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"royat" Discussed on Latinos en la Pandemia
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"royat" Discussed on Nature Podcast
"Going to bring you nature's take on the latest covid nineteen developments. And we'll be speaking to experts around the world about research during the pandemic. I really don't know how this plays out. We also don't know a ton about this. Virus so there's so many open questions, I just have a really hard time. Making predictions that has I don't know how the outbreaks going to change. Welcome to episode sixteen of Corona Port, I'm Benjamin. Thompson hero again in the south London basement, and once more joined by Noel. Baker Amy Maximun high both. Hello Ben Royat the penultimate episode then we're almost there in terms of corona part. Almost that you know although I, think is important to mention corona in its current form, so we will continue doing something akin to current opponent in the regular show that people can listen to. We might even tell you exactly where in the show starts if corona pot is the only that you won so that you can skip ahead to that bet. Ya. That's right now. BE COMING UP IN A couple of weeks last week. We told you the listeners that we're doing a survey to get your thoughts and your feedback on this sort of current incarnation of grown apart on I'll have to say. Thank you so much to everyone who who took the time to fill that in and said Nice things orbison constructive feedback. We're GONNA leave that server open for another week and I'll put a link to it in the show notes which you'll find. On Your podcast APP or a Mitch Dot com slash podcast. Yeah, Amy I don't know if you know this, but there has been a lot of responses to that survey. An awful lot of love for a certain reporter could amy. Maxon has been coming through on those. Stocks, that's so exciting. This is like my first actual kind of podcast. Mean you've talked with me before, but not very much. In fact we have had a lot of direct requests to quote us. Amy Maximum more on the PODCAST. That's pretty awesome. It's really fun for me I. Love It I actually what to talk about this a little bit more, but I'm going to save it because responses to this The my one good thing this week. Well. That's great will a little bit of foreshadowing of what's coming late to their now for the time being? Let's talk about something. You've been looking at this week. A man and that simulations and people turned to prepare for pandemics, so there's a whole field of researchers we can call them. Biosecurity experts who are confident that pandemic will eventually common that it's disastrous and they feel you know this isn't the same category as military risk. Risk where we want to prepare the country for a war, so therefore we do everything in our power to be ready on the defense and on the offense, and so this country of researchers, saying the early two thousands. They were thinking okay. You know we do see these events happening. You know HIV just spilled over and other things. Due to what can we do to make sure that the US is ready, and also what we? We, you'd make sure the world's is ready. In various countries had versions of this what we're talking about today. That's functionally different from what we've talked about a lot so far in current about so we've talked a lot about scientists who muddle outbreaks to try to inform public health responses. These mutations aren't really about that. I wanted amy. If you could just like, lay out. What do we mean by one of these simulation like what? What functionally happens? Yes, so what happens is they coordinate say let's say one hundred people in a room for maybe two days and try and get a good mix of people, so it's going to be people in government and officials and advocacy groups, businesses, big businesses, you know foundations, research funders researchers that'd be eligible in a group, and it'll begin with a newscaster something that's like.
"royat" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Amazing. I'm listening. I can multitask entrepeneur over here. I I so meeting was saying. Is everyone into spree. Myself out there But I want to know about things. Actually I think the answer but but no this tick tock is a crazy place right now in a great way in a great way the I have given the same advice my whole life. I am very basic for how many people follow me on instagram. Thank you so you guys. There's no I love putting up videos ten years ago little Chubbier younger version of me saying the same stuff. I'm saying right now so I'm saying that for the people in the room that don't know me what about the matters. There's a lot in the history of my career. The organic reach thing. Nobody knows who I am. I want to talk about Alabama football. Nobody knows why am I zero followers. My I space twitter facebook Social Cam Vine snapchat instagram Lincoln Youtube. None none not a single platform has even been remotely close to what's happening on Tick Tock when you post your third post and eight hundred thousand people watch it now. It's already I don't know if you've noticed Iraq it's already declining. Because here comes the content because there was so much attention compared to content. But you would destroy Royat onto I if I were you I would make three tick tock today the way I think you get to the question. They had which is what do remake. I think you look at. What's on the explore? Like the trending page and and the biggest mistake people make. Is they hear this. They go home the next I'm going to do a motivated in Gary motivating. I'm GONNA do it and they're like they've download tick tock under like then they're like now one two things one back to that crazy easy website. Google it's crazy. It's an epic one. You know what works on Tick Tock enter read for three hours the way more importantly consumed soon tick tock for five hours and then make a decision. Don't call your eleven year old niece. Somebody like what's this thing about. She's going to tell you. From an eleven year olds perspective the year for business rebuilding a breakout. Your coming from a different angle consume it. That will help. You know what to make. What's that do? You have a tick tock account yet.
The Nintendo Switch May Have Just Outsold The Xbox One
"The Nintendo switches sold more than the Super Nintendo and she doesn't even need us. Keep going Nintendo has released their financial report as of the end of last year. And since then they have sold fifty two point. Forty eight million. Lean intend to switch units so a lot of that is more than Super Nintendo's forty nine million and possibly more than xbox one. That's fun fact. I drove most of those sales new. It's all it was. I preordered the animal crossing. Did you really did. But we'll talk about that later. Of course he'd come Brian. Yeah yeah I know it's just it's got that Minty fresh look on his new anyway. That's a lot of switches in very little time time. It is and I know a little over five million of which were unintended switch lights. I don't know whether consider that is impressive or not. I mean that's super impressive because that just came out in September one million units in six months. That's major major. Probably talking smack. Would I bought three switches right now that you you think about it right when it launched money do you guys have on switch. I like it I I bought. I switch it launch and I traded it in for the switch at the longer battery life and brought a switch site so I'm on my third switch. Yeah fourth if you count the one that Died right about that one. Let's have a moment of silence. I gave some which is to my my kids moment of silence talking about all six six of his switches. My point half a second I just talking about the the breakdown between course which and in the light I was expecting the light to you be bigger because I thought I thought you know the audience of younger players who were waiting to upgrade from the three D. S. to a new handheld. What was bigger around? Put Him on But hopefully I mean I hope more people get steered towards the proper switch with you know the daca format and the joy joy con on forever of sure of course So I was expecting that number to be higher but overall sales numbers just really good at past the Super Nintendo. You think five million in six months isn't the an impressive number. No It's good. It's good I was. I was expecting the holiday business to almost all. Be The light because it's cheaper and it was so promoted with pok him on and like the switch light to me is still sort of an enigma. Because I understand the that it wants to attract but to me the the one of the biggest draws about having switches the ability to like plug it in my TV and be a competitive console with my playstation and then take it on the road and I use it in a hand-held mode at using the same unit so I think form factor wise to switch light is very cool but I would always choose a switch. That is switchable. We've had this discussion before on the show for me. It's a family and we play games like we're playing Louise's mentioned cooperate operate after I finished a single player so Nintendo has always been really good at creating couch co op experiences. And it's really tough to play smash brothers on tiny screen green light. Even if you buy the extra rollers right so I always see this one is the main line and then just the other one. Is the little travel size. I I love my switch light I used it it almost exclusively for probably three months straight and I'd like slowly transition back to my mom. I wanted to plug into my TV But I do think that in in the long tail of all of this it will be a pretty big error on their part to not have any sort of T- out capability on thing. 'cause I do think that like there. Is that momentary thing where it's like yes. This is an awesome hand held. The foreign factors phenomenal. I love playing games on it but yeah it does take that extra half step to upload my save to the cloud and like obviously total first world problem right but like just complete inability to switch back and forth. It means that like even something like ring fit when I go to play that I don't I'll never even put that. I don't even think you can put that on. I mean you can you but you have to like prop it up. Yeah Janet tried to play Royat on the regular screen I think when she was on vacation recently and she said it's it was kind of difficult. It rush if you don't already know the exercises in the movements I think is when it because it's kind of hard to C. Yeah I've I've been waiting for switch pro by which light because I was hoping that they would have an upgraded version of the switch and I would be able to buy that. But nintendo also said that there is no switch pro planned for twenty twenty and specifically Be President said no plans launch a new nintendo switch model during twenty twenty. Yeah yeah switch I guarantee you. There's a switch pro model coming the next year the fall. I think Nintendo knows that I mean we. We we know on the show that they are sort of pioneers of iterative. platforming right like they. They kind of drew up the road map of being like okay. We have this thing and we're just GONNA make it slightly better or slightly and resell it to you. I think that a switch pro is is a no brainer and I think that they're going to give themselves the distance from. ps I five and xbox series X to make sure that they have the that their their customers have the cash in hand. Yeah purchase that system when it comes out. I think exactly because like because it's so obvious is exactly why they won't do it because they were just so like weirdly diagonal with the thing like you always expect them like any other company he'd be like Oh make more powerful version of the thing you have so we can port over next game super easily but I have a feeling they're going to be like Yob but what if it did this and just go completely lately sideways with it and we're going to be completely caught off guard and it's going to split the base again in for some people they're gonna be upset about it. There's some people that are going to love it. Some some of our viewers are suspicious because the last asked him Nintendo said absolutely not. We don't have another piece of hardware coming out. They released the switch light that so there. I think it's healthy to always be skeptical. It does I feel like the wrong thing this year because putting in more powerful switch up against two very very powerful conce launching seems like. That's that's GONNA be a crowded market and they're better off competing on price with the original model and just having an incredibly sexy like a like a new Zelda for example the holidays like got that to me seems to be a better strategy if I were Nintendo I would be more worried about significant price drops on ps four and Xbox one this holiday than I would about going head head to head with like a six hundred dollar company. They're competing with that too and again like they got to. Fifty two million units sold their halfway to the install base of the we and the playstation the station for which of course is GonNa continue to sell like. That's a really big milestone. They passed the xbox one we haven't seen actual data in a longtime estimates though. Put the under fifty million make like probably the mid to upper forty millions for the xbox wants and and the X X and s That's really impressive. Recive and I. It doesn't look like they've plateaued yet so they probably banking on this year as being another up year for
"royat" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"I dare young people really liked to just suspend literally anything in gelatin and it's fast it's fascinating and also horrifying time. China put enough stuff in there. It becomes a trine and it's okay. Oh Lord have mercy what you guys think like in in as much covered so much research doing this. What do you think's food food's going like as we sort of age of delivery getting away from the home in Cook but we are developing a more intelligent pallet? Ask country before so I mean it could go either One one thing that I am interested. I'm just interesting to see where this goes but I think people who who enjoy cooking will keep cooking and people who don't enjoy Royat will not cook because they don't have to and I'm actually a cool with that because if you don't like cooking if you hate it and it's something that you have to do every day that Kinda sucks and so if you can spend and your time doing something you value more that you spend it with your family or whatever you WanNa do play video games. I don't know like I'm pro doing that. Because I don't think people should have to cook alert. Spend a lot of time cooking if they really hate it and you know by the same token I think there's a lot of really amazing Convenience products out there. That help you cook. That are actually tastes good. It's not just Campbell's soup anymore. You know there's you know you can buy premade Harissa or Carmello or what have you and so these are all things that that make cooking easier and more tasty That are not. I don't feel like the quality is bad. Yeah now that that's the next point. Yeah I definitely don't think that home cooking is going to get disrupted. I mean I know that You know it's it's been on the menu the future the future menu for so long and you know like like you said if people there are there are definitely people out there that do not like cocaine and you know. There's I haven't had the time right. Exactly that's a prerequisite. I opened the book and then make the cocktail. I do think that the first step is the hardest for you know we're getting for beginner cooks. Is that you know that I fear of failure or whatever it's GonNa fail for sure. Listen I cook all the time. I bookstore up regularly. But that's how you learn. That's how you get better at it. You know we try to tell people that it's like it is absolutely intimidating especially if you're one of those people who doesn't Cook and you walk into this room room where you live you're like I don't know where anything is. I mean any of this shit. I'm hungry right now. It is absolutely absolutely and it's like you know when people ask you know. How do I become a better cook? It's like well you just cook more. Just do it more and I. You know I'm a better anything. Exactly you have to practice and the more you do it. I and the more you mess up honestly the better you're GONNA get. Yeah that's I mean that's kind of how I feel like I've learned to cook. Some some of my most valuable lessons have been really really messing. Something up Oh yeah you you have to eat it you have to eat your failure. In this way are we learned lessons gritty terrible texture of the thing thing you burn like you're like I will never still remember abyss reading one of my own recipes and putting into tablespoons of carnivals at at t's a a lot of bad and I was I was talking to expensive horrific. I was cooking for my father into it was I was so I can still get till you realized you. The mistakes have been made. It was pretty much immediately. I I wait why would I ever. We're eating it because I think you know they're to be. I am very sorry I did that. With Saffron one time I wasn't paying attention ingredients and it was the first time I had ever used it in so I just rookie sewer put way way too much and then immediately understood that I was being very arrogant and what I was doing and then tried to like counter counter it out because I was making like a soup thing and I tried to. I just like a ton more broth and I got up to like the breadth of the Stock Pot. It's still better. It just made more Shitsu not better. It's worse than just prolific doubled. I E books I mean. It's just part of it. You make mistakes aches and fine you just try not to take it personally. It's an experience. It's an opportunity to learn diplomatic about it and the best part about cooking. Is that once you get skilled at it. You get to have everything exactly how you like it. Yes which is honestly what keeps me going absolutely like learning how to make things away you like them and knowing when like like what I love is knowing when I read a recipe that I'm like oh I'm definitely doubling the garlic and just knowing what your goals are absolutely can't be like well why aren't there chives there. The man wanted to get the fuck out. What are you barely six? Garland that being said I I. I had a girlfriend who like Rotana Salsa Recipe for her boyfriend and he didn't know who god in making this Dolphin. She wasn't around and he's Gone Dan. This is a lot of garlic because it was. He was put to bowls and he brought it to that. He didn't even taste it. Oh my God and he brought it to the person's house and they're like you're never like are you getting us with wooded or do wrong. And he came back over it was like what the fuck for the seven listeners. Don't know the difference between bulbs and close slow here that little bits. Yeah is the piece of garlic arlit. You pull off the whole little chunk that you go to the grocery store. The Chunk is the bulb very recipes. Calling I think our Kimchi recipe the book calls for an entire head of garlic. And that's appropriate. Would but it makes ten cups of Kimchi three cups of salsa the chicken but you know it gets braised softened and it's Mellow Aso's like raw. Yeah he's a doctor. All have our strengths and weaknesses instance. Like he's really good about a small like it's like the more you learn about a very specific thing. Everything else kind of blurred. They also was one of them. So what is your Go-to breakfast food if you'll have time to eat breakfast that's always what I like de yea asked people because I usually just eat the leftovers from dinner chilies joys. We usually actually. I mean salsa making is like a weekly not sure ritual so yeah usually assaults on hand and almost always have some you know even just like a shattered chips at the bottom. It doesn't chip chip shake. That's Kelly's yeah. You're like the king of chilies and John Salsa he's been making to kind of tweaking genus also recipe for a really long time. Because we were buying way too much of a specific brand of salsa and just spending too much money on it and so he kind of reverse engineer to and it's really good. It's in the book. It's just called table. Salsa ended up so much. Yeah we're going to be disappointed. We make it every week. It's amazing no table. It sets the perfect expectation. Yeah yeah you're GONNA eat the Chili King. John's phones Allan Thank you guys so much for coming by. We really appreciate it. Were huge fans of joy of cooking. Always have been and it's nice to see it updated and refreshed for people like us. I'm people who are just stepping into the kitchen for the first time it's surreal to have y'all here's thanks. Thanks for taking the key thing for happiness gov. That is our show this week. We'd like to take a moment to thank our sponsors to bring this podcast. 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Why is Aung San Suu Kyi at the International Court of Justice
"Awarding someone the Nobel Prize for peace is always tempting. Fate saw cha the vagaries of human affairs. Yesterday's warmonger is tomorrow's peacemaker and vice versa. That it's not really the Norwegian Nobel Committees Fault when Pulse Charity Makes Mockery of some of their judgements. When you give a piece Gong to someone like Henry Kissinger oh Yasser Arafat? It's just a risk you run. And it is nevertheless startling to see an actual Nobel peace laureate appearing at the International Court of Justice in The Hague to defend the government they lead against allegations of genocide. It's pretty much the one thing that isn't supposed to happen. History had given us the opportunity to give up our best just for a cause in which we believed when the Nobel Committee chose to honor me. The road had chosen of my own free will aw became less lonely path to follow sang suci daughter of the founder of modern Myanmar Aung San and a formidable politician diplomat and and activist in her own. Right won the Nobel Peace Prize in Nineteen ninety-one at the time she was rivaled only by Nelson Mandela as a universally admired Royat. Avatar of all. That was good displaying exemplary courage in resisting. All that was bad. She led the National League for Democracy as it faced down only terrifying and ruthless military GIONTA which had turned Myanma into North Korea with Palm. Trees saying SUCI spent most of the period between Nineteen nineteen ninety nine and two thousand and ten under house arrest. She was a hero aside from the Nobel Peace Prize. She was awarded the Sakharov Prize. US Congressional Channel Gold Medal and Presidential Medal of freedom an honorary order of Australia. Honorary Citizenship of Canada and Amnesty International's ambassador of conscience since award. Luke pestle made a film about her. U2 wrote a song about and in time she triumphed the NLD won a landslide election victory in two thousand and fifteen though denied the presidency on a technicality. She became state councillor effectively. Myanmar's prime minister it. It was hailed worldwide as a victory for decency determination and patience and now she's denying that she is some kind of an accessory to crimes against humanity he sang Succi has been fair to say on a journey. These ban mind this complex situation and the challenge to sovereignty and security already in our country when you're assessing the intent of those who attempted to deal with the rebellion. Surely under the circumstances genocidal decider intent cannot be only hypothesis loan and it is important to be clear that while Aung Sang. SUCCI is in The Hague. She is not in the dark. She is appearing voluntarily and has not been charged with any crime the allegation before the ICJ EJ is against her country. Not Her the case has been brought by the Gambia. Backed by the fifty-seven members of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation Asian a coterie which includes several nations who might want to pause before mounting their high horses where human rights are concerned. The allegation is essentially essentially that Myanmar's recent persecution of the Hindu people Myanmar's Muslim minority. Who lived mostly in the country's raccoon state amounts to genocide this? This is a term with specific legal meanings and it will be for the court to determine if events in Myanmar meet the threshold. What is known is bad enough? Enough since two thousand and sixteen perhaps a million ranger have fled Myanmar mostly to neighboring Bangladesh journalists NGOs and the UN win have reported a consistent pattern of atrocious violence much of it directed at civilians not excluding children Myanmar's military known as has the top Madore have consistently claimed that they are waging a counter insurgency against Islamist terrorists though Sang Suci does not directly command the Tatmadaw. Aw this is also the line that she has held. The most sympathetic imaginable interpretation of aren't sang Suu Cheese behavior. And it's a reach is that that she is still in some respects the prisoner of the same military which once held her under house arrest. She may have calculated. This is a compromise. She has to to make to maintain such democracy as me unmanned now has that if she takes hold in the military the military will once again take charge of the country. This is a question unlikely to interest the hundreds of thousands over hinge in now wondering if they'll ever be able to go home again and they of course are the ones who have have survived the Tatmadaw's pogroms justice for the victims. If it is coming at all maybe years away
"royat" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"Right everyone joker you know I don't think we've talked about this film together I think Scott and I talked about it a little bit when we saw Royat but not so much happier with our many many friends Wow Glenn wrote road quarter of you quite scathing I was definitely on the positive end of that particular pool of Belief about the film on Am I going to be on the positive end here as well I think so I mean there's I find things that I admire about the way this film was made and there's the look of it is quite something I mean aren't sure is touchy go to sabotage it her and he does a great job with that I mean Meyer its commitment to its own vision but it's not really its own vision though I feel like so much of the film is inspired so directly from those scorsese films and ultimately uncomfortable with what it's not gonNA join the crowd of people say it's just not a film worth talking about because I think it is worth talking about I don't think it's about nothing but with a thing about of course as you films I think there is some commentary some distance between depends the space endorsing this behavior and I think if you ask anyone involved in this film that would say they're not endorsing murderer or at social behavior or what the joker doesn't this but I think the film does the film Romanticize it this I think he knows it's doing that I just don't know that that I find it only find that so does tasteful that can't in the film overwhelmed by that distaste yeah I'm right there with you not a fan of this movie and it does cop quite a bit from the Scorsese film you mentioned taxi driver and King of comedy but what it misses is the irony that so important to both of those movies we talked about it art segment on taxi driver back when we get that on the show but like thinking about taxi driver is that it really is locking you into Travis Perspective have ended that perspective that is quite ugly but it's such a crucial ending in the sense that we come to realize that the end of that movie the Travis pickle L. Deeds to kill that he needs to kill it doesn't matter to him whether it's a pimp or prostitute it just managed to society and that's kind of the the ends up being a hero at the end of that movie because society dictates that he's a hero for killing the right type of person but it really doesn't matter to him in that kind of irony that's so important to taxi driver and so you know and it just a sense of perspective to that Scorsese has is kind of absent Enjo Ker jokers are very ideologically confused film if it is just like sympathetic to Arthur very straightforward way that is troublesome to be what do you think Tasha I don't think it's ideologically confused I think you have it exactly right I think it's a very sympathetic with Arthur flack and I think that Todd Phillips claims that it's not our either blinkered like maybe he just doesn't understand how the film comes across or disingenuous and he said about the film that I think is disingenuous or possibly ignorant this is one of the film's where I really want to agree with you and shut out all extra textiles because I liked this I saw this foam at tiff and I maybe liked it isn't the right word I saw this Vilma tiff and it moved me I walked out of the theater just feeling stunned at what it seemed like it had accomplished emotionally in terms of making the physical and emotional breakdown of this character in his fault into nihilism his embrace of humanity's darkest impulses seem kind of seductive and it seemed like a very unpleasant isn't maybe a message to be portraying but I nonetheless I found it a sort of fascinating what an argument made for it and the more Todd Phillips flaps gums about this movie he'll less I I can respect the more he talks in particular about how he had to make this movie because woke audiences don't appreciate comedies like the hangover more the more I really stop and todd fills making comedies onto the more I see like just a strain of self pity and pour me ISM and why is the world so mean to me ISM that reflect really badly on what this movie is because this does have a very strong perspective that's just like why is the world's so mean to poor innocent may I think that it does embrace and this is something I've written about a kind of extensively I did in a whole piece on how I didn't think that people should write off how compelling jokers message is to people who feel put upon to people who feel bullied that was a lot of the concern about the spink dangerous that would you know causing cells to riot and murder and would cause the dead breakdown of society stuff this feeling that the movie basically says you're right you're being put upon in a way that you don't deserve you deserve better and it's okay to kill them it's okay to do whatever you need to do to get back your own against the people who've wronged you and it's a terrible message but it's a very seductive one to the the right kind of listener so I'm not GonNa say that I know what I'm saying is I can't say that I loved this movie I can't say it's not earlier responsible movie but I do think that it's well assembled in a like a visual musical emotion no way I think that Joaquin Phoenix's performance is like Irian unsettling and mesmerizing. I just think that there are a lot of things with this film that are drawing people in a way that it's necessary for us to contend with I think it's a really interesting flawed piece of art and a really interesting conversation piece both of which occur in a way that can't make me say I like it but I think it's while we're talking about I want to hear a little bit Keith has explored the Philmont graffiti of Todd Phillips extensively in in so so tell us tell us what how you know the hangover and how due dates at how old well and how the G. Jalen doc how does it all fit together like Todd Phillips so can we start with why have you gone so deeply flawed tyrod on just you know I just I told my I wrote a piece for the ringer about basically just added how does this field into photography to wear this movie come from and like it doesn't all oh fit together there are exceptions here but throughout his career he's kind of return to this idea of characters who been men in particular who the world's Kinda and again who are like you know kind of like the have dissatisfaction with the world has to offer them and they kind of act out in different ways old school you get someone who's drew's marriage fails and and so he kind of regresses to chaotic frat life behavior I mean the one for me the key talks for me is is the people haven't seen that much that school for scoundrels which John Ritter plays physically you know a put upon New Yorker who to the world is turned against everyone's cruel to him he's a ticket taker a parking ticket and enforcement in in the opening scene involves him like getting bullied out of pain for the someone's tickets for them you know and the money for and you can't get anywhere with women and he hooks up with Billy Bob Thornton who places like sort of probational speaker slash self-help grew slash pickup artist type who basically says he's gotTa tremolet crop and the rules don't apply everything confront people and throughout your morality is how you you know actualize yourself and then the movie cuts that message with some irony in some some some intemperate but it's still there and it's Kinda there in the hangover movies to where it's you know it's it's ultimately a film about people who to find a place where they they're not penned in by normal what happens if Vegas stays in Vegas and they're not penned in by acceptable behavior war dogs it's one of his best films is also about put upon characters who become one put upon character on one thought but who fights away out of his put upon status but becoming an arms dealer and sugars of a piece with especially of a piece with Phillips first film she made as a student filmmaker documentary called needed which I actually felt like quite a bit it's got a lot of raw power towards the documentary about gee-gee Allen who sort of a you know a cult figure within the punk scene who was known for performing nude and cut himself and doing all kinds of gross behavioral we don't talk about family podcasts like this one you pass away right he passed away he passed he was valid do we talk about passing away joking listen to the best show were frequently recurring topic Russian but sally passed away before he can fulfill his lifelong dream of killing himself onstage but he's also someone whose whole who had a philosophy which was basically you know the world's tip a critical I I'm going to punk is away out cutting myself on stage and doing all kinds of things we don't talk about on family podcast is is my way of protesting that society it it really kind of entertainer who blurs the line between violence and art in a way of topcoats were to end his career with Jerker it would all be full circle so that's a long way of saying that if you watch a lot of todd Phillips movies in a row you will see connections that you might not is to make it I'm not as great a departure as as you might think well thanks for that Keith Perspective because he was a surprise with this movie was first announced in Norway's are increasingly dark as well get more violent and nihilistic as they go along but yeah that's a whole other in in better right better I would say not that much that's much but the film has I mean it's it's a bishop's immediate is trying to figure out a way like of how do I make taxi drivers the system now so again through Ip and so it accomplishes that and it goes to some places that major studio movies of its kind do not go is particularly towards the end there's a lot of the violence of the film is quite chocking Quite graphic and and and I am with Scott where I think it is ideologically confused words you know one minute it's an indictment of Reagan era cuts to social programs and others likening left-wing protesters to terrorists and murderers it varies there's a lot going on movie of the politics of things are linked though I think all of those things are linked by the why is the world against to me mythology which is in which like everybody basically everybody but you is a bad guy I think that that idea like the whole Thomas Wayne plotline I think that's pretty ideologically muddled because I think it's ambiguous in a way that doesn't serve the film who's telling the truth there and what is meant by that whole plotline can be read a couple of different ways and I don't think the films takes a stance on it and while I often like ambiguity radiant films when it makes the film more more complicated or takes it out of like a neat little box of familiar kind of storyline in this case I'm not entirely convinced that Todd Phillips knows what the truth is here or cares what the truth is and that to me makes the film just sort of confusing it doesn't take away from the feeling of everybody is against him like his mother's against him she's hidden these dark secrets his maybe father is against it him and it doesn't matter whether that person is father because the point is he's rich and powerful and has things that Arthur doesn't have the talk show host is against assume he's laughing at him and he has the power in the audience that Arthur wants like the his clown boss is laughing at him like every he is laughing at him but in the wrong way like not the way he he wants to be laughed at with appreciation enjoy the whole film to me feels like a persecution fantasy within that I think any form of and that group of people is also the bad guys like just fits under the same giant umbrella and the whole point of the film is earning not to care which again is just embracing nihilism a very dark and depressing way but the film doesn't necessarily commit to anything in the sense that is all these fantasies delusions that are sort of nested upon each other I mean there's this whole this implication that Keith explained to me at the end it's like maybe none you are opening up just the possibility that like maybe none of this is true which I think means maybe none of it is meaningful and that I think is a major flaw for the movie because the degree to which I appreciate it I appreciate its boldness and maybe happened maybe it didn't maybe this is true maybe isn't isn't bolt that's wishy washy let studio Horsh it right I mean like that's what studios do studio movies don't like to commit to a political point of view certainly right 'cause they don't want to eliminate one half of the audience and so they give you this kind of Mush jokey kind of like hit you with a big shovel full of ideological mush where you don't really know where it's coming from politically or ideologically at all and that makes it a movie for everybody in but also not a very not movie that's trying to express something with particularly.
The Monster Slayer
"I want to tell you a story about a monster slayer Robert Are you game I am gay okay so once upon a time in medieval Japan there was a warrior named minimal oh no Raiko he was daring swordsman and he was famous everywhere for his bravery and his resolve and Reiko had in his service a companion named watanabe notes Suna who was also courageous and he was a formidable fighter in his own right and he wielded a bow and Arrow war suit of armor and they rake Oh and sooner were traveling on the road to key to Yama when they saw a skull floating in the sky flying in and out of the clouds above now sooner we're curious how such a thing could be so they decided let's follow the skull and they followed the flying skull all the way to Keg Arocca where it leads them to a crumbling old mansion from ancient times the decaying manor was surrounded by wild overgrown weeds in an old gate choked by vines so Reiko ordered Suna wait for him outside and Reiko entered the mansion alone as he approached the threshold he started to become aware of a presence there was an old woman lurking behind the door and he called out who are you she replied I've been living here for a good long time I am too hundred ninety years old and have served in their turn nine lords of this house and then Reiko saw her she was a horrible sight to behold before the war years is the old woman grasped her own eyelids with a tool and she flipped her eyelids back over the top of her head like a hat then she pushed her south open with a large hairpin and her lips became gigantic and she took her lips and she tied them around her own neck and her breasts began to sag down to her lap like rags the old woman began to speak again she said spring comes in autumn goes but my sad thoughts remain the same years again end but my misery is eternal this place is a demon's din no human dares pass through gates my sorrowful youth has gone but my old self sadly remains element that Bush warblers depart and swallows on the beam fly off in her sorrow the wretched old woman begged Reiko to killer with his award and put her out of her misery Reiko could see that the old woman was out of her mind so he left her alone and he instead decided to go into the house to see what had happened in salt the mystery of the flying skull and what was afflicting this woman making her think she lived demons den so he went inside the house and outside the sky grew dark and pherson winds begin to blow but soon awaited loyally for his master and inside the House Reiko began to hear the sounds of footsteps echoing like the beat of a hand drum then he saw coterie of spirits and goblins coming into the room with him but the creature didn't attack instead they only danced around and then after his fear before passing out through another door in their place came into the room a tiny woman no more than three feet tall but with a gigantic taste more than two thirds of her whole height and she had stick heavy eyebrows and when she opened her mouth Reiko could see her front teeth were black she wore we'll have an a red Hakima with nothing underneath her arms were so thin they were like strings and her skin was Pale as snowfall then that woman disappeared and Reiko realize don was nearing almost as soon as the strange woman left another woman came into the room this time the woman was graceful and calm and so beautiful that Reiko could barely believe his eyes he thought that this woman must be the true mistress of the old house finally coming out to welcome him and her is shown as bright as the reflection of a bonfire in black lacquer but when Reiko was distracted by the woman's beauty she got the better of him she lifts did up the him of her Hakima and from underneath it she heaved at the swordsman some kind of material what looks like balls of white cloud and the balls of white cloud blinded him they got his is in a rage Reiko drew his sword and a slashed the woman but she evaporated into thin air he slashed so mightily the soared passed through the floorboards and cut a foundation stone and the tip of the blade broke off where the woman had been there was now nothing but a pool of white blood on the floor with a trail of more white blood leading off somewhere else Reiko and soon joined together again and they followed the trail of white blood out of the else up into the mountains and finally to the mouth of a dark cave out of which white blood was flowing like a river at soon as suggestion the two of them made an effigy of written and vines in the shape of a man and they carried it before them as they enter the cave inside the cave they found a gigantic monster in the form of a mountain spider but nearly two hundred feet tall and wore a brocade on its head its eyes were as bright as the sun and the moon the giant monster bellowed what has happened to my body it is so painful then the monster hurled something at them in the dark and the projectile hit the effigy that they carried in front of them and knocked it down Reiko and SUNA examined the object the monster had shot at them and they discovered that it was the broken tip of Reiko says award together they took hold of the creature and they began to drag it out of the cave and the monster put up a good fight and it was a terrible monster indeed strong enough to with boulders with its legs so Reiko said a prayer to the sun goddess a Montereau sue and asked her for aid with the fight Reiko in Suna pulled and pulled actually the monster collapsed and fell belly up on the earth without hesitation Reiko drew his sword and chopped off the monster's head soon Aranda slash chopin the monster's belly but found when he got there that it had already been opened by a deep gash this was the wound Reiko had given it inside the house when it was in the former if the woman in this proved that the giant spider truly was the beautiful woman that he had seen from the gas in the giant spiders belly one thousand nine hundred the ninety heads tumbled out onto the ground the warriors cut open another part of the spider's body and many smaller spider monsters swarmed out each about the size as of a seven or eight year old child when the warriors looked further in the stomach of the spider beast they found twenty human skulls knowing what had to be done Reiko in Suna dug a grave in the ground and buried the twenty skulls and then burned the giant spiders din when the emperor heard but Reiko and soon had done in eliminating this heinous monster that had been plaguing the country he gave them promotions and appointed them governors of their own provinces and this is the story of Moton no Raiko and the giant spider that is a fabulous story I love it I just like the the the layers of the adventure and then just the the revelation ends about the horrific monstrosity that they're faced with I like how it's weird and rambling like it takes a long time to get to the final form of the monster you don't really know where it's GonNa go it takes you to a haunted house I something about that feels both unusual and intuitive the so that they start off seeing the skull and I have to assume that I guess the skull was some form of the monster I don't know but but also like how in a lot of the monster slayer stories you come across there's a more specific reason that the that the hero must undergo the quest to slay the monster that they have to rescue a princess or something right this time they're just detectives investigating something weird that they saw eventually leads them into the monster's cave to kill it which also ultimately kind of makes you feel bad for the monster like it didn't even kidnap anybody they knew they just like made their way to it seems to be entirely recreational on their part yeah well I mean I guess it kind of makes them like a some kind of roving police force almost in a way or maybe they just needed the experience points I mean that it's true so this giant spider story comes from an early fourteenth century Japanese picture scroll called the Sushi Goumas Soci- and the version of the worry that I read is as translated by the scholar Dr Nuriko T- writer who you've referenced on the show before I think in our episode about cuteness and monstrosity ooh that would make sense yeah so so my version of the story I just told was based on her translation of this fourteenth century scroll and this is not the only legend `bout giant spiders in early modern Japan the Sushi Ghouma were earth spider was a common monster found in no plays and in supernatural narratives in the following centuries but there are also other spider monsters like the ONI which was sometimes described as like a giant spider with the head of a bull and it attacks fishermen at the water's edge and there's also the jurors Ghouma which is the literally the prostitutes spider and it's another ghost like creature that appears in the literature of the Edo period shape shifting like the Sushi Boom Oh between the forms of a beautiful woman and a voracious arachnids luring men to their deaths a classic trope of of monsters appearing as is desirable humans or even non human entities of course and you see that too in in the Sushi in the story where the spider monster appears as this beautiful woman in the House and distracts the swordsman with her beauty Just long enough to throw clouds white matter in his eyes who knows what that's supposed to be I don't know if I guess it's the Silk Right Oh maybe yeah I don't know it's supposed to be I mean it's it's described as literally like clouds it's hard to know exactly what is referring to it seems to be some kind of magical substance all right yeah so we're doing something a little bit different today than we usually do in our October assode where we love to focus on monsters today we wanted to take a look at the immortal enemy of our beloved monsters the monster slayer Yeah the thing that defines the hero other times there's not a lot to say about the monster itself except certain hero of note gave it a good slaying at some point yeah and it's almost as deep and as old as the monster mythology itself ride the oldest monster stories you can find when you go back in time very often are Mr slayers stories there's a monster and there's a hero who must venture out often alone or with a faithful companion to face the monster and destroyed Royat in the monster slayer archetype is actually classed as a particular type of like myth archetype the the the princess in the Dragon type story which appears all all over the world in different cultures in you know in the that's the very broad take you know that there's like a princess who's being held captive or being threatened by some kind of monster and a hero must venture out with courage and face the
US to step aside for Turkish assault on Kurds in Syria
"On Sunday night the White House announced that US President Donald Trump had spoken to Turkish President Richard Type Erred One and agreed that you had forces operating in northern Syria would stand aside in the event of Turkey's long threatened invasion of the area we've been in Syria for many years serious to be a short-term hip just short term hit we were supposed to be in and out that was many many years ago northern Syria is probably not a helpful way of thinking about the region concerned though is geographically the north of Syria it is practically Kurdish the area of Syria along the border with lucky has been controlled for some while by Syrian Kurdish militia called the white p g the white PG have been a key ally of the US led coalition Fighting Islamic state Turkey however considers the Y. p. g. terrorists allies of the PK eighty largely Turkey based Kurdish group who have battled Turkey for decades Turkey also wants to repatriate the two million Syrian refugees is currently hosting to the territory the wipe e. g. hold trump now seems with little consultation with anybody but other wan to have wait to in one Syrian Kurdish official by NBC News said the Americans of traitors they have abandoned us to a Turkish massacre if the why PG and Kurds in general thought their heroin in helping to tackle Islamic state would be some guarantee of American support in future they were reckoning without two things one obviously is the impulsiveness of Donald Trump who has learned what little he understands of the Middle East from Fox News which is worse than not knowing anything at ooh the other is a long history almost an ingrained habit of abandonment off the Kurds by those who profess to admire and respect them and promise to see Turku they fought with us they follow us they died with us they died we lost tens of thousands of Kurds died fighting isis they died for us and with us and for themselves but they're great people trump claims that he has not betrayed the Kurds among a series of bowl hinged and mentored tweets on the subject he has exclaimed that Inouye have we abandoned the Kurds who are special people and wonderful fighters codes will have ample reason for thinking that this is about half right the molten history of selling the cuts out dates back to the nineteen not when the Kurds hoped the dismemberment of the Ottoman Empire would at last permit them a state of their own the nineteen twenty treaty of several promised one in fact however western powers decided they cared less about this than they did about keeping the new Turkish Republic on board and the fledgling Kurdistan was quiet were encouraged by the West when there was a government in Baghdad that the West found disagreeable and ignored when there was an Iraqi rule of the West felt it could deal with in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s the west shrugged as Saddam Hussein waged a campaign of genocide against the Kurds including the use of chemical weapons in the early nineteen nineties following Gulf War One the Kurds were enjoined by President George H W Bush to rise against Saddam when they did a little help was forthcoming and the West continued to arm Turkey as it's brutal war with the PKK continued and when the United States removed Saddam in two thousand three Iraq's Kurds who had eventually being protected to some extent by a US imposed no-fly zone were the section of Iraq who did as it was hoped all Iraq would do embraced the opportunity and built a more or less functional and Western Friendly Society and there is indeed an argument that the West has no better friends or more reliable allies in the entire Middle East than the stateless Kurds as regards wine trump has done this varies the eternal Tara Khel response why does trump do anything assorted conspiracy theories are in play pertaining to trump's property interests in Istanbul his eternal Royat please Russian President Vladimir Putin for some reason and so forth but there is a simpler and likely explanation trump is now firmly in reelection mode he probably understands that he's best chance of getting a second term is to go to the people buoyed by a healthy economy and unburdened by American military involvement in countries his base couldn't point to on a map. It's hard luck for the Kurds of course but then it usually his
"royat" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"Through God's grace having hounded Jesus Christ as well. We desire to put that Web people through what would be of so as we nope into this conversation. We're going to begin by looking at loaning. Characterizes arouses a wise person. Now I personally as Donna Whitney's book. I really thought that this he doesn't treat it as an opening to the conversation but he almost it does I thought this was an interesting way of kind of transitioning to this idea of long for discipline and gives a bunch of scriptural references for in every one of them that I remember seeing from proverbs which accents and when you look idea of why poverty was written as we look at these scriptural reference. I think we're just GONNA take take a turn and kind of read them and then after that we'll just discuss the scriptures as a whole for for you listeners and the first one we see that Donna Whitney mentions is proverbs nine nine nine worth as you've instructions to a wise man p will be still wiser. Teach a righteous man he increase in proverbs ten in fourteen says the wise layup knowledge proverbs eighteen fifteen unintelligent heart acquires knowledge and the ear. You're of the wise seeks knowledge then lastly three twelve does apply your heart to instruction in you to the words. Knowledge Yeah Ah we'll take it just Kinda pull quote from what Donald Whitney says he says that no matter how much previous instruction you have received or how Oh extensive your knowledge about God Christ the Bible in Christian life and regardless of how intelligent or slow you consider yourself herself still need to apply your heart in ears to learn pre you haven't learned it all and I don't like one hand. It's kind of easy. Maybe for for three of us to get in here and to have a podcast about learning because obviously that's something we all three really enjoyed. Doing is is reading and studying you know watching videos or listen to podcasts in that kind of thing which I assume that probably are general listenership is going to be probably already geared towards learning if people are listening to podcasts on topics talk about in their probably already interested in learning so a guest Parwana approach it or think about it from not just us because yeah we will for from our perspective we need to think about learning for the purpose of godliness on we enjoy it but are we doing it for God's sake or are we doing it just because we enjoy Royat not that there's anything wrong with enjoying it or doing it just because we enjoy we do a lot of things because we enjoy but are we reading the Bible reading. These books are a listening to podcasts sermons four not only you know to be able to teach other people but for for our own our own soul for own spirit in growth in godliness that would be are. You know my kind of question about type of people like we are where we obviously like learning and then we also need to speak to the fact that they're a lot of people who you know in one sense or another don't like learning they're cool was going to church on Sunday morning and hearing a sermon in taking their notes and they're they're also like enjoy away reading the Bible or you know things like that but beyond that there's you know a lot of people in. I'm not talking about anybody. It's just the difference of you know. We just enjoy different things a lot of people we need to encourage just to dive in and go farther or further into into their depth of knowledge you know. I think that this kind of these two perspectives that I can think of that. We need to speak to even for those. It enjoy learning. I would consider myself one of those people. There's moments where I don't does moments where I get burned out on reading or things and enjoyed even like right. Now is absurd my master's community. There's many classes and there's many subjects have even just times throughout the semester where at some point point learning that I'm doing is. I hate to put it. This way is related to get the grade at the end of the day because sometimes I find myself overwhelmed with what I'm I'm trying to take in or life circumstances becca difficult much lower onto Kieburtz or I think if Greek my last semester of Greek was the same semester that my daughter was born and I'll just kinda get to see I'm going to be real. I mean in so you know approach which is talking about. There's even if you're you're the top that enjoys learning there may be moments where the U. or like the other ones out there that don't it. We're learning much as moments where you do it out. Just to a US Whitney's word here drudgery of drudgery or you do obligation rather than for the purpose of God Lynne was. I think that reminders an important place to end as we look at this discussion so I really like what that little clause that he puts in their Donald Whitney's quoting he says so no matter how much previous action you've received there's that Hyphen says especially about God Christ the Bible and the Christian life and regardless are this of how intelligent or slow you consider yourself. You still need to apply your heart. I think that's very important I think we can often find ourselves. elves on those two ends of the spectrum where we feel. We feel like we have much knowledge in that. It can be harder for us to be teachable trouble and then we can also sometimes be on the side depending on what season in life for where it feels like God in his word are so Aston so big it almost feels like just such a a daunting steep uphill climb to you know to navigate just this guide in its nature in all those things and I think I just think that's really really not go really well set thing because especially when when I think about not being teachable and oftentimes this plays out in our either are evangelism or in our doc dealings with brothers and sisters in Christ to swim. We just feel so strongly that we know all there is to know about a certain idea or topic. We have the right teaching so we don't approach those types of conversations with much humility in. I think that's the I I would say. That's the opposite of wisdom I was looking at. I Corinthians Eight. He's talking about pulse talking about food sacrificed to idols is but he says in there he says we know that we all have knowledge knowledge puffs up but love builds up the one who thinks he knows something does not yet know as he ought to know but the one who loves God is known by God and I think that plays a lot into what you're seeing Chris where the source of our knowledge is about loving a known God in not about building up knowledge or just enjoying the the act or the practice of learning but there's a deeper for more genuine foundation beneath it so that was good. I'm reminded of the conversation at you an errand and I had on the tour discipline internally because one of the things we talked about in that hot gas was really a legacy the leaving a legacy and things of that nature the journey leaves behind in one of the things that we emphasize when we look at that was that much like some of our old Jordan League or old sermons we see how much we really did not understand about that word or how we've been transformed and you know I think you know in the nature not being charitable to some and different things of nature or even acting like right. Now we have everything figured out off theology or understanding of who God is in all reality in five to ten and fifteen to twenty thirty years later. Hopefully we're going to learn so much more about Oh God than we do now. What as we read this quote from Whitney's book. This is what you have learned it all. That's the joy I find in. It is because has enough to this time and time before but in eternity what we're gonNA be is experiencing. God forever and in doing we're GONNA be growing growing in our understanding of him forever or now we can't we're we have finite Mayans speaking of Finnick God and so therefore we're not gonna understand about everything thing by God and his word nature and so it's just about discipline of to learn in his purpose is behind. Why Winnie is getting that. Here's why do we fulfil these. Things might be making this the discipline.
"royat" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Your online sportsbook experts hour number three of the rich eisen show on air just sitting nice chat with brett gilman. You wanna talk about a triple play season. Three of mr mercedes is returning in timber right here on audience. It is the stephen king david e kelley created and developed show and he he is awesome and that coming up <hes> on the show as well. We'll discuss stranger things he is in that he is also in fleabag which got nominated dominated for a good jillian emmys actually <hes> the second season received eleven emmy nominations. That's good right chris. You're gonna look that up. You wanna see recast. That's good eleven's eleven's good fantastic <hes> so <hes> apparently he's got a a history with michael jordan and mike tyson so that's not a bad <hes> double dip right there as well. We had devin bush of the pittsburgh steelers rookie class on the show kevin malayan our number one as well l. and back here on the rich eisen show a guy why lasts on the parking lot of a courtyard of logan airport his name. Is tom curren of n._b._c. sports boston. How're royat tom. What are you doing. What are you doing talking to utah how you doing. You're in much better spirits than when i saw you what it was noble story now. Don't don't don't it was a very long very long travel day and it's is all good and <hes> i'm glad i stayed in a warm embrace of courtyard <hes> that's. That's always a good spot but i will say this it will you why courtyard is so terrific. I had actually booked a room for a week out so i showed up on this particular thursday night said just checking in with in the next week sir and i could do you have any room thick. We have one. I'll tell you it's so funny because so many people always expect to see me when they check in and a courtyard and actually did tom so that actually worked out. It's able to be there so one of the things i wanted to talk. Talk to you about <hes> because i read all your stuff at tom e. carin on twitter as well. I read all your stuff on n._b._c. Sports boston and you wrote a piece. Tom brady's bumps still doesn't ensure he'll finish in new england the bumping his bump and raise this year <hes> bump it salary this year and then whatever <hes> the two years ears do old <hes> for the extension. Here's this line here. Man got me quote. It's deal that allows the patriots to save face because if brady they were to go into his walk year with a salary far smaller than much lesser quarterbacks. It would've looked bad and to be frank. Brady may not have done it. What doc is that tom. I think everything was on the table. You know is is the negotiation which the patriots really dallied in beginning as it got underway. Little progress was being made in some of the first forays into trying to put something in front of <hes> brady and his agent could make it work. We're actually minimal raises with incentives and if you remember two thousand eighteen they gave him five incentive for a million dollars each and they were hard to hit. They gave him five more this year. We're going to be even harder to hit and this is you know reduced offensive weaponry around him so there was l. level of frustration and throwing up the hands with until there was resolution so i don't think what tom brady and i wrote this in another com. Tom he push comes to shove. He's not gonna hold his arms and say i ain't coming in for regular season games but i think the frustration level the whole at this juncture as he was continuing to prepare for the season <hes> and no progress was being made..
"royat" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"For the Redskins as case keenum at even money McCoy Royat plus one fifty and Dwayne Haskins plus fifty seems about right. I'd actually you know perhaps yeah that seems about right. I make keenum the slight favourite avert over McCoy and Haskins more of a long shot to start the opener doesn't mean that Haskins again. Don't be disappointed by this if you I actually it's interesting because I talked to so how many of you in so many redskin fans were friends of mine who would prefer that Haskins doesn't play right away would prefer that the organization be super patient with him and even if he doesn't play in this first year when they don't have a lot of weapons and they're not ready to contend or or be a playoff team more likely likely than not <hes> some of you. Actually I think have thought about you know how how positive you would be if the result was they. Were patient with him. I think that they're going to be patient with him because I don't think he's GonNa be ready to play at the level that Jay Gruden. We need his starting quarterback to play at <hes> for the opener now. Maybe he's ready by week. Five the problem is once the season starts the the amount of work that Haskins gins gets is truly limited. You know you don't have backup quarterbacks getting snaps. Once the regular season starts so what you will I'll have more likely than not is Kevin O'CONNELL and and perhaps even Alex Smith really working with Haskins and hopefully in the meeting rooms in Haskins gets work. He's a scout team quarterback and gets extra work with guys like Alex Smith and Kevin O'CONNELL after practice that kind of thing to get Dwayne Haskins ready but i Mike Gut after an I heard that live this morning when I heard that this morning I just said it's keenum or Colt in the opener more likely than not keenum in my view. <hes> Colt certainly is as the most comfortable and Jay's offense but I think what Jay is saying reading between the lines as he's encouraged by a lot of things but he's but he understands this process as for his offense and understand it would be very difficult if Dwayne Haskins or very difficult for joint Haskins.
"royat" Discussed on Journal Theory | Personal Evolution, Mindset Guidance
"I hope you enjoy Royat and don't forget to sign up or just join us in the free private facebook group shy girl by so you can soak up more knowledge and more trainings and connect with me on a more personal level and then also get a chance to join in on the free trainings there will be a gift for everybody who stays to the end of those so enjoy this episode and I'll chat with you guys all in the next podcast. I have to tell this story to you guys because it is kind of Boeing my mind a little bit and my husband's and it just like confirms and reaffirms so much of what I know but it's still like kind of taking me you back like you know when you manifest something and it even though you know how the law attraction works and you know that you've been working on dry into like bring something in your life and then when it shows up you're like Holy Holy Shit like how did this. This is bananas. This is how this story is. I so nuts I unintentionally angered some heavy heavy emotions into my daughter and I'm GonNa tell you how it happened. How I realized that and what that's looking like and how we can actually use this concept and this tool in our favor so in my group coaching program I teach something called anchoring? It's a really powerful tool that you can use to anchor.
Massachusetts manslaughter conviction upheld in teen texting suicide case
"Because she supposedly encouraged her boyfriend to kill himself. Oh, wait was this the one he committed suicide, right? Yes. Yeah. This has been in the news a couple of years ago. I think. Yeah. She was sentenced to fifteen months in two thousand seventeen but the judge allowed her rain remained free while she appealed the conviction. She's twenty two years old. And she was escort courtroom in Taunton today and transported to jail last week. The Massachusetts judicial court upheld her conviction saying that her actions caused the death of Conroy d- Conrad ROY the third. You know, when I read this is it just it just breaks, your heart. Not in regard to her going to jail, but. What what she did to her her boyfriend or ex boyfriend? So much power. Carter was seventeen in July of twenty fourteen when she persuaded ROY who was eighteen to kill himself through dozens of text messages and phone calls. Roy died when his pickup truck filled with carbon monoxide in the store parking lot. She wrote in one text listen to this. You can't think about it. You just have to do it. You said you were going to do it. Like, I don't get why you aren't. I mean, she's tasks -tising him for hesitating. She texted him on the day. He died. She texted you keep pushing it off and say, you'll do it. But you never do. It's always gonna be that way. If you don't take action. Received a case received international attention and provide a disturbing look at teenage depression and suicide both Carter and ROY struggled with depression in Royat previously tried to kill himself. And this is this is I think this is key. Their relationship consisted, mostly of texting and other electronic communications. I mean, she was face to face with this guy. You think she'd be saying that urging him on perhaps not who? I mean, we don't know. But I just don't think so. Yeah, it's difference. When different when you're talking to somebody only hearing or seeing them face to face. Read my kids, my kids, and I repeat on texting sometimes in the sometimes I'll go are you serious because I don't know you can't read sarcasm. Yeah. On texting? Yeah. Unless sometimes you can put your little emoticons, wink, wink, or something. But you don't do this this Michelle Carter, she wasn't the, you know, she wasn't the weapon, but she was the impetus. I think. I I don't think that her boyfriend wanted to kill himself. He had tried and failed. And was hesitant in doing this. And she kept on egging him on until he finally did it. And that's sad. I can't imagine. I can't imagine being the parent. Of this young man that killed himself. I just. How would how how would you not be filled with whole boatload of anger towards this woman? I mean. I I've never heard whether she was she's if you ever had the argument while I was just kidding him. I was kidding them. I never heard that. Did you? I didn't either. I think though, you know, if he was someone who had tried to commit suicide prior, you don't mess around that at all. No, no. That you just do not take lightly. Why she would come on? What what what what good would come out of it him killing himself? How would she benefit from that? I know in a very crass way. Yeah. Thinking I'm trying to think why she would but to get him out of her
"royat" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Sixty eight years old is married with one child who's in the glass business. He in two thousand nine headed Gleason seven cancer. He was seen by surgeons at one of the super big hospitals. And the doctor told me had to have robotic surgery. He had quote, he had to get the cancer out. That's what the surgeon told the patient. Well, as you know for Gleason, seven cancer with robot or open surgery. The success rate is sixty percent with us. It's ninety percent. But that doesn't stop the surgeon from telling him he had to have the cancer out of. Unfortunately, the patient believed him, and he had surgery well at surgery that was positive margins which means the cancer was cut through the doctor cut through the cancer. When he did the surgery he had multiple margins that were positive multiple areas for the doctor discovered through the cancer in the left apex left post earier margin. Cancer says seminal vesicles all those areas the doctor cut through the cancer with us. You might ask. Well, how it'd be different with us. We can attack all those areas without cutting we can attack by sending in thousands of invisible beams of radiation radio surgery to hit the cancer noninvasive. That's one reason why our results are better. Also during the surgery. Who was paralyzed from his neck down thought from the anesthesia from the radical surgery on his prostate. He's lost his head leakage of urine for six years. And whereas it diaper still six years later told them while you can have standard radiation after the surgery -cation needed Royat standard radiation that didn't help either. So everything the surgeon told him that he had to have the cancer out wasn't true that he could have standard radiation. That would help him that wasn't true. And now as PSA's rising he's been on hormonal therapy. And so his whole life has changed because of the cancer because of how it was manager surgery. And that's often the case, I see so many men who unfortunately have had surgery..
"royat" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
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"royat" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"royat" Discussed on Le Show
"In two thousand three two thousand four hundred thousand five all levy segments were rated as as acceptable there were no rankings for two thousand to go have lunch a year long lunch within the individual expect inspection reports each year the core warned the regional levies are the local partner so called who take over the system after the core builds at the core bills it says you maintain it you figure out a way you figure out a way to afford it the core warned the regional evie thirties repeated minimally acceptable rankings could threaten the area's insurance eligibility and as i'm pointed out that's the reason this whole thing happened this way and what is the minimally acceptable description mean in the eyes of the corps of engineers according to core spokesman should be a causes concern we know we've built a great system to one of the best systems in the country if not the world says course books men ricky boy yet in the world german just so ricky knows flood management water management systems in the netherlands you've heard of the netherlands ricky they're built to a standard to withstand a one in ten thousand year event i guess that's not part of the world we also know that according to ricky royat of the core inevitably there will be a storm that's greater than what that system is designed to we have to take that into account but improvements are in the works.
"royat" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"Out of pocket this morning but is this really a royat in paris in and of itself that big a deal i was i was interested in in hearing that it was such a riot in paris because we used to have a lot of riots and severe riots in berlin every first of may and so this morning i got the morning email from my colleagues in berlin and they said it was the quietest night ever in berlin did say on the german website earlier a sort of gloriously german headline that just said no riots in berlin and that's really comes as a surprise i mean our publishing house is includes back and i remember when it was still working there looking on the fifteenth floor onto the streets thinking how will i get out of here tonight and actually we always had protection to get out in the night of the first of may but what was the reason apparently why not they weren't money clashes in berlin that the police has completely changed their tactics and one thing is that it don't use water cannons anymore that don't don't use confrontations with the protesters which was what happened in paris there was a real violent confrontation water cannons and then people get also hit and injured who have nothing to do with all that then that makes people very angry i mean the you're right about the culture prison policing i did a story for the face god rested in nineteen ninety eight i think where they sent me to paris to write a piece about may sixty eight thirty years on and the idea was that we would get into the spirit of it by going out demonstrating for the weekend because you can always do that in paris but it was the the first reaction of the cr.
In Syria, at least 18 killed in attacks as more people flee
"U s central command said other us forces were conducting search and rescue operations and investigating the cause of the crash thursday the iraqi military said the helicopter and crew had been supporting iraqi forces in the outcome area near the iraq syrian border when it crashed for technical reasons the us has about five thousand troops in iraq supporting iraqi forces in the fight against isis isis has been mostly driven out of iraq in syria but the group still is believed to have a presence in iraq's western desert jane arraf npr news cairo russian news agencies are reporting that moscow will now added more americans to their blacklist of sanctions it's in retaliation for a us decision on thursday to sanction several russian people and entities for russian interference in us elections and for cyber attacks in syria syrian kurds report that turkey is attacking the northern town of a freeing they say at least eighteen people have been killed turkey is trying to push back the syrian kurds from the border turkey considers them a terrorist organization you're listening to npr the business company belonging to president trump says it has been turning over documents for months to the special counsel who was looking into russian interference in us elections the new york times reported on thursday that special counsel robert muller had sent a subpoena to the trump organization that sought documents including those related to russia muller's office has not commented the white house spokeswoman says they will continue to cooperate today vietnam is marking the fiftieth anniversary of the meal massacre whereas us soldiers killed more than five hundred people michael sullivan reports the thera moni was held at the site that's now a memorial to the victims many of them elderly men women and children killed fifty years ago today by us soldiers who were sent on a mission to confront the viet cong found none and turn their weapons on the villagers instead the ceremony was attended by survivors their families and a collection of us vietnam war veterans among others some of the vietnamese spoke of overcoming their pain in a spirit of forgiveness some of the americans expressed what one called remorse regret and sorrow for what took place in and around me lie for npr news i'm michael sullivan royat thailand the united nations staff engineer say they have called a strike for today they're action means that the human rights council and.
Vietnam prepares to mark 50th anniversary since massacre
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm korva Coleman officials with the Miami Dade police department have increased the death toll from yesterday's pedestrian bridge collapsed near Miami six people have been killed by the falling bridge and ten others have been hospitalized. Rescuers have now changed their work into a recovery effort. The bridge was at Florida international university where Mark Rosenberg is president. All we can do is promise a very thorough investigation getting to the bottom of this. And mourn. Those who we've lost the bridge was supposed to open next year as a safe way to cross a busy street. The National Transportation Safety board is sending a team of specialists to investigate. They'll start work this morning. US officials say that national security adviser H R McMaster will soon depart his position at the White House. It could be within a month or two, McMaster and President Trump have reportedly had a strained relationship NPR's. Tom Bowman told NPR's morning edition, the White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee. Sanders says, there are no present changes to announce. She said, I just spoke to the president general HR McMaster contrary to reports. They have a good working relationship. There are no changes at the national Security Council. Of course, she didn't say there won't be any changes NPR's, Tom Bowman. He reports that officials are exploring possible jobs within the US army for McMaster, but there is no obvious job that is appropriate for his stature, nor. Is there a clear successor to him as national security adviser. A US. Combat helicopter has crashed in western rock with seven, American service members aboard, NPR's Jane Arraf has more a Pentagon. Spokesman tells NPR all seven crew members are believed to have been killed. When the helicopter hit a Power line in western L bar province US central command said, other US forces were conducting search and rescue operations and investigating the cause of the crash Thursday. The Iraqi military said the helicopter and crew had been supporting Iraqi forces in the outcome area near the Iraq Syria border. When it crashed for technical reasons, the US has about five thousand troops in Iraq, supporting Iraqi forces in the fight against ISIS. ISIS has been mostly driven out of Iraq and Syria. But the group still is believed to have a presence in Iraq's western desert Jane Arraf, NPR news, Cairo. Russian news agencies are reporting that Moscow will now add more Americans to their blacklist of sanctions. It's in retaliation for US decision on Thursday to sanction several Russian people and entities for Russian interference in US elections, and for cyber attacks in Syria. Syrian Kurds report that Turkey is attacking the northern town of a freeing. They say, at least eighteen people have been killed. Turkey is trying to push back the Syrian Kurds from the border Turkey. Considers them a terrorist organization. You're listening to NPR. The business company belonging to President Trump says it has been turning over documents for months to the special counsel who was looking into Russian interference in US elections. The New York Times reported on Thursday that special counsel Robert Muller had sent a subpoena to the Trump organization that sought documents, including those related to Russia. Muller's office has not commented. The White House spokeswoman says they will continue to cooperate today. Vietnam is marking the fiftieth anniversary of the meal massacre where US soldiers killed more than five hundred people. Michael Sullivan reports the thermonuclear was held at the site that's now a memorial to the victims. Many of them elderly men, women and children killed fifty years ago today by US soldiers who were sent on a mission to confront the Viet Cong found none and turn their weapons on the villagers. Instead, the Thermo was attended by survivors, their families and a collection of US Vietnam war veterans among others. Some of the Vietnamese spoke of over. Coming, their pain in a spirit of forgiveness. Some of the Americans expressed what one called remorse, regret and sorrow for what took place in and around me lie for NPR news. I'm Michael Sullivan. Royat Thailand. The United Nations. Staff engineers say they have called a strike for today. They're action means that the Human Rights Council and other UN meetings at the UN's European headquarters will be closed today. The UN staff is angry over a seven and a half percent salary cut last year. They say they're also upset about deteriorating working conditions. I'm korva Coleman. NPR news.
"royat" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The values the policy priorities of the president of the united states the work of the state department goes on now it says department officials are preparing for a possible meeting between president trump and north korea's leader kim jong un she says the department can offer logistical and policy support as well as translation services michelle kellerman npr news the state department defense secretary jim mattis is accusing iran of meddling in iraq's parliamentary election the may vote will determine if prime minister haider body will win another four year term he says the us has worrisome evidence that iraq is spending money to sway votes he didn't say in which direction vietnam today marked the fiftieth anniversary of the massacre where us soldiers had killed more than five hundred people michael sullivan reports the ceremony was held at the site that's now a memorial to the victims many of them elderly men women children killed fifty years ago today by us soldiers who were sent on a mission to confront the viet cong found none and turn their weapons on the villagers instead the ceremony was attended by survivors their families and a collection of us vietnam war veterans among others some of the vietnamese spoke of overcoming their pain in a spirit of forgiveness some of the americans expressed what one called remorse regret and sorrow for what took place in and around me lie for npr news i'm michael sullivan royat thailand us officials are investigating the crash of military cop copper in western iraq yesterday officials say there were seven people on board and.
"royat" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"Her then the next book they'll read to make you proud rather than because they value it orange royat i would say tell me about that book q red that's really exciting why you're to completely change way apparent ito everything sends a message just a few different words sometimes one different were tim conveys a whole different world of meaning gam so i'm just amazed at how such a small nudge right like like framing um can can has such a powerful fact yes it does they're just different ways of seeing the self wet am i this fixed creature that has to look good all the time invalidate myself or am i this dynamic growing person who has this infinite undetermined future that i can work toward does this struggle and confusion mean i'm john or does the struggle and confusion mean i'm growing my brain i'm making those neural connections stronger and getting smarter there are two different worlds and we can choose which one we want to an happens you obviously study steady children can is it do you think it's possible for adults to like we train themselves to develop more of a of a growth mindset absolutely what we're finding informally is that people can identify their fix mindset triggers so when you're out of your comfort zone does the voice say watch out junko there you'll unmask your deficiencies when you're struggling does that voice say you can still get out so it's not about crushing the fix mindset voice it's about working with it you you can say i'd really like to take this challenge will you come along with me can can you get on board can i count on you to collaborate just kind of.
"royat" Discussed on Marketing Secrets
"I was like what i've got one hundred people and feeding 100 people and their families like it turns into like hundreds of people i think you can't stop processing finally after like an hour i get through somebody in the lady on the phone says yup we shut you down good luck ever getting merchant count again i gotta go boone hung up on me as like well it in all the time i thought i was i thought i had diversity like i i had a we'd nine merchan accounts all through one company and so i thought that meant that they were altered different different kinds vaulted one bank and i found out that the call and having one which is why a very big believer not having multiple merchant counts multiple for banks which is the lesson hoping for everybody on alex royat on alex than here but meet alex he's the nateghi hooked up and lots of mercy council he's done that for us yes he's amazing but but we it was bad and so finally got hold these guys and i'm trying to figure things out and basically said okay we got to prove that you are a good guy as okay so we went through to two weeks to go through all our supplicants occupational of these two weeks and they came back so k you're right you do everything clean of board will turn your mercy counts back on and you're going to go mike sweet so tonight on and that time when there's that can instability excels guys are freaking out they can handle any tendency is to build interleaving like crazy people walk out the door and is like and i was like freaking out and we then we had always payroll but no money coming in and so i can painted on my own pocket that everything just like keep things a flow and gorgeous process xp scarier scare and find the psychic things merce comes back on your your your good guy next week so they guys we got to do a launcher liquid make a bunch mice we you this put together launch thing we push it out to our customer lists and in a weekend we made two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and i was like the q.