35 Burst results for "Second Part"

Atlanta rapper Young Thug faces new charges in RICO case

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 hrs ago

Atlanta rapper Young Thug faces new charges in RICO case

"More legal troubles for a rap star already facing serious gangbanging charges there has been a new indictment filed against Young Thug and it adds another 6 new felony charges to his ledger the Atlanta journal constitution reports the additional charges include participation in criminal gang activity plus additional drug and weapons counts as part of a growing list of charges against Young Thug and four others who are linked in that case authorities say these new charges stem from what investigators found when the rapper was arrested in May at his home in the upscale Buckhead section of Atlanta an attorney for the rapper says his client is innocent and looks forward to fighting the charges in court A Moscow's Gabrielle

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Denmark Ukraine Digital Backup-Backup Intro and Wr

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 13 hrs ago

Denmark Ukraine Digital Backup-Backup Intro and Wr

"Volunteer archivist are digitally preserving Ukrainian heritage religious sites monuments and museums have been destroyed in Russia's war in Ukraine a new digital project is offering a way to keep these places safe The fastest way to erase a people's national identity is by destroying their cultural heritage So when we saw exactly that happened we knew that we needed to do something and we needed to do it fast Tao Thompson with virtual futures as part of an effort to document historical sites in Ukraine digitally Soren liqueur Janssen with blue shield Denmark says this lets ordinary Ukrainians become volunteer digital archivists They can help protect their own cultural heritage Not only the big monuments and what you haven't seen but also what you find being important cultural heritage And that is a completely game changer All the processing can be done in the cloud just 100 images are required to create a detailed 3D scan I'm Ed Donahue

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Alex Jones Joins Charlie for a 'Controversial' Conversation

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 18 hrs ago

Alex Jones Joins Charlie for a 'Controversial' Conversation

"Joining us now is the most canceled man in America in his own words, Alex Jones, Alex. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie absolutely. I mean, even mainline reporters interviewed Charlie Manson. Even I'm the worst person in the world. People should be able to talk to me, but the truth is they want to misrepresent what I've said and done, that's why they don't want me to ever actually be live on air. So big fan of what you do and God bless you is going to be here. Thank you, Alex. So let's talk about the sandy hook thing. Let's just start with that. I don't like what you said at the beginning. You've said now going back that it was a mistake and that you're not even allowed to correct it. They're trying to destroy your life in bankrupt you because of it. Floor is yours. Tell us the story from your perspective that the media is intentionally not covering. Well, if you go back ten years ago, the Internet question would happen there like that question, Jesse Smollett or so many other events. And I barely ever covered it like 20 something minutes they brought it to evidence. They tried to make me the sandy hook guy once Trump won. And so they just simply said, oh, he's a bully, he's stalking people. He's doing all this. None of that was true. They had Democrat judges in Austin and in Connecticut say that I was defaulted so I couldn't defend myself. I sat there while the judge said to the jury, he is guilty. You will find him guilty. So this is their new weaponization of the media. It's a very small part of what I recovered. I questioned every major event. I questioned you. I believe children died and you've all, but the head of the state police in Texas and the mayor of Yale do you say there's a cover up? They've been lied to. So they want to punish people that question things. They want to say, oh, he's not a populist leader. He's not a popular person with the people. No, he's the sandy hook man. And so they've used that like claiming Trump says all Mexicans are criminals. Well, Trump never said all Mexicans are criminals. He said some very good people come across the border. It's a very bad people we should screen them. So just like they tried to make Trump hates all Hispanics, fake news. It's the same thing here.

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Fewer than 1 in 3 insured hepatitis C patients getting cure

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Fewer than 1 in 3 insured hepatitis C patients getting cure

"A majority of insured hepatitis C patients are not getting the care they need the can cure them I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A new government study finds that fewer in one and three people infected with hepatitis C are getting the treatments that can cure them Experts say insurance restrictions appear to be part of the reason for the surprisingly low usage the pills can cost tens of thousands of dollars but can wipe out the infection and only a few months the study found that overall less than a third of people with health insurance get the medicines within a year of diagnosis the hepatitis C virus is spread through contact with blood from an infected person The virus does most of its damage by infecting the liver and can lead to cirrhosis or liver cancer I'm Lisa dwyer

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Dinesh and Debbie Ponder the Preposterous Trump FBI Raid

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:36 min | 1 d ago

Dinesh and Debbie Ponder the Preposterous Trump FBI Raid

"Debbie and I are here to ponder the significance of the raid on Mar-a-Lago or react to some of the things that Christina bob said, I think what struck me about this was the sheer preposterousness of this raid in other words, the flimsy pretext that national, what records and archives act really, there are classified documents that the residents, why don't you just put in a request for them, get them, go, go look at them, Trump would cooperate. The idea of the raid seems to meet theatrical, it's to create an odor of criminality and part of their larger enterprise. They're trying the same thing that they did with the commission with the January 6th committee, right? At the same thing, they're trying to they're trying to make his image a little bit muddy. Muddied. Yes. And so they are trying to create a Donald Trump that isn't really a Donald Trump. But what do I go down to flimsy road? I say this because on January 6th, they have they're trying to show something big, right? There's an attempt overthrow the government. Trump was behind this staffers were communicating back and forth. There was conspiracies afoot. So that's their big theory, right? Then to come around and say, well, we have another theory, which is that there are these classified documents that belong in the archives, Trump took them because it's not about the theory. They're looking for something to get Trump on. And so they're trying to get from wherever they can, to be able to do that.

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The Gas Price Increase Is All About Biden's Climate Change Plan

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:55 min | 1 d ago

The Gas Price Increase Is All About Biden's Climate Change Plan

"Joe Biden and team they're out there bragging about what amounts to a somewhat minimal decrease in the price of gas over the course of the last 60 days or so. When I say somewhat minimal, I mean, compared to the rise in gas prices that we have seen thus far, gas is now decreased in price from somewhere around the $5 per gallon mark to somewhere closer to the $4 per gallon mark that is still way too high for the vast majority of Americans. And Joe Biden has suggested that this was all due to supply chain issues. It was all due to Vladimir Putin. But the reality is that the high gas prices that we have seen under Joe Biden are not a coincidence. In fact, if you look at the gas prices under Joe Biden, what you see is a consistent increase, month over month, pretty much the entire time up until the recent decrease in gas prices. And this is not any sort of wonder. The American action forum put out a chart showing exactly what gas prices have done under Joe Biden when Joe Biden took office. The gas prices were two 25 a gallon. So when you're talking about, oh wow, they've gone down a lot. Well, now that at $4 account, that's still almost twice as high as they were when Joe Biden took office. And he took a bunch of measures, almost immediately, that exacerbated the price of oil, that made it much, much higher. And to understand what exactly he did and why he did, you have to understand that this was all part of the plan. So one of the big things that the left has said for years and years and years and years is that carbon based fossil fuels are the worst thing in the world. They are just terrible. They're ruining everything. They're leaning to climate change and climate change is going to devastate the planet. It's going to lead to hundreds of millions of people dead. Billions of people displace it's going to be an absolute Al Gore like hellscape in which the polar bears are drowning in the oceans and all the rest of it. Now, all the predictions Al Gore made so far have been wrong. All of the talk about how the Arctic ice would just be gone, all the ice in Greenland would be melted. All of that is just untrue. The notion that tens and hundreds of thousands of people have been affected by predominantly climate change, that's not the reality.

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FBI searches Trump's Florida estate for classified records

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

FBI searches Trump's Florida estate for classified records

"Presidential historians say nothing like this has ever happened in FBI raid on a former chief executive Southern methodist university's Jeffrey engel says it's one of the Trump presidencies fascinating parts We've had to reconsider how often we use the word unprecedented This fits the bill I'm having a hard time finding anything that reaches the scale and the importance angle says the Trump administration's history keeps getting rewritten I remember saying when Trump was impeached that this is the first line of his biography for the rest of his life Now I don't think that's even in the first paragraph Sagar Meghani Washington

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The Gop's Midterm Campaign Theme

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

The Gop's Midterm Campaign Theme

"Republicans coordinate their messaging into November? Well, absolutely, you know, sometimes songs write themselves. This right itself, okay? You got to remember the first thing I did at the news conference. Was remind you that these are the same people that told you in March of 2021. The American rescue plan would double the economy. Well, in March 2021, inflation was 2.6%. It's 9% now. What happened between March and now? The American rescue plan became the American recession plan. It flooded the zone with new spending and new taxes. If hurt economic growth, this effort to declare war on American fossil fuels was part of the American rescue plan. So the people who promised you the American rescue plan would help you. Don't know what they're talking about. The

'I didn't really learn anything': COVID grads face college

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

'I didn't really learn anything': COVID grads face college

"High school graduates are headed to college and still dealing with the learning disruptions of a pandemic They were sophomores in high school when the pandemic hit now young adults worry that upheaval and long stretches of remote learning have left them unprepared for college level work Angel hope is taking the summer bridge program at the university of Wisconsin at Madison I was more of going to online school to pass not really to learn He graduated near the top of his high school class and yet I think if I didn't take this program and I went straight into the fall I would be moderately unprepared Alison Wagner with the scholarship program all in Milwaukee It says many students are going on to college academically malnourished She saw startling numbers of applicants who spent half their school hours working part time jobs or couldn't study higher level math or science because of teacher shortages experts fear Many will struggle unless America's schools can find a way to close those learning gaps I'm Jennifer King

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Rains in S. Korea turn Seoul's roads to rivers, leave 8 dead

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Rains in S. Korea turn Seoul's roads to rivers, leave 8 dead

"Heavy rain has drenched South Korea's capital region leaving at least 8 people dead and others missing and turning the streets of one affluent sole district into a river Stranded partially submerged vehicles litter parts of Seoul while people with umbrellas weighed through the water in the heavy nighttime rain commuters slowly returned to work Tuesday morning after emergency crews worked through the night to clean up much of the mess but there were concerns about further damage as French rain is forecast for the second day in a row earlier commuters had evacuated as water cascaded down the stairs of one subway station like a waterfall and in a nearby city a rain weakened hillside collapsed into a university soccer field I'm Charles De Ledesma

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James Gunn With Hit the Lottery Despite Disgusting Tweets

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:46 min | 1 d ago

James Gunn With Hit the Lottery Despite Disgusting Tweets

"Done is about to hit the fucking lottery. Part of the problem is you can't avoid grunge last two films where goddamn money makers. The first two Guardians of the Galaxy films grossed just under $2 billion. That means this guy could almost put shit on toilet paper and it would get a green light. He could still work again if he handed that in to a top fucking studio head. But even though he won't direct the third film, Disney is still using the script he wrote for the third film. And that means he'll be paid a lot of dough for that. On top of that, he was on the contract for the third movie using his script, but the offensive tweets occurred years ago. So technically he didn't breach the contract he signed with Disney's Marvel Studios to direct the third film in the franchise. That means if you follow this, he's in a very unique payer play situation with the studio. And that means there are people who estimate that due to this unique situation, this fuck face could receive a payout of 7 to $10 million, if not more. And I know that makes him very happy. I could see him listening to this show and laughing and smiling like he fucking beat the band. Now, here's a twist. And an example of how Hollywood rewards bad behavior. There's a possibility that gun might return to maybe develop and direct another marvel movie. So I ask you, what was his punishment? Really? What happened, you know, what did they do to him? But what exactly happened so bad to

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Steven Moore Discusses the So-Called 'Inflation Reduction Act'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 1 d ago

Steven Moore Discusses the So-Called 'Inflation Reduction Act'

"Now is Steve Moore from the committee to unleash prosperity. Steve, this bill that the Senate passed over the weekend. It's hard to even know where to start with this. I'll just kind of give you the floor is yours. What are the big points that people need to know about this increases taxes, the green energy aspect of it increased the IRS. Let's start with the climate change part of it. Where on earth is all that money going to go to quote unquote fight climate change? Well, great to be with you, Charlie. You're right. You and I could probably talk for two hours about this is truly a dreadful Bill. 800 pages long. And I can't think of one good thing in this bill. Truly. I mean, I've read through, not the whole thing, but I've read through most of it. And it is basically just a massive increase in the size and scope of government and the invasiveness of government. And that's essentially the John Doe. I want to make one point right from the start, Charlie. If you count the $1.9 trillion Biden spent in his first months in office, remember that was the blue state bailout bill. And then that fraudulent $1.1 trillion so called infrastructure Bill, which was really the green energy bill. And then remember two or three weeks ago, they passed a massive corporate welfare Bill. That was roughly $200 billion. This one has a price tag of somewhere near. We don't know exactly somewhere 607 100 billion. That's $4 trillion. I mean, can you believe this? They're talking now, the left is talking about, oh my gosh, Joe Biden's like the next FDR. Well, if running up record amounts of debt, records amounts of red ink and deficits and record amounts of inflation, then he has been a quote productive president, but I've never seen anything like this in my 35 years. This will bankrupt our country. And let's just pray that we can stop this now. I'm not confident, but maybe there are maybe four or 5 or 6 fiscally conscientious Democrats left that might finally stay, hey, three and a half $1 trillion enough. We don't need another 700 billion.

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My Honest Thoughts on Alex Jones

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 1 d ago

My Honest Thoughts on Alex Jones

"Alex Jones has been in the news recently. Alex Jones is the founder of InfoWars. He has been smeared by every possible outlet imaginable as being an unfounded conspiracy theorist. Now let me tell you the first exposure I had to Alex Jones. When I was in third or fourth grade, there were these YouTube videos that would be circulating of Alex Jones sneaking into globalist confabs. Remember these videos, Connor, we'd be going up. You're globalist. It was like, wow. Who is this guy? And he had, he had all sorts of, let's say, energy and commitment to exposing what was happening around the world. And so look, Alex, I don't know him personally. I've met him once. He was actually super sweet when I met him. He's not right, a lot of the time. He's also not wrong a lot of the time. Sometimes he allows his passion to carry him into a direction that I think he regrets, but let's be very honest, and this is the one thing I think that people get deeply wrong about Alex Jones. Is that Alex Jones was totally right about Jeffrey Epstein and everyone tried to smear him for it. He just was. He was the only person that was talking about Jeffrey Epstein. He was the only person that was talking about the Lolita express, and now that's all just kind of fact that has now been memory hold. And so look, Alex, you never know what you're gonna get. But he's also an entertainer. You must understand that. Part of his whole shtick is to make it fun and to push boundaries. If there was someone said something to me from Europe and you know what they said, they said, Alex Jones is a uniquely American figure. So what do you mean by that? They said, without a First Amendment, you don't get anyone anywhere close to Alex Jones. I found that to be really interesting. Is that it comes with the bombast that comes with the bravado, but also it comes at sometimes at a deep revelation of truth.

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Trump says Mar-a-Lago was "raided" by FBI

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Trump says Mar-a-Lago was "raided" by FBI

"The FBI searched former president Donald Trump's Florida estate yesterday People familiar with the incidents say it was part of an investigation into whether Trump took classified records from The White House to Mar-a-Lago The Justice Department has been investigating potential mishandling of classified information since the national archives and records administration said it took 15 boxes of classified records from Mar-a-Lago earlier this year The search is a dramatic escalation of the law enforcement scrutiny of Trump who said his home was raided and under siege He's casting it as part of a Democrat led effort to stop him from winning back The White House in 2024 Sagar Meghani Washington

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Victor Davis Hanson and Eric Speculate on the Direction of America

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | 2 d ago

Victor Davis Hanson and Eric Speculate on the Direction of America

"Speculating on the direction of the country. And we have an early talked about the midterms and Trump. It seems to me that the blessing of the unfolding nightmare of this administration is that many people who are kind of on the fence are waking up and understanding, wow, I never dreamt that anyone could make Jimmy Carter look Reagan esque. I simply never dreamt that we could have this kind of series of unfolding disasters and disasters is almost a nice way of putting it. What happened in Afghanistan everywhere we look, we see kind of nightmares of historical proportions. And I think that's good for the republic because my thesis is always that we've been so spoiled as a nation that we've kind of acted as though I don't need to do much. We'll be fine. The pendulum swings back and forth. We don't we never took it seriously that we could swing so far away that we swing into cultural Marxism and the death of America, which is where I think we are now. So what are you thinking for the midterms and for Trump if you have any thoughts on that? Well, I think there's some historic changes that the Democratic Party is not aware of. They have been for the last ten years a party of the very, very wealthy, the dot com corporate and the very subsidized poor. And the Republican Party turned into a nationalist workers populist party and it drove out, of course, had never Trump elitists, but nevertheless, part of that is we're starting to see a reemphasis on class rather than race and that's a disastrous for the Democratic Party because race in their way of thinking LeBron James and Oprah or victims. But my point is that we're going to see, I think, 50% of the Hispanic vote and these are people that I live in a predominantly Mexican American community, whether it's outrage about gas prices, inflation, crime, all of the border, and I think that I've never seen anything like it. So I think there's going to be a big pickup in seats. I think they'll take the Senate, but more importantly, they have the, they're going to be identified with a lot of middle class people and race will be secondary.

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The Price Controls We're Not Talking About

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:26 min | 2 d ago

The Price Controls We're Not Talking About

"From The Wall Street Journal, the so called inflation reduction act will be one of the greatest misallocations of federal resources in American history. The bill has many moving parts, but here's a simple way to sum up its macroeconomic impact. It would transfer about a quarter of a $1 trillion. Are you with me, my Friends? A quarter of a $1 trillion. Was that there was a time not long ago when a $1 billion was a lot. It takes a thousand $1 billion to make a trillion. The left is ruining the United States of America. The Democratic Party, the party of the left, the media, the media of the left. The universities, colleges, high schools, and elementary schools, the educational arm of the left. It would transfer about a quarter of a $1 trillion from America's pharmaceutical industry, which saves an extends lives and by the way a no fan of them either. The corruption involved in the vaccine alone. And the dishonesty there was enough, but it doesn't matter. He's right.

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DeSantis Suspends Tampa Prosecutor Who Won't Criminalize Abortion

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:44 min | 2 d ago

DeSantis Suspends Tampa Prosecutor Who Won't Criminalize Abortion

"Governor Ron DeSantis in Florida continues to show us show other governors and us how it's done. His latest move to suspend the Tampa state attorney. The DA of Tampa, who was by the way a left winger, he's a soro sky, and but this guy joined with a bunch of other attorneys and prosecutors. Basically saying that despite the Supreme Court's decision in the Dobbs case, that states are now free to make laws about abortion in Florida has a law. By the way, Florida's law is hardly extreme. I believe it restricts abortion after 20 weeks. But nevertheless, it's far too much for this prosecutor, a guy named Andrew Warren, and he essentially signed a statement that says, he's not going to enforce it. In Tampa. And similarly, Florida has a transgender law, which is described by desantis really very bluntly desantis goes, you know, they use these euphemisms, but what they're literally doing is chopping off the private parts of young kids and that's wrong. Boom, talk about putting things bluntly. But anyway, Florida has a law that limits transgender surgery. You can't just go about doing this. And this guy, Andrew Warren goes, so I want to enforce that law either. So desantis looked at the Florida state constitution, where it says an article for section 7, the governor mesa spend from office any county officer for malfeasance, miss fees and neglect of duty drunkenness and competence, et cetera, and decided to listen. You state attorney don't have the right to make laws in Florida.

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Biden's Economic Answer Is Always to Spend More

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:48 min | 2 d ago

Biden's Economic Answer Is Always to Spend More

"According to The New York Times, Biden's proposed budget, which, of course, is never going to pass, but it's a wish list of items. It was essentially designed to raise the spending. And Joe Biden admitted as much. In his State of the Union address, March 1st, 2022, he talked about fighting inflation, and his answer to fighting inflation was wait for it, wait for it. More spending because it's always more spending. Again, it's an ideological thing with these folks. This is why if they get reelected in November, it won't matter what the economic circumstances are. The answer is always the same. You fight inflation by spending more money. And then you fight not inflation by spending more money. And you find everything by spending more money as it turns out, you have to fight with your wife, spend more money like always, everything is fought by spending more money because you just got to spend more money. Here's Joe Biden in March of 2022, and not all that long ago. Talking about the way to fight inflation is to spend more money. One way to fight inflation is to drive down wages to make America's poor. I think I have a better idea to fight inflation. Lower cost, not your wages. That means make more cars and semiconductors in America. More infrastructure, new innovation in America. More goods moving faster and cheaper in America. More jobs where you can earn a good living in America. Instead of relying on foreign supply chains, let's make it in America. Economists call this increasing the productive capacity of our economy, our economy. I call it building a better America. My plan, the Biden inflation. We'll lower your cost and lower the deficit. Right, it lowers costs and lowers that deficit by spending more money. I mean, that's how you fight inflation is by spending more money because again, it's all part and parcel of the broader economic. Agenda here.

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"second part" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

02:22 min | Last month

"second part" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"It's literally so rose's eyes are light up. Idea, I like it. Cool. Yeah, I had heard that as well. And so it was like, oh, let's have a look at that because I think it's out now. It's literally out there. It's very cinematic now. Do you remember how it started and how it is now, like it's so like, it's like a movie now. It just looks incredible. It's big in America, right? Because Drake and Zach or something. Yeah, yeah. He is even in that Canada as well. Do they have similar slang? Sorry, I forget Drake's Canadian is and then you're reading anything else you'd like to shout out, recommendations wise, any music, any of you think he should have escaped by Jade LB. Okay. She'll have a podcast called echo chamber podcast, which is really good parts. They had their last ever episode last week. But if you get to go back and listen to all their episodes, it's great. They'll be a comeback, you know it. Yes. I'm hoping that this one, yeah. And I hope there's thousands more of your episodes as well. It's such a joy to listen to. And this has been so nice to chat. So thank you so much for taking the time to hang out. Thank you so much for having us. Listeners, if you want to get in touch, go to at homo sapiens on Instagram at homo sapiens podcast on Facebook, particularly with your agony uncles, maybe rosa nano help us out with some more 'cause their advice was a hell of a lot better than mine. And email your comments and questions to hello at homo sapiens podcast dot com and listen to tutus which is our every Wednesday. The pair of you, thank you so much. Thank you. All right, listeners. Thanks so much. Bye now. The next time you order up some calamari. Stop for a minute and think. Where does this actually come from? This summer, foreign policy is partnering with the Walton family foundation to bring you a new podcast. The catch. Each episode offers a behind the scenes look at the current state of global fishing by tracking squid. From the waters off the coast of Peru to the processing plants all the way to the restaurants and finally your plate. Join us as we learn what squid tells us about the state of our oceans follow and listen to the catch wherever you get your podcasts..

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"second part" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

08:05 min | Last month

"second part" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Is I mean it's interesting, isn't it? Because one of the words it says in this question is is it wrong to resent my family for thinking it's easier to hide my sexuality from my homophobic grandfather? Resentment is terrible. It eats you from the inside. So I would say to this person, let's try and get away from resentment and let's try and manage it another way. I completely agree with what you're saying. It's like people are all like tiptoeing around the old people. They learn shit when they need to. And I don't think we should give them that bandwidth sometimes I'm like, what? You know, it's not fair. And also, given a chance, see what they say, given the chance to say whether they care or not, because we worry often we worry a lot on people's behalf of like, oh, what are they going to do? And also what's weird and unweighted in that whole decision is like, the grandparent is being given ultra respect and you're being given none. And that says something about what you think deserves more respect. So there's actually a bit of homophobia going on from the people wanting to hide it, not the grandfather, because why do I why do they get more than I do? It's really like you said as well is it's about speaking to your family and not trying to get rid of resentment, sit them down and say this is not acceptable what are we going to do? Let's make a decision together, right? I think so I think the resentment is just, it's too heavy on your heart. Yeah. Yeah, it makes you really does make you angry. For yourself, I will say free yourself. Free yourself, love it. Okay, we've got one final question. What do I do if I find out my boyfriend is on grindr? Oh. I've had so many people say that their boyfriend's on price. Yeah. Without their knowledge. How do you know that your boyfriend's in ground? Well, you do it on granddaughter. Or maybe someone told him on grindr. Yeah, maybe. Oh, they've gone through the phone. Oh, they've completely in the middle. Clearly, there's no chance here. Have you two ever gone through the phone? Of another half. I have. I did, but I did it because they went through my phone first. Okay. You know two wrongs don't make a right. Do you know what? If I was quite a secure person until they went through my phone, then I thought my phone did they have something to hide a bit. Okay, so nana, did you find anything when you went through the phone? No. No, okay, good. So you felt guilty. Did they ever find out that you did it? Yes, I told them. That was good. Oh, wow, good on you. I'm surprised. And then rose, what about you? Oh, I found tons. No. I found so much. And she still denied everything. Yeah, we broke up, and we got back together anyway. And then we broke up again. Okay. I am guessing what's going on with this one is what happens a lot is that I find this and I'm sure this versions of this for everyone on the queer spectrum or whatever, but like a lot of my gay friends will say, you know that so and so who's in a monogamous relationship because it was open who cares. But like you know that they're on grindr and you're like how and you're like because they started talking to me as like some torso pick and then they sent some picks and they're like oh my God, that's so and so who I know is boyfriend. So what do you think in that situation? Is it a confront or is it? I think we recognize who the person is. You should say, I know you are so and so is a boyfriend. Right, okay. Tell him if the partner actually finds out so all of this if the partner actually finds out that the boyfriend is on grant, do they come across them, they have to compromise, absolutely. And do you confront an angry way or do you say, hey, it seems to me like there's a version of this relationship that you want that you're not getting. I open. I think that you have to make sure it's calm and you have to really. If it's of God. I love that. So could you pass me the potatoes, please? Right, I saw you on grindelwald. And it'll be starting. You can tell that they're lying. Yeah. Yeah. And also, if you're eating, they can't really get up and just leave. So then they kind of have to stick around and you keep it cash. I like that. You have to keep it. You can't let them, you can't be angry, you can't raise your voice. You have to be calm, if it's okay, darling, you can tell me. So is that roads I'm learning so much about you. So this is how rose approaches confrontation. This is definitely how I do it. So it's gentle and then suddenly you're like, oh, I can feel a knife in me and twisting. What is it? You look down you're like, they got me. Nana, how about you in confrontation? Where do you land? I'm not making a lovely roast. 'cause Oxford flour I need to ask you something, are you on grindr? He has to be in person as well. Yeah, absolutely. Okay, always in person. Does the person you're asking have a right to get angry if they had gone to your phone through their phone to find the information? So this is that's what my ex-girlfriend did. It became about me going through her phone. Rather than classic deflection. Yeah, exactly. No, but what we're going to do is deal with the fact that you on grindr first before we do the fact that I went for your film. Yeah. You can do it both. Look at that. So what rose would say at that point would say main course is you going through this and then dessert is me going through your phone. I like it. Okay, good. Thank you both for guiding us through our agony uncle woes. Should we do a bit of culture club just to wrap up in our final couple of minutes? Coach club where we talk about what our listeners are watching and reading and all the rest of it. Rate in D.C. creighton or something, Diana Ross, particularly love hangover, that's what they're listening to. I see. James AD has been listening to after the tone, podcast, do you know that one? Scotty, do you know after the tone? You'd like it, it's funny. Okay. Samuel's been watching suspicion on Apple. What are you two watching at the moment? Are you watching anything? I'm watching young Africa and famous on Netflix. Oh yeah. Yeah. Is it good? It's very scandalous. It is. Really? Yeah, there's like one queer person. He's just like most unproblematic one on there. Yeah, he's the best. Yeah. Yeah. Okay, well that's good. And then what are you watching? I'm watching Killing Eve at the moment. Season 27. What's happened and not the last year? This is a lot going on. We were just watching Peaky Blinders yesterday. I was like, how does anyone follow this? What is going on? I need to start that. I had as good as well. I know, I'm sure it's great, and it's season four, and I just started watching expecting to know what's going on. But you feel behind already, you know what I mean? Someone's been reading heart stoppers by Alice oseman. Have you two seen that tool? It's like a queer illustrated book, maybe a comic. They're amazing. Someone else is watching top boy. So that's new season now. How do you two ever watch that? Yeah. You haven't started the new season yet, but we are. There is a queer masculine sent in women in it. We need to get into it. Yeah. Have them on your podcast. Yeah..

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"Really see much representation. And then even in our early 20s as well, everyone was on YouTube and everyone was American. So we sort of think about we are British, our culture, and with different Americans. And just how exists and they would deliver different languages as well. It's just a different. So we just wanted to see ourselves. None of that doesn't even like the camera. But here we are. I didn't, Chris. Really? None of you make such good content. You're stuck now. The pair of you. It's funny that American thing, though, isn't it? Because I do feel like we find versions of ourselves in American culture and actually then don't do the jump of like, but hang on where's the English culture version? And that doesn't seem to be changing. In a weird way, like look at the euphoria, the amazing queer representation in that. What's the English euphoria? Yeah. I've actually heard someone else ask that as well, but they visit one. Did you watch euphoria? I did watch it yet. What did you think? I felt that season two was a bit of a waste. A lot of time wasted beautiful. Beautiful. Beautiful. Sam is talking, he has a way with the camera, but in terms of like the story we could have got a bit more. It wasn't that it wasn't juicy enough. Really interesting. None of the film maker. Yes, so none of you do well, the pair of you do about a million different things, right? None of you are a filmmaker and a writer, is that right? That's correct. And you did a film that was in flair, BFR. Yeah, yeah. What was the name of that again? Very exciting. And then rose, you've got a whole beauty line, right? So I love luxury skin care. So I just every day, a few times a day. May I say you're glowing today. Thank you. Thank you. And you are as well, none of you are as well, 'cause she's probably giving you the products. Oh, wow. And how did you get into that rose? A lot of my interest, I'm not going to lie. It's really ruining the updates. I love that. Some people go to Tinder for a day. You go for a job. I go for the interest for job ideas. Yeah, you know, I'm just going for it. And my girlfriend is also a beauty journalist as well. So she has a lot of PR packages and I just try everything. So I feel a lot of it. Where are we at with beauty for black skin? Is it improving? Yeah, it's improved there's a lot of companies that are coming up and black lines even for hair care as well. But there's also a lot of new black owned companies that come up, especially doing a lockdown and gets people a lot of people have time. So a lot of people have to launch their Orlando and do really, really well..

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"Each episode offers a behind the scenes look at the current state of global fishing by tracking squid. From the waters off the coast of Peru to the processing plants all the way to the restaurants and finally your plate. Join us as we learn what squid tells us about the state of our oceans follow and listen to the catch wherever you get your podcasts. Hello, welcome to part two of our delightful chat with two two podcasts. If you haven't had part one, head back to the feed listen to part one. If you have already heard part one, here's part two. Since you started, have you noticed a change, like do you feel, I mean, so for example, I started homo sapiens with will in 2017, I mean, it's so weird how much the world has changed since. You would Scrabble around for a piece of content that was queer related to talk about each week. And now it's like there's ten things each week, like two blockbuster movies, four books, you know, how have you seen any changes? I think we've seen changing. We started in 2019. And we had to do too long. But yeah, there's always have to talk about it. But in the beginning, we did wonder, what are we going to talk about? We're going to do this week. How are you going to find things to talk about? And that's why we had so many guests because we thought, okay, they could bring something new, but now there's so much to talk about. We try not to have a guess every single week anymore because then we forget about all the stuff to talk about outside of the guests. So it was definitely improved. I kind of love listening to you to talking to each other because it's got that lovely thing about friendship, which is specific. And also I kind of want you to go back to something that you were talking about that is really silly, but funny, you know. And I'm like, oh, I wonder if we're going to go back there. And I mean, the guess is a different thing as well. It's good to have it all, isn't it, I suppose. Yeah, people do, they say the same thing they prefer when it's just the two of us. Look at this we're a bit more relaxed. Yeah. Yeah, because it's not so rigid. Yeah. Most of the time, we don't even know what we're going to say. We just got to the studio and press and we're just going to start chatting. So. If you wanted to sort of give yourself a bit of advice to the versions of yourself starting, what would you say? Maybe we should get to the studio on time. That's changed. So we should say to our present self. Okay. It's actually no different. We're just lucky that our friend owns the studio and that's your friend. Yeah, yeah, he's really laid back. We used to go to another studio and we would miss most of the studio time because it was so late. I know nothing about him, but he looks a little bit like long suffering. He's kind of knows you too, and he's like, here we go. He's prepared. He's just prepared. Just relax and have fun and keep going and don't take it too seriously. Because in the beginning, I was quite nervous. I think you can hear it from like the first few episodes you can hear the nervousness, but I would say they lack because I'm not a camera person and I love a camera. I'm a Libra. Is that a Libra thing? I didn't know that. Oh, we have main characters. If I were to listen back to the first episode we ever did of our podcast, like I'm literally like this. Hello. Yeah, all that sounds good. In my head, I was being like, yeah, wicked. Like really, you're just, yeah, it was so shy, because it's all new and all of that. But do you feel like it's something that you'll do forever? Yeah, I think so. If none of them want to do because then it gets bored. So but you know, I'm actually quite proud of mine now. This is probably the longest thing I've seen her stick out to do. Wait, wait, hold on. Don't listen to that. This is the first time. But I think, yeah, I think I would love to do. I think I was thinking about this the other day, actually. And I was thinking, I just, 'cause of the reception that we get from people will be out at that baby. So pussy palace, and people feel like you've been such an important part of my journey, you know? And that's just amazing. So I think, yeah, if I can do forever, I will do. Yeah, yeah, eventually matter select biweekly, maybe. So busy. Oh, God, yeah. You know, I hope you do continue. Can I ask you if you would mind helping me with some agony uncle? Oh, actually, before we do that, can I say one thing? Because you're making me laugh so much. What was that thing you were talking about the other day about straight people are so gay? Oh my God. So explain soggy biscuit for anyone who doesn't. They're not go for it. Oh my gosh, okay, so it's a group of guys. And it's a gift to competition. So they stand around in a circle, and they happen to be. This is straight member. In school, straight mentor schools that say, or even under sports, apparently rugby, they stand in a circle and the first, the last one to ejaculate on a biscuit has to eat everybody's soggy biscuit. There is one in the miserable, so that's either one soggy biscuit. So I went to a school where that was spoken about a lot. And I never saw anyone do it. But when you were talking about it and you were like, it's the gayest thing ever. I was like, yeah, it's so good. What the hell? Who came up? You came and you know what, people, when we tweeted it, people were saying that we're lying. Yeah, lots of guys. I was at your projection right now. Yeah, you know, it's true. Yeah, what you two doing got too much time in your head. No, no. It's real. Yeah. So that was from our guest Donny sunshine. He came up. That was it. And he would just tell us about his own experience as a young queer man. And he would just say that everything queer, he saw from a straight man. And yeah, and it went into that, this other podcast we went on, the guy was talking about all these examples of how men have been with other men and he's found uncomfortable, but they were always straight men. Straight men are. They're gay. Well, also I'm in Jane said this thing which I've always loved is that most homophobia is directed at straight men by straight men. You know what I mean? It's them calling each other that. They're obsessed with it. Yeah, that's true. That's what we're talking about on the podcast. It was talking about men being scared to eat a banana. And they happen to make it off. It's just so silly. It's so silly. It's so funny. Reminding me, yeah, someone always told me never make eye contact with someone when you're eating a banana. I've never thought about that. It's just like, you're just sexualizing everything. It's weeds. Yeah. I.

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"Your host. This week on homo sapiens, we are joined by podcasting royalty as they say, rose from Pong and then at Dunkin. They are two best friends who host a wonderful queer weekly podcast tutus. Just to say really that this interview was recorded before the horrible events of the weekend and I wanted to first send my love to the members of our LGBTQ+ community and to anyone with a womb out there who have already been affected by the Supreme Court's decision to overturn roe versus suede. It is one of the most devastating pieces of news for all of our liberty all over the world to have happened in recent times and we're sharing resources in our episode description where you can go to seek help at this horrible time and where we can all be going to give help as well how we can support people who need support because of this decision. We are also sending our love to all of those affected by the devastating gun attack in the London pub in Oslo at the weekend. Two people were killed at 21 was seriously injured in the attack and it has been a silver lining of sorts to see how our community has banded together in the face of this tragedy. I'm sending love to everyone affected in Norway. Tomorrow, we will be releasing an extra episode on the feed where I'll be speaking to Thai Cersei from gaze against guns, which is an organization that seeks to protect LGBTQ+ people from gun violence and prevent deaths via gun violence. And takes the most beautiful queer inventive way to raise awareness to try and rode back some gun lords. It's a great chat. I can't wait for you to hear it. So that will be out tomorrow. So I hope you are all doing okay. I hope you are looking after each other in these difficult times and this is the episode I recorded with nanna and rose before the last week's horrible events and I'm sending you all a load of love. Welcome to this week's episode of homo sapiens,.

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"The second part of President Biden's face to face meeting with Russians president is underway with the 11 o'clock report. I'm Sara Lee Spray King. Now President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin have started the second part of their meeting before the summit even took place in Geneva. ABC is Karen Travers says the president outlined some of the topics he said they would be discussing, he says this will be different. He will put pressure on Vladimir Putin on issues like cyber security because of the recent spate of RANSOMWARE tax. Launched out of Russia. He's also going to push him on human rights issues and the poisoning imprisonment of Alexey Navalny, the Russian opposition leader. Ukraine is also going to come up and Russia's election interference. CBC's Patrick Revel has covered Putin in Moscow for ABC. Both sides going into this have made clear That they don't expect the relationship to improve from this significantly. It's all about managing what is a bad relationship. At one point. A reporter in that pre meeting scrum asked the President Vladimir Putin could be trusted. The president appeared to not yes, but the White House quickly issued a statement saying that the president was not responding to any one particular question. Sherry Preston ABC News and now for your latest traffic and weather together from the You see how traffic center you see health urology provides expert care for your a lot. Cases, including prostate conditions, Visit you see help dot com slash services. Last urology for details North Bend 75 Bank up to a 15 minute delay between Kyle's and the brand Spence Bridge and that is growing. Got a report of an accident that is eastbound are partly westbound 74.

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"second part" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

12:53 min | 1 year ago

"second part" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"And lines are blurred even with the screener for the first episode on mccown again here. This is what i get to do for a living and to be able to bring something out of the o. Del toro's immagination to live a dream or nightmare. Come true shank you guys cheers. Enjoy the rest of your. Jonathan hyde is once again to billionaire now turned partial vampire held bridge health. That's the big bet. That was the great leap forward. Is chairman mouse. You know the the wants you. It's the most valuable resource we have. Isn't it our health and if you've got it then then then to think that an eighty six year old guy has never been healthy another day in his life when he hasn't been paying all of a sudden he's he's he's he's got strength through that woman over the over the he's got viggo as well big so cautious that stops that's A real game changer. And he discovers humanity to some degree so in fact. He's i think he's more conflicted because of that so in his progress towards the inexorable his is on more difficult resistance is something that he can cope with felli efficaciously no. He's just extending extending his reach. A little more as per the agenda of the the whole diabolical plot. I mean he he. He has to be very charitable in a broad sense to members of the public to help them out a difficult situation. He comes across the patrick in a semi regards himself. As as as as in a sort of an equal to the mazda. I wouldn't be beyond the bounds of that that given the right seconds as once. He's been turned that he would. He would Occupy the the big seat as it were. I don't think he would entertain too many thoughts that that that he would remain to sitting on the right hand of the most. I think he'd probably wanted to get him that chair. That's culprit thinking isn't it. I mean it's lethal and toxic. God knows look at looking at the world around us. They didn't degrees. Thank you very much humanities thing that that occupies him most. I think in the season. That's as much as i can say on. By the way hearst's were thinking in the at the time of century buying mexico when they just by the whole place by the whole country. Gosh that's that's that's karma to. I think he can comfortably by a country or two when you talk about action there is actually not. It's not like poland action sick a little bit. Yeah he he gets more involved. he does get more. But essentially the penthouse is the best place to be when things are going silly on the street. St once fitzwilliam at shown his true colors the son of a bitch we really was the turncoat. They've the treacherous you know. I'm great told you no doubt gone absolutely absolutely shredded from my memory. Never give him another thought dead to me and he has a new assistant. He's not going to answer the door. Sure types to one of my favorite actors on the show. Kevin durant is the rat catcher turned hero sharing his his abode with all these people and use a lone wolf. He's he's a really meticulous guy and he's a little bit uncomfortable and we're seeing a bunch of different colors. His spectrum this year But even within all of that he he has developed a lot of feelings for these people and and he's pragmatic and realizes that without dan. You know Chances are slimmer with them. We might have a winner. Yeah the the the relationship. With abraham definitely evolved a lot in the second season of 'em between david and i we were just talking about kind of become like family so i think it translates on screen and yeah i mean. There's a couple really interesting connections. I mean even even even between athens vasily like there's a couple of moments where they they. They understand the situation now. Everyone understands that That we're all we got so the annie's been bitten and we all want everyone to survive. I don't know if that's possible. Yeah we soon find out. I think if you if you would read the books joe. He always had these journals where he would talk about how he was like not quite like this but he was like a flower flourishing within the apocalypse because he all of these skills this meticulous attention to detail he knows everything by see above ground and underground he knows everything about how how rats populated say how how we kill them and how he he knows. He knows such an enormous amount of information. That really didn't come in handy and now that everything is john. Absolutely the crowd He realizes that he has a a true value in this evocative and more swag girls are paying more attention. You know the type of woman that might not have paid attention back in the day to see was iraq kitchen as we saw in the first season people were kind of talking down there and a lot of the time and little did they know that he was actually like a quite a scholarly fellow and So yeah he's He's stepping up. He's feeling good has been having feverish. Nightmares about these mosses entire life. And we get to be the benefactor so of this world this mythology that he has been developing for decades and decades. You know so. It's why feel so full and so rich and all i have to do is show up grow goatee and and and same lines and so he he makes it very easy and built a team around him. That's just filled with A bunch of people that that that make it easy for us to do so. It's it's interesting because a of that kind of force over and check in 'cause father it really didn't respect what he was interested in trying to drive him down a certain direction that party rebelling against him. But i i don't know i i don't think that they Ever side i maybe. Maybe when he was a young boy now he gets it with. And i get to learn from from anelda. Does new mentor It's a it's a really nice nice touch. But what i tand say is relationships. All relationships was so fresh. When you think of how many days did very few days that had passed by the end of the season so All of the relationships kind of have have stepped up a notch. Some people like a bunch of noxious That's gonna be interesting for everybody. See a lot of that stuff you kinda. If forces him to kind of open things that maybe he never even knew he had and exciting. And it's uncomfortable fun to play. Here's his comments on the relationship between the silly and dutch yeah. It's the first time that you've ever looked into a woman's eyes and saw his own reflection so it throws off and it's it's It's both exciting and kind of terrifying. Always kind of in control. And she's very strong on very very funny play. Will you know what. I have. Read all the books. But i don't really feel any comfort in that. Because i don't know if you've talked to carlton yet. Have you talked to your so back in the days at seventy two percent fictional other heels. I know he says it's eighty-one one sensation fiction. I mean Take offense the original skeleton of the you know. Now we're we're we're adding a whole lot of different muscles arteries and blood and skin and and and So even though the structure is similar lot stuff changes within it so that could be any characters who come and go you know and who who knows who's going or the books informing me a lot Because in in the graphic novels he's very very stoic And in the books he was described as that as well but it was in his journals that he talked about this flourishing. So because i don't have the journals. I thought i would just play the flourishing which is way more fun as opposed to being life man those empires. Gosh this sucks. Say all right these amplifiers. The you know he's having a good time. I also license rich person's apartment and was like so much money. You have you ever. Yeah yeah yeah. Rebellious winds very not betting. Me i know more about your place in you do yeah. And he did and He has a lot of that comes from this. Top two right and so So stepping into the world in into the new world now he's Almost feels like a different man. He's he's i think there's a part of him that hopes that his father still alive so he could see how great years how great he's become. Thank you so much. Thank thank you to leave. I'll miss you have a great rest of your con- and enjoy the show. And that is part. One of my look at the strange special. Thanks to fx in san diego comic con. Look for the strain. On sunday nights on that network check your local listings this tony to lotto thanks for list. Hey it's greg grunberg the mind reading cop on heroes. Yes i know what you're thinking i to listen to sign talk and you and i are doing that right now. I can only control you to a certain extent. Continue listening. you're gonna love it. Sifi talk with me. Greg robert from heroes..

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Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"second part" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"A single narrative. Thank you guys. Miguel gomez agustin also known as gus whose character now has a new role in this series. I think it's a beautiful thing. I think it's great that they showed a guy comes from tough environments on the streets and the hood and the ghetto. And they show him that he's actually trying to do right and it's not just going to be a victim of his certain sense. He loves his mother very much. No and he's driving forces. You know. I want to do the right thing. My mom and my family. I wanna get us out of this environment. And the best way that i can. Because he doesn't have all the tools around to be able so the show that side of him and for them to take that from. I think makes it even a deeper level of wanting to do the right thing and redeem his own family and revenge and anger and love and sadness. And you see this guy. This is going through all this sort of stuff and that has integrity. I think so It's it's really great for for for the character for the show and for season two somewhere to go with the people see another size. They don't just judge a book by you see right away and you might have a certain opinion of him because of what other films are other patrols of this sort of characters but if you give them a chance something good that's what i'll take away. The most. he seems to just keep missing the team in season one. Will he meet up and possibly join them in the second season. They definitely cost. They finally finally start to meet each other And yeah. I'm waiting for that too. I i think he can offer team a lot with with the training that he has growing up in on the streets in the streets can basically in the street. You can die at any moment just like the weather just was happening now these vampires and these bloodsuckers and all that exists right now in the street like you can go outside and somebody can just take your life and you gotta sorta be trained for that. And it's sort of his shaved head tattoos. It's just battle armor. She's a defense mechanism. So he knows that very well and i think he can help the team as far as what steps to take the steps not to take an even deeper than that. He's just a person is trying to do the right thing. Flawed makes it out of mistakes. But he's trying to do the right thing and he's not going to give up until he redeems his mistake. I think so. I think so. I think it's important. I think his driving forces is is love gone forces. Low can go a long way. I think he has a very low tolerance for bullshit. It's really not what you say to me is what's happening. What's going on. are you doing this. you're not to him either. Yes or no fighter die you know so helps instead of having like a questioning and there's no you down or you're not down are we. Are we going. we're not going. I think that's his approach is all in or he has one goal and if you can help them achieve their goal. He's going to ride with you. If you not chuck hogan the co writer of the novels were the del toro and also brought some of the episodes in season. One talks about his involvement. This sees no. I've been fully involved Learned a first season really. Did i mean everyone did writing crew on and i feel like we've really stepping up. You know season two So been monitored some fun to watch the show of all from the inside And i think it will show on the outside you know for for people start watching season one with so much about Devolving mystery of what's going on and you know how these creatures get here. Vk season two of the people of new york are aware that there's a threat. They're aware of so they were able to react and interact with them in very different ways. So so it's less writing wise less exposition stories out there right now. We can really play in the space that we created season one. New things I think the biggest new thing is probably again People are aware that there is a threat. And they're and they're trying to hold off so this city councilwoman in staten island. Staten island because of geography. It's an island covered nearby Surrounded by by water so they're able to their out the vampires from there and she kind of rises to prominence within new york city because of her success in defeating the of empires is a character. Who wasn't in the book at all and really grew out of out of us. Thinking big picture will be needed for season. Two and how to sort of personified new yorkers response to display but seeing them on screen as much differed of with. They're called the feelers their children who were Who were blind. They could turn by the by the master. I said i had to sort of extrasensory. And they're expert Quick so they're very Slinky very scary Creepy of special that Kelly turned vampire sorta come under her wing almost like her children in a very good we. I mean it's so much fun for us to be able to go back and forth. In time i mean that is really sort of his creation. Story there but But yeah we will see We will go back in time and try to think we will. We will see other things not necessarily focused on him. But he's in it and there's another character who opt reacts with any in the past Not an ancient but another Very interesting very different. There's more sci fi talk so stay tuned back on fi talk. I'm tony natalie. Brown plays kelly good weather. Who is now. The vampire mother to the children have been night. You could say but her son. Zack is still very much on her. Mind the custody battle that never. It's it's still a fight for exact. Over what kelly things best versus. What things best. I mean i'm not out to harm him to turn him connecting the only new way. Kelly knows how to connect. And it's painful to not be with this with the person that you love and connect with the most so there's this huge void and sympathy that i have for kelly and i should stop at nothing to get him back in the beginning. Kelly's very singular in her focus in the master has let her out on a fairly long lead to do her bidding and in turn his own but she's she's more freethinking higher functioning more upright less twitchy a bit more of a mature vampire if you will as the season progresses emotional palette does expand you have access to memories and the master can do as he sees fit but by allowing that. I think allows you more abscess to act out his wishes. The best part in it was primarily my experience in season two such an amazing time working with these young performers who are so physically gifted and really let me off the hook so i'm not nearly as nimble and a lot of the vam scurry around on all fours and it wasn't my forte. So i get to sort of stand there and have them do my bidding. But it's a new family for kelly. It's a surrogate family. I just can't wait to see. More of a national geographic. Take on mama. Bear and her cubs. She feels a connection to them. I mean they're they're.

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"second part" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"second part" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Play not not necessarily just sweep father son relationship anymore onto character. That is that something that you talk to play them. Why would you wanna play somebody. Who doesn't have any clause guy seems more interesting I tried myself. Not being a a puritan and eh try not to moralise or sort of editorialize on my characters and and it's the more contradictions you could find the character. I think the more interesting it is rugged meters is hacker dutch builders who originally broke down the internet or for the master but is now on team. Good weather found a bit of sense of self with this group that she feels that she can be a little bit more cheeky humorous she. She's a little bit more connected with all of them so she can. She feels a sense of trust with them. So that's been that's been fantastic. I asked her if there was a possibility of something happening between brazilian dutch as we saw in the first few episodes deceit skinny dip. There is definite expiration in that direction. How far or what happens. I'm not gonna tell you. She's definitely starting to find happiness. I think one of the lovely things about dutch is that wrong is that she finds. This might actually exciting to the other characters. It's the end of the world to her. She's finding that best and she's got a bunch of friends and people that kind of need even though she she calls republicans initially. She's found. I think due to his nature of being a little bit spunky. There's always a little bit of tension but I think they kind of find endearing and see how qualities more than her disadvantages maybe to say every character has their own goal in this season on their way of achieving is different. So we're all together as a unit but then we have our own talents at annoying ways of combating and one of the ways Certainly for fat is to slowly take back ownership of his area to begin with and may and beyond. So that's that's his tactic at the beginning. We'll see that works well. I i didn't have much one on one contact with gang because he doesn't direct but when he comes on to say and when he gives you his his bit of advice and it's amazing because he's such a fun character he's got such a kid like Quality to him what you just see his enjoyment and somethings working cycle. It's inspiring to someone who is. I just looked back on. Wow your mind is incredible. Say i feel very lucky. To be veteran. Producer called in coups is one of the show runners and executive producers. I'm a busy man. I know i I i don't take it for granted. I consider myself to be very grateful that i'm able to You know debt to tell these stories and the people seem to like him and people care enough to ask questions about them and so that makes me happy on sleep season one was really about people trying to kind of come up. -demia logical crisis. It turns into this vampire apocalypse and most people are like wait. People are turning into vampires. So we've gone. Denial in disbelief into acceptance and then by the end by the beginning of season to most people accept. Yeah there are these vampires here so the question of season two is. What are we going to do about it. And it's really about all of the characters each in their own way kind of trying to confront. How are we gonna stop the spread of this vampire flag so like corey stoll in me and my astros characters. Basically as epidemiologists tried to engineer a way to wipe out the vampires citric in is looking for the luminous mysterious book that may or may not have all the answers to how to wipe out the master. gossen fatter. Just trying to kill as many vampires as possible so the show is really much more of you know the motto. For the season and fighter dies very apt i think and samantha mathis is in new characters a councilman from staten island. Who basically sort of suspense traditional civil liberties as and decides the white vampires data stanton island incident and succeeded in doing that. So then the question is. Do you want to put someone like that in charge someone who may guarantee your safety but at the cost of sort of some of the intrinsic basic elements of a democratic society that we all you know value so what what kind of trade offs there. The feelers are basically Blind children that have been turned into these super speedy. Really horrific vampire creatures and they are awesome and creation of aguirre on chuck's from the book and we decided this was a great way to ramp the force of opposition season two. I mean one of the things. I love about the the books that drew me to the project is there's multiple layers of antagonism in the walking dead. You've got one kind of zombie in our show. We have all sorts of different types of vampires with different agendas and different powers. And that's super fun as a writer to have all those tools. In the tool chest we will learn more about the ancients There's obviously mr mr quinlan who is A other mythic creature. Who also very much comes into play. So yes there's a lot more the the weeks we expand our knowledge of the vampires side of things significantly in season. Two that sir. The the The second season is really the first half of the second book. but it's eighty percent invented. I mean the show follows some very basic The sort of fundamental narrative but as i said literally eighty percent of the story including characters like justin play by samantha. Mathis or the dutch character. They don't even exist in the books and the and the fate and the outcomes in the proportion of time we spend with the characters is vastly different. Which i think is great. I think we've taken. I think he was the right thing to do. Take these you know. Make make version a television. That's our own. So it's it's it's generally connected to the books and relies on the wonderful base that the books provides the storytelling. But it's it's a lot of really. It's a lot of cool original story. He's character has their own arc and they you know they overlap. The characters are all really the most of the characters are are living at bats place and so they they have different pursuits but they kind of come back together and they they all sort of remained a bit of a team but you know the the characters have their own agendas. And they're they're approaching trying to solve this crisis each in their own way and So the shows a little bit more of a mosaic and.

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"second part" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"second part" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The second part of that is pretty obvious and that that's what we're used to hearing from quarterbacks or anybody is that we just don't execute that Z just what it is. We need to be better than third down. We need be better in the red zone, and that's how quarterbacks especially but offenses are judged the other part about receivers in the drops and the offensive line struggling I mean, I have a feeling I know where you're gonna go with this because you're probably gonna think that this is nothing much but don't brought up a good point that we're just not accustomed to hearing that very often. Most of time. Quarterbacks, especially in this situation, say we lost as a team. Well, I mean, he did say that, though he did say we lost the team. We didn't go out next year. We weren't doing things. And then he pointed to some of the specifics of that. You know, he was off target on some throws. Some receivers won't re expected him to be offensive line. Let's um guys through, I mean way. Sit here on his media. We get mad that they don't ever give us specifics, and it's the same quotes and then we do get they do give us the quotes that we make it like them the villain. That they gave us the specifics. So that's that's why athletes don't give those specifics. Because this is this is exactly what happens as much ado about nothing In the end. We all saw what happened. The offensive line was overmatched. The receivers did drop falls and working the place that they're supposed to be. Pablo Hauls was hobbled duty injury. I mean, what were you like? I don't understand the fervor over this today because I feel like this is this is all no nonsense stuff. It's just It's easy for me to get run off of it. Bye bye. Jenning up that only through one of the bus that didn't happen and flat out didn't happen there. He just went through, gave specifics and probably isn't going to do that anymore because of the reaction to it. Well, now there, right, So that's that's kind of the thing. And you know we're the same page because we usually want The players to be a little more honest with us we want Ah, sound bite that tells the story based on what we all saw, And if he would have said, Oh, I I take all this on me this you know the this loss even though we all could say Well, yeah, your your stats in the end didn't really point to. Ah, brilliant game from you. But we also know that that's not all on you. You were out there fighting the whole time. We We know Patrick Mahomes was out there doing the best he can with the injury with I mean his receivers having the drops and the offensive line to whether they're the thing. And you know my my whole point that I was making a couple of days ago about him potentially having this Lost. Stick with him wasn't so much about him. It was more about all the other stuff. It was more about the effect of having all those things go wrong on that stage. Having any semblance of that happen next year and what that could do for his psyche. That was a little bit and you also tie in the surgery that he's having on his foot. And they, you know you're supposed to sit out most of the offseason here, there could be lingering effects there. I don't anticipate that they're obviously anticipating that, But once again, it's a guy that definitely uses his legs. In order to have s capability. If you if you did the same thing to Russell Wilson, it would be brutal for his game. He's quality quarterback. No question. But if you took out his escape ability, that would be a big head to him. Yeah, and in a big big hit anybody I don't think I just think that people are are always looking for something salacious to get you to click on or they, you know, they always play this stuff up and you know, at the end of me, it's just it's just football guy trying to talk about football, and, you know, I mean, he's holding it to be self evident like we got beat. You know, that's self evident. Like what happened. Well, you saw it, But, you know, all reiterated to you if you need me to like those are to me. The questions are bad. Always asking a specific It's just people looking for a sound bite. And then they're saying things like, Well, tell me about, you know, the brutal lawsuit. Tell me about not cross the ends off the first time or it's not real question. That's just some guy just pointing out an anecdote for the game. What you wanted to say? Yeah, and you know how much like I think for me? I would be specifically. Hey, look, how much do you think the physical injuries you know, took their toll on you in the game. Do you think that was there might be a question in there. We don't write. This was the small samples when I heard the whole thing I thought it was, but they looked like they were just looking for him. You know, he threw him out of the bus. You know, every looking Across the board. On specifically on social media. People are always looking for someone to blame for something, whether it's politics, whether it's sports, whatever's always point the finger. Who's to blame? Who's to blame? Who's to blame? Why? Why is that? The thing cares? Who's to blame? What went wrong And how do you fix it? You know, and that that's to me. Those of the questions that you get into it. You get the better answers out of you ever looked at Bill Belichick. There are times where he's just that we're on to Cincinnati. And then there were times where he gets really nuanced, detailed answers. And those nuanced, detailed answers, which are great, by the way, tend to come from people asking the right questions you have you personally have a knack for this. You're really good at asking questions to suss information out of people. That's a craft. I'm trying to learn and being an interview, But like in these in these pressures or whatever I get so frustrated because people ask these Pavel of generic and you know, you could tell what they're trying to do. Trying to suss out a sound bite. So they got their headline as the story writes itself. The story is you being outraged at the headline they put up. This is why athletes hate the interviews why they hate media. They feel like it, So it's always a gotcha game. So what? We're good at using media to get their point across to That's what it felt like This just felt like gotcha stuff. And in the end I I love them. But I disagreed with him on this one. I don't think there's much ado about nothing. I think it's a guy who's just for us. You know, he still living off that the bitterness of that loss. And you know, trying to explain it as best you can. Okay. All right. We could move on the odds for the F C West are outs from points Bet And it's probably not a surprise. 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"second part" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"second part" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Second parts. You waiting by the phone? You've got to hear what goes down. We'll do it in three minutes on kiss. Maybe you don't understand what I'm going to go, Sonny. Got you mind telling me what you got? Runaway girls run off on until noon..

"second part" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"second part" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"At Angela. So the second part of where do we go from here? Everybody should be wearing a math. That's what each of us can do. To be helpful, and we will be taking a look at it in a couple of weeks. Another package based upon the conditions that we confront We've been pleased with the number of jobs that come back. There is an indication Economy is likely to come back, but they're still challenge for us to have a normal situation across the country seems to be the next package if there is one. And I believe that will be one must contain involved Number one liability protection. And this is not just for business hospitals, doctors, nurses, nonprofit universities. College is Kate, 12 so that people who acted in good faith during this crisis are not confronted with a second epidemic of lawsuits in the wake of the pandemic that we're already struggling with. Unless you're grossly nice, good or intentionally engaged again. Condo. You should be protected from liability during this process. Was that necessary? As of a couple of weeks ago, Already 1100 Army trial lawyers out there ready to take advantage of this situation. We cannot get back to normal. If.

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"second part" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"second part" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Three out to the road again mine at the ready Mike and Kristen double teaming your ride this four o'clock hour with the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes might to start with you all right Laurie a lot of familiar backups as we start the afternoon rush here the expressway south is backed up just outside of the tunnel down in South Bay from there it's really not too bad to get down George Brian to have that for the second part of the backup begins northbound seems to be fine all the way in route three south is backed up a little coming off the expressway there back up to speed one twenty eight south backs up before great plane have down to data ninety three son of both ways getting to route twenty four no surprise there up north one twenty eight north bound stopping to route thirty eight to ninety three ninety three is inching along from the upper deck through Medford over route three now the mall free insurance call to cut a deal with the usual suspects three three north out your slow route sixty two in Bedford again up around the Concord river in Concord road by the time you get the trouble cove road things clear out for the most part headed for the average life well that was Kristen I can offer insurance copter route one is good if you Saugus in Lynnfield it's not terrible downtown the Tobin bridge outbound fact on the blue brand but it's like that most afternoons the lower decks okay the left right up ramp is slow stroke drive too slow coming into Lefferts circle all the airport tunnels are good miking WBZ's traffic on the three is okay and now the weather and Brian Thompson has it for us well the brisk winded signs into tonight with partly to mostly cloudy sky low thirty three tomorrow times.

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"second part" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"second part" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Now, my thing is did they obvious. I got two questions. One thing that they already know this previously, or does this something that just popped up in seemed like that. You know you kinda find out something like is within a whole year in for now just to react at it. Now is boom. Like that's why. Rock. I, I don't know the answer. I'm waiting for someone from Georgia. Maybe give us some more information we had a bunch of people on Friday night at the time. Nobody really knew. It's hard for me to believe that this incident went unnoticed by Georgia rice. But I don't know. Okay. And then the second part was I will, I will, I will say, what anybody else would disagree with saying Kirby's needs to be held to a standard, which he's been doing an excellent job as compared to mart was his recruiting the, the records of kind of eerily similar kinda of me to the fire. When people say, well, we ought to give a bit of the doubt now to enough back coaching decisions in the playoff game. I mean with the desperate championship game and with the SEC championship game, but I like to tell the fans that, you know, we need stuff getting into relaxed motives and everything's going to be fine. I mean some things that just obvious hopefully that he can learn from these mistakes that he's done. But my sense is I'm just trying to ask you what do you think as far as going ahead? You think that maybe this is our year? Or maybe we maybe two three years still out Rocco actually, the answer is I don't know. Thanks for the call. On paper, I think Georgia has as good a team has had in memory, but it really kind of Alabama season last year comes down to a couple of plays. And Georgia's case, I think they have a real really good shot or running the table during the regular season. So can they beat Alabama? Comes down to that really to two years in a row, they haven't been able to. But that may change. Anyway, lots to do on the program. Look forward to talking to you here and give us a ring at eight five five two four two seven two eight five. We have a lot to do today. Still no word from Jim Harbaugh. So anyone has seen coach Harbaugh today. Either hit us up on the phones or Twitter. We would like to know where he is. And what is he doing because this bets on as far as we're concerned? Tried passion, then pageantry of college football leaves here is the Paul finebaum show. Our one pint cast. New and the phone number eight five five four two seven two eight five. Gary in Virginia he Gary. I'm here. We'll good luck. Can we do for you? Just asking about if you guys in hurt any information on blacks, you're transferring out of Virginia. Take he went to Tennessee and Kentucky this weekend. But I hadn't heard nothing since I tell you what we haven't, we'll update you if we do. But thank you for asking Pete is Gusta Georgia. How are you? Pete. I'm doing Well, Paul. How are you today? Quite well. Thank you. Number one. I'm a Georgia, obviously Augusta Georgia both of my daughters and all my money went to the university of Georgia, but being a native ohioan and the Harbaugh brothers have being native Ohioans. I couldn't stand Jim Harbaugh because he was a turncoat and went to the university of Michigan that was for starters, then he went to the Chicago Bears after Michigan, and he was an embarrassment. They're never liked him in San Francisco when he was a coach. At least his brother had the decency to go to Miami university. And now, of course coaching in Baltimore so Harbaugh is not one of my favorites, but I will give him credit being a suburb of Detroit, and then Arbor, the. That don't forget Detroit gave us classic Motown. They will. You're right. I I don't wanna short sell Detroit. Some of the greatest music. That the that century still is true. True outta love. Aretha Franklin, even though she's dead. Still, you're, you're absolutely right about that. Okay..

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"second part" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"second part" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

"And look how you tackle this issue directly by Ryan about book, which you did mention a few moments ago conquer the chaos have to grow a successful small business without actually going crazy. I mean, can you tell me more about that book? And the message that you set out to deliver. You bet there's two parts to the book, by the way, I'm in the process of doing a rewrite, and we we may adjust it a little bit. But but the core of the message is exactly the same and I shared a little bit earlier there. The two parts are that mindset strategies in the system strategies, and the system strategies are all around what we do in CRM software. Get organized follow up an automate the mine. And set strategies really are about like I said winning the game in your mind and learning how to be optimistic, but in a very disciplined way, it's not head in the sand. You know, it's not head in the clouds. It's not all rain were rainbows and unicorns. I mean, small businesses really hard. And so you got to face the challenges, but you've got to do that with a lot of grit and optimism. And so we talk about to do that. We talk about how to find your your entrepreneurial independence that so important where you're not trying to be follow. What everybody else is saying. But you're also not so aloof and arrogant that you don't listen to the important feedback is necessary and finding that balance in between being whipped around by what everybody's saying versus being completely closed to whatever it is saying finding that spe that place is really important. It requires you to calm your ego. Calm your fears and get focused on on what matters. So we talk in conquer the chaos about these mindset strategies, we talk about system strategies as a whole bunch of other little tips and tricks all littered throughout the book. To help business owners as they figure out how to be successful. And the, you know, the subtitle is how to grow successful small business without going crazy. That's yeah. That's really the trick. Now, I've traveled over five thousand miles to try and learn more about how fate Knicks. He's building and exciting and vibrant tech community. Straightaway of live how driverless vehicles wearables industry, four.

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"second part" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"second part" Discussed on Venture Stories

"But really, you could see the winds of history picking up, and you make a bet that it will be bigger. So that at least has had that potential. The second part is it had to be something that I found really interesting and got more interesting over time because I think a lot of founders you'll start a business, and it turns out you do most of the interesting work in the first year, and then it's just execution. And frankly, like I need to be challenged like I do this because I like the challenge of the excitement of it and had to be something that got more and more interesting, the more you did it. So you didn't just solve the heart point of front than just reproduce and roll it out and had to be something more than the more. You did it and the third part, and this is kind of more. Optional it had to be the kind of thing that the kind of people that I like to work with customers like to sell to investors I like to work with one and demean balden because life's too short tour people you don't like. Doing things that you don't like yet. That's kind of a bonus for me when I think about AI the thing that was exciting for me was I saw there's interesting inflection point that happened about four or five years ago where we haven't actually invented any new machine learning techniques in about twenty years. So it might textbook from grad school has every single algorithm that anybody's applying today, and it was a printed textbook is back in have e books or anything like everything is the same. So what change will there's an inflection point where two things happen. Our accumulation of data hidden inflection point where we just started accusing so much data because all these systems, all he Sast tools became information. You know, spigots the second part was the cost of compute went down. So far that we could train the same models on orders of magnitude more more data, and so an algorithm that I would have learned the busy in classification even deep learning neural networks back in twenty years ago. They worked pretty good. But not great. But the limit was because there's only so much data. We had and so much data. We could train model on. Now, there's no limit. And so all of a sudden, you can build these AI systems across so many different industries. And so today, I'm tackling business intelligence something I saw firsthand at flurry. But you know, before I started out there was about a half dozen opportunities. I looked at across a variety of spaces ranging from manufacturing to even travel even to personal finance where operations where you used to have having human do it because it required decision making can be automated if you have enough data to put him his albums, and we do today, and it's kind of exciting I think it has to be something that's radically shifting like they said the winds of history behind it. I'm not going to go out there and find an artificial intelligence application for paper newspapers. Like that as not where I'm going, right? But if you could find ways to you know, better there's a lot of companies out there that optimizing content for websites in their whole suite of Susan's. Like, they're doing supply chain optimization. There's so many opportunities. It's almost as if in the early days in the internet every company could benefit from being online because there is functions that you could do. Better quicker that same is true machine. Learning there's every company can benefit from doing things, faster and cheaper. The question is which are the ones that shipped to you? Which ones have that kind of wind of history behind it in which ones, you know. Do you have the ability to tackle yourself? Cool. Joshua..

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