instead of being like this timid little guy that work miranda's character in the movie it was a big oaf allah the characters always had for but it was still it was fun to play like i get those characters. It takes somebody really smart to play somebody really <hes> cher effectively sure you know <hes> and do it. In a way that's like yeah yeah like graceful respectful exactly like i mean joey on friends and <hes> and <hes> fee beyond friends yeah lose to the smartest actors in the entire group yeah but they had to do that to be able to get the stupidity of the of the characters that they were playing play into that right so yeah so it was it was fun <hes> that's awesome and we did. <hes> one of the i was in my level to teacher here was america. Walsall actually also went to high school with a eh right and we were both in. I don't think she did she did a little shopping now but we did <hes> joseph pneumatic amazing technicolor dreamcoat the year before four nice and we were both like in the like in the cast for that glow. That's awesome. That's very small world in chicago. We went to high school in north carolina. She's one of the members of superhuman that we were talking. Yes yeah she's <hes> hysterical and occasionally goes around and does workshops so if you z. Superhuman offering up workshops in your town. Go check them out at this point. Are you doing anything with film. No so film films not something. I got into into until college. Okay kinda fell backwards into it like it's i have this weird going from like film to <hes> from music into film okay so i started out playing in bands and that sort of thing we might band is my band in high school. Wound up <hes> what what would you guys play by. The way i was rock. Music was quasi new metal redefine redefine yeah metal <hes> yeah it was we we did like we covered like incubus and rage against the machine's on's mixed with a bunch of our own original stuff. That was very very sick actually yeah it was it was fun. <hes> i'll i'll play some for some time but it's <hes> because i still have the recording somewhere but <hes> yeah so i played in that and but when we did that we played with where we recorded <hes> the four track album that we did with this guy scott cash who was <music> a great ahead of me or two grades ahead of me at one grade ahead of me i don't remember but <hes> he had grown musical family that had like a recording studio in their basement can't and they also had this farmhouse <hes> out in <hes> the southern end of of <hes> charlotte okay <hes> like just before it was just before there's north carolina south carolina border that they had built this upstairs into a full out recording studio recorded there and i was i was infatuated with this idea of learning how to do you all this stuff and so when i went to college i really wanted to be like an audio engineer so i tried to go from the engineering end of things because i went virginia tech big engineering school and tried to <hes> tried to get in that way and bombed the math classes like immediately have classes. Let's engineering. You're you're learning physics and yeah you have to learn all that stuff before for you can get to bomb that stuff so that gives you it that way <hes> but wound up finding out about this music program that they'd opened up a free elective for for recording class and so wound up taking that for like two. I think it was two and a half years. I was in like every classic taken in that room. Okay okay and it was amazing and while we were in one of those glasses some kid from from <hes> film program came in 'cause he'd completely fu bart is is <hes> like like final film <hes> because the audio is just garbage sons are and yeah and so he was looking for somebody to help and it was basically coming to beg our class like pool somebody please help me and so i jumped in and i was like yeah and we want to agr airing like re recording all the speech lines for pretty much the entire film sticking him over and it wasn't great but it it was it was something you know what it was yeah initially but existence in college was bad audio no one ever it's the worst thing intel intel period if you i i love watching people post like photos on instagram and stuff like that like here's a film project and they look gorgeous when you go to watch it and it's so terrible because the audio sounds like it's down a hallway yeah <hes> and is not clear and not the audios arrive he'd mess it up but he wound up pulling me into <hes> some of the <hes> some of the meetings for the film club uh-huh okay and he was like yeah you should come out and hang out for this and the the vocal club was great because they produced a film every class every night class every meeting and okay and so they would make something and it was never prepared like somebody might bring a couple of props or something like that and they would just make it like a challenge and it it was like okay. We have these problems and we have to integrate them this way new f._m. What do we wanted to do early. <hes> forty eight hour yeah but even less because it was basically like a three our show from and so we did music videos and we did <hes> we took <hes> took the pablo francisco bit of the <hes> the fake arnold schwarzenegger movie trailer. Oh yeah we took the audio from that and shouted live action that okay cool to be like schwarzenegger bigger part. It was <hes> it was fun but i didn't know how to do any of the technical stuff for filmmaking so i just started directing things because i was the only thing that could really do wow okay <hes> and so i was directing these and kind of learned how to do all that and when i got out of out of school just wanted to keep doing it and realized i couldn't rely on people anymore because there wasn't this flake location to go all meet up and do these projects right. <hes> helps you coming from the performing aspect of it yeah yeah. I mean like it both within us again like acting yeah. One of my teachers here says something great which was that when you're hired as a director. It's not because you're you're the only one that can do that thing. There are thousands of directors out there that are just as capable of not more so than you are to direct to scene and get it to work. Share the the thing you're hired for is your taste because you're hired for your taste in the stuff that you like to create because you are going to shape what ends up coming out on on the other side of whatever this film is yeah and so you know if you've got some sun sense of what you like what's funny what works together other like not just blending humor's to the point where the thing is you know incoherent. You have to have some sort of throughput storyline <hes>. That's what makes could actually work sweet so i think it was it was good that i i got to practice with a bunch of different styles through that firm and start to figure out. What's the stuff that i'm really good at yeah because i i have this theory about comedy and let me know what you think about. I don't know if ever told you that no you can't make the things that you find the funniest because comedy just inherently is <hes> is subversion of expectation tation and you can never subvert your own expectations in anything that you do so you can make something that's funny because you you know how to play on someone else's his expectations and subvert those make someone else lap but it's never going to be the things that make you laugh the most like you can. You can have fun on with it but at the things that are full d. belly laughs. Yeah are not gonna come from yourself. They're gonna come from someone else even in a scene that you have or you can't make aac yourself. That's true and so that there's times that you can make yourself. Maybe break in a scene you. Are you surprised yourself off. I break all the time yeah. I haven't enjoyed. Anna break constantly broke all the time. Oh yeah ask ask anybody in trustfall. Okay alley yeah so are you. Are you someone who <hes> obviously. There's different tastes but like are you someone when who likes being surprised in comedy a <hes> <hes> okay yeah oh yeah this guy. That's why you're working on a film or something like that. It gets less funny as you go along because it's steadily subverting west for you more and more as you go through this work and super-hacker garage yeah i. I love <hes> amazing callback. <hes> there's one in <hes> <hes> my favorite one and zeevi recently was from silicon valley so long so they have the whole thing with russ <hes> the investor that's always talking about hi jared and say this guy fawkes that whole bit and they did it for like an entire season and then they went away for from mostly for like most of the next season and then there's this scene where jared dating a girl and they come walking out of yeah and then they come out of the out of the garage where taste films like character just turns around and gives the right i don. I thought that was the most amazing the thing you have to have kind of like a forty six a long game and everything that went on before working the in the new media center guys there that yeah it's what we should just put a team together 'cause like i dragged. If if it's smiler <hes> <hes> <hes> is <hes> is actor and paul is a is the editor cinematographer like three oh she just put this team together building team again <hes> and and yeah and so we you know tossed together this this team and borrowed equipment from the new media center and made a short film about a guy i going for a job interview and there's a little kid playing with toys and the guy who's watching looking play with toys and then the secretary polls the kid out of the out of the room and then he just slowly like falls apart from resisting jumps downstairs playing with the toys. I'm like goes off the deep end we're putting in sound effects of like war sounds ends and he he takes his high off and wraps it around his head like a like a bandanna starts doing rambo stuff like in the in the ferns and the and just played it up okay and <hes> yeah it was just kind of ridiculous little short <hes> but wound up winning that festival so like the first one we ever entered we won it was awesome and then we turn around rounded one that was like an apple sponsored thing. I think called it like insomnia or something like that. They did this one year that a film festival where they everybody could enter from around the country sorry and because we had done well in the first one like we had like local paper in virginia like blacksburg virginia following us around your interviews and stuff for this and we produced a film for that not nearly as good because i think we we got big heads pretty bad. <hes> it was fun. I a lot of fun making it but it's like the the story is too big for the for the time that we had to tell it in all those things that you learn by. Just thank you bunch of them. Oh yeah <hes> but <hes> yeah so that those were the first couple and then when i got out of out of college <hes> went to luigi. Did you officially graduate with what was your <hes> so <hes> museum media production science technology studies minor okay <hes> and and they always end up up in dc and or yeah moved for me to work in radio okay but not on the radio station college wjr yeah i was working. I was a intern at the local rock station there and that's when in the sales and i don't know why i thought sales was a smart move and <hes> <hes> in radio it's d._c. Wanna one and clear channel in general <hes>. Excuse me i heart radio terrible. Fucking company like god awful awful their employees there this whole culture where if you <hes> when you show up no one will talk to you for the first six months that you're there really and friendly with you because they expect you to leave and it's it's like a self-protection thing yeah. It's kind of like they. They just turn people over. It was terrible terrible. I've worked <hes> of their for that and <hes> started doing like forty eight hour. Film festival like helped out a friend of mine line on it. I started working on some other like random projects around town the first film i want. I want apart and on cherry. La can't who came out the the d._c. Area stand up now. She was part of this group jinx n._a. Did a forty eight hour film festival <hes> really and so her and and <hes> joining amanda hirsch and great ten dale and <hes> <hes> sean murphy and i feel like there's one or two other people that i'm i'm liking uh-huh but worked with that with that whole group and it was it was a lot of fun but it was one of.

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"realis" Discussed on On The Table Gaming

On The Table Gaming

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"realis" Discussed on On The Table Gaming

"In the running for that you can you can win your your breath starter set by paying the iron price so there's a lot more events on on the on the event tracker as well. I always give you a few samples. There's a please make sure you're checking it out making use of it and the only tips or suggestions for how we can improve do that. It'd be greatly appreciated and without further ado <hes>. We're going to welcome another. Josh not not our typical judgement. Let's get another josh who made the trip out to gen con from connecticut josh in a welcome to the show. Thanks for having me all right so not just a little bit of you're gaining background before we jump in and talk about the gen con experience has been like you're someone that i know pretty pretty well from the <hes> star leading community and you kind of made the jump into a song adjacent fire. What kind of experience are you bringing to song fire. Oh man i think i started with wermer which i think a lot of people do and then got into fantasy flight games x. Weighing armata legion played a lot of tournaments women are mata and then got into song of ice and fire because another local player you thought me <hes> peruzzi brady and so you played played competitively a lot of our mod. I think right yeah so kind of getting out into the cons. Maybe not sort of new to that idea so we will just jump right in so how was how was gen con. It is different <hes> i've been to some big tournaments before for other games have been crucible in orlando which is a big floor event on the nova a couple years in northern virginia which is a figment but gen con. You know sixty seventy thousand people. Oh very crowded all the time pretty different yeah that's like that's the big leagues gosh and it's so funny because i've been checking facebook. Can there's been all this breath in news and we'll definitely go into own that on a future episode but <hes> i keep seeing a lot of kind of the big names that pop up over and over again on the song of ice and fire tournament tournaments scene and so it sounds like there was a lot of great players there so you played the first and second days of tournaments but what was that like and i i guess also what what facts in rerunning well. I ran my starts. They're the only ones that play and i brought a howland realis- and a robb stark lists and and the structure of the tournament has four qualifying rounds of sixteen players each and <hes> i signed up for all four of them and my i only ended up playing in three of them so i played two of them yesterday. So when it came down to stand in line for braff ins or or go play. You're like i'm gonna play. That's exactly right and i missed out on the braff ins was pretty bitter about it all day but then then turns out they decided sided that the whoever wins each qualifying match windsor barath ian starter set then the pressure was a lot of guys that what i did and they signed up for all of them but they were intending to drop out as soon as they qualified for the finals mumbai for the finals for getting into the top four but when they found out the prize was the breath ian kit that they were going to stay in the yeah yeah so the competition was was pretty pretty tough for people who who already had kind of one by all the standards and so guess what was it like playing in tournaments and what was your overall experience well the first day i did extremely reportedly. I ran up against two almost identical joffrey lists just how potent they were. I got a real lesson. Come on lancaster's they they running with kings guard. I'm assuming and yeah and <hes> well you find okay and the warriors yeah yeah you know i think it was just the resilience of the king's guard with their manor banners to and then the the warriors sons with generating those faith tokens reliably. I just couldn't make anything stick to them. Usually you can put a little damage on them and maybe with a little more on panicked thoughts right. They're gonna hold my <hes>. My regular coz. You're josh was here so we can talk about the warriors aside but yes. That's a sounds very resilient army now. Was it credibly. What were the scenarios that you guys are playing on. They were i. I don't know if they're picked ahead of there random. They didn't tell us what they were. <hes> until the beginning of the match and it was really i think they were all allowed except for the castle assault mission russian yep <hes> gave us a couple of minutes notice where you finding on some of the more resilient armies that it was hard to dislodge them off of objectives. Were they able to get their first or was it more just just in general kind of in the strength of arms. They were able to grind you down a little bit. You know that's something that people talk about a lotta tournament was getting onto the check i and holding it yet my first day i was getting onto the objective i every time wow this that didn't seem to help me in traveling all right well speaking of you talked about high level players getting the press and one of the guys that people are talking talking about a lotta tournament was on a call with a k. Yes he actually was my very first opponents so it was sort of a welcome to the tournament scene <unk> his my teeth than pretty thoroughly. Now i think i actually played against colin back at pax unplugged so he's been doing tournaments for quite some time. He's part of a small little song of ice and fire mafia. The travels travels the country and terrorizes people tournament extremely nice guys. I got along with all gentlema- yeah man they. They really operate on a different level than other people. I think absolutely absolutely and that's why there's a lot of experience in there too two games in the tournament so i mean at least that's actually a good bar that then you can be like okay so everything. I'm getting experience from now on. We'll be maybe some level lower than the somehow that was still kind of a high point for my first day. I think i came dead last in both fall. Oh fires for the first day. Oh my goodness okay. It was so bad that at the end of the second round the judge announced that i came last told me that my name is greek and then to give me my to give me my attendance prize he. He tried to give me to say my own name. Wow that sounds a little a little awkward. It's last discouraging. I don't know how i how yeah well in fairness to him. I was doing really badly. <hes> the first qualifier i came <hes> one one went into law in the second one. I came zero wins and three losses and so i know a few things i i know just from europe. Being sort of new to the game ish <hes> but i know that i've never we've never played out some factions within factions that were particularly hard video. You mentioned the lancasters night's watch or any miramax hazar. I had my first experience with john snow yet and that was pretty unbelievable. The unit triple charged at one point <unk> slowly around me down yeah. It's a pretty brutal one and then okay but sit on the second day so i i was a little rough right back to the second day back in i learned the lessons though and i reached my list. I couldn't swap in a new minis because i'm traveling with my arming items. Bring extras <hes> i- reconfigured my list pretty substantially after the first day. I couldn't couldn't swamp any new models in because it didn't bring a but i did change up realizing and on the second day i actually managed become <unk> wins and zero. Wow holy crap nice jab and so what was going different for you on that second day. I think i needed to adjust to <music> thing about the game the way that the ornament players objective based you know it's not even objective based. There's just a playing kelly is dial of play than the people who play competitively <hes> there in just a different mindset and so what sort of tips you give people coming out to the first tournaments or something yeah i and to clarify. I'm not expecting to do well tomorrow when the fine which is okay with me but i do feel qualified to talk about going from casualty competitive now after three qualifiers yeah. I think that i think that the biggest thing is to think about planning your turns in terms of what tactics cards you have love playing. Casually i would just do what i wanted to do. And what i thought was fast enough. I had tactics card. That would help me. I would use it but the higher level players plan out there turn based on what tactics cards they have and i realized that because a they will start with with grabbing the envelope on tactics or as off and be when they played tac discard it usually is followed by sewer three or so getting those chains in yeah they think about chains and combos and stuff that i've really never thought about before and so thinking about turn plan in that way and that really then you get your deep dive on your faction. I think that's going to be so cool but the breath is some of their tactics. Cards cards actually have the same trigger which is not uncommon but like it seems that some of the good tactics cars accident the same trigger and it may be that this faction. You're gonna have to learn. Those sort like road bumps to make sure that you can maximize that particular style of play yeah. I haven't really looked at them too much. I've been a little little busy. I haven't really looked tactics. Guard even busy solution people. One guy got a bye round. The first round the first qualifier and ran out and bought a barath <unk> brought it back and showed he is that was christopher. He showed everybody. The cards really appreciate it a regular sending me some of those images as well. What sort of lists you face on the second day. On the second day. I played only against stark's stark's the half the people on the second day were running starks which was really strange because on the first day i think i was one of if not the only person running them at all all interesting mostly the lists were lancaster's night's watch and there were only a few free folk although the free folk one today they beat me on breaker. <hes> i think only one of qualifiers i went to i think there was one personality in fact <hes> thinking out after the second match of office and did you did you get to face the mercenaries. No i didn't didn't get to play against the mysterious did see them lot in stark list though how else would start tactics so that's another thing that's got me. I started playing from those up yeah. It's kind of interesting to think. I was fascinated to hear what you're saying is the breakdown because we just put out today like another state of the game poll we hadn't done on one cents in april and at that time people saw lancaster as being the most powerful than night's watch and then kind of stark's and then like free fokin bolton's down at the very the bottom yeah it's interesting to see i'm excited to see if that perception has changed but it sounds like it was kind of a hodgepodge of all sorts of factions represented <hes> except for maybe the second day where you said it was more starks heavily yeah overall the host. I think pretty heavily nights watching lancaster's okay. I will say though something i've noticed compared to other games that i've played a tournaments. These guys love to talk about the game and about everything about the game but not wants to.

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"realis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"realis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Cross the small, it appears, the Bill, that would permanently extend the expiring VCE F. Is he called it? The victim compensation fund from nine eleven has the votes to make its way through congress because he did shame them and it made it on the TV embarrassed. So they're gonna actually do something on this issue as opposed to other issues where people say exactly, the same sort of thing, but they aren't famous or maybe as good at it. And so nothing ever happens. Are you sure we can't just delay for a week or two and then use it as leverage to get another? I don't know five hundred miles of wall or on the other side better benefits, for legal of slits. Let's use this as leverage, you cannot exaggerate the, the evil and the lack of decency in Washington DC, that's the worst form of government, except for every other. I mean well, yeah. Agree just incredible. It's incredible that it happens. But the founding fathers were more than aware, they designed entire system of government to limit the government's power. That was the key aspect of it. You can't give government to power, too much power, because it always gets perverted. Always so anyway, good for John store, and that is the only thing you can do is make government as small as you possibly can so that perhaps it will be more responsive and, or and or as local as you possibly can because it's much more responsive. Can you imagine a cause more universally embraced than taking care of the first responders on September eleventh, two thousand one and the folks pod through the rubble trying to find survivors or salvage the remains of those died, can you imagine? Well, perhaps, taking care of our veterans would be such an issue. And yet congress does what congress does even with that sacred task. Just screw around and use it for pet projects and whatever I don't know the best part of that was. And this is just it's just always been. I mean I hate to be this cynical. But it's always been probably always will be, so these are these are basically people warriors in a war. They didn't know war was happening until that day. But so they're like, like soldiers in a war in the history of wars is people get gung ho to fight wars, and really excited about it and soon sober. What are you going to do for the for the people? The father where that's just the history of the widow of orphan, the injured vet. We got other spending priorities. We've got a lot of things we need to deal with here said the congress. That's the history of wars. And it's awful that it's true. But it just is what's that there's a saying we like British poem, or something? No one. Oh, yeah. It has to do with. Yeah. When it's time to go to war of the parades and then the shouting sharing and when it's time to come home, who are you? Yeah. So that was my favorite part of it is. There's not anybody up on that stage or they're actually weren't anybody weren't very, many people up there. They didn't show up to this hearing. Right. Even though it's mandatory theoretically. But there wasn't anybody that should have been occupying that seat. That didn't tweet out some sort of BS about never forget. And that's always the case with wars, and crisis isn't as soon as it's over. You move over move onto the next thing. Right. That's a cynical view. But that's just the way I don't know if thrill it's not cynical. I mean that's, that's just. Realis- and good for John Stewart. And, you know, lucky for these nine eleven veterans that there's so many like Jon Stewart on their side, because like I said, when non celebrities who maybe aren't quite as well spoken. You know, he's a professional communicator. He's one of the best ever been if you don't have somebody like that on your side, because him doing that. Okay. They voted. Oh, people caught beaver watching. We better do something without that. Yeah. Good luck. Yeah, it's frustrating. There's no doubt about it. Well, I have some serious stuff. Jack no doubt important. Very, very serious. And I'm glad we, we dealt with we could get back to fighting, old celebrities that to me is continuing to be funny. Excellent. And the spirit of Justin Bieber wanting to fight Tom Cruise for reasons that are still obscure to me. Tom Cruise is thirty one years. His senior that seems like an odd thing want. But so yeah. Chance to fight. Larry King as far as quickly finally thrashing to see clings to life. Major major transition point in the United States of America. For the first time this year. US adults will spend more time using a mobile device looking at their mobile screen than a TV screen. It's the first time it's been true for me for many years for better or worse thrive in true for me for all, but it's been true. For me for ten years about, as long as I have an iphone and it ain't even close. It's like one of those horse races were two horses leading a time. And starting think wow. That champions gonna taste really good too. They give the words champagne. It's thinking is it runs. And then the horse that was just biding its time, thunders past, okay? Like farts, Philippe horse as it goes by with disdain that, that is how quickly smartphone. Use is crushing TV us more on that coming up. Disdainful flatulence on the Armstrong and Getty show..

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"realis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"realis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Eve. Your lady on Hough. He's a good dancer. Leela says he's a regular Vernon castle. I know anyway, all these slick follows talk that way or good dancers. Look at him bowing and smiling and wearing an old tweet suit. We have to Calhoun, I must say your marvelous dancing. Stop real. Do ladies of already spoil for dancing with ordinary. Dancing. I don't want to come on. Act. The way you swing me around. Almost me to death teams. Mr. Gildersleeve as a beautiful I've had a few compliments time the honor wish you'd excuse me for a few minutes. Breath. How about you Leela, shall we try to measure? To know just what James? Washing job is mostly routine. Realis- reports. Phones. And so on magic the judge has much more interesting job than I have what about me? Very satisfactory. Mitch gal Hoon a chance to study human nature. I've always believed as poet said that the proper study of mankind is man crew. Very well now commission permit me Mr. Calhoun, a judge had good deal of human platinum and jetsam in the car of the year a water Commissioner plenty to. But the follow that Reeves the meters, he sees everything..

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"realis" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"So if that's not jet grew the soccer God's in any God that you believe in looking down on Paul Mitchell and saying go, fuck yourself lad, I don't know. What is that's just beautiful poetry? And I saw a tweet that someone said like imagine being the copper in the jail with the guy being like what note Avila, Jack realis-? Also, keep bringing up a peaky blinders because that's where the show takes place in Birmingham. And it's an amazing fucking show and Kilian Murphy. Daddy. I straight gut Martin, you're reading my mind. I'm a straight, dude. But I'm just you know, Killian. Okay. Let's move on to. Oh Aguayo in Drake. I put this in the notes all I had to say is the Drake curse could man city break the Drake curse because we all know that Drake is known pick a team, and they always lose like recently, he picked Alabama and they lost the national championship. He's a Toronto. Raptors fan. The list goes on. There was pictures of Aguayo a couple of other man city players hanging out of Drake. So Martin are. We are you going to switch pick Liverpool. Now. Look Aguayo has somehow rocketed to my least favorite person. Indie world right now. Just because he seems to have that curse and he's bringing that curse to the Premier League. So get that shit out of my face, Drake. Push a t one. And I swear to God if Manchester City loses every single team in the history of the world should ban, Drake. Because that means that curses to real. Yeah. You need like some crosses some garlic. You need to like, you know, put some like enchantment around your grounds of Drake comes around kind of like, your mom like your mom when you got your new place, you put like a blessing whatever flame on his said sane. She when when I moved into my newest house, she demanded that she come by and cleanse the spirits of the house. So that means I don't know she came by with some spices, some sticks some leaves and burnt it in my house and walked around wall. Wafting it all all over. So all the spirits are cleaned. But my mom's psycho. So there's that there is that. All right. That was our news headline guys. We're gonna take a quick break for an ad and we'll be right back with all the Premier League action. You love the first weekend of the college hoops tournament.

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"realis" Discussed on Sensible People

Sensible People

09:19 min | 3 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Sensible People

"Much is this gonna cost ballpark, blah, blah, blah. What we need you to do is open the attic door and take a picture, and she's like, it's kinda hard. Like, you know, they're like, well, do you have like a selfie stick anything that can get up there? Take picture. She's like, oh, yeah. I actually do. So she puts her iphone selfie. Stick gets NS steps tool opens. The attic door goes up. All she does is put the the phone just enough. It can go up there. And she takes a picture, right? She pulls down the camera looks at the camera, and what she sees. And we'll post this picture because I'm going to get it from this guy. What she sees is a black dude in a fucking day goatee. He's just sitting look shock. I saw the picture. My jaw dropped I was dying of laughter. I need to see this is their apartment in there fucking apartment attic. So the pictures hilarious because the guy is caught. He's like he looks like a deer in the headlights like always sales. Oh, hold on so old black ballgame she immediately screams and runs out of the house. Right. Freaks out. So calls the cops, of course. Cops come they find the guy he didn't even leave. They arrest him. He had been living in there since before they even came they moved in. How does he go in? Here's the weirdest. Fucking thing. The creepy part of this story they had been arguing for months about food going missing his clothes. No couldn't fucking find his work shirts. He'd like he would yell at her. Like, did you leave it at the dry cleaners like they didn't come back with it? Things had gone missing food constantly arguing their bed would be made. And then it wouldn't be made. And they'd argue just non stop shit like this. This guy had been living. They would go to. Work. He would come down. They see one of the craziest stories how long was this time period. Again, like months months, they had moved in for five months. They heard it right away. All three whole weeks. I'd be out of there. A goal. They thought it was like mice or wreck basing wrapping the bed. Blame each other. They didn't know when they leave for work is probably when he'd come down. He was our house living their house. He would go out live in it up and go back up why they were. In video he had he had a couch up there that he would sleep on with sheets a whole rack with the husband's dry cleaned clothes like he was wearing his whole wardrobe. Unbelievable. So wasn't a wrestler. They arrested him. Ooh, I want to hear more about this dope. Because just stay with me for one second. What if this was a guy just trying to find happiness like what what if this was his own. Because you always think about like homeless. But you know, what if this is his way till they get a job. What if you could have land was he working, I need to know this. I don't know what if he was going on and working in the husband's clothes. I don't give up. Good thing. She had a selfie stick imagine. If she went up there have to picturing like guys, I'm sorry. I don't have the picture tonight. We will need this is unbelievable. He's just like he's completely shocked like that. They caught him. I need to do a docu. The guy was living in the how I need to food wearing their clothes. This is on. This is one of the craziest stories of her head of real. But even more than that. He was like watching TV's, Sheldon, everything probably. They should've just had there were having sex like right below him. Like who knows what he did this living with somebody that you don't know living. Like that's weird. Thank god. They didn't have kids. Right, but needless to say, they moved out and immediately, and I think they're trying to sue the landlords. But like what can you do? Right. I hate when people sue other people shut off. I like your attitude tonight. What he said earlier, I think she's a relative of that. Defending him off. He's just he's just trying to live his life. What if he found happiness? What have you found him movie happiness, or with Will Smith know, someone other somebody else's adding no talk, you know, what I feel like if I found him. I'd be like yo want to split run. Too funny too funny. How about another fucking on sensible thing that I came across. Actually, I always come across it you ever go to read it article. I know you can't read. You can't either. So. No, you go you're like on Yahoo or fucking ESPN or something you click an article, and instead of them just giving you the God damn list. It's a goddamn slide show hated. Does this video? And if you're taking a deuce and you're on your phone, and it's a slide show, you it's you might as well, not even click the late sucks. You can't do anything because they know you're going to look at it longer, which it helps with advertisers. Right. It's so sad. That's the best time. If you're doing a deuce or taken, a deuce, or whatever you sign your list, girl, Dussen realis-, all you have to listen. Now. Wouldn't you want a massive amount of you just one a little list? I just want the list, and I want to move onto the next thing. Yeah. But no, I wanna go look at Meghan Gillick. We don't have time to hit next slide. Next slide next Laura. It's time to get through the whole slide show you'd need a half hour. That's what I do at my old shoe. Instead of my real job too much time to kill girl. Got too much time on my hands. Hands tailored income to that. He doesn't come to the party. Hey, if you guys don't know we are on iheartradio now pretty big deal. A lot of other podcasts are on their music songs radio stations. Yeah. It's actually hard to get accepted. It is. And it took a while it took like two months. Yeah. But we're on there. If you guys listen there, you can listen to sensible. I will say I'm not a today. I just listened to it for first time. I'm I know a lot of people it's popular. I'm never been a big Ron burgundy fan with anchorman. He's got that new podcast. But he's got a podcast that's on iheartradio. You can listen to it. I listened to some of it today gave it a shot. It's good. But like I said, I'm not the biggest burger de fan. So but you guys want fan. I like we'll feral not as not as much as a lot of other people. Do I'm try-. I just feel like he tries to hard with a lot of stuff. Some stuff is good. Some of his classes SNL stuff is cowbell. You're not but down loving. I love that. That's his SNL. But like some is movie characters it's hit or miss for me. Some but but when he nails it he. Brothers nails. It separate was one of my priceless. But just in general, not the biggest anchorman fan, but check it out that's on there. And check us out to you know, I kind of want to check out some more facts about you. I feel like I learned a lot. You don't like rampart. You know, I think we should do. They don't like him. I'm just not the biggest fan of feral. Tasted some stuff is genius. I can see that though like. Comedy because it's just it's always the same. Exactly. It's the same type of humor when he gets something. Right. It's fucking. Yes. Gold. Yeah. Golden night at the Roxbury nineties Dahlan Dagan nights. He was excellent. Well, like, I said I want to know more about Ryan. And so that's why we're going to segue into this segment that a listener actually gave us the slip into my DNA. I'm gonna slip and slide three. I came up with the listeners ages key questions. Oh, okay. Because he's got too much time on his hands credit where credit is due Mandy. Time for ask. Right. Number one. So the public is dying to know ultimately dying to know Ryan, it's the first question asked me anything is anal cheating. No, no way. That was a quick answer is anal cheating. No, it's not a sexual organ. You poop out of it. So it's not cheating. So if someone banged doing in the ear not cheating. Why why blowjobs not cheating not a sexual Oregon? Wait, your mouth is on sexual Oregon. Wait. Whoa. Job is not cheating cheating. Really? No, stop it. There's still someone Morgan the penis and the act on your Rumen. How would you would still think that isn't cheating? I'd be pissed. Urban. I could do it. Oh classing noble Farrell anal though, not cheating. It's safe. You don't get pregnant. You don't have to wear con spreads diseases. But what the? Dogging average low right in there. You'll have to worry about getting pregnant. That's what I did in high school. I was blown away. Offers. I whistle in there. Sure.

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"realis" Discussed on Pull up a pew podcast

Pull up a pew podcast

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Pull up a pew podcast

"Entity. I can't hear him. All right. Darlene. I can hear you just fine. Johnathan see if she can hear you. You're talking to each other. Yeah. One. Cut. What were you talking about? When I lost you on. In the internet. So I'm okay. But I am seeing her as okay great. Lighten. Right now, the time that we've been on on more on. It's fifty five seconds. Now know how long total have we been on? So. I can stop naked spice it. I'm sorry. How long again in our in forty minutes. Only four that said an hour and forty eight okay. I was gonna say holy cow. It's Africa using up time. Let me hit stop recording. All right. All right. So this occurrence, Darlene, you're mentioning right now of it, you know, of childhood ailment, and then my mentioning of the use of D M T in how people have this troupe of seeing specific entities in being said are providing them knowledge these dumps of wisdom or knowledge, but it sounds like that you were possibly gaining the same experiences, and maybe even meeting with these same physical beings, but without the aid of DM, tea or drug or that route wanna spouse a little bit on on that. Yeah. Sure. First of all, I've never I've only seen like physical beings in the physical couple of times. But when I was a kid. Kid. I was always in tuned to just you know, nature or end just listening to myself, actually. But what happened with me as is? I want your series of realis- avair childhood illnesses that included a couple of stance on the hospital, and that made me realize that I had no control over a lot of things. And I was away from my parents when I was in the hospital, and I also had another incident was about six years old where I saw three people, Don horrible on mobile accident. I think that I mean, I saw from beginning to end in my parents, my parents, actually, the people that got out of our car and went to help these people in take out of their car. So that that was another thing. And then I also had incident when I was about two years old I was molested by a neighbor boy, and these are things that I think kind of crack me open, I did not around drama like I didn't PTSD. Or anything like that? I think like some people get I think sorbet in a different way and the way I did it was I open myself up allowed things in. Because once you realize that you don't have a complete in a positive way or positive way. Because I mean, you realize that some point in your life that you can't control everything. And I think for some people that's probably some people don't feel that went till the really adult or something happens to them. But in my case it haven't when I was pretty young. And I think because of first of all I was very curious imaginative kid to begin with second of all I had these traumatic events all within a period of you know, from about age four if you include the bunny from about age four until around age sex or seven. And I was I was willing to question everything that happened to me like why did those three people die? Why did this happen? Why did I get sick a main and realizing that I was still a whole person I didn't carry trauma. I guess like some people do like being fearful think it actually did the opposite with me. And because it did the opposite was may I was willing to take in more more things more experiences that were not happening that other people were aware of does that make any sense Louis. No, absolutely. On his sons saw thanks for some people. It may be a personal trauma

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"realis" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Movie Crush

"She's going to progress, and it's really sad. But you get this great love story sort of happening along the way and ends with that great. The best monologue of all time. You gotta let me go to proc to let me go to. Yeah. Yeah. He knows. And he follows her out and says, you know, if I leaned if I kissed you owe the very end if we'd been dating like you'd be delighted probably, and he's I just want to be an old couple. So I can do that. And it's just like such a sweet we choked up when I think about just let me I just wish we could do that. It was just such a great ending and like to look back now at Noah baumbach career. It was like the seed, and I love going back and seeing the early work of like, some of my favorite writers directors and actors because you can see that seed there, you know, it was a little amateurish and little student filming. But just so endearing, but you see like the talent that was there like ready to go. I feel like it's always remained one of my favorites. Like just because it is sort of rough around the edges, and then you also like have I guess in the grand scheme of things you get to see all the films that came after an you know, like where it go. Owes. So it really does feel like the beginning of kind of an amazing journey there for sure he's twenty five twenty five trying to get the budget for this. I couldn't I couldn't find it. But couldn't have been much. You know, I wonder it wasn't that great time though in the talk exhaustively about it on the show about that sort of early to mid nineties. Indie film explosion. And just so exciting sleep with me. Yeah. Bet you like that movie. I loved that movie. Yeah. Or some other ones. Well, metropolitan alone over. All those really talk easy. What are some more everyone? So it's religious. Realis-? Well, geez. I love all those movies dudes. I saw before sunrise the night before I took my big European trip. I was like oh, man. Here we go. Julie Delpy is just going to be having Julie Delpy. Did you find on that trip? I literally did that kiss a human being on that trip? Not even a little little make out says nothing zero Julie dope. He's negative. Julie Julie Delpy facts. Once really don't be an I tried on clothes next to each other at a store, and it was very exciting for me. Really? Yeah. That would have been exciting for me too excited. Exciting. I remember very clearly it was years ago. It's the only thing I have on here that I see is baggy clothes in the in from the thing living. It's funny to look back at the nineties, and like everything was so baggy. It's all coming back. Did really yes. Those huge pants with pleats and stuff. I don't know. I think it's all about to happen. Yeah. I saw a friends episode. The other night with Chandler had these big baggy pleaded pants with a t shirt tucked in and like kind of pulled out though. Poof that was my move. So funny to see that like, wow that was awful. Because you always think in the moment that you're in. It's like, no this is like this is that people dress. This will not look stupid in twenty years. Yeah. I guess you do think that I don't know. But it's jeans and a t-shirt. This is what this is not gonna look stupid in twenty years. It's gonna look bad. Really? Yeah. You're there are no stripes in the future. Just like it's just going to be off like the fit or whatever like people you'll look back into like, what was I doing wearing it that way, but be fucking sixty eight years old and twenty years. My god. I know said it's weird. Getting older is weird. It is very weird. I'm not I don't know. I've athlete sometimes. I'm like, it's amazing. Sometimes I'm like this blows. I did that thing. I'm obsessed with checking ages of an talked on the show characters. And like what how old they were. Right. Like, I'll see something it'd be like Paul Newman was younger than me rape late Butch Cassidy, those that's like aside from like all the political trash fire on Twitter. Like, those are the ones that bummed me out, the deepest where are like this pig..

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"realis" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

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"realis" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Name. Brit. I hate that show. Food say this. Okay. Weddings? That one I think just in general nineteen rob it just stop. It goes city hall. I'm not buying you sit because you decided to be with some more than two years. So what is what is for you guys? What is the most tiresome 's storyline on Bravo? Just needs to just go away. Well, we ought for me. It's weddings. However, MJ can get married every minute and also kicking badge were Jews. Frankly, there isn't one storyline that we'd be tired of with her and Leah could do you could get bad Leah black. Yes. You Get can get. hurt. New their vows. We'd watch that she could renew her vows while to. I would watch that I would want that. Honestly, I would watch anything that Leah's on if you will. Exactly not just saying that it's for real any story line. No, okay. Guys. It's up to you know, it's not up to you change it this year. Guess you to America? America votes. Beverly hills. Can you cannot wait? Okay. The moonlight jokes. All ready been done. But let's laugh. Odd to okay the winner. Is you want to say it? It's badge or guy. On brandy gland. Bill loves it. Thank you guys. Go man. Dumb dumb gay big, Tom gay politics story. I know added a LA. Levy girls. Evening. It's not time. Okay. What's next? Ronnie. Ben went is next. Oh my gosh. And one of our ghetto one of our good friends that were always with outstanding achievement in business and self promotion are Queen realis-..

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"realis" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Now, it's now twenty dollars off plus free bake in for all impact, the realis- Nur's, just go to butcher box dot com. Use the code impact. That's I m p a c t at butcher box dot com. Go right now. And try it out this very much has my stamp of approval and the boxes will come with at least nine to eleven pounds of meat which is good for twenty four individual servings and their five different box types of choose from. You can get all. Beef beef and chicken beef before the mixed box and the custom box, which is what I'm all about. And it lets you choose your own cuts by taking out the middleman and buying direct from collective of ranches. These guys are able to get the cost down as a big deal, especially when you think about the fact that they offer free shipping to forty eight continuous United States, and the price is just drum roll, please one hundred and twenty nine dollars a month. And again, that's only six bucks a meal. So for six months meal, you can get the highest quality tasty as the day is long. I'm telling you guys and stuff is good. So go try it right now. There's no commitment. You can cancel easily at anytime emphasize easily because as he can make it a pain becomes a nightmare. These guys not trying to trap. You. The stuff was good. They wanna make sure you can get in and try it so head to toe box dot com right now. Sign up twenty bucks off plus free bacon. Guys joint be legendary. You're listening to impact berry impact the impact their impact airy back baby. Everybody. Welcome to impact. Erie our goal with this show and company is the introduce you to the people and ideas that will help you actually execute on your dreams..

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