18 Burst results for "Rock Lee"

"rock lee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 4 months ago

"rock lee" Discussed on KOMO

"Turned into authorities by a Houston woman who's married to a murder suspect that had allegedly kept the big cat is a pet. No well all, Moretti is the director of an animal sanctuary in North Texas that will be taking care of India. Our goal is to provide him the best quality of life for the rest of his life. Rather than being confined in a house. You will be introduced into a half acre Naturally wooded habitat with a pool trees platform and a proper nutritious diet tigers not allowed within the Houston city limits without an exotic animal license. Dave Packer ABC News By Marina Rock injure with another co Moh extra. Sometimes the best remedies are the simplest ones, according to internal medicine Doctor Elizabeth Kaitlyn, her quite a few of them worked very well using duct tape to remove award, for example, works like a charm. You wanna put it on the war and you want to leave it on for about six days. You want to give it substantial time to kind of have like an inclusive property over that ward taken off. You want us to grab it? Then you want to reapply the tape again and leave it on for another six days and repeat this process, and chances are your mom or Grandma gave you chicken soup for a cold chicken. You don't actually increase the velocity of movement of the mucus in your nose better compared to hot water and better compared to cold water. So they're actually is sign that it may relieve some of that congestion of mucus and make you feel better. And if you have a cough, honey just might do the trick. So there are a lot of studies that found that giving a couple of teaspoons of hunting at night can actually Produce symptoms, reduce coffee and improve sleep. Another old home remedy is ginger. For when you're feeling queasy. There's a lot of data showing that it actually can be quite effective. The overall tent was that these are helpful medications before reaching for an herbal tincture or capsule, though. Or if you have a more serious illness or medical problem, Be sure to talk to your healthcare provider before trying home remedies. Marina Rock injure Combo News. The Apple Watch could eventually be a helpful tool for people with diabetes. Rock. Lee photonics of British startup acknowledges a deal with Apple to develop health related products. The company specializes in sensors, which track blood sugar, blood pressure and alcohol levels..

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"rock lee" Discussed on Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

05:10 min | 7 months ago

"rock lee" Discussed on Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

"Jake paul or the band aspirin on that bill. He's aligned with me. Couple of lost points may seventeenth. Looks like small crowd pretending on boris's roads road maps. And you go pretty soon. Gary sinise Good grades for everyone in the sooner we can have been crowds. That what she box in the for. Everyone i think the from the rural calls the bet from the people in the venue for the fences to other things. Fancy point to you and it might not be as we think. I love andrea war. Bit the fan boy for andre ward and i remember with them royston spectacles because actually some of the fossil surface would not that memorable. But i do the first couple of fire this stuff of in training recently. Just wander cannella become in the first undisputed hundred and sixty eight pound champion in four bel air. I think that's right i seen. Can i tweet that just wondering dre woods looking at that. Nothing would surprise me. Nothing would surprise me if he if he's not if he's not gonna put acapella where he's at. The moment against the people dribbled at twelve stein. Who wins oh my gosh. A main. i'm not gonna get a not gonna get carried away now. I don't i answer you know all oser. W. wsb's super series victories he be every styled in the encounter bait every style and the infamy. I truly believe he's at as a one one hundred sixty eight pounds. Allow the eighty era. Boxing he would be in any era fire. In fact he was a midway any era. that's that good Equally good woody. Bacon is the best thing is it's it's become fight right now. camilla's not come to the end of if cannella gets beaten but billie joe or kayla plant or anyone else one succeed. They definitely answers knows that carolina's career play out at this moment in time if they were to fight right now at a peaks. I'm still going woods interest. I think on what you see if we mustn't bring in about what they think went that other. And he's just indulge me. And unfortunately jim evans passed away Over the weekend. I think people in boxing will know judging people outside books in probably wouldn't aligned training brilliant. He's back garden in maidenhead. Leaves this world join. Georgina is beloved wife. Who lost a few years ago. I went to that funeral and just the amount as with airport not offer for jim was great robinson. Mine colleague was very very close with jim. The pleasure going down there few times when he let me awesome papal bull moving than could never do any trade down there because he would forever be tokyo. Boxing with the compensates had a widely missed and real real character. Boxing was lucky to have him Definitely Back in the day is oversee michael. Sprott michael Ehre jeff decree scholla's could fight as it produce becca net gardiner Israel boxing man is a real real box man and the the is being posed down to us to keep to keep that is passionate about Being down to us as boxing minutes to keep that passion noting that people forget about team Competition again to how much he loved the game. How much she was. Open to the lights of andy. Scott gains into April i'd say. Hey and challenge me to heating clean over three minute. Rounds april smoking brewery as round as a pro called chris rock lee. You had a fifty fifty regular trade. And jim said you just keep telegraph which brian throwing it and he sits next one throat as chin- building a go ahead go up the ball. The ball left imprint grouse. It's company an bravo. Yeah james jim nothing. Brief books like dominated the domestic saved trading out of the ship. It'd be miss. Well that brings us to the end of this week. Show so thank you for listening to members racing. My thanks to any real saw gary as most everyone listening catcher again next week and gary. Hopefully we'll have him back also..

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"rock lee" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"rock lee" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Ash this is a a nine seven the answer forty four degrees and thighs are clear what's going on we have the answer pop rock Lee County have arrested a suspect in a machete attack a rabbi's home the orthodox Jewish public affairs council said the attack happened just before ten PM Saturday during a Hanukkah celebration in Monte when the suspect begin randomly stabbing people at least five of them were hurt governor Andrew Cuomo directed the C. police hate crimes task force to immediately investigate the incident New York attorney general's office is monitoring that situation and we did there is zero tolerance for acts of hate of any kind sitting with the Jewish community meanwhile the NYPD is also tightening up their security following the recent uptick in anti semitic incidents there but at least nine recent alleged hate crimes in the past two weeks in New York City the NYPD has deployed a visible and growing presence around Jewish houses of worship on the streets in communities like Williamsburg crown heights and borough park New York radio legend don Imus is dead at the age of seventy nine he died Friday morning at a hospital in college station Texas I missed a bet on New York City radio for nearly fifty years prior to his retirement in twenty eighteen and sports on the ice Rangers that for auto five four in overtime on the hard court the Knicks defeated Washington one hundred seven the one hundred the nets lost the use the one oh eight to ninety eight check your forecast mainly clear skies overnight low thirty five will have rainy weather through tomorrow night highs around fifty when will be steadiest overnight Sunday into Monday lows near forty Tuesday showers and some afternoon sunshine as possible would be breezy with a high going up to fifty degrees and checking your traffic belt parkway foundational road accident knock that two lanes we also have some good news on ocean parkway accident investigation has wrapped up its all re opened at Brighton beach Avenue both.

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"rock lee" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"rock lee" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"What sent right that would rock Lee hello there was going out his hair fell out actually was here all day and bag T. nine four two eight one of the biggest yes this is a dog those in two weeks almost ninety six one a few days and this is why is one eight he is in pain has shipping price right nine two eight one nine four to one of her life I. T. live radio dot I'm all for it that you all you it the only and being in I mean he and nine five eight our own and I'm Lamar what if you want to know I the people moving on the aren't we would be with we can't today I what he at E. or out if the new and you do you yeah and one thing that animal like a all you it during the call okay the light or line up and you feed my let I think I often have to look Hey love warm color my you know what learn I'm the old with I think people of color yeah Hey animal when I'm not with in a yeah I hope you're with log on Aug more obvious yeah yeah thank you for that didn't how ever and and all of we're told you three and right where animal and while we're on the thank you so much more normal I'd worry for me so you had only really we're a little in part Frank meant only one thing your hair care the but you know and right payment well all that you know about old burn or it yeah well really right right so simple but in a way to go right work with a lot of with one of yeah or using it one of the in eighty eight you know where you know you can any animal being reading and which is where you got it so you can Hey hello you why and but I celebrate animal can our in he one the European Hey you know I've I think that you it also are we I I would your if this is the median it's not every man only on live radio library live life hello welcome to I'm here with me the.

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Not All Hydropower Is Climate Considerate

60-Second Science

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Not All Hydropower Is Climate Considerate

"Solar wind hydropower. These renewable energy sources are all much better for the climate than fossil fuels right well yes for wind solar but it turns out that the picture for hydropower power is more complicated than we think. A new study by the Environmental Defense Fund analyzed the climate impacts of one thousand five hundred hydropower facilities disabilities across the globe. That accounts for about half of hydropower generation worldwide the researchers looked at whether facility behaves as greenhouse. US guests sink or as a source to figure this out. The invested all the different components that help determine hydropower facilities greenhouse gas emissions. There's so many factors that contribute to greenhouse gas emissions from hydropower but essentially the majority of greenhouse gas emissions arise from the reservoir itself as vegetation and soils are submerged under water in the dam that is used for the hydropower generation Elissa Arco a senior climate scientists at the Environmental Defense Fund and Co author of the study as submerged vegetation decays it releases methane missing or co two the larger the surface area of the reservoir the more greenhouse gases that are going to be emitted from that reservoir. You're also the temperature plays a role as well how warm the reservoir is will affect how much greenhouse gases are produced and emitted from the reservoir through their analysis on her co author. Steven Hamburg also with Environmental Defense Fund Fund discovered that the climate impacts of hydropower. Run the gamut the good news. Is that some facilities perform just as well as wind and solar but shockingly rocking Lee more than one hundred facilities are actually worse for the climate than fossil fuels the studies in the Journal. Environmental Science and technology does cleaning. Doesn't mean we should forget about hydropower. But we just need to be careful to make sure that we have climate benefits. There are a lot of situations where hydropower our can be on par with wind and solar. So it really depends on the accessibility.

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"rock lee" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"rock lee" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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"rock lee" Discussed on theblerdgurl

theblerdgurl

13:52 min | 2 years ago

"rock lee" Discussed on theblerdgurl

"What comics do that hype feeling that you get right where we say that we tell stories that make you hyper Bob being yourself when you get that hype? It doesn't just stop once you finished with the chapter you immediately walk into your community and you're you're a hero for them. So for young people around the country not only are we telling these stories and showing them that they're okay and showing them ways that they can be positive live in the world. We're actively putting our money where our mouth is giving them opportunities to do that is absolutely amazing. Now this organization <hes> piece I write are they funding you earn company or your company is weird enough. <hes> A for profit <hes> so we're we're a hybrid organization okay so we have some for profit parts of work that we do so for example when we work on our platforms and the comic and stuff like that that's for profit were selling that <hes> but I'm also at different schools around the country all the time we directly do workshops where we go hang out in schools and let kids know all the amazing things that they can do and that's kind of funded to our nonprofit <hes> since I started reared enough when I was a junior <hes> we've raise a little bit under a million dollars to change the world with comics that amazing now how did you was that like kickstarter. Essien private funding was at like investors so it started off with grants when I was developing weird enough. We were developing the the comment so we're developing the content. The idea was never hey. Let's make another comic and put out another comet because there are lots of comics right. They're a bunch of people that are putting got new comics every day and I love them. I read them but for us it was about how do we tell a story in leverage. The power that we know stories have to create a measurable positive impact on the world and the communities where our readers are so so we started looking for grants. The first bit grant that we got was an eighty thousand dollar grant from the echoing Green Foundation in New York. I got it two days before I graduated from college. I had a job offer from another media company that I won't name sitting on the table and <hes> my mom was like you've had to take that job. What are you talking about job right and we're still waiting on the call? I was like I. I don't know we interviewed. I WanNa see maybe because echoing green really opened the door for me. So for context teach for America right like National Network of teachers going into going into specific communities was started as an echo in green project van Jones some of the first funding owning the he received a Susan Echoing Green Fellowship Michelle OPA Sell Obama was also an inequity in green fellow so in the movie southside with you when she's talking about that work that she's doing man like that community organization she's starting that organization was was funded by echoing green in her early stages echoing Green's whole thing is we identify the leaders of tomorrow today and when I was in college with maybe like five hundred bucks that we want from a pitch competition in this massive idea that we can use media to make the world better echoing green took a chance on me and that was that was that was kind of how we got our SARS so starting off with grants. We took a bunch of time figuring out. How do you make a comic in a way that sustainable because my my opinion is at the comics industry is in like a weird place right now where the ways that we support our work in the ways that we compensate artists in the people that we have the privilege? Collaborating with I feel like they need to change. I feel like our artists can be treated better. I feel like riders can be treated better. We'll yeah I also I also think that an and I yell about this a lot because we really need to also change the skull we we are so busy trying to look at these two companies marvel and DC and the platform is more than just like you didn't. Have you know you weren't going down to the Comic Book Shop Technically Know What he has to go to the con- bookshop now like it's all online you can buy you can read a bunch of comments about leaving. Your House drives me nuts. How many people like yes I can only get my comic in the Comic Book Shop and I'm like why only or I'm GONNA do? I'm GONNA do a kickstarter for my I pitch video you know make the pitch video when you talk about how did use the kickstarter to help fund all eleven episodes of whatever you're trying to do like division. The visit for Weird enough is that we want to be the COM Company of the twenty first century and I think that the future of comics I think is diverse. I think is global and I think as technology enable because marble in D._C.. Or some of the most financially successful for people to ever do it to ever do it in both of them have financial troubles now. Are you like President C._E._O.. Chief Cook and bottle Washer of weird enough productive or do you have a board of so I'M I. I had everything right. So are we on our nonprofit site. We have a board with that. Board is one that's directly aligned with the vision that's directly aligned with the mission and for the most part they just trust me right so legally at any given point in time I bore for the nonprofits I could go you know maybe we need to find somebody else to do this but they trust me right on the on the four prophesy I'm I'm Founder C._E._o.. And I I have direct say in final no word over over how everything goes. You're how old now I heard twenty five a couple of weeks ago. Okay so happy belated birthday so let's get this shape. You weren't twenty five years old. You Are C._E._O.. Of A hybrid Kabuki Entertainment Educational Company you have a board of directors. You have not done kick start. You've got your money in grants okay so the next thing I'm GonNa need you to do is teach a class because there's people twice stories that I haven't figured out how to do that. You'RE GONNA need to set up win it up and I'll give you this weird enough productions or weird enough university where you teach people to do what you knew nothing anniversary. I won't even charge you for that one. I won't even charge you for that. We get no what you're doing is phenomenal. I don't understand when you sleep like I'm literally GonNa get off his pack as rethink my life choices. I don't understand how you're getting all the time. I really appreciate my team. We have a team of heavy hitters on the joke. The joke that I tell is when we talk about the uncommon as I say if you take the comments and the X men and the Justice League and put them all on the same shelf I am so confident in the Commons that the only reason the X. men and the Justice League are going to get picked up I is because they've been around for decades. If all three of US came out today we blow him out of the water. That's how confident I am and what we do and the reason I'm that confident is because I have an amazing team full of amazing artists and writers and engineers that put their heart and soul blood sweat and tears into making sure that what we do is something that can compete with companies that have thousands of employees even though they're there's only eight of us. I saw you reach out for creators the other day. You weren't looking for great and you think you're higher wrote this book with his child on here. Hiring people okay so you're you you are actively hiring comic book creators Josh Earnest so at the time we were looking for a communications coordinator so someone help us run our to help us when our social <hes> as of today that position has been filled. We got three hundred twenty five applicants in like today. That's amazing. Thank that's ridiculous so much of the point that we picked two people. There are two people that I interviewed I really like but when when we do hire we're our instagram. Were at weird enough. Reductions in our twitter were at weird enough H._Q.. We put out that information all we always put it out to our community for people to see it but this is one of the ways where I feel like. I'm really happy that we're changing the industry because we hire our first artists when people looked at the job description. They thought that they thought that it was a scam because when I hire you I don't hire you freelance. I offer you a salary in benefits to come draw comics where you know exactly how much money you're going to be making for the year. It's not hey go do this six issues and then good luck find another job. I am literally giving you stable employment above average salary to come on saying yeah like pay like most artists for people who are living donor how this works most comic Book Artists Get paid a page rate and it depends on what you think your rate is different whether or not your pencil or inker colorist whatnot you do all of it cover artists <hes> I know several people who are just cover artists because get made paid more as a cover artists and they can do more covers less amount of time and make that change <hes> so the fact that you're actually giving somebody a salary and I don't <hes> insurance benefits that does that <hes> that that is that's why people thought it was a joke because it's literally relatively unheard of and absolutely unheard of that a twenty five year old black man is like out here doing it because when you the way that we've managed to set up our company and our vision and what we wanna due allows us to tell stories that the world needs in a way that is impactful not just in the book but in people's communities in the lives of our readers and the students that we get to work with through get media lit and it makes us as profitable in a way that we can invest in our creative team and support our artists and value them in the way. I think they need to be value in that for me. Makes me feel like we got a really good formula. Going my last question is if I'm a kid or a mom or or a dad listening to this where can kids and or their parents. <hes> you know sign up to draw or write or offer. You know you said you had these monthly call outs for stories. We're we're can they do that. Where can they SA- were at our site? You can find a set h q dot weird enough productions dot com on that's where you go if you WANNA get plugged in Lincoln on all things h q what I do want to point out is that the uncommon in general most of our readers ages twelve to eighteen so <hes> in that range right so normally when we say kids like teenagers kids but they also don't think about themselves as kids right but it took twenty five yards. My Kid is a twenty five year. I'm like yelling. Get off my law and you get off the lot. Jimmy Redesign ages twelve to eighteen so it's not ah the something where if you're older than the age of eight you're not GonNa have fun. It's actually it's actually built for those people right so it's built for people that are that are teenagers at a young people the same people that are out here making all these amazing in fan fiction and fan are on tumbler that are posting all these cool videos on tick tock like come to us like where your people your community and we can go to the same website those of us who want to just by the comment or and is it issue by issue like gaming physical printed comics or these are all digital. We're all we're all digital and we do new issues every other week so marvel in D._C.. You gotTa pull up on once a month for me. Every fourteen days I have a new twenty a two page fully colored chapter for you and and your we're buying one by one or is it like three ninety nine a month or.

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"rock lee" Discussed on theblerdgurl

theblerdgurl

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"rock lee" Discussed on theblerdgurl

"Check out the gunshot today and I really appreciate the support now back to the show. Let's talk about weird enough productions a little bit now. When I I got wind of what you were doing I was seeing you are comics <hes> you we sound and shown me the uncommon and tell me a little bit about the on Commons a so the Commons is our it's our first comic and it's also Kinda? The the king appoint for our universe <hes> it is about a group of hesitant heroes leap into action when one of them predicts the end of the world <hes> so our main character and also the leader of the team Iris Iris <hes> is this young west African girl <hes> who she has ocular ability so she can see really cool stuff with her is. I'm so she can see like yet. I saw that Little Manga <hes>. I don't know if you've ever watched a blood blockade battlefront. I was like wait. Wait that I've seen those eyes completely inspired by Leonardo Watch right like I remember watching glow blockade battlefront and being like I have never thought about this as an ability before that looks amazing saying I love I absolutely love show and I need. I need my third season. I need them to hurry Al Green every every character in that show I love the way that they decentralize the storyline and everybody gets a shiny and get to see people have fun. <hes> <music> I remember watching that show and I saw that ability in particular and I was like that is really cool. <hes> what would happen if we tweak that a bit <hes> so yeah because she and her ability isn't she doesn't have the eyes of the Aussie obviously obviously see she has the ability to see energies details and outcomes like that's her those are things so she can look at someone and pick up like heat signatures if your Heart's beaten fast something like that she'll catch it <hes> details details so she can see really small texts or letters or different details on them on different objects and outcomes uh so if pap ability yes but are like trajectory. I guess it'd be better more so someone throws something at her. She you can track the trajectory of that item know whether she needs to move out of the way or not and if she doesn't move out of the way she has something called dangerous sense where her body speeds up to account for the danger that she's in to get her out of the way <hes> irises capable of showing rolling like super strength of superspy but only in occasions where she is directly in like imminent danger it only kicks in when that happens like adrenaline has to be at a certain level exactly okay so chapter. One of the uncommon ends where we open our story is that Irish has had a vision which ironically for someone that has specialized iris can't normally see the future have permissions. That's not something that only happens to her for the last few months. She's been having this vision kind of this oncoming calamity at the end of every vision she sees the were resurgence and that is her only context for anything that is going on. She doesn't know what the word resurgence means. She hasn't no of where this evil is coming from and she doesn't even know where it center but she knows she needs to do something to stop it and the uncommon is story of her going and building a team of people in order to in order to make that happen which I think is everyone powerful in the sense that it was really important to me that a black woman was leading the team. If you WANNA talk about people with vision normally have sums going to be dangerous black women. Who are the people that noticed that I often say on this spot gas which is listened to black women one hundred listen to because if there's anything that's you gotta be dangerous? If there's anything that could potentially cause harm normally there is a black woman somewhere going no no do the what I saw as your description and when you were listed as forms thirty eight hundred thirty <hes> with twenty seven twenty eight to twenty eighteen just last year amazing congratulations they were not to talking about your your kind of book but they were also talking about your work to use your company to educate so are are you a compost company or are you are you working in. The schools helped me like break it down for me so we're a comic book company. <hes> what what we're not productions is what our aim is is that we wanna be just as big as a D._C.. Or Marvel with our stories however the thing that Kinda makes us special is that we know that the impact that stories can have so we make sure that our comics don't stop win. The chapter ends so breakdown <unk> kind of how that works so we put the comments on this platform called Weird Enough H. Q. and what we say at H.. Q. Is that we're building the world's first open source comic universe so I made so not only do people show. Show up and read about the comments learn about the comments right and read the stories we directly invite people into the world to add ideas that become canon in a part of the lore we believe in diversity so much that we are willing to decentralize lies are creative structure so that our audience in our community has a direct impact on the stories that are being told how our world grows so. Let's break down in Layman's terms if I want if I love one of your characters and I decide I want to write a chapter chapter about a write fan fiction. I can submit that yes so so every every month we have targeted challenges <hes> for where people directly ask for the world so for example in issue number. One of the uncommon Irish Irish goes to a place called Delta City where there's a big area called the Grand Plaza. It's really similar to Times Square. The first writing talents that we did was the Grand Plaza has twenty stores in it. I don't know what any of them are. What are the twenty stores source and you get young people submitting ideas for like Oh? I think this store should be here. It's a sports company because obviously these people need to be athletic of one person submitted an idea for a store that is actually like Canon and if you look look in chapter on you can see it's call <hes> mythos it does is a sore where they take costs play retire and make it socially acceptable to wear so if you want to dress like a pirate mythos oh have like a nautilus line of clothes. That's like socially accessible pirate where where you have on your eyes and your jackets and things like that and that's something that's actively in the world with a minute fund that store in real life though I know Ba cal fire it's like business. The low key middle's thing real abut people get to people get to submit their ideas to become a part of Canada and we do different challenges every month where sometimes it'll be. What's the location or sometimes <hes> how what what what do you think about this? Geographic area. Delta City has twelve districts and we've seen district one and district to buy what about districts three through twelve. What's in there? What are those entail? <hes> we do head cannon competition so echo is one of our characters and echo has enhanced hearing abilities. Someone's hit candidate submit it was I think he wears earmuffs when he sleeps because if he can hear really well it might be hard for him to sleep in a noisy city so he wears your Matt makes perfect sense or sensory deprivation saying but you know whatever's easy now now this I mean this is amazing because not only are. Are you putting on a comic. That's entertaining. You're allowing the public and specifically young people kids to be to be involved in the process now my next question then is how are you paying for. All this like is it. Is it <hes> a subscription option based model or you five at once three. Do you have things for teachers like how how you how you doing this so we take all of the stories and all of the cool stuff that we do on H.. Q. And we partner them with lesson. Lesson plans and activities for teachers to use in schools. Were not an education company but I think that media has an unprecedented power to teach people things like I wholeheartedly believe that what you learn outside of the classroom is more. Eh what you learn inside of the classroom like for me. I said I wasn't Naruto Fan. During my darkest hour the thing that kept me here was rockabilly like Rockley as what man oh I'm going to start worrying about what I can't do and I'm going to focus on what I can do and get really good at that and focus on loving myself in the thing that I do bring to the world like you know how many people like have picked a more tidbits from Uncle Iro from avocado last air better than they have like an actual dual counselor therapist's when when I did a I did a I was lucky enough to interview the <hes> the Voice of all might for my who academia and the fact that he was he saying that he sees on kids and families like because decker APU is all of us my hero academia episode to do you can be a hero. Even if I don't have a court game sense you too can become a hero cheers every time they go time. It gets me right because it does something it speaks to us so our idea is what if we took the stories that we know have an impact on people and we made it easier for teachers to implement in the classroom so let's take the story of beyond comments where Iris See something thing in the world that she think needs to knit she thinks needs to change and takes us so forward to change it and let's partner that with the lesson plan around agency and self confidence so now as a teacher you can be in the classroom in a set of saying open up your textbook. You say Hey Rita's comet and kids. Read the comic and get to talk about what did you see in your community that you feel like needs to change your stimulating their critical thinking skills exactly we partner the comics to <hes> acttivities around literacy and social emotional learning those things help kids be heroes in their own right so <hes> we we have that platform it's called media lit and we use that to work with schools and that is an acronym for learn inquire transform US learning inquire around that critical thinking in that literacy component but in transform were actively turning kids into hero so we have a partner organization called the piece I foundation on. They're really cool folks based out of Boston <hes> and they love to see young people doing cool stuff so much that they are willing to put their money where their mouth is and supporting young people so around the country there are schools in fourteen states that are using our comics in the classroom every young person that is using our platform platform in the classroom that has an idea for a way that they wanna make their community better the piece I foundation steps up in partnership with us and gives them a two hundred fifty dollar. Mini grants ago grow in pursue their idea so if you're if you're a middle schooler and you're like homelessness is a big issue in my community. I want to.

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"rock lee" Discussed on theblerdgurl

theblerdgurl

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"rock lee" Discussed on theblerdgurl

"It really wasn't wasn't until I was in college that I really found found my footing because I was yeah like watching anime reading Manga and listening to Metallica and it didn't make any sense it. It's fascinating that you're telling me like you grew up in a black community and we're we're still sort of going through some of the things I was going through and I grew up in the white community so that that's fascinating to me. There are so many varying experiences right there are so many varying experiences that young people of color especially young black people people are having in this country emperor comics to be a place where we can go and imagine new worlds and tell new stories. I don't see those stories being told and I'm passionate about it number one because I think there's a potential it makes him really amazing stuff but also because I know what happens first-hand was somebody doesn't have that thing that they can go. Look at it and see themselves so so for me. It was when I was in middle school. I got moved like I said I'm in Atlanta. Atlanta is the places I was were predominantly black until I got to Middle School Rog. I moved to a school about <hes> that took me each day about two hours from my house where now we're now one of the only black students in the school alison magnet program so even my other black peers that were in the school they were in most of them. Were in a different academic team so I saw them in the hall but I didn't take classes with them. I ended up in classes. Were there like maybe out of twenty kids two or three black students students and not only am I bullied by peers by teachers are looking at me sideways like so literally I'm I'm literally the first comic writer to ever be on the Forbes thirty under Thirty Award Winning Comic Writer now in Twenty nineteen right in the seventh grade. I wrote a paper for my teacher. She accused me of plagiarism. She read it again. No that was that was gay daily for me. I had somebody I had everybody in the class had failed except for me and I'd gotten something like a ninety five or ninety six and she accused me of cheating and I said to her point blank with who you said everybody failed whose paper my looking at whoever was done and I'm I'm sorry that you went through that. I wish I could say that that no longer happens but I talk to people every day. <hes> when I was in middle school the place where I kinda hit my like lowest point is that <hes> when when I was in the seventh grade the item to suicide I didn't I didn't feel like who I was as a person with something that has value in feel like my existence was one that was worth anything right in part because I have my classmates and my literal. All teachers looking down on what I'm doing and when I go look at all these fantasy worlds where every where the hero's journey is taking place and everyone is imagining this amazing thing that they can be. I don't see a lot of people that look like me. <hes> and I thought that it was the individual me problem. I thought it was a Tony thing but I when I got to school in College. I ended up in an elementary school. Mentoring a young person that had almost the exact same issue in the fourth grade wasn't seeing people that looks like him and he wasn't seeing characters at display that displayed the type of person that he wanted to be and it was really there that I said okay we. There's a problem here. Wait is this. Is this Nazir Yes sir okay. I was GONNA ask ask you about him okay. I knew I knew that name it something but I wanted you to to gap so this is first of all just WanNa take a moment. Thank you for sharing that because that's a very personal story and you do not have to do that so thank you for sharing that with us and we're very glad that you're still here so as a part of one of my classes we we did community service will go to the elementary to a local elementary school in we are supposed to tutor students. I remember sitting in the room when they were walking. All of the students in in zero was like the only black student in his class of an olive and also the only black student in my class at it calmed a like mentor the kids and as soon as he walked in. I was like cinema over here. Come all and I was supposed to be a tudor right few so let's talk about math and science and helping them remember a social studies dates. He only wanted wanted to talk to me about cartoons that was all he wanted to talk about and the joke joke. Did I tell I was supposed to talk to him about cartoons but he knew that I had opinions on it so when you come you sit down in front of me he goes hey. Did you see the new Bintan. Intend like you knew I had seen it. You knew the answer was yes. When you came over here and you know I have opinions on this kind of stuff <hes> and that was his whole world that was all he was thinking about and one day we had had a conversation and he said I like getting the talk about this with you because I don't know any other people that like this kind of stuff and it meant something to me right you need you need somebody that you can talk to which was happy me to be there on Halloween coming out I asked him if he was going to dress as his favorite superhero and he's like Oh i WanNa be been which context been tens whole outfit is literally like a green jacket some jeans and a watch he goes? I can't be been because because I don't look like him. I'm going to address the C._J.. From grand theft auto oh no no no no no no no no no no. He's GonNa just do that. Basically dead killed and steals cars cars. My whole thing apart of the conference will sounds like number one. You're the fourth grade. Will you know about grand theft auto and that's exactly what I was gonNA. Ask you next like where is your mother would have been my next question C.. J. Isn't even from the most recent grand anthem auto so you had to have gone back back he he went he went through his uncle's dashes that right. You need something else that you can look towards that. You can aspire to but believe it or not at that time I I still hadn't thought okay. I need to go ahead and like make a company. It didn't really hit me that I needed to do something until twenty fourteen when Michael Brown happen like when when when Ferguson happened that was when I knew that I needed to do something because Ferguson happens and I'm on a predominantly white college campus black lives matter is in full swing and my classmates on my campus are cross into the different side of the street to Oh boy me at night. It hit like a fever pitch for me it. It hit a point where I said listen. Okay something needs to be done about. This and I feel so strongly about this. I need to be the one to do it. <hes> a joke that I tell is that when I was in school I'm a really big Michael Jordan fan and he inspires me to point round like I wanna be like you like I wanna work with you. I WanNa be on your level. So when I was in school I would. I would say like Michael Jordan. I'm coming good for you. I'm coming for you. You better be ready. I see you got that role. You better be happy because once I enter this. I'm in school right now. But what's I enter the market you you'd better be careful. Start them looking for you and I was like in coming to this realization that I need to do something. I need to start. This in. My first thought was immediately. Michael is lucky I need to go save the world because man.

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"rock lee" Discussed on theblerdgurl

theblerdgurl

16:30 min | 2 years ago

"rock lee" Discussed on theblerdgurl

"N. D. dot com slash the blurred girl okay now one of the biggest things that's been announced announced in tech so far is the fact that facebook is coming up with its own or has developed its own cryptocurrency. It's called Libra and I'm laughing because I'm a huge blood brock blockade battlefront fan and if if you're a fan of that anime you know why libra is funny so it's called Libra and it's more like I don't know it's more like van Mo- unless like bitcoin basically you deposit a certain amount of money into your account and exchange it for libra coins coins or lever dollars basically and then you can buy things online at participating companies. Presumably these are companies that are already putting their dollars into facebook now. There's a libra reserve made up of basically the U._S.. Dollar the Japanese Yen British pound and the euro. I guess this is they're seen as the least volatile of currency right now and basically this is real real lemons terms. It's overseen by a Libra Association Council now. The thinking is no matter what happens in the market. The libra will stay stable. These association members make money off the interest leftover after their operating costs are coverage covered which could basically become exorbitant as more people participate the pain and also it is somehow and I haven't figured this out yet but I do know how the interest is also subtly tied into facebook ads so there's GonNa be a real big push also for more people to put money into facebook ads because I think that's going to be helping to fund the Reserve. It all sounds very dystopia and I know and there is definitely a risk. There's apparently currently no regulation over anybody making APPs for libra which could clearly people getting ripped off if it's not like a facebook branded I guess APP on the upside. The currency's low raised and and berries of entry will make it easier for people in countries in areas where there aren't banks to rely on things like Western Union and stuff like that to keep more of the money that essentially them because there aren't high percentage rates and things that are associated with basically sending money 'cause you're actually also not sending money. They're not they don't have to go someplace and pay for their cash that they're picking up and then literally like walk away with it and potentially get robbed because of carrying thousands of dollars in cash. It's literally going to be libra. <hes> and it's all in their phones. So you lose your phone. You can just get another phone and you'll oubre libra account stays intact so we'll see I don't know what do you think libra let me know on the comments so up next my interview with Tony Weaver junior of weird enough productions he's going to talk about his comics and his company and what he's building. Don't he's really amazing like I've mentioned he's been in the Huffington Post. He's given Ted talks. Check out my interview with Tony. We Virginia.

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"rock lee" Discussed on theblerdgurl

theblerdgurl

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"rock lee" Discussed on theblerdgurl

"To the show now the biggest news coming out of the Comic Book Community recently is the fact that Vertigo DC comics imprint that created the classics one Hundred Bullets Preacher Sandman Trans Metropolitan. They're shutting down for good as of twenty twenty now. The imprint prince started in one thousand nine hundred three to publish basically more adult content that wouldn't pass the Comics Code Authority Franz Purposes. That's really why did it. The C._C._A.. was basically a organization that started in the fifties as a way for the comic book industry to sort of self regulate and police the police itself without the government getting involved and I'm saying was because by twenty eleven the entire comics authority was basically defunct because nobody was listening to them anymore. I bring that up because that it is one of the reasons D._C.. Gave four shuttering vertigo now mainstream comics are much more adult. I mean hell DC. Comics themselves basically made Batman full-frontal last year so no D._C.'s not going to you basically reboot vertigo again is basically going to change its offerings to follow more of what indie publishing companies have been doing for years. They're going to break the publishing up by age. Group kids comics middle. It'll grade. Why a adult etcetera now? It's funny because I have a theory behind this. I can't help thinking that this has something to do with what I call. Pam's first day of the Pam I'm referring to is PAM. Gifford Pamela Gifford is assistant who basically was appointed as the new head of Warner Brothers. Let me see I want to get her title Right Warner Brothers Global Brands and experiences last year. This is after the A._T.. And T. takeover of both Warner Brothers N._B._C.. The opponent gave her control over D._C.. Comics and the DC E._U.. Now her first day or at least the first week on the job was the same week that the aforementioned Batman damned number one. That's literally the name the Comic Batman Damned which is part of the new it was part of a new DC black label specifically created for mature readers <hes> dropped now Batman damned number one was by Brian has a role and Lieber Mayo and it was the first last comic in a series that had ever prominently featured Dick and I don't mean grace it yep that is the one that had the controversial panel in which Bruce removes his suit in his room and we see him a shadow auto of his bat junk as called online needless to say of course that we the Internet loss it. I don't know what it did for sales but I can tell you what it did for that comic that run is now a collector's item because Pampa the brakes on the entire higher line and had that issue reprinted with the bat junk obscured but not for she tore the creative team a new one according to reports on comics beat so ever since then the entire line and many comics have been the entire actually black legal line in many comics have been rethought think about it. Pam Job is to look at DC comics and all of the Warner Brothers from digital perspective so not just from the perspective of just four or five guys in an office in L._A.. So it's pretty smart of her to restructure picture if they're thinking of lights saying things like toys and theme parks the way that Disney marvel does if they want to I guess stay competitive so in a way that is my take. I think it's I think this conclusion Asian which is Vertigo being shuddered at the beginning of twenty twenty kind of started when Pam took office and was confronted with like basically angry parents yelling at the company that why should their child have to look at that junk anyway so the Matrix the Matrix is back in the news because the Matrix might be reloading again the which Hausky sisters are both rumored to be working on a new script for Matrix four and yes. I saw the jokes online this matrix two because people are ignoring me everything after magic one but it's rumored that Michael Jordan might be playing the lead so if he is I wonder who's GonNa play. I mean clearly neo type character but I wonder if they're going to make him a descendant of Zion's greatest <hes> tank dozer link remember them link was played by Harold Harold Parreno in Matrix two and three. We'll have to see but I did notice that if you notice Zion most of the people in Zaire Brown people so it would make sense if there was a brown person leading leading the rise of Zion again now the other rumor rumoured casting. I should say that in the news this week is the Shanxi casting and that is another marvel comics that is being adapted for the screen. It's funny because marvel is finally getting themselves together and casting Asian lead foam. I guess it took them seeing the success of things like Black Panther and crazy rich Asians. I guess I don't know it's really strange but they're doing what we've been yelling for for a long time and they're rumored to be talking to legendary martial arts star Donnie Yen <hes> who is apparently being considered for an older role. I don't think he's being considered for Shanxi. Most of you remember him as the blind monk from rogue wet but I've been a fan of yen's for years from it meant to iceman talk to in the line of duty if you don't know what any of these argo to his I._M._D._b.. Page and then sit down this weekend and watch some real fight scenes. He's been considered along with Ludi Lin. Ludi was the black ranger in the rebooted rebooted power rangers movie in two thousand seventeen. He was in command. I cannot remember the name of the character he was unrecognizable. NOCCO man but most recently he starred in the first episode of the new season of black mirrors striking vipers actually talked about that in the last last episode he was Ri- You knock off inside the game. No idea what role he's GonNa play or they're gonNA play but I know that lane has been actively lobbying pretty hard for the Shanxi title role. I'm thinking considering his age. They probably want to play the mandarin or maybe cheese father or maybe they will as marvel as the M._c.. You does blend the two characters together and give them both. I don't know but we'll have to wait and see I also think I think they should probably not call him the mandarin but that's just me. I don't know I just it sounds kind of raises. It's kind of like the Oriental which would be bad. It's very bad don't do that. What do you think of this recent casting news using Michael? We'll be joined should be neo. How about Changji? Who's you play it? Should it be should it be Ludi Lin. You've never vote Lemme on the comments and I will be right back with some techniques.

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"rock lee" Discussed on theblerdgurl

theblerdgurl

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"rock lee" Discussed on theblerdgurl

"You're twenty five years old. You Are C._E._O.. Of A Hybrid Comic Book Entertainment Educational Company You have a board of directors. You have not done kickstarter. You've got your money soon. Grants okay so the next I'm GonNa need you to do. is teach a class everybody. I'm Carol Horn and this is the blur girl podcast on this podcast. I sit down with Tony Weaver Junior. The young founder of weird enough productions. It's an Indie comics publisher and company that he started in college but we're enough isn't just a car company and Tony. He isn't just a comic book Creator. The first time I saw Tony it was when I was doing a youtube search and his Ted talk popped up and I was fascinated. I was like who is this kid. I mean well. He's not really a kid. He's young not that young. I just didn't not the time so fast forward to this year when he asked me if I would review one of his comics and it hit me that it was the same young man so I decided to interview him instead Tony's brilliant he really is and for all of you who keep complaining about millennials. You need to take a seat and listen to this episode because Tony is GonNa make you rethink your life choices telling you but before we talked to Tony. We're going to find out why D._C.. Comics is shuttering its vertigo imprint who is rumored to be cast in the new Shanxi movie and speaking of rumors. Kill monger might be the new neo but first. Let's pay some bills..

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"rock lee" Discussed on VelociPodcast

VelociPodcast

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"rock lee" Discussed on VelociPodcast

"Between animals, and people now, the one of the things I brought up in episode one fifty cent tour episode was the story of Mr Hans, and Mr Hans had a horse provide sexual services for him and it killed him. Now, I don't know what's going on with this cream and Queen. Or the majestic bull. But the fact that a she survived that, and be produced offspring brings up a lot of questions and questions that we're not going to get answers to, again, because I'm not going to do that research. So could a send tour identify as a minute tour when, when people say identify something else, they referred to a general thing it would be difficult for someone to say that identify as different individual, like if you said guy who sent in this question, my name is guy, but I is grumpy Okla. Peter, that would be very hard thing for people to accept now, you could say, I defy as a different gender, you could say dentist, as a lot of things we know that phrase identifies different animals, mostly fictitious ones, and there's a step beyond that, which is the one that sort of confuses me where it's the. The people who identify as an anime character, and that's actually where I start to draw the line in that I think somehow I can accept you identify that you are a dragon you could identify that you are from the world of Nado toe you are a Nado ninja. But when you say I defy as a specific character like I buy as rock Lee, the problem is, when you meet someone else who identifies as Rockley, and this is apparently, a real conflict that has happened on the internet, which is, again, why the internet is just maybe a place that should be closed off burned. You get these two people who both identifies Rockley and then you can't have a singular rock Rockley. But the whole point is that Rockley is an individual. You run into the same problem now with the center minute or question because the miniature isn't a species. It's a singular individual. So could you have multiple centers identify as minute tours? And here we've gotten into a series of sentences that I never wanted to say in my life because they're not identifying as something different from them in general. Because being a minute or is no longer just a feeling or an understanding or something you identify as being a minute tour is singular. So the question then is do you accept that you could that you guy could identify as me Peter, but then I think the secondary question is to why won't accept it is what happens to me. Peter because I defy as Peter can we both identify Peter can compete or be a universal state of being which I don't think it can and primarily because the universe would collapse in on itself. So just because there are a mixture of body parts, you have the center torso in the horse body in the Bullhead in the human body. Those do not quite, they're not the same thing. And the centers are abominations but they are an abomination that is a species that has generalized the minute tour is unique. I. Don't think you can really justify identifying as a unique individual in the universe because once something is an individual wants something that's unique. It is different from all other things. And so you can't identify is that because you can't fully encompass or understand what that thing is. So that's why guy cannot identify as me. That's why those anime kids can't actually identify as an individual anime character because they can't actually understand all the worldview. And so they don't really share all the feelings of that person of that character, the thinking about the minutes for which is again, something I never really wanted to do in my life. I realized that the miniature I've a big question about the mentors brain because it has a Bullhead doesn't necessarily mean it has a bull brain. So does the minute tour behave more like a bull or more like a human or is it some kind of actual hybrid? Because I think it's presented as a hybrid. It's actually in the things I've read presented as more animalistic than human. It's sort of a rage machine. And so they have that big maze built for it. I don't really know why that was a better solution. But they made the big maze the labyrinth that he was kept in now what I do know. And this is again, maybe a big differentiation between the minute or in the centres the minute tour was given youths and maidens to eat, so he ate human flesh, send tours. Now, I don't know specifics about their diet, and that's actually a big question that I had because they technically would have multiple stomachs. They would have the human stomach in the front, and then they would have the horse stomach sort of down later in their body. So which stomach gets used because the human stomach in the hor- stomach don't process foods, the same way send tours are depicted as eating meat and hunting. So they are not depicted as eating youths and maidens, not specifically. So we don't know of that's true that actually might be the diagram of creatures, but somehow, the mentor makes more sense, because he just has one stomach. So he eats and he digests very much like a human would does the center eat meat that is digested in the human stomach. And then graze on grass, which is digested in the hor- stomach. How would it know which one to use? Does it have to Asaf agai? One where the path for meat goes to one stomach. And one that goes to the horse stomach, which is way longer because it actually would kind of go all the way through the human part of the body into the horse body. Yeah, it just leaves too many questions, the digestion of the center is now, my biggest sticking point is, how does that work know someone needs to explain what descend towards eat? And if they only eat meat or hunting, if they if they hunt and they eat meat primarily say their primary source of food is protein of some sort other animals, does that have a negative impact on the horse side of their body because it seems like it would I don't think you could feed horses high protein diets like meat, and they would remain healthy, just like you can't take predator and give them some sort of grass fed diet, expect them to remain healthy, so there are very specific physiological differences. But I think that's not the big problem. Because you can identify as someone who's different from you in a general sense. It's the individualized nature of the minute, or that makes him unique in the world you could say you identify is the miniature, but you actually wouldn't understand what the miniature feels because the minute tour feel specific things, and you can't feel the exact same things. I mean it is possible. You could feel the exact same things, but you couldn't say it to such a degree with confidence the you're feeling the same way that you are actually therefore in a body -ment of the minute tour. So the reason ascend tour cannot identify as a minute. Tor is the individualized nature of a singular being in the universe. The minute tour and digestion. The loss of the.

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"rock lee" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"rock lee" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Are you almost lose control the over eagle to you might last hard that you almost piss your pants and narrowly avoids crashing. Oh my God. Sorry. I mean, it was just too funny from beginning to end the response to the panel the delusion of Mr. Buller ball too much. But when Justice said as seriously as anyone can the bullet ball sodas car Iran asked if Justin Mr. bullet ball was just walking around carrying a game table, and his balls and just a reply. Yes. Because that would make bullet ball sense, man. I lost it. Classic stuff. I might have to go back to other boulevard related cast at the very least at to give this a religion. I might never have the courage to watch the actual video my stomach muscles and bladder can only take so much. Say gee, says yo you niggers had me motherfucking live. So God damn hard work. Everyone in my building dollars going insane. This has to be the funniest shit. I've ever heard. I don't know how many times I went back and rewind it where he where he said I have bullet ball. I'll crying on a serious note, though, if I can find his product, I'm going to ask my boss, can we purchase a few for the military enlisted close in Okinawa Japan. Gotta look out for each other. And it ain't my money. So good luck. Sam. Great uncle, Bob. Bob says this is my third time here in the boulevard story, and it never gets old this overly so confident chuckles before he talks, and how all he needs is bullet ball, and how he's gonna make it if I only had half, the communist, he has hashtag my point Milly rock Lee, all of that name Millie rock lease says, yo this Dan ever saw had me and my girlfriend die. I had real life tears in my eyes. I wanted to stop laughing 'cause I was in pain, which I went to stop. That was a moment when I thought I may have done actually Denver's myself from laughing too long. What do you have love? Blinn the ball. I have bullet ball even he says I have to admit I last hard during the boulevard statement that IP my pants little, oh, maybe we make everybody. To get checked out. Tau incontinence, I've heard the rundown before. But it was even funnier this time around we say I have bullet ball. I was done. I believe he has a measure measured success. But I don't think it was at the level. He think he may not be living in his car anymore. Well, he'd probably being able to upgrade to a gently used Vancouver. How how mom Jinnah us van future is human garbage. I hate to victimizing. But damn anyone still allowing us Bhutto raw dog them. Then they ask you to be saddled with all the bags. They come from this man who clearly stunned emotionally. I'd love to spot the lion that I cannot I understand feminism and make your own choice in shape. But like that's a bad choice. Trying to get pregnant modest mega is at thirty five. I mean, I think he's trying to kill nobody. Obviously we disagree about that. Even won't even if you everything was on the up and up and you still baby mama number six. I mean, oh, that's what that's asking a lot. Not to mention the diseases and shit. I don't know. I noticed the arrows looking at future other baby mamas and thinking, I'm not like the rest of those migos. Cadessus says y'all niggers ain't shit that was a whole comment..

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"rock lee" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"rock lee" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"Who is sort of slipped in at various points through the movie as she he has a big hacking station in the classroom which is hilarious everything is very med very overblown and he over the course of the movie gradually he joins the military and worms his way into the heart of i would not the military the task force that's being run by the kobe she's any worms his way into the heart of its operations and in like a critical moment he disables the entire thing so that they aren't able to genocide dogs and he makes all the laptop subservient which is interesting because he's able to subvert the system by working within the system which is the opposite of what eric eric to does which is like go lay ms and bring up the flags and protest posters and storm the organization right and then you have atari the material character who is able to fix the system by demonstrating to his adoptive father the extent of his devotion and the extent of his courage and the father is inspired i think by atari lantern which is his haiku about his relationship with his dog and his adventure on the island and the cherry blossoms which of course our youth and death youth and mortality and beauty and the power of youth little bit of rock lee and might guy in their youth and the adoptive father the ogle right the distant uncle who has become the adopted father who is also the bad guy is so touched by the example of that the that the adopted son has given that he changes his mind about the dogs and not only that but he gives the son one of his kidneys.

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"rock lee" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"rock lee" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"Right your two or go black lives matter protesters shutting down freeways it's exactly that a very different type of thing than in the taxonomy parades and the the irish then everybody is in is part of involuntary parade well they were involved in a parade anyway because there was a giant march of a million people down the street that happens every morning which is a celebration of everybody going to work days celebration you'll find this side of easter vigil raising that was about to say that that is no celebration i do not i do not think the commuters are leading the way are the who's angrier the commuters or the walkout protesters who has more rage in their heart is a good conscious to have but you see what see started see what i'm saying make a bunch of things i'm transitioning into this idea but it's like i i'm hearing a lot of what matt is saying and getting that reflected back to me and i'm hearing a lot of what marketing and i'm hitting that back reflected back to me and those are both ways to frame this public demonstration of people walking walking out of their schools out on the streets either that it's sort of like a sort of the youth it's a sort of sits sort of triumph of the change of generations wherein generation z is picking up a new sort of political agency and power which they here for not had by virtue of being children and that this in it has a certain sort of sunrise sunset kind of like sort of amber colored sepia tone sadness for those of us who are now multiple generations removed from mattering to marketers and and such and then there's the other side of mark where it's like oh this is the springtime of youth this is like like might a guy and rock lee and naruto.

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"rock lee" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"rock lee" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"This is all a kind of dallas thing yin and yang we invent we've invented that convenience of separateness to study things but it's actually a bit of a red herring so that's where we left it he hasn't written back here because he he's fundamentally he hold onto subject object as a thing so that's that's met metaphysics you already heard about consciousness in the triangle that could create all experience it roles into a eyes so a is is is hamstrung because computers are like hourglass as this is what i explained to terrence mckenna one night at his house in hawaii is terrence to talk about well you know where it's just the intelligence is going to come through the worm hole know the internet in an will it'll be so smart so quickly it's going to take us all in we're going to go in a forward escape through this at you remember all that language you know and i would sit there and 1999 at his house and say terrence are you serious are you serious you're kidding right you're kidding because you've got this out of an article and omni magazine in this out of such and such an you don't right code and your mack is sitting over there so i gave him an analogy that the mac is like an hour glass it paints pixels on the screen like sand grains which then come down through a thin pipe called a processor down to a hard drive which picks up more sand grains in the nikko backup whereas a glass of water that sitting right on this table because computation least rocking lee more powerful than their accepted uses a different basis the random bouncing around basis which coding people hate because nothing's happening most of the time so i think i got it through deterence that computer systems are terrible things that are to do with the biology there are terrible there the wrong tool they they have almost no properties that the biological system uses for openended emergence i health four freaking conferences on this to try to solve this i ran a nine month simulate.

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"rock lee" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"rock lee" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"Two deep rock rock lee and at sea it said this week i have to tell you i have that pretty big weekend coming up on saturday here in washington i'm getting married to john hack into on i promise to put pictures on the website we'll take a one week honeymoon my great friend and colleague dumb jail and then he are will host the podcast next week we hear what's on your mind connect with us on facebook and twitter send as an email d r puntcat stead debbie away and u dot org or lead that set boys snail that number two two five four eight eight side blunt all right theme music was composed bag it's hard comes to is courtesy at the capital's soundtrack project here in depth you a and a new show is pretty nice sandra day rebecca class men and alison brody thanks for listening i'm diane murray.

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