23 Burst results for "Sansa"

"sansa" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

03:21 min | 8 months ago

"sansa" Discussed on Security Now

"To issue a patch on Super Bowl Sunday. I said Super Bowl, they didn't. Which they said is highly unusual. Sans sek, they wrote expects that mass scanning and exploitation will happen within the next 72 hours. I saw elsewhere people saying within a couple hours. Under implications in their posting, they wrote this vulnerability has a similar severity as the magento shoplift vulnerability from 2015. At that time, nearly all unpatched magento stores globally were compromised in the days after the exploits publication, and remember, this is PHP. It's a few lines of PHP. So it's not going to take a high end reverse engineering rocket scientist hacker to figure out what got patched. And since the cat's already out of the bag, Sam sex saw no need not to show the full patch in their announcement which they did. It's just a I looked at it. It's a regular expression in a loop, string replacement, presumably to sanitize some dangerous user controlled input to make it un dangerous. The patching advice itself is sort of interesting. First of all, the trouble affects versions 2.3 .7 P two and earlier. And 2.4 .3 one and earlier of both the magento and Adobe ecommerce platforms. They're the same thing, essentially. Apparently Adobe paid 1.68 billion to put their name on it. According to, who clearly understand what's going on, Sansa said, sites running magento 2.3 or 2.4 should install the custom patch from Adobe ASAP. Ideally within the next few hours. Sites running ASAP, all right. Yeah. During the game, I'd like to stop turn off the TV. You've got no time to get this in. They said, sites running a version of magento two between 2.3 .3 and 2.3 .7 should be able to manually apply the patch as it only concerns a few lines of PHP source. And they said, and sites running magento 2.3 point three or below are not vulnerable. So this was introduced after 2.3, but between 2.3 .3 and 2.3 point later. However, Sansa still recommends they wrote manually implementing the given patch. And why not? Just do what Adobe wants you to. Although you could probably safely, although apparently I said this, you could probably safely watch the big game first..

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"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"And just so happens when she's sleeping. After the red wedding she finds her mother's body like floating down the river and the wolf polls catlin's body out of the river and she's discovered by the brothers without banners. And as we know barrick has been resurrected six or seven times or whatever so he's like animated by this weird fire magic and he ends passing that catlin and so barrack dies and catlin is revived. That seems like a pretty big thing that happens. It's a pretty big thing that happens to call her lady. Stone heart from that point on ladies turn heart never enters the story. Martin always wanted her to be part of the story the zeiss. Yeah waste and benny off always wanted to kind of look. We can't we need to keep the magic to a minimum You know i feel about that. Yeah well you probably aside with and benny offering. Yeah i guess it would depend on the role. She plays and then the ramifications of her absence trump's the narrative well what happens is ladies stone heart. You know when barrack says every time i come back i'm less of who i was or whatever when lady stone art comes back. She's like this vengeance monster like that's all that drives her she just wants vengeance. She's like all of her sort of that cemetery. Yeah she she gets pet cemetery. That's right that's exactly right and She comes back and she's totally. She wants vengeance against jaime and all of that business so That's a really major character that we lose from the book narratives from a dramatic perspective. Not bringing her back gives you a little more gravity going forward having her back as like now you gotta you gotta reconcile that she's back and there's like and then i think leads maybe to your other point like we'll how more people don't get resurrected during this thing and i think that it also un moore's aria to an extent. I think that knowing that arias mother is still in the world. And you're still hoping for something of a reunion distraction. I think yeah maybe so. I think that if you completely erase all of arias family which essentially. That's that's happened. I mean they're still john who's like lost up north and they're still sonza. Who's now lancaster. I suppose everyone that might comfort. Aria is gone and basically leaves her with the only parental figure. She has now the hound right. That's a big difference. Well yeah and it was interesting. I reading about One of the commentaries. And i think it was from martin south talking about the The killing of rob and it was kind of important to make it real clear to readers and fans and all that this story is in the story of starts per se. Yeah and i think it'd be real easy. And i think that's probably why people are upset about the red wedding because you know you're kind of holding onto. That isn't that isn't isn't the stark situation. What were what we are. Kind of tethered. To and then to untethered that. Feel i still very fragmented now might also wear right so the stocks are a little bit of a device to bring you to all the different places in west row so like john goes north of the wall so we learned about that through. John's is sonza. Ned good kingsland and we learn about that through their eyes. You know aria sort of all over the place so we're learning about all these different characters so they are an important device and winter fell sort of the place where invested in but even winner fails burned down at this point right under. The story is an. You'd be pretty confident that like this story is going to carry itself without the initial device that delivered the story. Yeah right there has to be more of an element of a virtue and family values and honor to it in order for any of that to matter initially so the absence of it is fascinating too. Because it's like at some points. It feels like an indictment on those concepts and we and we see that right. We see the idea of the idea of family values with the tyrian taiwan exchange. Yeah that was great. The told us so much about their relationship. But it also told us about taiwan's motivations because taiwan's really sort of the puppeteer for a lot of these major events right which is fascinating too because of tyrian. You know like there's that now fleeting moment where he was the the hand and there was a sense of like. Wow this is really an opportunity for him to shine but at the end of the day you find out. Taiwan is just like. You're there as long as i needed you to be there and then now you know you well like i think you said last time. Taiwan doesn't mind moving his own children around like chess pieces. He is a great to sink idea of collectivism versus individualism. Because he's basically saying look you don't matter your sister does not matter what matters is the larger legacy of the family right. Why didn't you. Why didn't you drown me. 'cause you're a lancaster your lancaster to a certain degree. He's that's how that is he. Reveals one of the main rules of the game of thrones. That's right because we've seen it between ned and then rob. This is the problem right. I mean this is. This was nets problem and then now rob you know. He went and was like well. I want to. But i don't wanna marry this person for strategy's sake i wanna marry this person for love. The scene with a tyrian and sonza really does hammer home. Their age differences. Yeah he's really sort of like the cool older uncle and you really seeing like man. He's her she's such a teenager and he's just such a you know such a a nice old guy but he's an old guy yeah and they're walking along. They're trying to connect tyrians looking over his shoulder to see sort of shea. You know he. He's carrying just in the the worst possible situation but they end up sort of connecting with sort of a. I don't know connecting on kind of like a youth worker troubled youth level. They're finally kind of like realizing. Oh you have it bad too. You know there's we we both kind of fuck interesting interesting alliance kind of situation or from. It's an interesting. Because the hierarchy of age hierarchy of gender Are kind of thrown out the window. A little bit in this exchange. It's an equality of circumstance and then it completely just unravels because whatever sort of goodwill. He's building with her is totally lost. When he realizes that the lancaster's killed my brother and mother on your lancaster that part echoes right. When taiwian is like. I you know. I spared you because you're atlanta's are saying look regardless of what you do or whatever i think of you your name is your identity. And so when he steps in there he doesn't get to be tyrian. The guy that's like man. I'm on your side. I try to get brian. A real cool. Saddle If it were up to me ned blah blah blah doesn't matter airline astir and that's you don't get to have it both ways right. You don't get to to have the have the juice that takes you know that gives you the opportunity to eat free elsewhere but then not be able to to also take the bland ramsey has his own way. Steve yeah i not supposed to play the food by the way. It's just one of the rules. Yeah ramsey. I'm gonna need this. I'm gonna meet this subplot to here. Well okay so ran getting getting getting torture..

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"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Other hand might they give them a bit. More of an aria right okay. So when people see you they see a little aria but deep down inside you know. You're more like sonza. Yeah yeah all right. Thank you so much. Linden l. my pleasure. I you know. I really love discussing these these books and being something that You know elian. I have been doing back and forth for many many years now. The over twenty years has been over twenty years. Yes said it still a daily part of our lives. Very very grateful. stephen. I cover me so. This is the finale of season three. This is the episode. Were brand and sam encounter. each other jamie returns to king's landing grit finds john and shoots him with three arrows and then of course danny becomes the silver-haired savior as the uk. Slaves receive her as their mother. Here's steve osborne. Steve is jeffrey less handsome when he's happy or when he's pouting. Yeah a happy joffrey is. Is it a really like some people are bad. Criers like tobey. Maguire for example Sure you know. I mean that's michael jordan. Michael jordan aminat tobey maguire uncle. Ben death and spiderman is. That's new start rooting for the costume. And yeah man. Jaffray like somehow is face looks upside down when he's happy. I think this is the happiest we've seen jaffrey. he's a morphine into like ruko. Salt in willy wonka. Yeah he undergoes a transformation. Sort of like a reverse. Transformation remember when Empire strikes back when luke undergoes a transformation until like a groundhog or some so when he learns the truth about later. Yeah yeah his whole face he like he turns into some other creature. Yeah it's not This is sort of the reverse if you were to throw that in reverse you get joffrey being. That's fair. yes that's the big takeaway from from the season. Finale shafi space. Well i will say this jack leeson. He's tremendous he just nails that part. I just can't imagine anyone else being that that character. But you know. I have mixed feelings about jaffrey As a as a character he's going through a hard time. I mean it's not easy being joffrey. Okay you know. Sure i mean. Imagine imagine you're in a lot of stress at work too. But i've never cross bowed somebody to death. Also i don't have a cross. You're not the progeny of tw- incest. That's one thing. I don't know i've never done the twenty three and me. I make a lot of assumptions. Man i was. I mean you'd be like twelve and a half in me all right well. Enough with the math. Humor so dismemberment count Increase rose in between the episodes. Rob's had his head lopped he loses his head and growin does too is wolf. That's true he gets dismembered. That was the opening scene. Yeah it's pretty rough so you know. That's a dramatic impact of the red wedding coming into this week like what's going to happen. Am i going to get a drink of cool water. Or am i gonna yeah. I'm more of the same right so so there was a part like it's like our just gonna pick right up there okay and it's like if you had any moment where you're like maybe you know especially if you're going like week to week on this where you had an opportunity to sort of let it settle and you get the gumption to go back right because like you said. There's probably some people that were like now. I'm not. I'm not going with this anymore. Not yet now. If you've got any of the any of the swing states are coming into watch this and this to push them man. They could turn it off right there. Now you as the audience member feel like a member of robb's army so to speak right like just going to rub it in to me now and you have that mocking call back to the way that the end of the first season the king of the north chance right right and in addition to that i think it shows an interesting amount of restraint to leave the back end of that red wedding scene to the next episode. Yeah to know exactly like okay. We're going to cut this right at the most dramatic part so that the end of episode nine is really the emotional gut punch. And then you're right when we jump into this episode. It's like just rub it in you know. You've been stewing on the gut punch now. We're gonna jazz going right into it and man. It is a lot like seeing him. Get paraded around did. Did the gut punch continue right. It was like realized. Oh the person hadn't taken their fist out of my stomach and of course. That scene bleeds ford to murray encounter with the fray man along the road. But it's an interesting in really important moment right. Because i think you're you've had the like you said the gut ponds you've had this mockery. There is a sense of like man. There's gotta be some is there any justice can be served right and so here's area and face to face and there's there's a part of us i imagine most audience members have this like men. Something's gotta happen. These guys right. Minute happens at the hands of aria. Aria has essentially her first murder. So then then this sense of justice. And i would say i premeditated premeditated murder yet and so so we have this moment where it's like oh it actually is a continuation of of the gut punch in my opinion because instead of it being this like somewhat redemptive moment or or ushering and of justice. Well she's not going to be the same ever again. That's right that's all a part of all this tragedy. Her moment is is just an extension of the tragedy. So you get that like well. Yeah these guys deserve to die in sort of your fictional body count mine but then the way that it happens. Just further complicated. Well you kind of know that a little bit when you said she's going to become john wick. She is a little john. Wicky in this sense and it is supposed to sort of grudge that justice itch. Although i have to say it's always a sad. It always sort of brings out a certain sadness for me. You know. I just. I kind of feel like i. Just don't like cnn aiming. I know that i'm supposed to there's part of me. That really enjoys seeing the vengeance. Yes the idea that. All i didn't i didn't i acted that was the thing i like it. What it was kind of interesting lesson right because you think you want vengeance. But then i will cost and i guess that sort of you could almost sum that up with the whole rob narrative and the kind of all of the narratives that involve vengeance right like. Yeah you're singularly focused on this but but then every every step you make cords bringing in justice on your terms yields new treacherous result that you have to navigate. This isn't a video game where the credits roll. This is all these actions have consequences and heather's point was she's like well now it's fitting that she's with the hand because she's becoming. That's right that's right. We already made the terminator connection down where she's kind of explained to him like this guy's innocent. Don't just kill him and he doesn't he does knocks him out or whatever But at the same time so you could say that hounds becoming a little bit more like her and she's becoming more like the hound rice. Yeah yeah so. Their relationship becomes overlapped and in many ways. Okay so there's a major book difference from this point on in the. Hbo adaptation in the books. Arias having wolf dreams just like brand was.

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"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"They when they think of you that that's a tough one. I think the probably ambiguous onslaught at heart. There are some things that aren't very like me but but this did that. Some of that nuys innocence. I've always said 'cause. I mean sounds like it's you know a lot of complaints from some groups of leaders on her the way she acts and the choices that she makes the first building people would like to think when they're put in the situation that they are going to be aria not some some. It's very much like people who read donald thomas covenant books and the oh god. I can't read a book with such a horrible character. Who's active like that. In in as well you know if you get dumped in a fantasy world in his situation i think his reactions are perfectly reasonable. I can very much see how his his disbelief his his constant Refusal to accept the situation Annoyed by it. i i understand. He's coming from even though pushing not fictive by leprosy but yeah i get him in and i get sun sai you know i'd like to think that i would be brave and resourceful in and all of those things but now i have a bit of a song sign people knowing my temper on the.

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"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"If you were going to show that guy on screen he you would never look at anything else. He's dressed like a clown now. Of course danny thinks it's great right. But i think that but i think that you know that character a little bit and now. He's just a handsome hunk of sexuality. Yeah i think that. I do think that dario at depending on the actor could've could've worked. I think that the first norio they had could have carried that off movies now. I then for some reason they went. I mean at least that guy was making an effort to be flamboyant and when the week asked him it was like. Nah you just going to be over the picking some flowers which was the most dario unlike. That's not tracked dinares storm. No flowers was really the thing. So i sum severed heads right now just as far as the the show differences in the show. There is a number of major differences but one of the major differences is that peter babyish does a lot of exposition for sonza. Yeah and it really sort of is a short. I mean you have to kind of condense a lot of that story in to sort of bite size bits and so that happens but in addition to that bay leash outs ren lee and loris as lovers. Which which was shocking to me. I mean certainly. That's not in the book. Mean it's there are some subtle hints in the book but But to say that like out in public where everyone can hear i just. I was kind of amazed that that they chose to tell the story in that way. Yes i that seem to be one of these things where they didn't quite trust the audience just to pick up hints which is which is all because one of the things that they argued about early on and said that we didn't wanna put in the hints about john's parentage. Or yom because people would figure it out. You know the power of Incident in crowd. Sourcing of discussion means that you can't really bring hide. These things is looking at how people peak the part things like westworld and found little clues and so on any true if you're storytelling depends on absolutely hiding things you can have a problem with the way. The internet works so in that sense. They didn't want up put out hints. But then s with laura's mentally for some reason they felt that they needed to put it right out there other than just hints. Which.

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"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Is there's going to be fighting we're going to bear the brunt on it So so jane is another of these hapless victims but doesn't get a chance to have their own. She has her story. But it's it's not given any place because the other stories crush it. I wonder if we will hear. I wonder if her story will become more prominent. Because i mean. I guess the analog here is she's almost the female version of john snow who is always kind of you know. Living in the shadow of rob and orbiting the force of gravity that is winner fell But always sort of taking a role of subservience and no one knows that knows what he has to do it. in in he knows his place in the family Jane jane is very much you know. She's she's not illegitimate in in any sense but she does have that one down position and then just completely treated terribly terribly as fake aria. Yeah i think that with the time that marcus invested in her in a adults ryan's It's not a a story that he is just dropping from that point. That unfortunately has been one of the writing problems. I think not not jane specifically but the fact that he really wants to do right by as many characters as possible the he always says that he imagines what the story is for For all of them. This guardsmen whose nameless he has a back story so whenever he brings somebody to the forefront and starts talking about what has happened to them he tends to want to go and give them a full arc. A full story arc Usually full story arcs that you're dead by the end of a in west rose and given his said that he needs to reduce the number of points of views characters in general. And there's a lot of people are going to see their stories wrapped up in that way i think. But but yet he likes to see a completeness not just saying oh yeah they they pass through here and we we get a little snippet of their story very much in contrast to The last light of the sun by gabriel cave. I'm not now. He is That particular he he gives little snippets of people at the main characters encountered and he switches over for this very briefly. Give like maybe a couple of paragraphs but this person at the main characters sort brushed up against to just to show that there are many stories going on. And i can tell all of them but these decisions by the main characters are going to have effects beyond the circle of characters that i'm featuring so just the so the whole tapestry of stories Whereas george tends to like to Anyone who gets features significantly gets a beginning a middle and an end. Hey wanna ask you a question about Robert inserting Clearly the feast ends and robert bursts in. He's drunk he says. Look i am the king. And if i wanna fight in the malay al fighting the malay the basically that's what he says and i always read that like okay. This is just sort of sursee trying to talk sense into a man who's clearly past his prime. And then i think but i know more about sir c than i once did. Is it possible that sursee his goading him that she actually really wants him to fight and so she tells him no you can't you absolutely can't knowing that he will insist that he can. Yes i think so. There's may be a part of her. That feels that. I don't want my husband. you know. Make fool of himself just because it looks bad for me on the other hand. I think she's so used to just feel ashamed about him because that's really all. She feels that he's always fool. He's a full. he's he's drunk. He's fat he's you know there's not analyst of pride left in her for her husband so whether it's conscious i mean she's she's running so it could very well be conscious voting here that you know. Yeah have him go out there and maybe you know. Break his back or something. I don't i'm not sure. She thought that he would. You know get killed or something but you know bake if you bone so we can stick him somewhere for a few months. And i don't have to deal with him. Serves him writes. Your is you know it's gonna react. Yeah i mean. It's very possible that she thinks it will be better for me. If he's dead i will. I will be the power behind. John kerry and i don't have to deal with the school. No absolutely she's certainly feels that she would run things much better than what he will done. And they are probably the two least. -able people to running western. You could find well. Okay no i moon. Boeing might be a little bit worse. I suppose but i wouldn't I wouldn't vote for either robert or sursee. Let me mention a few notable interactions in the chapter. Now if i was going to mention every new name we met that one of those chapters where you know you can't i mean it's just there's there's probably fifty names of nights that will never meet again that are mentioned or maybe we will. Maybe maybe they'll come back It into the story at a later date but just a few things here well We see for us and barrick tilt against each other so it's interesting knowing where they end up going thorough sis described as one with a flapping red robes and shaven head The seven nights of the king's guard. We see them all together for the first time. They're all kind of Nameless other than jamie's him yes. That's moon boy. Moon boy is a. I think he's a wonderful book. Only character is. Is he a simpleton he's too he's too shrewd. he's too smart simpleton. Loris is clearly a stunner. I mean he's just as the rockstar. He's a rockstar. In yes right in zomba's is these iraq's laugh she's a groupie officials and it's not an introduction but peter makes his introduction to sonza and i thought it was interesting how he does it she. Her eiser so glued to loris that here. He is standing over her. You know measuring her touching her hair and she's not prepared for the. I thought that was a very interesting foreshadowing of that. She's in his shadow. That's right Book versus show differences bow. There's a lot this this is so different. I mean this is one that suffered very much from it. Being first season in the sense that even though in the first season they they make a lot of attempts to stay very close. The budget isn't there. It's much like when robert goes on his hunt and goes walking in the woods or three guys. That's not a royal hunt that that's a little guys getting lost in the woods. Yeah no that. But you're absolutely this is so this is so rustic. It's it's his little country turney. It's it's all it's quite drop as well..

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"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Fake. Aria is interesting that she doesn't really have Personality and character she she is a character is overlooked. She she is Turned into nothing really. She's just a name and that name is then replaced right she. She's so she's. I like the shadow imagery. So she's lived her life in the shadow of the start girls and her whole identity is about. Did you know kind of orbiting their force of gravity and then when she's plucked away from all of that her her entire identity is now replaced by a false identity are in stark so she she never gets the she really never gets the chance to be anything other than you know. A poor shadow of one of these stark girls. She's tragic and i is she is i mean she's kind of she's one of these Victims of of the circumstances which like when we see ban traveling around the river lands and seeing how they the small folks for from the war and how they don't really care who's on the phone or whatever it's whoever it.

"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Don't think they have a very deep connection. She feels clearly that jane is a little younger and more childish than her so at this point certainly she she kind of she forgets about her absolute moment. She she when she leaves with september day and I think they grown apart more about that grown apart willing in the sense that i think When they were back in win to fail and Sounds perhaps didn't think so much about the court in everything before barbara shoda been before the marriage was arranged. They were more on the same level but now sounds has a marriage being discussed and she's going to be a great lady at. It's like those were you. You've got your friends at school when you're twelve thirteen. Whatever name one of them gets a boyfriend or new interests in. You can go part very quickly there. I was just noticing that when like sonza always notes her presence but doesn't care to tell us anything she doesn't devote any of her thought world to what's going on with jane. she observes everything else. She observes the intricacies of the coats of arms in the colors and the and the snapping banners and the shining armor and gene pool is an afterthought even so much so that when she's clearly deeply disturbed by this murder. She's taken away and sounds it doesn't even know she's gone. She's oh she just completely forgot about jane and then kind of notices a little bit later that she's gone we don't know what happens to her during the feast and it makes me think about where jane's character will end up You know in dance. And i think oh no no one cares about jane like santa's supposed to be your best friend sohn's doesn't even care about jane. She's kind of salsas shadow. Here you have just and obviously the fact that she doesn't ends up being the replacement ariaria fake.

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"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Okay that that has a that. Chapter or that paragraph has a little parallel later on where she's noticing the the death of of Of the night who here who is murdered. Basically yeah yes and. She looks on with fascination. I don't get the sense. That sonza is I think that sounds. Aria may have more in common than they would care to admit. Sonza is maybe on. The surface is this sort of prim and proper little lady but she has greater aspirations and on top of that she's not squeamish and i thought that was a very very great poop portrayal of someone who has cert- sort of this this potential to be someone like i. I don't want to say sir. Say but lady alanna were or catlin or something like someone like that. Who's a very very strong and noble woman in this world that there is a wolf somewhere in obviously and i mean kathleen is a very strong character as well and has taught her doctor to be a what a lady has to be able to do. And of course the interesting part about second-section there were the hugh vela's killed Is the way that it is described from santa's perspective Eights almost beautiful. She never seen a man die before she ought to be crying too. She thought but the tears would not come. Perhaps they had been used up. Perhaps she had used up all for tears for lady in brand it would be different if had been jury or sir rodrick father. She told herself so she. She's noticing she's also self-aware. She's gonna see. Maybe i should be crying. But i just. I don't feel anything in that way for this nameless night or this and also this as she focuses on the there will be no so so for him. That was sad. How hard will us the fact that she still she still in her story exactly. It's but just the way that she describes the blood. There that is coke was blue the color of the sky clear. Summer's day trims of the board or crescent moons but as blood seeped into the cloth darkened in the moon's turned red one by one very ominous in this sort of very poetic in a way that she sees these socio observes it and still sees it as it.

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"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"By killing bertam dairies horse by mistake. And he's then he forfeits his victory at whereas nothing like that happens to greg gagne for actually killing his opponent yes. The horse is valued higher. Yes yeah there are these there. Are these rules that This kind of rubber stamp the the good kind of violence but the back kind of violence will bring you disgrace. And i think that the hound is someone who he knows that it's all bullshit like he's gonna call bullshit on the whole thing and because every everyone is telling themselves the same lies and he knows that they're lies. He has no incentive to be anything other than joffrey dog. He knows what he is and he and he feels like. I'm the only one that i don't know if he feels this way. But this is why project on him that he's the only one that can tell the truth about how this is all just a big deception. But you know he's still. He's still joins the list. See still competes You know he still does what he's told the he can. He can thrive in this the midst of all of this deceit. Yes but i think you're absolutely right that he very much feels like i'm the only one here who's telling myself or anyone else the truth about what this means. Obviously you have people who who managed to very much live up to imbalanced the ideals in a reasonable way and live long lives being fairly honest with themselves and you barrington manages pretty well but even there you can argue. He went from one king to the other. Should he have done that so he he has life choices that he's not entirely comfortable with either but he seems to still mostly believe in the ideals so it's not just the the very young that managed to still believe in the ideals of tillery. Sometimes they managed to hang on but A lot of people probably grow very disillusioned over time and realize that. It's a game a play. I you mentioned. I do wanna talk about sonza. I you mentioned that You have a certain affinity for sanja. I wanna read this one part because it's it's very striking and very different from the The hbo adaptation in in this way. So here's a here's a chapter From okay i'll just read it. The jostein went all day and into the dusk than the hooves of the great war. Horses pounding down the lists until the field was a ragged wasteland of torn earth. The dozen times. Jane in sonza cried out in unison. As writers clashed together is exploding into splinters while the commons screened for their favorites jane cover her. Jane covered her eyes. When a man fell like a frightened little girl but santa was made of sterner stuff. A great lady knew how to behave at tournaments even septum more dane noted her composure and nodded in approval. And i.

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"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Recaptured is absolutely always present. And for that to work you have to experience it or you have to see that. There are some people who see this beauty. It's taken away from them. It makes it much more hoaglund makes it hits harder than if you just open up. You can do that. I mean. I don't have you read a mary. Gentles at ash yes secret history. Have where the. I think it's the first line is. It was her scars that made her beautiful. I mean you're starting off your starting very dark larsen so you can't do it but it's it's a very different experience. This reminding in this way. This chapter reminds me a little bit of brands second. Pov chapter in that. The entire the entire chapter is exploring Really brands love for climbing to. He's a very able bodied person. But through that you're also learning about all of the nixon intricacies of winter fell right because he's climbing all over winter fell and it's so important to him. It's so important to him that he can climb high higher than anyone else and commune with the birds and it just court his identity that he's an able bodied person and so when he falls and then we find out what's been taken away from him. It's a real moment of grief and this is something very similar is happening. Tucson's it in this chapter. I think really court her identity is this mythology of the seven realms in the mythology of the gallant and honorable night or the true night whore. This is just. It's shakes her so much. Yes and so when that is taken away from her. I mean it's taken. It's taken away tiny bits and pieces here and there She's realizing she she's already lost a wolf. That's right but there. She's trying to see in this chapter she tries to put on. It was already an. It's not my doll face. Still has her faith in him and because something beautiful can't be evil. She needs to tell her that. Self that story over and over and over. Yes yes she she. She knows that joffrey is a monster but has convinced herself that he's not. She knows that the night of flowers is just the picture beauty. And you know she. These are the stories she keeps telling yourself over and over and over again and then when she has that moment in the dark with sandler. It's some it's like. I don't know if she's going to be able to recover from that. That it that vivid image of what a night will actually do You know i. I think that georgia's trying to teach her and us there really is no true night But but you really need to see that mythology. I have it deconstructed. You do and. I think that the interesting thing is I've seen an elliott. And i have talked on a number occasions on the the parallels between in that sense between sound sign rianne because it first of all it is quite funny that when you're talking about the true night i mean beyond who cannot be a night is perhaps the truest night in the whole of the of the series in that because she really tries to live up to these ideals and in many ways she is she is a sign that she has this very naive outlook and she also believes in chivalry. She believes in things being beautiful and righteous also just also court her identity right is very much quarter to her identity and the way she attached herself to too readily in sees him as an.

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"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Dark and dirty and brutal I tend to go to the comparison with With monty python. Holy grail here with the when the writing out muddy field and you've got the anarchist syndicalist deny at arthur's kings because he he got the sword lob data by a moist. Bintu whatever i i love that whole exchange. But basically says he identifies him as the king because he hasn't gotten any shit on now. That's like a hyper medieval. That really dirty side. A lot in a song of ice of meyer is george playing with two images. Yeah contrast and when people like salsa story particularly it's about realizing that life is not a song. Now i think. Try this on precise. You can tell me what you think about this. I think that unless you have these little moments where you can kind of see this Let's say let's say we see King's landing through yellow silk right so we see this idealized king's landing unless we have those little moments. The cruelty doesn't work nearly as well. The darkness of the way this chapter ends is all the more dark. Because we've seen how beautiful it can be through. Psalms is absolutely. I think that really is one of the major themes that george works with in terms of sort of loss. I mean loss overall so loss of beauty loss of innocence Ruins something that has figured in his work not just in Some of fire. But but healy in other novels and short stories ruins that are left behind. Are we see it in later. On in son of ice and fire where the this the the city. When traveling on the roy then go through a crane The rhenish city ruin all wrapped in missed. The sadness of the loss of beauty and the canopy.

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"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Out the the flowers from cloak in everything. It's is very much Something that he can use the fits the elvis. If it's the imagery that cheval rick imagery in all of that and you know you get the more sinister ones as well that clearly imply that you're quite bad ass like okay. How do you get the name. The red biker. You obviously didn't do something nice. Well yeah meta flowers certainly works on santa. She says that there's nothing more beautiful that she's ever seen in her life and and she has an eye for nights. I mean she's she's observing them all pretty carefully. Yeah she's really learned the The part of a lady the tournament who they don't get a lot of them up in winter fell. The stocks are more about malays in the rustic in rougher parts so this whole turney experiences is new to her in person but she knows what it is about and she has been talked what will watch for it are they writing well are they behaving gallantly. She knows exactly cheese An expert watch of the sport of jousting poor jury joy or poor jury has not figured out how to brand himself he he. He just looks like a pale comparison. Yeah he's a shadow of a night. I mean now limp. Close now he not good your brand right now. He has talent right. He does well in the tournament. He does well. You know representing the north. He does fairly well however he just. He's he doesn't have someone behind him saying okay. Now what's your thing right. Let's let's create a symbol for you and let's let's get a better cloak for you. That kind of he needs the guy that you have in monty python and the holy grail is following behind and writing the story and you know really telling everyone how amazing you are or the guy in spinal tap. Who's having to explain them like this is. This is what a good album cover. Looks like and this is why. Maybe that one's not great. You know he really needs a little help. In that regard as a manager he does joint needs a manager. All right this chapter man. This chapter is amazing. I was reading last night and it was late. And i thought you know what i gotta read this again. It's such a look if you're listening to this podcast and you're not reading along with the book at least read this one chapter. It's just magnificent. So here's my stumps asanga septum ordain and gene pool ride to the hands turney sonza marvels at the magnificence of the event. Thousands have arrives to view the marshall display but few have a better view than santa. She loves it. All the gallantry that drama the armor and especially the beautiful and talented neither flowers. Jane is undone by a gruesome death caused by the point of gregor's lance but even that only fascinate saunter cheap briefly meets peter bayliss who cryptically recalls his affection for cat after the sunsets. She sits beside joffrey at the feast. Jaffrey in santa. Eat and laugh and flirt. Until the fees ends abruptly from roberts drunken outburst the hound escort sonza home and mocks her courtesies. He scares her to tears when he forces her to look at scars. Then in the dark saunder gain recount his childhood trauma. The story behind his ruined face. Sauna feels compassion for him as he sees her to a room before leaving. He tells her that if she reveals the secret of his burnt face to anyone. He will kill her linda. Antonsson would you like to talk about a character a theme a plot point or shall you and i just climb the ladder of chaos. I think we can start Thematically and lendl probably descended k. I love it in i. I can't wait. Yeah so tell me about thematically. So you're noticing a couple teams here. I mean my favorite part about this is that this is probably the chapter. That most clearly illustrates how george plays with two sides of the middle ages. You start off with the wonderful pageantry. You have all these wonderful colors or the the way that. She's the curtain of the literature everything to gold. It's is fantasy world and it is better than the songs. This is. The the middle ages of the tavola rick legend. And that is what sounds sees. That is what psalms has been raised to see this wonderfully idealistic picture of the middle ages. This this is king arthur and the knights of the round table the height of everything. Good chivalry and by the end of the chapter. We are in this very dark. Place were sandra accounts to her. What a night has done to him. So if somebody who is knighted afterwards anyway he's better not a night at the time but he becomes a night and is able to commit such atrocious act on his own brother on a child. So you get this you got on the one side of the the pageantry of the the colorful technicolor middle ages a tend to call them on the other end. You have this. But the hyper medieval part which is all grim.

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"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"So yes but otherwise. He certainly tries to win. It is in the concurrent story of the present story that obviously takes priority me. We submit when we catch things we do submit to the editors and if a straightforward fixes they fix them otherwise it runs by georgian. He comes up with some solution for Linda do you get the sense that it really helps to have a good branding effort. If you're a night yes certainly that is part. I think of the of the Chivalry culture as martin displays it and how he writes about it. If you wanna be famous. I mean helps to have talent for sure right but if you wanna be famous night you have to have a really great nickname or you have to have a really dynamic branding effort i think. Generally they tend to go together. I mean you you get some nicknames or by names are more basic like you've got embarrassed on the bold but that kind of sums it up pretty well in illiterate so it's got that classic feel to it and then you know a lot of people or some fast in light of flowers. That sounds kind of sec- you get some people who have that attitude but obviously if you look at the way that norris uses it with in the attorney with what song Picking.

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"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Electric bucaliu. I'm host anthony. Linda antonsson is back to cover sends a second. Pov chapter this is the hands tourney. Linda was excited to cover this particular chapter and i was excited to have her linda as you already know is martin's co author. She co-authored world of ice and fire with He and elliot garcia martin has said that she knows more about west rose than he does and she is one of the co creators of west rose dot org after more than twenty years of living in this space she really still has a passion for the project and So and was especially keen to cover the hands tourney stephen. I cover mesa season finale for season. Three anjana mathewson. I continue our conversation about guest right and hospitality without further. Do here's medieval. it's jenna matthews. In many places in the ancient near east being dishonored was tantamount to being killed right it was. It was worse to be dishonored than to actually physically die. because the dishonoring would have an impact on your entire clan. And you're progeny and you know it would last longer than your own life share and there's also laws regarding hospitality codes there too and that's one of the reasons why you know joffrey. Brian's death is so it was a violation about code. Which is wayne. You're having a party. Parties are meant to are often meant as building Lease in so you're supposed to put your differences aside and join together and you know that's a safe place. We will put their weapons away that this was. This was an environment where where people are not supposed to be killing each other then like there's ways in which that gets violated all the time but in theory. It was supposed to be kind of a safe place..

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Sophie Turner REACTS to Taylor Swift's Song Seemingly About Joe Jonas

Ace and TJ

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Sophie Turner REACTS to Taylor Swift's Song Seemingly About Joe Jonas

"So taylor swift's re recorded album fearless. Taylor's version comes out tomorrow. Contains over twenty tracks. There are a few previously unreleased tracks that she re recorded for the album as well one of those she released yesterday. It's called mr perfectly fine which everyone assumed is about joe. Jonas as they had broken up around the time this album was being produced. Joe began trending which is probably quite a surprise to him This little piece of mr perfectly fine always everything that is a classic taylor swift sound solve absolutely really well dug the yeah you. Yes that's because you can't hold on. Oh stop it is well. That's it is. I mean i'm not saying it's not good. It's poppy is good. But that's because she can't hold a note when you taylor swift dax the sound that i think absolutely hate us what you think it sounds like. You can't tell you the best part joe. Jonas is now married to sophie turner. Yeah sophie turner posted the song on her instagram story. And says it's not not a bob. So she then sophie turner played Science sansa stark. In game of thrones so taylor swift riposte that story and says i will forever been the need to the queen of the north so it was like the best interaction on social media. That's really cool. That's very cool.

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"sansa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Jones is his style of macro investing starts with technical analysis and what he saw was the 250 Day moving average of the points. On DATs kind of from a macro perspective. 250 day moving averages long enough that you're really looking at big trends. You're not looking at short term day today price speculation. In the reason that positive Jones has to look at big trends. It's because he's got a lot of capital and so small trends, he would quickly overwhelm the trade in terms of how much money is going, and it's only recently that Bitcoin became liquid enough and large enough For someone for like pasta. Just be able to allocate a material percentage of their portfolio into big point without really moving the price to dramatically and causing to our slippage. And so he started 250 day moving average. The price was above it for a significant period of time over the past 12 months and that that made it an interesting trend. And that kicked off the next process. And so it's not like possible John stops and just technical analysis. Prompts him to go and do the fundamental analysis and to actually do the research on the underlying asset to understand what is properties are what where its value is coming from how it is accruing value. What is the fundamental adoption drivers are of the Sansa. And when he did that fundamental research, he came to clear conclusion, which is that he needed to own big point in the material percentage of his poor phone needed to be in pick one. On do we can go into you know what the fundamentals he uncovered work, But I think that it really comes down to big Quinn scarcity and the freedom that they give to its users. And it's simply unparalleled when you look at other monetary systems that always have Less scarcity and so more arbitrary supply and also less freedom than Bitcoin. And if you combine those two elements, that's what makes for a really compelling fundamental thesis for why big ones going to continue to accrue value and his exchange rate is going to continue to appreciate on increasing person power. Family. Paul said that politics, Jones said that Bitcoin is the fastest horse in the race. Don't correct and you know we'll get on and that's more under that after this break from our sponsor here, But People. Now what you're saying is are able to get into Bitcoin that couldn't before because of the massive amount of money they would have put in the Bitcoin would have changed that dramatically.

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"sansa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"sansa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"This what it really means. It could mean nothing looking at the Sansa Khalil Mack over the last three years in a bear's uniforms, compared to Julius Peppers in 2010, 2011 2012 1st three years in the Bear's uniform, and like I said to you when I am wise Brought this up. It could be nothing. No. Sometimes you come up with the theory and then you go find the stats to match your theory to them. Prove that you're right. We all do that in sports talk and on social media that that happens, But I wouldn't found the stats and then I was like, I don't know what this really tells us. I think that they're pretty comparable. I think seeing that Khalil Mack has More tackles than Julius Peppers, I think is a little bit surprising to me because I think at times that's a part of the criticism that Matt gets is like, Why is he not making greater impact on the game? It's like, Well, he's just getting your sacks they, you know. Peppers. 30.5 sacks through three seasons. Hello, Mac 30 sacks. Almost the exact same amount of quarterback hits. Um Tackles for loss. Julie's Peppers had 39 tackles for loss. Kalu Mac 28. They each have two. The each had two interceptions on that amount of time, but I think the one stat that definitely stands out. Khalil Mack has 14 4 stumbles and Julius Peppers had eight. On. So you know, the other thing that I think you could take from this is that Julius Peppers and 10 11 12. Wasn't he supposed to be like? Baer signed him thinking he was one of the best players in the NFL. And then he kind of under performed here, But he was still really good. Yeah, and they continued on that have more great years You went to Green Bay and He played well for a long time Hall of Fame player. Yeah, but like you said, Ah, lot of things factor into this in the success of Khalil Mack. Is dependent on some of the other players on the defensive line to give him some help. But there's a reason why, when a keen Hicks went out and was injured and missed half the Vikings game, and then the next game, and they ran and the run stopping just was non existent. You know, Delving Cook, Um Average four more yards per carry. After Picks left the game. So it has an effect and not having Jalen Johnson not having buster screen not having roll Kwan Smith out there for half the game affects the entire defense. Losing one guy not having any Goldman for the entire season has an effect on the defense. I'm not trying to make excuses for the defense. They have not performed like they should. But they're still Huh? Well, top 13 in the NFL in most categories, yards allowed per game points allowed per game TV away. They're still in the top 10 in DV away and defensive Devi away. So yet they're not 2018. They don't have 45 takeaways. I get that they're not 2019 where they have the the sacks and everything was still there. The takeaways weren't as high. I get that they're not as good but they're injured there. Um, the they're missing. Eddie Goldman. Who's the center of that defense, would they need to be there? They missed Akeem Hicks for a few games, so Yeah, it's you can criticize but take everything into account. Sure, they're not performing. Are they still playoff caliber defense? Clearly, they are. They're in the playoffs. I still think that I would have them over a few of the defense's that are in the playoffs right now. No, The football team's defense is better. They've got Chase young. He's an impact player. But right now this defense is still good. They're not awful, like people give them a ton. Like people just trash them all the time. There's still a good defense when fully healthy, and I don't think the criticism of Khalil Mack is fair. He's out there. But you could criticize Robert Quinn, all you want to the dude has not performed. Dude was given a ton of money and is not performed. But you just gave the numbers for clear Mac and and Hall of Famer Julius Peppers. I don't think it's right to criticize Khalil Mack. The way people have been I think it is funny that you say people say the defense's trash even though they gave up 35 to the Packers, who did 27 to the Vikings. 34 to the lions 41 to the Packers. So I mean, you confined stats to back either argument. That's how this kind of all came together because I really didn't have like, I don't have a take at the end of this. Sometimes you wrap up the segment with well, Here's the point I was trying to make comparing Khalil Mack to Julius Peppers are just like, you know, the last stellar defensive line player the Bears have had was Julius Peppers. I wonder what the stats are. When we compare them. Let's go, Joe in Valparaiso, you're on ESPN. 1000. Hey, Joe. Hey, what's up? Just talking about talking bears man. What's up? No. I heard you comparing Quail Mac and Julius Peppers and 22. Things come to mind one. Is there a stat that tracks that shows how often Khalil Mack, a double team compared Julius Peppers? Then the other how often they actually have him drop back in coverage compared to Julius Peppers, because if he's not rushing the quarterback because he's back covering a slot receiver or trying to fill his own gap You know, I mean, is that a stat that's being tracked also to show the difference between us. Yeah, both valid questions, and I do not. I do not have those stats. I'm sure someone could find those stats out there. I thought, I also think if you really wanted to do a true comparison. Between both players. W gave a lot of I don't want to say excuses, but you gave reasons to y I. Perhaps he wasn't as successful this season, he named players on the line who Miss games. This that the other right? Didn't look up and 2010 11 and 12 the players who were injured on the defense for the Bears throughout those seasons. I'm saying like I just looked at the stats..

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Meditation: Refuge in Living Presence

Tara Brach

04:35 min | 2 years ago

Meditation: Refuge in Living Presence

"Take a few moments to set yourself and whatever position you'd like to be in for the next. Oh twenty minutes or so for practicing and as you're ready to close your eyes and with your eyes closed feel. That kind of arriving are settling just notice your attention coming right here into the moment let yourself be at home in the moment as a way of supporting that will do little breathing together. Some long deep breaths so extending the in breath breathing in and you might count for five as you do filling the chest in the lungs gliding right into the out brass counting to four five slow smooth release inhaling again filling the chest in the lungs county to four or five and then that slow out breath and sansa letting go as you breathe out relaxing outward releasing again the in brass counting to four five slow smooth out breath letting go letting go again breathing in long and deep exhaling slowly seep. You can soften down to the body as you release the braff allowing the breath to resume. Its natural rhythm observing feeling the breath noticing the quality of presence that has begun to emerge. This presence can grow as you scan through the body now relaxing. An opening might let the is be solved the brow smooth feeling the tingling and vibrating in the area of the is perhaps a flicker of light and darkness bringing a slight smile to the lips incense the smile on the inside of the mouth opening to the sensations in the mouth. The teeth gums the tongue. Let the awareness spread to the face relaxing. All those little micro muscles that we use maintain an expression where the scowl the call since the volume the weight of the head allowing the shoulders relaxed back down. Some not awareness. Fill your shoulders. Tightness or tension. There you might imagine and sense that can float in awareness

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How to approach mixed planting

On The Ledge

06:11 min | 2 years ago

How to approach mixed planting

"Going to stop with question of the week this week which comes from Jill who says they're an avid outdoor gardner but new to house plants. Well, welcome to the world of into Gardening Jill good to have you on board Jill has what they described as possibly odd scenario. ooh, I do like an odd scenario. Okay. Let's look at the details. Due largely is an ideal candidate to start her own indoor jungle because she has a yawn dying studio because she's got big pans of water steamy throughout the day. It's warm and humid a you thinking I'm thinking listener. Yes. I think Gills GonNA end up with a lot of house applause before long a negative attitude he love that warm. Humid. Environment Jill says that not really knowing much about house plants I partied a prayer plant state plant, and variegated fighters all all in the same large pot. All seem to be happy on putting up new growth but the plant is getting massive. Should I plant them in separate parts or just let them fill on their in? is now an okay time to report or should I wait? Jill is in the northeast. U S Well Jill. What a lovely problem to have. I am all for mixed planting. It's something that comes up now and again in the show, we really should talk more about it because it is a really great way of creating beautiful house plant displays. Now the plans that you're talking about in your particular arrangement, you've got a snake plant science. Very or well a to use the correct genus name although account quite come to terms with that yet APPRAI- plot. So presumably, something from the Miranda, we don't exactly what but I guess actually whichever one it is the answer will be the same and a variegated. Lakers. How will they live together well, obviously for the moment that living together very well because that putting on growth. On the PEP PREP LOT is starting to do its thing get enormous. So what should still do I think in the long term the snake plant of that trio is the planck that may be the least happy with that setup. Snake plants can cope with a huge spectrum of conditions, and that's why they're so popular as houseplants but ideally, they will like slightly free draining potting mix than the other two. On also love a good exposure to full sun I know lots of people suggests snake laws for the deepest shade. But really if you can give him son and a good loss of heat in the summer, he do get much better growth and results and it opens up the possibility that the plants will flower which is. Nice because Sansa very flowers are lovely. I think going into the autumn full for you. Americans out there that it's probably fine to leave the plants as they are for the winter nearly worry really is that you'll need to water the Maranta more than the sense of area would like. It's a tricky one. I would say probably the if if the morente getting really really big, it is worth taking the time now to separate out the plots and Redo the the companion planting thing. But with slightly different combination I would take that sets up apart. The sense of area that would look great with other sons various, you can have a mixed planting various sense varies in the same big part I always think that looks amazing. So you can have one of the tool sense of areas, cylindrical or Tryphosa. And then around it, you can have some the bird's nest types like honey i. so think about that as one option I know probably involves buying more plants or you could just pop the sensor very up separately and when you do that, you can give it a bit of a grittier mix and the other two. Then you'll Miranshah because she could keep those in a mixed planting and replace the sense of area with something like a low growing Tonia or low growing Pyla the heart leaf him united's Ariff. Olea. We could have something like my layer Lebron says trailing pilot tralee on the side of the pot. You may be wondering why I'm recommending during this reporting. Now at the end of the growing season, oftentimes people panic about reporting at this time of year. With? CACTI. I'd be cautious about doing it. You have to report CACTI and succulents. Now then make sure the potting mixes pretty much just slightly as opposed to soaking wet because the plants are going into their dormant period on the whole but I think with most of these plants which are tropical subtropical plants, they're kind of used to growing all year round and right now they will be fine. The one caveat is don't put them into an enormously big apart try to keep the pot size roughly the same. So those route bulls aren't surrounded by a massive swathe of unrooted compost but I think it should be fine. And offsets the risk of the sense of various rotting over the winter because you'll have into water the Miranda more than the sense of various needs. When? You're setting up mixed planting. The main thing to think about is what will go well together. They've obviously got to be it all in the same setting. So cheese plants that all like full sun or like partial shade and also I think about how much moisture they like around the roots. All these things will make the difference between success and failure when it comes to mixed plantings and bear in mind that you know it's not a permanent solution probably once every one or. Two years you'll have to be breaking them up and moving things on some will grow much faster than others. These arrangements don't last forever, but they do look fantastic. So do give it a try and hope Jill that that helps you have some ideas for your particular arrangement. I'd love to see a photo of your yawn studio and all the plants in it because it sounds amazing.

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Girl, 8, among those killed during violent Labor Day weekend in Chicago

Chris Plante

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Girl, 8, among those killed during violent Labor Day weekend in Chicago

"Shot to death in Chicago, an eight year old girl shot and killed She was in a vehicle stopped at a red light and 40 at 47th and Union just before six o'clock last night, when someone in another vehicle vehicle opened opened fire, fire, striking striking the the child child As As well well as as a a 31 31 year year old old man man and and a a 30 30 year year old old woman. woman. Here Here is is the the Chicago Chicago Police Police Department Department chief chief of of operations operations Brian McDermott. I stand here before you sat in and angered Another child has lost her life to Sansa's gone violence in the city, Chicago All told 56 people were shot over the long Labor Day weekend. Eight were killed. Including that eight year old girl. Today is the

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Will 2020 see stocks gain?

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

06:48 min | 3 years ago

Will 2020 see stocks gain?

"Is will next year see stocks game as they have so clearly in twenty nine to commemorate the say joining us now on the London studio shanty callin investment rector of brown should be handy good morning welcome thank you for joining us on Christmas Eve above and beyond the call of Jesus let me pick up on that for them to have their about the relative requirements or traction is really I guess of equities and bonds going into twenty twenty what's your colon so we we favor equities over bonds right now but we don't have dramatic you know dramatic overweight and and under weight I think with that could ease the valuations are still pretty reasonable considering that interest rates are quite low in in the US and extremely low and in Europe and there's also the you know economic growth is okay it's not fantastic but there is corporate activity and the direction of travel seems positive in terms of things like purchasing manager indices kind of bottoming out and we've had you know the past ten years you've had a couple spells where you know it's kind of a lot of the economic indicators of gone badly and then and then things have picked up how much and with that in mind and John damage she worry about earning season heading into twenty twenty effort to keep cheeks earlier on and he was saying he sees he says scene at the profit margins of U. S. corporates rolling out of a and some people remain concerned that manufacturing recession in the US and elsewhere turns into some sort of biggest squeeze on margins that the trade war necessitates pouncing on increased harassing customers how much of that is a concern that earnings season I think it is a concern this year in some ways we had kind of easy right at the beginning of the year because expectations were just so low after the you know the worries we have the end of last year and now we you know we had companies sort of they were just meet expectations and stocks will go up and I think next year we back into people probably expecting better so that is certainly a risk if you look ahead into next year you know perhaps swimming start earning season what do we get those first few days of some of the big banks and tech companies that could certainly move markets will cause all this is what you know is happening in the context we we we can't talk about that side what's going on around it affects it dramatically in terms of what we're talking about here there's obviously the US China trade scenario not to mention this whole election that's coming up in the US fairly shortly how is that going to affect things these are the first with US China trade situation there is something called the pipe as we sit there may well be before too long how do you see that going into twenty twenty in effect it will have so I'd I'd like to see something in writing either VI because we've been here before so many times we say there's a deal you know and then and then it kind of fizzles out and nothing happens and even with the things that have been announced recently China has set slightly different things from the U. S. so you don't really know what's actually there or you're still sign anything I think trump probably needs a win more than he used to when you consider the troubles of impeachment election coming up so I think you'll probably be more inclined to sign saying but the other thing is he's kind of swung public opinion in America towards being supportive of being tough on China and now if you sign something that scene is too easy to sort of have a win does that backfire what do you think the market's expectation chancy is a phase two phase three of any conversations beyond phase one because as much as as we still haven't seen that that the income the paper phase one but we certainly expect that phase two and three we'll have a full of follows would be tougher yeah and the phase one was you know okay will will buy some more agricultural products and will commit perhaps opening some markets if you're going to actually have the conversations about stuff you know state investment in state subsidies and the government's involvement in markets that's a much harder conversation and giving his government's everywhere subsidize business anti tax credit so so it's not that the U. S. entirely innocent they they do that as well it but it's a matter of degree and how do you enforce it and what mechanisms you right into a contract to verify that a judge you because it's it's a match of of two so he took over the side what are the Chinese ones out of this what would they consider to be a victory that they couldn't sell to that people yeah and for them in some ways they're in a better position because they're not a democracy they're not beholden to election cycles they can take a much longer if you there a Connie is probably slowing a bit more than the US economy is so so that something that they'd like to six but you know they can do stimulus they can do more investment they can lower capital requirements they have levers they can pull the they did the cash injection I heard about this morning will that be effective would be a way of of of winning having of games on that side to me they could be back slightly more competitive towards the Americans maybe it's it depends on how how far you want to go a lot of the stimulus measures they did this year didn't seem to have a huge impact it was estimated to be getting they put something like five percent of GDP in stimulus into their economy and you know maybe held it flat but it didn't lead to huge growth burst the other thing with China's they still have the song went Amick of switching from being export oriented to the consumer driven economy and maybe they say well you know the exports are going great we'll focus on that and we'll focus on growth of our middle class and driving consumption growth and that's how a lot of you know you do exports first and then you have to move on to that that stage what do you expensive out to Sansa getting into twenty twenty you get new have a the explosions technology stocks along tech the tech sector your short oil at WHYY excitement about technology when you know it's come along way and also there were regulates the risks that hang over it so I still think technology has a lot of really attractive barriers to entry competitive advantages scalable business models you know those things process and I think a lot of people to underestimate the scale of change in society and things like you know you say okay you know online shopping or are we done with that no there's still a huge portion of sales that are in stores in cash there's more to go things like moving to cloud you know infrastructure again there's so many businesses that aren't there yet so I think people make the mistake of looking around saying the trend started and not realizing how far that trend can actually go online shopping the very busy in my house in the last two to three days I was I panic I think was breaking out probably but yes certainly interested in the technology and what it offers gentry thank you so much anti calendar investment director acts brown Shipley joining us in our London studio some thoughts about

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Kevin Smith Celebrates 51-Pound Weight Loss Milestone In New Pic 6 Months After Heart Attack

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Kevin Smith Celebrates 51-Pound Weight Loss Milestone In New Pic 6 Months After Heart Attack

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