35 Burst results for "Second One"

Biden to Announce 300M COVID-19 Shots Given in 150 Days

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 hr ago

Biden to Announce 300M COVID-19 Shots Given in 150 Days

"President Biden is said to mark another milestone in the pandemic fight the White House says the president will announce three hundred million vaccine shots have been administered in his first one hundred fifty days in office well beyond his earlier goals but he's in danger of failing to meet another having seventy percent of Americans at least partially vaccinated by July fourth a little more than two weeks away the CDC says about fifty two percent have received at least one dose vaccination pace has fallen sharply in recent weeks Sager mag ani Washington

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Longest Day of the Year Monday as Summer Solstice Approaches

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 hrs ago

Longest Day of the Year Monday as Summer Solstice Approaches

"NASA says summer solstice in the northern hemisphere will officially happened Sunday night it means Monday will be the longest day of the year the farther north you are in the northern hemisphere the longer the day NASA's Alex young says the earth has a tilt orbiting around the sun during its yearlong orbit some parts of the earth are facing towards the sun and summer facing away from the side NASA has several mentioned studying our son hoping to answer decades old burning questions about the inner workings of our nearest star we have purposed solar pro which is flying through the sun's atmosphere giving us up close and personal look and there is the solar orbiter which will be able to take the first images of the sun's poles as well as investigate the Haley a spear and solar wind I'm a Donahue

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CDC: Delta Variant Expected to Be Dominant in US

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 hrs ago

CDC: Delta Variant Expected to Be Dominant in US

"The CDC director is talking about the delta variant of the corona virus and what you can do to protect yourself CDC director Dr Rachelle Lenski expects the delta variant of the corona virus to become the dominant strain in the U. S. it was first seen in India and then spread to Britain where it's now the dominant strain Dr Wilensky says the delta variant is hyper transmissible what is worrisome is that it is she says the vaccines work against it so here's her advice make sure you get your second shot she says and you'll be protected against the delta variant of the corona virus Dr Wilensky was on ABC's Good Morning America I made a folly

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Special Education and Parent Communication

TCEA's Ed Tech Club Podcast

02:15 min | 4 hrs ago

Special Education and Parent Communication

"My name is nadia domestic level. And i am a reporter for a surge which is a nonprofit museum back covers how education is changing and one of the things that's changing education is how widely used knowledge I don't think i have to go too much into that. I think anyone familiar. Resume living under a rock For the past sixteen or so months As seen the role technologies had in the way educations changing but that was a forced kind of change And as we begin to move into a reopen world there are lessons. People are gonna take from this time especially when it comes to technology now earlier. This month You wrote a piece for surge. Wanna make sure title right Technology made special education errands better advocates during the pandemic interesting headline And so give us the the basics on this what What were the changes happening for parents. Who special ed students that you saw when you started ordered story well previously For ed surge back in the fall. I reported Related story on how covid nineteen was impacting students with visual impairments and the challenges that they were having accessing education band accommodation and so one of the things that are researcher. I spoke to for that story. From the c- the american foundation for the blind told me that Because students were learning from home the parents began to have a much bigger role just in their kind of day to day Learning the day to day activities that had to be there to offer support

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Press to Exit: Hong Kongs Media Arrests

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:56 min | 8 hrs ago

Press to Exit: Hong Kongs Media Arrests

"Hundreds of police officers raided the headquarters of apple daily. A pro-democracy newspaper they forced to journalists out of the newsroom seized computers and froze company. Bank accounts the paper's editor in chief ryan law was let out of his apartment in handcuffs. We arrest full mant and one woman for the old fan says two collusion with the fallen countries and external elements the media. Companies bosses were arrested for articles that allegedly threatened national security. So the answer is simple. Do your journalistic work as freely as you like. In accordance with the law provided you do not conspire all have any intention to break the hong kong law. It was the culmination of months of pressure on the newspaper is owned by the billionaire. Anti-government activists jimmy lai himself facing life in prison for his role in a series of anti-government protests in two thousand nineteen raid sent. A chill through a city already worried about dwindling press freedom. It's been one year since china imposed national security law in hong kong which has touched all aspects of society in the city. Wound is china correspondent for the economist and is based in home. One really obvious impact has been that. The law has restricted press freedom in the city especially of news outlets critical of china's communist party and as for apple daily specifically. What exactly is the paper alleged to have done. So police said that they have counted thirty articles in which the apple daily encouraged foreign countries to impose sanctions on hong kong or china and this is viewed to be in violation of the national security law from the perspective of the authorities

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Aleks Svetski on Bitcoin as Sovereign Money

The Pomp Podcast

01:45 min | 8 hrs ago

Aleks Svetski on Bitcoin as Sovereign Money

"Our guys bang bang got ox here with what's going on man. What's up man. How are you No voice left sudden hung into this Were talking shortly after a pretty big news of el salvador about a four day period went from Announcing that they were going to create. Bitcoin is legal tender with nice within el salvador or accepted as legal tender Then they basically put forward a bill. They voted on it. They passed it. It's now legal tender. The president jumps on twitter spaces. He's time all kinds of answering questions. Like super candid Seemed like a pretty open book at some point. Mining comes up. He's like oh well. We've volcano a volcanic energy. That is one hundred percent renewable hundred percent clean zero emission And basically free. Maybe we could use that for mining twenty four hours later. he's literally already drilled. The well in mike seems like he's up to the races. What the hell is going on. Now this is. I mean el salvador. Bitcoin it's like the this space moves so fast it's like two weeks ago. The pope was like we can't use bitcoin two weeks later. We've got a country putting some bitcoin. Like talk me through like from what i understood. It's they're going to so they've made it legal tender people who don't want to hold bitcoin. They can actually sell it back to the government. So the governor's gonna hold bitcoin and give them fiat. Is that right so In all salvador and again this is a over generalization. But there's basically two banks that you're going to hear about your here about the central bank right or or kind of the the state balance sheet the reserves because they technically don't have they don't have their own currency so there's a reserve assets of the government. There's this development bank that is owned by the

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In the Heights: What to Know About the Lin-Manuel Miranda Film

Latino USA

02:03 min | 8 hrs ago

In the Heights: What to Know About the Lin-Manuel Miranda Film

"In the heights is a story that has lived many lives. Puerto rican kid from washington heights lin. Manuel miranda began writing the musical in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine when he was just nineteen. He was a sophomore at wesleyan university. Miles away from the heights. The largely dominican and latino neighborhood in upper manhattan where meat under grew up but it was in his dorm room in rural connecticut. Redonda began to look around him and think about home. Subban washington heights up at the break day awake up and i got this little punk. Gotta chase away. Pop the great. Get the crack of dawn sing. While i wiped down awning young of morning in the heights tells the story of three days in the life of a community in washington heights through the eyes of youth. Nabi who owns about vega at the heart of the neighborhood. We learn about the hopes and dreams of the many people whose lives intersect on this one block during these three days and of course the music is everything from salsa to hip hop nine six thousand people taking us to the streets of washington heights in two thousand and eight in the heights. Made it to broadway going onto win. Four tonys including best musical. I use to dream about this moment. Now tell the conducted a whole ton a minute. Thank the casting crew back son. I don't know about god. But i believe in chris jackson and while there was already talk about making in the heights into a movie back in two thousand and eight. It would be a long journey before the story made it to the big screen.

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Don't Use This Mindset in Big Moments

Poker With Presence

02:59 min | 9 hrs ago

Don't Use This Mindset in Big Moments

"So i was on a group call this week and this really great topic came up and i wanted to share. What came up in the discussion. Because i think it's a really valuable thing to be aware of especially in poker and what makes poker unique is that there are a handful of experiences that most players are going to have in their poker lifetime. That just aren't like the rest whether it's being a big final table or playing a enormous enormous cash game pot. That is only going to come up a couple times in your life when you're extraordinarily deep against a very special kind of opponent or if you are playing on a stream for the first time in your life and all your friends and family are going to be watching at home and you just feel as different level of energy right. There's going to be a handful of experiences that you have in poker that just stand out from the rest and so one of the things that people like to say. That really does not serve you at all. When you're entering into these situations is this act like you've been there before right. How many times have you heard. Somebody say like you've been there before so that other people can't pick up on the fact that you're nervous and this is terrible advice and the reason why it's really bad for you is because it encourages you to not have experience that you're actually happening. Which quite often is one. You are very excited and to. You are also very scared. And so for the people who say you've been there before they want you to just focus on the part where i'm excited. I wanna really just enjoy being excited. But i want to completely ignore being scared because not productive. That's not going to help. But what's actually true is that it's the actual act of pretending that you are not scared of packing away of not facing that head on that is creating the tension inside you. That's going to cause you to punt. That's going to cause you to tilt. That's going to cause you to play too fast or play to slow or get stuck in a spot that you really regret later. The reason why you slip into that is because you slipped out of presence and the moment you slip out of presence is the moment when you deny yourself the truth of. I feel this and i feel this. I am excited. And i'm scared so if you want to really maximize those situations those big moments. That aren't going to come around very often in your poker lifetime. What you really need to do is go towards the entire experience that you're having on an emotional level on a psychological level on a body nervous system level and really let yourself acknowledge

Friday 18 JuneFrance's Regional Election Campaigns Hijacked by 'Toxic' National Politics

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:31 min | 11 hrs ago

Friday 18 JuneFrance's Regional Election Campaigns Hijacked by 'Toxic' National Politics

"Could prevalence the location for france's far-right campaign for the presidency to take flight although that vote doesn't take place until next year there's a good chance that this weekend marine le pen's asam limo nacional. The rn potty could for the first time capture one francis thirteen regions or find to find out more about the elections. In how france's current political landscape plays into it. I'm joined this morning by philip. Lemonier his professor of european politics at university college london. The journalist author poiret is in paris on the political researcher. Mary fitzgerald is in. Must say good morning to you. Welcome or name. Let me became with you philip. Could you just explain what exactly is happening this weekend. It's eighteen regional. Presidencies are at stake. Only yes absolutely eighteen. Regional authorities. thirteen of them are in mainland france and five of the seed the previous election soup place in in two thousand fifteen so that that's election should have taken place a year ago because of the pandemic that was delayed so of course. That's not a national test so to speak you know it doesn't affect you like a snapshot of what we might get while we're going to get next year. The presidential election still. of course. it's it's an important election. It's the last election before the main election year time and Of course we'll see at least the strength of each of the main parties in france

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Ukrainian Police Arrest Multiple Clop Ransomware Gang Suspects

Cyber Security Headlines

01:45 min | 11 hrs ago

Ukrainian Police Arrest Multiple Clop Ransomware Gang Suspects

"And south korean police raids color klopp ransomware gang suspects. Six alleged members of the notorious klopp ransomware gang were arrested in raids carried out by ukrainian and south korean law enforcement who seized cash cars in several computers. The gang is known for targeting high profile companies including the widely publicized hack into defense contractor bombarded where klopp was able to obtain blueprints for military jet radar equipment claps resume also includes reportedly swiping details related to two million credit cards from south korean retailer. Eland and an attempt earlier this year extort infosec firm qualis trend micro recently noted that of the most notorious ransomware gangs klopp led the way with five terabytes of stolen data published online over one billion records belonging to cvs health exposed online on thursday website planet in conjunction with researcher jeremiah. Fowler revealed that an online database belonging to cvs health had no form of authentication in place to prevent unauthorized entry. The database exposed more than one billion records including. Cvs website visitor id's session id's search details in email addresses and yet another example of miskin figured cloud services impacting security. The researchers noted that these details could prove useful to hackers wanting to craft targeted phishing attacks as well as competitors who may be interested in. Cvs system search query data website planet privately disclosed the issue to cvs health who confirmed the database belonged to them and was managed by an unnamed vendor on their behalf. Public access was restricted shortly. Following the disclosure

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Kim Kardashian Said She Was Almost a "Runaway Bride" When She Got Married to Kris Humphries

Nightly Pop

01:46 min | 15 hrs ago

Kim Kardashian Said She Was Almost a "Runaway Bride" When She Got Married to Kris Humphries

"Cans of finally talking about her seventy two day marriage to kris. Humphries the kardashian reunion air to right before us and this is the moment fans are obsessed with who thought the marriage to chris was going to last night said listen. If you really don't want to do this. I don't think you should do it. Want to get out of it go. I'm gonna put you in a car. No one will find you. Just leave and all of it. Wow and i thought okay get outta here. Everyone you know. We're filming this for a tv. Show if i leave. I'm going to be known as the runaway bride forever and it's going to be a huge joke and i think just cold feet. Would you say you'd partially went through with the wedding because of the show. Yes wow all right if it was you guys. You were kim kardashian. You had all of this writing on you. would you have gone through with it. Ooh that's a good question. If there was kim kardashian. sure. I liked that. We found out. That kris humphries was one car. Right away from kris jenner. Murdering him doesn't accept. We sound like the mafia like we got a car outside somebody. You no one's going to find him. I mean it's that situation though where you cannot see situation in it totally. Have you know you have those situations with your friends. And you're like how can they not see it and then you get in the same. And they're like trying to tell you something about this person so we all saw with crew. We know chris wasn't up to now. He wanted level of the car. He just wasn't about that like even the photos that you solve them. Prior to the wedding. You're like these people don't really have a connection. She looked miserable in every photograph. But to your point the pressure that she had on her to kind of go through with that. I understand why she didn't. I probably would have done it to only one of us

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Citgo to Pay $19.7M for Louisiana Spill Environmental Damage

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 16 hrs ago

Citgo to Pay $19.7M for Louisiana Spill Environmental Damage

"Sixto petroleum's agreed to pay nearly twenty million dollars after a spill in two thousand six at a Louisiana refinery the justice department announced the nineteen point seven million dollar settlement which will go for environmental restoration projects around the Lake Charles refinery waste water treatment facility that's where two point two million gallons spilled into thousand six polluting some one hundred fifty miles of shoreline killing birds and fish contaminating their habitats and disrupting shipping and recreation use of a nearby river and lakes the payment is in addition to ninety seven million dollars already ordered in penalties and fines after six goes wastewater tanks overflowed during the storm I'm Jackie Quinn

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Everything We Learned About the Bitcoin Mining Council

The Breakdown with NLW

01:51 min | 17 hrs ago

Everything We Learned About the Bitcoin Mining Council

"In december elon musk. Michael sailor started tweeting back and forth a bit. Bitcoin were already in the modality of companies. Adding bitcoin to their treasury and sailor had already emerged as one of the top evangelists. Of course this got tongues wagging at the end of january. Ilan changed his profile to read bitcoin and tweeted. In retrospect it was inevitable in february tesla announced that it had purchased one point five billion dollars in bitcoin and that it would start to accept bitcoin for payment for vehicles. Bitcoin cheer and our bags. Rejoice as we're rocketed up the next leg of the bull run but it wouldn't be a good story without a dramatic arc. Now would it almost immediately. We saw the downsides of ilan's involvement to go right along with the upside of price. Those downsides included one the alignment with an unpredictable twitter user. More likely to show those than to do. Anything that bolstered bitcoin and to the scorn and condemnation of the legions out there who dislike elon that second category includes many who profess to care about the environment who basically view tesla or ilan himself as a great green washer. In retrospect it's pretty clear that tesla's involvement did more to ratchet up a focus on bitcoin's footprint than to alleviate concerns about it by the end of april a new concern tesla had sold ten percent of its. Bitcoin alon profess that it was only to demonstrate the liquidity of the asset to stakeholders. But it was still jarring by a month later things had gone really sour alon announced that tesla was pausing sales of bitcoin due to environmental concerns w. f. the collective cry rang out. Do this guy seriously. Just learn about the environmental footprint of bitcoin. of course not what's far more likely and commonly accepted. Is that behind the scenes. There were serious pressures pushing tesla any lana on the bitcoin. Question for example. Es focused etf that list tesla who because of bitcoin

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Bring Order to the Chaos of Your Unstructured Data Assets

Data Engineering Podcast

01:28 min | 17 hrs ago

Bring Order to the Chaos of Your Unstructured Data Assets

"So kirk can you start by. Introducing yourself kirk marbled. Ceo of unstructured data longtime engineer in the space for a long time with Starting several companies andy member. Hey i got involved in the area of data management yet. It's really even back to my first job. I call jobs out of college. I ended up dealing with file for libraries. Tiff image libraries. And things like that. So you've really got an early start in an area of what's now i mean we can sit around structure data and so before we get too much into what you're building unstrung. I'm wondering if you can just give a description about what you classify as unstructured data and some of the types of industries or use cases are going to rely heavily on those particular data formats for sure so all my career. I've kind of been in. Really the media management space you could say as generic term more in the media entertainment world for a number of years and now the last few years we've been seeing the applications what we consider unstructured data to be for industries. And so i could find it really as anything. That is a file based format so i- images video three d geometry. Even documents anything. That is the opposite of your typical tabular. Kind of database formats. So we really see it as a broad term. It always is captured as a file. We always have metadata that is inside the data that we can tactical meditated. We can extract and then we managing file based workflow

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Why Jon Van Fleet Thrives in Poker Where Others Fail

The Mindset Advantage Poker Podcast

01:59 min | 21 hrs ago

Why Jon Van Fleet Thrives in Poker Where Others Fail

"This week's guest is john abe stalls vanfleet even one of the game's perennial crushes. He continues to grow and evolve in the game he recently started streaming on twitch and nearly instantly became one of the top stream as in poker. John's always good for some highly actionable wisdom so with that being said let's jump brighton. Joan welcome to the show. Happy to be here. And i wanted to have you back on the show. I'm so much is happening with twitch and with icr just your general success in the pike well we jump into all of that. I'd like to bring up. You know you've been in the poker world for a very long time in the nicest possible way you know. What do you think is allowed to be successful from that stage through still playing the begins now still having success now when no most everyone from the area's arison have moved out of the poco weld. What do you think the difference was. And what set. Jenny bean link. You know there's been a lot of ups and downs in poker in. I've i've fallen in pretty much every that that you can fall into when people ask me why survived when other people. Haven't i think it comes with a lot of things. I think it comes from the fact that i learned in the very beginning to put a system to the game to treat it like a business and to approach studying with a certain kind of intensity and i think that that ability to treat the game like a business is what helped me in the beginning but a lot of people did that right. I think what else helped me was. Just that like men. I like it the the pastor you know. I think that that's another thing i think. I just have a certain kind of stubbornness in increasing this Maybe i know if it's craziness exactly. But i do think to play at the highest stakes. Like i do that. You have to be of a certain kind of temperament

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The Justice Department Sues to Block a Major Insurance Merger

WSJ What's News

01:06 min | 1 d ago

The Justice Department Sues to Block a Major Insurance Merger

"The justice department is suing to block insurance broker. Aon proposed thirty. Five billion dollar. Acquisition of rival willis towers watson. The lawsuit follows a more than year-long investigation by the doj. It marks the first major antitrust action during the biden administration. The journalist brett kendall has more what the justice department said in its lawsuit is that look there are really three global brokers with this kind of size and scale that can serve large customers large employers and that this merger would basically take that down to two and that that's an unacceptable reduction in competition. I mean it. Said a on and willis have been direct competitors variety of us insurance product markets and that in limiting that competition will lead to higher prices and less innovation and to just all around less service for consumers in a joint statement. The company said they disagreed with the government's lawsuit saying that reflects a lack of understanding of their business and the marketplace in which they operate

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CDC Has Declared Coronavirus Delta Variant a 'Variant of Concern'

News, Traffic and Weather

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

CDC Has Declared Coronavirus Delta Variant a 'Variant of Concern'

"Its reopening Tuesday night with a series of fireworks displays throughout the state. A B C's Andrew Dim Bert has more the celebrations come even as health officials warn about a new variant of the coronavirus spreading in the U. S. The CDC now officially declaring the Delta variant first seen in India, a variant of concern. It's more contagious, but the vaccines do appear to be effective against it. Still, doctors say it's important to monitor how the variant spreads among Children under 12, who are not yet eligible for the vaccine. A clinical trial looking for a treatment for Covid 19

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What Failing Technical Interviews Can Teach You With Farhana Mustafa

CodeNewbie

01:53 min | 4 d ago

What Failing Technical Interviews Can Teach You With Farhana Mustafa

"Thanks for having me so from you pretty recently. Wrote a really really great deaf piece called what i learned from failing technical interviews and i think the idea of technical interviews is just really scary for those of us who are new to coating. So i'm really excited to dig into all of this before we do that. Please tell me about your coating journey. How'd you get into this so my first programming experience started in twelfth grade where my school offered. Ap's pure science. I was fortunate enough to actually attend a school that offered a computer science courses or any. Ap courses at all a lot of high schools back then didn't offer these courses so the class structure was a little strange. Ninety percent of your raid was attendance so naturally students just didn't care your showed up and played on the computer so there was a handful of students including myself that focused on passing the exam and i was so infatuated with computer science that i declared it as my major when i accepted my university offer and basically the exam was coming slowly and i spent all my lunches studying and i even spent my time after school to study. Ask questions to my teacher. And i take the exam and i had to wait like a month to get my grade back so degrade structure was one being the lowest five being highest if you pass and i get my grade and i saw a big fat one on his else so i was devastated and i was just thinking like how am i going to major in. This didn't know what to

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"second one" Discussed on The Keith Blakemore-Noble Radio Show

The Keith Blakemore-Noble Radio Show

05:14 min | 2 months ago

"second one" Discussed on The Keith Blakemore-Noble Radio Show

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"second one" Discussed on The Keith Blakemore-Noble Radio Show

The Keith Blakemore-Noble Radio Show

07:55 min | 2 months ago

"second one" Discussed on The Keith Blakemore-Noble Radio Show

"Boy it could be could be bake buffets by the amazon. I combine the kids. The reads contentious inflammation for unda fifty down. Now once you got information. Don't get me wrong is coded is hidden. You're it's not just his sixteen digit number his yet indict in his three. It's not easy for these guys than plug that all of the information you walk around the shopping center and you get a few hundred people in one hit by then plug intellect compute. Sa's the tries to decipher each of the cards now. To tell you how quickly they can do that. I just gave you an example of one called the have. It's a contactless card. But it's not credit. You have to load cash onto it for it to be used so i purposely never have any gantcho by do get if somebody tries to spend money on so i literally on my way home from doing a gig in london whoops through market though i use in london because i sell some good quality kit lawyers for stairs into lynnwood lou. When i got on the station the credit card company was calling me saying we think we need. Send your code. Wow was it was. It was less than a fifteen minute. Walk in somebody tried to spend four thousand bounds on that code way did offensively. They did it sensibly so they tried to grand. I literally thousand five hundred and they get nope written down. The amount hopefully funding my credit limit and wanting to spend whatever is available. But they didn't know that what was available with zero might but that zero as well. But that's that's not through designed next on bo toys. Actually the pats the want the hassle eight bow ties a cool. I completely agree. Some big on that comes from to each off of people listening to be going. I get that reference. Just like captain america. The will be going. What are you know. Mind snow toys. Alright so does that mean that we should. We should sell out all of our contactless cards. Because now they're more leaky than cash. No bryant so If you worried about contact list kick you can get. This is going to look him plug now but i promise we didn't this so on my soy. You combine rfid protect god that looks really snazzy with the company nine mental theft and one of my sponsors on the back of the heiress for the t. Wallet if you put on the outside and feel credit cards glocks machine being able to read your guts if you go onto amazon or ebay or something like that you can nail boy phone cases that you can make a phone into and it doubles up as a boy and it's got the are afforded protection in the hillside of the case so nobody can read any of the codes. That are inside funchiess. If you're if you're go or a guy that likes lots of different fashion seriously just haven't looked on amazon a different volatile different purses the rfid protection Than so much choice now. It's britain won't bothers me is whenever i gone to talk about security law sites people right hands up if you use contactless credit cards or debit cards. Every hand goes up burly. How many of us are finding production. No late it's about five percent. Yeah yeah and it's so funny when you save renault's put down and was horrified eight protection it's all my world of still got a lot of work to do to simplest have in that even if you've a favourite wallet yordi like you don't have to wanna go onto ebay fund a one with a pre piccione you like. I don't mind but yet get leaves things that stick out in your wallet. And it's going to protect all the concept in the wall bruins easy but because people don't know who they are using it. Yeah and that's i guess that's an important thing to realize with so many of these scams yes we can be vulnerable to to. All manner of scams. Bought is incredibly easy to protect ourselves against them. Yeah which jet which is some you go into a lot in in your book mental theft. You've you've got countless examples of of scans and we might dip into a couple of quick quick nice ones countless examples of scams. And you tell us how we can. We can protect ourselves against things again. This is in some of the simplest ones all Okay so i've just said to you the daily we're getting mouth. Actually scams of some so echoed fishing. That just trying to get your information off of here. Here's the one rule for only mouse. Don't click the link. Whatever is whatever email is sent you a link you do not have to click it k- even if it's named Expecting from your bank. They wouldn't put lincoln there anyway. Thanks again quite good of this now. Unfortunately places like hey. Mossy still don't understand this put links in but one saying is closed down the email going to whatever the account is a way that you know and trust so if you've got a bank account and it says please click this otherwise your accounts going to be destroyed forever. A new computer will blow up in twenty seconds. Whatever life said close down the email. Gotcha banks web soy and check your account. Don't use the link. They are really good at making fake websites. That look real but then not what they're actually doing is saying. Could you pick your username here. And you'll password here so that we hit your username and password. If they're really clever if you do it once they will then redirect you to the real bob site where you then sign and ugo I must have hit a digit owned you sign improperly the scammers. Now go your contact data. They've got your username and your password. They've put you out into the real web so i you going today. He checked and everything's okay now. Realistically some scammers doing that to hundreds of thousands of people on a weekly basis over they need is a few of you to give the information and they aren't very good living from it so yeah emails. Don't click the link and just go through your your trusted way to get into your your candidate trusted when we will now have apps on their phones. What most of us do okay with a dozen but most of and most we can just got a little lumpen. The app already trust though have been using for years latin ever. If everyone did the hat would some of the scams that goes goes back to what we said a few minutes a few minutes ago. Yes there are so many scams where the people are attempting to scowl some daily basis. Bought.

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"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

06:36 min | 2 months ago

"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"The hamra. Leaning down to whisper comments as each person arrives delivering offerings pledges of filty from each new arrival ranging from other nobles to a variety of other races. Those who call who syrian home. Now hamra nods as a woman makes her way forward bows deeply to him. This is on macau. Her family are respected particularly in the south it would do well to allies selves with them. The southern states have been uneasy recently. The woman girl may be in her late teens about the same age. That hawk himself is steps forward and bows deeply. My lord hawke tim. My pharaoh in god king. The people of the streets rejoice at your appointment architect up nods one foot placed up on his knee as he leans back in his throne. Your words are accepted. There's a slight tapping of his hand. Reminiscence of your own time. Spit somewhat impatiently at gatherings or religious practices where you could be training as opposed to just standing about as the priests or priestesses go about their business that impatience of youth of which are of course still in boy my family have long served at the behest of the throne and i would pledge myself to you in service or marriage if you prefer me. Looks down curiously. No thank you. Service service will suffice. The woman nods doesn't seem to too much offense to it turns and begins to make her way over back towards her own people. Now hamra leans down. You cannot continue to reject every proposal my lord. of course i can I am pharaoh. The older man nods. You are correct in that. Another group of figures approach. These are the winners of the contests the greatest warriors who fought to see who may serve at your behest coal hawk atop nods as these figures approach standing to his feet. Do out seki. He gestures ford as a priestess upset steps forward and bowels hawk ofra a sturdy dwarf warriors steps forward and bows deeply at the waist if hen capri another figure steps forward smiles and bows deeply nip to hardaway a powerful looking woman bearing the facial tattoos of the desert people steps forward and bowels sifford henman a man steps forward archer judging by the bow strapped to his bag and tooth never sent a man bedecked in robes carrying a thick thome at his side steps. Forward and bows. You have all proven yourselves capable warriors and my time. I do not feel will always be a peaceful time. Will you serve me. They all we will serve. You are ferro and this life and every life to come. They speak in unison. You shall be my my royal guard protecting me in this life and all the lives to come. They each bow and then step aside. The next figure to arrive is one that suited you immediately recognize. Oh hawk taps older brother who a woman comes up alongside him. You're not positive. Although judging by the fact that they stand abreast. You're going to guess of same station. So you suppose his life. You're not positive the amount of time that has passed between your last vision and this. The brother seems to carry a cool smile on his face. This calm collected demeanor that seems to be grossly different from the rage that you had seen when last you saw him and if i remember he was sent south to marry somebody for like a political alliance right yes a woman named Committtee saputra so this could actually. He's phatra the woman next to him. Looks to be probably either. In the second or early third trimester pregnancy the man bals the woman. Inclines her head. Although of course being pregnant is somewhat difficult about dear brother architect stands up and descends down the six steps smiling and extending his arms as he embraces his brother. The man smiles as well. Though none of it reaches his is the older brother. Looks down my pharaoh. Hawk attemp it is a pleasure to see you again and deal. Huckstep seems to consider this for a moment before sending back up the steps holding up a hand to quiet down. The crowds heavy is the burden of the pharaoh and few are those the pharaoh can trust he gestures down. His brother is one. I can trust above all others brother. I would offer you to control our southern borders and unite them to bring peace back to our southern lands. There's a murmur that goes up through the crowd. This deep furrow crosses hamas brow one part disapproval one part surprise at possibly not being consulted on this he ad. That's a big ask okay. The ted's is dark for a second as if contemplating you wish to send me back to the south architects smiles. Yes brother it's an honor. I'm still on you. It's a get out of my hair. And i don't have to worry about you at court on if i'm lucky might actually even die. Can't have those political rivals who have claimed the throne nearby as you wish brother. My wife also has a request of the thrown. A murmur goes up through the crowd as well as the woman steps ford inclines. Her head my phero. I have always been a loyal servant of syrian architects. Smile fades as he sits down. Yes you are married to blood of the pharaoh and you carry the pharaohs you. Yes which is why i have overlooked your family's treason. What cheat nods my family. He holds up a hand..

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"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

07:25 min | 2 months ago

"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"Us it to stairs between the two of you. I do the like you. Put your hands out like i'm going to pick you up. You want to be picked up in little kids usually put their arms up that thing. That's what i'm doing only pick you up. Don't mutiple half diplomacy deny aid to ten meddling for a twenty five. I age you for show. So twenty seven twenty seven. Yeah you make your way up towards it can extend your arms out Also i guess both of us intriguing another make sure i am feeling sleepy. Let's see that is a four fourteen seventeen for her twenty six good so i mean both of you make your way for you. Both phil little drowsy as you reach out your arms. She reaches her arms back up into the air. Anne little be wings. Begin to buzz a little bit. Which makes you feel more drowsy as there's this soft ruining sound in the background i pick up the baby s noticing narrow sudi will walk over back and searched the rest of that statute of see. If there's anything like. I don't know a toy or something that she's looking for. No real quick. Let me take care of masika. Actually so let me go and take care of both and go and give you the the gear that you find off these bodies sweet searching the bodies you find the following masika. What do you get taking turn on a spoke at twenty six twenty six art so searching them you find the following on the cultists of a rush google. You find a total in here of six mess work seminars curiosities you go sleep the bodies in the hallway outside now. We didn't have time okay. That's right you're just like we'll come back for l. assume that He goes out and collects by good as soon return on the elect. All of them. Because this is a dead end anyway so here. I'll give you all of those also tonight. They're all geared the same. They're all geared the exact same. So you find. That's believe that seven of them in total so you find fourteen s work seminars k. Start your own cemetery emporium senatorial you find seven unholy symbols of rush google. Don't care about those in the trash. Searching usa rip you find potions of cure serious wounds drinking those two plus one sickles. One million people symbol act weird. But what does that. A malleable holy symbol is undistinguishable metal. Lump that has no powers in its default state by concentrating on it for one minute. A creature worship the deity may transform it to the mess work. Holy symbol of that deity whenever this holy symbol is used as a focus for channeled energy as a free action. The bear can alter the channel the energy of bet for one of the following options. You can make a ten foot centered anywhere within thirty feet a sixty foot line or thirty foot cone. Pretty nifty takes up no slot. What masika we'll take that since she's the only one that can channel. Yeah that'd be helpful thousand gold cow. Maybe i won't. We'll see how much we have wear for. Maybe not do. That offer nashville. Foote cone of channel is pretty cool or sixty six hundred channel. I really okay. He also has a ring protection. Plus two two hundred and fifty gold worth of crush jade and fifty gold worth of diamond us. Anybody want that ring of production plus already have one see what got got a plus three. So i'm good taken that lou thirty class. That's right because you puerto of your money into upgrading. Your weapons this lesson so to potions of cure serious wounds you say to potions of cure serious so i'm gonna go ahead and drink that immediately. Alright pause for hillary if you so wish to search the room There are no toys or anything like that for the The fbi baby. Although there is a blanket in the pile of pillows that she reaches out for whenever has kinda around taking her. About hollis scherzer blanket and i'll detect magic and kind of look around detecting magic. That only takes one hand clinton deity do the three follow high lacks straw alkalies. Jerem makes a lot of sense. I'm gonna pull off my holy symbol of cholesterol and kind of dangle it and see if she recognizes it at all she reaches out for it she just wants everything she young enough to swallow this choke. Big is it. I don't know that big does it has a negligible weight. So it's a decent size. I'd say it's probably a good two or three inches across well now you offered it to her. I don't think rick is going to let us accidentally negligent on this show. Very bad. keep an eye on their. Don't let their swallow it but this way she's got something to hold onto all right certain to the mouth that's fine if it doesn't fit into her like as long as she can chew on it she she cannot. She does not have like larvae mandible that she can't she's fine. It's like pinky attack or anything like that. I imagine hall is probably wraps in the blanket. Taking care to make sure to the stinger portion of her so she doesn't sing. You gets done so now. What do we do you. There's magic in the pillows. There's magic in this bit of pillows. I get into the pit carefully and look around a hand off the baby. I have one hand on the baby. One hand digging around searching the pit of pillows play with the the pillows. It's like a fun time I i can take the baby so you have both hands. Not gotta she fun. I lack architect a baby size. Assure i could she to ride on my shoulders. I could be her. I feel like this is an elf. They don't see a lot of babies they don't hang out with these very often. He's probably like. Oh my god baby wild cowboy hat off top kid search around with one hand like a mom you know you got like seven other things going on baby on one hip chicken on the on my shoulder. If any if she's not her little pouch searching the pillow pit you find the following What are you taking at thirty two. You find a fine dark wood. One thread with silver one. This is a one of vision of hell why it sounds terrible. It's an illusion spell. You overly realistic. Illusion of terrifying hellscape upon an area structures queant and the creatures with the area are not hidden though the environmental features. Do take on an inferno appearance while you're Prepared for these images and are not affected by them. Other creature within the area must make a will save become shaken and also take penalty on saves versus fear affects the fear and penalty persists as long as the creature remains in the area. How many charges devils in any lawful evil creatures are suffered no negative effects from the spell devils there it will affect all of us except the cast. Just saying it would be hilarious..

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"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

06:42 min | 2 months ago

"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"Irela seventeen which gets me a forty five forty five will definitely succeed though as good as his comedy or defenses. It has not forty-six good he can suck it. Nineteen thirty seven to hit him. Thirty seven will strike your target. I believe threat role to confirm a critic. Fifteen probably wanted to thirty three to confirm was going to say. You probably want to confirm considering a. I don't know if masika can survive potentially five sneak attacks that will confirm your critical hit them. Okay will kill him louis him. That's the question. I could definitely see what was going for their with a trying to blind them as citra dives forward rolls into the flanks springs. Backup blade crackling with electricity issue. Plunges it into ribs. Now exposed rib. I'm forty four points of regular damage in two points of electricity. Damage your blade slices up and in skewering through the side of his long as you wrench it free. He sputters up blood and false. Why you don't your people you tell him as he lays bleeding out on the ground she's gonna look up at the u2 or would you rather make amends for all this. She lets out a roar of rage now spinning her blades and diving for towards Masika is the closest as she starts to slice her way towards citra. Do literally in the way. You are literally sleigh. Living on disintegrate during the love steps forward spins her blades and swings. I swings twenty-five out follows that with a thirty three twenty eight to confirm nope fails to confirm still strikes home for twelve points of damage home. Now that's That's like a sixteen. That's not going to hit. That is however a thirty one were swing. That's a threat over. That's only nineteen to confirm man. These guys for eleven more points of damage. The blade slices back around fifth swing. That's one of course. I come to killing you heather i'm at eighteen. You seem awfully cavalier for being so close to death own healing magic. And she's the only one still up at everybody else's turns are after this. I'm not teleport's into the room. Art i in my throw something at you. I mean there's somewhere i'm just saying. The battle is not at such a point right. Now that i'm like oh god there's seven more enemies you know what that's called desk called jinxing. You really need to like literacy. We have seen this happen to suit. How many times sure brings us to lady safaniah get them lady who charges flying over the difficult terrain as she collided before spinning her long sword and diving to the attack against the remaining cultists twenty eight will hit stabbing home for thirteen points of damage. She launches herself against next. Cultist still stands from supernova. We go to kandahar cursed the size of this room. I can't get to her without double moving. So i'm going to have to go around the pit of the pillow of difficul illegally arranged pillows. It's like at asi when you got to swing on the rope and land in the big styrofoam pit in gymnastics. Place okay. I was like i've never heard of it. Yeah really places that have like. I know places like that. I just was like gymnastics is just a pretty commonplace gymnastics in texas so international. I went there. I'm going to double move. Get behind safaniah and a provide the flight to masika. I suppose say that or you could go comfort the me baby mayor still occultist up. I was gonna say they're still danger here. We'll we'll comfort. Bb after you can come around the mid next week s she could have booked. You now worried about that right now. It sounds like there's going to be pooping herself. I from sudi all stuck with is no longer inclined to use her disintegrate on that cultists fair hollis is going to double move over here up next to citra. I'm going to start digging in her bag soon. But i had to move odor over there so i remember. I have a handy haversack so well. Yeah but i moved to get over there. I know but it's not like it'll it'll come to you. I just like to pillage and your bible the time for once my little pack horse. She's your mount. I'm taller than there. Alright it could get the baby next. Turn that we'll see where we're at feel a little bad that we just came in here in like murdered these volk in front of the. What is the baby doing by the way. Probably heidi by the leg watching some curiosity okay. This baby seen some stuff already like has everybody take a millisecond to acknowledge the fact that this has seen some stuff so we so we should just add to the trauma. Here's what we do. Take the baby. We sleep in the teleportation room. We'd tell the baby back to the be babies house we rest with the bees and then we tell back rested. We can't back into that room. Somebody has to be on the outside rod. that's true. yeah. Hopefully no one comes and takes. I'll prepare to teleport's just in case howdy.

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"second one" Discussed on Midlife Mastery

Midlife Mastery

02:43 min | 5 months ago

"second one" Discussed on Midlife Mastery

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"second one" Discussed on Midlife Mastery

Midlife Mastery

03:43 min | 5 months ago

"second one" Discussed on Midlife Mastery

"Is the idea of second. I try and i love. Love love this idea and i came across it so i i mentioned. I love mountain biking and so came across a youtube channel called six series sick as dude. That was so sick six series. And it's a couple of mountain bikers in austria. So if you don't speak german you gotta watch it with english subtitles on but anyway a lot of the series was just them doing tricks and stunts and pushing each other and they had this concept that i love in the called second. I try as in when it doesn't work out the first time you say i need a second i try. And it's kind of silly phrase. I mean when i was a kid we would have just called. I need a do over but on love second. I try even more. Because i don't know and i don't know how that started. I don't know if they're the only ones who do that. Or if that's common in austria. What but the idea of what. It's still i try. I'm not gonna get hung up on perfection. I'm gonna do it on the first try. But i'm going to need a second. I try to make this happen. And there is such freedom and such permission in that because a lot of us get bogged down in the perfectionism of how do hundred percent right the first time you know it's not worth doing it. It's not worth it. I used to be stuck there. I am what my dad referred to as a reformed perfectionist and every year get a little better and let go of this a little bit more but you know. There was a time in my life where i believed me. You've heard the expression if it's not worth doing right it's not worth doing in my mind. There was a little twist on that. And that is if it's if i can't do it perfectly. I'm not going to do it at all. Which is of course ridiculous and silly because there's no way to learn. There's no way to grow. If you're trapped in the box of having to do things perfectly the first time and a lot of times we become adult become older. You know his kids you just play you do it over and over and over again you know. The the example often given is no child gives up learning to walk after the first time they fall down right you just keep going and you learn and same thing all growing up and we'll get to adulthood. We have this pressure this expectation we place on ourselves where we don't wanna look silly. We don't wanna look ridiculous and we wanna just young get it right the first time because that's what happens in the movies that's what we've grown up with. That's what we spend our whole life learning and watching that we just to be a natural added and yes. It's all nonsense. I love the freedom that comes with this idea of second. I try you know i can keep that idea. I try in my head. And i give my self permission to do it and you know it would probably be easy to dismiss that as an some sort of ego trip like. Oh i got it on the first try you know is the second one but is the first try except one of the people on the show.

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"second one" Discussed on Midlife Mastery

Midlife Mastery

03:18 min | 5 months ago

"second one" Discussed on Midlife Mastery

"And i am just thrilled with response. That this podcast. This show is getting big. Shout out to the folks in in france italy and the uk. That is the second. Those three are tied for the second. Most downloaded country outside of the united states and right behind them are indian. Australian israel Few folks in south africa so anyway Very very to have you along as we explore this midlife thing like how. How do we do it. There's just not that much instruction on what it could look like. I mean there's a lot out there on what people think. It should look like. But i'm not really into should i want to figure out. Could somehow i wanna go bigger go better. I don't feel like i've hit my prime yet. I feel like. I'm still still growing still learning still climbing and that excites me and i want to bring all that energy and figure out how to channel it into midlife and so if you've been listening along with me and if you haven't i'd recommend you go check out these episodes so we had bill court right. A phenomenal phenomenal person. Human and he was talking about stress. Mastery that's something. He has become an expert in over the past like three decades. Maybe even a a little bit more and also had yeah just talking talking about how old is too old. Because i found myself confronted with us thought that i'm getting too old for that and then i realized that that's nonsense. It's all. I'm only two old i if i define it as too old and so that was really just me kinda. Get my head around choosing to not be too old to do something that i absolutely love to do. Which in my case it was mountain biking but for you and shirt something else like. How do you re touch that. Passion that thing that you love to do. And maybe have stepped away from anna. The last episode was with jay coons and jay is well. Jay is not in the business of helping anyone do mid life better so like with bill court right. I mean that's his focus of helping people elevate their lives get past stress really master it and take themselves to the next level. I love the episode with jay for the contrast. Because that's not his day job he is just on a mission himself to make his life extraordinary answer. We got to hear a little bit about what he does and how he gets very very intentional about things where he chooses to focus and where he chooses to spend his time and so great episodes have more coming up. Job stamp will be on next And got more in the wings coming so please at listening. Share them with your friends. Share them with everyone else that you know who is trying to figure out this midlife thing too. Because the reason i started this show is. I realized there's not much instruction out there for those of us who reaches point alive. We've probably gone through some big changes like our kids may be grown if we have kids maybe facing the empty nest we're at a different stage in our lives in our careers and our relationships and there's just not that much out there on where do we go now. How do we do this thing. Called life now and so. I wanted to talk about today and this'll.

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"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

07:37 min | 7 months ago

"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"Highlight and manipulated them. No she turns and looks back. I did what had to be done. My duty can't be fulfilled. If they're all dead. I i went to their deaths. Some escaped some fled. And now there's an eye of raw left. She shudders again. There is no way out it sounds to me like the eye of raw is the one that determines what your duty was and if they say it's done done can we at least thri that tro try to fulfill your duty. I know this. This doesn't really have anything to do with helping for you. But i have a question what what happened to. The the trap is a heater in that. Contain something evil. Who took it the man man who promised her. Maybe it was the other man pathfinder. I don't know which hollis glances at cetera. So so you're saying that there's a stone with some evil entity in it just somewhere in in syrian that we can only deal with one evil pharaoh at a time wanted to time. Okay all right. So let's do something. We can test the theory. That if an ira raja's tells you your duty is complete. You are free to go that it will release you but we need you not to immediately let up a self rage out and try to murder him before he can try the others saw the mean one understand you have a bit of a temper I mean do. They have have to be in the same room. Can we just have him do it. Sudi probably we'll have to directly. Tell her worth a try during media for all. Look so for correct. Her features soften cannot go home. Hopefully today we can fix them binding. Let me and i cannot. She scoops a handful of sand. And let's trill live in this permanent state all right. well we're going to try to lift that binding. You wait right here. House going to jog over to sudi. Because she has the fast movement speed says like some witcher stuff right here you just got to know. The wording do that curse matching lack that all right city. You're gonna come out. You're going to tell her that. Her duty is complete and she is free to go fulfilled. Her duty has been fulfilled by the eye of you are you and i have determined that. Her duty is fulfilled and she is free to do as she pleases. K okay. I mean that sounds pretty easy. I say this before anything else. Okay we had back out all right. So i guess he'll step out and hopefully nothing bad immediately happens. The woman looks up torch you. There's a coolness inner red is as she looks over. A city will approach say. Didn't have to shout at her. I my he's last of the eyes of have seen your duty fulfilled all oaths obligations promises. And that's have been paid. I wish you well on your journey and made the rest of your day is never be day. You are free. She first brow for a moment. There's that timid this for a moment. There's that hartness as the two sides of our seem to fight these two warring elements of her personality. Her eyes settle on sudi again. I did not lie. You're honorable you remind me of what i saw in your people. There are dark things in the desert some of them. We have of the experienced. So i wouldn't be surprised to find more. You've choosen difficult path understatement. I have but it is a path worth fighting for and if necessary dying for. She cocks her head. This was all last for my freedom. I'm sorry that your family dot give it to me. I am saudi as well. The person who raised me was a priest of kid kaylene. He would not have tolerated such slavery of any sort dime. Saudi for what my family and my the eyes of rod did to you. Hopefully now you can heal and move on from the pain that just been caused you go in peace she inclines her head prosperi health to you. I've wrong and also through you. She stands turns facing off towards the distant mountain peaks. Suzy can find some forgiveness in her hardest while fully. For what solely she you mentioned and vanishes way she totally nets and how many be gita. Who's sick era. A secure was our friend. Did what the to go pursue other things. I just wanted to ask her about that stone because we know where the stone is is we could do some s- cryan probably like an exciting shied question. John tensor told us that story. And the black pharaoh is in and now we know that there are some powerful artifact of the black pharaoh and we're going to the sightless being which is also related to the crazy well and says. Hey there's talking excited between the two of them and pull out some string street question. Martha box searcher reaches over and places a hand on sudi shoulder as she rubs her temple of course if there was going to eat anything crazy going on in the desert sagir was going to be at the center of it and somehow i feel like responsible for our current predicament. Thing maybe jamie on you not intentionally. She probably just thought she was doing the right thing. And freeing her. Except three hundred fred free enough to kill me feel of the sidelines on the new like streaming s How is it they say. No harm foul. We if i see her again i'm going to puncture is hard is that genie punched me in the future. Just a little note. Great handling sudi very good. You did a good job. Good on ya except don't tell jeannie show real true name names situation. Yeah but if she had a mind to knowing that is true name. You're not an outsider. So it's not quite as anyway it's a bad idea. That's why i never told the viper my name right this was like some kind of psalm ceremony fixing.

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"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

06:50 min | 7 months ago

"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"Offered his power. And sh- drink. I mean we're not offering you knew that we're hoping we can just offer through help you home the lied. I'm really good at that. That seems like something i would say. He's not even wait. May make diplomacy check if the party wishes do it. I can't help. I'll help you eight. Jesus oh i wish. I brought separately role in. That's one i i mean. I didn't roll an at twenty year old in eighteen. Eighty two thirty. Oh okay so. I have to aids Got thirty six. That's pretty good. It's pretty good bonus for my role play rural places. Let's check. She looks off for a long moment. And then again. There's that that sudden shift where is slumped slightly horizon drop down and that hard edge seems to fade away into something softer. They call to me. The cat folk. They said they credit me strength like those before like the gray shy tan warrior of old. They didn't they did. They taught me their ways fighting styles of their people. Not the sword or the smell is my people now but mastery of body in exchange. I was teach others many amongst them. Were mortal as i am. But they had their 'cause purposes. I was to instruct generations new in for a time i knew piece i watched them grow. Shaw bold. I came to love and accept them over time happened. She folds her legs under and sits down so she's closer to avoid again. why hurt. I watched them grow. But then you watched them die one after the next after the next in this impermanent place even the stone. She scoops a handful of sand. Let's trace between her fingers. Free thing fades and a rose to nothing to help them find the stones deep beneath the earth. Those connected to the very fabric of this land the customs i carved them they knew the magic's down to them by the sphinxes of old by one whose name i will not speak for. He slumber still in this desert. They gained power and eventually when darkness came when they were forced to rise. Up against the foulest faeroes i know but one who worshiped him who followed his views built a temple to call out to the crawling chaos the darkness in the stars the black pharaoh the nameless whore who with his mute dumb pipers sings a song in the center of the universe to keep quiet. That which cannot wait. She absent mindedly draws in the sand. Hesam to let me go. It was the first time they did not show me kindness. I was necessary to them and they had a new charge but they couldn't. He couldn't understand no box or light. Contain that darkness. Speak its name but for a thousand years and more it stayed. It didn't slim were an immortal beast held at bay by the faintest flickering of light but reached out. Could fill it. I helped craft. The trap is a heatin that tracked trap a c. Heater a stone of utmost darkness shining stone though one could be brilliant when it contained the thing within it. It's fast. it's were windows and by looking into them one. C. vistas beyond this world in two thousand others in its innumerable sides. So we know that secure has that right. Had some sort of weird trap as a huge stone had black side sicher glances to her. She knows sudi is but doesn't say anything. So you said you ask them to let you go so if there were one around they could just say your free and you could just go. I don't know. I was bound until my duty is done or my wife leaves me. I was young. She stares off. I didn't think it through for such fake statement. The eyes of raw safeguarded. The trump is a heater and but in time they came to realize its power. What does little thing just a glance inside and threw it. You could see distant places over time. They eventually learned how to control what they saw. They can predict threats. They can see things that are or were or will be within its depths. They became stronger and more powerful. But the black man knows the honeyed words. They were tricked manipulated and they would not release me. Others came than one. Promise me help promised to free me. To retrieve my stone heart the made of the altar in the black fain where the stone slumped he and took the power for himself. And then i a small grand hewlett like diamond trapped in water. Rolls down the side of her cheek from her. I did the same. Others came in.

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"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

08:18 min | 7 months ago

"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"Bad eleven on eleven for a thirty one further. Anyone nicest fairly all this. The school in that hollis has been doing is really paying off. we just finished our lesson on elemental 's because we were sitting on a freebie. Yeah yeah so the two of you kind of take a second. Imagine as has masika watches this figure where less sudi probably sits down next to her and stares contemplative again. She doesn't seem more violent in lose. This year is now what is saying. The lord of the rings would look fair and phil fowler. I suppose as a citra. Hollis you put your heads together if she was talking about being enslaved in needing to kill to be free. Maybe she was gated gated inbound as an outsider camby with certain strictures of what could or could not release her. Oftentimes those will include a. You must serve until this thing is accomplished or death so she might not have been free and technically even dying. She's just dead but the fairly she's dead and free at that point. Is there anyone to get somebody out of a out of their contract so to speak. She's probably bound to serve until there are no more is of raw which means she has to kill sudi to return home to the elemental plane of earth. Unless he doesn't call himself in iowa but he's already accepted. That title accepted that title. So really this is all ten serviceable quite. I'm i. that's what i'm trying. I'm one. I wanna talk to her to see if i can figure out a way to just let her go. Because i'm not cool with this. But i'm not cool with just killing her just to get her out of her contract. Either i mean would the dismissal have worked if she like let it work would that have sent her home. The problem is is it may have center back but then she would be bound to plane. Shift back to the material plane and try to find me again. It just depends on what the wording was of what was told to her. But i don't know that until she wakes up. Yeah so the question is do we have any way of properly binding her to where we can talk to her. I mean she's going to be able to motor sue the stone or whatever and she's way too heavy to float. Yeah so so what we have here on the small oasis. That's not gonna work. We would need a bigger boat. What if hollis usage magic to shrink her now so she's really tiny bash basket. I mean it's not a bad idea. I have shrink item. But she's on an item Problem mentioned something to you. Don't forget that she. She's a cost. Kippur plane shifting. Whenever she wants she can play just wherever she feels like so she could just leave. I don't have dimensional anchor. Well there's no way to container really if she's bound like you said and it's some sort of contract. Maybe she can't leave that's why she told that's why she keeps going off about how she's not free until cities dead lecture. The fish girl might be right. Hey i got it. I got it. We kill a you breath of lifer. Technically she died. I don't know if that's going to fulfill loophole like that also. I'm not sure. The breath of life works on outsiders. Also i mean. It's a possibility but what that doesn't work. And then we bring her back to life and then she thrives to murder so again. That's the major concern. Here is for our own self preservation. She almost killed all of us. Masika aware that raise dead spell works on singular individual who's been dead for a limited number of days the targeted seoul must be willing to an free to return from the afterlife and the spell can only be used on a corpse that formerly possessed the soul. It won't work on construction elemental. Outsiders dead breath of life won't work since she's an outsider. So killing is not really an option. But she's not going to kill everyone. She's been careful not to kill in the view. It looks like she tried to murder. Everyone i will mention to you. That i was punched. She did push bird. My beautiful beautiful lady girl nathalie. I mean she has the capability she was using me. She looks pretty lethally injured to me. That's what i don't get this. She's not completely lethal trying to kill all of us because she could have killed the three of you down there easily. The as she pull her punches on the first hit she was instead only trying to kill me and no one else. I don't think she's truly evil. I think this whatever's bouncer is a problem. I have a wall of fire. She could put her in a wall of fire. That'll her i. She can't walk through it but we'd have to put the bottom would have to be something that's not. What if we make sly she. She's me but if we keep her unconscious until tomorrow. And then you make our float and then we can derogate. There may be find the loophole and hopefully free her. And then maybe she won't want to merger city anyone anything that would be able to get rid of. This is enough is beyond our parties capabilities. We also don't are the wording yet though. I mean it for for all. We know an eye of raj essay. I release you from your service. But we won't know until we find out and unfortunately that means we have to risk her wrath am not too concerned about the should beat me up pretty bad but they've gotten some healing. I can take it if i need to bring her back down. We do have some rope. I mean i know that. She's a big lady but if we wrap is enough i mean. At least she'll be she'll be able to do anything we do really easily hold on. I have an idea too. But i will get house. Are looking for spell. Okay i did take gravity sphere so i could figure out what guarantees fear does exactly is it sphere or spear spear espy h. e. r. e. Okay okay creatures in the affected area which is a thirty foot radius. Spread can either be weighed down by gravity lightened by low gravity or left afloat in an area with no gravity. Have how long does it last around per level. That'd be only good if if she wakes up the minute. But i could prepare nothing but this spell and then i could just cast it on her three. Turn saving throw. Gosh i have an idea too. I didn't think it could work until hala. She's just talked about her spell. What if we chop down a tree. And then we shum. How attached at tree top of the tower and then we cover in rope and we make her weightless of showdown yada yada really popular over an arcadia. What's in our foreign exchange student in quantity. I'm i don't know how nominee narmer is doing in the sometime. I guess you've found a library. I love. I will point out that spins one third of every day sleeper. What did you call it. grab the sphere Might be a good idea to have his As a backup so we can let their wakeup try and to her. If it doesn't work flow puncher well. We can wake her up and i could. I can't floater today. It has to be tomorrow. Well that's what that means leaving way back. Yeah we don't know when she's gonna wake back up. Can we do like a hill to find like a roughest of when we think show wake.

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"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

07:28 min | 7 months ago

"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"We'll find the find the path podcasts actual play of the moebius mask adventure path episode. One twenty six the word suddenly not endanger anymore which is nice. Lee could still be in danger. Hey we don't even have that looming leg. Genie fight going over our head anymore. And then iraq down and scoops up sudi and flies into the sky. That's a rude. Rock solid rock. Hey we are nice. Well we would have been nice to them if we come across. We were not. It's true that doesn't really nice to them. You did see them from a distance and then say nah. We didn't want to bother them. So we we did not walk up to this. Excuse me have you heard the good word of cayden. Never saw okay. I mean city was raised cayden. But you don't follow them. Currently no yeah you said you follow for asthma. no i do follow asthma. Which is why. It's even funnier that she that she decided to ambush me in a segment temple. Because i don't even follow her. Yes she doesn't know the apparently she only knows she knows everything about me you know. She was trapped for a very long time. Does things to people. It's true so supposed to delve into that. However when less we left the door keepers of the duo on the party. Having split themselves to tend to a pair of dehydrated and delirious almost catatonic no pun intended cat folk who were being tended to by masika. An sudi and the other part of the party went to go and find the hidden temple of segment underneath. The waldo acis having successfully founded in a little bit more than they anticipated in the form of the show tan monk. Kasey all the mysteries about what free was talking about where solve real fast. Not very quickly drug that out for a little bit but not so. The party ran into mukasey who. I don't even think we really delved into it during that episode. But for any of those of you who may be confused. If for some reason you decided to skip the faded tells which i mean you quite feasibly could have whenever you're going through that as a side story because see being a character from the faded tells that has now shown back up in her pursuit of destroying all of the eyes of raw of. What's there was only one left. So it's suty and as that she had been showed up and then proceeded to think does theft other soundly. Pretty pretty yeah. I think she actually only got two hits off me true to hit sugar. Yeah she is sugar and that was unacceptable. Think a first time ever in the pod. I yes. I can go into some detail what i think i could have done differently but i again. I threw a lot of what i would consider to be the tactics that i've learned as a gay master Out the window to play the character reason that she shouldn't have but step forward and four round attack hall dropped her on round of five lows. Even if it's non lethal damage yeah other than the fact that she didn't care about hollis. She only cared about one person. Here's a little little sudi was out there in the wild that was that was was a fatal mistake for fatal yet but the forty had managed pretty much. The entirety of that episode was the fight against bakassi. The party had duked it out with a showing. Even the non unchained the chain. Smoke if you will still violently effective opportunity also helps this yet. Stone scan at other thinks helps a little bit a little bit end of that. We reached the end of the episode there with sudi clocking her in the jaw and knocking her unconscious. I suppose as we begin as we pick things back up our heroes stand in the waldo. Acis sudi panting knee deep in the water. Hollis relatively uninjured after that channel masika calf-deep in the water on the other end. Citra looking rough. After that last hit that she'd received before going trying to get her sneak attack in. I'm pretty sure she's awesome. Double black is going on in this split unconscious figure of this eleven foot tall stone woman who came out of nowhere in trade everything in her power to kill city. Look i stabilized at why she's just going to try to murder you. I was about to say look. I'm usually for offer sparing people but when a giant and murder machine comes out of nowhere it almost kills us all Information maybe the cat folk upstairs have information. Maybe but i don't want to take that chance. And is she really going to tell you anything she mind. What have we like created araft and tighter to it and then floated there in the middle than you say that. She's not good in water. She's not i of magic to heal anyone so she gets up and starts swinging. We need to do something. I don't feel good about just letting her drowned face down in the water. That sounds like something terrible was then. And i want to figure out what it was especially because it has something to take so sicher is going to move. People going forward and pulling her onto shore. Okay to stabilize thing out of citrus backpack and healer. i mean. I rolled a since i wrote a sixteen which gives me a seventeen. It's dc fifteen to stay. Bless you stop her from bleeding out as you drager vary. What is your what is your pusher drag five hundred. Yes she weighs five thousand pounds. I i at least get her head out to the water. That's pretty much. All he can manage say my my drager poll is eleven fifty. Pounds your big getaway bigger. But i'm out of those for the day i've used all three today. How many rounds job lift. I had i think five rounds left at least so you would have helped me pull her out before shrunk okay. Then i can definitely lift her out of the water. You drag her out but again. She's massive debts. Yeah makes sense. I mean i don't really know what to do beyond this. I just with how obsessed. She seemed she's probably just gonna come after suty again. Yes but i. I'm not going to just kill her. It's one thing to defend myself but this is not the right. She said something odd during the five. She said that the eyes of had enslaved her use them to used her to teach them but also said she couldn't be free unless she killed me so i'm not sure if she's entirely saying yes. She sounds insane and she wants to murder you. Police post may make an ultra con.

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"second one" Discussed on What Was That Like

What Was That Like

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"second one" Discussed on What Was That Like

"What was that like contains adult language and content and is not intended for all audiences. Listener discretion is advised. Today is September eleven. Today's the day we remember and honor those who lost their lives here in. America on September eleven two, thousand and one. Two hundred and forty six innocent people aboard the four planes that were hijacked. Two thousand six hundred and six people in the world. Trade Center and the surrounding area. Three hundred and forty. Three of these were firefighters and seventy one were law enforcement officers. One hundred, twenty, five people in the Pentagon. Today. We're going to hear from two people who were there. Lori Brodie and her brother Scott both worked at the World Trade Center. She, survived he did not. Lori will tell us what happened to her that day and in the years since. Joe Falco was a New York City firefighter. He was working to save lives at the World Trade Center and was injured when the buildings collapsed. May We, never forget those who were lost on September eleven two, thousand and one. Lori, Brodie..

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"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

07:17 min | 11 months ago

"second one" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"Is trying to do. For the rest of the Book No. That's the sad part is no. The studio that broken mass man you killed the my friend. And this time I'm not pulling punches. So take a fine footstep to the left there swift action to grow big. Attacking this guy I'm not non lethally attacking him. I'm going full lethal this time you're not gonNA step into the website, right? One Square me is in the website. At. Citrus. Ready to actually goes off I. All right. So here's what we're GONNA DO SUDI over in largest to gigantic Sudi citrus ready to action immediately goes off. It's such a kill him I'm GonNa die laughing. We very said. On your. One on one. Thing and. She. would be hilarious. It would be but I don't think I'm GONNA. Hit points. I Roll a thirteen for a twenty, six plus two for the flank, which is a twenty eight. Eight had bet. All. Right. You have both of your knives or two and fight no because narmer still he brought me the knife, but it dropped on the ground. So I, didn't have a chance to pick it up. So de because he just spit it out on the ground. The joke of. Up to fight. Carries mental note we are buying her cords we have buy weapon course next time we're in town for sure make a really hard for switch to Abo- it's fine That would be a twenty four points of damage. Oh, Nice Hang. That was for my friend. You Ram your blade as he followed his eyes follow Suty, and then like follow suit up as his is continued trace, this Sudi grows in size and as he does. So you starts up slide under manage to bring your arm around through the wedding. This kind of encasing this guy at this point, sticking a bat to the the walls behind them and to the. Doorway that leads into the temple itself slide your blade. Right under his armor into, you're going to assume a kidney judging by the way he screams in pain as the policing said, Sudi organ break a reflex save as you've entered into the web. I rolled pretty poorly. Sixteen. Grappled. God kidding me right now. I'm GonNa Look Web because I was reading it earlier and it's weekly. Sorry. anyone in the areas affect when the spell is cast must make a reflex save at the same succeeds creature is inside of the web. If you're moving through it, you have to make a combat maneuver, check or escape artists check as part of your move action. With the can dispose the so actually a combat maneuver check. Run as much higher. Rolling, eleven twenty two, that's Going be like relief pseudo Cassini slides over explodes into size pushes through the webbing. As he space explodes out to fool sides it's really only covering like your left foot since it's draping down from the open doorway since it has to have two parallel surfaces. Where you can't stop shaking your foot. See your. That's my. Ankle foot. Anyway. I'm attacking this guy now. All right. So I roll perfectly average with a ten, which is a twenty four with the flank may twenty four. It's GonNa hit your flight target as. Whip around with your own webbed foot, kicking them out, come on damage high-kick for seven points of damage. He stumbles with the impact has blade still wet with a believe your own blood. He is alive. You can't stand him. It's true. Him with my second attack with my and blows. That's a seventeen. That's eight, twenty, nine, thirty, one with the flank. Thirty one we'll hit. That is a good second hit. Come on now. Okay, that's much better that is fifteen points of damage I'm gonNA fortitude safe from. Him? L.. Fifteen. Oh he fails because my the sixteen. He's. He's So you. You lash out with your first kick, kick them in the sternum you kick them then a second time catching him in the jaw, the mask hits up in for a moment. You just see like blood splatter out of the bottom of the mask or you're going to assume it just broke his nose. Like him again. She's. Down drink his kidney. I'll really well, he stunned maybe it'll work at twelve. Three No. That's not had the web on it. I hate it. Hate it. Back, as he reels from the hits but it's done, which means citric can. Stab the bejesus out. Of. Him. Stab you also this? This is important. Yes. How. Far Away callback. Fed question a lot of feet away you. Up What is old putt beggars gotta stay. Is About one hundred and ninety five feet away. God? Close, I need to get within forty five feet of him somehow. Oh, that's a forty. Five. Ability make. The braces your. If you're at the base of the cliff, you'd still be a hundred and sixty feet away hundred and seventy feet away because he's up in the air. that. Spells not going to work. Just, remind everyone that I do have a scroll of fly in my back. Also, keep in mind for Masika that you're going to have to use your standard action this turn to finish casting your spell. Yeah I was GONNA try to bail fell polymorphism eventually. That's just a closer in spell though unfortunately maybe Oh, come closer. Doubted. He has. Come close to cast some spells he might have to come closer. That's true. I me check the range on call lightning that's only one hundred and ninety feet. So he's still aware that no, he's he's on ninety five from you take a step in blast him yeah. I WanNa do that yeah. Call down the lightning storm. So, if I step forward, he is one hundred, Ninety feet away from you. Yeah. So I'm going to call down lightning wolf that I get for finishing this spell down upon this guy, all my friends seem really angry about him being here so Back doesn't know her skillset heck. Yovich true..

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"second one" Discussed on Bantzzzz

Bantzzzz

13:48 min | 2 years ago

"second one" Discussed on Bantzzzz

"Sunshine. The most unglamorous. Did you say you said you'd sit just in red finders just stare? Yeah. I would just send like if I was if I because what I do if when I when I'm shopping for fabric when I'm supposing break. I actually sit and start the Burke trying to imagine it into a gum and trying to link visualize how it's going to look. And if I can't understand how it's going to look imagine how it's gonna Dray how it's going to. Like cuts, and so and how the final image and the final part is gonna are won't buy it. Because I'm if I can't imagine it. It means that I'm not in love with it by that's real Menem's, very visual. Like, she has to see things in your head before it starts. Yeah. I think about things in my head. I have a feeling she sees things very detailed because. Yeah. And sometimes I don't see them so detailed. And that's that's when like I take me hours. Sometimes that I got like. Two. Like a gong finished or whatever, but like buttons and trims and stuff. Like that. Like, if you can't like I would sit and just like star buttons Phages just because if I have to house to in my head has to be completed, and if it's not completing connected than I can't touch without hopper, very spiritual element to this heater feed that then you con- like hi Trudy believes that the product that I'm making is truly from my heart. Like, I genuinely I'm excited to like I'm going to going to make something, but I'm while that I won't love. OVC parts, the designed prices when start hating everything that I've made. But then that's just like a get over. It's just too close to something starting tenured. But overall at the end when you look at something and you wear it you have to love it. And she does she wear all your. Yeah. I wouldn't coats, and I would always like I not out to gonna test. I haven't I haven't touched any of my coat coincide Campbell, Kurt. And I haven't touched any of my coats side Noche my clash shame. But the you buy shoes love shins. Love shoes. It's unbelievable. Thanks. You like. Like a fan about shoes. They're really spot in my life. But yes, I only one Mike and find I think it's silly to be a brand. And not where the stuff that you make because if you don't then you know, what I mean? But yeah, the time living in the vegan others. I love them. I call it to respect collection. I literally live in the every day. I feel like my foot posts of life the daily ones, I'll do sometimes she worthless. Same thing every day. I went I wear the same coat. Maybe everyday I alternate between the matrix and the ATS weekdays, but I do change my basics such out the actually real talk in DC. Two girls that were like that's just in the store. Is a real story. I know I I didn't hear the whole thing. I love your coat into and enjoyed town and the Nobis to leave that will. I just have to tell you that your your whatever this ablaze Okaz Ryan the eighteenth, which is underneath the of bust I've ever seen. I love it. And I was like, thanks. I never know what to tell people when they come from what I'm wearing if it's made if it's from my collection because I got so embarrassed, and I get so shy. Like not that like like, I don't know. How that weird tell them that? In our telling Ken like, hey, why don't you tell him? Like, what am I supposed to say? Like, hey, so then I was like trying to find a way. And I was like what I was going to do is just feel like, hey, this is the brand that from because they had left because I two lights foreign panic mode. But whenever than the ones that of the times they've really stuck like much if you have complemented one, and I'm not saying like to be cured feminine. It just makes me happy people. Do I? And I. Really should wear your own stuff. This is honestly do not do it partic-. But I wasn't because I love them. But also like to see feedback placate is anybody going to care about it is nobody gonna care about it. So one time a month complemented, the sky blue, and it was a man who was like with his wife shopping. And it was like he was not like was just. Like, it was just breaking dude. Like, I didn't think he'd care as a rule of you. My goodness. We just like it's so it was just really three FM. And I gotta say anything else like. I never know. What to anyway, took twenty minutes to twenty minutes. All right. Let me know anybody. If anybody has I think twenty to thirties. Okay. I didn't clear with you. But I was drinking thing this podcast. Yeah. I feel like we're a lead backfired cast. Yeah. I dislike I hate the sound of slapping and chewing, and I hope to Mike I didn't hear it. But anyway, so say here, I am buying break. Going home going to love making it and just continuously making MRs there was some pieces in the collection that I completely stopped because when I will them out. I didn't love them. I didn't feel connected to them. I didn't love myself in them. And so I didn't I like that. And there's something that I wore the K this. This will be a little bit more, practical if this was shorter if there's a little bit longer and so forth, and I would just continued doing that for like a whole. Yeah. And the nice thing is is that I didn't have the I wasn't on a fascist guide-rule. I didn't have the pressure of of like, I didn't even think about making sales. I didn't I didn't think about anything but the product, and I think that's what was kind of important to me is that I really put all my energy, and my food because into a part, and like, even my family didn't even know what I was doing like people like they knew that are doing something with Russian, but when eventually the whole collection came like what the hell like when did you to Burma's Bunce's even happening like like if you wanted tonight because I didn't know how to share it with anybody. But I'm thinking about it. I think like maybe those couple years of incubation like we just had no pressure. You're just making stuff in your lab. You know, I think maybe those are really important fischel because if I didn't have the jazz where I didn't have that pressure and everything that's like one your creative juices like everywhere. And I feel like you can really kind of do what I want and don't have the pressure of of like anything. It's just like, hey, I'm making this. I really love it. If you guys like it you come by. And that was seriously. My kind of thought process I was on the schedule. I wasn't like I have to make two seasons. They are housed them seasons. You know at the time. Well, no, I knew about it. But I did I didn't I didn't. I didn't have the pressure of fashion schedule. Yeah. Fish shouldn't fascist goes always been big show. Like the demands of. No, I just six of executive what had to be done. But of course, I knew that that was like spring to win pre and this old navy. But then like sippy guys, I think small bonds, and imagine designers is that you have to be on the schedule where you have to buy time in and Fisher that something that you want to woods. But I think in the beginning beginning on what I wanted to see was hey, does anybody care about what I making and essentially that's what I wanted to see. We'll talk about that maybe like through whatever. But. In the beginning. What I did. And I didn't have the demands of light producing like mass producing wherever I bought fabric can I pull quantity which which was a risk. I barbeque and quantity that I thought when pe- suitable for for a very literally unknown brand an unknown designer. I was just to that on my website into the world. And I didn't have the pressure of producing so much and also, but I also have to take the risk of producing a considerable amount to being on the website that I can meet you didn't worry about like warehouses know about all that stuff. Like, you were literally making a like a silhouette or whatever it was loved before. You started reading just like breaking ground on. Yeah. And the fuss fuss piece that that went into the collection was the blanket and the one that would get the most response, and that was the most response funky blue like poke it was like it was like a like a dotted daughter, blue sky blue. And I remember I was so sad because I had I had got that fabric for mood. And then when I started to collect the community to carry much it costs wanna go by gonna make it, and I'm was sold out. So I just have to find something else that was. Is going to hope to have the same. Fender and everything and it did in the end. Yeah. But yes, so this was me growing overthrow throughout the whole. Yeah. Just kind of creating pieces and governments. And then essentially that point that point. I wasn't like, okay. I'm going to be out to our brand it kind of became that way. Because I kind of realized that as n designing that's what one I'm reading joying in to the collection. That's kind of what it was forming to I always knew that I was going to Woodson winter. So the beginning just because those are the fabrics that I think most of juries and the funds to what? And that's kind of how it started. I created a product and everybody that the people that didn't know what I was working on Acuna like my family that knew that what I'm saying like my dad, and my my sister's whatever whoever knew what was just telling you don't think about everything else. Spokes on your product one of the biggest things that put me off or we'll put me off was the fact that I was like I wasn't known in any way. I didn't have a platform like, yeah. My puzzle Instagram. I would have pictures wearing whatever. But I never had any public where people knew to like creating something. Let's see what she's doing. Let's from high was unknown like. Yeah. So this is a good place to end, right? Okay. This'll media part. Yeah. Is that what you were going? Now, I'm gonna go to like what I did not tell the like website by they move do think. Like, a good thing turned. Yeah. Better than what I was going to say was looking in serum for somebody who haven't released I collection. I would feel very overwhelmed with the amount that was on social media. And it would almost put me off a block on my God like how ever going to compete in in a sea like emerging talent and designers and just every other like, why am I going to be adding? But I think we should be mostly read tubing continued to be continued. Maybe we can ever smack who is big. This is the part where she comes in which is kind of like the brand's direction and the like the logo me king the website building. She kind of did on me twice sister. You guys don't know. And then yes, there's a bunch. There's so much to go through too much to goes time feel feel about this one. This this episode is pursued. Feel good. I feel right to good feels. Okay. All right. How do you feel good? You cut me off mid thought process. I'm sorry. We're at twenty five looked like you were going to open up Ken. Can I forget done race? Yup. It's twenty five minutes. I don't wanna go along. I feel like this job. No. Kind of like less. I still have no idea what the lawsuit tool does outlines. I think cuts rate how the hell do paint. Yeah. In the streets has all I don't know. I don't really use it. And just what it does. But we'll get back to the Sobat was the production of like the design process. Kind of like the the building of the brand and the identity of the buyer nuts. You see? We're still so much. Just still always go back, no pressure. Anyway, now's going up to thirty minutes. I know that's what I'm saying. Hey you. Being done. Any final words no questions 'til this whole of like submit your questions submit them in the I'm not gonna do the questioning so long. Just whoever listens to this podcast. The one Posner have friend, his friend or whoever. DM me. I think I'm the better off the question, I can stop shop, and I won't shy. Like names. I didn't like shut names, I won't shut names it cetera. Anyway. Who? In the. As leader.

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08:04 min | 2 years ago

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"Like. Up to par because you can't just produce crop, basically for company overbroad really got hired. So so I never even used in the street, and I actually failed. My first. My first module illustrator terrible. I actually quite in the lesson. Thermal you had. My teacher shoes she hinted me. But it wasn't. She wasn't good. Because. The second time on the b. The teacher was really really sweet. And like really understood the I don't know how to do computer. I like I really con- during a computer just it's really tragic. Resent. If there was two words that you remember from your first teachers only. I didn't know that. She'd always say. That was the only thing. Swearing. We help Santa require. All to use the last. My point is is when you're kind of. Obviously, the reason why you're trained to do or trying to be really good illustrates laws that wouldn't deal tax. You wanna have a really on points? Got that really kind of. It is true. Visit the gunman that you making. But because I was doing all myself, and I was making my own samples, and I knew that production was going to be. With people the over the factory. The I myself could physically go to I didn't like my illustrative didn't have to be like the bust out there in the world will let's talk about. So like some of the key things that made you believe in yourself to actually go out and do things. Okay. So let's face it. I think does we see a bunch of things that you have to take into consideration. And I think I don't think I really full to buy as much. I don't think I thought there and said, okay. This is what we do. And this is what I'm going to like the the stuff like I knew the stuff that I wanted to take. But I didn't like the pressure of. Doesn't deadline for when this. This whole fuss collision has to be done when everything has to be together and releasing it to the world or whatever I didn't read not pressure on myself. I think you definitely have to have some confidence in what you're making the product that you'll selling and for me. And here's another thing that you're always kind of Tutu. Kind of like, you know, like like who you consume as who your marketers and all of that. And I didn't really think about that too much because I believe and basically who who I am my customers. So I knew exactly what I wanted to wear. I knew the styles that I wanted to wear I knew the fabrics that I wanted to. So I didn't really send think about trying to fit my images in like images in my head of clothing will go styles governments to someone else. So I think it was easier for me to like not try and walks my fluids into like put my thoughts and bucks them. And then like. The most. I wasn't trying to also say two things. Okay. Yeah. I'm not good with four before it became two thousand sixteen you became like, an official more officials saying you had a website and everything like that. We can talk about that later. But that was supposed the end of it since I met you in Detroit, you're constantly buying fabric in making things. And even though you didn't have a concept in your head. What it was gonna be? I mean, it went through so many ration-. Yeah. You had this idea that this is what you were gonna do like just kind of buried deep inside you like you. He would come home. And we would go to like the beginning. We'd go to like, JoAnn fabrics. It was cool. I don't know where it was. It wasn't run a little. Hey ch-. I don't know. But this is in Michigan. And then we go to allay. We've we end up, you know, after you get connected with that idea fashion district here buying fabrics being home, and you're cutting fashion. Right. And then what's it called and many? I think one of the biggest things that she would do in. This is my second point. She would wear everything that she. Yeah, she would create. So even even though like at that point. Nobody knows who she is. She's wearing stuff that she likes. She goes out into the world and this time to LA people book. Hey, give a really met Kohl really love what you're wearing around New York will your so she met a lot of people just through wearing her own stuff. And I mean, yes. So I think killing me. Mine's going. So actually what I did was again. I decided what I'm gonna do them. Think about everything else involves entails creating a brand. I'm gonna focus on the product. Because if you don't have a product, then you don't have anything. Yeah. You'll branding or your incident. Everything can even. But if your product isn't good that nobody's going to want your product, an by it. So and I'm very picky fussy with. With just general what I wear in the cooks that I buy and the pieces that I buy. So for me, I was in western thing really hard to be like I really like with it and hut to spunk. Joy inside of me. I was gonna wear what I what I would do. A callback. Yeah. I. Very condo going to sponsor one day. Yes. So so what I do. I would go out on by basically just keep on sort of like buying break. And then like draping putts making sewing and just continuously like doing that. For for almost like a Julia. And if you're familiar with LA in specific heat on the fabric, the fabric district, the fashion district, basically, it's just like stores and stores and sort of just fabric, and it has everything from lake so machines to so equipment to to Brig to trans everything you would need to make a garment so on a C because I was living in Dongguan any at the time. It was literally my backyard and very easy and convenient to get to so almost I can no brainer. That like, hey, why you just go by foul. Brit take back to aloft and walk on making something. So that was really fun to me. And I really enjoyed that. And I would go to specifically that's like must've store and at a and it had like honestly was like muscles light must have almost like a what warehouse and it had just like fabric, fabric and fiber every fabric that you really want like a whole Dennen value and in area will area. To so much brick and what I would do is. I would go with my the tool mini Kupa would go in. And I would just basically just go shopping human fish, shoes or address, whatever I spend the whole day out to spend hours left. It was a department store, and I would just shut for fiber. Sometimes I wouldn't buy fabric depending on if I read it was confident about the fabric redefined of that. And I would just say samples. Go home to cut them, then go back, and then I don't buy fabric rolls put them in by many for the seat sound drive buck to my love and then drug them like from the car park to live into the upping. I would like the man and dry, and it should the bursting in the door with these loose linens. 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05:38 min | 2 years ago

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"See by podcast. It's going to be cool. We don't know what it's called. We're still figuring it out. I thinking bonds because I already submitted bands. You did. Well, I mean that was the first name. Okay. But we can change it. We'll figuring it out taking. I think is more. We're trying to but somewhat. There's actually a lot of figuring it out. Figure in general. In general, some kind of makes sense, right? But I'm keeping as news. We'll see what she wants. We gotta get her. Mike good at her. Mike busy. We've been busy. You can tell we're high energy right now. Real pumped. The day. It's tiring we tied tight. But we want to keep this going what committed to to keeping this going, and it's fun. It's fun. I enjoy it. I do too. So I should we shouldn't traduced ourselves. Yes. You two are one person are loyal fan loyal. Maybe they brought listener. Yeah. They're seriously. Thank you to everybody. That did listen really that message. I really appreciate that. I think anyone. To think you really wanted to kind of try out things did have a message show. Appreciate that you guys to the this one. And then the ones coming after. Quote after this, plenty more. So also sorry missed the Sunday. We were kind of busy. So we're doing one. Now, choose Dave Tuesday today. News tuesday. Yeah. So the basically they'll come whenever they come will release some of the. We're gonna know we're gonna once a week. Yeah. But we just figuring out as we're seeing what works best excess actually. And we basically with the whole thing talking about nothing this part. Obviously, we're pros. I'm keen on. And I'm I'm. And and I'm very I'm from my dot com dot com. Designer founder and listening to this abuse, the kind of no. I am because right. Advertise instagram. So. Yeah. So. Yeah. So we're we're gonna cover today today. Well, we're I'm going to a rigid thing looking that stresses me out a little bit. But we are going to do we're going to try and continue talking about where we left off last time which was had. Had finished graduated from idiom in Los Angeles. And then I was going to cave begin like, my my tie dedicate, my time to creating a collection at this point. It was nothing like. I'm going to like today's day. The I begin my my today's the day that I stopped my clothing brand of whatever I was just going to work on making pieces and. Like, I said. There's always different routes that you can take Pacific to pursue a career fashion would too. Begin your own sort of like brand or your own small business or whatever. And the way that I was gonna do it was I was going to basically. Just start my own. My own line and my own collection. I didn't like have like like the compete sort of like clown of house gonna do when it was going to release it and have a time line of everything. I just knew that. I was going to just do the thing which I really loved and that was to make comments, and that's kind of what I did. So I never saw coming out with fight. The like I said, I would do the same thing that I do in school, which was to make a government the same sort of process that I would do of different to what you being tooled because we being thinkers kind of how they teach you to do it. And then how you end up doing. It yourself is like a personal sort of perfect. So I didn't have to like Scott shouldn't have to make like Michael Brown board have to do like a whole writeup of who my customers, and this and that. We were talking, and we we were saying that that film was more for I think I think fit him is more like trying to begin you ready for the getting students ready for the industry, which is absolutely fine. Because most students that are in a I'm gonna work in the industry for bunch of yours for a hollow may wish to and then they may not want to start their business. So obviously, the kind of have to follow the the the the ways that. Like industry levels of techniques. Have the good foundational skills? You need to walk in someone drafting and. Yeah, like you'd have to like, yeah. Like, you're Catskills in ministry to schools have to be like.

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