18 Burst results for "Rhames"
"rhames" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Of bruce springsteen and That's is on my to do list to read it to end. I wanted to kind of visit with you first and then pick it up and kind of read it it it it. It sounds amazing I i loved writing it. You know when you you enjoy teaching. Presumably the students enjoy it too and so right joy writing a book then. Readers should john. I was very conscious in writing. The all kinds of people from all sorts of backgrounds are interested in springsteen and so some chapters will suit people more than others and some of the melted with philosophy. some of them are memoir And and so on. But i was always say well. I'm a fan. I'll just write from my my perspective. I suppose and the other thing that was important to lease the cover is my pain to to the cover is my oil painting. Oh okay and that came about i. Just i couldn't use an image because of copyright issues downs. I watched lots of videos. And i kind of created an image out of that so it's kind of original image and it's what i like about. It is that it doesn't show with an instrument. It shows him sort of introspectively. You know he could be a right. He's a writer as well as being a musician. A performance when you read the his autobiography As a give me the two perspectives as fan but also as someone who studies and. Oh i'm trying to think the right word critiques Literature as a living. So can you give me both perspectives. Or are they the same you. His autobiography I think that he writes very well. somebody did say to me. Well maybe there are too many excavation marks but you know the the main thing about him is that he's he has honed his writing skills for decades. I mean he he has those lines. I always think the line. I can't think of god itself but in in He see about the the lights on the jersey shore this incredible impression of the reflection of the lights from the peer in the water. Very good at just creating this sense of putting you there the moment. I'm watching a documentary about hemingway. Anti resolve having ways. He he puts you in that place and those feelings springs can do that and therefore when i think of Born to run. I think that early passage where he's talking about being a child imagining he's street is You know it's the nevada's sierra nevada's where rhames being and he's able to put you in that child's perspective and then of course with the relationship with his father and so on so and so it's an exceptionally well book. I think you know given I had a A writer name. Ron martz on the show. He's actually been on two or three times and he has Written you can name a popular superhero from the marvel or dc universe. And he's written them. You know he is. Just he's he's he's amazing and He talked about that Springsteen in stephen king were his two biggest influences and we were talking about..
"rhames" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Like this sort of began with Mike Ryan playing ving Rhames saying the words serial over and over again and not saying Hey he could actually be a DJ and he's on a marquee now with legit DJs in the middle of the store there is a poster where I'm like two lines removed from duty it is insane so this is going to be an awesome opportunity for the show too because I think rock is gonna be coming around here to help promote this amazing event and Shaquille o'neal which was part of an awkward negotiation because two guys has is beef wishy kilo New York we don't need to get in but it was certainly covered no details that's it yeah yes thank I'm saying good yeah in two days for the graduation I mean I'm saying to the end of the month and I'm leaving for box yeah the Superbowl live at not this for a second I feel like you guys shrugging your shoulders about this it's not a small thing during the Superbowl the big week of parties in our city in Miami from something if you've been following this radio show that two years ago would have been unimaginable Mike with his first love music becoming a DJ from doing all the crappy stuff he does around here and all the crowd we do around here to those mas events that have made him a DJ where people are coming out of thousand people coming up to him actually working on the craft to him being on the marquee for the Superbowl parties that people want to be a part of which is the ship back one and the rom bring Kelsey one like why am I you guys think I'm wrong to be proud of eight more one I mean there's no doubt he's good at it I've seen him do it he's gonna pressing play it's great we need space for the I'm not about you guys will just never understand of course you're invited that's another thing you all can pass.
"rhames" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Thirty twenty thirty version projections my twenties with restrictions black allow there's no need to have a practice what at this point does the rosters are expanded I'm just saying if they were going to sneak in through after that Rhames game would probably be the way to go I don't know that thirty one teams are clamoring for his services maybe not even the calls I mean what an absolute piece of pro Broncos propaganda the greatness of Brett Reppan was I mean what the Broncos think because Brett ripping plays in the mountain west that only they know about him because they were the only team in the mountain time zone and when other teams see the second best quarterback that program has ever produced on the field they're gonna bees so smitten by Brett ribbons abilities they're going to pounce on him at the for hello the Broncos were expecting to get trade offers Brent Rippin is the way that some of the Broncos insiders may sound like once we let open this Pandora's box of Brett Rippin quarterbacking I mean you know it would be like the pied Piper with the rats just all swarming in quarterback is the most important position in sports we all agree on this yes no expense is spared evaluating these guys none teams can be wrong it is happened before but they usually miss by overall rating quarterbacks instead of under rating them not a lot of guys slip through the cracks there's your markets Russell's there's Jeff George's there's many examples throughout history of teams over rating a quarterback that happens a lot but under rating quarterbacks that doesn't usually happen teams don't miss two hundred and twenty four times.
"rhames" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Up on both sides let's go its walls I I'm Jesse thorn my guest is Edie Falco ET is a brilliant actor she graduated from SUNY purchase is acting school alongside ving Rhames and Stanley Tucci in the nineteen eighties and it first work was steady but slow she had bit parts in movies here in their recurring roles on oz homicide law and order it was over a decade into her acting career before she got her break out role the sopranos HBO's classic mob drama ET played Carmella Tony soprano's wife she was brilliant on the show loving fierce independent tragic she subverted the mob wife archetypes to above anything else Carmelo wanted a normal life she wanted the kids to go to a good school she wanted her husband to show up for dinner let's hell's kitchen more Essex County New Jersey when we chatted back in twenty eighteen we talked about eighties film outside in ET place Carol a high school English teacher she's married and she has a daughter in the film Carol becomes pen pals with a former student named Chris who's in jail on a twenty year sentence Chris is played by J. two plus the two become close and they start confiding in each other after he gets out things get complicated Chris finds her outside a restaurant they hug he gives her a portrait he made of her while he was in prison in this scene Carol goes over the encounter with a colleague in the teachers lounge you get a little wind.
"rhames" Discussed on WTVN
"I wasn't worried about leaving you behind are concerned about him. I know. Right. And I had this red vessel. Anything could find me. Hey, how you doing, Connie beacon beacon beacon, come, eat me now right now it's okay. I'll be a nice treat for you today. So now you guys my love this. You've celebrated fifteen year fifteenth anniversary. I you know, since I've been around you, you guys are a great couple. I hope to have what you guys have one day. You are a ferocious knitter. I think that's hilarious. Because that is perfectly said, you're always doing, even when she's been on on blue rock. Talk with me. She's, she's knitting. And when she's in the front seat is we're driving to the location. She's knitting, right? But there's a difference right? Crochet. Knit. What, what is it? You do. I do. Both actually I crocheted doilies in blankets and blankets and sweaters and stuff like that. And I really think now you got these guys like to go early. Okay. Now I'm a night person kills me to wake up because I get to go so so early. It is early. You'll pick me up around eight that's late. That's our cash, eight o'clock, I'm like two hours into my sleep. But, but yeah, I'm into Rhames leaf then so so so you guys go on the day, and it's early and we're walking around and then back by about four. Yeah, right. Yeah. Most everybody else. I know. No, we don't get. We start thinking around four what we're gonna do. And we get there and there's a fire in food, and you know it's all about bringing them in you guys, walk around and look at everything, and it's about bringing it. However, we found a lot of really cool stuff that way. Yeah. Now, I think when you guys start camping out because I know you're going to be camping out. You got to knit by the fire. Oh, I will. And you will you will matter what. Yeah. But I think they, you know, these, these beans are so good at threatening, whether it's gigantic limb or threading, little tiny things that there's no way, we could bend. There's no way not just because it's too big and there's no way we could do it. But also some of these little tiny things as they thread. They would just break and crumble in our hands. How are they doing this? I think they're gonna love watching. You do your stuff. Well, I left him a ball. Very colorful yarn less time just to see in there. They have a gifting stump, and that's what they left in their gifting, stump. You guys have left quite a few things and one of one of the things. So when we come back here we're going to talk about their structures. We're gonna talk about one in particular. I, I love the wigwam I'd love to have that because like the Willis wigwam or something, what do you think the other teepee? We're talking about the cathedral. We're going to talk about what happened the last time they went to the cathedral of what they did and Tony is still processing to so more to come here. Stay with us Connie Willis here, along with sasquatch journey can find them on their YouTube channel and Connie Willis here. You're listening to coast-to-coast socket about the experience is deep in the Rockies. The. That. Real honesty, cruises up their game. If you're thinking about maybe a romantic night out with your lava, or maybe wanna go ahead and enjoy the beautiful scenery of DC. You gotta take out the way of the free design their ships from the refinements in lighting and textures to the model dancefloor and bar space. I said bar and not to mention minimizing fuel consumption and emissions. Get a sneak peek of the brand new beautiful interiors at their website odyssey, cruises dot com. It's odi. Y. S S, E Y cruise dot com. Bluecross.
"rhames" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I do wanna ask you this. Dr Bassett, everyone seems to be talking about we were gonna talk about food dollars and all that. But everybody seems to be talking about what's going on outside. The weather is nice. We're going out the trees are blooming. What other kind of issues to people need to be careful about in terms of what they do to change to deal with changes in their appearance because of allergies what they need to do. In terms of skin care other preventative things they can do. Now that is getting nice out while I think allergies, certainly how you feel and how you look and we did a study with a local New York City newspaper about a decade ago. When we looked at our female patients coming in the allergy sufferers, and as a guy, I didn't know anything about Kuzma and conceals. But what happens is of very often people will use cosmetics to cover up the puffiness under their eyelids. The swollen eyelids the bluish veins that show through from congestion, which can be related to allergies nasal congestion, and sinus issues so the idea for me as clinical is to figure out and trouble shoot. What's the equation there? How much of this sinus how much algae and other things and try and reverse the process, reducing the need for extra additional cuss medics? And certainly that's a thing. We talk about his aesthetic. So it's not just what you feel. It may be your appearance as well. You going for a job interview, and you have red eyes, and you watery eyes. It's not the best look, however, you're suffer. And so the idea is to be proactive, so it can affect your appearance and certainly children. We can see kids that rubbed their nose and lock as an itchy nose. If seasonal allergies. They get a crease that occurs in the mid bridge of the nose. They may have certain grimaces because young children may not describe as I'm having each of my eyes, and they have funny faces and can. Affect children adults in the classroom, learning direct impact from many researches at show, if you sleeping poorly at night, your allergies are controlled. You have congested nasal passages. He won't get the great Rhames sleep. It will affect daytime alertness and productivity obviously in the workplace as well as learning. So is a quality of life condition. Allergies can be managed modified. And certainly in some cases can be prevented. And that's my goal has the author of the new allergy solution is defined fast evidence base long lasting relief. And people should be self empowered to understand how to manage their allergies and parents for their children. I went through the same thing when I had a son with asthma. I want to hear about the plantings. You've shared with me off Mike that there are certain plans and are certain gardening techniques you can actually use. So that the the garden can be your friend and help you doesn't have to be the source of your misery. That's right. So I call them allergy friendly flowers and plants, and there's a lot more to this than just these select few. View. But for example, as fuchsia carnations iris snap dragons, but Goania crocus daffodil viscous an awkward very awkward plants. Close pollen allergies. So it's a great wedding flower roses of fine, but they should be the tea variety that are unscented we called florist hybrids. And so there's some flowers at a good and ones that are not so good. And I go through that in the book as well. In addition there also plans indoors, and we talk about people spending time indoors as well on rainy days..
"rhames" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"He flexed and the Seahawks blinked he had a deadline of April fifteenth to get a deal done and gosh darn it Dag Navid. Guess what happened? He got a deal done hundred forty million dollar extension. Then clouds sixty five million dollar signing bonus making the quarterback the highest paid player in the NFL. A source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter, and because it's time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones, best networks, no contracts. We bring in the only man who sleeps less on fifteenth. Then Russell Wilson that would be our insider, Adam Schefter at first of all kudos to use her on the seven minutes of sleep. You're going on. Secondly, are you surprised that? Seattle sort of got this done to sort of Akwa, whatever Adam whatever Russell want it. Yes. And no trae if that makes any sense, and I would say, yes, I'm surprised because over the weekend it didn't sound like we need to deal done. And it's like the April fifteenth deadline imposed in which he would not sign a deal after that season. Was real that. They basically too much. Space between the two sides to get a deal done. But then his Asian morgue Rogers Russell's Asian fluent to Seattle on Thursday. I believe in said he was going there to make sure that he would not leave without a deal when you're aging goes into a city five days in advance. And spend five as there, and they're not gonna leave until midnight that Monday when the deadline expires. There's a pretty decent chance of venture you could figure it out. So all the Seahawks are basically interest meetings and getting ready to the dress which only have four picked by the way, the agent is camped out in their city at nearby hotel. Right. The street basically, forcing his way into the building and into their presence. And so they struck a deal at midnight. Seattle time this morning. Three AM eastern and ticks. They gotta sure tab of Nizhny should basically Russell didn't wanna leave Seattle. No that that's willing. Good. And that's fine. It's also true. I think that when we heard Jack del Rio last week. He wouldn't be surprised. Russell trade. Really wish a market to trade him really wasn't because eighteen that was out there. The public there some quarterback needs by team would trade from Milly wouldn't of because I think these teams were aware of this idea and any team trading for him would have had to compensate the Seahawks with risk compensation and Russell with this contract. And there was not a team out that was willing to do all of that. Everybody loves Russell's as a quarterback, but they don't want them enough to pay two different parties when the bears for clear MAC. Everybody's a need for a pass rusher. Everybody and it wasn't the right now. I mean, give me a team right now that would be willing to sacrifice his position and pay the guy. Team will blow to exist. The chargers. Can't do the Philip rivers dolphins committed the future. The giants have manning. What are you gonna do him? Right. Like a who's doing it? So it's not like there have been some of the years would Russell Wilson being over a lot of quarterbacks. Yes. Absolutely. But that's not what we're talking about talking to Adam Schefter ESPN NFL insider. So Adam was that the driving force on this dried up market was the impending franchise tag game that looked like it could be coming because still to do this in April as opposed to going through it towards training camp. The way we saw the last time with runs deal seems like it's out of the ordinary. Well, I will say this that I remember seen that done where in April fifteenth deadline was imposed, and I think that if the case where basically we she we should players get a lot of control and get a lot of victories year in recent years over the last year now recent years over the last year like guys holding out guy taking social media guys not showing up guys giving April fifteenth. I I was thinking about that lake. If you go back to clean back. And you go back in Tonio Brown, you go back to Russia wills like players that that shake it up a bit. Usually it's worked out pretty well. I guess cases, where ashington Israel to maybe levian Bill in the end. She got his contract was maybe Jackley what it was. But it wasn't terribly far us. And so I just think that we're different. Plus, it's really interesting here is that I think some of the early league reaction I've gotten back that people can't believe how crazy quarterback contracts have gone to salary-cap has gone up nine million a year the last three years, which is less than ten percent per year yet the quarterback market has gone from twenty three million two three five million that time. And so the quarterback marketed really jumped up quite a bit way more than the salary capping. You wonder where that's gonna stop Adam Schefter with us. At a real quickly before you go back to like, eight minutes of Rhames leap, you're gonna get today. What will this do for the market for other quarterbacks? Like Jerry Jones is going to pay Dak Prescott. Trae great question. And I would just say this you think of all the quarterback deals that are coming up. Carson wentz. Jared Goff Dak Prescott then route the spreader Philip rivers and old Tom Brady. Yeah. Guys at some point in the coming months. You would think are going to getting into quarterback deal. So I go back to my reference of salary cap going up basically less than ten percent per year and the quarterback market exploding. Good to be a quarterback right now. Could be a very good quarterback. It's good to be a quarterback knowing that the thinking is we can't win without one. And that may be correct, Adam. We appreciate you, man. What was he where she it's one more reason if you can hit on the quarterback in the draft. There's a real steel you can do that. Because you got it for five years, especially.
"rhames" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Minutes per night on average have the last six six years that I've been measuring that, but I get as much deep and Rhames sleep as a twenty year old. That's kind of cool. Well, I have to tell you your game changers. Book had such an impact on me to give you an idea. I immediately went out and got an aura ring because you were talking so much. About sleep about rim sleep versus deep sleep. And I said, I have no idea how much I'm sleeping or how? Well, I'm sleeping, and it's amazing. The change that's happened in my habits just by having the ring and checking my sleep patterns every single night and making minute adjustments. Because in the book, you talk about okay? I would try this. And I would make these la- just minutes and the or ring kinda helps you say, well, this is kind of win you should probably go to sleep based on the cycles that your body is in and by making those little those little changes. My sleep is improved dramatically, and and then in addition to some of the other changes, and and and stuff that I've done I feel like a new man, I really do which is reasons I was I was fighting to get you on this show is I want everyone to know just how powerful what it is. You talk about in the book is it's incredible thing. Well, thank you for letting me know three I do it. I do is is that no one did this in a way that I could absorb. Orb when I was twenty I was so desperate. And I started writing the blog saying, you know, someone had only told me, but just knowing that it had that big impact on your smart, your high-performance guy. But you don't have the time or really the motivation the way I did. I'm like, I am old when I'm twenty six I am feeling like maybe I'm going to die. Right. Unable to care for my family. I kinda have to become an expert in this. And you're an expert in many other things. So maybe it was just spelled out for you knowing that the thousands of hours went into game changers of produce that result. That's exactly what I wrote it because you know, if I see yoga venture backed company my podcast bulletproof radios, webby award winning hundred million downloads. And I have a couple other companies neuroscience company. I don't have to write books or even to the podcast in order to be financially. Okay. I just do it. Because it's it's the most impactful. Fun thing. I know how to do that the changes. So when you tell me that you actually made me have our guys I love where this interview is going. But I gotta take a quick break and tell you about our sponsors, the first one is policy genius guys getting life insurance can feel like assembling, the world's worst, jigsaw puzzle. It's confusing..
"rhames" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Safe is Fran McHugh. He says he and his wife or some of these sixty two posse members who have already passed background checks, but still have a few more steps left in the new process way the rules work for the for. Is that if you are armed then you cannot be in uniform and be unarmed McHugh says since he and his wife are armed they have to go through additional psych evaluation. So it'll be at least another two weeks before they're back in uniform. But starting today CSL is starting up the posse again, insensitive west empire's star jussie smollet now indicted on sixteen felony counts. ABC's Steve ocean Saami has more the actor and singer who police say made up a racist and homophobic attack. And then lied to America is now facing sixteen new felony charges for lies police say he told during two separate interviews with Chicago investigators why would anyone especially an African American man. Use the symbolism of a noose to make false accusations. Each new charge is for each alleged lie when he told police how he was attacked on his way home from a sandwich shop to Chicago apartment in the early morning of January twenty ninth at Tennessee man was arrested earlier. This month for an alleged murder in good year two years ago. Jeffrey Taylor allegedly shot and killed David D'amoto. During an armed robberies occurred on may twenty ninth of seventeen in a park in the area of one hundred and fifty sixth avenue and west Mead lane in Goodyear. Lisa berry with Goodyear police says Taylor's facing multiple charges, including first degree, murder and armed robbery. His bond was set at one million dollars. Imagine if you're having a heart attack at home and outside your front door a drone arrives with a defibrillator before medics can even get there. That's the goal in Reno. Officials in Reno announcing Dave received approval from the FAA to begin flying. Drones equipped with fibrillation on board or ADD's j w Hodges with Rhames Reno's ambulance provider. He says there will be drone bases around Reno. When somebody calls nine one one with a possible, heart attack drone will be launched. While a dispatcher gets an ambulance rolling when they're on the phone with you. They are able to say there's a drone on the way the FAA says it will allow the drones to be flown out of the pilots line of sight and at night. Alex stone ABC news. Time to see how that Friday ride home looks. He was detour.
"rhames" Discussed on FoundMyFitness
"Three and four also called slow wave sleep because of these big powerful slow brainwaves that deep rich non Rhames sleep was increased somewhere between about ten to twenty percent, which is non trivial how then they said. Well, this is sort of young healthy people. What about people with insomnia and people who are older because older people struggle with sleep on, of course, insomnia, and they were able to get even greater mileage out of the feminine manipulation with those cohorts too. So I think it's very interesting intervention possibility to try and old men to manipulate human sleep city think those things like virtually pads that are out there, you think those can I deem, sleet. Yeah. I think I don't know of any data from them yet. All I know is the experimental data. We've looked at with manipulation of body temperature. They did this in rats awhile back, by the way. Which is they would warn that pause. And when they woman that pause, the rats fell asleep, quicker and state asleep. And you think kind seconds. You just told me that you need to cool the body. But you're talking about warming the mind, and this is the reason why probably Sonus work, hot, baths, work and showers work for the opposite reason that most people believe them to work, you think, you know, I get out of a hot bath and nice and toasty I get into bed my full asleep. Festa? That's not true. What happens is that you get into the bath. You get massive as dilation all of the vessels open up on the surface of your skin that draws almost chums the blood out from the core of your way to the surface and your skin and your hands and your feet, especially act like these wonderful thermal radiators,.
"rhames" Discussed on FoundMyFitness
"I then rim sleep second than non REM sleep again. Then Rhames leap second. And we don't know why there is no good explanatory data suggesting why nonren- sleep always comes first and Rhames sleep comes second. But I put forward the theory that for information processing, it makes sense, which is that non room sleep. I to just get what you've learned and lock it into the brain Remm sleep, then comes along and rim sleep starts to fuse. All of the information that you've recently learned with the entire back. Catalog of information that you've got stored up across a lifetime of experience. And it's this sort of essentially Remm sleep is creating a revised mind Wide Web of sociation 's I might like to sort of think of what's going on with Ramsey when we've been lots of these cities to look at this and this clever ways that you can look at sleep and associated memory processing, building new novel connections. And it's almost like memory pinball where you take these new memories, and you sort of launched them up, and you stop bouncing them around into the architecture of information within the brain. And you're starting to test associations such into say, you should this new information be connected to this. Maybe not should it be connected to this. Maybe not now some of that happens whilst were awake during the day. We make obvious connections. But what's strange is that we make connections during ram sleep? But then not if the same kind the connections that were making during REM sleep are the lung shot. This is the bizarre bizarre, right range. You know, it would be the equivalent of saying during the day. We take this information the connections. We make all I could Google search gun, right? Which is you the first pages all the things that I'm most related, and it's very obvious page one that's directly related to what input? During REM sleep. It's almost as you input the such time and you're immediately taken to page twenty of the Google search which is about some field hockey game in Utah. And you think I don't understand how oh that's interesting. I see what you're talking about. So we make these bizarre. Leaps of associative memory processing faith during REM sleep. And that's why we now understand that. It's Rhames sleep..
"rhames" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Recall multiple dreams are night and other people will tell you they haven't recalled a dream since childhood, and that that all seems normal range. And although I think that for people who can learn to recall their dreams and think about what they mean that you get a lot of extra help from that. But on the other hand, I think that they're just so many paths toward knowledge and wisdom and self growth in this world that if somebody is a very low dream re caller who's using some of those other pads, I wouldn't say that some sort of deficit, but if you can they're a wonderful resource we have to disentangle though. And I think you get into this in your book else rob about conference, you went to the Netherlands. Where's the mystical? And whereas. The the actual biological or scientific and all this. Remember a couple of things will be useful here. I remember interviewing and Australian author who all kinds of interpretations of dreams and different symbolism in dreams. And now they were promoted Tori, and how they told us about life in ways that we couldn't divine otherwise. And then I remember interviewing Allan Hobson of Harvard who's probably will retired and gone by now there Barrett. But. Where you are. But you know, you're saying it's just flushing out the system. It's just a fluvial flotsam jetsam get rid of stuff. That's your neurotransmitters. We've got to get somewhere in between those two maybe. Yeah. I mean, I think this is this is one of the things that drew me to the topic of dreams in the first place that it's an area where there aren't really clear cut. Divisions. And if you think of something like this dreaming, which until the eighty s most scientists believed wasn't a real phenomenon. And it's now been you know, people thought that maybe people who said they were lucid dreaming where relief just waking up or maybe they were lying or confused. And now we know that that's a real phenomenon. That's actually pretty common. And I think it's just an area where we're still learning so much that conference that I went to in the Netherlands where I met dear Jackson. Great example of a place where there are people who are more interested in sort of spiritual potential of dreams and people who are coming at it from a more, biological perspective. Having a real symbiotic relationship you mentioned that journey dream. I mean, a lot of people with spiritual ideas, we put a lot of I mean before they die, and that sort of thing we put it's like the tunnel and all those sorts of things that come into people's minds, whether approaching death theater Barrett. The dogs and cats stream. Well, we can't interview them about their dreams. They they cycle through Rhames sleep. They, you know, they do some wolfing and moving in ways that look like they're dreaming. In fact, if they if they lose their paralysis, there's some experiments that were done in cats back in the nineteen eighties where they would lesion the area that paralyzes you daring ram sleep and the cat would.
"rhames" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz
"I usually wake up early and just lay in my bed on my phone for maybe forty minutes. I think that's a normal thing. Most people do right thirty forty minutes, usually till you get up. God. What else gonna do true and Remmel being the deepest sleep like not like Rhames Li like not moving not even a twitch just like dead pretty much dead. And then all of the sudden. Springs up out of nowhere. Like, why do we like? Like literally it scares me. There's been so many times I've dropped my phone. I had I'm not even kidding. And I'm genuinely scared, and I'm just I'm I've never seen. Anyone do that in my life? I ever I didn't know it was that weird till so you're literally will be dead asleep. It's like. The new spring out of bed and sit up so quickly. Battery money. Do you do this when I'm not here dude in the more? I have to like, I'm not kidding in the morning. I wake up early. I wake up like five to six AM rewarding. I like physically have to rush to my body out of bed. But I don't like play on my phone when I wake picture you by yourself too. Daisy. Did you hear me? I'm sure you've given a heart attack. So many times. He's so sick of me. It's not even funny. Someone needs to take away for a weekend. Oh my God. So that's a fun fact I guarantee no one knows. That's true. No one no one really has sleepovers. Well, fun game time, I want everyone. So if you're listening to this I'm looking at looking at you, I'm talking to you make sure that you put your health a priority. If that was your resolution, I am calling them out and also vitamins is part of that..
"rhames" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz
"This is in twenty fifteen I think our I was living on my own for the first time it was just easy. And I and I as we all know, I wasn't living healthy lifestyle. I was very seven sedentary. But even more within that my place with a pig sty twenty four seven as she told her this either day like casually because I thought that you had no idea it was so messy to the point where I could not walk without stepping on something. But if you know me now, that's all I was about to say, no judgment. If your places, I'm kinda messy too. But the fact of like when I go over to Rhames place, it's spotless. Like, you're never just on your phone Chilin. Like, you're always moving or doing dishes, you're cleaning up like you're always moving around. So I just thought that's how you've always been. Yeah. So when you told me that I was so surprised because I was like I didn't realize that a new thing. Yeah. When I would I would live in my apartment for literally like two weeks and not see the light of day. And even how we joke about how you can't sit still you're never home. Now that even makes more sense to me because now you probably have so much energy. And you're you're just like. Time. Yeah. That's I had no idea. Well, tying that back into me feeling like before I wasn't the the good and now great thing and the the nothing and good now, I feel like I always resonated the idea of like before and after with like, why aren't I like my old self? Where's my sparkle? I feel like I'm saddle the time. Why am I not happy? Why my messing up by my not succeeding? Whereas you pointed out, you're like the thing is you keep re like referencing this before you as like, so great. And all these things like there were definitely traits about me before that I've changed now that are better. It's not like a person before I was amazing and non like can I cause on this? Can I say like? Time ladies. You know what I mean? Like there are there traits before that I had that meeting was also what can be so toxic about social media as you have other people putting their opinions about you. And then that becomes your own truth thoughts, you know, they mean like, oh, I have changed. I'm like, yeah. You have changed. I'm like, I had no idea that your whole life has actually changed as far as like your daily routine, and you like going out in a bowel. And like that's something. Where I I think that's why I was so confused because it just bothers me seeing like, you know, if there's hate saying you've changed its this negative connotation rally. I'm like, no, you have an such positive ways. So and then myself relating to that too. You know, I haven't gone through a drastic weight loss. But when I look back at like myself a few years ago, you can even I feel you can even see it and my videos like I just felt like I was always so happy and like so optimistic and genuinely like there was always like some bad days. But overall, I was just going and grind in. And having like literally, I was just working like seeing France. And I was just so happy and people with. You're the same real life as you are online, and it made me so happy. 'cause I listen, I think that's literally why we get along. So I don't know where that like that little sparkle. I think it's naive nece. I think it's not being in touch with reality. I think it is kind of that. And like, obviously, not like we were purposely, avoiding anything. But I think now like taking off those glasses. It's kind of weird how you know. I feel like I'm not as optimistic as I used to be. And I used to see that as that used to be like, well, why am I why am I being so negative? Like, why why do why am I thinking this way? Like why? Where in reality. I think I've just grown up a little bit. You know, I don't think it's a bad thing for for quite a few months I- behind the scenes really beating myself up for losing part of my rose colored glasses because I think just we are home full type of people. So I think we always they're like those like half sunglasses right now. Those transitioning the late. The late wasn't halfway down..
"rhames" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"I would say gotta be pissed about that. He has to be. I would say for me. It's probably Ving Rhames Alec Baldwin. Yeah. Now Baldwin nominal in those fingerings been around the throughout wasn't in one of them, though. That's another one he was just not in have been moon. Yeah. Yeah. So bizarre. But and you can also make the argument that mission impossible was an existing franchise. It was a television show in the sixties. Watch those movies grave that song. Did remember that that mission impossible team Owings fucking freight? Yeah. There really little. Hokey stuff. Not that. I just like that. Staples of the mission impossible franchise, like the message just self destructs always find that so hokey, but I still making fun of it. Now, it's like what y'all are playing like Halloween with all these masks. It was super cool in the sixties. And now we're still hold on. We're the masks have big deal in the sixties the show or was it just like something they could pull off of the movie now, I think they they did it in the show too. I can't distinguish the avengers and mission impossible in my head. They're the same TV show. Too old imminently old British of injures and mission impossible and also all throw in wild wild west like those three shows, obviously, very different. But it's like the same show in my head. I couldn't tell you which one one from the other dude, I don't ask all the same everything. I don't like that avenger show because you can relate to this. Jeff, we grew up as comic book kids. Yeah. And we were just waiting for them to make any thing decent. They made the Batman movies. And that was great. And we had like one superman movie from the seventies. You know, but that was made for TV captain America move in like nine hundred eighty two I remember that Roger Corman fantastic for Rosh. Cobra fit four go back and watch that one. Although you may better fantastic form we since then they're really trying to make that that's a weird team of superheroes. But we were talking. Last week on the podcast, Chad. And I were talking about mysterious being in the new Spiderman movie and we like wondering on when we recorded on Monday. Do you think the put the fish bowl on his head? Do I don't know. What had happened? They like it was weird coincidence. We talked about the Monday Tuesday morning. The trailer comes out the Jake Jilin. Yeah. Joel which is like, you know, it's kind of weird already taking your do and your night crawler. I've not seen it. I've not seen it. I've heard good things and the new movie by the night people that starring him. I saw the trailer for that yesterday. I came remember it was call Bill velvet butterfly or something weird. Like that. What was it? They'll buzzsaw looks really interesting because another weird Jake Killinghall movie. Also, don't like him when I don't know. I can just find bugs me how much people rag on Maggie Jalen hall, like there's some people who just really don't like her. I don't get that either. I also people like, I think she's really pretty I don't know. I think like insulting about her looks let me she's really. Baggy if you're out there. Jeff single the guy who normally immortal your brother hundred was seventy one pounds now seventy pounds of pure Jeff Ramsey fight. Man. He's sarcasm and poor wit all AM. Yeah. I wanna read this other thing. People are bitching about spoilers in Spiderman trailer though, which we'll get to in. What am I doing? This episode received podcast is also brought to you by ring. Ring's mission is to make neighborhoods safer. You probably have seen their smart video doorbells and cameras to protect millions of people everywhere. Ring helps you stay connected to your home anywhere in the world..
"rhames" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"Would drinking glass of ice water? Be a good idea before bed. If you're not likely to get up and pee a good idea. Okay. Fair point that's bad for sleeping. And the last one is your right to darkness because we have lost our right to darkness. There is so much like. It's silly. Sometimes as mind boggling how we have lost our right to darkness, even in a modern house with the best architecture without a goods. I mean out says, yeah, good insulation that good dot cotton's. It's almost impossible to get darkness. Plus all these indicators all these lights on the phones on your appliances TV sectors that gave us, but it just up uninfected the study that came out so in that even one lakhs of light, which is a Cuban too bright moonlight on full moon. They put one night having that one Lux of light in some bedroom for some people can disturb their sleep. And so that's why it's betting put onto have that I to darkness if you. Cannot have doctors than maybe if bad off is sets or slipping mask will have. There are also studies that came out in nineteen ninety eight that helped to drive some of my sleep hacking experiments that that have been widely echoed on the internet now around blacking out in the room because the study in one thousand ninety eight looked at redden blue light on the back of the knee and found that it affected sleep. And they did a really good thing the sham light they had it was blinded. It was a properly done study. And they found changes Rhames leaves people got less deep sleep more Emslie from light exposure on the skin and the talk that I gave at the American Academy vantage medicine, I talked about the effects of blue lights specifically on parts of the eye that aren't the melon in receptors that control circadian rhythm, just on corneal thickness, and all but it also affects the skin by creating free radicals and the local circadian timing of the skin. If you have blue light on.
"rhames" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology
"Involve you can coach people to just wake up if they start, but it seems to be even more effective to have people come up with an alternate scenario on a kind of mastery dream, if if the nightmare starts, again, how would you like it to come out differently and psychologists kind of happened onto this technique because it happens occasionally spontaneously people have had a nightmare over and over and over about a real event. All of a sudden have this dream where someone comes and rescues them or they do fight off the or or or very dreamlike. Magical way the the whole traumas swept away, and they wake up feeling so much better. And so we found that some people in PTSD groups would hear somebody say, oh it used to have a nightmare until one night. I had this this other wonderful dream, and and just hearing that the next week a couple of other patients in the group would say they had. So now, we coach people to come up with an alternate scenario that they would like to see happen, and and kind of get an individual. I mean for the same sounding trauma. Some people would rather have someone rescue them. Other people would would rather like fight off some attacker themselves, a lot of sexual abuse survivors, would most like to tell off the abuser about why this was so wrong. And other people want very magical shrink the attacker the fire down, you know, to a quarter inch high. Dreamlike things. So once you come up with an alternate scenario you practice that at bedtime. This is again, another variation on dream incubation just telling yourself, you know, if my traumatic nightmare starts, I, you know, I want, you know, this scenario and picture, the alternate scenario, and in that that works for lot of people a lot of people have the alternate dream and the never the nightmare again. And then in the research study some people do that and the nightmare stop without their at least consciously recalling having the alternate dreams. So we don't really know if they have it and forget it, but it still serves its purpose or if simply the visualization of the scenario, you know, awake at bedtime has a similar effect or some people can is really fascinating that you have some control over this. I mean, if you tell yourself you money. The stream to stop reach a better conclusion. That's really fascinating. Yes. I mean, the the areas in our brain associated with memory are not quite as active, but they're certainly they're certainly somewhat awake. As we dream. So requests where dreaming mind? Do vary often get through it's not a one to one, you know, just ask for it. Once and you'll dream on this. Dream, but but it's it's very often effective, especially with repetition more than one night and moving onto to pets. Let's say you said animals mammals do go into Rhames sleep. But you know, if you've watched your your pet dog on the ground when their thoughts start falling asleep, my dog barks, and she can't twitches her legs that sort of thing. So it looks like they're dreaming as far as we can tell but so do animals dream, and how would we know if they do or don't? Well, that's very that's a very good question. I tend to assume that they do we know that that all mammals except cetaceans whales. Dolphins do not have rim sleep. They have the strangely where they sleep with one half of their brain at a time. But all while they're mammals have alternate between non rooms leap and rapid eye movement sleep and their brain has activity that looks very similar to ours. When we are dreaming. So I am willing to make the leap, and and say that I think that mammals are dreaming in whatever. Their elephants are mousy or dog year catty version of of that is some of my colleagues would not would not say that..
Ving Rhames Says Police Held Him at Gunpoint in His Own Home
"Immigration WBZ news time one nineteen democratic congressmen and civil rights hero John Lewis is in the hospital ABC's Michael Sidon is in Atlanta reporting that sources tell. Him Louis fell ill while on a flight to the city on Saturday we're being told that. Representative, John Lewis is recovering at. A local. Hospital we are told that he is doing well Louis was expected to speak at an event however he did not show we know that Lewis is seventy eight years old and his office releasing a brief statement saying quote Representative John, Lewis is in the hospital for routine observation. A spokesman also says Louis expects to be. Discharged from the hospital today no word yet on the congressman's. Condition or what caused him to be. Admitted actor Ving Rhames was recently held. At gunpoint in his own home by police officers who. Thought he was burglarizing the place police say they were responding to a, call from a neighbor police in Santa Monica California say two calls from neighbors Were about an African American man entering. A home and that they didn't think he. Lived, there officers arrived in. Minutes they say the immediately determined that the man inside was movie star Ving Rams and that, it, was. His house according to Rams get up open the. Door is a red, dot pointed out monthly he's from a nine millimeter. Ops say they walk with rains to meet his neighbors why is this coming up rains talked about it on the clay Cain show on Sirius XM radio on air promoting the new mission. Impossible movie Chuck Sivertsen ABC news a prominent lawyer who defended Yugoslavian leaders and notorious organized crime. Figures, has been shot and killed He was, killed eight, yesterday outside his home in Belgrade the twenty six year old son was wounded in the arm And he was part of the legal team that defended the Yugoslav president Milosovic at the UN tribunal in the Hague where he was tried. For war crimes of the Balkan wars, of, the nineteen nineties Milosivic died of a heart attack and twenty zero six before the end of the court proceedings Austin Texas may soon go by a different name officials suggested changing the city's name. After a new report by the city's equity. Office that identified monument streets and neighbourhoods named after confederates and slave owners the city got its name from slave owner Stephen f. Austin who is considered the father of Texas. And opposed efforts to abolish slavery in the state reportedly saying that freed slaves would become vagabonds and a nuisance renaming the capital of Texas would require a city wide election here, in Massachusetts, state officials have changed the name of Yawkey way to jersey street in light. Of former Red Sox owner Tom Yawkey and allegations of racism that trailed him following a flight over fight rather overweight Whether to sell it or keep it a valuable painting that hung unnoticed in a Massachusetts school for decades is coming back to town after. Eleven years in storage the piece by, Russian, artists Alexander I a- cuff left entitled Afghans will be returned to north Attleboro on Tuesday and displayed in the police station lobby the painting was donated to the town in nineteen fifty one and. Hung in a school until twenty seven when. A resident bought its value to the attention to officials brought its value rather the town wanted to sell it and use the money to fund art education it could have. Fetched as much as two million dollars at auction a relative of the donors objected saying the painting was a gift meant.