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interview with Kate Breakey
"Welcome to the show. Thank you very much. It's a great honor in infect and I went to a legit from now on I went back and watched a whole lot of fees and. What I've seen missing. Thank you. That's very kind of you. Yeah. I very much enjoyed doing it especially when you have a chance with people to talk with people like you. But you're just saying that you raised in Australia and looking at your work. One of the things that I it brings to mind for me as a person who believes sorta appreciate your work is sort of a dearth of relationships that is a city boy have had with with wildlife and nature. Other than cats and dogs, occasional mice, you know. Growing up there really was no relationship with nature at all. I have a little more now because I live near the edge of the Angeles forest. So we get the occasional Bob Cat and bear and you know coyote. But still that connection with wildlife pretty rare and I think that is the case for most Westerners and a lot of your work revolves about their relationship with with animals but I'd love for you to sort of take us back to when you were growing up. In Australia and how that relationship, how that understanding of of of wildlife in relationship to the lives of human beings including us of sort of took shape. I mean I was very lucky. Kid had probably an idyllic childhood because in a a rural country town with. Like NATO Food in scrublands and wilderness, Invest Open spaces and. The Southern Ocean. One big sort of giant playground and there was wild animals, kangaroos everywhere and it was. It was just a lot of allowed animals. Lot of indigenous people obviously living in the towns still have been counted with a match Rura primal idea about the relationships that was just part of the way you incorporated in a way because you knew these people. Trees to climb as said, the Ocean to swim in galloped horses along the beach is kid Babak had like a fabulous life really and again strategies like of untouched food nece and beaches that go on fed miles in is not one single person on the except the odd. Not, to get eaten by shock, which happens routinely. saw. Also, I had parents who were. Interested godless got mystere interested in biology botany end I just grew up sort of fat knowledge is part of my experience of the world and I guess just evolved into love my desire to sort of make images about all of that stuff and so finally enough I've never taken photography 'cause I've never really lived in will victim cities not the kind of cities that kept intense thing going on that becomes. Hugely. Interesting to people who are strafed office. So I've never really taking pictures of people buildings and every now, and then when I get asked to jury show I often get someone else to come and sort of see my selection and I say but you haven't picked one person who. People. including genre he begins it gets a bit by. Anyway. I'm much appreciate I grew up. I went to at school lead freelance all those people who are doing that very conceptual sort of. City staff at copied them. But when it comes right down to what I WANNA do and what I love doing its photographing in the natural world and. Ordering it in this way. So I would say that my childhood absolutely was like the biggest influence in all of that in my life. I love because at the edge of the national forests, we have wildlife particularly the. Coyote packs up. Here. On the social media, I think it's called next door. There are a lot of people who you know who who are probably more city-fied than even I am I know Deauville complain about the coyotes in what they can do about it in my and I think wait a second. Clear in their yard right and it seems like people look at wildlife here as is the the inconvenience even though they live at, you know at the edge of the forest and I think when when I consider your work and your approach to it, you're the dynamic of how people exist with animals is very different from what many of us are used used to and so when you're when you're young you kind of mentioned that you had all that sort of wildlife around you. Talk to me about the relationship might sort of felt like was it like like a we're just we're just temporarily this we're living in their. In their. Not really because you know back then I guess in the sixties, people still went out and show Kangaroos to feed. Wildlife was just part of something that you still kind of used. It wasn't there wasn't a great deal respect for it. You know the Kangaroos are called every year because they basically, there's more kangaroos than they should be. It's like united. So every time there's a drought named died, but people go out and shoot them pharmacy eight them because it was cheap made now they used in. In restaurants because it's considered gourmet neat because it star Lean and good for you. Is All this fusion going on with kangaroo mation. Asian spices in the whole nine yards been to Australia. No not. You know you gotta gotTa sit nate is the best place on earth anyway. And so we had friends who had. Farms or because stations but sheep stations and envy would muster the sheep and then the shears would come in and share them in the be sheepdogs who are just working animals. It wasn't really very romantic. They just happened to be just tons and tons and tons of animals and ahead Ananta Nakal who sort of animal rescuers before it was really official, I would collect up injured bids the anything and bring them in and. Resurrect. Going out to their house, they was just everything was a wombat. There was mad pies. It was Joey kangaroos still a great spirit in Australia because we just had a, you probably know last Christmas we had this dreadful dreadful wildfires where green three billion animals died, and there was a great cold out to people to take animals that were bent to to see if they could be rescued and so sort of regular people do that they go out. In their cars and collect up these things that you know stagnant injured to take them back to the triage animal rescue centers to be either destroyed or treated as I. said that call out to people to to look after them and a surprising amount of people do this because Australia kind of especially, the comic stuff united the the Co Alison the kangaroo is so there is this kindness towards animals and I think because so few people. In this giant continent at so many more. So many wild animals there is a slightly different attitude I. Mean I was GonNa say about city people saying, what are we gonNA do about the coyotes deer eating my vegetable garden you know if you get rid of the coyotes, you'll have more rabbits and end up eating a vegetable garden. You can't control because system you you start ruining at the whole thing goes to hell as we saw Anna, we're getting the pollinate is going the birds in the beast is three billion less birds were in the seventies and they the pollinators and we needed a pollinators. So we actually have trees and on and on and on guys as you know is just becomes this huge horrendous mess. So it's more
"rura" Discussed on Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease
"You'll learn three main things how to take serve yourself as your primary caretaker of some with lime how to deal with uncooperative and closed minded medical practitioners and why it's always it's a good idea to keep in touch with a lawyer when your child is sick with lime thanks Rura and a big shoutout to all you longtime Lime Ninjas you're the reason we have six hundred thousand downloads more than half a million oh that's right shooting right up Orion I really appreciate you tuning the in and we'd like to thank all you knew listeners out there welcome to live radio you are now officially alive Ninja and as you know I'm disease is an international problem each week we have listeners join you from all over the world and this past week we've had listeners tune in from Atlanta a two Ashville and from sins Berry to South Bend thank you Laura I did that one for you. Indiana Yup Yup Notre Dame's host Virginia this weekend go Irish beat Wa who's all right thanks to her tells a little bit about today's guests Stephanie and she shares the name of our guests last week but it really is a different person so don't be confused this is a different Stephanie all right uh-huh Stephanie Stephanie Journey began speaking of tales we do have an update on the most horrible all water well week so last week we talked about it breaking in we fixed it twice then we had to fix it thrice and I think it's still not fixed yet matter of fact I know it's not fixed yet so this is really a great illustration of Plan B are actual have to admit our actual I plan B. was actual plan one a we just I did the same thing just a little bit better except it wasn't could nuff so it broke in exactly the same place the PVC threatening exploded off the pipe and so we moved on to plan B C career plan b yeah we got a medal piping and this was awesome it held except now the check valve broke fell on to plan D L. D. S. well that was unexpected failure so now we've got a new check valve in and we have other problems that are showing up so I think I'm going to have to climb down the well don't worry it's not that deep and it cement so it's nothing to clap so me I'm hoping there's no snakes frogs are okay crayfish yeah snakes not so much we think the check valve is stuck down there so the pump is working overtime to suck the water through the pipe and I hope that'll be the last we'll give you an update next week anyway you must have a plan B and the moral and once you've moved on Plan B you need to have a plan C. Because that then becomes your plan be don't give up and then when Plan C. Works it will highlight of things that are wrong in the system so perhaps yes that's kind of phase three of your life journey is once you're over everything then you realize oh my goodness there were these other things that I need to address now and then once the waters fixed completely then you can move onto the next project finished painting the House or getting a job or getting back into relationships and things like that it's always moving forward so have plan a plan B nowhere you on your journey note the next step is going to be what's around the bend it's that important okay now you can tell us about Stephanie. Stephanie Journey began when her son became ill within two months her son L. ill from severe psychological and neurological symptoms self knee began her mission to help her son with medical research research into Western and turning medicine during the course of helping her son he'll she learned how to start taking care of herself and that was a big part of it okay once again we have a mom in new mothers up there don't get enough Kudos you re lead the charge in taking care of the health of your family and we wanted to bring some lime stories back has been a while since we talked on the personal side of things interview people we'd mostly been doing medical experts that sort of thing we just wanted to bring it back and bring some reality back to what the actual stay today struggle is light and the week before Stephanie Who's the counselor she has lime and her family has lime's like the whole family has lined the that's a different dynamic this is more a mom whose son falls ill with lime disease and doesn't suffer herself directly with lyme disease but how much is struggle it is and how much it can just consume you and how important it is to remember to do himself care and to take care of yourself so you don't go completely into the rabbit hole of taking care of your child and forget about yourself about everything else fall apart so I think that's the that's the story here sure so it's part about this up putting together your team this is early on this is one of the first steps in your lime disease journey whether you're doing it for a child oiled or a husband or partner or whether you're you're alone in this in initially and you've got to put together young team is one of those or steps.
"rura" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Of Joe and Aurora because Aurora was speaking to us, and I really clicked with a Rura really love her, and she kind of had that thing where she understood what it meant to be ostracized a little bit like we didn't necessarily vocalise it, but I sense that on her that she understood what it meant to be not in the crew did anybody from comma, give you an in Gavin Gavin. Came up to me. He told me he's a big fan. He loved hocus pocus and Salem. And I comfortable with him in that. It was like, yeah. Word strong. Zoe kind of thing he had that solidity to him Victoria thought was kind of quirky, but I was like, there's more to the story here and Julie I, she reminded me of some of my relatives, and we had some emotional moments, like she we cried on each other. She cried on me on the beach. I'm about how hard it actually. And the other person was wron. So, like I would say what Ron and I really bonded reminded me of tie like that instant connection. I got along with people one on one. But in the group I found it very challenging I knew in the group, I didn't fit. But one on one, I was like, liked people, right? Because they are having these conversations. Hey we're we're voting out the returning players. Right. So now, if any of them are showing they're giving you like. Oh, what's with this person? What do they wanna work with the returnees now? Right. So they're on the bottom of our pecking order. And so, yeah, I don't know how you guys crack that. I said about David highly that I feel like that they sort of got people. They were not on the same page. And I wonder if maybe that not United front is the only way to break up these group of first timers. Yeah. I also have a theory about comma, that it was the. Kind of like nice more, even keel people. And that mono was all these, like, chaotic big characters in a similar way that I talk about colourant about when you have these big villains like an Scott and Jason like there's the more neutral, people can kind of stand out, because they're like the tip assists to those big ones. And yeah, it was almost like I couldn't find the crack because everyone was like show chill and such a normal person. But on mono, there was enough of the chaos that Kellyanne Dave, how to kind of cling to each other to survive. So it was kind of that dynamic where it was almost two June. You talked about how you didn't you don't like Koumba saviours very cool by ADT com. Oh, yeah. I mean, the thing for me is that I am somebody who is very in chaos. I feel very calm, unable to manage it. And when things are very calm. I'm a little bit like waiting for the next shoe to drop and survivor. And I would say that's why I don't like Koumba survivor. I also was just like it was the kind of thing where people would like ask my advice about something and I'd be like I don't wanna really share it, but you're asking for it. So I have to give it to you, but I know you don't wanna hear what I have to say about like survival how to play or like what my style would be. Yeah. Survival stuff. But, like what my style would be. But I'm like they have to learn this for themselves and play the game. And then it was just frustrating because it's like people would ask I knew they didn't wanna hear it knew they wouldn't follow through on it. And then those things would like actually happen like that happened with me. And Eric, when we swapped called what was going to happen about what I told Eric, when we swapped fast forwarding because we're probably going to be non linear here. I told him that if he came for me where I got taken out, I was considered like the appendage to Joe and once Joe and out there, we're gonna come from him because they were gonna perceive him as an alpha male and the..
"rura" Discussed on 600 WREC
"President's tax returns. And Lisa Brady. Fox News in Mainz requests under sixty one. Oh, three have never been denied house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi citing the tax code being used to request six years worth of President Trump's personal and business returns from the IRS Democrats this thing, it's about policy not politics. Republicans disagree Hackman ruse every Marican by law is protected against congress time Kasese their private tax returns for purely political reasons congressman Kevin Brady as the former ways and means committee chair. Now, the ranking Republican member President Trump has always argued can't or shouldn't release his returns well under audit instead of an immediate threat to close the southern border. President Trump now says he's giving Mexico a one year warning if the drugs don't stop Mexico can stop them if they want we're gonna tear if the cars the cars are very big. And if that doesn't work we're gonna close. The border and he makes his latest visit to the southern border tomorrow in California family members still awaiting test results that could prove teenagers claim that he's the boy who went missing eight years ago. Fox's Jeff monosso is live in Chicago. Lisa, we could know anytime. Now if DNA matches the team boy who surfaced Newport Kentucky Wednesday to Timothy Pinson, who's been missing from Rura, Illinois since twenty eleven this after neighbours Newport called nine one one suspicious team who looked bruised and scared instead of escape the two men who held him at a red roof in telling police he is pitted child who ran away with kidnapped. And we found it looks like that could and he was kidnapped or doctored. Share what the people across the country on social media, saying their hearts are heavy and hopeful for a family.
"rura" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"American don't pretend that you're like English or something for Walton's. No one's more American than the stupid fucking Walton's. They're getting married on harbor island in the Bahamas and the budget for the wedding is one to one point five million. He also called his lawyer and worked on his pre-nup or in the life insurance policy. Quote. I don't want to ascend defies my death. Aren't we all just really incentivising are deaths? Every moment of the day come on. She's already the lead. It all the tweets. I mean that is funny that she came back with vengeance. She came back in her cut profile, and it's like here. She has had a really funny quote. What was the quote, where it's like I'm sick of people saying that I'm living off of my parent's money. How dare they? It's my grandparents money. Yeah. That was so funny. So that I mean, she but was where is it? You know, she this is so non interesting if you don't care about Kenmore now, which I don't know if you really should she's a she's an interesting character. I forgot about Kelly war back. She looks like all the other ones. That's the thing. But I learned something about you today that I thought it was interesting your intention was not necessarily to be an actor. You were focused on golf. I was are you you must be very good golfer. Then I assume. Yeah, I went to college for golf, I was scholarship scholarships Georgia, Georgetown, a hard school, right? Yeah. It's hard to get in. He played on the golf team there, and we play on the golf team at Georgetown is do you have to actually go to classes or are. They say, oh, she's good. We'll just give her and push through. That's where the acting comes. I see. Where's the easiest class on campus there like right that way? Oh problem that class easiest class. Like, what are the classes that you can pretty much get an a no matter what I took history history of stralia. I know all about the aborigines. She looks at all of the other ones who this Walton this Walton sorta looks like Evan Spiegel, really the John. Check guy. He's he's got kind of an Evans. Speaking vibe on pasting him into the dock late. Look at him kind of like a floppy or Evan Spiegel. No. I don't see it at all. It's in the eyes. Maybe he looks like I don't know what he looks like he looks a friendly. I don't know. What does he look like, he's not British heaved? He's not British. But he looks British. She looks like it could be like Scottish. So can we'll Slade. Really I'll Pamela Anderson role in the reboot of Baywatch that was her big moment. But she was the notorious flop. I mean, she wasn't. She was born in Greenwich, Connecticut. Her father was a financier a fan fancier. She attended Greenwich academy. She played golf she got an an academic scholarship to Georgetown. So she's not, you know, this this one point one million to one point five million wedding is not necessarily all on him. No. You know, she probably traditionally if she's if she's living life, traditionally as appear she might be she might be paying for the bulk of it because she's the bride her father, her roar back might be playing paying for it. You know, I love that you put this more on Kelly Rura Rohrbach from the page six story. The most the most recent four stories of Kelly Roebuck, Kelly, robots diva attitude is ruining her acting career Leo and Kelly Roebuck enjoy the single life post split Kelly Rohrbach shows Leah what he's missing. He's probably like missing what who is this. I don't know Leonardo DiCaprio parties with his broS after break up. Of course, all he does he parties with his broS during break-up after break-up before break-up. That's what he does. He's the other partying with his broS. Or with a new twenty four year old to say, this is like a very two dozen nineteen sentiment. But there is something almost endearing about the fact that later on to Capri, oh is like such a shit head. But in a very traditional way. I mean, he's not out here. Doing terrible things..
"rura" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Okay. All right. So that being said, Angie, are you ready to talk about these eighteen players here on the edge of extinction? I am. Okay. And then this the system is only predicting original placement. The system knows nothing of this edge of extinction island right now. I don't know. I don't know. For a few more days. We'll pretend that it's not a thing. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. All right. So Angie, tell us who is the system telling you is going to statistically be most likely to be doing the worst during the worst is one of typically when I read their bios. This person is always one of my favorites. And they always do really poorly, and it breaks my heart every time. This is our Meredith grey. I one out is going to be Aurora. Oh, oh, yeah. Shots fired at Orion Rura. Yeah. So she is a textbook Meredith grey. So let me explain what that means a little bit. So this is someone usually in about their thirties, a female, and she is usually very accomplished in some sort of profession like like lawyer or doctor. Their their issue is that they are super intense there a little bit too cerebral. And they get really up in everyone's business and trying to tell them how to have played the game. And they tend to also think they're they're they're smarter than everybody else. And they they're not, you know, these these academic types often aren't as strong on the social side of things, and they think they're doing just fine in everybody's friend but release sometimes they can be a little bit annoying a little bit abrasive. So if you think of someone like Elisa that is typical Meredith high didn't say that. Well, she was I use her as an example because in Macronesia she said, I'm not gonna lie. I'm a little bit annoying. So she herself has self awareness that her personality's a bit intense. So is that if you look at franchesca to like, this is why the character type doesn't do. So while they usually flame out very early. They come on. Bird too hot too fast. I mean do think that the fact that she's a divorce lawyer gives her a bit of a leg up on the other types of of Meredith Grey's another law professions. Honestly, I I know little more than a care to admit about divorce and the management of emotions is a huge part of that job. Okay. Oh, I don't know..
"rura" Discussed on Eating For Free
"Can't get in quick. I wouldn't press release out of the way Jakko forecourt. So Piers Morgan got accused of faking illness, and I just wanna to talk about it. It was fake note. Okay. Okay. I want to talk about it briefly because I despise Piers Morgan. And I think presents the death certificate is like I actually wanted to start a gofundme me for the illness. Finally, take him out. So he was. Accused of faking stay in a hospital, and this is just really took a selfie. Listen, you know, he is Daily Mail. You know, and it really goes to show that not only is Piers Morgan a dummy bitch. But his people are also dummy bitches. So I mean martyrs to the extra listed. So he got accuse this week of faking stay in the hospital after he posted a selfie in his hospital bed. People started commenting like why has Pierce Borgen got a hospital gown on with his clothes underneath publicity stunt. Clarify that the illness was real I also want to clarify a story that he told the internet, which I personally. Okay. You know, those guys that like are constantly referencing their dick is, but probably don't have Dick's of note. Yeah. This feels like that he goes it's like weird flex. The doctor told the star. He had unusually large vital organs. Oh. Grows dirty again. For like, I had to know is that a good thing. Having a little organs better than having. It was a defense. He used against people claiming it was a fake illness. I guess choice weird flex weird flex influx. Okay. I also have one more Iowa's press release that I really have to get off the top of my head Macau calm. You definitely have this. But I was a rate. Okay. Okay. Let's discuss this for bed. Okay. With get mad. Buckle in. Okay. Headband on fighting stance at the ready. I was assaulted with the headline a picture of an egg beat Kylie Jenner for the most liked Instagram of all time like thirty five million hours. Something I just saw this afternoon cat guys. I am a journalist. I'm a reporter. I am a defender of truth. I'm a defender of Justice. I am a white Knight for the internet of accuracy. And let's just do a quick exercise. I'm so happy did. Because the first thing I said was. So I haven't Instagram monitor that various people have fast around on online influencers spaces to you know, prove the Rura city of follower counts likes. Are. You bought are your followers spots exam room. So when I ran this audit, I discovered that the average like on this was two hundred three million four hundred ninety five hundred forty don't four hundred thousand five hundred forty. That's how many likes the guts what it should have is twenty eight thousand way, we should have how many lakes twenty eight thousand for the amount of followers that it has that are real. Yeah. But the amount of bought so the amount of real comments is basically thirty thousand combat the amount of the amount of real lakes is thirty thousand the amount of bought lakes is somewhere close to twenty eight million. Okay. The. The average Botlikh is eight hundred thousand eight the average bought common is eight hundred thousand the real comments are when thous twenty and only seventy percent of its followers are real. That's exactly what I expected. I the second. I saw it. I was like, oh, how did I not know about this until it happened because it was like only once it got the followers that everyone's talking about knows I feel that we wouldn't have been on a movement of this for at least a few days, and I kind of suspicious about this. But when I really knew that this was fake when I really generally understood that this was a plant by the aluminum body. I was waiting was when the federal government over at BuzzFeed news wrote a story on this. And here's their accurate..
"rura" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Reporter Laura klivans, traveled north to Butte county. Well, before the campfire the county had some of the highest rates of childhood trauma in the state, Laura went to the town of paradise that same place. That's now burned down. I will go back in time for this story to Laura's visit. When paradise was still a thriving town. Then we'll catch up with Laura in the present. Here's laura. Let's start in a therapy session for Sabrina Hanes and her four year old daughter Aurora. They look a lot alike both blonde smiling both wearing stretchy workout clothes. Yes, they play with a big stuffed bear tweet stethoscope and bandits like how gentle European being while you put the band aid on mother and daughter are in one room, while the therapist Lori Taylor is right next door, she watches through a fake mirror and toxin to a Mike that goes straight to an earbud Sabrina wears. Can you hear me? Okay. But all Rohrer. Here's is her. Mom, Sabrina Rura are working on fears Aurora has about going to the doctor so talk a lot about Mr Barrot feeling scared. And we're going to try to help him come down after pretending to give the pair shots Aurora says she wants to be the patient. Okay. Healing activity that you've vegetarian greater chief letting you took care of her family, you're going to be able to keep your body calm next time. I go to the you keep your body, Tom. This is called parent child interaction therapy. The goal is to help parents and their kids communicate better and ultimately strengthened their relationship. Sabrina is here because she wants to learn how to raise Aurora differently than how her parents raised her because she had a traumatic childhood as a kid her parents went through a bitter divorce, and she took turns living with both of them. Sabrina says her mother struggled with drug addiction and her father was emotionally abusive. She says this neglect left her vulnerable to being raped at just five years old. You think it's your fault? What did I do wrong? The answer. Of course was nothing, but she continues to carry the effects of that painful childhood in her body and doctors have a name for the trauma Sabrina went through adverse, childhood experiences or aces. The idea of Acis comes from a study that surveyed thousands of patients about ten types of painful, childhood experiences.
"rura" Discussed on Talking Politics
"So the question is whether you switch, let off which a lot of journalists wanted. They find it rather -fensive and unhelpful if not moronic. So they say, we've, we've tried inviting our readers to talk to us and we hate them. So let's turn that off as they want to do that on Twitter, that's fine. Or you try and baked that into the model of what you're trying to do. I thought that was a more interesting thing to try, but then when it's political opinions, the expertise doctor who's done it, but then in this space, everyone's political opinions count to, and that's don't quite the same. Right. I think one of the things about free and free information is that has any significant political implications is how it necessarily leads to an awful lot of information being funded by advertising and. Advertising is Tim rerun woo rights, very compellingly in attention merchants is really about gaining attention, gaining holding attention. And so once you do, I suppose in a way that bog and what you say, actually, we're going to make information freely available, but we're going to also seek to to get some funding for it. Then the natural assumption was that funding would be through advertising, and then that is you follow it on one leads eventually to to people seeking as much attention and engagement as they possibly can and coming shouting very very loudly. Did you find the climate of political argument that the guardian came to represent what appeared? Not on its pages on its virtual pages, the fundamentally shifted once you opened it up in this way, because there's that whole question about what goes below the line, how you moan into that space, but not about on the whole medical coverage of that can be pretty vicious to the politics of it has got. Rura hasn't it? Yeah, it Dantley has though, I mean, Israel Palestine, you're, you're always gonna have difficult. Messy, sometimes awful conversations, the environment or science sometimes very good conversations..
"rura" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Katie kind of saying on the way I'm gonna be away from my from my then girlfriend at the time for like about six months is challenging, and you know, all these kind of stuff. And just just kind of saying to Jay's wife who understands that, like, how do you do stuff? You know a little bit of empathy and she wrote back and said, well, we're going to be in the same boat because Jay head into London. That was the first I heard of it, and I didn't realize that he was heading flown into styles, and I jokingly Roebuck and said, you know if he's going to style was and he doesn't put me in this one, I'm going to fucking kill him. Realize he wants. And I said, oh, I didn't even realize he was these those. And then we, you know, JJ show anyway. We're both big Beatles fans. We're both big money pint them fans. We both have the same synthesizers. We're constantly sending each other Sealy silly stuff, and I think the best story full funds, but I will Cup Chris will carry the football for the rest of this still empathize with this story. But you know, came over for the sunny balmy will Cup, you know, England making progress in a way that they hadn't done before and Rura young team, all this stuff, barbecues naked women running down the streets and and. And so chatting jail time and about Star Wars. And he said, I might have something for your whole time rewriting, not sure you know that could have turned into a six foot woman. Are you let me know if you work and it was all in and out in and out. And then England played Columbia, which is the first time in England's history that we've ever won a World Cup penalty shoot-out. And at the star that game, I was with a friend jetsam in Email and said, if England win tonight, you're in. And I was like, oh, you. That's a good way they gave way more pressurized full me. Obviously, we did win. So I was delighted that England one and then half an hour late. You know, in the Email saying, great, but you are in and you know, disney'll until she agents at some point. I mean on my your celebrations have been off the chain. Yeah, had a few drinks. I mean, I mean to be clear just to put this myspace tive, you literally have a quote from iota. I can see tattooed on your tattoo. Luminous bees. Are we not this crude matter? Star Wars is not my favorite any. The stars films are not my favorite films of all time. Although a couple of them appear probably. A couple of in my top twenty one of his top ten and he's the most influential movie for me and my my life Apocalypse Now is my favorite movie. But you know, I went to my brother's best friend's house because I never would never let member experience something without me tag along the most annoying little brother. Oh brother. We didn't have a video at the time Bates. Betamax that's on Betamax on my God. Yeah, we didn't have a video pledge pearly. Yeah, but my best friend's dad did. So my brother and his mate went outside the, you know, playing games, whatever. And I was obsessed with movies, still am at the time obsessed with movies and I put on 'cause I was allowed to raid the cabinet upon Empire Strikes about. I was thing that of watched was fascinated. And then the week after I watched raises the lost art and worked out or didn't work out. I kind of knew Harrison. Ford was both and then was confused and ask my dad, my dad said, oh, well, he's an act to, you know, put on a costume and then he plays around in space, and then he puts the customs. And I think he might tiny little mind that point for oldest cameras in space that just happened to capture this amazing. And later on the hige it must've added really adventurous life because any becomes an archaeologist, and he's running around teams and stuff. So from there I thought, yes, I won't be. An actor that something I can I would like to do but didn't know how to do..
"rura" Discussed on curiouscastaway Podcast
"You are the owner of immortal. When did you open the spa? Two thousand two thousand. And. Where did you get the money to open from playing music? Now open by. Music not make money. That's a lot of people say that about the music. And you also play in a band. That's death metal band task dead, mid home thrash death. Okay. How long have you been playing with this band? Allow full teen years for fourteen. Doesn't four that's a long time. So you. Grandfathers of Thai type death metal and thrash metal you band. Ben. Before I have all been up Ben plan plan plan. Of the book on new van Bittu? One us all of the. Plan is such a normal name. Listen. Is that a tiny plan pain in? What is that me way to to blest turbulent Chevy? Okay. Now, I was thinking English plan. Okay. Feels we'd now I feel like that was silly of me. I mean, it sounds like an actual English word sound similar to that. So you hear what you're trained to hear a lot of tie that sound English. Just like from your point of view, my hand being of being one particular is Di Di for us. Died for them dies like good. Good died. Tie-dyed it'd be different than if it's. Well, you learn something new. So what is the Taiwan for? Die. I what's the Taiwan for giant. Oh tie has always lables rights died. They're all different, right? Yeah. Yeah. Died guy. Yeah. So if you had a death metal bed here. Cold die. That would work, but you can't have a death. Metal Van Gogh. This is crazy. Expect that at all I was. I'm not gonna say this wind of track to, but that was very interesting. Just really there. After nine remember, the the rest of my questions after that one. So. Your band being playing for fourteen years. And you say you've played with soul flies or fly. Several Rura vice that for a long few. Yes. Nick, not hit breed Slipknot that. Pave many ban because Oban legend Hancock offered. Yeah. Sure. So you have a label. You have CD's. So my band. Pelham one music. That this music. Leo into my mouth. No liberal. Label that make all put accent. Upon my bed. So. You do you play music here. Full fashion. Not for money. Be famous. Have a Neo here. But..
"rura" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"And so like this is something that acts like picked up on like. A war and like he would buy shares and then this news would drop know. So maybe I should buy some shares of Rura. You should buy some weed years for sure. Yeah, you think is easing. So my boyfriend's very good at like picking stocks and like all that stuff is gonna get you stocks for your birthday like Honey did for I've honestly been thinking about, I'm like more of a jewelry go, but like I don't think I'd be mad at a few stocks because like I'm just too lazy. You look, I know it's what I should be doing, but I'm like, oh, he's doing that. Yeah, that helps. But that was like, I mean, that was really keen Connie did if we look in the homes, Disney Adidas, a deductible, apple, Amazon, the two billion. Yeah, that we know because the toes. Right. But I like I like it for like I mean, when you're like so rich and you have everything like you might as well get stocks, you go. Yeah. I mean, it's like they're getting each other cars all the time because it's like there's nothing more lavish for them. Like getting jewelry is like literally nothing to that. There is like to me, I'm like, oh my God. I'm like. A look. But for them it's just like, give them a car, and I'm going to thank you from Bentley, right? It's like give them stocks that money's going to grow or won't either way it's getting, you know, and light is there's opportunity, right? The American dream is the American dream, and this is just I feel like a really big shift that. I mean, it's not like I don't think this very, I'll pay for a long time you go. I mean, I don't know how once I mean, this news is now public. I feel like Coca-Cola's fine with that too. Like how long are they going to sit on it and someone else like might take the idea. That's also very true. Maybe you're right. And I guess it's legal like it's not. It's not psychoactive. So maybe it'll happen in twenty twenty twenty. I can't wait. That'd be weird to think about drinking soda as a relaxing. Because right now I try not to drink soda like after I only have one soda a day. I try China late just because like I don't need anything else to keep me up. You know, I want like sleeping is my favorite thing in the whole world whole world, and I don't want to do anything to disturb it would come to you wake up to get to this show. I set my alarm for about eight thirty depending on the day, the latest. Can roll out of bed is like nine five. And today was one of those days, the bun because I look was, I was like, I was like, I don't know if I'm like waking up on time. I woke up at eight thirty or maybe eight. I don't know. I was just like, I don't know. New York traffic. Yeah. And also you're a little bit like further west from the studio that I am so I know how long it takes me to get here. I can get it pretty good. Lucia, not waking up at like seven knows. I know you like glam. I dunno it was. Maybe she has an early riser I like glam, but my toe, this makeup, which I wear for everything in life. Like even my own wedding, probably mom takes me now like twenty twenty five minutes. Oh easy. How long does.
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"rura" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling
"So if you're already in the course go into the first chapter, where I keep the dates for office hours, I'm going to be putting links in there for one on ones. Now, the one on ones can be either free under the condition that I can share the content in the course and Endo pita thirty minutes, and you have to show you work work. We're going to do a screen sharing, but I will help you out and I will make the Louis available. It'll be, you know, not as often as you'd like, but I'm gonna off. For that up. Also make sure you emailing me any questions. All questions are answered via the course. I make videos and put it into the course. There's been some bonus sessions with a couple of students that I put in. So you not only do you get office hours every other week. You're going to be getting the videos from the one on ones and bonus episodes. Basically, I'll be putting in probably once a week once every other other stuff of your questions. So the co, what I want is the course to kind of compound over time, meaning that we get, we get more examples, get put into the course. I'm going to hold the prices for probably one more week this first week in September. I know everyone's been vacation in that yelling at me and I'll be back. We'll be back, whatever get back. Do I have to drag everybody to the Bank? Is that what I have to? I'll do it. I will. I'll come and find you and I'm gonna drag you to the Bank if I have to. I know everybody's out there doing good meetings, how to get meetings. Auto, I know one's opening my emails. Nobody's listening to my calls anymore. Show you what works today and we're going into end of the year this this money time. This is where you should be looking at your pipeline and saying, how do I close these complex sales and just take the course, you know, thinking about how much money look, how much money saved, annoy lost one hundred Cain commission, but I saved a couple of dollars. That's all anyways. They really appreciate everybody listening. Hey, have you checked out discover or they got a series of webinars right now, make sure you tell them you heard about it on the brutal truth that doing a lot of great work also gone. Have you seen gongs blog, Chris or lobs coming on the show. Got great one on on how to your product from a nice to have to a Mullah must have and how scientifically they've shown what the best way to handle objections are. So just go there, read the blog, make sure you register and they've got. Beautiful handouts, graphic ones that will show you exactly how to best handle objections, and I'm going to have Chad back on the podcast. We're going to be talking about it as well as you know, probably some of the people who are using the product is really amazing. The results people are getting, so make sure you're checking out them and also discover orbs wets Weber's are really good, and they just did a partnership with Bumba. Rura Bombonera is a company. I've had them on the b. two b. revenue leadership podcast where they can tell who's in market in market means they're reading articles about what you do, meaning that they're looking, but they may not know about you and your company yet..
"rura" Discussed on Unchained
"So so a lot of time in up won't load on the blockchain threatening. There's while the core breeding has to happen on the theory, blockchain and that in itself, you mentioned something which is the difficulty of passing something makes it more valuable. And I think that that's a that's a curious thing, but it is true and so because they fear in blockchain is is because the cats need to be borne on chain. There's no way to actually use any of the scaling solutions in development to to simplify that that actually has in unawed will limit their number and give give. Them values while as you're trying to kind of grow all this and do it on a theorem, which of course has killing issues and you're saying that you're trying to kind of do more off chain transactions. Does that risk centralizing the game more since you've been talking about how kind of the purpose of the game was to build something that was essentially. Purpose of the game is to teach values of decentralization. And so for me for us, I should say, we talk about this affair mouth. The fact that you as the user, you have your token, we can't ever take it away from you and that the core rules of the game are completely transparent forever everyone to see and that they're immutable, and we're sort of working through the process of of once I p once we can put the art on fess. That means that if the game goes away or if we go away, rather if all of the centralized infrastructure disappears, anyone can put up a competing UI or even at right now, someone can put up a competing you I, and and essentially our community can very easily fork to to alternative sort of providers of the same service. And so all of the off chain things were building are, are are sort of the cherry on top. If you will. And so anybody can anybody can can build that on top of the the core token. What that means for the user is the is choice right on freedom as if we ever end up being a bad actor misusing your information, building futures, they don't like complicating the interface, whatever it may be. There's there's always going to be alternatives available to them. And that's the point of centralization. It's not that actual code. All of the code needs to be running on the public blockchain. It's that the the user has the ability and the freedom to to to just simply take their business elsewhere. And what that does is a narrows the sort of the spread between price marginal costs and gives the value back to the user. Super interesting. And I actually also just want to circle back to when we were talking about the funding that you guys received. You also mentioned that you're exploring these things like kitty races and stuff in order to test some of the more experimental technologies. Is that kind of like a nother layer of kind of or a second part of your mission with now dapper labs that you've spun off to, I guess, to do with productivity and why you got this funding from injuries in the other investors. While the mission is to bring billion people to the blockchain and to to really teach the values of decentralization in a way that people can feel not not sort of be lectured at. And if we the hoops we have to jump through in order to get there are are just that they're means to end its to restoring the consumer rather than saying, we're a platform company or Rura were kind of scaling boxing's company I under so many smart people working on the various parts..
"rura" Discussed on Warm Regards
"So on your Twitter bio, you describe yourself as an indigenous scholar of inclusive? Ocean conservation. So what is that mean to you? I think the rest of that Twitter bio where it says intersection matters probably is another portion of that where really as I'm an indigenous person, I'm a citizen of the Chickasaw nation. As you had mentioned in actually grew up in western Washington area where my dad and his family are enrolled with scotch at tribe. And so I consider the sailor. She my home on hand, grew up with the cultural and commercial aspects of the co- Salas community here in Washington state. And I have a lot of respect and gratitude to the people that I get to work with now in who have taught me throughout my life about the value importance of having relationships with the different animals and people in our community. And I think. I believe that it's really necessary to be inclusive of the many folks who have not only steak but cultural social and economic ties to the many different natural resources in particularly in the marine environments. So that really drives a lot of my workers to ensure that the work on conserving our oceans is as inclusive as possible. So most. Obviously Rura an active member of the new American community were closely with them. Have you found that there are in in describing their work?.
"rura" Discussed on New Player Has Joined
"Colorado's remember rura shooting remember mine jon benet ran as a conspiracy theory with it's like it goes it really goes legend in the aurora shooting because you're like i'm from aurora and i was like that sounds so familiar yeah i i remember the day after the shooting of me being like oh i'm going to start telling people in from aurora now and the first thing of is the dark knight rises i i know i know i say this a lot and i know i harp on away too much but can we stop talking about shootings and start talking about kirby till's entail all the time undoing so redundant everything on our next game you want to jump into the next the next the next game it's time for a game we wrote just for you bone it's called this sounds like a curvy gate game it's not a curvy game what if it was a curvy so we're going to i should i should point out there are so many kirby games a lot and some of them have ridiculous titled kirby's can make them in anything interment that he's in super smash bros and it's also like the most adorable creature in the known universe is like yeah sure so versatile he's verse he's so soups verse so we've just come up with some fake kirby game titles and we're just going to try to think about what this game would be that first one kirby drink and stumble now this is reality for a lot of people a lot of people but this is this is this is the game kurt takes place in brooklyn always at two am to him but it's this new like dom novelty bar that's opened up where like the thing is like there's hopscotch squares like throughout the parts people realize if you have never lived in new york too is like when some bars yeah i mean the thing about la i don't know how you dry everything closes at ten or eleven done yeah but we're to brooklyn kirby draken stumble you drink drink a bunch of tito's and then you go to hopscotch my thing was it was exactly the same thing as regional kirby game but all you were able to suck into kirby was a bottle of like ten dollar handle vodka from a convenience store and then he just turned to the camera just started telling you what he really thinks about you good i don't i don't think he can get drunk i he could swallow as many drunk people as he wants he's drunk he can't take upon it just murder curvatures it's just murdered hurting them into stars i have fun flowed into space forever doc movie in the next one kirby's majestic hot air balloon extravaganza i would love that this accent sounds like a real game i picture that kirby is the hot air balloon like your luigi you're not mario it's not gonna be a mario game but you're luigi and your steering kirby and a hot air balloon race around the world you know what no you know what this is this might be like i mean it's a crossover title shirt but this may be a great idea for the first peach game she's got the flying capability ability but then maybe she like enlists in kirby's helped to make a hot air balloon to have a magical extravaganza or maybe they fight each other via hot air balloon peach in smash brothers would not give her own game like why show that he's powerful and strong and that you do not that powerful i don't know like i guess you could make the same argument with bowser thousand or have his own game but but bowser is like in chart he's like the villain he yeah yeah he's showing peaches like i guess i'm his agents you look at the game and in new light just had a great moment of yeah thousands can is in control of his own destiny but is peach peach peach didn't have that first moment of tommy until odyssey when she's just travelling yeah which is a fantastic i just beat a game just beat it's so fucking on so let's go game number three kirby's one hundred percent platonic sleepover mike mike this is this is basically every fire island trip i go on i think that says pervy just goes to fire island with a group of other we'll soon kirby's gay in this world and with a bunch of other gay pink pink puffs and i i'm sure that's not a slur but it sounds out heavily last i'm gonna quit and here.
"rura" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"You okay with being being murdered zero state zero is my number looking for for all those conservatives out there who are like rura death penalty death penalty you guys like to like crow about how you know your views your faith your culture is better than me as a muslim even muhammad saw whistle himself stated his his own words were i would rather let a guilty man go free then to punish man who is innocent so i mean come on like this is this is foundational ideas that we shouldn't like we shouldn't be arguing about this stuff in the twenty first century like the great minds of antiquity already decided that the state killing people was a bad idea like even though you have execution and capital punishment within the islamic framework none of that has anything to do with the state it's all private private courts private arbitrated courts are not owned run or financed by the state they're all completely separate from that like even it seventhcentury arabia understood the government killing people is a bad idea yeah and then when you have governments that are pulling off these murders you're forcing people like myself who are morally opposed to killing other humans you are forcing me to pay to kill someone will not only you're forcing antiwar activists like myself and will and johnny and millions of others you were forcing them to pay drone bomb people halfway across the world you are forcing environmentalist to subsidize oil companies you are i think people to pay for things that they abhor the and those drone pilots are largely responsible for the spiking suicides in the us military a lot of this everything here that your listing off though it brings me i've said this over and over again society's countries nations you have the leadership they deserve that is a reflection one of the people we have become a society that we argue over whether or not it's okay to murder children whether they're in the womb or in afghanistan we literally argue over whether or not it's okay to murder people we argue we have arguments we have political leaders who spent four hundred thousand dollars of their daddy's money to overturn the decision of their states government on whether or not the state should murder people on whether or not i mean this is a country we are a country executed a fourteen year old black boy because he was in the wrong place at.
"rura" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"A seven to those start he's taken care of the ball is only throat five interceptions he's one of the top ten guys in the country in terms of compe pollution so he's playing that quarterback position very well he's become a complete quarterback and i think that he's not only going to have to play sharp this afternoon to lock eight position in the big 12 championship game but he's going to have to up his level of play if you get into that championship game and outduel baker may feel good luck with that captains meeting in the middle of the field for the two of the coin offer baylor spent a season they only have one win ten losses they're working on their third starting quarterback but he comes from a good light of quarterbacks his name is charlie rura freshman from austin for more on him down on the sidelines at a happy thanksgiving the infants seventie it back at shapiro and yet he comes from uh almost loyalty and the state of texas you know quarterbacking at let let lead trap his charlie brewer has had a pretty good year this year as a freshman quarterback and his dad robert brewer play quarterback its axis his grandfather played quarterback in texas his brother michael brewer siwa texas tech and they went on to start a bridge in you check in talking to matt role as head coach he said man the moment is just isn't too big for this gun manning he's in his dna literally is dna as a give an example he said big 37 in west virginia comes over after i call it a timeout he says a coach i've got this i look in any i as a dui said yeah i've got this next seen large downplay or bears he added young man it does this moment at a rivalry game and one of those games that can save a season for one win team as a kind of guy you want gordon back for you because as he told oldest coach you've got devs deposit all right thank you very much mccoy done baylor won the toss deferred so get a look at tcu on offense to start the.