21 Burst results for "Reichert"
"reichert" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"That had a cloth impression into the mud of the ball of mud on the rue on the ball and so rather than lose it. I took photographs of it. I didn't want to try to plaster casts because that's what we did back then out in the in the field. I packaged it. All up hoisted it up. Put it in the back of the truck and took it to the property room and they were going. What the hell do we do with you. Know tree stopped. But my thing is i. I'm taking anything that i can take that i think's going to solve this case and I'm i'm taking tree. Some probably gone by now. But i mean i had boxes of wet earth like you know like fudge type thick that i packaged up and put him into these cardboard boxes and then waited till they dried out so we could go system because you. You just couldn't do it. We collected Bird's nest so we can get get harrison fibers from the bird's nest that were nearby body sites so taken human hair and fibers. They're building their nests. We went through those who met through. Birds-nests i searched. The one of the scenes followed a small animal. Burrowing hole and found a petrified fingertip in this whole that was what we identified her with at another senior about the only piece of bone that we found was a kneecap that had a fracture in it. We happen to have the medical records of one of the missing girls. She happened to have a broken kneecap. We had the x ray and matched that x ray with the kneecap that we found at the scene. At another site always found was a skull. an- anna femur a tree scout finds a femur in the woods. Way up in the cascades up a logging road and I get the call. Everybody else is busy. Medical examiner says dave. Just go up there. Take a look at the famer. By that time. I could identify human bones from just about anything even if they're chewed off at the ends by animals We were very similar to to the structure of bare bare bones especially in the finger areas. A deer bones can look a lot like our l. our our bones But they're also some differences there. If you you know you're trade you can pick that up. So i went out. I looked at this bone. I said it's definitely human would call the medical examiner. He met me out. There went up in the woods. Were walking around. and we. I mean this is a needle in a haystack. Where the middle of the north or the you know the central cascade mountains looking for a bone and at about that moment the this true story the clouds part. The sun comes through the canopy of the trees lands on a tree stump. That's about ten feet..
"reichert" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Later he he ends up writing a letter to us while we're investigating green river case and we'll get into that in just a little bit but i just want to set the stage is that this is something that seattle dealt with you guys were gripped with because he ended up going to utah and colorado and eventually florida and was eventually obviously executed in florida. And that's where. We'll talk about your trip to florida because ted bundy but let's let's stop here because now what we wanna do is thing. Your life has already been affected in several ways. But it's about to change forever and that starts not just about a month after your sam hicks was killed so now we're preparing for what is going to become the biggest case in the united states for years until we get to samuel little but at that time this case will have had the most bodies associated with a of killing case and it all started actually a week before you got the first call at this thing started. You had just buried your partner. Sam he was he was killed. June twenty-fourth nineteen eighty two and less less than two weeks three weeks after that is the first body that starts this all and it's wendy cowfield sixteen years old and she was found in the green river. But this was this case was actually found and worked originally buy was. It can't yes so so they've got this first case obviously with the first body. Nobody knows that we've got. We're starting this whole series of things but you come into this less than a month later as well to or about a month later right. So this is july fifteenth july twelfth or august twelfth. You get a call to go to the meat packing company and you and the first body you come across is debra lynn bonner. Let's let's talk a little bit about that about who when you showed up on the site was any of this in the back of your mind at that time..
"reichert" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Mr dave reichert. Thank you well. i don't know about that. We were just busting each before the started. Because you're making fun of steve van just a typical fed. Da actually steve steve. One threat. i've noticed is between all the great cases and the people were talking to. There's one common thing and sheriff you'll you'll you'll pick up on this and agree with this. Everybody started off in law enforcement as a street cop. You see a lot of these cases where they they learn the road. They learned the ropes. They learned what it was like to actually be on the receiving end and the best agents i ever worked with whether it was a task force or anything else where people who started their time off working on city your county police department or sheriff's office because they understood what it was like to be in that position. What do you think. Well i agree with you and actually that's the best part of the entire job you know and i guess all of us look back on our career if i were to go back today even in today's environment i want to go back to work the street. It's as this where i had. The most fun made the most connection to the community and you know have the closest partnerships and friendships You know with the sheriff's office and and other police departments you do those and you know unless you've been in this occupation And what i tell people you know we get a lot of comments from young people. Say oh you know. Reg book assault markaz. Did this did that. You've inspire me to join law enforcement. What's your advice first. Piece of advice is don't ever look at this as a job. This has been. This will become a lifestyle if your professional and you do the job right. It affects everything in your life. It will affect your family. You know sorry to say that you know. I know my priorities should be god family and then the job but my priorities were completely opposite. Seemed like the job always came first but you know the good lord gave me the ability to do the job so he still gets credit. Yup absolutely one hundred percent in agreement and the other thing that It does become a lifestyle But i i really. And i know the both of you did too because we've talked a little before it's really a calling You sort of feel it That the you know that this is what i wanna do and when you get there you're going yes i mean. This is definitely what i was called to do and If you don't feel that within your first year or so then And i've seen a lot of people do that kind of move on saying yeah. You know it's a good job. It's not really for me and that's the thing. They called it a job as i never looked at it as a job for me. It was you're paying me to do this especially when a trooper. I've got my own car. I can put my finger up to the wind and decide which way i'm going to go and what i'm gonna do today. It's like you gotta be kidding me. This was like awesome house. You're on your own boss in the car but You know you've got people that you're accountable to. That's for sure but darn i hate that accountability right correct but the but the ultimate accountability to the big guy upstairs. You know that that called us in the first place and ryan and gave us like you said steve. You know opportunity to to be a servant. Yeah and that's really that's really what drove me. Who will stand..
"reichert" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"One driver that there is to some extent and again it's more endemic for them to interact with their fans directly again for one just because they're more used to them. They grew up with it more than you do in traditional football for actually physical really on the other side though. And it's funny. If you really think about it right. Football players are successful. because they're the best in one thing playing football not there's something more and yes to become a world of michael jordan. You need to be more than just a great play and needs to be a certain personality as well as specific special needs all solely based first and foremost on your performance without the success. Not even close not a mess. Another rinaldo people who are better entertainers become singer so actors. They might be great football players for their become that because they are the best in the world. And if you look at gaming but it's the same the best eath what's athletes that there are some amazing entertainers beyond about them. But first and foremost they're the best of daming creators for more like musicians if you think about they of their good players you sometimes even great place. But first and foremost they're entertainers. They can stella story was amazing. The former that's needed was just came streaming and some other ones right youtubers. Some of them are gaming. Some of them. I don't know skateboarding. but there's a certain personality type and that's mortar and the musician. Actually that can do this. Well that just of the best in the world of creating five minute youtube slots and then there's the next one coming right now. That's tiktok tiktok is a game. He fight experience of how to consume video right. So you can click in all of that substance very close to a game but it's about those fifteen seconds. How can you create the most entertaining clip and fifteen seconds and are certain people in the world who are best at that. They usually not the best football players nor the best is sports athletes. But of if i am a team owner you've got the classic with galactica question in terms of. Do i feel my team with these incredibly talented creators. And potentially you want to be winning as well but actually the value of mitee might well be enhanced. Commercially it full of famous gamers..
"reichert" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"Teams winning. How is that going to revolve. And how teams manage that because they could be in conflict with their players presumably for commercial revenue. Traditional zero-sum didn't send you having the same thing. Publishers esl tournament organizers who's gonna have which leverage power over which and there's a certain flair to the questions irrelevance. I wouldn't even call to that question. Because what i know from foot for the last five that discussion all the powers with a place the have no power massey's much bigger or thima winner as much bigger than life stuff like this and this such a theoretical constructively. The end of the day right. It's very clear that please. Earning a lot of money in football but exit clump better than they've ever been post pre covid so i only hardly understand that discussion. I think going to what you just said. i think there's it's a same any sport clubs. Wheeled asserted power players will discern power. It's about the pushing you position yourself. Purely as the best level the most lca club then you have a different portfolio. What players you can take. Is there difficulties in monetization. Yes the player actually only has limited rights because he's selling some rights to the team. And what does the right balance between those all things. That's going to happen and figure it out. But i've seen this a. We've seen in all other sports. That ultimate need works out itself because point where something continued to evolve. Either that sport is or the next sport comes. That's one difference though. And that is more cultural than technical. Due to the fact that those players have grown up in the community. Think about it as a football player the other players from your city. I remember that for my city. I knew most of the players. Because i played against them. But that was it right. There was no reach beyond it and even in the region in the region. No best off team. I wouldn't know the other fifteen good players play against four other reasonable place. So i had he players outside of my region but that was it then. He played a national level. Might add another fifty but not then you know one hundred players outside of your comfort any sport and you don't have borders. You can play against everyone in the world and you can interact with everyone in the world and because you play with them you share something with them then you interact with them and therefore your circle of people you get to know and the circle of fans you can build all white immediately. You don't need to become a global superstar messy to have a fan base from over the all over the world you don't. You're not depending on the third party distribution so that's one that there is no border number. Two is actually what this game gaming creates he were talking about are doing. They are streaming their practice matches. Think about that in football from the age of eight everything practice you do. Not every most of them actually global audience can watch and therefore you get trained much more than entertainer. You are a media liberty from the very beginning which i think you could use. The point is trying to make a difference between a footballer. We've seen footba media platforms tro being an example which i get the intellectual. Argument footballers are publishes in their own. But it turns out that actually publishes. They great footballers. But i don't want to watch them take next to the school or they just. The imagination is not there. They're not trade in the way that you've just described said there is a power difference there between the game creator and sort of football formula..
"reichert" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"And now we're living in the world where there's unlimited amount of content actually that simple so the ability to gate keep content and to get keep attention to time has been dramatically reduced and actually competition for your time and your interest has dramatically increased so asking traditional pay model money in a way for sport is much harder than it used to be number one and the high meteorites have been bid on those patterns and purely on direct to consumer monetization actually buy those tv channels right. There's not a single case where an advertising run model has created a similar return on viewer than a pay any sports because a the publisher has very little interest to ever pay model because he spotted the best advertisement for him. You can get period. He is very limited interest to get a pay model but as well we as tournament organiser we want to grow this and we the competition to grow sports will increase and increase that shielding of the past. When no sports can become. Big is gone every day. They can be the next big sport and that that you know once you're behind a paywall you can't really compete with to be honest and so i very much believe and obviously there's tons of other thing. Hey view on how you consume content way can simple things and things. I don't believe that there's a good chance of a primary a model be available. They've added value services as a whole better experiences to how you watch most social positioning of who you are watching things that you're ever taught who's looks cool. You can send a message to the other viewers things like that. That is worse early days. This will happen. So there is an additional monetization. But it's not the way that you pay then consume it's actually consume and while you consume you can pay to get the things. It's pretty much like the sports in the game. Industry has evolved as well. Ten years ago. Fifteen years ago you would have paid sixty dollars to buy a game and then played for a certain amount of time. Where right now you download a game. Then actually level up within the game and spent money thinks you like it's more optional. Rather than so that that is would believe. I think everyone in the industry believes is very much dominating model for the foreseeable future but at the same time one big difference is we are actually not only the one organized competition where actually the ones to produce a video signal and even on twitch we are not the distribution platform. What disturbed bution channel. That means everything that happens. In our content is produced bus that means we can tell sponsorship stories.
"reichert" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"Such an incredible amount of opportunity that it was clear that this become one of the biggest entertainment force in the world plus the competitive aspect which we've seen as well in traditional sports evolved was clear that this is going to evolve based on games as well people will watch and then it's going to become a business so actually as it was clear in two thousand. The there were two things that were unclear. Number one is always how hard it is like how hard it is to build a business. How hard it is to change behaviors. How hard it is to convince traditional press that this is the thing how hard it is to convince a tv station that they should broadcast it. And how hard it is to convince sponsors to go out and spend with you. That was so we thought this going to go much faster. I think what we weren't clear about is the scale right as no one was at that time. How big the internet's going to be. How big game is going to be. How big online gaming is going to be being now. We're here twenty something years later and gaming is the largest entertainment foam in the world and is actually bigger sports as a whole two hundred fifty billion dollar business. Men's growing historically it has grown that only seven percent a year and now it's growing faster the covert war living in timeframe. We totally missed out on. We thought it's going to get faster and actually probably not that. It's going to get that big. And then at one point everyone place and so on and so forth but yes so wrong velocity rights and go paulie. It's interesting because the publishes riot and valve is one that you do a work with designed i understand at different philosophies in terms of their relationship to ease sports. I pretty much got it. Spot on the first first and foremost if it's very simple to think the publisher as the world's federation for that specific but they are they will absolute power over that game. And i think the only real or the one notable difference really is that think about in in tennis the world federation could change the size of the court worldwide from one day to the other and the color and actually own each and every single quarter of the world. So that is why the publishers even much more powerful than any traditional sports federation but that is actually essence. Not even a problem because some of them think like advertently integrated as a product and some of them think it as a platform where other companies should come in and try to build this and try to make it better because they are going to focus on building game which is where they should be the best in the world and whether their core business that core competency that the models lie so there's also fees and again there for me because i'm independent tournament operator don't own games. Obviously the ones that of the platform for me to build on are ones that you know make much more business impactful in the ones that i work with and the once lows are less spectacular and interesting force but even with those who do it even lizard and activism and we work a lot on some of the games some of them have a closed system some of them have the system so for us a company it's about creating value in both systems and were more specialized in an open system and we're more excited about it because it actually bears more risk but at the end of the day more upside as well but it's not that we're here to judge the publishers because their ip it's their decision so if as a riot way then made we find ways to work with them on some of.
"reichert" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"So i can totally see. Why team owner definitely gravitates around close system and the french system as a fan. I believe i'm coming exactly from the opposite way. A love when you teams coming as a player. I think you need to be not well. Educated to be a fan of franchise because the opportunity to come in for new talent and then opium's always sc -nificant the higher just because a turnover with new teams coming in is so much higher so the openness that do is less discolored germany where the transparency to come in as much higher and we can see that that in opening a lot of players earn money more money birds enclosed was really just for the top so a little bit that site guys of what we're thinking about is that we don't want that awful distribution of world where we want to have it a little bit more distributed a little bit more fair and accessible franchise will always make the rich richer and the poor open systems will distribute it more evenly so the rich are very rich. Don't get me wrong. I doubt that a messy will will complain about his wealth. But there's much more chance to get in. I think that's a little bit the pro and cons. But there's no right or wrong this. The only thing was very clear right or wrong and actually had a discussion with some traditional sports. Owner's move open systems. Is if you're a top portuguese club and you say now in my sport. Let's stick with football. Doesn't really matter. We're going to franchise champions league now because it's so unfair right now..
"reichert" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"We can position yourself much better than anyone else around you right now so. Finally you would still be a first mover to a large extent. That is surprising to me that so few clubs overall have used that opportunity and even even more complex if you look at the. Us markets right at all of those brands are usually tied to the league. Very different. right here. Tottenham can basically do what they want. But i don't know the forty niners or chicago hornets. They are actually exclusively tight their brand to their existing sport league so they can't even translate to another sport which sounds matzo intuitive to me at least interesting mentioned the america mom because she got the overwatch league and craft has gone in and in his creating always as bought in. And you can see that they modeled it. Because it's american sport. And there is a franchise aspect in all of the sort of tropes of an american league. There hasn't worked as far as i can say. At least it's certainly teething problems. I suppose the question is it useful to see it for lens of traditional sport or is it just. You've got to expect something else. So complicate right. There is obviously a huge difference traditional sports. Because if you think about it. All of those franchise league's international. Sport are based on the huge at least local mostly global traditional sports platform. That means american football in the. Us works as a franchise sport because there is college sports and there's high school sports and they have paved the way without that system. Which by the way government funded. It's interesting there would be no. Nfl there would be no new players. There will be no new fans so it's all institutionalized through the education system in the us and that for basketball that goes for football that goes for actually virtually every sport and europe. it's institutionalized through clubs took different but still similar if you really think about it and by the way all of those pitches all of the football pitches in the world on all of them but the majority is actually funded by local governments No football club Local one can actually afford to build a pitch. It's actually funded by the city unity. So it seen as a leisure activity supported by government the states and the cities and that is really the basis for everything going on there then in football you have this whole talent management on the club as was independent. Which is a platform where everyone can act. And which then builds with the leaks systems from football zero to hero matrix where your local team can come up to the first division than become a national relevant player and even an international relevant player since really an oaken social system why the fantas systems close to one. It's just it's not actually incentivizing anyone to invest into that sport and that only works if again that basis is been funded by the government funding. So what happens. In an sports franchise league that somehow these bases needs to be recreated open systems have tons of exports company's smaller ones the s..
"reichert" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"And funnily at a call earlier today with a league executive traditional football federation kind of things all be a bit blurry we discussed the longtime about what is and what is not and he was reluctant actually for the call because he thought was so something to him or i don't know he was. We connect was like. I know this is complicated and we are thinking and talking and figure it out to do this properly. This is not about football. This is about sport as the league. What does the league really can do. They can leave turn on managing league after all getting clubs together and then doing commercial things with it and finding an audience so why not actually take a video game. Rob them the sports simulation to do that. Really think outside of the box rather than hey there. So many fans of what. The infrastructure we've built for football can do a video game for for the market and not for fence not a football for that but of that specific game and i think that's the thought process you need to take should make sense if you're a football club to do fever tournaments and have have an have an have a team and then go to certain extent deep on it but really the question is. Is there a place for you to get another discipline on board and therefore actually use the infrastructure. You have a club. They identity to attract an audience and create fandom which just to some extent the purpose of club. And we've seen that in. Germany was shock which now is different than east. Sports sports actually going great for them to football is a little bit. Where the struggling. But i think way too little teams have taken that stat and really thought out of the box. Because why would you do handball basketball as a big club. I think the much easier answers actually to do sports what shell could then they have literally board into. Lcs which is now called ucla. Which is the league of legend franchises in europe and they have a slot there so they are truly the only traditional football club that has been going all in..
"reichert" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"There's a difference i am and what i want to be so i'd like to answer that question and say i'm a fighter. I'm a economists. Have planner but really. I'm i'm probably none of those things. And maybe i just need. I can sense the excitement of just the gang. Out of your head as you say just go living in another world which. I always thought that was the role of sort of books novels and films to do that. And actually i can see the attraction of completely going somewhere else living in this sort of parallel to own escapees him. I think he's the answer. Those escape games are usually fairly complex. So they are not. They're not the ones all all actually say stock with Of all send us. Let me check. That's available on mobile. Alex yeah start with limbo try limbo. L. i m b o okay and very simplistic jump and run game. Very nice setting. It's that's it. i'm worried that you think one. I'm incredibly stupid presents. This simple or i'm twelve years old. I'm going to be running along and jumping over things. It's gotta be more to it than that. But it's a good game. But the problem is there's so many outstandingly fantastic berlin games. But they're really hard to get into it so you need to have a little bit of a training. Actually it's a little bit like a horse riding. She was great. But you need to have one hundred hours of horseriding before you actually can enjoy. What's great because it's not running in a circle. Video games are a bit like that and play football is. It's exactly the same thing. I mean playing football. There are these moments. When i do it when you get the bowl. And it's also perfect time slows down and then you turn and you shoot in you hit and you cheer right. It's boom boom boom boom boom. That's magic that comes after thousands and thousands of hours of training and playing. Not in your first time. You get a football actually. So it's not about stupid. It's about experience. Yeah so you do get nose moments. When he play goal or cricket or football there are moments in a game where you think at that that felt like what it must be like to be a professional because you wake up in the night and say you have that sensation you do you out of the difference in in classic sports still that it comes with that physical exhaustion which gives it a special twist something. That's extremely hard to replicate. Probably not possible even but aside from that except for that that additional meaning that laugh three percent. it's all exactly the same okay so given. This is where i'm coming from. You'll be very familiar with people like me who have come from traditional sport and they say oh e sports. That's very fashionable is aimed at young people. You've got the demographic let's have a chat and our bet your phone calls from man united's a i'm a spurs fan and i bet they're always onto your saying come on spurs east. What can we do. You got this monopoly. Over this demographic audience what do you say to them. I say to them. Every good thing you do in life spots with the consumer this is not about. I think the questions wrong right. What do i have to do to reach. Those demographics is the other way. Robb authentically. I can do to actually please those demographics to build something..
"reichert" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"Pioneers of e sports. He co-founded esl in two thousand and seen it grow into one of the biggest and most influential event rightsholders in the world. As what become clear. I come to this conversation with all the misconceptions of someone who never got into gaming in the first place but by the end of a bit of a combo. I still don't know much but an hour with rajkot has put me straight on some of the redundant cliches people like me carry around with them on a daily basis. This is a conversation. I've been wanting to have for a long time but as you'll hear in the first bit of the interview it's not always easy to set these things up the unofficial costs. You're really like our unofficial partner weekly newsletter which is read by thousands of people across the global sports business and is where we talk about the topics and themes that arise from our conversations. We can send it direct your inbox. Every thursday or you've got to do is sign up by unofficial partner dot com. Where you'll also find out back catalogue of over one hundred and forty different podcasts. In a happened.
Kelly Reichardt First Cow
"Welcome to film spotting back in early March one of the most anticipated films of the year for US Josh Kelley, records first cow finally came to theaters, and then less than two weeks after its release the COVID nineteen pandemic force, the nation's movie theaters to close along with just about everything else meeting that most people never got a chance to see it. It it wasn't quite the last movie I saw pre pandemic. The penultimate I think I fit in birds of prey, just after I scout, that sounds right and man, my so grateful we were able to get first cow, because to have to sit for a few more months without seeing it as many people had, that would have been tortuous. Yeah, the pandemic. Records plans to come to Chicago when we were scheduled to sit down with her for an interview fast forward now to July first cow is now finally available to rent on demand, and we got a chance to talk to Kelly Reicher by phone later in the show will revisit our first cow review from back in March and hopefully more of you have had a chance to catch up with it now that it is available to rent I though it is our conversation with Kelly Reichardt in addition to first cow. Films include 2016 certain women that starred Kristen Stewart Laura, dern and her frequent collaborator Michelle Williams before that she offered us night moves that was about a trio of radical environmentalists, one of those played by Jesse Eisenberg and she gave us of course meek's cutoff. Which I think is still her masterpiece in Oregon trail set. Film that yeah, a lot of people consider among the very best of the last decade Wendy and Lucy was the film before that one. This was a doomed road trip movie again with Williams, and then the first film that I saw of Hers Atom I think you as well two thousand six's old joy, that one like I call centers on male friendship records debut film river of grass that came out back in nineteen, ninety four for first cow reichert return to the Pioneer Era Pacific northwest setting of Meek's cutoff. Cutoff for a tale of unlikely friendship capitalism, and yes, oil leaks in the movie, a cook from the east to play by John McEnroe joins a group of for trappers Oregon there. He meets Orion lease King Liu a Chinese immigrant, the to become friends and set out on a risky business venture together. Also, there is a cow. It's the first cow in the area. Josh indeed floating down the river in one of the movies more memorable images I'd say absolutely. Let's get to that conversation with Kelly Reicher now. Call me cookie. Mother died when I was born, and then my father died. I never stopped moving. It's a good thing stopped at the puzzle. No way for women to stop. have account cow in the. same place for cows. That's no place for white men. He's A. Since virginity here. Kelly thanks so much for coming back on spotting. It's great to have you nice to be here in virtually exactly so josh and I have both spoken very very favorably of the film, actually our favorite film of the year so far between us, and we both talked about it as almost a parable, a movie that in a story that seemingly very simple, the kind that maybe could even be passed down orally, and without any heavy-handedness or easy moralizing impart. Truths are we on the right path? Do you see I cal that way? I'm. A visual person so. Making it is a audible story I. How came from Jonathan Raymond's novel? The half life. I I'd have to think about it. I haven't thought about it in those terms of course moist thinking about it in images. Yes, so When you say. It's your favorite film. I don't know why you have to qualify it and say so far to stop watching other things. But seems fair. That seems fair. I'm sure you're like A. I think all those qualities topping out exist? I just yeah. I haven't thought about it. In terms that of course I I think maybe a better way to phrase that would have been if if you think about it and I know that this sounds almost like it's simplifying, but whether or not you think about this project, or any other is in terms of imparting kind of lesson, or is there. Is there some? Is there something you were trying to teach to the audience? No No. No I don't think so. I mean I. Know I would not want to think in those terms I mean I hope it has. Layers to it that there's things to think about and Questions to ask as far as. I mean ultimately I think like to focus on the friendship and kept blake quote in the beginning. That's in John's. Novel to remind myself that ultimately are making a film about friendship, and there are these teams of capitalism and You know running through out the new the but It has to be considered like just figuring out how to do seem sort of. Where the power lies in a scene, so it's not like I'm not thinking about those things, but I'm Only, in terms of how they relate to cooking, King Lou not in terms of. Some world message or cheek I World should not be being taught from me. That's for sure.
Recovery Dharma with Josh Rychert
"Already everybody. Welcome to the addicted. Mind my guest. Today is Josh Reichert. And he's GonNa Talk About Recovery Dharma Mindfulness Buddhism and Addiction. Josh you introduce yourself sure. Dwayne so I'm Josh Reicher. I'm in Idaho right now. I've been involved with Boise's recovery Dharma community or Gosh. It's been since two thousand fourteen now recovery Dharma under that name just kind of came into being within the last year our meetings. We called ourselves refuge recovery for a long time which is something very similar to recovery. Dharma but there were some name changes wits and the recovery path. So that's another story anyway. So Recovery Dharma. It's just an addiction recovery. Peer Support Group meetings all over. The Nation uses Buddhism. The four noble truths the eightfold path says a way to structure recovery for individuals. My personal story is in a recovery began back in nineteen ninety five the involved with twelve step groups issues with alcohol use disorder after that initial several years many years recovery from drinking eventually found myself a moving away from twelve steps and developing an interest in meditation and subsequently the use of meditation to help myself with some depression and then eventually kind of rediscovered the need in my life to have a recovery community and I just sort of fell into this Buddhist addiction recovery path under the name of refuge recovery. The person that started refuge recovery in Boise was a a young man who had kind of be framed raided a local Buddhist teacher while he was in jail and this was really early in refuge. Recovery's history back in two thousand fourteen little before a book was published but in any event so that was when Boise's refuge recovery committee meetings got started but Boise I'm guessing the path of Boise's recovery Dharma is similar to what it's been in other communities in the starting out as refuge recovery small groups with some alliance with other groups through an online presence. Really so it sounds like you started going to the twelfth. Step you're getting in recovery and you started looking at mindfulness in Buddhism and somehow it spoke to you what was it about it that for you helped you the most mostly that it was something that recognized by individual will capacity to have a life wear compulsions addictions were not the focus of my life. But still where I recognized that that was sort of a risk for me so it was a chance to identify with a recovery path. That didn't identify with the addiction. So I was one of the challenges with the twelve step program was an identification and even a sense of bonding that comes through emphasizing the actual activity or substance and as I saw this capacity for mindfulness to teach me to be aware of my present moment experience kind of thought. Wow My present moment experience that I want is the experience of you know seeing the world clearly being able to participate in life and just kind of being alive and being happy and at the same time recognizing that I do have certain kinds of risks my wellness so is very much. This idea that here's a spiritual path. It uses mindfulness and meditation. It recognizes addiction is a risk but it addresses the recovery from addiction. As what's happening right now in my life as live rather than a focus on a past behavior or an identification with a set of behaviors for the purpose of detaining recovery so very in the present moment yeah present moment with an awareness that the challenges that take me away from the present moment are somewhat associated with cravings and addictions in in a very general sense you know after the initial concerns with a compulsive or addictive behavior are addressed. Then it's just you know living light and knowing there's a tendency for that kind of behavior and you present moment. Awareness is where that ability to stay at a recovery is exercised definitely agree with that. I love mindfulness. It's a big part of my life and it brings you to that space where you can kind of be in that moment and just accept all sides of it and it's just there without having to necessarily react to it and for a lot of people in recovery. There aren't options that are put in front of them at the very beginning. I work in Behavioral Health Hospital and primarily when patients with various kinds of addictions are given referrals referred directly to twelve step based recovery programs. And I know from experience that many people don't resonate with that so having this additional option is really valuable in addition to have it. Be something where it's an alternative to the need to rely on a higher power and alternative to. Let's see other word that I really like something that recognizes a modern incarnation of our knowledge about recovery. The mindfulness aspect of things has been scientifically validated very thoroughly through studies and both with dealing with cravings being able to be with the discomfort of a craving and sit through that as well as the practice of when those cravings have lessened to be able to really thrive in the moment and no longer half those cravings be the focus and no longer have the fear of past be something that's in the forefront of awareness so he can give people an alternative if they don't necessarily resonate with twelve step. This might be alternative that they could use that would fit for them. Definitely not just an alternative frequently to supplement for people. I think people will look at recovery. Dharma as a way to practice medication and learn about meditation as a supplement to what is part of the eleventh step in the twelve step programs. Were Meditation as emphasized and not really well described how to practice it. So there's people in Recovery Dharma certain use it as a supplement as well so they can complement each other very much. So tell me a little bit of Abou- Recovery Dharma and what does Dharma me for people out there that don't know what that term means. Can you explain that? So at the beginning of the recovery dormant meetings. There's a couple of readings that people go through that. We kind of like entrusted meetings. Were they read the twelve steps the twelve traditions and the preamble. One of them that we read is called the practice and recovery. Dharma is kind of broken down into a couple of general categories. One is the practice of meditation and then attending recovery meetings. And then there's this need to continue to study Buddhism. You know in kind of an almost formal way where. Maybe there's a study of Buddhist teachings some books or an association with teachers outside of recovery. Dharma Dharma often is the word used to describe the teachings of Buddhism. On but more broadly it can be described as a sense of truth or a clear understanding of reality or teachings that are kind of wise and bring people into a sense of health and wellbeing and inability to connect with the world so it has less to do with a dogma of Buddhism although that's frequently how it's used and it has more to do with all right. Is there information in the world? That's going to help me be in recovery and live a decent life information. That's reliable that comes from trusted teachers friends. Maybe even from nature you know. It's just a sense of the truth. That's reliable and yet is part of my own personal experience and not something that say fed to dogmatic way
"reichert" Discussed on KOMO
"The top stories from the come on twenty four seven news center former sheriff and congressman Dave Reichert has long been mentioned as a possible candidate for governor now the head of the state Republican Party does come was Charlie harder Reichardt is considering a run against Jay Inslee the election is fourteen months away and state party chairman Caleb Heilig says the race on the Republican side is starting to heat up so I have heard that the former congressman Dave Reichert is looking at it there's a couple others that are looking at it as well I think you there's no question that governor Ensley is vulnerable Reichardt is portrayed as a candidate who can appeal to moderates and conservatives on both sides of the state state senator Phil fortune auto in eastern Washington police chief have already filed to run as Republicans Charlie harder come o'neills in anticipation of hurricane Dorian hitting Florida the main blood center there is asking for your help it's a tough time for blood centers everywhere in the summer people are on vacation or may not remember to donate but with hurricane Dorian threatening the main blood agency in Florida put out a national call to help bolster their supplies the defense and with blood works northwest says may answered and said what they could spare now they need you to donate here the donors potential donors people who have maybe never donated to think about donating blood in the spirit of of helping those folks in Florida she says they sent Florida forty units of blood which isn't a lot compared to the three hundred thousand units they use a year but friends and says donations from other agencies around the US should help Romero comma news United Airlines is again delaying the earliest possible return of its grounded Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jets the airline has removed the Max from its schedule until December nineteenth six weeks longer than previously planned United fourteen Max jet to been grounded since March after the second of two crashes that killed three hundred forty six people Boeing is working to fix flight control software implicated in both crashes the company expects to formally submit its changes to the Federal Aviation Administration in September coming up on Kamel Ryan Harris.
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"Center the trump administration is set to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum ports from the eu canada and mexico secretary of commerce wilbur ross says he wants america to be able to trade fairly with its partners a situation of symmetrical tariffs democratic representative susan dell benny's a bit says these new tariffs are leading to a trade war a bit leery of this represents watkin county which is the home of an aluminum smelter and a large number of farmers sharing because retaliation in most cases is against agriculture and definitely have heard those concerns those worries today from farmers right up here in linden republican representative dave reichert is urging caution in a press release he says it's important to clamp down on countries such as china but there should be exceptions for canada and the eu and more and more people are living on the streets and king county the annual count found more than twelve thousand people living in shelters or on the streets but cairo resist row with the group one home says too many of them are outside six thousand three hundred twenty individuals for unsheltered in our community on the night of january twenty six this includes people living on the street in cars rv's and fans and abandoned buildings and intense intensive encampments cosanctioned unsanctioned locations there is some good news the number of homeless families and veterans is actually down survey immigrants living the city of seattle shows they believe affordable housing is the thing they need most komo's charlie harder tells us more survey from seattle votes shows a big wave of immigrants is recently arriving many refugees from places session somalia ethiopia vietnam mexico and china according to the research nineteen percent feel affordable housing is the top social issue around here followed closely by jobs and education many have obtained citizenship and it appears language skills are a big factor in whether or not they vote according to the seattle votes survey people with low proficiency in english whereabout fourteen percent less likely to vote charlie harger komo news is search for a missing bonney lake team continues with a reward now at five thousand dollars for information that leads to her safe return searcher lynn terrorists arose says they won't give up until lily christoffersen comes home actually talked to people in the sex trafficking industry and they all say that there she is for sure still alive somewhere she's being probably kept in a motel and a lot of.
Paraguay prepares for national election
"On here here's it's gustav shake hyphen under welcome to the weekly happy sunday lunchtime to you happy sunny what an amazing week has been right for weeks soviet you're both very tans i have to say we've got the studio lit to our taste that way what have we got well we've got i hope you guys don't get bored of me but this year we have so many latin american elections and to be the most important to to happen which is brazil mexico venezuela colombia but we shouldn't forget paraguay is quite a troubling country in some way so i'm i'm looking very keenly his election because you know they had they had the longest military dictatorship in the continent for thirty five years that a political party called the colorado they've been in power for seventy years including during the military dictatorship so it's very hard for the position you know to being such a country and this year election b you know one of the candidates is from the current party which is a colorado and his name is maya benitez and the other one is a bit more progressive you know centerleft candidate code if rang larry the polls are saying that the colorado guy win so things will continue as the same but i think less time i was here talking about costa rica was wrong and the progressive candidate won so things you know ken chain i was gonna ask you about this because we've been talking about this during the preceding week you know is it a singleissue election is there some big flashpoint in that case it was about gay rights of course was very front and center in costa rica there's not really one key issue and i guess it's more about who's best place to stewart the country through times that remain rather i don't know what's the word tubby lent well i think there's no key issue as we had in costa rica here the main street is generational gap you know so paraguay's quite a young country and for one it can see if in the the younger generation are going to position guy franey larry.
"reichert" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Our to our he needs every single cent he can come across every sunday at or at any free meal or anything that's given to him is truly a gift and he needs it that he is truly struggling and i really do think hague uses that in a way that other filmmakers aren't quite as adept with yeah you're you're right about naming reichert as someone who gets that really well and makes that a priority probably to a lesser degree but another film because of the location in that quality is since my own private idaho i think has has some of that no snow that's maybe a little more theatrical for there's also that rawness to feel here and you mentioned an oasis i think the moment that's truly this oasis kind of moment and the one where i appreciate it charlie plumbers performance the most i think and it's mostly non vocal here is a scene early in that journey things haven't gotten truly desperate yet and he stopped to take a bath basically go swimming in a little lake in peace over there and he's still talking to pete a little bit and just the smile on plumbers face the moment of recognition he seems to have almost as if just by his smile he saying life really can't get better than this and it's not going to be better than this but in that moment it's as if he has achieved the dream he's always longed for he has a companion and he's out in nature and he's free and he's enjoying this moment there and the water that really stood up to me and you know i really notice in particular in this is the way he reminded me and this is one of the.
"reichert" Discussed on Bang the Book
"Inzaghi's what eighth at five dimes at twenty five to one your 25 to wanna bet online as well you're talking about a team that right now purvis selection committee would be a fiveseat or worse and their eighth on the board from a future standpoint so maybe they won't be underrated in terms of the futures market they'll be underrated in terms of the seed that they are but i think that kind of speaks to the disconnect between the gamblers and the people that follow it in that respect and a selection committee and the other talking heads that are out there yeah i agree with you that certainly very interesting and it's something to uh you know keep an eye on and when you look at you know favorites for this the michigan state lifted at some books with favorite to win at all of michigan state you know looking like a threeseat or something like that so they're certainly a disconnect in a lot of places when you when you look at something like this all right so i can imagine we got those rankings out there we have an idea of what the top sixteen seeds are right now to the selection committee and know i kind of woke up and down the list i mean texas tech is still listed is a 3 c and they're still at sixty six to one so maybe there's some value on them out there in the marketplace but you know what are you looking at right now in terms of the futures market i know you and i both have some positions already and you know a lot of the numbers united scooped up are gone now at this point but is there anything that you would consider adding to your portfolio right now you know one that i have it at a great regret her nerve reichert for virginia character uh plus fifty thousand and uh now now they're cost thirty thousand five times here i think virginia characters you know they they've gardeners signature windsor and add to get it um this is a team that that should make the big dance and you get a team that has its potential that virginia tech does at that kind of a number i think he put yourself in a good spot now i'm not saying there for jim.
"reichert" Discussed on Programming and Performance with Cliff Click
"Couldn't actually tracked the wife time of very me objects it wasn't enough to be useful the cost of the opposition to pay off okay so that's escape analysts nisin theory routinely done by hand by engineers all by the happens in job a as well people do object pools lover what love that are hated people will do object rules and at a certain scale object i totally matters that's basically an escape analysis done by hand were you safe i'm done with this jape panels struck for my swing application and so i'm gonna recycle it 'cause gate panels are big in harry and they're more cheaper to object pooled in the arctic new on seeing kind of game displayed lots of other things awesome too much that's different story about object pools were scarves clutching but there is a size and scale were cooling met makes a sense and and hand in hand with pulling is just this notion of having i knew the end of the usage of this particular object contact tell the gcc somehow done with it and have something more intelligent happen in java you don't have it we do that it just give has gone on the floor or manually run obstacle fight escape analysis is done by the gdr come on has a new opportunity that ibm never hide wishes to do profiling of the objects usage patterns and osce profiling when we step back obscene this garbage collectors the code that generated typically puts down extra code tracked winter lifetimes there's card marking in the standard alligator and unusual alkhaidir needed a reburial it's the right barriers to the card marks another former reichert reversion is all have the property that they do something with a pointer winds either being read from the heap rubbing stormed into the heap this very cheek because these operations happen all talk so you some very very cheap and but they drop a little cookie somewhere that the garbage collector can come back later and say this pointer had a transition from memories from registers to heap or heaped registers and the the crucial piece of that transition is it tells them they had to do something extra with that corner okay fine and that's you know what garbage collectors do ripe barriers were used in standard that standing collectors these days if you're not doing muscles collector uruguary what's right barrier at the store.
"reichert" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast
"Of the people who stay married so yeah yeah that's like that's like that's there's like in and there's like there's good like you know there's look this stereotype of like men than lighters incompetent bumbling and liked it's like the the latest thing a seems to be like a lot of men in my commercials and stuff for just just buchan morons in the women are almost like these like overgrown mothers just like off this guy uh ladies right are all of our men this fucking stupid like i don't know like i feel like it did you're gonna see some that it just like thompson these guys like it like a dan reicher type imagined a imagine can you explain to people who dan reichert is because i should just dropped at aimed at night yeah he's a he's i who's on the giant bomb staff and he does a lot of videos and podcast for them and he's even weird dude he doesn't have a lot of life export didn't have a lot of life experience when he moved out there uh i don't wanna talk too much crap about him even though i dislike him very strongly but but imagine so this guy got married in the taco bell he did his this this is your man looks like yeah i can't imagine there's anything in this is your men dan reichert addition that would have scared this woman off if she was willing to get married in a phil like you felt like that's that's a good point in the also defeat like day like he he's like an like i guess that's the thing is like if you're disgusting human being than the best way to be that is the beit unapologetic absolute version look this is who i am i'm going to have strong opinions on stuff i don't know anything about ongoing us who i'm going to refuse to have adult tastes in anything i'm going to things that require adult taste someone decry as snooty and dumb and dental yeah like that's like that's honesty that's all on so i'm trying to get to right right that's the whole point of this is your men.