20 Burst results for "Reeb"

"reeb" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

Jogo Bonito

04:01 min | 6 months ago

"reeb" Discussed on Jogo Bonito

"Think is absolutely amazing on heavy. Maria are if it wasn't whole but the genuinely ronaldo's masses vote if you took them a lot he's just if he existed in the sixty seventies right as he'd be found winner because he's absent you. Maria acapella group as a. I don't think i've ever seen in play bath. Not he is. He's one of those players so long messy didn't have that squad around him to get anywhere on the Major tournaments and suddenly acquirer him kimmel once they will real challenges because he even Even a mind you that was glimpses of his. Just sensational born ability. I think he's if we take. Take the go out of it On an eye on and talk about the the beauty of argentine football. I always think is the mix between by the physicality ability about street footballer the aggression and an absolute silk laughing cal will cooling lot silken steel at Talking about for me. The maria just just symbolizes it heavily but just slightly more to the silk he so so beautiful toward the ball and yet he like most of the the brilliant does is being able to actually facilitate looks of neymar for an ambassador to kind of to have the jimmy and he's always pay that role and then when you watch him on the ball you like hold on a minute goes real goes past players work. He's got he's got no physicality. Just never lose the ball at tacos. It's make sense. And that's why i also love. He loved to lucky. Doesn't have the physique that you know you know so the pitches of holland today low back in training literally just looking at And his de. Marie just quite quite skinny isn't it. If you're a lot you could put your finger on his wrists. That i always take the every time i see him every time. You think i don't know i i just saw like when he seems celebrate which in may will make sure watching Best woke up in english today and he just took an object. You could say you could say that my off to check out. Not checking out his His wrists safe A let's let's get onto. What was the collapse. What changed are we talking. Simplist needs to be heart pitch. I did wonder whether She physically faded that that was that was an intense first off. They they showed their yeah. What was your food for. The reasons change. I reckon they went to negative i. That was a a lot of people saying you know you can't you can take a porch tino spurs. You context push to you. But i don't even think they mostly. I only did in a really wait. wait they just. It was all on doing they. Just let it get away from them. They went to negative. They kind of went right. We go to one lead. That's hold onto it. We're not sure if they try to keep bosson you you can sell. It was yellowcard. Then chen comorian as well. You're a real chance that should go at them. Gas second goal and really cement. Your you want your dominance on this tie and they just suck into a show. Let's say come onto to them and they were going to school respond city. They go four for messing with photo. Nebraska reeb morris who is unreal. His tall people. People miss him seem to miss him in the also relapse. Laster show just like went. Simone city gel puffery..

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"reeb" Discussed on RPM45

RPM45

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"reeb" Discussed on RPM45

"Hey this is marquess off and this is RPM forty-five. This. Week a guy who got into music only because his girlfriend pushed him to audition for Jesus Christ superstar five years later, he and his bandmate begin a string of seven consecutive top five hits. Here's our talk with Russell Hitchcock of air supply. I've watched some of your interviews with Russell Your partner. You guys seem like you have an amazing partnership Redo its been forty five days. This year we status together in Jesus, Christ superstar in Australia devotees and we'd be on the road at I'm sure a couple of the ingredients that we didn't. We didn't have success early in that lives said there was very literally going, Vo, Between Office Ryan doesn't want to be the singer I can't write songs. So we come amid each other tremendously the we we know each other is deeply as any two guys that work together Kurd. So in opening, he's having a good day or a bad diane. Chamade. Step on each other's. Respect him and I love him as a brother. Obviously, he's one of the Best Summerlin has resisted in my opinion. It seems like you have a lot of laughs. All we did. Yeah we Kinda made unofficial back in the beginning if we didn't like working with each other, we do it. All that certainly hasn't by any means gotten close to that. This this time it popped from. From the guys in the band, the touring environment than being used to being in a different hotel three or four nights a week and getting on planes. At six in the morning all that stuff. The Reuters but case it to, and we you know we love La Reeb assigned chronic sense of humor people whose English number strident. So we have a carve Commonwealth. Proud of blueprints. Soloist in. Yeah. It seemed like it but you said something interesting to me, which is you said, you didn't have a lot of success at a young age. Well, we're about the same age and I know that you guys start having success in the in the seventies. That's pretty young age yet what actually I wasn't a teenager when we had success, it wasn't like the Hansen's. Bet recording thirty something..

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"reeb" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

Beyond Your Wildest Genes

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"reeb" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

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"reeb" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

Beyond Your Wildest Genes

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"reeb" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

"This is an example of the law of compensation. How when when we do something it's GonNa have a primary effect, but it's also going to have these much longer lasting secondary effects that can drive chronic disease. Absolutely and unfortunately. That Zeke in selenium and thyroid issues. Nobody talks about that when when having someone go on to. Contraception. So, it's really fascinating. Listen that I'm really cognizant of your time and I appreciate you coming on Is there. Is there something? First of all. Where can people find you in the world whereas your physical location? Yes, so I'm in Portland Oregon. And I own the Portland Clinic of natural health, and you can find me Dr Reeves Dot Com that's D as in dog Villar W. E., B. as in boy S in Sam Dot Com and we'll put that in the show notes and. I. Don't know how it is out by you. Are you allowed to any telemedicine I? Am and I do telemedicine all the time and I I actually accept insurance as well so right now with covid. I'm able to accept patients insurance across state lines depending on. Their health insurance. You know it's it's not A. It's not one hundred percent of the time, but it's amazing and so yeah, I love doing telehealth. That's amazing and I will have all your contact information in our show notes. I. Do really appreciate you being on the show again. You have any parting words for our audience. May the vital force be with you. Spoken like a true Star Wars Fan. Thank you so much for having me Mike and keep up the great work in the world. Thank you so much of my pleasure, Ben. Hey, folks! If you like what you heard, please go to I tunes or Apple podcasts and leave review. It helps US help others find the work that we're doing and bring. Folks like? On the show, so guys have a great week and we will see you soon chow. Seldom at the month is be white. wd Magnesium. Magnesium is one of the most common deficiencies in current research and is critical part of over two hundred processes in the human body..

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"reeb" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

Beyond Your Wildest Genes

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"reeb" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

"To help this. A dream help this goal become reality. How do you see? How do you intentions? I was so true I mean it's. It's funny because I I opened the book with that famous line about how the universe conspires when we when we step into our boldness are genius. Magic in the universe, conspires to to support us in unseen ways and You know it's now now we can see it's really just science in a lot of ways, and we have so much evidence, and so I think you're exactly right this. This book is really my intention. My intention is to distill the laws of healing in easily accessible language that somebody could read on. On a plane in an hour and a half, and they'd come out a different person on the other side. They wouldn't have to go to chiropractic school or naturopathic school or Functional Medicine School, necessarily to have an understanding of of these laws that go way back, and it's amazing. How common sense is not so common and even though some of these things are quite simple away. It can be difficult to to articulate them and get them down in a way that people get it because everyone wants to understand this wants to know how. How do we heal? What are the laws that we can work with to engender a healing response and you know? How does how how what's the practical approach? And where's the evidence? -solutely you know it's really interesting when when we? We first or made a new patient in our offices. There are some folks who come in and say oh. I just want you to fix me up. Doc. I just want you to fix me up and it's usually like the guys you know. The guy comes in, and he's like I. Hurt my back lifting up the male dude how heavy was that? The need time. He's about three hundred pounds like all right well, but the reality is is like it. Tell them what we're. We're not. We're going to partner together like there. You've got understand that this is a process. There's no magic pill or potion or lotion that we're. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA partner together on your journey back to health and I think today a specially more than ever. People are looking for this approach when you just said these things. They things have been around since parties and I think that it's been in the last hundred years that we've lost. We've lost our way in terms of the old ways. So. It's really interesting that you wrote that book, and it's the the laws, can you? Can you get into a couple of other ones for us? Yes so I think. This naturally goes into that second law, which is the law of disease and this this law comes from Dr Henry Lynn Lar- one of the founders of Nature Pathak medicine. He was a medical doctor. In the early nineteen hundreds came over from. Jeremy to the US and He said in his Book Nature Cure, which is probably the most famous book written on Naturopathic Medicine published in nineteen thirteen. He said look. All disease comes from three things and I'm not gonNA. I'm not gonNA quote his exact words because it's basically old, English but he said it comes from deficiency, toxicity or a week vital force. And, so he said, and then he then he even took it one step further he said, and in fact, chronic disease is is is basically equivalent with those things. So that's the law of disease that chronic disease, in Susan our bodies when we violate the laws of nature, when when toxicities build up in our tissues and organs, when inflammatory cytokines eleven our blood in our guts when when when we get deficient in zinc and selenium, due to you know oral contraceptive pills, medications, and so on, and then when our vitality gets tamped down. Through through stressful events through medications through lack of sleep, all of the things short..

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"reeb" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

Beyond Your Wildest Genes

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"reeb" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

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Alex Natera on the Origin of Run-Specific Isometrics

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

Alex Natera on the Origin of Run-Specific Isometrics

"Alex it's awesome to have you back and I think in this type of necessity really where I think a lot of us are a little bit more barebones place than we typically are in our own trading environments and things like that. I I'd like to ask you a little bit of the history of what we talked about. Lascaux which was Your isometric training protocol and. I'm curious how did you come up with that? Like what was the necessity that sparked the all the overcoming isometrics in that protocol that you talked about last time on the show? Yeah sure I think. There's actually a real spock incident before that incident occurred always already involved in some full loss metric training through right back to where a little kid. I was a martial artist Back in the day as a youngster is a five six year old and happened to do a really sort of traditional style. Mosh largely run out in the Wilderness and the and the scillies out in the wilderness. And you'll you'll they're bamboo flooring in your training out there. Doing all sorts of a real traditional taught work. And there's a lot of awesome metrics back. Then I remember back in the Divan and advocates that were in the martial lots like I just felt like always automatic genetics. Whatever the youngsters. Six seven eight year old but I always felt stronger than them but we just doing. Masha up four or five. Times die Just Chine- Anyway. But in that. Masha outs sign much. Awesome metric stuff ruled traditional stuff pushing against your own hands against objects are the people that were bigger than you and that sort of stuff let alone. The numerous amount of push ups. You do as well or whatever but so. That was a I sort of Introduction the awesome metrics Was Awesome Energy. Was just something we have to kind of thing and then I guess another key moment was going into high school starting to try starting to lift weights learning Lipson. Let's Basically much traditionalist. There was some point in time and Utah used to try. And he's still do try to stop a very visceral that but locks when you're young and so. I remember trying just thinking from a necessity. Really Thinking Rob will Lift the white up but also lower light down as much as possible. I didn't know anything about muscle actions yet. I've learned that you can also hold a white cockatoo. That with different loads at different times. We'll warm I gonNA just sit there and do bench press and then file pushing it up and rocky no one on file lowering it. I'll get a spot on. I'll foul Lawrence and on a file like holding it. As as long as I can with the highest white on compulsively hold it for so I was already playing with stuff then and obviously now. You've got lots of other things. Come into the system. Here you've got your growth and maturation ideologies Chinese very rapidly in whatever nonetheless. You're starting to think while they stopped really works like this is amazing. I'm getting far stronger than everyone else. And Excelling Sport and so on but then I finish them Action into my sport now as a professional and one position applied we American listens But in the scrum always in from the middle of a scrum where you're literally pushing V. I gather As much load going through your body and if your dominant scrum you might start with. We men overcome them eventually. And then push would. But there's not a lot of concentric taught movement it's really a high blood isometric and modernization onto struggle kickable back to the arrest of nights so on between massive men and I honored killers. Where the pressure coming at you and I'm having to stabilize on one leg while accessible by and start it just made sense to me. That has all its training. Could squat uncle really well. A strong squad relatively speaking an absolute sims will for my size but I just started doing more symmetric work and it felt like what heavy load felt lock the scrum and therefore and the transit was dramatic from an average on ended up becoming quota yet act became a strong point of Ma Game. Attest completely dos. Metrics now is very specific wrought as in muscle action was very specific to the to the movement that I needed to do in the game then moving along in our going into the professional environment in terms of a practitioner working as a strength and conditioning are starting to use awesome metrics in the reeb setting often and at also in the assessment the assessment of neuromuscular capacities particular peak force. So that'll started coming in really when I started moving over to the English Wish probably my my biggest development journey for instance for example. Sorry and time on end up taking a few people through the rehabilitation early with the Physiotherapists import obviously on the early stages. But then some of the exercises way would doing on carry on with the longer because we'd see guy for a period of time where you got six weeks or something doing awesome interest. Because that's all they could in the Rehab setting and then I'd move on to more autonomy would but actually stop keep keeps them awesome metric in long because my mind I was going hold on getting any pine from this exercise where actually really really high near Moscow. So I can look them hot on this exercise. Robin drop the white and become what we thought was more specific moving into US twenty tropic so that and then what I was seeing the back of that with some really promising results like people just coming back a lot quicker and a lot stronger and so I needed less back work of strength training to get them often and returning to plan returning to

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"reeb" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"reeb" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Out and see is any sugar out there this in term of the guys you've obviously there's there's comedy tonight yeah a couple quick out things we got the uncle where Larry Reeb Chicago everyone this this weekend coming up and the thirtieth and February first Chris content will be at the rose brisket ten firmly Sir yeah excellent and it is interesting to see these guys as you just mentioned you never know what's gonna see now because there's a lot of guys kind of diving back in the comedy Eddie Murphy I would die don't just call him a guy he's Eddie Murphy and he is traveling around and popping up in in comedy clubs I work for Paul Reiser couple years ago was like his third show back in this guy did an hour flawless I mean you would never thought this guy was away from stand up for that long right he was away from Stanford quarter century okay a a real long time with the with the is as acting career is gone okay as it turns out you see him now in things that you don't even expect to see him and he's become is really is becoming a pretty successful character actor at of course after that and about it mad about you yes Sir but he's a he's got a lot going on touch of it's just it it is it is what a great comedy town this is you know thank god and it's a different you know it's like it is the way that we are a different restaurant down the New York and LA were shortened comedy town and a lot of the obviously many greats have come from here but there's a style and there's a sense of irony in a sense of of presentation well there's a sense at New York comic it's all about the city in the rats in the taxes and all that and L. A. comics are out there just to be seen to get into a sit com or movie or stuff like that and Midwest and not just your cargo but Midwest comics are just it's observational it's talking about real life it's something a lot of people could relate to yeah and and successful enough that one guy the two met as he slept in a closed donation Ben because there's a classic story about that I would like that story there was a there is a another comic it was the donation thing was right next to a pay phone remember those will look like you're younger kids look that up next to a pay phone and so a friend was calling in to check on amount of real cold night and us so it rang a bunch of times and he's like a hello is it all I'm sorry were you in the billiards room that white because the line to get on the floor with every new that he was like Larry how long you have to stay in the I wasn't able to bend well for in between girlfriends let's put all this one only is out yeah one of those he lost his own check out playing right and then he was in between any fun and it wasn't that much longer did you find another girlfriend or find a place on another girl it's a problem with the place see that's important for comics right you have to is it more important that you have friends or girlfriends with money and it it when I say money it just means a steady job where you can pay the rent right that it does anything else it's a lot of talk about that that's me I'm just saying that it happens economy there right now it's time to go out tonight what times and everything everything start at like that's why I got to fly out of here as soon as were over all right we are over been Toronto house and sees Amy's in rose by could see in downtown Chicago the entire month of March and that's a great comedy month too because it's like the weather started changing well street started live now with the the bars are open people aren't spilling into the streets Saint Patrick's day drunks at St Patrick's day two is election day that to me that's a try for dead shouldn't be legal right side now what right right he is there are you sure the Senate amendment accounts now about that that they used to not allow a drinking on election day right now it's a courage all right then thank you very much we've got the news coming away from the northwestern medicine is in.

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What Is a Swedish Death Clean?

BrainStuff

06:57 min | 2 years ago

What Is a Swedish Death Clean?

"Today's episode is brought to you by Oregon. You know, when something goes wrong at home, and you just freak out, I have definitely had my moments especially when it comes to pests ants in the mirror. Nara, cockroaches hanging out around your bubble bath and uninvited rat, a your daughter's birthday party. Don't let pests ruin the moment, get an organ tech out to your house tomorrow. Bill, protect your time and your temper. Visit organ dot com slash brain to save fifty dollars on your first general pest service with the promo code pod. Fifty. That's P, O, D, five zero Orkan home is where the bugs aren't. Welcome to brain stuff. A production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Bogle bomb here, cleaning, the home of a loved one who has recently died or entered a nursing home is something most people dread, especially if they have no idea what to do with all the items. Their loved one has cumulated enter the Swedish death clean it may sound morbid, but it could actually lighten the burden of grieving loved ones popularized in the book, the gentle art of Swedish death cleaning by eighty something artists Margarita Magnusson Swedish death cleaning is basically decluttering in your later years. So that someone else doesn't have to do it for you madness own herself Swedish, but lived all over the world. Her book was an immediate sensation in Sweden and garnered series interest in the US. Once it was published here in two thousand eighteen in the book, Magnusson explains at the Swedes, call it, though, standing a combination of the words for death and cleaning, though. It's a relatively recent concept. We spoke by Email with an Charlotte, gavel Adams, professor emeritus of sweeter, studies at the university of Washington. She explained that the word isn't. Sted in any Swedish Academy dictionaries, and that she, I heard of the concept, ten years ago from a man in his seventies who clearing out his artworks and books, so that his sons wouldn't have to do it when he passed away. She said he's still alive, though. He used the word in a humorous tone. I think the Swedes or is uncomfortable, discussing death as Americans and of course, we're not alone in that according to a survey by the academy of Medical Sciences, in England, six out of ten people know little to nothing about those last hours of life. In fact, one third of participants declined to answer the questions leading researchers to surmise that they're uncomfortable or unwilling to talk about death. Even so the concept is clearly struck a nerve Boston-based, professional organizer Reeb. Becker added Swedish death cleaning to her list of services after reading magazines book. She said by Email, I've worked with so many relatives of people who never streamlined. Their belongings, only to leave a massive amount of stuff to the unfortunate next generation. Author and motivational speaker, BJ Gallagher has been on the receiving end of this accumulated stuff, not once or twice, but three times in the last eight years. One of those homes was her mother's residence where she lived for four decades Gallagher said by Email along the way, I decided I wanted to start liquidating my own estate before I become elderly and, or incapacitated, because I don't want my son to have the same headache dealing with my household at the end of my life. I decided that the greatest gift, I can give my son is the gift of no burden. So that's what I've been doing the past couple of years long before I ever heard the term Swedish death cleaning. First on the chopping block was her art clothes jewellery because they all have significant value aren't simple curbside donations. She said, I've used EBay and social media to sell these items with great success. I mean thirty thousand dollars last year selling my clothes, jewelry, and art, and it feels so great to lighten up and clear out space, my closets. And in the rooms of my house. Although it might seem like an awkward conversation to have the irony is that streamlining personal belongings? During those golden years, actually improves the quality of life. Beker said some people feel squeamish about the idea that they're essentially preparing their personal environment for their eventual death. But it makes so much sense. And once completed the person who chooses to do Swedish death cleaning could enjoy a simpler life surrounded only by the things they truly need or love. Still, it can be a difficult topic to broach with a loved one as no one wants to imply that grandma or mom has one foot in the grave. So if you think the person in question might be somewhat rightfully put off by the phrase death cleaning take a different approach. We also spoke by Email with Julie best Trie a Chattanooga, Tennessee based professional organizer. She said when people contact me about their parents wanting to suggest downsizing for them. I always encourage them to position it from the perspective of how old prove their parents lives now rather than their families or children's lives later accent. How a less cluttered environment means, there are fewer things to dust vacuum or make space to store, perhaps bench and a friend, whose parent had excess and fell breaking a hip and recuperating at home wasn't possible, because the cluttered spaces left little room to move about with a Walker. Once your loved ones are on board with a full house declutter you can offer to lend a hand on a gradual basis or use the services of a professional organizer. Then start slowly Beker said my client chooses the room that's bugging them the most we handle every item while the client makes decisions. And then we move onto the next room this process may sound time consuming, but we can often complete an entire room in two to four hours. Here are a few other tips for successful death cleaning from professional organizers, I dispose of anything that could be hurtful or embarrassing, I can say from personal experience cleaning out family members homes, that finding a loved one sex aids is awkward, then bring other friends or relatives in on the action. Ask them, what items of value, they want and write it down or note it in the will this will limit hurt feelings and fighting after your loved one is passed on. They may even decide to distribute the items before, passing and finally consider packing throwaway box items that can't be parted with four sentimental reasons, but that no one else will how to use for. When all of a sudden done few people are likely to feel that they've lost anything other than a cloud hanging over their head Beker, said, clients are always relieved to have thinned, the heard they actually feel a lightness that they may have never experienced before as I like to say it's only stuff. This episode was written by Aaliyah, white and produced by Tyler clang brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's, how stuff works for more on this, and lots of other neat topics. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com and for more podcasts from iheart radio is iheartradio app, apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Hi, I'm Chelsea handler. And I'm launching a brand new podcast with iheartradio called life will be the death of me. And I'm gonna talk to all these different people, my BFF Mary McCormack. That's what we should call. My book tour the apology for great idea. Sorry. Everyone on this whole podcast should be called. It should be called with the orange because of the orange theme of the book Archie. Glad I went to therapy. Life will be the death of me with. Chelsea handler listening subscribe at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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"reeb" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"reeb" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"People like you have to give yourself time like this isn't, it's a sign overnight thing like think of all the time, it took to destroy our life and get addicted and you know what I mean took ears like from the beginning. So it's gonna take a little time the better and a little time to feel better. And you know, like now I went back to school of job. I just got my aestheticians license, which is something I tried to do when I first started using heroin, and I had to leave school four times. Now, now, and I just I can't wait to see the future and how much better it gets from here because it's only been two years. Imagine another two years from now. But it took time it took a lot of time. I can imagine. I think in the midst of this nobody thinks they can get their life back. You know. And that's why I think it's so important, we, we both feel so important for us to talk about this because it's possible wasn't easy by any stretch in the machination. And she, I didn't like I started to see her come back little by little it wasn't like oh, she stopped? She got she was herself. Again. No, she had a lot of trauma work throw in this is two years later. I mean now I would say probably took like a year before you were like really starting to be yourself again. Or who I know now the person I know now it takes time and that's you know, that's been the beautiful thing about this is she was given that, that safety net to work on herself. Because you can't imagine all the trauma somebody goes through, and then as you're trying to work through that your first reaction is to go back to, to doing the thing that numbs all those feelings because that's what you've been doing. Yes. Exactly. Right. And it's still for you guys. I'm sure it's still a daily struggle like Katie. Is it something that you're actively thinking about and working on like every day? You're like, you know, this is something that's important to me. I need to improve myself, I needed make sure I get my vich all those things is that still an active battle for you. A little bit. Yeah. But I do I do things too. Keep myself on the right track. I like right down goals and stuff and. You know, I play the it's called playing the team through, like what would happen if I decided to pick up a drink today, are, what would happen if I did anything go get my shot, you know, potentially I could be fine or things get really bad really quickly. I could I'm the type of attic, that once I start using three days later, I'm homeless again. So it's very quick for me, and it's just not something I'm even interested in going through again. And I don't want I want to see my life, get better. And I just keep that in my mind now like getting addicted get kind of getting your life me better being your best self and being healthy and happy because remember what's what, what do you want, like it was always asked then Reeb? And I just wanted to be happy or quote unquote, normal, I know no one's normal. But I just wanted to live a normal life that I live now that's all I ever wanted.

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"reeb" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"reeb" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"You know, he's he's pitched in nine ten games. He's given up at least one run in six of those. And let's face it. He lives in dies with his cutter which three years ago was unhittable last year. It became a little hit -able particularly in the playoffs. And now it is hit -able. Although, you know, the weird thing about kenley is in a one run game. He's different than he is in a three run game. We'll give a three on home. He gave up three run Homer yesterday. But Greg do you agree with this? I do and the game is close. He's more. Or likely to have a classically don't why don't disagree with him throwing strikes in with a five run lead. Right. Yeah. But the problem is not with two runners. Two. I mean, if there aren't too runners on just for strikes, but with the tying run at the plate. That's not the time to give a Jack. All right guide. That's weird Kimble's just sitting there. Yeah. It is. But I think in both of those cases now kaikal is come down. He says he'll do it for one year seventeen point nine which is the qualifying offer keep people under the tax to and Kimbrell is still holding out. See, here's here's what kimbrough's counting on something. Okay. Can tenders bullpen to roll this chap right then kimbrel or something happens to hate her. Or something happens to. Who's the Yankees set guy? Now. Throws undermine Dylan Batanes, Geno, where where did the guy that was on the cubs? The dodgers signed like anything of his name. Not aroldis Chapman the dodger. Yeah show. Yeah. Okay. So if he goes down, correct? Yeah. Yeah. That's that's where I think Kimble's, but I think actually kimbrel smart to be playing chess. He's going to go. Yeah. And well, but but is he can you be ready to go? If you have no spring training lease thrown everyday. So Dallas kaikal thrown bullpen. Everybody says there's no substitute for live hitters. So does that not true? I mean, they if they would have to send him to Reeb sinement. Oh, you might send him down for a few starts. Yeah. Yeah. But I read that said you send him down for two to three weeks two to three weeks to get ready because those poison leaguers because neither one of those guys had a spring training. Yeah. There's poor minor leaguers say will never know what hit him if they face Kyle. What I'm on record? As saying Russell Westbrook is my favorite player. That's becoming a harder position to defend. And it's not just on the court. We'll get into that in a minute. Mason in Ireland ESPN LA..

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"reeb" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"reeb" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Your microphone. Just like I'm doing now. Green fast is a big deal every year in isn't this your tenth annual? It is. Yeah. Over downtown Summerlin. So we're thankful and grateful that we're being hosted once again by downtown linen, Howard Hughes. I'll tear you downtown Summerlin could more stuff be happening. There there's crazy, but it's such a great place. Yes. We got the Golden Knights still in the NHL playoffs. So things are still going on city national arena. We had the brand new Las Vegas ballpark. Aviators David this month. Yes. Green fast is happening on Easter weekend this year, and there's going to be an Easter egg hunt downtown Summerlin doing in conjunction with Greenfield's. So it's going to be a lot of fun activities for children and family to come out and enjoy the day. Green fast Reeb charge right free admission. Yes. Ten to five so all day event is April twentieth. And there's also the farmers market that happens every Saturday as well. So attendees can come and do their shopping for healthy produce and then make their way through green fest for all the fun and exciting exhibitors, we have nearly one hundred exhibiting products services information education about the variety of sustain. Ability, topics. Green alliance actually started as Nevada energy star partners in two thousand one two thousand two thousand one. Yes. Organizations nearly twenty years, and it's grown from just that one mission to encompassing. Everything in the community for sustainability for resiliency. How do you live in the desert at that's the fun part might bring all of that together. Green fast, the common. Learn something new maybe they're super green in one area. But they're interested in their next vehicle being an electric vehicle hybrid or plug in hybrid. Or maybe they just wanted to learn how to grow their own gardens. So they have sustainability in their own home as far as healthy foods, everything that you can imagine under the sun that has to do with becoming sustainable. It's going to be there Greenfield's, and it's all free and lots of things for the kid emissions free. They'll be something that will be charged but beer. Addition to buying your own beer and buying your own food and everything else being free. You don't want to forget we have Raffelson's. So be sure and come and see us at our reliance booth. I'll be selling raffle tickets as.

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"reeb" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"reeb" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Happen here. The second American civil war doesn't sound like a crazy distant possibility to me. I'm Robert Evans, and it's my job to help. You see what I see? Welcome to it could happen here a podcast where every season. I take some fantastic unlikely scenario. Explain how. It could happen white might be closer than you think. And how it will look win. Or if it comes. Simone on the voice of New York w o r. Everyone shocked stunned Jesse small at what kind of funny business was gone on. There. Lionel is going to be with us in a second. We're looking for me say a former prosecutor besides TV and radio and all that attorney former prosecutor Lionel how you doing. Great. Can I tell you? What bugs me the most about the smaller case number one in order of what gets me, Barbara. Prosecutors. I call you live from the nation's capital as the cherry blossoms are beginning to bloom. Can I tell you what gets me the most? Yeah. There was a grand jury that was impaneled a grand jury that means that. Reeb Cook County citizens sat listen to the charges. Listen to the case as presented by the prosecutor. And of course, you know, the line a prosecutor could indict a ham sandwich. At who said that the great yours, Saul walked ler. Oh, but but what happened was because they've already been impaneled what he. I'm going to override a grand jury. Now, if they had not been impaneled it was based upon just an arrest or at your Rex file by the office. Then she could have claimed you know, we looked at our witnesses and each to Nigerians quite believe we're born in Chicago. But something happened, which we'd rather not yourself do something that could prove embarrassing someone of Justice. We're going to drop it. But since the grand jury, we turn sixteen cows a true Bill even have to explain to those people why they're hard work was overturned is that really fishy. Second point is if she wanted to make it look legit. She would have said you're gonna sit out where did they do a deferred prosecution? Pretrial intervention every jurisdiction has it. You're going to pretend like super secret double probation. You're having to sit out we'll drop the charges later. What she did was she sold her soul and any chance of a future in politics because she gave it to the the win the fancy of the Obama had people now as a former prosecutor will you look at this. There's no way unearth, the fix wasn't in the sudden change was absolutely. Well, whatever the fixed like it was so blatant. So sloppy almost every member as gore Vidal says I'm not a conspiracy theories on the conspiracy analyst what was they almost wanted to signal to the world. We don't want you to Saint we're under the table. We wanted this to be blatant. Now, you said something how would it be no ABS CBN, obstruction of Justice charge? If there's no crying not to deflate that idea. But sometimes if you interfere with. The process of something that's being investigated. Even though no crime is ever charge. You could be obstructing something. Now. Now, I know you could. But if you've got in front of a jury, they're not gonna you, of course. No. Of course, not. Here's the also the USA, very good point. Could this have been an attempt by deep state by whatever it is to or could they have done this to flown off the precautions and there and the reaction to the molar report. The only way that happens is if they don't understand how this thing works. Nothing that would have galvanized the Democrats more just feel that they were the subject of a wrongdoing. That's the bad guy got away. It would actually hurt their caught. Now. The next point. I want to say why did Jesse smaller case people say why how did this happen? Nineteen eighty whatever Brawley people jumped on and glommed onto that case before the internet. It represented something that had nothing to do with the fact Jesse small it had nothing to do with the fact it was a story that was so preposterous. But that's not why was there. People forget how this thing works stages jumped on it. But the bottom line is we have been told Muller told us everybody is told us that process crimes are just as important that when you lie to law enforcement. Right. Popadopoulos gauge, everyone general Flynn sure, they weren't involved in Russian collusion pure. They weren't involved in the actual basis for that which they were investigated. What would you lie to the police? What you why did the government? It is a a section. Tightly team USC one thousand one twelve that's what this is this is the process crime and the final point. Emmanuel is sending a message to his old Obama cronies. I'm splitting from you. I just kept my mouth shut, but he wants to to establish himself as being the on Obama. There's trouble in paradise riper. No now, Jesse small that's lawyers suing wouldn't that be the dumbest thing he could do. Please do. Discovery Mr. smaller. Do you swear to tell the truth the whole truth? Good shit down. I want to ask you a question under oath. And if you don't testify in discovery, you throw your case out that doesn't make any sense. What also is ridiculous to me is why the name God would they ever even appear? Mark. I would have been out the back door so fast. You would have never seen me. It have just happened and moved on and that sort of thing. So that doesn't make any sense whatsoever. Why they would even do this. Now the question is what did it to quote Nigerians? What happens to them like Jesse could just see sued them, even better. Please discovery witness state your name. Jussie smollet. Check you wrote Jerry to sue. He will be hosted by his own petard. What do these people say? They what do you have to do? Oh. And here's the best line from the prosecutor's office. Yes. She did recuse herself. But not in the classical. What do we mean? Well, actually, she came in more. If if you try even a man, Mr. New York, oh, man. Who is so well connected. It's frightening. You all your own deep state got in trouble and you called up. Let's say, let's not say names. I can't remember the side. Then if you called upside is there, listen side. Can you get my friend out of a little bit of a jam with the NYPD would click the phone stove fast. I don't know you. I don't wanna talk to you. Absolutely cuter. So when you call six shooter to initially intervene active, Chicago, PD case, it defies, all logic. I it I mean, you wouldn't do that to Tina FOX you wouldn't put him in that position unless the place is so rich at so corrupt. No rules apply. Lionel what are you doing in Washington? I can't tell you. Oh, secret business government business. But watch Lionel, of course, on YouTube big YouTube star Lionel nation that YouTube follow Lionel on Twitter. And I bet if we check your Facebook or Twitter a few days, we'll find out what you were doing their best one. Yes. But the best question is what happens with Garrett goes. That's the one. What about this connects you win next him? What's that all about and the day before he started over Jesse spa day before they dropped the charge? What is that about? That's the case. I wanna know about we'll get to that. Next time. Lionel thanks for being with us. Take care. Thank you. Right. Everybody. Check out the web pages some great video up there today. You know, this whole Donald Trump battle with McCain. What exactly did McCain Duda? Donald Trump to get him. So mad. Here's the video. Where Trump explains why he's so mad at McCain. Oh, also watches Chris Farley makes the greatest entrance ever on television show.

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"reeb" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"reeb" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Heavenly handled by hobby. Your castellano. That was Torian read very well. For Kelly brain to be second. You had. A threat of blue just to suggest that Kieran. Join us tomorrow. He's tied up today. But a threat of blue. Didn't have to have the leader that an interesting development. I if he's going to be if he's going to be rateable to that extent. He's going to he's going to be tough terrific effort by our friend. Leeann ciders CASA creed. And a little bit more forwardly placed wasn't left with as much to do and chased threat of blue home. So nice effort there MS second start of the year. He's going to be a. He's going to be fun for Lee and Bill Maher for the summer Motte for Bill Schettino. The home bred the Shakespeare gelding cramps. Mild enough upset be choke. Breaking the rules. I was trying to get him Reeb. I thought maybe see 'em rea- at a price was going to be able to. Tiptoe around. That wasn't the case I mentioned recruiting ready. The win for Stanley. Huff sag Amore Staley's got an appointment this morning catch up with him tomorrow. Global campaign did grab a quarter. So he's going to take some time. And I frankly, I think Stanley's just as happy to have that development unfold. The way did Jimmy jerkins. Holy Elena who we fully expected in in the very one. Then there was those maiden performances identifier. Who you knew was going to break his bayton some point. But he did it on Saturday for the Varo and Geffen needed partners. He was very solid just get a win around. And nobody really. Really challenged read, very, even fractions and that. But several Nita for mckell Yata coffin Olympia star back on the grass at a winner. Let's take a break. We'll come back. Get the rest of the weekend. News before we start talking to winning connections..

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"reeb" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"reeb" Discussed on The Changelog

"Learn you, I design and how is the ultimate on Reeb for upcoming designers. Talk about tactical design advice for developers that comes with some pre notion that you're smart, and you can actually give advice. So Eric help us understand what tattoo advice might look like for developers. Yes. So I guess I'll talk about this by means of a little bit of back story here. So when I was in college at programs for the very first time, I loved it. I was just amazed that I'd never stumbled upon programming before. And I decided I was going to switch my major to software engineering. And and I did and it was going great. And then I got a couple developer internships and writing production level code for a medium size business. I realized was nothing at all. Like kind of all the side projects I had been doing, and it was just like, you know, someone who enjoys say fixing your own motorcycle, or whatever if you really enjoy that. It doesn't mean you're going to like other things that involve like mechanical systems like, you know, installing the h vac. I guy scraper. This is a totally different scale thing. And that's kind of how I felt with with programming as I'd I'd loved it so much just doing these personal side projects or like little things where I could just sit down and Bank something out, you know, come up with the idea at noon and finish at three AM. And then I started thinking, okay, I like, I really do like tech. But what else is around here, and I kind of stumbled my way towards design. I'd done a little bit of you ex design work in school, and some Microsoft, and so I said, you know, what I'm going to try my hand at being a designer. Okay. I'm gonna and I'm going to be a freelance you X designer. I'm going to go freelance. So I can get this wide variety of experience as quickly as possible. And we'll just kinda see where things go maybe I'll end up landing on a cool company. And so no sooner had I started doing this. Then it became clear that for most people who wanna hire you X designer especially just a lot of the smaller companies startups, just the people who are hiring a freelancer. Who's just starting out who doesn't have a ton of experience. You know, you go, and you do the typical U X deliverables things like wire frames of the whole site or you talk to some users and do a little user research report or use them villainy studies, and that's not necessarily the most satisfying thing for them because it doesn't.

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"reeb" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"reeb" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"And how that works and the business in specific kind of way in the years before you started Pulp Fiction and started to get the leads in some films was their absolute certitude that it was going to happen. It's just a matter of when or when my mind or in your in the reality of the world in your mind. Up to a point. Yes. Because I mean, I was around L around win. You know, Morgan get plucked out of the public data to go and he did street smart and chalky took off. I was doing soldiers play with Denzel when he started doing saying elsewhere, and then the carbon copy she took off other out fish. He took off, you know, doing whatever he did around Wesley. I was around. I was around L free. So yes, I was in the right place. Yeah. It just one my time. And I could figure out what my time was like everybody else, you know, you can wait for your time. And then you get anxious for your time. And then you start figuring shit is my time ever coming. And by the time. Forget about, you know, movie stardom and all that other stuff and got Sobers kinda win. It happened to connect the two or do you think it's happens because you've talked about how even when you were abusing stuff you are still responsible working yet. I can it success to sobriety. I think so. Yeah. In a very real kind of way. Gator. Interestingly enough, you know, doing jungle fever that was the first character I ever done without a substance in my body. And all of a sudden, you know, I'm being recognized as all my God this guy can at and I thought that before. But like, my wife always said, well, yeah, you can add. But there's no substance to that. Because you're watching people's reaction to what you do. You're smart enough to have the right facial expression and the right focal inflection, but there's no soul in that. And I guess when I did gator. I was I was essentially trying to kill off that person that I had been, you know, before I got that part. I was I was so much him in reality that when I showed up to go to work, the guys who the guards onset wouldn't let me new craft service because they thought I was just somebody off the street Carl. So we were that that role was going to lead back down a dark path because that's not necessarily probably out of the guy was I wouldn't it never occurred to me it that was going to be dealing crack pipes, and and lighters. All your triggers are going to kick in. And it's like, no, I hate you guys. I don't wanna come back here at the The one. That's you you know, know. people I've met in rehab in rehab with three or four good time. I was like. How do you come back? Hang out with these people want to see them again incentive to see what your around get out of. This people will like, you know, half of them were they trying to figure out getting clean up to go back and do their jobs. And, you know, remember seeing, you know, women they who husbands were there with the kids and their wives. You told your dad on the road guys. Like you've been in rehab six fucking times hate you. Yes. I'm just here. Because kids have divorced in your as fuck you about, you know. So I'm looking Reeb like say someplace you wanna keep coming back and forth to. Yeah. So do everything I can stay out of here. And I was fortunate when I got out that I got clean in Harlem. I was up there. You know, talking to people. Yeah, I smoked cocaine but shit I was around like hardcore junkies and crackheads that I was around. I was out take care of myself. What house cranky I had a job paid for my cocaine. I go to the aid go to the ATM and get money. I put money into bay. I pay my rent. I wouldn't sell them the TV's the radios in the house, none of this shit. But you know, you sitting up there talking to people or listening to stories about people that stole the kids for Christmas presents and sold them until the kids with bad so Senate and come see, you know, or, you know, the girl that's in there going will go I wanted to rock because..

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"reeb" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"reeb" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"But you know, I was I was fucking dying neither day because someone like Reeb that that video. It's it's it's it's it's DJ lad interviewing soldier. Yeah. The door. How 'bout talking about like just running outside and just shooting? This guys like murdering his guys. Oh, I guess this is like some guys like roll roll up in this you watch. Yeah. We roll it like with ski masks and try to rob them. And then like he he claims that he just like shoots six he's like and take the mask off. And I'm like, wow, DJ you recognize the guy, and he's just sort of shrug. And he's like oh. So there's an inside job. And he's like oh look at him again. Then I just. A man and he's like I looked at him. Just shoot him. Execution-style? Yeah. This is great. What happened previous to that robbery? In terms of where you work because it was like an album release over basically. Tell me what you heard. Are were album release party, you're at your house and between three and sixty with masks came in with a K forty cents. Basically. Like he's seeing what he heard and just approved. He's like all right. That's pretty good. Elite work team of a fire team of six guys with AK47.'s, and I fought them off. Yeah. He was like making sure it wasn't like a lame verse. Relations. Also, wait where did Vlad here? This from. Just bought this club. And then call x caliber you bought a club? Okay, owners club and Atlanta, call club caliber body was always list by auto.

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"reeb" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"reeb" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Preckwinkle is also catching some flack as her administration hired Burks son to a nearly one hundred thousand dollar a year county job in two thousand fourteen to Chicago police officers earn injured early this morning WGN's. Roger badesch with that. That happened. One driver crashed into their squad car in the park neighborhood and the thirty two hundred block of western park black Honda Accord driving. Southbound Spalding crashed into the officer's car. Male driver of the Honda left the scene on foot. Twenty five year old female passenger treated a hospital for facial injuries. One officer possibly had broken ribs. The other has neck pain. Roger badesch WGN news. Russia's deputy. Foreign minister is brushing off suggestions that an American being held in Moscow on suspicion of spying could be exchanged for a Russian Paul Whalen who also holds Canadian British and Irish citizens. Ship was detained last month. His arrest was has led to speculation that Russia could be using him as a pawn to exchange for Maria boot, Tina, the Russian who pleaded guilty last month to acting as a foreign agent in the US, but deputy foreign minister Sergei Reeb cough said today that discussing that issue would be premature because Waylon hasn't been formally charged. According to Russian news agencies polish firefighters are blaming substandard electrical wiring and lax security at an escape room for a fire which killed five teenage girls and hurt a one, man. The bodies of the fifteen year old victims were found yesterday in northern Poland after firefighters put out the flames and in an adjacent room. A sixty eight is the probable cause of death. The escape room game has players locked inside a room or building. And they have to find clues that helped them get out and police officers in Canadian city. We're delighted to report zero roadside busts for drunk driving on New Year's Eve series the second largest city in British Columbia with population of around half a million Vancouver Vancouver. The biggest with one hundred thousand more the Royal Canadian mountain police of Surrey had several road. Stop set up across the city and even with Breathalyzer hundreds of drivers, no one had a blood alcohol content over the.

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"reeb" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"reeb" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"I'm glad they got beat. I'm glad. Third or fourth place team in the SEC west LSU beat them. And I'm glad because what I want to say to them is take you championship rings and stick them. If you wanna play for the championship with with the single largest university in the country in terms of student enrollment in a single campus sixty one thousand at central Florida, then join the ACC join a real conference go ahead and compete, and then you can play your way. And so I'm glad they lost the Rose Bowl game. I'm sick of urban Meyer. A man of character, something new public lawyer devoid of character. I don't care about the glorification of urban Meyer. He's a great football coach. He's a whole I'm not arguing that. Of course. He's a great football coach, he has no character. So the glorification of him on television. Doesn't interest me at all what interested me? Actually was in the two games that I sort of paid attention to. I couldn't stay up to the end of the Georgia game. The teams that were down by three touchdowns. They came back. They had on site kick opportunity. The huskies were surprising kick opportunities. Well, that's that is part of my Reeb. Another part of the wrinkles have. I think you you have very simply stated my feeling I felt this for some reason for this bowl season in particular to me has just felt like just nothing. I mean, there's no interest in it. And I have I have not been a huge proponent of expand playoffs expand playoffs. And especially the way the first round tariffs went terrible. But those games felt like they mattered. And none of these games mannered. I'll say this to your point Jean about Georgia had Georgia been playing in a I don't know how you would do a sixteen. But if Georgia was playing in a playoff game that mattered, and I'm not saying any case with three losses. They don't. But you probably would have seen a different Georgia team. I mean, they just seem completely not tetris Maryland to Merrill, was hard to talk about how long that season is. I'm her maid must be pretty lost, Maryland beating George Georgia. just game. But, but I think it's like it's just there's no reason to watch any of these games now for team like Texas apparently that getting back to that ten win. Mark was maybe a huge motivating factor in Texas. Great and energized by the wind, and maybe that helps launch a program. So from inside of a program certainly there meaningful, but from a fan standpoint, there's just there's nothing other thing too. Is that you have Alabama. And Clemson sitting these behemoth at the top your it's like, no matter what these other teams do. That's what's going to count that game in his long as those two teams are so dominant. I can't see any good game western wall. We'll get the Bill is a lot of good football. And I usually like it. I just I didn't I could not give my heart to it. Because I knew that it didn't really matter. Did you didn't really matter? Part of the problem is it's interesting you're looking at this top down on the top named bowl games and the top tier teams. And then seeing the trickle down. I'm looking at it from the other angle, which is how many weeks have we had these games going on now? And what does it mean when you have that nothing named alward really is just so that the ban mower guest for the boosters for the alumni association. It's for recruiting purposes everyone's making money, except you're just being coerced or tricked into washing nuts on TV and whether be two to three weeks later when you're when you're seeing those behemoths, and there is no I think I'm wondering, and we'll talk about this closer to it. I'm wondering if if America not in great numbers, but will turn away a little bit from Clemson and Alabama thinking it's a regional game, man. For yesterday as you spend this emotional energy as a fan on those actual playoff games. And then you come back New Year's day. Like, oh, yeah. There's more football. I forgot about that. But it's like the poll they need to play. These cannot have any games after the semi finals you need to sketch. So the semi finals are today. And then next week is the finest is the NFL playing the Pro Bowl between between the conference championship and the two this don't do it..

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Audio Drama

Covert Nerd Podcast

08:55 min | 3 years ago

Audio Drama

"Today. We're going to look at an audio drama for marvel then we'll go old school and visit a comic from ancient Rome in the late sixties. So let's get in and out. The long night podcast is an audio drama based on the marvel character will rain, I hope they do more of these in the future this podcast came out. I think only a few months ago and shortly after I wrote this it was announced that they would do a second season called Marvel's wolverine. The loss trail being in the audio world. I know this type of storytelling can be just as difficult to make as a comic book. Now. Don't get me wrong. Both are great. And they tell a story, but they're both taxing on their creators. I've listened to many old time radio broadcasts. And that's how this podcast is done. And they're fun to listen to if you haven't listened to any of those old audio dramas, I suggest you do it on clued Lincoln the show notes to some old audio drama. People have posted on archive dot org. Audio has the good and bad benefit of not being a complete medium the difference between a TV show, and the audio drama is not everything is thrown at you. When you watch something on a screen, you're giving both. Visual and the audio. Your brain doesn't have to fill in any of the gaps with audio your brain has to draw the pictures of the scenes that the characters is scenes and the characters for you based upon what you hear and what your mind can conjure in the podcast in world the fiction genre has seen an increase in popularity in the last year. I believe this will continue to be the case over the next few years. Now, it assume that you're a fan of audio because you're listening right now, it's a personal medium. And what I mean is it's not something you typically listen to as a group. It's your player of choice in a pair of ear buds the tests on how good a podcast or audio book is is when you're listening in the car in it prevents you from getting out if it does then that's a good podcast or audio book or audio drama, whatever you wanna call it. I wanna take you back in the way back machine to the late nineties. I listened to a lot of books on tape back then because back then the word. No podcasts you had to rewind. If the previous person didn't and the portable tape player used just seem to go through AA battery so fast. I'm sounding like an old man yelling at kids get off my lawn. But anyway, fast forward to today and the effort to listen to audio like most things is almost friction lists. You can listen to whatever you want whenever you want. It's not like radio where you have to listen to whatever they want you to listen to also the barrier of entry to produce podcasts or audiobooks is much easier than it used to be. I'm not saying either as easy the -bility to get your product to the consumers relatively easy compared to ten years ago. Just like in previous episodes. I've talked about the barrier of entry as lower which is a good thing for all of us in my opinion. If you like a particular podcast, please let them know. Sometimes we as podcasters wondering. Hello, hello. Is anyone listening all the podcasters? I've talked to and listened to they all. All one hundred percent agree that when they get an Email from a listener, it gives them a huge boost. It helps them be more excited for the next episode. I think this would be a good idea for most of the things that we consume whether it's a blog post or a simple piece of digital art. Let the creator. No that you like it. It doesn't have to be lengthy a simple. Good job. Keep up the good work. We'll do wonders for creators morale. And that's why I try to do as many shoutouts to the people who contact who make contact with me. I hope you will give them a look in get some value from them, and let them know that they are putting out good content. Now, it's comic book review time, and I have two great books. I think you'll enjoy the first one is Britannia from valiant. And here's the solicit ruled by the fates manipulated by the gods commanded by Caesar in the year, sixty five AD one's destiny was not his own at the height of Niro's rain veteran Roman imperial warm. Sheen has been dispatched to the farthest reaches of the colonies to investigate unnatural happenings in the remote outpost of Britannia and Taina sacks. Yeah. The first detective will become Rome's only hope to reassert control over the empire's most barbaric frontier and keep the monsters that bridge the line between myth and mystery at bay. This is the first of three volumes released as of this recording in all three are fabulous in my opinion. Peter Milligan keeps the dialogue moving along nicely. He's the writer and also keeps you wondering about who did it until the very last page, then the art by one Jose Reeb goes into such detail and seems to get the period piece correctly. He's meticulous about every single little detail, for example on one page. We see our hero and Thomas walking down the streets as he and he draws the details of each street vendor down to the apples and carrots, and strawberries that they're selling as I mentioned. Inde the veteran. Legionnaire Taina's AXA axiom is a detective who has hesitantly working for the mad Imber Nero. I guess to sum it up. It's imagined Sherlock Holmes being thrust back into Roman times to solve crimes for the empire. When I first saw the solicit last year, I just really wasn't interested. But then I saw it again about a month ago. And I couldn't stop reading all three volumes. If you're a Roman history fan, you'll love it. If you're not you will still appreciate the art. And the amazing story that they've put together now side note, if you want to hear a great Roman history podcast the history of Rome by Mike Duncan is amazing. It's an older one. But it's still a great podcast might goes out of his way to get everything as accurate as possible. He starts with the founding of Rome by Romulus and Rimas and ends with the last western emperor, enforce seventy two AD. It's a fantastic simple way. To learn about Roman history. And I will include linked to the history of Rome podcast in the show notes. The second comic. I wanna talk about is the secret six which first appeared during the initial teams seven issue title secret, six from may nineteen sixty eight to may nineteen sixty-nine. Unusually the premiere issue story began on the cover and continued on the interior page. One this strike team of covert operatives. Consisted of August. Durant? Lili de never Carlo Duran's a Mike tempest crimson, dawn and king savage. Now, the second comic I wanted to talk about was called the secret six by DC comics, the first appeared during the initial tee teams seven issue run titled the secret six for may nineteen sixty eight to may nineteen sixty nine Carl Smith friend of the show who's a writer with the patriot. By the way, include a link to his patriot in the show notes. Checkout had mentioned the secret six a long time ago. I decided to check it out. I like the simplicity of the. Retelling? There's not a whole lot of complicated characters and in depth storylines. Basically the team has given an assignment, and they are tasked by completing the assignment one story is to recover the stolen jewels. Another is to seal steal some plans for secret jet before the communist, get them. Sometimes a personally wants to read a simple action issue and be done with it. We don't need a whole lot more. Like all teams though, each member has their own set of set of skills and abilities in which there are six of them. Hence the secret six title. This allows a story to us each member to complete their missing mission. Although the title is fifty years old. I still like the storytelling the fact that it is fifty years old as part of the fun. You can tell it was written at the height of the Cold War because the reader hears the word Kami multiple times. And it's a it's a product of its time. Also, the old stew school ads are interesting and funny like the two man submarine for only six dollars and ninety cents or. Selling greeting cards for amazing prices and own clued. The pictures of some of these ads in the show notes. I'm guarantee you most of you out there will recognize him. If you read any comics from even the eighties. A lot of these ads were still in now, she number one. They started the story on the cover which is a unique thing to do. And I'll try to include a picture of that in the show notes as well. But check it out. It's it's difficult to find. But it is still out there. I think they've collected them into a trade paperback, but I would strongly recommend just taking a look at it. It's a it's a good fun throwback to the

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