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Who Was Warlord Vortigern?

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:13 min | 9 hrs ago

Who Was Warlord Vortigern?

"Island of great britain was originally an island that was inhabited by celtic peoples. It was later occupied by roman became a roman province yet. The people who live on the island didn't end up speaking a celtic or romance language. They ended up speaking a language that belong to the germanic family of languages. The following story. A might have had something to do with how that happened. More on that in a bit the events in question date back to the late fifth century. This is a period of british history. That has some major holes. The roman empire had collapsed and nothing had really risen to take its place. There are many warlords and kings who vied for power. This was the period of time. When according to legend king arthur would have ruled so pretty much everything from this period is kind of questionable one of the rulers at that time was a warlord named voter turn. He was the leader of the britons in the wake of the roman collapse from what accounts we are told. He got to his position via a lot of duplicity and skulduggery supposedly. He had worked his way into a position of influence with the romans took advantage of that to usurp the throne the to rightful heirs. Were a pair of young brothers named or really ascend brosius and author and they were sent overseas for their education ford gern. Having assumed the throne had a hard time holding onto power he was constantly dealing with incursions from the picks and the scots and the north he was also dealing with the potential of an armada joining the two brothers to take back the throne. his solution to deal with. These problems was to hire mercenaries. Hiring mercenaries wasn't necessarily a bad idea it had been done throughout history with various levels of success. Forty gern contract out the work to to saxon brothers by the name of hen. Gist and horsa. They would bring in dramatic mercenaries to fight off the picks and the scots on behalf of the britain king in exchange for their services voltigeur offered this accents. The isle of janet to settle on today the island is actually a peninsula in the county of kent. Fifteen hundred years ago it was an island separated by six hundred meter channel. The saxon brought over at least eighteen warships full of warriors and probably many many more over time and there was something else that hingis brought over with him. His daughter rowena ruina was by all accounts very beautiful and iger in was spin with her

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"saxon" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:29 min | Last month

"saxon" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"I can't remember from incheon this a minute ago but I i wonder about like what are the natural limits on tempo. So if if you have something that is occurring at regular intervals People will can eventually start to pick that out as kind of rhythm and maybe if there are certain tonality associated with it. Most people would say okay. I think this is the sound is intended to be a kind of music. But like how slow can the repetition of of whatever that sound is get. Or how fast can it get. Before you have foreclose the possibility that anybody listening to it will think that it's supposed to be musical southbound. If you imagine a song has Has one beat per minute are would most people who hear that sound be likely to perceive that as rhythm or perceive it as music spontaneously unless they were prime to in some way i would guess probably not but like what's the limit their like how slow tempo get and consequently also. How fast can it get before you reach the point where people are not hearing music. They're just here in kind of a buzz or a were as i say. This thunder is rumbling. Right outside my window. I don't know likes picking that up. It also reminds me of the The fictional drug in the dune novels suda which Which of course you in the in the books where we're told that individuals will take some oda in order to enjoy some moody music. Which is a special kind of music that is just going to sound like just straight garbage unless you're currently using this mysterious narcotic owes it like a chopped and screwed thing i don't know but it also i think there was something similar in In a brass is get the the british satire series from chris morris in which they were people who would take this fictional drug called cake and they would listen to some sort of music and of course it likes music. It sounds like garbage unless you on this fictional drug. Have you seen the cake episode. You know. I haven't oh it's it's so good. They are actually trolled Actual british politicians into commented to commenting on the cake epidemic. Oh nice nice. What like condemning this epidemic of degenerate culture. Yes yes calling out cake in particular Nice today's episode is brought to you by american express..

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How Spyware Mercenaries Hack Your Phone

Slate's If Then

01:59 min | 2 months ago

How Spyware Mercenaries Hack Your Phone

"A couple of years ago. Journalists had arth- vardar ocean had a meeting with a source said art is the co founder of the indian new site. The wire and he was getting ready to talk with the minister from india's moody government the guy. He was meeting started acting a little nervous about their phones. This minister basically in your phone. Saddam tech is found out. Switch it off the show me. He took out his swishes will do and said follow me into another room and then the phones were put in this room. His music system was stunned on loud. And we exited the room with the phone with the of that room and then saxon burrell's to have a conversation said are thought to himself. This may be gone a little far more than anyone really be eavesdropping on us to our phones and the answer that we've all learned this week is yes. A group of media organizations has uncovered evidence of a massive spying effort targeting journalists activists and business leaders sued. Earth is one of several people whose phones were compromise with spyware from the israeli firm. Nso group the company says it sells its by word governments to suhail terrorists and criminals but a group of seventeen news organizations including stood are the washington post and the guardian found that nso software was used to try to hack journalists dissidents and public officials around the world and in several cases like ours someone succeeded. Someone got into his phone. What was on that i mean. And and what was that moment like thinking that that part of your life had been compromised will the lots of photographs of my my dog on the phone. Yeah but it's it's an unpleasant feeling right because you you are then forced to go back and ask yourself exactly the question that you asked me. What was it that they were looking at

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Viking-Age Treasure: New Insights Into Life 1000 Years Ago

The Art Newspaper Weekly

01:25 min | 4 months ago

Viking-Age Treasure: New Insights Into Life 1000 Years Ago

"Martin tell me something about the culture of the area where they scored was found in medieval scotland. So galloway is a region of southwest scotland. That has a long coast that connects it to the irish. Saying but in the ninth century a it would be part of the anglo saxon kingdom of northumbria and so it was referred to in contemporary irish. Sauces added the saxon coast. It has linguistic background. That is very complicated. Because the result of returning ca is because modern welsh linguistic background than you've got an sort of anglo-saxon political control and at the period that the holidays buried you're just beginning to get another linguistic lab as people who are of scandinavian origin. But have been living in this irish. He region for at least a century beginning to settle an occupying particular areas within galloway. and so it's. It's quite a complicated part of the country. And the whole it seems to be buried precisely this time of linguistic and social change and that is a very interesting background and it's also reflected within the material but in old

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"saxon" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:47 min | 5 months ago

"saxon" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Anglo-saxons the terms that people used during the period to describe themselves in the vernacular were most commonly english or anglo kin. There's no record of it in english manuscripts from shortly after the norman conquest in ten sixty six until the sixteen hundreds. What changed at the time. It started to be used more frequently. It was tied to colonization back in the seventeenth century. Empire was starting to manifest and nationalist tone. They started to look back at the centuries before and they wanted an origin story so instead of referring to themselves as english they wanted to be. Pure anglo-saxons so there was this purity attached to it. And that was for colonization and so in britain that term started to seep into academic circles and then into the public in the nineteenth and eighteenth centuries there was something called medieval ism where writers and politicians were really reflecting on an imagined past. And that's when the term really took off it did mean almost exclusively white and so. It became a dog whistle and it carried forward into american politics. So this isn't something. That's exclusively an american problem. But for the america first caucus to us that it stood out right away because it's all mythology that they are using and they're advancing a white supremacist narrative and it's very dangerous. Everything's sort of layered on a false understanding of history. So the term anglo saxon has been used to describe a certain purity but angles and the saxons weren't indigenous to and anyway which means the idea of pointing to them as original misses. The larger context is that a valid way to describe the irony here. You're absolutely right. There is definitely an irony there that these angles and saxons weren't originally from britain. They came as migrants they migrated from modern day germany the netherlands and other areas in the northern regions of europe and we can connect to the puritans or the english who came over to the americas the terms are always softened to say they migrated just like the angles and the saxons. But when its other people that language is never as soft whether they're invading or immigrants are taking over. How has the use of the term anglo saxon evolved if at all it was always used for propaganda. It's always been weaponized for nationalist reasons. People generally don't know that there has always been this conflict in terms of the use of it. My colleague eric wade and i are discovering that even back one hundred fifty years ago there were scholars predominantly in britain. Who were saying you're using this term that is historically incorrect. So it's almost like we just keep going through this same sort of cycle. Every two hundred years. Is there a particular political or social context that tends to surround the moments when people looked back to so called anglo-saxon political traditions. What are the most famous examples of people. Using and misusing the term. Thomas jefferson perpetuated the anglo saxon myth. His idea of what. America should be was the next and he referred to it as the anglo saxon project..

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The Thousand-Year Rose

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:05 min | 5 months ago

The Thousand-Year Rose

"So. This is almost smack dab in the center of germany which means it's smack dab in the center of continental europe and in medieval times. It was an important spot for the bronze industry they exported works all over but the thing that really put it on the map the rose as with any good myth. There are a few different versions of this origin story. But here's a popular. Take on it back in the eight hundred. There's a guy named charlemagne charles. The great he was one of those old school emperors ruled over huge parts of europe and he was also one of those emperors who took his christianity very seriously. You don't have to know who the saxons are. But when charlemagne conquered them he decreed that the either had to become christians or be put to death his son and heir was called louis the pious and in the year eight fifteen louis was enjoying himself on a hunt in central germany. When he got pretty badly lost louis was trying to find his bearings when he happened upon a wild rose bush that was blooming right through the snow. We couldn't believe his eyes and his crew caught up with him. He told them he wanted to build a cathedral. They're dedicated to the virgin mary. In according to legend he was actually carrying. Some of mary's remains with him in the rose is very important and the story of the foundation of sign in combination with a reliquary with relics of the virgin. Mary and so. It was told that the virgin mary and is. We'll protect this place. That's kouadio director of the cathedral's museum when she says reliquary. She means the spot within the cathedral where mary's remains are held that and the rose turned hildesheim into a pretty big deal pretty quickly.

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Conservative U.S. House Republicans to Form 'America First' Caucus

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 5 months ago

Conservative U.S. House Republicans to Form 'America First' Caucus

"Members in the house say they're planning to form an America First caucus to promote the policies of former President Trump. They say their group is going to release of policy platform soon. One document touting the America First Caucus champions Anglo Saxon political traditions and warns immigration is putting the country's unique identity at risk. The AP obtained a copy of the paper first reported by Punch Bowl News, which covers Capitol Hill. And while the AP could not independently confirm the organization, Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gates says he's in and that fellow right wing Republican Georgia's Marjorie Taylor Greene is behind it. The document. Calls for limited immigration of people for their economic contributions and respect of the nation's culture and rule of law also calls for an infrastructure to be fit The progeny of European architecture, Wyoming Republican Liz Cheney says in a tweet quote history teaches we all have an obligation to confront and reject such malicious hate.

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New conservative group would save 'Anglo-Saxon' traditions

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

New conservative group would save 'Anglo-Saxon' traditions

"Hard right house Republicans are said to be working on their own America first caucus one document touting the America first caucus champions Anglo Saxon political traditions and warns immigration is putting the country's unique identity at risk the AP obtained a copy of the paper first reported by punch bowl news which covers Capitol Hill and while the AP could not independently confirm the organization Florida Republican congressman Matt Gaetz says he's in and that fellow right wing Republican George's Marjorie Taylor green is behind it the document calls for unlimited immigration of people for their economic contributions and respected the nation's culture and rule of law also calls for an infrastructure to be fit the progeny of European architecture Wyoming Republican Liz Cheney says in a tweet quote history teaches we all have an obligation to confront and rejects such malicious hate timid wire Washington

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Marjorie Taylor Greene Launching 'America First' Caucus

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:47 min | 5 months ago

Marjorie Taylor Greene Launching 'America First' Caucus

"Feel like. I'm of facts based pariah. We're radicals in the republican party. If you say that it the steel was ridiculous. And trump is the new establishment. That's what a former republican member of the house. Sounds like case in point congresswoman. Marjorie taylor green congressman. Paul goes are planning to form their own america first caucus according to a seven page policy platform published by punchbowl news. This afternoon the caucus intends to quote follow in president. Trump's footsteps that includes election. fraud section. That pedals conspiracies about our two thousand twenty election. It also includes the following quote. America is a nation with a border and a culture strengthened by a common respect for uniquely anglo-saxon. Political traditions wonder what that could mean. I'm sure our next guest is wondering as well with us to talk about it. Bill kristol the author and writer and thinker and politico a veteran of the reagan and bush administrations editor at large of the bill biltmore. Bulwark bill couple of things number. One wait till they find out about the border with canada number two. I have in my hand three items on social media that attracted our interest tonight here. They are in order. Republican congressman. Adam kenner. I believe anyone that joins. This caucus should have their committee. Stripped too late for marjorie taylor. Green already done and the republican conference should expel them from conference participation while we can't prevent someone from calling themselves republican. We can loudly say. They don't belong to us. Kevin mccarthy tweets the republican party. Hope you're sitting down as the party of lincoln and the party of more opportunity for all americans not nativist dog

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Choosing the right course for you

Course and Career Chat

08:33 min | 6 months ago

Choosing the right course for you

"At the moment i have a five year old and if he asked him what he wants to do he we'll tell you that he wants to be a fine and a builder and he's having trouble understanding that you could probably do both of those at the same time but when you were five years old what did you want be when you grow up excellent question. I think was a handful of different things that i was interested in very very different to what i've decided on his show. Yeah i think at one point. I wanted to be an architect. I'm very into my crafts and getting a bit creative so that was one of the options. My mom was a hairdresser as well. So that was another thing that i wanted to pursue. Think i still would like to do that on the side verb. If i'm really that's yeah yeah. It's changed a lot over the years. Pabst eating as well which yeah rain. Good to have a chat to you back in the day. That's okay. we can still chat whenever you want. It's interesting isn't it like when when kids a little. They obviously only have a small experience of what jobs are out there. And like you said you know your mom was a hairdresser off and not taking another one. That's what i wanted to be. When i was five and then went away from it and then came back to it so just interesting as we get older and we exposed to more different careers and things like that that we get some different understanding about what we might live today. So let's let's forward from there and go to yet ten so i'd like to find out. What sort of student were you when you were india. Ten and starting to think about vca and what subjects you liked to do. So y- attend. May was i think i was about to move schools so i was very studies focused and think i'm a little bit. I say day with how. I like my notes and that sort of thing is very much focused. Yeah my schooling. Liked it a sport as well. So that's what. I was a good outlet as well to keep me bit balanced. Yeah it is good to have that that balance particularly i reckon going into. Aca find lots of students decide at that point that they're to create spot and it makes me really sad because i think that it's it's such a good outlet win. You actually really hot to go out. And you have iran or place a bowl. Whatever it is that you do. Did you find as you were going through. Definitely something that practical israel. I think we've oh sort of come to realize that especially with lockdown recently. How important it is to get outside and get some sunshine and well to break up the day. Yeah absolutely so. What subjects did you end up choosing. Vca yes say nba say. I did maths methods. I did. I thought i was going to be doing special because i did love maths but didn't end up doing that. I did chemistry biology english and french. Actually okay great. Yeah and french's that's an iceland to have in there is all. I actually did quite similar subjects that deep german instead. And i find that people often he the combination and think. It's a bit weird. But i really loved having like that. Language was just different to the math and sciences and Did you have that with french. Slow i think science. I think after doing it for the four years. It was sort of like. Why wouldn't i continue on. And i think it really progresses in basie a and that's when it can really be used become useful when you decide to travel later on yet awesome. Sorry at that point in time when you were choosing your subjects. Did you notice or like way you are now. Did you have an idea of what you would like to do when you school. So just a heads up as you would have head from kinsey tribe side to do medicine. I think i had thought about it at that point so it was in the back of my mind but i don't think i was one hundred percent that that was what i wanted to write. I think I knew that. I loved maths. I love science so that was mainly my goal is at that point just to continue on with that and sort of kepa arpan to decide a bit later on yet. And that's that makes sense as well like you say your if that's what your strengths lie. Sorta the advice that i try and give students. If you follow your strengths and interests you'll end up being able to do courses that you want to if you not into maths and things like that thing there's no point following them too much because the courses that you wanna do require it and vice versa or if you do really like it then you should do it because you'll end up using it later on. Sorry so we face the you're doing those subjects. How one's vca did you. Did you go through it really easily. Did you have some ups and downs. What were the those two years. However they view i think yes so basically for me was a little bit challenging actually mainly at the beginning i had just moved schools. That the static year eleven. Sorry i grew up in Ever of school and it was very much focused on sporting whereas when i moved to the suburbs it was more academics. I think goes a big wakeup coal. To say i guess the competition as a whole and with basie a for instance. I had to repeat my math methods. They hit advised me like had a discussion with me that i think that was the best sort of route for me to go down and i think hearing. It's you feel like that's horrible. What do you mean. I have to repeat it like thinking that i was completely fine before that with mass and something that i had always been i guess gifted or was my strength so i think that was a really good learning experience to say that while it was hot to hear. It was the best thing that i had done. Oh that i could be in terms of preppy maitha really optimizing my busy in the following year and year twelve. It is really good as well at the school recognized that and and gave you. That feedback allows you to do that. Really early on said he just moved to the school so for them to make that call really early to make sure that you were really well prepared but as you say it's not it's not easy to hear that kind of thing and i imagined as a student at the time that was quite difficult also really glad you mentioned it because i know that i say lots of students asking about what sort of what sort of percentage they need on saxon things throughout the year and what i heart. People will understand by the example that you've given is that different. Schools have different standards of assessment within the school. And that's why say works the way. It does with the focused more on the exams because they're external and in this the sort of scaling of the subjects or the the study scores within the schools to make things more. Even so yeah. It's good that you highlighted that that can be different at different schools. It's very interesting interesting experience. I think yeah and a unique experience lot substitutes wouldn't wouldn't get that they wouldn't understand the difference because you most units are at one school move. Aca so yeah. It's an interesting insight that you had okay. So what tepes would you have the current students. What are some things that you did in year. Twelve or that you wish you had done any twelve to make life easier. Sorry i think something that. I still try to constantly. My studies is goal setting. I think that is sorry. Bake i think especially students that would have just gone through lockdown realizing how day can poss- without getting a whole lot done so just having go set in the morning to take off and yeah just feels good. You can take them off and you can say that you've been productive throughout the day as well while not not being hot on your south on those days where you had a good day and yet just waking up the next day saying how can i be better. Had i do better than the day before and now the thing is i think yes. Sorry to interrupt. But i think that is so important because i think it's really easy to think about all the stuff that you didn't do and you didn't get done whereas economically somewhat. He did get done. And then as you say if you do have an off day what can get done the next day

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"saxon" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

The Catholic Culture Podcast

05:06 min | 7 months ago

"saxon" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

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"saxon" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

The Catholic Culture Podcast

06:45 min | 7 months ago

"saxon" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

"Welcome to the catholic culture podcast. I'm thomas v muris. This podcast is an offering to the holy family and less importantly production of catholic culture dot. Org.

"saxon" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

DJ Force X in Conversation

04:22 min | 7 months ago

"saxon" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

"Welcome see the dj in conversation poku episode one hundred and eighty eight. My very special guests is the legendary biff. Byford from the band saxon. They're talking about their new forthcoming album. Inspirations which is a whole bunch of covers picked by the band played by the band on absolutely sounds awesome sight. I played check out that got painted blackout right now. Available to stream cy. Please go listen to that. Is great pop. Matt much to add loss on. Thank you wolf Listening on feedback that of stuff keep subscribing. Keep reviewing keep writing about appreciates it but the scooby shortlands odds Nothing else to wall flown about so Yeah this is fifth by foot of saxon. Enjoy like to welcome. Today i have the.

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"saxon" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

02:40 min | 8 months ago

"saxon" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"It's free delivered right to your inbox and we also had on fox to our first ever scoops who danny mac. Television show and that is also on the website. Just click on it. It plays and our guest included bernie for dirk. Oh chris pronger bernie miklas and that was a preview of the upcoming blue season and they'll drop the puck tomorrow. So i hope you enjoy that and i hope you'll enjoy our visit with mark. Saxon weather was some big news concerning the major league baseball owners and major league baseball players yesterday like we will have spring training at least for the time being starting on time and one hundred and sixty two games a memo sent by the commissioner rob manfred to say. Hey let's go. Let's play one sixty to prepare as if we're starting spring training on time. Let's bring in our baseball insider. And that is marked. Saxon covers the saint louis cardinals. Hey mark always great to hear your voice how things going fantastic and good to be with you. my friend. that was exciting news. It seemed maybe like just a tad premature. We'll have to see how the rollout happens in in terms of the vaccine and everything like that but just the notion that you know a month from now or so players could be congregating and getting ready to compete. That's amazing. I think it is and you know john moselle was saying that. This is a big week for baseball in terms of you've got some arbitration cases that you're gonna figure out. Make sure that you know you get those guys signed officially and you get the terms. But if you're starting to prepare to get not only the players and i think that's what we have to remember here. It's not only the players but you're talking about a full medical team. You're talking about a coaching staff. You're talking about a manager. you're talking about a front office. You're talking about a lot of people that are behind the scenes with these individual teams down to florida or wherever. You're at and relocating essentially your business. You've got five weeks to do it. So you're talking about living quarters in. Oh by the way there's a pandemic so you know you almost trying to set up a suto bubble if you can. This is very tough to do. So if you're going to do it. Time is of the essence. And i'm sure that's what major league baseball is feeling right now. The pressure to get this thing done and it's it's it's time to do it. I mean he gotta start making these decisions right now. Right and it's it's kind of on the individual teams to get it done right. It's kind of like what we saw. During the pandemic last season trying to seal team's and keeps healthy and keep them from being exposed You don't wanna be the team that kind of the whole league right I find kind of interesting..

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Young Chicago students begin return to classroom learning

Marketplace

01:51 min | 8 months ago

Young Chicago students begin return to classroom learning

"More than 6000 Chicago Public school students came back to their school today, but another 72,000 are cuter return in a few weeks. Schools chief Janice Jackson says she's excited about in school instruction. Really happy to see our students, our youngest students some of our most vulnerable students here today, learning because they deserve equality, education, but Saxons plans are facing some headwinds. Today. Some teachers and staff stayed home. They face losing pay being blocked from their virtual classroom and eventually fired. Kate O'Rourke is among them. She teaches a preschool class of special education students. We also have to fight back and say no. Not yet. Not until our schools and communities are ready, and we have a plan we can trust. Aurore says She doesn't feel safe going into schools when community positivity rate. Ours high is 16% and, she says, not one of her students signed up for in person learning. School district officials haven't yet provided numbers on how many staff defied orders to come to school today, but as administrator tried to bring more students and staff into schools over the next few weeks. We need support from the teacher's union. Otherwise, the school system could face a possible strike. Still, some principals and teachers are trying to make the best out of the situation here. A dog's elementary on the southwest side of the city teacher Eileen Martens, start out her afternoon preschool session. Explaining to the three year olds how things will be different. I know when you're excited to see your friends or teachers. Sometimes you want to give a hug, but we can't do that this year. So we're going to go like this 123 good job march and thrust her hand into the air, giving her students and air high five and the three year olds sitting behind plastic screens on each of their desks and wearing masks. Give her an air high five

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Is this what the Pats need to do to improve their defensive line?

Patriots Beat

03:05 min | 9 months ago

Is this what the Pats need to do to improve their defensive line?

"In. I really like adam butler like dietrich wise a little bit but at both these guys i think point to the fact that the patriots defensive line is not where it needs to be right now and they have a lot of work to do a front and i would add to this next guy john. Simon sort of into that equation as well as an edge defender as a place where they could really use an upgrade. I would similar to atom. Butler is john simon and the fact that in his in his role right. Now i don't know if he's fully capable of handling it last year when they had a lot more depth at the edge in the linebacker of hybrid position with calvin nolan Land roberts jamie collins. A johnson played less than fifty percent of the snaps this year. He's now playing about seventy sound snaps on defense in production. Hasn't gone up at all nowadays. Play a slip This is starting essentially starting edge player with four quarterback heads into saxon the year so the passwords progression. Just isn't there at all and you still on the film. He's not really getting off blocks at all. He's now pressuring the quarterback from the edge and on he's coverage player. He's he's he's a veteran. he's smart. But i think ultimately if your signing him to be a seventy percent seventy percent of the defensive snaps guy is he. He can be liability times as you reduce his role some to to the way they wanna use in butler ideally then he can be more effective so it really depends argue with finding upgrade in the draft. Is you taken a plane. More snaps on the edges chase. Winovich can not mysteriously disappear at times and be more full-time player on the edge. Then john fits better. But if you're not going to do that i don't really think he's worth bringing back. If he's going to be a fulltime star that position they want you to rush. Cover drop the coverage off the edge and at the edge of the defense. And that's what you're gonna do as seventy percent player at opposition. It's really tough. I mean that's not an easy thing to do. And i i think the john simon does one of those things as starter level or baby obama replacement level. I should say and that set the edge. The other two things rushing the passer dropping into coverage. Not so much for the problem that they've route into is that chase winovich. Joshu are not ready to be every dow players yet so you're sort of caught with a bunch of one dimensional guys. J. winovich ideal passing downs players. But john simon's better more before stouter at setting the edge. It's like if you combine those guys to one player than the aggregrate football player. That's not how it works. I think the agents run into problems this year with sort of constantly needing to mix and match right in in rotate guys in and out of. What's the situation. What's the down and distance and that can work and they've done that effectively in the past but more a lot more. This season is aided in years in the past teams have identified those types of players and said okay. We know we have signed out here. We know we have winovich john here and they've been able to take a little bit more advantage of those types of

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How did we name our days and establish the weekend?

The How in the World Podcast

05:16 min | 11 months ago

How did we name our days and establish the weekend?

"All right. Welcome to the podcast. So this topic stems from a conversation. I had with our thirteen year. Old son pete a couple of weeks ago on monday afternoon as we drove home from basketball practice. Pete was lamenting the fact that the weekend had gone by so quickly and decided that weekend should be four days long and the workweek or in his case. The school week should only be three days. that sounds about right. Yep so this conversation naturally led to the questions who decided how long the weekend should be and how were the days named that. I thought was a perfect topic for this podcast. And that's pretty good. See that's exactly why we came up with this podcast. We wanted to answer these kinds of questions that we know people have every day right. I mean it really is perfect. So let's start with how the days of the week were named. And i know honey. You've been researching this so go ahead and start us off. Okay be glad to so. Let me begin by saying that. Each of the various resources. I found on. This topic had some variations but generally they were all in agreement and really. That's not unusual for our research. So i'm going to present a version that is a sort of a homogenized version of all of these. Okay that makes it okay. So prior to christianity specifically in the days of the babylonians there were several pagan. Gods running around doing things with thunder and lightning and water and stuff like that. That was probably a pretty interesting time. So at the same time the babylonians were also very into studying our planets and the moon and the sun and placed a lot of importance on these heavenly bodies So at some point between around nine thousand nine hundred bc and five forty bc. The babylonians decided that there would be seven days a week and that they'd be named after the five known planets plus the sun and the moon since the sun and the moon were the best known in the most important they would start the week So back then and still today. They started the week with sunday and then monday followed. So the first two are obvious. Sunday in mundi right but then they went in order of the slowest to fastest in the earth's sky. So tuesday was named after mars wednesday after mercury thursday after jupiter and friday after venus. Okay those don't sound anything like our days except in spanish they do well. They don't see on anything like our english days. Yes yes and there is a distinction here. Okay because that has to do with two things one language and the pay to the pagan gods gotta in the language of the day. They were basically saying mars is day right. Mercury's day and so on. But when the anglo saxons invaded great britain which was much more recent on the world or timelines they decided to swap out the planet names for their god's names. Okay so you take over from here alright. So these more. Recent folks left sunday and monday alone but they named tuesday after the norse god of justice to t i w they named wednesday after the most powerful norse god odin or warden and widens day eventually morphed into wednesday. It's a little bit of a stretch right but that also helps explain the weird spelling of wednesday which i've never understood. These are all based on the old english form of the english language. Yes thursday if you think in terms of famous pagan gods you can probably figure out. Third equals thor right so thursday is the perfect day to get out and do some hammering on carpenters. Really love thursdays. They're big right. Finally friday was named after odin 's wife frigg which is a very unfortunate name so frig f. r. i g. g. was said to be nearly as powerful as her husband so she got her own day. Frig day eventually became friday. And for some reason i forgot to mention saturday which is horrible. Because saturday's the best day saturday is named after again. You can figure it out if you go back to the planet's part sadder saturday saturn's day so is named after the planet saturn. We didn't change and we didn't change that to a god right because saturday's the best day we don't wanna change. Don't make it not the best right. So you've got saturday sunday and monday. That remain named after heavenly bodies in the rest or named after norse gods yup and there you go there. There's your week boom

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Talking to Your Kids About Sex With Shafia Zaloom

Sex With Emily

05:32 min | 1 year ago

Talking to Your Kids About Sex With Shafia Zaloom

"She fears aloom welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. Yes. Of course. I'm excited that you're here because I have been on this sort of obsessive track lately around I mean for for many years I've been doing this. You've been do in doing this for longer than I. Have I think but I've been doing about fifteen years and it was mostly you know educating talking to adults who want to realize is that now I have a lot of young people, my life three nieces who are teens and friends, kids age and. In the last five ten years. Wow there. There's no sex education. I realize how similar the questions that people are asking me that the young people are asking me adolescents about sex are very similar to what adults are asking, and also a lot of people calling in listening this show because now they have teenagers and they want to know what do we do? How do we talked about Saxon problem because? If they parents never learned how do we actually talk to our kids about sex I know you've made this your life's work. and. So Sheffield tell me a little about yourself like what's your? What's your background? How'd you get into sex education? we you know I always had to have really positive relationships in my life and that made all the difference for me in a really quality education. and. So I was a social worker when I first got out of school and was working with. Kids in treatment centers as an alternative to incarceration who had a lot you know who are wrestling with a ton of issues at all really revolves around relationships or you know the type of relationships they had had as they were growing up and after several years of that realized, they really needed to get into more preventative work versus so much inventive work so that I could sustain my own life and start a family and do all those things and because relationships in education had always been such a strong force in my life I chose that path and started I. Guess It's been. Twenty five years now and that sort of what took me to this place? Yeah, I got it. So tell me how do we approach talking to teens about sex when a lot of parents are feeling that they don't have the information themselves that it's still taboo and shameful I mean. There are a lot of really great resources out there I think part of it is there's just so much information and so much about sexuality that you really have to know where to find them and I think that a sex positive approaches we all strive for like we all want to raise our. Kids to be good people of positive enriching relationships yet romantic as well as sexual ones and so I think it really is twofold I. The information is out there find the medically accurate information from credible resources and showed that with your kid in developmentally appropriate ways and you're educating yourself along the way it is. Okay. no-one taught us this you know either so we are pioneers and you know if you can talk to your friends and say you know I, don't really know how to do this. How are you doing this and source each other to create a sense of solidarity typically as? Parents you know we we tend to lady to do this together. Especially if our kids are younger, we do that really well as they get older teenagers tend to want their independence and we tend to not have as many opportunities to connect with each other but we should find those places where you can connect with each other. You know test the waters and see how open and comfortable those folks artist say like, how do we do this? How can we communicate consistent messages that aligned with our own personal family values, but also give kids the information they need to keep themselves in their friends safe. And with your kids in those conversations, you're really it's the value of these small victories are collecting moments your scaffolding this over time it's not one big giant talk. It's little ones over longer periods of time and it's OK. In fact, it's a tremendous gift to be able to say to your kid to role model healthy vulnerability in an effort to connect in an authentic way. To say I don't know, but this is really important and sometimes the most important conversations are the hardest ones to have, and so let's find out this information together and figure this out in a way that works with all the things we've been teaching all along. Now for some parents, kids suddenly start screaming I'm running from the room you know whatever it is I, don't want do. Don't learn. They might happen to have equality health program. It's one. Nelson say but I I I know everything I need to know don't worry about it. Learning learn it in school. The thing is, is that parents are absolutely the primary sexuality educator in life It can't be they're not the only one that they're certainly the primary one and your the consistent person that they are going to be connected to throughout their life, and so those people who teach them you know education relationship, education, educational those things they're gonNA, come and go. They'll have an impact. It's a huge blessing to have that resource. But really you're the consistent will run and their ethical aspects to sex education that like those family values that are essential to it only you can teach those to your kid. So parenting adults are really important in that role.

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Angela Chen: Asexuality Is Pretty Complex and That's OK

LGBTQ&A

06:27 min | 1 year ago

Angela Chen: Asexuality Is Pretty Complex and That's OK

"The book you do a really incredible job of giving the as sexuality. One one that doesn't necessary without dumbing down or oversimplifying thing I think for me my biggest takeaway sounds obvious in hindsight. Biggest takeaway is how many different ways there are to be a sexual and I hate to say it. But I did not know that it was this umbrella term that encompasses such a broad range of experiences you find a that is a common misconception. It is so common and you know there's part of me that's leg come on everyone it's been a while like we should be caught up. There's this other part of me that is so so synthetic and I. Think. Some of it has to do with language right because a sexual it's not a word someone made up. You know people already have associations with it. So it's just not intuitive that you would call someone who maybe has positive sexual experiences a sexual, right? Just semantic level people are like, what does that mean? So I totally understand why people would not understand. It's an umbrella term would not intuitively know that there's such diverse range of experiences under that but also. I feel like it is time for us to be having that conversation and moving away from about one image of asexuality even for people who think they know what it means they think it means like, Oh, you just don't like sexy repulsed by sex, but it's so much more than that. That's such a great point before reading the book I would've told you that asexual people do not have any desire for sex or romantic relationships and that is the case for. Some, but in no means the entire community. Do you mind just giving us the definition that like we should be thinking of for a sexuality? Absolutely. So the official definition is a sexuality means you don't experience sexual attraction which seems simple enough right but then you have to be like, okay what is sexual attraction and most people think it means, oh, you just are repulsed by Sax you don't WanNa have sex, but sexual attraction is not the only reason to have. Sachs. Example I always use which I, don't love as metaphor, but it was just a food better for it. There's foods that you love and you're attracted to quote unquote there's food repulsed by and there are some food that like they taste fine. But because you associate them with like your best friends in college in like that social senior, there's like an emotional reason while I won't speak for you. I'm an emotional eater, right? So I feel like there's all these wants is there to make it really simple. It's possible to not experience sexual attraction without being repulsed by SAX to be basically sex in different but because there's so many other reasons to have sachs. Emotional reasons like you might be bored or you really love someone or you want to feel attractive desired sexy that can hide for many people donate sexuality, and that's all of these nuances and all of these complexities I think for many people maclear community we first began to discover and understand our sexual orientation through sexual attraction. Only to oversimplify right I'm sexually attracted to men I must be gay without that component. Can you talk about how you spurious attraction and like what you base those feelings on? That something that's really complicated. So one thing with sexuality is that in some ways de orientation is based on what you don't experience. So then you have to kind of explain what is it? You don't, which is beard philosophical question rape. So for me like when I feel attracted someone this romantic sense, it's basically like having a crush on them right like I want to date them like I could see as being romantic partners and I even have an. Aesthetic type you know I always say like do not get me wrong. I have a type it's not like everyone looks the same to me. Some people are hot. Some people are less heart don't get me wrong but there's not like a sexual motivation for it and I think that can be really really hard for people to feel out and understand can be so many nuances and also want to make clear that being a sexual is not the same as. Being a romantic because Saxon. Romance aren't the same right I think most people would agree so many people sexual and they are say Hetero matic or their pan romantic or by romantic, and there are some people who is actual are a romantic thing that they just don't expand traumatic attraction to others the of course, they might love their friends at their family very much. It's so interesting compared to non x people to have to come out of the closet because. We can discuss our sexuality talking about the broader terms, dating relationships, and yet you coming out as half discuss sex sex has to be in the conversation. Does that pose challenges like say parents when you don't want to talk about sex with them? Yeah absolutely. So the funny thing is my parents just don't know the book is about it's funny because if you Google my name like books and come up with into second jewel, it'll stay on the jacket copy. You know in her own experience as actual journalists but I'm just not out to my parents in part because it just it really feels like I'd be talking to them about my sex life in a way that I don't think it would be the case if I were is actual or vice actual for example, and I've talked to other aces about it and they've said the same thing where it feels almost more inappropriate you know like they kind of A. Conservative not hyper conservative but a little bit of a conservative workplace and it feels like if I were to talk about my sexuality, it just seems much. It is not done. There you the way it might be okay to talk about other orientations, right? Because like marriage equality passed for many reasons. But one of them is because we reframed it to be about love and relationships we moved away from sex but for asexuality we don't actually have that option did. It take a while for you to become comfortable with that label for yourself absolutely, and I think in many ways I still feel I still feel some ambivalence about it. You know I like talking to other aces other people the crew community because I feel like I can be more honest. You know there are people who still say sexuality doesn't exist you're just repressed or maybe there's something physically medically wrong with you and because there's so many naysayers of course. There is this pressure to dig your heels in and be like not only my actual I love the sexual twenty, four seven. It's the best thing in the world because you don't want to give them any room to invalidate you right and so I think when I'm with people who are queer or who are as there's more, there's great things about it, and in some ways I've internalized some anti sentiment and sometimes I feel about it. So it's a long process.

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The ECBs Former Vice-President Explains The Historic Step That Europe Just Took

Odd Lots

07:35 min | 1 year ago

The ECBs Former Vice-President Explains The Historic Step That Europe Just Took

"True CEOS thinking we don't really talk that much about Europe these days. I mean, I guess not in relation to the the heady days of the eurozone debt crisis. Now we don't, but also I feel like this particular crisis at least some of our episodes, you know, obviously, we talk a lot in the bed context the US context, of course, know talked about Hong Kong and Asia and Asia supply chains in China and so forth stills like we've focused a little bit less on how this current crisis is playing out in the Europe. Yeah I think that's right I. Guess the implication is that maybe this has been unfair in some respects because there has actually been something very interesting going on in Europe at the moment. Yeah. I mean, for one thing you know there's a good argument to be made Europe at least relative to the US, if not necessarily Asian countries has done a pretty decent job overall of suppressing the virus self and you know for years during the euro area crisis, they're always people fiscal policy. Fiscal Policy Missing. You gotta spend more gotTa get the Germans to spend more and you know maybe this time it looks like they're actually doing. Yeah that's exactly what I was thinking. So we have the announcement of a big deal seven, hundred, fifty, billion euros worth by the EU to fund on long term recovery. Fund for the Eurozone and that's a big deal because as you point out, everyone's been talking about fiscal stimulus but it looks like the euro-zone is finally going ahead and doing it. Right and so this of course raises questions and it's a theme that we've definitely had a lot on on our podcast, which is, is this offer something bigger for the post-crisis period? So sports, it's well known that know there's a lot of money being spent by governments all around the world including the US. But the question mark is okay when the crisis phase is over the government's just retrench or does this become a sort of new macroeconomic stabilization model? That's a theme that we've had dozens of times but it's particularly important to New York, in context I think because people have sort of identified the lack of fiscal burden sharing his sort of a basic architectural tension or flaw within. Euros. Yeah I think that's exactly right. How does the I don't want to say the intrusion of fiscal stimulus but how does the arrival of fiscal stimulus on the scene actually reshape the way that monetary policy works and I? Guess we should also mention that the is also in the midst of a of another really important project which is rethinking. How it targets inflation. So we have all of this going on simultaneously real existential questions for the role of the European Central Bank. Absolutely well, I'm very excited. We have a fantastic guest to talk about all of this we are going to be talking with Vito comes don. So he is the former vice president of the European Central Bank from two thousand, Ten may twenty eighteen. He's now a professor at Navarra University in Madrid out the perfect guest to discuss all this. So without further ado, let's bring him in a veto. Thank you very much for joining us. So are you happy to not being a policymaker in this time or you? Do Miss being at the ECB during such an extraordinary moment. Well, it's always difficult to get out of you know executive responsibilities and I. Of course, I would not say that I, am Epi at the out or unfortunate circumstances of the covy. The shock we are again in a very important periods of policy making but. Me Europe as been doing well I think in these episodes. Better than in the previous episode of two, thousand. Ten to two thousand twelve. Just to start out with walking the significance of the deal that was agreed, this seven, hundred, hundred, billion euros you tweeted about it clearly, you think it's important. What's the significance. Well it establishes for president that are very meaningful. In, the first place it involves a decision to issue common European depth. The Commission will issue seven hundred and fifty billion of debt to fund these program, and that's the first. The second the point is that these is going to be distributed in the form of budget transfers and not loans to the country's. Third IT'S A big program to implement Wat- is a European fiscal policy stimulus to address a recessionary phase. India to be an economy, and that's also the first time that these happens at this level and fourth the distribution of the ballot transfers which. Correspond to a little more than half of the seven hundred and fifty billion is done in a way that it is not proportional to the size of each country. By two indeed benefits more the countries that's have lower level of leaving and higher unemployment. So there is a convergence play. There is solidarity aspect of these edits also quite new in terms of transfers to give you two examples on a proportional basis, Italy would be entitled to fifty billion, but the they are getting eighty billion. Right as Germany, you'll be entitled to ninety six billion in proportional terms, but is getting only twenty seven. So these four points put together constitute the indeed very important precedents and babs, and do we all hope so that it will be a sign of things to happen. If again, there will be a stressful situation in the European economy, and that's a very important element for everyone the notion that when there is a very stressful social economic situation Europe, steps up and two x decisions to fight the recession and does not leave behind any of the member countries. It's a big message for the future and I think markets are really beginning to injury injuries what these means And we see that already but it will take time of course, perhaps for the markets by Geico anglo-saxon markets to overcome. Lingering, doubts about the European project.

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'Nightmare on Elm Street' star John Saxon dead at 83

Leo Laporte

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

'Nightmare on Elm Street' star John Saxon dead at 83

"Hector John Saxon has died Sex and died at his home in Tennessee. He was 83. He apparently died of pneumonia. Yesterday. He starred with Bruce Lee and enter the dragon and appeared in several nightmare on Elm Street movies

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John Saxon, ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ Actor, Dies at 83

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

01:00 min | 1 year ago

John Saxon, ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ Actor, Dies at 83

"That John Saxon Who was AH, and actors, certainly a face that you would recognize in a second. Died of complications of pneumonia. He appeared alongside Marlon Brando in the Appaloosa. Hey, appeared alongside Bruce Lee and enter the Dragon. He was in the original nightmare on Elm Street back in 1984 but he's been ah John Saxon was in 200 movies and TV shows a career that spanned more than 60 years. He died in Murphysboro. Tennessee, survived by his wife, Gloria. But now 1/3 death in the entertainment world. For this weekend. John Saxon at age 83. Olivia have Elin age 100 for And, of course, the great and legendary Regis Philbin. Gotta

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The Horned Helm

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:59 min | 1 year ago

The Horned Helm

"Hey welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb and Joe. McCormick and today. We're doing the horned helm. This is going to be one of our essentially one of our invention themed episodes, but I decided. You know we really need to come back to armor, and the best place to start with armor is really the helmet I think the helmet is one of these wonderful things to consider because on the one hand, there is the more sort of combat, centric and medieval. And even fantasy idea of a Hillman Sifi. Fantastic with the concept, but at a very basic level, I feel like we all have some experience wearing a helmet taking this bit of artificial exoskeleton, slipping it over our own skull, and then enjoying its protection. Do you remember the scene in cone heads? Where it? It is revealed that Dan. Ackroyd Cohen Head Bell Dr Enjoys driving a motorcycle, but he's not a fan of helmet laws. No I. Don't remember this. Does he have a? A weird helmet or he just he can't wear human humans. I would imagine that's the source of his frustration. Because seems seems like bell. Dr Is actually normally pretty much rule follower, but but yeah he doesn't like the helmets, and I think it's probably because he has to get one custom made man. I haven't seen that in forever, but I do remember it had a really fun. Stop Motion Monster towards the end. Yes, yes. Bell Dr Scott to fight one with his Gulf skills. It also has a great line that for some reason is is just used for all occasions around our house, which is your phone is too young. Well, you know I. Don't remember if they wore helmets in that at all the more like space centric cone heads, but I feel like there was some sort of a horned crown that one of the more yeah I think. That's right so one of the we're. We're going to be discussing helmets in general, but but one thing that we're also going to discuss. Here is the idea of the horned helm a helmet with horns on it. It's it's an ancient motif in human civilization, and it ties into some earliest ceremonial practices. Practices and models of imaginative thinking. There's also do something so elegant about the idea thing that may be worn upon the head, and in doing so transforms the individual from a mere human into something, symbolically different a hybrid of human embiid. He's channeling the archaic chaotic gods of the Hunt. Oh Yeah I mean it's very therapy. It's what you see in those ancient cave paintings that so exciting when you start to see the human and the animal forms join together, suggesting fantastical thinking it's clearly there in the horned helmet as well. And and and so when you see these ancient motifs, one example that I was looking at before we came in here today. Was Robert Familiar with the the Sutton? Hoo Helmet? Oh, yes, yes, the sudden new helmet I. Had Papa Picture of it, but I this is one of these that I remember from an early age seeing perhaps on the cover of National Geographic, but it was certainly featured in some sort of Historical Book that I had access to his a kid. Yeah, it's just spectacularly creepy with these hollow is the way the mustaches rendered on the the plate of the face covering. I think it also had leather component when it was actually worn, but it's this decorated Anglo. Saxon helmet from I think it was from the seventh century. was buried in this in this ship burial somewhere in east. Anglia and I've actually seen this up close. And there are replicas of it that are really cool, because they reproduce the artwork that would have been originally visible on the sides, and although it's got all these panels over it, basically, it's a helmet covered with like comic strips, and in all the little panels there are scenes depicted in. In one of them shows these figures will like human shaped figures with horns, apparently wearing some kind of horned helmet. Oh, also evidence of Hornet helmets on a helmet. Yes, wonderful, yes, but it doesn't necessarily show the the characters wearing horned helmets say going into battle it appears to have more kind of a ritual religious significance surrounding the horns. Yes, in in this seems to be basically underlying the earliest versions of of this you know horned helmets go back thousands of years as far back as a twelfth century. See we see this in Cyprus Bronze Age Europe. and. The generally the idea is that yeah, this probably has its origins in in against symbolic tinkling thinking and ritual, and the idea that you're transforming. You're becoming something else. Which of course has a role in combat as well in a row and intimidation sort of role in the basic? behavior of making yourself look larger than you are. But, but then there's also this. Imaginative. Side to it there is this ritual aspect of mill, melting, man, and beast,

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Embracing Uncertainty

Tara Brach

05:06 min | 1 year ago

Embracing Uncertainty

"NAMA. Stay in welcome. It's really a pleasure to have you with me here again. For another one of our sheltering in love talks and together listening with others from around the world as you know one of the words that we hear again and again in describing. Our current times is the word uncertainty. We're going to be spending some time with this word. It's uncertainty around our bodily safety. An uncertainty around the future of our finances and uncertainty over when and how will ever spend real personal time with our our dear ones uncertainty in terms of our our government whether those who are able to vote in the United States will actually be allowed to many many levels and of course while a lot of people are in. Denial there's that deep shared uncertainty. We have really about the future of life on this precious planet. So it's big it's the undercurrent that's now not only an undercurrent but in the foreground of so many people's experience the truth is that life is always uncertain. That's the bottom line by nature. Everything changes economies coming and governments change and stars get worn die in these very bodies you know do the age they sick and they die. We lose all that we love. It's always uncertain. And yet our daily habits uncovered over so we get lulled into thinking. Okay so this is how it is and then inevitably. Our daily habits get disrupted home. There's an accident tar. Sickness are some long term relationship crashes or some upheaval regarding work or maybe on the societal level. There's the outrage or heartbreak of another publicized. Racist Kelly are a mass shooting. Are Right now this pandemic and they're here we are the bottom falls out and for some time. We can't avoid reality. Life's out of our hands out of control it's uncertain and we feel it and our bodies feel it feels very vulnerable. We have an inner controller that does not like insecurity uncertainty so in reaction when we're stressed our inner controller becomes what. I've often called an over controller. And I know you know what I'm talking about. You probably know your own over controller when the mind gets narrowed fixated and obsessive and always trying to figure things out fixings and then when we in our over controller were also blaming others are trying to control others but were mostly mentally caught in the state of fearful anticipation. The word worry the Anglo Saxon roots are strangle so we get caught in the over controller. And of course our body goes along for the ride when we're in our over controller muscles tighten. Our shoulders might go up or billy titans which of course effects digestion. 'cause we have all that tightness in our body we also can get fatigued the over controllers exhausting and then the heart murmur in our over controller the heart either numb or anxious. And so we're not so porous and able to to give and receive love so what I'd like to explore tonight is to reflect on on facing uncertainty and by that I mean both the glaring unknowns of current time sued also just that that ongoing background anxiety. We have about change about loss that that's always here so our inquiry really is. How do we let go of our resistance to uncertainty and that tensing we have against not knowing that tenting against change and I wanNA say right from the start? That opening to the reality of uncertainty doesn't mean passivity in any way it means we open and come into the kind of presence that actually lets US respond to uncertain times with a lot more balanced and wisdom and with a steady heart given that as we know uncertainty activates our brain and we get caught up in it for many of in session thinking and it's kind of mode were trying to figure things out or just trying to find some certainty.

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"saxon" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"saxon" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"Today saying it begs the question. What rosters would look like. Do you think that that teams who have thirty thirty-five maybe just carry a forty man roster into a season because it's not only pitchers? Let's just say you're in Arizona and it's one hundred and ten degrees and you're not getting days often you're playing doubleheaders. I mean that's GonNa wear some guys out so I'm really curious about the roster construction of what baseball would look like If and when we come back yeah I mean first of all you brought up one of the great kind hurdles to playing a season in Arizona. Summer I've I've been in those stadiums in late March where it's almost unplayable cannot imagine June and July if you had to play a day because you know for whatever reason maybe they wouldn't maybe all the games would be at six but it's pretty darn hot still at six the Sun. Go down remember. Tell if that time of year until seven thirty or eight eight thirty. So it's it's it's tough to think about that. But Yeah I think he would have to expand their to some extent Which is again is going to lead to that sort of raggedy -ness of the game because we're gonNA be seeing so many pitching changes etc but again these are mile minor complaints and by the end of the season. These guys will be ready and I also I would kind of dismiss this notion of wealthy only one hundred days. It's going to have an asterisk after it if you angry exert yeah. Nobody's GonNa give a bleep about that in ten years or even the minute it happens you know how much joy that's going to bring somebody. The braves fans aren't apologizing for the nineteen ninety five World Series. Neither as any other team. That's been in a strange season so I think we can put that one to rest. I totally agree. You you mentioned Dylan. Carlson what what do you think the cardinals would do with a guy like Carlson as it pertains to serve his time shortened season or expanded rosters. It's an interesting case. I think when you think about a guy like Dylan Carlson. Yeah I mean I think it was clear that he was SORTA angling for triple eight. Start the season right that that you could kind of just read playing time. What was happening in spring training? I think the writing was on the wall about that. Now will it change? My suspicion is probably not I just think the preference is to give the older outfielders first crack at it because those guys are very much maker brake parts of their career. Tyler. O.`Neil has a lot of tools. I mean I think they wanna see what he can do with you know a a week two weeks three weeks of uninterrupted at bats. You know what does that look like? And so that's the case dealing. Carlson would start at triple A. But really cares. I mean if this guy is as good as we all you know. Probably think he is. He's GonNa make a deep deep impact on this organization and be one of the major building blocks and I think you know whether they manipulate the service time or whatever reasoning is I think he has plenty of time to impact the season if he comes up to three weeks into the season so for me I think people get a little bit locked in on the opening day roster and especially with the player whose trajectory is that that good potentially i. I just think that's a mistake. I think. Just enjoy it when it gets here and why not bring them up when he's feeling good and hitting triple eight pitching really well again and feeling good about himself. That seems to make sense to me. So Mark Saxon is a baseball writer. There's no baseball going on. And the athletic has done a great job covering this story from all angles. So what are some of the stories that you're working on and trying to make sure you know you're informing the public in and trying to keep it as interesting as you can. Yes I mean if anytime there's news I try to be all over it. There hasn't been a lot of news especially with this team so we have a slack channel at the Athletic Slack. I guess for people don't know is kind of like texting but it sort of within the company and there's all these different channels for a guy like US fifty years old. It's hard to keep track of but anyway one of the channels is called. Let's get weird and some of the ideas that have come out of that. One of them was. Let's support our local businesses. Let's show that we care about our communities so one of the things we did was calling a bunch of cardinals people and asking them their the restaurant that means the most to that and why it means most so that's an example of that We did the best cardinal player ever to wear a uniform number from double zero up to ninety nine and I know you know ninety nine with yes sir and it wasn't Wayne Gretzky. No and he. He didn't have a lot of competitions. That's bud the nice thing now and then we are a subscription based service. The Nice thing now. There's ninety day free trial so if people are kinda curious but when it just dip their toe in the water or see what it's all about they can do that and read all these stories and decide if they want to pay for it beyond that. I think it's about six or seven bucks a month. So that will you know that most people who can read some stuff end up liking it and subscribing but either way take free free Pass at it right now. Decide if it's your cup of tea so my final question at the athletic. What are you working on right now? GimMe a story. You want to dive into well. We're actually working on a fan survey right now. I just really WanNa see kind of what fans are. We're thinking about this cardinals team going into the season. I think you'll see today are blues. One will launch. I just kinda worked went up. That's GONNA launch at some point. Maybe later today maybe early on Wednesday morning and then will release the results of that fan survey And just see where people's heads are in terms of where they think this season's going what how they were feeling about the cardinals going into the season. some other fun little things about team. Mvp's whether they'll win a CY young and the next five years so we're kind of trying to engage a little bit see what people are interested in and then kind of build our our coverage from there so that's kind of the next thing and then just some of these funny. Let'S GET WEIRD PROJECT. GonNa lined up several weeks. And then who knows Daddy Mac one of these days you and I'll see each other in a press box somewhere on the dugout bench and will be writing about real baseball again. Yeah we'll be sick of each other at some point again. I look forward to those days. Believe me Mark and I mean that sincerely as a joke I love you. I Miss Ya. I WANNA see Ya. I WANNA see guys covering baseball so I know you feel the same way too and I want to hear your Your dulcet tones over the airways. I love it man. It's really good to catch up with you. Thanks mark I appreciate all your work okay Danny..

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"saxon" Discussed on The Culture of Being

The Culture of Being

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"saxon" Discussed on The Culture of Being

"Nice see should initiative got a a better job man. How did you there and do past? Hell yeah he too. So he'll be. The Post Office fucked his brother. Well let's say that he himself test. Yeah what they call them on on his vacation. I was like where you been mystery. Missed half the class the first day and he's like what like. Yeah you've gotta be here true. Set them up for failure man. I think he should have known that. I think they did have it on the thing. Houston look I swear. It's this is retarded shit man we've gone for about an hour a little bit over so cool where can people find you. What do you have anything coming up like any art shows as you said you? Do the art walk every time. I do the artwork this weekend. Norman second Friday if I do I'll be there seven in front of by sandwiches it up but I mean you can find me on facebook alien space. Babies R by Saxon Ray or instagram cosmic space hippie chance to work I got one more question. Do we ask every guest. It's so with all your experience agreeance you know you doing. You're going to prison doing all your illegal St Street were. Can you know finding yourself now. Is this man you know. What does it mean to you to be human? What does it mean to be to be Ralph Law? We all make mistakes. But it's about picking up and trying to be the best person you can be the bottom line is we're here. I'll try and learn as much as he can be the best person to. I think that that's a fulfilled life. Yeah the end of that. I'd agree dude degree. Fuck yes thank you appreciate you bring me out of here man later you folks..

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"saxon" Discussed on The Culture of Being

The Culture of Being

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"saxon" Discussed on The Culture of Being

"Little drafting. A house built inland. That's always been my follow like even use an easel leg. I have such a hard time drawing like like on the link with A. I penguin right there. Yeah Clark gun the over it. Yeah the people who made that movie. Rio used one of those tire drafting board and everything. I remember that was in office success. I just made it on the surface. That's an old one now with iced always believed that digital art was like a cheat or something like easy. That's what I always used to be made for you. Template template and then I downloaded fucking like adobe illustrator and I started fucking with. It was like okay. This is hard. Shit wow people who make stuff on this sleep. Wow this is crazy. Hard for a lot of this artist called Salvia droid and he's on instagram. And I actually When Shane Moss brought up a bunch of pictures like those rows of pictures like Alex? Grey's our work instead of his three of his own their salvage Roydon. He does live videos videos on instagram. And stuff where he's like using is like illustrator whatever program he uses like going into all these little details like like he probably spends sixty seventy hours like working out with the first time. I saw his work. This is what I wanted Alien Space Baby Solo. That was like my vision on on it. You know Mike you know. He's definitely worth checking out. Millions a strange he's been working on. VR like rooms that you can walk into completely like well. DMZ worlds like. That is supposed to be our before. I I played around on it. You know I've only had the one that poke in like I can do that but I really wanted to. Try that. H. T. V.. I do my little brother. He bought the oculus quest Oculus built-in screen he bought the oculus rift You put on this headset with these two. These two eye holes you stick. Your fucking is in and it's like it looks weird. It's like this trippy looking glass. It doesn't even look like regular glass bubbles in in an ship but once you put your eyes on there you can see like the depth and you're like inside it feels like you're in there so I can imagine the emt trip art thing inside of that so that is going to be the next big thing believe Believe that you're going to be able to put on your oculus after whatever and you're going to be able to go and tour an art gallery.

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"saxon" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"saxon" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"But that's like i don't blame parents for not knowing how to handle it but also like the resources are out there and nobody's talking about but one of the best res- you think for parents right now that you think exist i think just being aware of the reality of it i don't an anon- non fearmongering way it's hard because it's like we are at this point where we understand it's problem and we don't have like a universal accessible civil way to talk never to be educated about it i'm hoping that there are some books parenting books written about it i'm sure i brought on it yeah no working on it but i just feel like the more i mean in some there because i want to talk to you about some toys hear them talking about i just think if parents admit that this is weird for me i know ever talk to be about and i don't even really talk to you about a son daughter but i want to keep it open this is not a one time conversation if you see anything that's uncomfortable let me know or let me show you the scene i just saw on this t._v. show that's kind of reminding telling them stories about it or shining examples or there's an article in the paper about something like oh this reminds me of using that as a teachable moment 'cause are everywhere sex sexual ads everywhere i mean truly the media is like pumped up with saxon then we're like but sex in this other format is a a completely different story and like obviously it's different but i mean without being an educator who specifically knows how to talk to kids i would just be like like look at this crazy billboard like isn't it like i'd be like what do you think about that exactly like have them there's ways you you can prompt kids without being their friend and a k tell me if you had a blow job so not being like addicting or something i saw the other day they were talking about how it was like a scene in a t._v..

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"saxon" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"saxon" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"This is this is the life. I'm sorry, Nick. Sounds like you're going through right now at school now it's great. I love being you guys have as right. Should we talk about base like your debate? Yeah, we sell dog off the we have no smash, still crash. My ex, I Joe, we're on. We're on good terms though. We, we're still friends. Okay. A rabid. Dog. You know amicable and yeah, you know, I'm a single man now. Free agent. Yeah, ladies. I mean, I don't. You know, I, I've, I've talked about this. I've said that sex is boring for me is a genius. That is there's a rule Brennan on a lot of get horny on the podcast really have sex. I'm like, I wish I was reading six books at one. That's that's my, that's my vibe. Yeah, it is quite a waste of time. Yeah, I'm married to knowledge. We what's? What's that? We have visitor pace. Suckled Sallie Mae. Shali because shot I west shot Saxon ankle Charlie cousin. From the west lawn of the Saxon Bevo bell from Roldan's. Oh, wow. Hey, nice to meet you. Nice to meet. You. Welcome to the welcome to the podcast. Yes. All right. How how much how much gas we have in this tank uncle, Charlie cousin, Charlie. Shyly my cousin or you ankle. I'm Bo, smash. Fucked, Jim. Okay, awesome. My dad. Are you? My dad also. I think that's his catchphrase piss. Yeah. Oh, it's next back next. Great. Oh, guys, pop in real quick. Childish back, taste of, you know, this is kind of this is like an audio version of Knicks real. If any casting directors listening, I'll be like, oh, listen to this. Actually, you have can link you the year. This kind of a taste of NIC's character work. Hey. It's good. It's good. Have you have you have you started the the like uncle, Charlie, screenplay yet? Okay. What did you get on? Is it cousin Charlie hasn't Charlie Charles. Yeah. Dude, I, I just drank like a fucking huge thing of coffee. I was just like so wired. And when you get in that mode where you're just like the funniest person? Oh everything, everything? Yes, like I was just like, totally. Going for it, and then. What did you ask again, I asked to be a backstory. Oh, no. I guess not just like at England just like a really fucking aggressive. English. Dude. I, I only saw one video. Super vaulter. Yeah. I guess, I guess like if I were to give you a title, it would be like powerful shit poster, you know, pretty much. What is your your ship hosting on, like a very on a grand scale. Yeah. That is what it is. Yeah. And like you're doing so, you know you're successful at it, thanks. Yeah. And I'm, you know, I'm I'm a huge fan of cousin Charlie more of him on this local Charlie because in Charlotte, I think it's cousin, Charlie. Yeah, I need to make more visits. I mean, like would we be able to talk to Charlie for thirty minutes? I don't know. Even has that much. Piss Charlie for having affair up someone's butt hole. Is that. Is that a fair up, your mom's piss hole. Yeah. Jesus Christ, just stuff like that. Yeah. Yeah, cousin Charlie's not meant for long, long form. Not ready for a long form. Trying to figure it out. No, no cousin, Charlie one, man, one man off Broadway show. Not yet. Not yet. Not yet. At least. Yeah. Let's nineteen p fuck the wrong is mum. Ooh, that's a good complex. That's the you need, right. And then he is like, I mean, I can't. But you know he's wrong chop. Mome like yeah, fuck Chinmoy. Chaps chaff, we're talking Shimon chaps may. Okay. We'll work shopping this and it's sort of like. So sort of sauce adjacent for the listeners sausages. And I like that it's awesome. Good for those that are familiar. I mean, explains sauce. It's so Shosh Jewish. Now that I. Whatever..

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"saxon" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"saxon" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Really i'll be like he's boundary he match that was one of your biggest yeah we went there who had no idea no we went there from plain hammersmith you know three and a half thousand people to to sweden till thousand people do not like walt with no idea yeah no idea how does it even happened i just crazy yeah and it was like crazy would line up just pop styles of something going on there was just not in all that is to just love this i guess for whatever reasons to certain that we just hit not some you know school kids generation there i just took us on all their favorite bounden them all those bans an inch sweden you know we're all shoes saxon funds of the join up whether they were like six years all of whether they were twelve you know they all remember saxon right the new deals jaylen stays right green was like america yahya men all up all those guys who reclaim murder in a big in the middle ages were huge funds of maidan saxon yeah each is purely oh yeah what they wanna benz i look they go go albums you know we will let the bit he's coped one on the planet in all of this bombed in all of the famous and the gene simmons telling me that it was listening to it was doing some come in who was warren to somalia car remember that they were list into the other guitars did different rifts on left and right in that wasn't metallic is first baseman basically one of the first gigs opening for saxon it was out there the as lost came to see is in brighton on the pushed to bend the denim a letter he used to do that we were like a soldier summit birmingham birmingham than at the guests from diamond had were there and he stayed on brian hatless couch when he was fifty and enfold voter had around and do you do you remember a guy like you've ever kid liked added he make himself now we had loads of paper el press guys early preska i around with us quo and you get in the boost in the girls but you don't remember a little kid called lars covered now eight in hang out with us yeah.

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"saxon" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"saxon" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Don't forget that the the first headline to dead was with accept sport in us all k and upon called uh heavy patten what herridge at yeah that was pretty much sellout tour we did the wolf failings that bid what bidies games in a rare of dale said accent assange on he also we will point out name uh in our around eight six were four eighty five eighty four five after we came off the maiden to assess which is found the gloria was at the british metal onslaught they call that yeah and that was means first arena tour was that would that broken that two thousand eight should a brokers as well but it should hop brokers who what in the wider half could we didn't do the whole to all new needed half the tour okay what did they not we did the good bit is good bet we didn't been midwestern west got would into the east coast but we're already pretty big in the east covert could do to not seek memos there enormous earlier who pretty happening there but that will be noted through the full job but at that time me in saxon in england were kind of almost at the same love air marla scherrer era it i mean i think it all that maiden saxon to his legendary people still don't demand way so you i n o long beach arena fantastic in ah as low it must have been a great show just throw resonate would you has all go out after the schoser the tang it out and donald royal is not really now with would go out with you know would would and it with some girls as usual at cook totti in some way.

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"saxon" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"saxon" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Jerry go whittier tall juror recall go all right welcome a jobs jericho is the part of thunder rocky roland today it's been a long time coming but they're here at last one of the architects one of the pioneers of the new wave of british heavy metal saxon lead singer bit bedford is year love the fact that the vizier richard section back in two thousand thirteen we had such a blast we're going gonna talk about their new record thunderbolt talk about all of the new dates that they're doing in the uk starting this friday february 23rd cardiff if you live in cardiff in wales go check out saxon and then a march thirteen they're coming to the states with judas priest this incredible bill starts in wilkesbarre pennsylvania runs to the end of april yet all tickets information saxon 747 dot com that's saxon seven four seven dot com biff bedford is here and you'll find out why it so important them to keep recording released new albums they put one out of every couple of years he's time with the making of thunderbolt his favorite songs a play live the band's first ever tour of the state's supporting rush sean the moving pictures to her a what lemme and motorhead did for saxon all throughout the bands career the great chicken debate fuzzy versus axa whereas magic and i want chicken i love chicken have you ever seen the movie spinal tap some of that was based on sacks a little bit will denied to the death great great rock and roll hero the legendary beth botsford his ear let's take it away saxon right now and talk to jericho plugged into your with with with vis differed from saxon but that's not restarted earlier.

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"saxon" Discussed on Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,

Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"saxon" Discussed on Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,

"This isn't fair they shouldn't have to go through this i wanna use my voice and my platform to help them before i started realizing like i deserve that too but that anger just kind of helped me to tap into something in myself that was like i can be a part of this even if it's not just from me and now of course i'm angry on behalf of myself to i deserve these things but in the beginning i didn't necessarily believe that i deserve dead but i absolutely saw that it wasn't fair that was happening to other people and so i could be angry at the system and the stories and the culture for them because it wasn't fair and eventually that that them included me and it became a we yes a compassion on behalf of others translated into south compassion and self south acceptance really sounds like yeah yes absolutely and i'm curious how your career sort of intertwined with all this personal journey about your body in her relationship with her body so did you see work on in a relationships and sex coaching and was that something that you were always already interested in or did that come sort of along with your body acceptance journey i have always always bend the person that my friends came to talk to you about sex and i think part of that is because my mom was a hippie in the '70s and so she had all kinds of interesting sexual experiences that she was very open about with me from a very young age and so it was normal in my experience to talk about saxon to talk about sexual escapades then and i had access to a whole bunch of my mom's medical books and so i had pictures of you know births and all kinds of stuff and i just kind of had more information and it seemed like a lot of my friends had and so i was just i was the person that people want to talk to or if they needed condoms they'd asked me to buy them 'cause i was on a shame.

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"saxon" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"saxon" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"The deal the after going oh and four in 2016 home teams went four nolan their games on wildcard weekend last year saxon seahawks steelers packers all one average margin of victory last year's wild card games nineteen points saddle the day the die down go on the continental tyres data the day all season tires and you certainly needed those tires yesterday in these conditions dry wet snowy conditions they've got a tire for you sports plus technology enhances the grip on wet roads and provides proof precise steering for maximum control visit continental tire dot com for more details update the poll results brought to you by man versus food on travel channel make levin who skipper accredited now checkup brady eighty two percent say ballot check all right we should have people come up with theme music for our patriot of the week seton so our stat of the week stat of the day a play the day i think we should have a patriot of the week if the people want to submit a theme song we'd be more than happy to give you credit and play it when we hands out of the legal age in of the pa i liked that will feral when he came in as ron burgundy goes up pam like to record the status of the day if i can't make sure go ahead.

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"saxon" Discussed on New York Magazine's Sex Lives

New York Magazine's Sex Lives

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"saxon" Discussed on New York Magazine's Sex Lives

"Enjoyable for both parties and you're right what it comes down to his compromise but as the nature of the nature of is is are you ever surprised or use have have you sorta seen at all anticipate roughly everything now i'm constantly say i'm constantly surprised and i think that that's because of my approach to saxon dating and what's your approach i definitely just follow my god into ridiculous situations are have in the past and um and i'm on an incredibly sexual person so i also like have said some crazy shut two guys in the heat of the moment where i'm like no this is a shared experience so like we're going to we're gonna stop ordered at stop your good is that what you're doing it we're gonna talk about what's what's really happening and how this can unfold see i pay for those sarobi is that you're coaching and that was before i was certified mary and i go back and get some back pay dearly i would definitely do that but one of the requirements for my sex coach training program is that we attend a sexual attitudes restructuring slash reassessment asare um there's a book coming out very soon about it but base league into a room with a bunch of people and you watch porn any talk about your feelings about what you just saw all my gosh yeah and and it's all different and uh it's you know his if simultanously that i'm like oh my god this was like the most like hard thing to do in the world and yet i am so curious yet i i think you would definitely love asare i have the they they have them around say defined one yeah leia microphone okay so i was kinda primed for my sar because when i lived in new york i went to the feminists porn show which was amazing and that was the first time it ever been in like a theater full of people watching a bunch of different porn and new in was different it was feminists born and i was like oh this is my gym you had differently able people different body types you know s inam and like.

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