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Turns Out My Ex Didn’t Get Eaten by a Shark

Mega

02:25 min | Last month

Turns Out My Ex Didn’t Get Eaten by a Shark

"Well per us. I'm joined by my co host. He's the youth pastor for our high school ministry called climax. Please welcome tom graham. Hey allie hey gray. How's it going with your climax kids ellie. I'm in a bit of a personal crisis right now. in fact i'm just clean of. I guess like i feel like i've seen it goes to something you look like. You've seen a ghost. You're pam what's wrong. Well halley i guess for those who've been listening for awhile you know that i've had to really serious relationships in the past year you've mentioned before i've head mingo kim tomato got eaten by a shar do's and and also Becky buca over. Good about bob and Halley it turns out that mango is still alive. What she survived the attack there was no attack halley. No shark new attack no. She thinks her own death. Apparently she faked her own death. Halley i know so i'm kind of freaking out. 'cause i'm finding this all out because you know i had to. Essentially she started contacting me at my old place right now. Actually crashing it. My jeep set about with. I'm not sure if i mentioned in my class. And so she started leaving all these crazy messages and my old place. Until i'm like well. I can't go back to my condor and so now i'm just like pretty much. Hold up at the duplex and i'm just gonna stay there now because apparently make a ease back and she's alive. She was just hiding out in mexico. And like a love nasa something. And then. what's crazy. Is that becky to buco game. And then she got a like jelly of everything like my kids. Say and so. She's like posting all this trash online. About how like. I don't respect god's house to you know basically get like advance my career which is insane. My crew is amazing. So i'm just dealing with this whole thing right now with. I've got these you know you know. These three people like vying for my attention. You know to people.

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"shar" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

05:28 min | 2 months ago

"shar" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

"In the moment. Well i mean. I'm a big fan of especially at school. Plays rather than involving your ipad. Just used the two things in the middle of your head. They're called is just watch. it enjoy it. That's right. You are never no matter how much you don't believe this. You will never watch the fish play from the first grade again. Like i just can't guarantee you that enough so just instead of holding an ipod. It's better in your mind's eye. Yeah please don't hold an ipad up and block my view of my fish. You know what i mean like put the everybody put the ipads down. I think they have to make a policy around that. Because you will enjoy it but no one else will ever enjoy it including your child and let me tell you having just inherited from the family storage units all the videotapes of like my performance in fiddler on the roof and the sixth grade yet. Nobody wants the river. They all informat. We can't watch now anyway and then this news you move it to a new format and then there's this heaviness to them like do. I dare throw out this forty year old videotape that someone has preserved all this. It seems hard to throw out just because it's become too heavy avoided at all costs right. Here's what i think. I'd take the other side of but i wanna see what you think. Shar may says she would tell her younger self. Choose the specific job you want before getting a degree in volunteer and get internships for that specific job. I have a bachelor's in psychology. That i love learning about but it feels useless now. I think that's okay to major in something that you don't end up doing for your job. This is complicated. And there's too many factors to make big sweeping generalizations like If you have enough of a cushion where like you. Don't need money right away like there's so many factors here like do you need a practical job where like you need to start paying back your loans and support and your kids right away..

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God Is Sovereign Over the Universe

Pray the Word with David Platt

01:59 min | 2 months ago

God Is Sovereign Over the Universe

"Joshua chapter ten versus twelve through fourteen at that time joshua spoke to the lord in the day. When the lord gave the ama- rights over to the sons of israel and he said in the sight of israel sun stand still at given and moon in the valley of is alon and the sun stood still and the moon stopped until the nation took vengeance on their enemies is not written in the book of just shar. The sun stopped in the midst of heaven and did not to set for about a whole day. There has been no day like it before or since when the lord heated the voice of a man for the lord fought for israel. Oh i love these three verses and when you realize what they're teaching you love them to this picture of a miracle that god brought about in this battle with all these different kings specifically mentioned here in verse twelve that ama- the lord gave the amer rights over to the sons of israel because joshua spoke to the lord and cried out sun. Stand still and moon stan. Still stop and sun and moon stopped like the earth rotation stop so that the sun was there longer by day and god gave the amer writes in to the hands of his people and verse fourteen summarizes it saying there has not been a daylight before or since and listen to this phrase when the lord heated the voice of a man for the lord fought for israel

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Sex with Dr. Jess

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

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"Good girl with a british accent shar you. You're very good girl. That was even british. I don't know what. That was arnold schwarzenegger to nibble. Let me to tell me you want to twist the right one along with the new. Okay now just do it in your regular voice telling me and my really good girl. Your real good girl.

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Sex with Dr. Jess

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Master Dirty Talk: 60+ Tips & Examples - burst 11

"I'm use the british fellow the next the next time. I'm bad tell me. I'm very good girl with a british accent shar you. You're very good girl. That was even british. I don't know what. That was arnold schwarzenegger to nibble. Let me to tell me you want to twist the right one along with the new. Okay now just do it in your regular voice telling me and my really good girl. Your real good

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JetClub Launches in Europe

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

02:07 min | 5 months ago

JetClub Launches in Europe

"Hello this is. Bill kerry senior editor with business and commercial aviation and welcome to this day. Podcast i am pleased to be joined by mr mitchell here with the co founder and president of us-based fractional ownership company jet it and now the founder of a new sister company called jet club which is based in europe the founders of jets. It announced the launch of jet club in march of visual. Thank you for joining us today. Thank you bill. Happy to be here. You founded jet it twenty eighteen and since then have launched jetted canada in jet club to serve the european market. Could you describe your plans for jet club where it will be. Based which destinations it will serve in. How the fleet will be operated and maintained shar shar so As you rightly pointed out we we started in the us. I under the jet brand with my co founder. Glenn we both worked at honda aircraft company. And what we noticed during our time at honda aircraft was that people love the aircraft. It is a very fast efficient on spacious aircraft and what people were telling us was that they love the aircraft but because of the the fixed costs and the various costs and the various logistics. That's needed to to fly in manage aircraft. They didn't see the need to own a whole aircraft. So so we got this question constantly boat in the united states as well as internationally where i was spending quite a bit of time marketing. The honda jen. And so you know we. We decided to launch the us first because obviously in the us has aviation is the most prevalent is the biggest market and following our success in the us where we have had a phenomenal fleet growth and And a lot of fractional owners. That have joined our program.

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Interview With Shar of the Xpat App

Black Women Travel Podcast

01:47 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Shar of the Xpat App

"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. I wanted thank you for having me. Shar winter from detroit michigan currently living in lisbon portugal. I am the founder and creator of the At in expect chats community created for the black ex-pat community so talk to me about detroit so is like detroit by way of dominica jamaica by way of detroit. Talk about your caribbean experienced up in detroit. Yes i am. First generation american on both. My parents are from detroit. I mean from jamaica. Mom actually came over to the. Us she was pregnant with me. Solve almost four to make With my sister in tow my sister was about three at the time My dad was already over near living in florida on. We went up to michigan where my grandmother was in. That's how we ended up in detroit because my grandma had come over about maybe eighteen years prior and you know for job opportunities so my family's from a pretty remote town in my mother's side in jamaica call in you know is really really remote mountainous region of jamaica not at all the tourist spots by casey nine months ago. So yeah it's always acts. My family like how did you end up in the cold. Each in verses jamaica. Because you know where my dad would make sense right. You're miami many caribbean people down. The air is kinda like you're still at home a little bit by year groping he choi move to the suburbs when i was about heading to fifth grade of detroit outside of detroit and then after that went to school in atlanta s spelman. College style haven't really been back home home to like or vice time

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"shar" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

Black Women Travel Podcast

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"shar" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. I wanted thank you for having me. Shar winter from detroit michigan currently living in lisbon portugal. I am the founder and creator of the At in expect chats community created for the black ex-pat community so talk to me about detroit so is like detroit by way of dominica jamaica by way of detroit. Talk about your caribbean experienced up in detroit. Yes i am. First generation american on both. My parents are from detroit. I mean from jamaica. Mom actually came over to the. Us she was pregnant with me. Solve almost four to make With my sister in tow my sister was about three at the time My dad was already over near living in florida on. We went up to michigan where my grandmother was in. That's how we ended up in detroit because my grandma had come over about maybe eighteen years prior and you know for job opportunities so my family's from a pretty remote town in my mother's side in jamaica call in you know is really really remote mountainous region of jamaica not at all the tourist spots by casey nine months ago. So yeah it's always acts. My family like how did you end up in the cold. Each in verses jamaica. Because you know where my dad would make sense right. You're miami many caribbean people down. The air is kinda like you're still at home a little bit by year groping he choi move to the suburbs when i was about heading to fifth grade of detroit outside of detroit and then after that went to school in atlanta s spelman. College style haven't really been back home home to like or vice time

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Why the Pandemic Paved the Way for a Property Boom: Simon Pressley

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

02:01 min | 5 months ago

Why the Pandemic Paved the Way for a Property Boom: Simon Pressley

"Today's podcast. I'm joined by property g. managing director simon presley as a mock analysts. Simon has correctly focused number the big trends in the property market that others didn't quite peak including the recent post covid boom summons also a three time. Australian buys agent of the win and rei hall of fame inductee and a qualified property investment advisor simon. Welcome to the shar hoy same. Thank you very much for having me back. We were just talking. It's about a year to the day that you and i had a webinar with none other than douglas driscoll of stop. Hot is where we were talking about. Exactly that like what. The market was gonna j. covid and i think at the time there was a lot of daming blame top reports all the banks of saying that everything was going to fall off a cliff and you got on the webinar and said no. It's not going to do any of those things idea. Remember back to that time your prediction. Don't forget sam because it was a huge a few months that's been criticized anymore than that period of time in my loss every single banking stroller and probably ninety. Five percent of australia's economists said not just the downturn. According to most of it was going to be the biggest downturn in the history of their country. And i said the complaint long district of the danton. But i said it's going to be a boom in a bloody big one and everyone called me an idiot but anyway here we are today and you were right. That must give you just a little bit of joy to say. Well hang on a second like oh wasn't as crazy as you thought i was. Yeah look what it is but we don't expect to be different but almost always what we forecast is the opposite to whatever that can change this is saying at the time in the back in two thousand and four we. Todd is what was going to be the best before capital city and and people often us. We didn't said that large parts of racial strife would have perform all that capital cities and that happened paypal criticizes for that and then we said that we're gonna come with a pretty big boom so on the criticism as lhasa salaciously.

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The Powerful Potential of AI in Agriculture - with Poornima Parameswaran

AI in Business?

03:45 min | 6 months ago

The Powerful Potential of AI in Agriculture - with Poornima Parameswaran

"So we can hop right in and talk about this kind of core business problem of kind of soil quality and understanding that informs today. Maybe you could talk about the business value there and how and why it's done because i think it's new for a lot of the listeners. Shar dan Today when people typically think about farming and farmers they think about another person farming and think about the crops. Everything that's above ground. Nobody really things or considers the land the soil on which the crops are grown. That's really not in your visual when you think about farming and yet you know. The state of the world is such that if we continue to farm the waiver farming soil and land today remember not just farming proxima farming crops and soil and land. There's only sixty cycles left of cropping left on the land on earth today so that essentially another way of saying it as over two thirds of the land. Today is completely degraded berry degraded to the point where we're not. We're not going to be able to meet our demands for food. Fiber fuel remembers largest. Food is also fiber. So that's really the biggest problem were faced with as a planet it's not just for our startup is for everyone out. That's the biggest problem. How do you cheated. Grove wood fiber and fuel with the resources that we have today while continuing to meet the demands of our growing populations. And that's really where the soil piece comes in. Is you look at everything. That's being done today to farm. There's so much fertilizer that goes into farming rape there are some of the stats out. There are staggering. There's two hundred million tons of fertilizer that are being used today or farming but growing our coroner are even almonds grapes. You know anything that you'd think of this food game from mando is treated with fertilizer at some point and we don't need all that for license plans do need all of that fertilizer back. I'd say over a third to half of that. Fertilizer is not taken up by plants. It's run off into waters so it causes water pollution it causes air degradation goes back to the atmosphere and it causes. Soil degradation right. And so there's this whole concept of overuse that's resulting in seoul declaration. There is also the area where crops have diseases to plans. Have diseases stu and one of the number one tools that armor is really have in their toolkit to fight. Diseases are pesticides. Nobody here about pesticides all the time for farming and typically people think of it in a negative connotation. Oh it's killing bees. It's killing butterfly on bright and it's causing social degradation but farmers really do need it like. It is a key tool joke if diseases if we can help them better understand. What's in their soils. That can place these fertilizers and pesticides in the right acres for the right indications that the right risk mitigation scenarios bats really where data in intelligence content. What is that land telling you. What is that soil telling you before you go into front that crop. That's really where did on intelligence about soil is so critical today and it's so exciting like all. The technologies are sciences. Where technology is today. That's where we are at that next like we are at the frontier where we can bring. All of. this is in this technology today together to be able to unlock the power of soil to be able to provide this intelligence to our farmers so that they can make better decisions. Not tomorrow but today

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The Powerful Potential of AI in Agriculture - with Poornima Parameswaran

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

02:21 min | 6 months ago

The Powerful Potential of AI in Agriculture - with Poornima Parameswaran

"So we can hop right in and talk about this kind of core business problem of kind of soil quality and understanding that informs today. Maybe you could talk about the business value there and how and why it's done because i think it's new for a lot of the listeners. Shar dan Today when people typically think about farming and farmers they think about another person farming and think about the crops. Everything that's above ground. Nobody really things or considers the land the soil on which the crops are grown. That's really not in your visual when you think about farming and yet you know. The state of the world is such that if we continue to farm the waiver farming soil and land today remember not just farming proxima farming crops and soil and land. There's only sixty cycles left of cropping left on the land on earth today so that essentially another way of saying it as over two thirds of the land. Today is completely degraded berry degraded to the point where we're not. We're not going to be able to meet our demands for food. Fiber fuel remembers largest. Food is also fiber. So that's really the biggest problems were faced with as a planet it's not just for our startup is for everyone out. That's the biggest problem. How do you cheated. Grove wood fiber and fuel with the resources that we have today while continuing to meet the demands of our growing populations. And that's really where the soil piece comes in. Is you look at everything. That's being done today to farm. There's so much fertilizer that goes into farming rape there are some of the stats out. There are staggering. There's two hundred million tons of fertilizer that are being used today or farming but growing our coroner are even almonds grapes. You know anything that you'd think of this food game from mando is treated with fertilizer at some point and we don't need all that for license plans do need all of that fertilizer back. I'd say over a third to half of that. Fertilizer is not taken up by plants. It's run off into waters so it causes water pollution it causes air degradation goes back to the atmosphere and it causes. Soil degradation right. And so there's this whole concept for overuse that's resulting in seoul declaration.

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"shar" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

02:38 min | 6 months ago

"shar" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Year on the podcast. First game is called before and after the four years how it works is two movies have been smushed together into one movie. I will tell you this much together. Plot you tell me the smushed together title For instance we could have the lord of the ring. Do that could be one or the lord of the ring that could be the lord of the rings and ring put together. I can't think of any other lord of the rings ones. But we get the idea wolf of wally street. Saving private silverman. There's a lot of ways these titles could end up. I'll read you the plot. You tell me the title. You can work together or jonathan. You can do it alone. Shar hasn't heard of either the movies. I even tried to find one seed maybe heard of one or two of the movies in its i almost did dogma and ma but then i thought i might lose them on on ma so we do dog aware of that one. I think seeing the means starring. I forget her name complete setup. I forget her name. I know she's good. I'll give you a clue. Her first name is octavio. It octavia spencer. Yes there have been more screws. I think if you've given me spencer. I would not have gotten the rest. I'll i'll admit that are here. We go moving number one. A white basketball hustler has the ability to instantly travel to any place he can imagine white. Men can't jump. As the first one i think right instantly trat any jumper is white. Men can't jumper team word. All right here we go to a man comes upon the aftermath of murderous drug deal and finds cash that was left behind and hunted by the man who earned that cash knocking over three vegas casinos. Can't repeat it. yeah sorry. I literally ate peanut butter toast before. I said the possible thing to do. I m sorry a ham so hungry. I ate peanut butter and then had it licking like a when. You taunted dog. Why.

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A Conversation About Section 230 and the Future of the Internet

The Vergecast

06:52 min | 7 months ago

A Conversation About Section 230 and the Future of the Internet

"Week. Senior reporter addie robertson. Who have heard on the broadcast many times before held an event about section two thirty. That's the law that says platforms aren't liable for their users publish. It is a critical lot. The internet also just turned twenty five years old last month. So addy held an event with a keynote by senator. Amy klobuchar democrat from minnesota is one of the sponsors of the tech act. That's an act that would reform section to thirty as well as a panel featuring michael chia. Who's the general counsel video sedan. Harry is a researcher writer. And a strategist human attack and amana keeping general counsel at wicca media which runs wikipedia. Talking about where section two thirty is where might go in the future. So we're going to run some highlights of that event for today addie and russell are gonna join talk about how it went and what they heard what they thought and as it happens here right now. Russell has done good. Love it addie. Congratulations on your event. It was a good one. Hey thank you so. Tell me how you think. The event went. And then i'm going to hand over the episode to you and we can listen to some highlights and talk it through. But how do you think of went. I thought it went well. One of the things i like about. Section two thirty is that. It's just a really weird conversation that people kept asking okay. What sides her can there are like fifty different sides and we had a really pretty interesting spread of perspectives and senator klobuchar speech was really good scene. Setter and i'm overall pretty happy. Yeah you know. What i thought was really interesting. Just as i watched the whole event senator klobuchar has some very strong perspectives. About what can be done in those perspectives. We're definitely not shared by the entire panel. In fact the safe tech act is it's it's always interesting to me to hear. Senators talked about their own legislation. 'cause they always make it seem so common sense but it's actually quite controversial. Some of the changes that she was proposing. Oh yeah absolutely well and also like you know. She addition to talk to thirty. She takes a pretty hard line on antitrust. I was actually surprised by how sort of enthusiastic she was about it. And i sort of imagine. The video guy is sitting there easter like. She's talking about breaking up google. He's like yeah. Okay a lot of the sort of civil society tech people which this is part of what we wanted to introduce the conversation like. They don't have a problem with antitrust. They are mostly hoping that section two thirty doesn't get changed in a way that makes it impossible to have wikipedia exist and then bringing up things like misinformation also just throws its own kind wrench into things because that's actually not largely problem that addressed with section two thirty and so you end up slipping weird stuff like first amendment reforming there. Yeah this was. I think is the panel went on the combination of we think facebook too big but if we changed to thirty to punish facebook we might end up punishing ourselves and then senator klobuchar talking about an inch. Just dead ahead. And even to some extent bringing up the idea of breakup as a potential remedy. All of that is a swirl and we've been talking on swirl for for some time and it was just really interesting to hear the spread of perspectives during this event. So at russell. I'm excited for this. Why don't you start and take us through this event and what we heard. Yeah absolutely. I think the one thing i want to start with this sort of like the chronological beginning. But like you know. I always like it when these things make a little news. And i think i was very interested to hear santa club. Stars line on antitrust. She sort of coming to the fore of like the democrats antitrust policy. She wrote a book called antitrust and is the chairman of the subcommittee on competition policy antitrust and consumer rights which is basically the senate home for antitrust policy so she's really sort of at the forefront of it and i thought it was interesting she a lot of time she gets gloucestershire's like this moderate voice but she was pretty harsh on facebook. Here we have. We have this clip at the root of this problem lies the ability of a few companies to act as gatekeepers and as we see when they dominate markets exclude rivals buy out their competitors. We've got a problem. In the emailed words of mark zuckerberg. These businesses are nascent but the networks established. The brands already meaningful. And if big go to a large scale could be very disruptive to us they could be very disruptive to us. I always about the tech industry was about disruption it's about disrupting the status quo and bringing in new good ideas that basically blow up the marketplace in a positive way we can't have monopoly stopping disruption so in a way the work i am doing is simply a reply to that email so the interesting thing so this was this was something that we had on the site like dual casey and nikolai byline. When the antitrust hearing happened he's talking about instagram and path so instagram they bought path proved not to be disruptive to facebook. I think it's fair to say but this is not a public statement. He meant to make. And i do think i don't know i mean do do we do. We hear this. And think like amy kluber. Shar is on team break-up facebook it feels like it will qualify that by saying at the very least it's team don't let facebook acquire anybody else. Yeah but team break-up facebook. I don't know it definitely seems like it's on the table ray. Which is very interesting so there have been on the left. A lot of really aggressive sort of pushes for stronger antitrust like we need some new like we need to empower the justice department. We need some new legislation that will enable us to kind of go after these businesses more heavily. And it's fairly recent that closure is trying to to kind of lead that i mean she just. She's only now coming to the to the lead on this committee. And i think because she ran in the democratic primary sort of as a moderate voice. She's been glossed as like. Well she's not in the end gonna like usher in this new era of trust busting but then elsewhere in the keynote. She's talking about well. You know it worked pretty well when we did this against. At and i mean. I don't know. I'm still kind of undecided. It's always hard to know how committed people are going. It's going to be a really politically difficult road to walk. If they move on. you know.

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New antitrust legislation would check the power of tech giants

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:43 min | 7 months ago

New antitrust legislation would check the power of tech giants

"Arguably the biggest problem with big tech. Is you know the bigness. A few giant companies gobble up their competition owned the digital advertising and web hosting markets control the information ecosystem and sometimes control the distribution of their own competition so far though these worries haven't led to regulation now democratic senator amy klobuchar who leads the senate subcommittee on antitrust introduced a bill intended to check the power of tech. Giant's it focuses mostly on acquisitions to prevent huge companies from buying potential competitors and it would force companies that control more fifty percent of a single market to prove that an acquisition would not reduce competition. Here's senator club shar. We all know that misinformation has been rampant on social media and it is greatly. Set us back. But there's another much more insidious problem and that is that any company that was starting to come and do cool things got bought and i think maybe you could look at this legislation as basically a reply to mark zuckerberg's email when he said about they're looking at what's happened instagram. These businesses are nascent but the networks established. The brands are already meaningful. And get this. And if they grow to a large scale they could be very disruptive to us. Google has ninety percent market share. Right now they are literally taking on a government of a major country in australia when the prime minister says hey we're gonna start making you guys pay for content and they say back. No you're not we're going to withdraw from your market and you'll have no search engine and a big part of this. It sounds like is funding these agencies right making sure that the ftc which is charged with a lot of this actually has some teeth exactly and of a numbers can't lie the ftc in nineteen eighty at one thousand seven hundred nineteen employees by twenty eighteen down to one thousand one hundred two. You cannot take on the biggest companies. The world has ever known trillion dollar companies with bandaids and duct tape. And that's why senator grassley has join me on a portion of this bill to up the fees on megamerger so we can put in over one hundred million dollars to each agency so they can actually do their job and this isn't just about tech. There's only to cat food. Companies that control most of the market. There's only two online travel agencies. You think you're getting all their choices. Go look at. Who owns them. And as john oliver closed in a segment on his. And if this all makes you wanna die good luck. Because the casket market is controlled by three companies which actually sadly no one purchase the other. It's down to

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'News Of The World' Filmmaker Wanted To Explore The 'Healing Power Of Storytelling'

Fresh Air

03:01 min | 8 months ago

'News Of The World' Filmmaker Wanted To Explore The 'Healing Power Of Storytelling'

"Me away from this time of Cove. It and insurrection yet seemed relevant to both. It's set in Texas and 18 75 years after the civil War has ended when many Texans are bitter about defeat and reluctant to rejoin the union, which would require agreeing to the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments, which includes the abolition of slavery. One of the first images we see in the film is of a black man hanging from a tree. White settlers air fighting native Americans, Everyone is hurting. The film is a Western called News of the world. It stars Tom Hanks. My guest is the director Paul Greengrass, who previously directed Hank's in the film Captain Phillips. The news of the world. Hanks plays a former Confederate captain Jefferson Kyle Kid who fought in the Texas infantry during the Civil War and surrendered in 18 65. Film is set five years later, when kid is a lonely man with unspoken regrets, eking out a living traveling from one small, poor Texas town and muddy settlement. Do another reading aloud The news from newspapers around the country as a form of information and entertainment to gatherings of people charging 10 cents a person. Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. Good to be back with you all here in which you talk for all my name is Captain Jefferson, Kyle kid And I'm here tonight to bring you all the news from across this great world of ours. Now I know how life is that these parts working a trade sunup to sundown. No time for reading newspapers and my correct But we do that work for you. And maybe just for tonight. We can escape our troubles. And here, the great changes that are happening out there starting local then. Our own. Houston Telegraph. The The first first of of February. February. This This news news Meningitis Meningitis epidemic epidemic continues continues to to spread spread without without prejudice across the Panhandle and North Texas region. So far, it has claimed 97 souls just a two month period. Federal news SHAR own down, Harold The director of News of the world, Paul Greengrass started his career as a journalist and documentary filmmaker. He went on to make films based on real events, including terrorist attacks. Captain Phillips was based on the American cargo ship hijacked by Somali pirates in 2009. 22 July was about the terrorist attack in Norway in 2011 by a far right extremist. United. 93 was about the airplane passengers who fought back against the hijackers on 9 11 and died crashing near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Greengrass also directed three

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Chelsea from Forever Alone?

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

04:43 min | 9 months ago

Chelsea from Forever Alone?

"Meadow. I had somewhat recently been partnered up again matthew. My current husband and he came with a whole new group of people that included single men the decent single men for the first time in a long time kind of a lot of them. So i'm like surveying his friends. They're all hot. they're all interesting and one of them was named brian and he was am band with matthew and that band played in our basement every sunday. So one sunday just casually invite chelsea over. When i know the band is playing that a casualty. I'm just making great dinner. Which i never do and then i casually invite only chelsea brian to stay for dinner and then bam. They're dating they're together. I am the matchmaker of nobody streams brian when he and chelsea met he was recovering from alcohol addiction and he had been sober for a while and then he was not soper and the alcohol in their relationship into a throttle and as much as i wanted to be the world's best matchmaker it was not working. It was really hard on both of them. They loved each other but it was also so hard it was agonizing this tape from the end of that second episode I mean. I think it's hard because i i hear a lot of people will say like. Oh i just don't have time for that like i just wouldn't have any patients with that. That does seem to put the addiction into a category of it being irrational behavior on the addicts part and by that you mean a rational a rational rat irrational. Yeah because it is completely irrational. And i think that that's why people that don't suffer from addiction get so frustrated because we see whether it's you know an alcoholic in my case or you know anyone with any sort of addiction like how do you get yourself all the way to the liquor store and you know get the barrel get home and still you know like think it's a good idea but it's just it goes completely beyond reason and it's so frustrating to not be able to us extremely rational person. I would say like. Oh you're very rich like to like rationalize this you know We'll just don't right like the key is that you don't drink right the ki as it were that easy then. No one would have any problems if the key is just. Don't do it right like and it just seems like. Oh it's like some sort of self control issue but it really seems to go beyond that. In a way that i'd just will never be able to comprehend what are like what are you gonna do. I think that's like the million dollar question and that's what makes the situation so hard because there's just really no right or wrong answer like people say like do whatever makes you feel good follow. Whatever you know is going to make you feel good and it's like none of the decisions are going to make me feel good. None of this like i just feel like i'm stuck in this damned if you do damned if you don't what are your options right now I think my options are to just keep going and not change anything And just keep hoping everyday that it happens. That it's the last time or i leave him and or something like in between it's always something in between our choices in life and love are just never as clear as we need them to be not when they're in the moment right now. Brian chelsea have broken up. Some you're cheering. Some view are doing. Some of you are the personification of a motor. Khan shar guy or the emoji. Grimace smile which i believe was modeled after me because this is such an impossible situation in so many ways

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How to repurpose old podcast episodes

Podcasting Q&A

04:46 min | 9 months ago

How to repurpose old podcast episodes

"In today's episode you'll learn how to repurpose and republish old podcast episodes. Welcome the podcasting. Qna ruling the best tips and strategies to launch. Grow and. monetize your show. This week's question comes from ten. Hey guys my name. Is tim from melbourne australia. And on podcasting as thinking nutrition. My question is about republishing. Podcasts of been podcasting for betty doing weight glee episode shar. I'm getting to the stage. Where light to just republi some of my more popular podcast episodes particularly at times where i want to take a little bit of a bright from podcasting. My question is what is the best practice around republishing podcasts. Should you record a new brief introduction and importantly hazard you flag this in the title of the episode to show the listeners that this is a republican podcast. Thanks very much in love. Your work is thanks for your question tim. Repurposing and republishing older podcast. Episodes is a great way to take a break without missing and if you're publishing dates without affecting your publishing frequency and it can be a way to highlight some popular episodes from the past that some of your current listeners may not have heard before but one thing you need to keep in mind is you. Don't want your listeners to feel like they're getting a bayton switch where they showed up to. Your podcast downloaded that new episode expecting to hear something new and they heard a podcast episode. They've heard before so today. We'll talk about two ways. You can repurpose old content and make it fresh for your current listeners. And how to title your podcast episode. So people know what they're getting into when they download the episode. The first way that you can repurpose or republish older podcast. Content is take the entire episode. And drop it into your feet as a new episode. Now if you're gonna do this. I would recommend recording a new introduction to your listeners. Why re listening to this content is worth their time. Maybe the circumstances have changed. Maybe it's more relevant now than when you record it or maybe it's a really really good interview that not a lot of people have heard yet. Maybe you had fewer listeners and see you want more people to hear that particular episode. Whatever the case is make sure that you explain it in the intro. So people have been with you for a while can hear that intro and decide for themselves if they want to keep listening to the rest of the episode and for the series that may not have heard that episode before it's just to be free new content for them so they don't even mind you republishing that content in your feet the second approach to repurposing your old content is to do mashup episodes where you take clips from previous episodes and put them together and create something new. So let's say that you have a business podcast and over the last couple of years you've covered the hiring process how to get hired how to get a great job had an interview multiple times in multiple ways. You could take the best bits best audio clips from all those episodes and make one awesome master episode that you can share with your audience. You don't have to rerecord though segments. You just chop them up. Rearrange them and put together for your listeners. The other thing you can do is a best podcast episode so if you have a recurring guest that on multiple times. Maybe it's a family friend or an expert that you have a really close relationship with you can create a best of from that person. So tim ferriss a very popular. Podcast has done this multiple times where he'll take a really popular guest that is recorded multiple interviews with and it'll create a super interview of all of their best tips. So that's something else that you can do now. How do you actually. Title these episodes. These republicans these repurpose episodes so that people know it's older content but they still want to listen to it but they still feel like is going to be worth their time. Well number one be transparent an old episode if it's older content you want to communicate that in the title again. You don't want your listeners to feel that bayton switch. They came in with the expectation of hearing new content from you and they got something old instead. So you can use words like rewind or replay or you know back catalogue or something like that. Where when they see that word. They're gonna instantly no okay. This isn't current this is from sometime in the past. But it's depending on what it is. I might want to listen to it and then from there. Consider what you can say. That would intrigue. Someone peaked your curiosity to check out that particular episode. That's a good practice for podcast. Titles in general but particularly when it comes to republish to repurpose episodes what can you say. That will get someone to click on that episode and wanted to listen through the entire thing.

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The Why Nots of Starting Another Podcast in 2021

Deadset Podcasting

04:13 min | 9 months ago

The Why Nots of Starting Another Podcast in 2021

"We're talking about the one noughts of starting yet. Another podcast something. We've all thought probably bad in the past at some point. If you coming into starving you e- you might be thinking. All is now the time to release that other show that i've been planning on their awesome reasons to do that. Which we covered. I think now two episodes ago. Today i just a few reasons. Why maybe it's not a great idea. Either right now. Ole maybe not such a great idea at all so this is going to be pretty rapid fire at least is rapid fars moi condo. Low energy delivery can get say here. We go number one. Don't start another podcast. If you're already struggling to find the time to produce edit release and promote your current shy so if this other show you're planning on creating is to replace your current shire and the plan is to transition away from your current chart and only the new shire then go for it. That san super cool. But if you're planning to do by showers and you're hoping to keep your current show at the same level of quality daren't stott another shower or at the very least daren't stop that other shirt yet your current shar manageable coming out on tom consistent in quality. And if there's something bad that's noting joyo or you're starting to find something about it. Stressful analyze those and try to turn that around first before you put the stress of yet another hall. Production on top of your current podcast. So number two. The other podcast. The next broadcast the additional podcast. It's in a fashionable nash. Ole subs owner. So you as a person don't have a lot of interest in the actual subject. You're just doing it because you think that there's an audience there and you want to jump on the bandwagon unless it's something you truly care about also about say something else unless it's something you truly care about daren't stott another shy just because the genre of show is popular does tend to be the tops of genres to get very crowded very quickly and they conned of. I need to be there to kind of showers or fear of missing out conned of shows. So not good for anybody number three you'll copying the kore- of someone in podcasting or in media that has a bigger profile than you do. And i started a second shirt about x. So you don't necessarily need to stop a schaub at the same topic. What you're doing is copying the fact that they have more than one. Shar your favorite podcast dot to solid projects and and now the show is completely different and suddenly. You're planning to go from one podcast which you've managed to make good. And hopefully it's good gotcha. Full attention to potentially four different shows are avant darned day that people. I've done that to be honest. I've done all these things in the last eight to nine years and that came down to a little bit of fear of missing at a little bit of copying people that were bigger in podcasting but also there were times where having two shows three shows was great like it is now me where i have a more realistic relational etc. Full the hull collection. There were times where it worked. Really well and tom's were really really didn't and my mind shall at the time suffered so today's not a bet stealing mutual fund. No telling you not to do something i mean. We did a whole episode on why you should start a second shy this really legitimate reasons for getting out there and starting mold one podcast but to some today. If you don't have the tom or racehorses to do a good job of a second show oh maintain the quality of your current shy and annual. You're not actually interested in the topic. You just feel like you have to be in this other genre is well neither those pass muster when it comes to producing a second show

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"shar" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List

Beyond the To Do List

05:54 min | 9 months ago

"shar" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List

"P. p. dot com starting to a recent guest on the show and they said something Along the same lines where they said One of the reasons that we end up with the feeling of monotony is because we've lost sight or lost perspective on what it is that we are doing in other words. We're not paying attention to what we're doing anymore. We're on autopilot. And i think that's another. You know maybe easy. Sign there to see if you feel like everything's the same every day then maybe you're not thinking about why you're doing those same things every day because you decided to do them at some point or somebody told you to but either way you agreed to do it and there was a why there and you've lost sight of your ryan stopped paying attention so now you're asleep at the wheel yes and so. Many of us are asleep at the wheel. Auditing this concept of of the things. That go on autopilot. I'd say that we have the world's most primitive spam filter that our brain recognizes the incoming stimuli and decide whether something is relevant enough or knobs to. Draw your attention to consciously so there's so much in our life that goes right past us that we literally do not see in any meaningful way like we are. We are literally blind to it but accept unconsciously and unconscious thinking makes up about ninety five percent of our thinking ninety. Five percent of our thinking happens in automatically in this unconscious way and so being able to train ourselves to recalibrate. Our spam filter is of huge value. And we can do that. so positive. Psychology martin seligman as genius of a guy who founded The line of positive psychology the study of positive psychology and within it. He talks a lot and his colleagues talk a lot about ways to sort of recalibrate the spam filter whether it's keeping a gratitude journal or what i love is actually writing like make make planned the right one. Thank you note a week but write a thank you note to your third grade teacher right a thank you note to your next door neighbor. Three houses go that you never really told them how much they meant you. Where a mentor or something. Like that and send these things out while we know about the signs of gratitude is that showing gratitude to somebody has great psychological benefits for the recipient but it has even greater psychological benefits for the bearer of the gratitude or the gratitude rather and so so things like this my family we have a tradition called our favorite three. Where no matter where i am in the world. now it's usually from my office on zoom but even beforehand. I would dial in if i wasn't home. And wherever we are we'll get together me. My wife and and our kids will get together and go over our favorite three moments from the day. And that's because we are retraining. Are spam filters my family sort. Split down the center between optimists and what my wife insists on calling realists and so the real is need a little bit of help seeing the brighter sides of the day. And so taking this on really's started to transform their way of looking at the world and looking at their work or school by by listing foot. Your three favorite moments of the day every night. What happens as the next day. You're looking for those three moments because you know you're going to be held accountable. The bring it to the group tonight and so you keep looking for it and then you keep recalling it and so the next day you're a little bit more in tune in a little bit more in tune until you can't unsee all the great stuff in your life even when things are tough even in the midst of something like the year twenty twenty. It's funny that you mentioned gratitude. Because we've just here in. The united states gone a couple of weeks now past thanksgiving and that's really an exercise in gratitude..

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"shar" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List

Beyond the To Do List

05:20 min | 9 months ago

"shar" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List

"Back to another episode of beyond the to do list. I'm your host eric fisher. And this is the show. I talked to the people behind the productivity this week. I'm excited to share with you a conversation. I had with david shar. He's a keynote speaker. A consultant a trainer and he specializes in helping organizations improve their leadership and their culture but also combat burnout and design meaningful work. And that's the topic. We're going to talk about in this conversation. He and i talk about combat burnout avoiding it. How to see before it comes and in this conversation david tonight talk specifically about burnout in meaningful work. We touch on what burnout is. What are the warning signs of burnout. How can you proactively see it coming ahead of time in yourself or someone else steps that you can take to prevent it in yourself or your employees or your team as well as how meaningful work can be part of combating that burnout if you like me have felt burnout throughout this year. This podcast episode is a definite must-listen. So i'll get out of the way and just say. Enjoy this conversation with david shar this week. It is my privilege to welcome to the show. David shar david welcome to the show. Hey thanks so much arrogance. Oh great to be on your as a podcast or i. If anybody else's podcast or out there. I'm sure you probably get pitches from people trying to get on your show now in david's defense. He did not pitch himself. Somebody else did. And they did a great job because they showcased him well and And brought up topics that honestly. I don't know that talked about on the show before specifically the topic of burnout. So this topic of burnout. I am curious before we dive into it. I am curious. How did you get interested in this area in this kind. You know this line of work in other words career-wise 'cause i know that's not the only thing you talk about. It's one of many but that end you know doing meaningful work which..

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Painting Exterior Brick

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

05:19 min | 10 months ago

Painting Exterior Brick

"You're listening to the beautiful mess podcast this week. We're talking all about painted exterior brick. I've learned so much from painting three howson row and this last time we things a little bit differently and learned even more. I know the painting brick can be controversial but we're passionate about how much it can improve home like my nine thousand nine hundred ninety s half brick half stucco home. The difference is night and day. it's magical also answering a listener question about wedding registry. Must have this. Week's episode is sponsored by leah lonnie. We'll chat more about them later in the sewed all right. Let's talk about painted brick. This is very controversial. Like you know the comments get heated. It's funny to me that it's even do people care a lot about painting brick and they care a lot about how you store display. Your books are some controversial topics universe. Okay i saw. How many times have you painted the exterior brick of a home. Not one not two but three times all right so first of all about five years ago. We painted our first home when we moved to nashville and we painted about a year after we moved in and we lived there for four years with the brick painted nowhere and tear except for the front porch where we step down on it and it's like also rains on and little bit different. That would touch every year but the rest of the brick nowhere and tear whatsoever and also like painting. A floor is very different from painting a wall. Yeah we all know the obvious and then our last home so you know that we famously moved into a house and moved out four months later so we painted that home it was it was it was an unintentional flip as soon as we realized we needed and wanted to sell it quickly. I scheduled my local painter to campaign to any came the next week and painted it and he did a great job It was very quick. It made it faster mo- We'll talk more about that later in the episode Whether or not it adds value is definitely like a big question and then our current home where we just moved to. We had it painted a couple of weeks ago. And we used a new material that we've never used before romo bio paint and it is a lime based paint so it's natural it's nontoxic it's not actually paint but it's like painting brick with brick is how they say that if you feel it still feels like brick there's no gloss to it all there's no sheen to it all it's perfectly mad and it said to age really well over time and we thought it was cool that it was environmentally friendly and lasts a little bit longer so i also like that you've kind of tried a bunch of different so you can i mean i just feel like that lind's to your with painting brick so people are interested it's like oh well should i use this type this type or what's the most affordable way to go about it or whatever for shar so on that note let's get into some common things that people like to ask Are your neighbors okay with it. You're in a little bit of a cold sack. Yeah your neighbors are fairly close. Not like right up against your house but you can definitely see their houses from your house and yours is the one white one. Everyone else has unpainted brick. So every where we've lived out of these three houses it's been mostly brick homes and our home kinda stood out why it was never the only like especially where we live. Now there's quite a few brick homes in the subdivision but not right next to ours. So i think that it. I think that it does stand out but one of our neighbors ran right over the next after we did it and said to jeremy that they had always nicknamed our house the institutional looking house and now it looks way better so funny. That's a really nice really really nice osei and we also like yeah. We wanted to make sure that they liked it so it felt good to know that like they were cool with it. Our houses a little bit tucked back. So i didn't feel like it doesn't really like show like you have to be right. It is a little it to see it. it's not a house you would like to drive by when you were like out on a drive. Let's put it that way now. It's kind of tucked away in the hold a sack. But i also just my own perspective. Even if i have a neighbor who paints their house exterior something. That maybe i wouldn't have chosen. I always just seeing. When people are taking care of their homes. I feel like most neighbors feel that way. Of course you want to check if you haven't hoa and they have rules or your neighborhood rules and you're not allowed to paint certain colors or whatever of course check into that. That's very important. Because i think your neighbors might care on that one but on that i really think just like when you have neighbors who are taking care of their house. They mow their lawn. A take care of landscaping. They don't let things become kind of broken or in disrepair even if they painted a caller. That isn't my choice. Which love white. But if i didn't i would still feel like well. At least they're you know spending money on their home in up keeping it in like that's gonna make the neighborhood. Nice place overall just that people care and are putting love and money into their property.

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Interview With Glynda Carr, President And CEO Of Higher Heights For America

The Electorette Podcast

06:18 min | 10 months ago

Interview With Glynda Carr, President And CEO Of Higher Heights For America

"Thanks for having me. Last time we talked it was election night but if felt like ten years ago and we didn't have decision of all night now. You have president-elect go by vice president elax uplift. Here's how you feel about that. How do you feel about this historic moments. I mean it's obviously we've been working towards what does twenty twenty look like for blackmon's leadership from the voting booth to elected office in so we found ourselves in you know Excited about a commonly harris presidential run in the democratic primary in south carolina in like our most diverse democratic stage was down to two fits the historic moment right white male older And so we continue to dig in. There was a record number of women running for office in a record number of black woman writing for the particularly for the united house of representative and then the summer counts and joe biden said with allowed work in areas advocacy around the need of seeing diverse ticket that you have multiple black women who are being considered vice president that we were all excited. When vice president biden announced comma harris in. So let me tell you what ends up happening. There's all there's road to twenty twenty. Election day mike road to twenty twenty election result. I'm at the grocery store getting eggs nine. When they announced that they had called the race Call the election in so prideful moment. I mean regardless if you're a woman that supported the biden harris ticket or not women cross country in the globe you know celebrate the fact that we are moving our leadership inch by inch. In matter of fact we we'd like crack crack. Open the possibilities that exist for women's leadership and then you add in comma harris boldly walks within her multiple identities right in multiple cities is a woman of color a daughter of immigrants. You know a black woman who literally when you open up. The book on political leadership is a pipeline ran for local office statewide executive office federal office in his literally stepping in to her next phase into the office as a governing mate or the highest office see also then brings her cultural identities right. Here's a woman who is a member of historically black. Greek letter or station alpha kappa alpha sorority incorporated in attended historically black college Into all those identities. I believe the the enthusiasm that we saw in this general election was that people could see themselves in her right. I am a daughter of jamaican immigrant. So that excites me. I am a proud member of the same sorority. Didn't go to a historically black college but knowing importance of those institutions in then you bring author qualifications as an elected leader that she is literally. Her leadership was built for this moment in. So we celebrate. So what are the things that i wanted to mention this summer rates all over the summer and the spring before he chose in letter rate and those are really time for me because she in her campaign. I really wanted her to to get nations. I was supportive. And i know higher heights endorser early on but you know some of you know being the dallas. You enter pain. But then there's more this period where he hadn't jobs his the and he's inside a woman then there. Is this push to relax the one and you know. I just remember that even when she was during primaries President you know. She had a very short period where she was in criticized right And ask framed by Came out so quickly right. And i remember and wanna bring this comparison for a reason. She was criticized for being Criticized her laugh. but why didn't they in particular that really got. My attention was horrible. The morale her career and her as a prosecutor and that's really important because she was not the only prosecutor on that stage. Unity rate anywhere shar and this isn't a comparison of their relatives. Prosecutors talking about how the media in how constituents in how we as a culture you know have these two separate vetting processes because we lizard is hopping about any close jars time as a prosecutor was. You know once Race so that you know how we prepare about women in leadership roles to deal unequal yet. I mean at the end of the day. Black women have all these institutional barrier barriers man-made obstacles and then you add in unconscious or conscious. I usually put them both in unconscious conscious bias about our leadership that what has been perceived as a strength for a white man or one of our counterparts is actually negative for us from ambition You know at the end of the day as voters we should be questioning our elected leaders lying for our votes on our on our records but there was definitely a very strong framing around her around being a top cop in. What does that mean in. We had to be careful on that right like we. I as i said no problem in conversation about her record write in we can agree or disagree but most people will be. You mean that. She's a top cop. She put people in jail right. People can get past that soundbite They couldn't say well. It was this case. The way this policy that she put into place I would always adding with her early. We wanted to dream. The possibilities in this country was ready for a woman in a black woman. But you know as. I continue to grapple with that. 'cause i don't wanna be like hey nor cartoon territory light. I'm your petty Patty moments she president Is that the world is different than when we were in the democratic primary

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The New Season of Shark Tank

The View

02:14 min | 1 year ago

The New Season of Shark Tank

"Well, mark with the economic downturn. It seems like shark, tank is more relevant than ever. Do you feel that way? Also I love the show. I appreciate that yeah, absolutely. I mean look there are so many small businesses going through hardship. There's so many people who've been laid off from their jobs and trying to determine should they start their own small business and the answer is yes and Shark tank a good job of educating people and getting people to understand what entrepreneurship is all about, and you know one of my favorite sayings is one thing that separates the American the United States. Of America, from every other country in the world is our sense of entrepreneurship entrepreneurial spirit and that's a quote from that Joe Biden gave me at one of his events and I. It's so true and it's even more important today. That's who we are as a country. We are a country of entrepreneurs and Shar taken spires people young old in the middle to go out and starts company start companies and I'm so proud to be part of it. I love the show to mark any of you would be a better president than trump but tell us is there are there any special guests on this upcoming season? Oh Yeah we've got Daniela Bet ski who started kind bar. We have Blake Majkowski who started Tom Shoes. We have Kendra Scott of her namesake country company Kendra Scott. We have Alex Alex a Rod I mean we got a great crew of special guests and I got to tell you the deals are incredible. I did more deals this season than any other year before. And the entrepreneurs were intense. You saw one clip Alan tents that was, but they also had to quarantine. So by the time they got on, there were ready to go and you know. It was just so much at stake. We knew that we were studying the example for America to really get people excited about starting companies because honest guy honestly guys I think what we look back in twenty years at this pandemic twenty twenty won't find out that some kids from who knows where started amazing companies that have become world class companies, and if we can inspire those kids to go out and do that I, mean who wouldn't want to be part of that and seizing twelve is all about that.

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"shar" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"shar" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"And capture an image using the. Led modeling light as a flash so I. don't know if that sounds a little confusing, but basically what it is picture another APP in your phone. Call the pro photo camera APP, and you're able to use that to take a picture with your be ten or your see one, but at that time it was only using the led modeling light as a flash. It also did give you the ability to control all of the beaten be ten lights. You can control them as though. The head was right in front of you right from your phone so. Deep Finger and you're able to change the output of light. You can change the channel that it's on. You can change the color temperature. You can do so much right from your phone and it was kind of a nice late. Nice little niche. And just as of yesterday, we just announced. It's called the Eric's technology and when you download the new firmware. You download this new firmware to the pro photo camera APP. You're then able to now. Sync your phone or your mobile device with your with the flesh and using the actual flashing. Makes it incredibly exciting at first I thought it was a bit of a Gimmick and then I've been trying it out and using it for about the last week. And I found that a bunch of things with it which are super impressive one is that when you're photographing with? You're not only photographing just taking photographs and you can now I can shoot. I can edit, and I can share my images from the same device. which is for me super exciting and the other thing that I can do with it. Is that I'm able to shoot Roy images which I didn't even know that you can do with your your iphone. which is what it's available for right now, so it it has. Incredible amount of features in it. Is it, is it? Something that every professional photographer will be using, but probably not, but it is something that I think is helping to future proof your system, so as you grow with pro photo, you should know that as as the devices that we use change. That pro photo is the only company right now that or the only company that will be allowed to because we have patent pending on this on this design, but you're able to That is the only company that will allow you to photograph using your iphone and be able to sync it with your flash It's pretty pretty cool. Thing right now. It's only working in the manual mode at some point will be able to. Use It in the T. L. Mode, which was also something that we came up with a for off camera flash that we were the first in the country to do that or the first in the world to do that as well. So, are you telling me that the next house representatives photos going to be taking with an iphone? You know what? anythings possum. Are we're going to take a short break and we come back. We're GONNA, talk more about pro photo lighting with cliff and Shar stay tuned. We hope you're enjoying this edition of the photography podcast. The best way to support the show is by subscribing on apple podcast, Google podcast, spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts for links to gear and more information. Today's guests check out the show notes in your podcast APP or visit our home page on the beach explorer website and joined h, photography, podcast, facebook, group, and now back to the show. We are back short. You WanNa tell us a little bit about the new Oh. CF accessories that are coming out now those if the off camera flash. So. Yes, so protests. Reintroduced the Oh cf line are was the series, so we have our two series on, so that includes a Snoot, a barn door, and a green jacket profile was obviously known for being portable and lightweight and our OC F- accessories already. Had those those features, but somehow they've made them even more portable light rate, so snoop for example is now completely rubber, and it collapses into itself, so it takes up a lot less face, and it has its own speed bring basically, so it has a medal class that you you put right onto your beaten ten plus or be one one x and you just. Open and close the ring just like you would a traditional speed ring. So what's so great about these is that you can stack them on top of each other, so if you're using the barn door, you can then use our grids and gels magnetic, and you can just pop them right in. You can also put a saas box on top of the grid in Gel holder. So if you're using that, you can stack those together. Is less limitations and much more, it's easier to combine those those different light shapers. That's one of the things I liked about the way providers built up their lighting systems that they have a really nice range of accessories, and they are interchangeable throughout most if not all of the line depending on the a product itself, and you can use them in combination, so you have a lot of variations that you can do within variations. You could really tweak the light to do very specific things, are you guys have always been on top of that and just continues could stuff. Exactly and also with that if you already have or you're already on separate jails, we have a Gel rang a separate show ring which is magnetic, so you can use the bell. As a template to cut out your own personal gels, and you can put your gel into that bell rang, and then snack that onto the onto any of those accessories as well. Do have that option. There's one other. Talking about a lot about the be tens and all, but the the C one C one plus. You'd think pro Fodio think big lighting studio systems, but here's a little light that literally fits in the literally in the palm of your hand. It's if you took a speed. Light pulled the front diffuser often just embedded in your hand, and that's now your light. That's pretty impressive. The fact that you can use it as a continuous light or you can user flash makes it. Just it, it really is a nice thing. Just literally put in your pocket and carry it with you, so if I wanted to do a quick portrait, and let's say I have my camera with me, but I have no lights, and I, just want a quick little fill light I can do that if I want to. Come out at dinner and I want photograph something that I'm you know something that I'm eating and I want to take beautiful picture of it. Add light to it. I'm able to do it. It is it is very small, very lightweight, really portable and we also just had A. A price drop on it, so it's almost half of what it was originally introduced in terms of pricing, so it's not only now. Is it a great bargain? But it is also it's also a great light, the first thing that came to me when I, when I first saw the C, one in the plus is is to do a lot of boating photography and shooting interiors on boats can be maddening, because for says no place to hide the lights, and then they stick a lot of mirrors all over to make them look bigger inside. I'm looking at this. If I had these things, my life would have been a piece of cake. I could just take velcro with chewing gum and stick them all over the place. Just data cited Lens and mazing subtle lighting just open up little corners here, and they're just using the main light, and then these.

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"shar" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"shar" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Day. That's it. That's it. Yeah, that's great. Don't worry. That was the easy one. Here we go here. We go in an effort to find his lost son and overly cautious. Father sets out on a daring mission, and meets a once mighty demi-god who will help guide him in his quest of his ancestors. So, So. Here's the thing. Break it down for us. Literally covering your mouth like you're about to beat box. Food. Well my name's Marina. And I'm here to say that. Can you rhyme apple with pineapple. Well I'm thinking of the movie where taken, but that's a girl at anonymity. Rush Hour. That's also girl I feel like. It's always young women who get stolen, so it's unusual to have a son stolen. Stolen you. In an effort to find his lost son L.. Maybe it'll be cautious. Father sets out on a daring mission in meets. A once-mighty demi-god will help guide him on his quest of his ancestors. I don't think this is right, but the only movies come to mind as Steve. carell movie whereas beautiful boy. Or is addicted to drugs and kind of relieved, never even heard of that. Lost to draw Still physically present that mental. This is our. I'll give you hint on this one. They are both animated. Rain, 'cause I. Don't Watch Ending Nemo. ooh, in! An effort to find his lost son in overly cautious father set seven daring mission, so feel like you're onto something with the first one and meets a once-mighty demigods will help guide him in his quest. Of his ancestors. Let's the. Let's see. What's the robe up? I feel like I'm imagining a big robot or a toaster. The brave little socio. Yeah, that movies great handle watched. It fits rated with finding Nemo. Little Moster. The brave Nemo. Animated. Daniel, you probably don't want any animated. No, I haven't seen any could rattle off a bunch of names of animated movies that I've heard of that I. Really Wonder About What Universe are we at? Like who produced the second movie was a Disney. Disney okay Ancestry. It's not Coco, is it? No I love cocoa I. Love Cocoa, too. But I think. Oh Okay Moana. Finding! Me Moana. I mean you got the first part that's.

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"shar" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"shar" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Or Sport, right which would. Foregin spendy. So here we go. Here's our first plot. And then you get somebody title. You're more than welcome to work together. We have three of them today. Number one in alien armada invades and alters life as we know it including eliminating any trace of the world's most popular band. Okay, so can we work together? Is it? Is it? What was that Beatles Movie That! Yesterday. Yeah that's the movie. Like movie with which I am familiar. Over here thinking of yellow submarine when you say Beatles. I mean this is totally on topic, but did they call the autopsy Pineapple Express? Now I'm just thinking of Pineapple Funds. For the place beyond the pineapple Okay, so yesterday you're thinking of yesterday. Yeah, in that movie which I saw the Beatles disappear, and so the beginning. You talked about aliens, right? What was the beginning yesterday after? Tomorrow is not the yesterday after tomorrow. An Alien Armada invades earth an alternate life as we know it. Including eliminating any trace of the world's most popular band. Arrival wait. No arrival didn't change any. It's gotta be something with dead. That's my favorite like it's gotta be yesterday, something or A. So. Someone's listening to this podcast in screaming at their. This must be now. For like the movie buff listeners. About how? Someone made a Bingo card for this. podcast mole. And I've never really gone over the stuff. That's on the BINGO card. We'll go over the end and we'll see if we can retroactively about stuff that we nailed for sure. Put the Italian accent in there on purpose for you guys. It's the Mario. Accent is one of the squares. Berlin in daily Armada invades earth in alters life as we know it including. The world's most popular backup. Is there some. I gave yesterday as. Head my work for the. Shed, come up to my level. The Doomsday Yester-. The first movie took place two days ago. Two days at the day the day before. Literally on our calendar days ago, oh yester- Independence.

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"shar" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"shar" Discussed on Never Seen It

"What to? Do to will. Go. Boo! Sorry, we got a hiccup in the microphones. They're coming back real quick. Dripping sweat. Stressed out. This isn't the most stressed out I've been in. The last eight months. This is MARINA'S UNCUT GEM. UNSUNG game. A hatch in the trains roof bursts open behind him Tom Spins around an aims, his gun at the stylish record exotic ving. Raines who just whack-a-mole out of the chew, Chew. Don't you sorry to bother you, but I work in the music business and I couldn't help it over here. You're beautiful, melody or you? Singer Tom Lowers his gun and holds the side of it over his heart. That so flattering, but I'm just a missionary on a mission trip. I see well. Did you come up with that catchy tune? You were carrying Tom Cruise shakes his head in flaunts those rich. Ask Teeth. That's just how it sounds when a scientologist weeks tongue. Oh Wow. Okay, well, thank you for not shooting me. Pam. A tunnel entrance decapitates record exists. Don't worry though Tom Cruise duct, so he's fine. He winces at ving. Rains Remains Aka the severed torso, barely crowning from the open hatch. Here's a prayer for your soul sir. Bad Up bad. Exterior. That one! As the train slows to a stop. Tom Jumps off hits the platform running, not looking back reacting in any way as the locomotive explodes behind him, just like he planned interior.

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"shar" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"shar" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Hey, sing out! I hate it so much sooner. Everybody knows it says Merry, Christmas sharks, parenthetical, little drummer boy to John jump-jet Yum yum. Tom Casually picks up and puts on a jet pack. After clicking the final buckle into place he steps into the helicopter doorway turns to the side and breaks the fourth wall. I'm Tom Cruise welcome to mission impossible. The intro music from Jackass. Blair's as Tom Leaps out of the helicopter flips a switch on the jet pack, and rockets toward the city of Los Angeles like a missile where their missiles in top gun. If so more specifically, crews flies toward La like a missile from top PGA. If not I don't know, let's say he glides through the Vanilla. Sky Like to saw. Interior Church of Scientology Celebrity senator. Tom Cruise enters a lavish office and takes a seat across from scientology pope ageless selling hat John Travolta. Talk Me. How'd it go with the suppressive documentarian? Tom Lower SES shades once again. Let's just say I called cut. Boy they do a special scientologist. High Five I would give more details, but those cost one hundred thousand dollars to learn. So. What do you have for me next scientology pope, who ironically could never be nicknamed S. P. Slides a sealed Manila envelope across the desk. Tom Opens it up reads the paper contained within and smirks. They say can't be done then I say. Bring it on cut to one hour later Tom Finishes. Drinking a gallon of milk and triumphantly slams the carton down on the desk. Scientology pope cheers enhanced. Tom Another envelope cut to moments later, crews loads each of the six saltine crackers before him with a spoonful of sentiment. He Wolf small down and reaches out for the next envelope. Cut to Tom. Cruise sucks his own Dick. It's shot very tastefully. Every possible pun intended. Ninety uninterrupted minutes later, scientology pope slow collapse enhance Tom another envelope, the contents of which make him gasp. Scientology pope nods with medicine smile, exterior, train a little later talk. Tom Cruise. Hugs the top of the speeding train. Loudly singing the tune of the mission, impossible theme in Gibberish, sorry Marina. Do..

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"shar" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

The Birth Ease Podcast

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"shar" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

"Wise She was in the in the nursery and then acute While I was in the hospital almost. Six days seven days. Shar was in the hospital for eighteen days. The treatment that I received. Some nurses were extremely kind I actually had a nurse that she explained to me that her son because I remember I cry and cry, and I was just so stressed on. They wouldn't let me be the hospital. Because my blood pressure wouldn't go down, but at my blood pressure went down because I was stressed out that my daughter was a Knick, you And I just. I just. Couldn't. I don't know how to explain it, but the feeling of just knowing that I could not walk out with my baby like everyone else broke my heart and she explained to me that. That moment would be momentary, and that one day I would be running in the yard with her and I would not remember the feeling of not being able to hold their for that first moment where hold her immediately or not being able to go home with her. And she explained to me her story and how her son had cancer. And she. She explained to me that every moment was precious, and at times she would forget. Just forget how sick he was. Because you're just trying to treasure those beautiful moments so I can honestly say that had excellent care from some nurses, and some nurses were very cold and very nasty with me at one point when I was getting off the medication. I got really sick and I was trying to call him a nurse, but. In a while I was calling the nerves, and I had an incident and she was extremely rude, extremely nasty. Choose like A. Why would you do that? Like? Why would you? Not even call me and I was like I. Did I tried the best that I? Could you know I tried to stop? But I couldn't so you know you can get both both ends of the spectrum per se. With everyone..

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"shar" Discussed on Strong Black Legends

Strong Black Legends

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"shar" Discussed on Strong Black Legends

"This week's flowers are going to talk and parks in R&B songs. I don't even remember the first time I heard somebody talking to earn. Be Zone but The first solid that I think about when I think of this happening is boys to men into the road. Kill we just pause for a second and listen to the situation that either he or all of them were in into the road. He's dead and I quote him him girl. I'm here for you all those times a night when you just heard me and you just run out with that other Fella Baby I knew about it. I just didn't care you just don't understand how much I love you. Do you own time out. I feel like is the toxic relationship. He clearly did. His paramour is just like out running around. He's like yeah now. You're doing me wrong but I don't care I don't care about it so much. I'm making you smell to tell you that I don't care about how you treat me. Which on the one hand. Oh my gosh feelings are so deep but like on the other one is she loves yourself more regardless whether or not this should happen whether or not the lyrics all right. I Love. That had happened in rb music and it needs to happen more it. Just ask a little layer of of drama right. 'cause like again seeing the situation to some mighty within is like no let me break it down to you also. It makes sense that we're so good at knowing this right like there's a reason that it sounds normal rb songs in it's because it's church mic one. The dude like just like okay like pause for a second. Let me go ahead and testify testimony we lenny Williams was talking about. He missed his girl and he's sitting around and he watched television until television when off. He's testifying about his trials and tribulations. You know who else probably does that every Sunday morning when you can make the church sister whomever just pick one. So there's something about this tradition. That just I dunno feels like home is sounds like home I think. And he's the comeback until it does topping parts in rb songs. These flowers are for you friends and family. We have made it to the end of yet another episode together. I am so proud of you. You Hung in Mary and you know what by now. We send a lot of time together. So guess what I think that makes us best friends which technically makes you a friend of a friend of Shar Jackson. You're welcome please. Sinned all thank you gifts to my po box. This show is a production of Apple Street studios in partnership with Net flicks and strong weck lead. Executive producers are Mex- Linski Geno Ice Berman. Jasmine Lawson and a guarantee Chevron our lead producer is Josh Glenn Production by Jesse Jupiter Engine Neil Anderson with additional production support by Cindy. Okay and Alexis more. Our music is by the incredible Dan Wheel. You can follow him on the socials at deejay Don will. He'll make music if you pay for it. It's true televise. It you have been your host Tracy Clayton and you can find me on Instagram at Brooklyn. Mclafferty come say hey. I Like I like for instance attention me and my therapist. Make sure to follow us on other socials as well. Strong lead lead if you had fun with me today if you enjoyed what you heard then spread the joy and tell a friend because what the world needs now is joy sweet joy. Also don't forget to rate and subscribe to strong legends on Apple PODCASTS. Spotify AND WHEREVER FREE. Podcasts ARE SOLD UNTIL NEXT TIME. Shine bright all of the skin on queen sugar like it can't just be coconut oil in there right. It's got to be some some star US something able you know it. Let me guess on lobbyists? Okay Okay Bye..

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"shar" Discussed on Strong Black Legends

Strong Black Legends

11:44 min | 1 year ago

"shar" Discussed on Strong Black Legends

"Realize they could do this and that they're not trapped in whatever little world little environment that society tries to tell them that they're stuck in. You could step out into this. You could be on the cover of this you. Can you know what I mean? And and it wasn't I don't know I just think it's a powerful thing like when I really sit back and think about it like This one kid actor of color he's Hispanic and he came to me and he's on a show that I might not love love your show. And he was like no wait. Hold on I just want to tell you. Thank you and I was like hot because you made it you you were part of paving the way for people like me to do what we're doing and I was like shot of all who's chopping right but yeah no no. I think it's I think it's a nominal did and I'm super proud to have been a part of it. Yeah you and Missy. Elliott's one minute I just want to hear about it. 'cause missy is just like speaking of kinds yes I mean. Also how did that happen? I think she's going to call me. It was like Yo come do the video and I was like. I did a lot of videos like in the nineties girls. You know what I'm talking about. I wouldn't be able to you know. Breathe knowing that Missy. Elliott had her phone at every day. Just like back then. It was like a. What do you call? It are two ways to Rolodex. Two-month big gloppy bucket every taste buildings. So yeah me and that man but yeah so I think she just called and was like oh come do this video and I was like all right. I'm there and I saw the wardrobe and I was like well. I'm aware the to to the panties right in the lace panties. That's the was the a and the big hat. That's GONNA make this bill dressed in again and I was like this is so not Nathan. I remember dad to we. We were together and I remember coming up to the set. When we were dud wrapping. He was like you could take that home. So what you're saying that you know I asked you. Don't need this right. 'cause we do just say don't ask no questions needed to be. Everybody knew what it was and so yes she called it. I did the video and it was a great time and I look awesomely hot lake. Yeah I mean not like Bill Myself Way I mean he C- who was not ever sexually hot. Yeah whatever to putting this outfit on in being. I was like this. Is it right here? It's like it got to say to everybody like you now need theon Louis but can do yes and loved it. It was awesome. Yeah I'M GONNA get back in that they do it do it. It's going to happen speaking of music. I wanNA talk about your career. Okay a little break homey that you were in a group yes. I love the way the spilled yes suspicious. I did that I did that. Yeah Yeah 'cause I was trying to make it like I felt like instinct. They were so like hot and so they were winning. They were the one they were again. There's always like the battle of the two whatever whenever whenever it was the incident. Backstreet boys now team in Saint so I was like okay so when we're on tour with them if they're letters look like this are letters to threaten to the perfect right so also reminds me of like nineties music when all of the groups yes very creative. Yes yes absolutely. All of us act like we couldn't spell and it was awesome so impulse Ed a song on the Princess Diaries Soundtrack about like Ju found the group. Okay so yeah I put the group together and I did it initially as a joke. Not really a jolt but like when I put the group together it was like me. My sister's my cousin and then this one girl that we did make audition. It was Morgan. She's from Australia a lap. But I was like no I. Don't listen guys. Look we're awesome but we want to make this worldwide. How you visionary come on Man I was like do we are going to be bigger than the spice girls debit. We need an Australian and we found mortgage mortgage or the group and it was awesome. An we would just do Karaoke in my garage. And I spent thousands of dollars off Mikes and speakers and all the stuff to make just like an elaborate stupid gigantic. Karaoke space in my garage was so bad ass heavy and so then like I started getting more serious about it like I was like Ali actually kind of sound good minus you gotta get rid of you because it's not work in certain eliminated family members and so I started gigging. My sister's out they made it made it at the end was my cousin my cousin Diana because she was my Justin Timberlake to my J. C. Show say are Hamas was fired so she she got the state the was. It couldn't go. Well let's not the personal guys. I'm trying to make this real the industry for that. I would have them do shows the stuff and they'd be like this. How are you? Are you complaining? Are you playing Alpine replacement like we with through so in this group that I it drove me crazy like literally that was the downfall at the end of the day girl groups? That's our work especially when you're the boss of the girl group and you know they had the nerve to get mad at me like I would. People bubbles. It would be gigs right and I'll be like can the group come. Can we can we? We can sing the national anthem or we can build shopping. They want you know going without my group. I pay my family applicable. And so we get everybody's there and then they get mad when we show but I have a room and then they have two rooms share. How are you here stopping? You're not going to do that to me. So they get jealous. Ah Let's be honest. This sounds like it was not like dreamgirls or anything like that. I'm just saying put it together. I was trying to make them rise with me. They didn't want it and so I had to leave him behind the dust that was return. Wait for this lifetime movie awesome so I WANNA play Morgan. The Australians making blonde your I can do an Australian Australian exit. Uh-huh work on it. But I feel you but I feel we appreciate the NFL. Let's not include that. Okay Okay Okay. Okay so you got more serious about it though like I did I had the kind of yes but that was the downfall lake importunate. Hasek story interest. Okay so two things that must address. Let's get it number one celebrity rap star. Okay you killed that Shit. Thank you hear the Song Right. Yes and he was there staring me in my face like looking up optics like I just like. When is when is the mic state-drafted because it was too precious way too much pressure like I was like listen? I'm not a rapper okay. I'm an actress who convince myself. I'm a rapper. So I mean I can't I did a twist of ours so awesome but I do watch that like go back and watch that because I would do is I thought I was God after that. So awesome mob did. Their Dad came out with the rap album. Their Lake here. That's what I had so much fun on celebrity around nude. How's it made some awesome friends? What can we look forward to from Shar Jackson in the year? Two Thousand Twenty where we are now. Man I'm coming back brand new lake. We direct him. We produce definitely directing. I am producing. I am being an entrepreneur. Like there's no other like I have bath and body product. Line called SHONEY's. Oh and it's all beautiful. Artisan soaps in all bath bombs and body butters oils and all these things that myself and my children actually make ourselves. We actually do it and stuff. He's working. Oh Yeah Yeah. Yeah. You can't live in my house for free but It's beautiful beautiful stuff it. It all looks like food. It's just it's awesome an amazing and I love it and then yeah I have a couple movies coming out this year and out anything out. I've rested these last years. I was napping and then now wall toward up. All of the energy you need now is just right. Well before we let you answer the world and you lose to go make all things. Yes super super quick. Let's do a segment that do getting rapid fire? Go random question you ready. I'm Brett to go okay. Do you have any dream roles or projects? Oh my God yes I want to play Janet Jackson her biopic. Ooh Is that like a thing that like is in the work somewhere maybe. Is this an exclusive? Maybe oh my gosh you heard it first right If you had to choose one randy's Donald to listen to for the rest of your life sitting up in my room. That was quick also great choice choice solitary line. It's your turn doing anything but it's work nothing just I feel like everybody else has got its work. I need to be different. The as the preplanned you know what I mean Mary. Part of Bertram. Okay so if it were possible to pull one's black card yes okay. What would yours who shit? I can volunteer. Okay so okay yes. Saudi also because when I volunteer Ma. Yeah Yeah Aguirre roasted and I. I don't WanNa okay but certain someone who said she hates actively hates watermelon. Okay Oh God you're GonNa take mine so I can only watch one media. That's all I got any. They say goodbye to a girl. We're doing here again. I would not expect to one hundred. I think it was perfect. Feel seen safe-space Shar Jackson. You want a the light and.

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"shar" Discussed on Strong Black Legends

Strong Black Legends

09:33 min | 1 year ago

"shar" Discussed on Strong Black Legends

"And my children love motion. Yeah I don't watch it with bated weird some time watching my own work. Yeah at critical. Yeah so like as you're watching us. Nothing like I should have done this. I should have done that or will like damn. She sucks but I definitely see things where I'm like on could have done. You know that up why they go with that take I. Don't yeah I don't watch it do does do your kids. Anyone in your family ever call you mec- they will never know all right. No Sir well since we're since we brought Moesha yes. We must discuss it because Malaysia I think is one of the like most impactful. Sitcom yes because I get addressed and spoke to a group of people that people aren't really catering to the like young girls. I'm so proud of show. Everything we did was so groundbreaking and I didn't realize until I became an adult because we were doing and just felt like I was good to hear like the younger kids. Talk about it like while you talk about that. Touch on our tackling the BEKKER's racial we touch on Malik. Godly get so crazy. 'cause we really touched on things that were happening in our neighborhoods and nobody else was doing that so yeah. I was pretty on that. I heard that you didn't have to audition for does it. Not so flex of all. Ooh Yeah No. I done this other show called South Central. I loved South Central Central Soak. It was so good that did you know those J.lo's Berry first acting role I did not. Oh My Gosh. We did the show. And the same producers from that show are the ones that worked Amoah. So that's why why was there too and So yeah like I was working on this other show called my so called life and I just one more day now is gonNA wrapped. I got a call from The producers and they're like Hey Shar so listen we're in production on this show and Shot a couple of days but the actress that we have isn't really working out so we're wondering if you could come in and jump into this. We only got like two days left. Yeah can you handle it up like done with this today? I'll swing by and save a little shot. I mean I'll see you about getting on a t-shirt bad so it'll be great because I showed up in luckily spit right in restless history. You Randy had such amazing girl before yes. Oh God yeah so I sing. Occasionally and brand was always singing so we would cross paths a lot in in that world. We were both really good friends with immature. And it's always like do stuff together singers Blah Blah Blah. I'd known her before that but I didn't get to know her until the show. Yeah how did you go about developing the character of like? How much of NECE- was shot a lot? Yeah a lot I just I kind of just I wanted her to be real. I wanted her to be that one chick that nobody ever gets to see what I mean like we had brandy who was the straight You know super educated. You know I'm going to be the good girl and we had count is doing the Kim character which was like the off the cuff. Kray and all the mischief friend. What about the chip? It holds them together right. What about the glue? It'd be the glue and another flex that I have heard about. A Little Brady told me. Is that knee was supposed to be there. For the first she was funny she was just supposed to be there for the first episode. Her name wasn't even Lisa. Your name was gail. Wow I'm happy. They change. I didn't feel like a gale is like a definitely A. It's not an easy you know. Yeah not an easy so not even for the first season but just for the first episode. Just it just for the pilot. That's what it was supposed to be. And then what is walk me through this? Every week there was a new script on my front door was. I don't know if you would have been able to tell me anything. After that on my mom would have made sure she was like. Don't you still better? I'm on did do way. Have you heard a story about that? No one Oh my God like six or seven right and I remember my mom and I think Filming all day and we get home from from work and we walk into the House and this mom checked me in the beginning of life and we've never had a problem since we get home and I'm exhausted right so my mom's like oh by the way don't forget it's your night to do the dishes and everybody stopped and looked at her leg. Dishes chromos star. I'm nervous at this point. So my mom was like you're a star. It's like yeah okay. So she walks over to the sink and in that one little light that's like right over the sink heels in flips that light on a she was like we'll start. Shar does the dishes won't pass it and what added a room and we've never ever in life had another problem with the with any action that would keep me humble for the rest of never had a problem. Wow ONTO G. Yeah so militia. Yes huge show. Yes both now and while it was still lawn. It's GonNa be a reboot right. That's what I'm hearing here in some some about that. Is this the exclusive here some stuff about that? I'll let you know when there's with. Yes yeah how. How did Your Life Change at the Pinnacle of militias? Success did in a sense because like when I go out of town and things like that it would be crazy. I remember we went and did some event in like I don't know what it's like Texas or like Chicago or something. I don't remember because while we saw in out robust. I don't even remember where we were but I remember. We had to be airlifted out of a mall. Know gruffly like instinct. I was learning. We are what people whose whose instinct today Dated you going to stay. Say Want to be on saying alley. Felt like beyond say well yes so it was like we got airlifted out of the mall because fans were going crazy like I was bizarre to me but I think the strangest thing or the way that it I realized what was happening is all all the places that I would go all the the award shows and all these things I was being invited to all the time lake doesn't always like okay when I'm sitting in a makeup chair Lake Next. Saly Dionne Fan and I think that's kind of what I realize. Yeah that we might be onto. Something Brady had dolls you too Barbie Lake. I remember Brandy Doll. They had moesha books that I did not know yes I found like my sister thought it was funny to buy them all for me but she the collection of Moesha Books. I was like what is this. Stu- covered teen magazines was crazy. It was crazy man beshear but I lived in Orange County and in Orange County. They just didn't care. So those pretty cool Ballots literally both were right. I think unreason that especially Nallet. People are like thinking about the show and talking about the shells on my. Does it like? It's just a good time for this Algebra whether or not as because media for a while was not as black as it was of the nine right or if the world is just shit and we just want to go back to all of the above all of the all the baths Lee believing. Yeah there were so many black shows on. You have been apart in some way of of so many of their work. Do you know that that the character nece- actually appeared on Moesha? The parkers girlfriends clueless what that character alone showed up on. All those shows like meet the. Yeah wow this is weird and bizarre and it happened I missed. They'll say so much crazy so much. Tv It was like really good then like it. Was it made if you you know what I mean now is over saturated with all these things like I mean? I'm not saying it's oversaturated. I don't WanNa work but right. It's the everybody had their shows like there was like. Oh gotta get home because then it is coming on and and it's just not like that anymore and it's not it's not bad. What does it mean like looking back as we have this conversation? What does it mean to have been part of such a black time in media is pretty bad ass man like it's good to know that? I helped girls that.

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"shar" Discussed on Strong Black Legends

Strong Black Legends

08:54 min | 1 year ago

"shar" Discussed on Strong Black Legends

"Dave black icon. I'm so excited to talk to is the one and only sharp Jack. I don't think I've ever been called an icon. So I'm a little exciting Yes probably thank you for being here. Thank you for having me. How does it feel to be called in icon from digging it? Do you feel like what I don't know. Maleta marinate for a minute. We'll let it marinate I will say that there have been some times in these interviews where some celebrities sort like you know. I don't I don't really feel like I did that real quick but then I'm going to accept it like this. Is the Europe accepted yet? If you're GONNA call me that I'm going to accept that I mean you kindly if the shoe fits which supposed to do put them out? Put them walk around pretty much. Okay Shar Jackson. What were you like as a kid? How would your fourth grade teacher describe you man okay as a good kid I got kicked out of a lot of schools though. Oh yeah nothing bad. It's just I ask a lot of questions. I still don't understand. I don't eat questions. Were you asking everything like every? I'm a Virgo League. Soak up all the information possible so I asked everything the teacher would say that something is something Okay why is it? Oh that's messed up and so I get kicked out. Okay how was it? That wasn't really sexy. Okay so you ask a lot of questions I did. They were like it's too much. You gotta go. Yeah what were your hobbies when you were getting kicked out of school. Enjoy the same hobbies. I have right now. Dude I I played a lot of video games. I am actually a pro Gamer for heard. Yeah so that's that's kind of exciting. I'm the only female celebrity that that's A. That's a partner at mixer for sure. What does that mean oppo? That means that means that they pay ME TO STREAM VIDEO GAME. Play Bass play my games. I curse a lot and yell at the television. It's amazing that sound interact with with my followers. So right. Yeah so other than you. The only black woman Gamer. Who is known advocate? I know because I usually tyler so I'm very curious as I can see that okay. Yeah Yeah I have a lot of similarities so I can definitely see that. Yeah Yeah I love this factoid about you because I don't know who else knows it. Yeah I mean I know you win actress right. Wow okay. There's there's a lot of layers to peel. The cannot wait as a kid. Got kicked out also plan video game at some point. I'm an acting since I was three years old. I got my first job when I was three. It was like some commercial. I don't remember it My mom does less and so I never was even like really in school like a normal kid like I would be there for a couple of days or a week or so and then I have to leave and go to work and then oh tutoring onset and things like that That sounds hectic for kid. Was it at my life so I didn't know anything other than that like literally. My whole existence was like that so I didn't know that that wasn't the norm right. You know right so school for me was spun because it was either there. I get to see some friends and Piss awesome teachers or personal teacher. Who GETS ME and answers all my questions with not a problem in the world which also helped me graduate when I was fifteen years old so that is kind of a good thing. I'm not mad at that but outside of school an acting in my video games I did martial arts my whole life too so that will how that was my other release games in the Martial Arts Mike all of the arts or like yeah leave you in particular. I mean I mean I have some that I gotten fourth degree black belts in five that I have fourth degree Black Wilson but the rest after a while I stopped doing it for belts an advancement like that is just more of for the the love of it in the end the training you really do layers gaming and leaders late for me martial arts brought Zinn peace and Me Being able to control my anger and and understand discipline and things like that and I think what is today's just like a all bad. Let them fight like may see. It's like come on Lincoln's not. It's not just that like all. I learned Martial Arts. Was the last thing you want to do is have to use. What no right right today. I think kids just WanNa go and beat each other oaks. They think it's cool. 'cause he dumais. Yeah that's not sexy. How do you think your martial arts training helped? And benefited you in your acting career. Oh my God tremendously Again give me patience numb. And he gave me discipline Hollywood as when I was growing up and it was a crazy place still crazy but it's a lot different So it was a lot of things that I'd have to deal with as a child that were adult things that if I didn't take the patients in the the the discipline to learn and understand it probably would have messed me up a little bit So I think it helped tremendously. Yeah I can see that being true. Yeah and you know you hear about like some entertainers who get onset since definitely spas out gough people because added this round like. I never did that because I know how to use. I think you and I think that's that's important so I think it helped tremendously well. Let's talk about your time on so many said let's talk about In one thousand nine hundred seventy good burger that year. Welcome to good Burger home with a good burger. Can I take your order? Do People like yelled at all the time so I got a game and conventions and I go icons cons and all the stuff like that because when we gave her animal geek. My newest thing is I'm caused playing right so I tell you I just went to my first comic con and a few years back in December November December. And I literally like the first day I went as me and I said at my booth and how to do the next day I put on my monique outfit for good burgers. I 'cause plays ask. I walked the crown. So good fast spot on you worked really hard so I thought it was bad as I could cause players myself that I have. I have a new goal in life. Yes I want to be able to cause play. Yes yes yes I'M GONNA make it work making them out. How did this welcome about free? Like how did you hear about it about the role though so Literally that one was just a regular auditioned. It was my agents were like. Oh there's this role and initially when they asked me audition for some reason it was like a cross and communication and my manager had told me something like it was for a Wayans brothers skit or something and I was like. That's a different scenario. So I'm like oh it's a way of brothers movies so this is going to be off and chain so one way of playing it in my head script and then vicar revamp that. Because that's not. That's not going to sit well. I made some adjustments right and then the roles had you done. I would have went dude. God knows a shock. Oh Oh wait a minute. E Yeah Man. Was there a lot of like breaks in the for leads so much fun? That was the most I ever had on any project ever in life. All we did was we were just a bunch of crazy kids avenue. Good time Making a movie about a burger. Have your kids seen? Oh my God you do. They love it so I have a granddaughter right inspired. Today it'd be birthday babies the weirdest thing to even say that. Fix My mouth to say those words. I tried to keep my composure. Four you can go ahead. I fainted when I am I just. She's five today. She watches that movie constantly really constant and she took her tablet to the zoo today so that she can watch while she's at the zoo overkill baby girl should just look at me and say the line. I'm like okay. Thanks so dear caves in your family watch so my mom.

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"shar" Discussed on Kingdom Mom

Kingdom Mom

26:06 min | 1 year ago

"shar" Discussed on Kingdom Mom

"The free ultimate mom binder video course. We'LL SEE NEXT TIME. Kingdom mom All right so so we're back with. Shar and we've been having such an amazing conversation in these last few episodes I we talked about how sharp didn't even come to faith until she was thirty nine years old which is amazing She actually used to be the person who used to make fun of us. Which is okay. 'cause I totally went through a period where that's where it was too. I was like who are these crazy people. They're waving their hands up there and so we talked about that we talked about. She and her husband's walk through addiction and coming up the other side and healing their marriage but weaved in that story in. The background is sharp finding her identity again. So we're going to talk about that today so sharp. Can you kinda give us the before like? Obviously you didn't come to faith until you were thirty nine. What was your identity prior to that. What did that look like gas for? Sure well I think you so much for having me again. You're such a blessing to so many people So I would say.

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"shar" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"shar" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Nick line aaron over the weekend shar alassad and that regime in syria attacked a attack to town in syria dumas with chemical weapons what are believed to be clinical weapons against seren gas at least forty two people died five hundred were injured on late on saturday many of them sheltering in basements during that artillery and bombing attack it was the worst attack since april fourth twenty 2017 that one killed eighty six people in another village the united states launched fifty nine cruise missiles towards a syrian air base just a couple days later it's not believed yet that the united states has launched retaliatory retaliatory attack although israel is being blamed for a counterstrike the first time we intervened in the middle east directly was the first gulf war one of our key allies in that conflict was cutter they are now considered an ally with aljazeera and a direct link as a propaganda ministry of islamic radicalism since the eighties we've been helping to arm the saudis mainly as a check on the hegemony of the iranians because the saudis and the iranians don't like each other don't trust each other there's a long standing historical dispute there the iranians are persians saudi arabia obviously arabians who's the true followers of muhammad it's cetera saudi arabia also exported to us was it all but two of the nine eleven hijackers or was it all of them i know it was most of them at least.

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