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"tarbuck" Discussed on Tara Brach
"There's room might even send set heart. Space so spacious so vast includes all of us all of us living with the fear of loss insecurity so universal continuing to sense that precedence. That heart space really as home then remembering this presence that can include in such a tender open awake way in remembering this that can be fundamental wellbeing true refuge. Only we attend. We can find her way again. And again into this pure presence this place of knowing as elliot rights and all should be well and all manner of things shall be well as you're ready taking some full brass an opening your eyes so thank you friends for being willing to explore there's something about this openness to directly facing the reality of our lives that actually brings alive the love and the awareness that were afraid to lose. It's a pathway. Actually that leads to real joy and full being nece. So it's a pleasure to be with you in it. And i look forward to continuing this explanation next round things for more talks and meditations and to learn about my schedule or join my list. Please visit tarbuck dot com..
"tarbuck" Discussed on The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast
"Welcome to the people's countryside environmental debate. Podcasts thanks so much for being with us. My name is william mangku on the co host of this alongside as ever. It is dubbed up dumb shirt. The waldman member each a fun type proper fanfare initiative. Maybe get somebody to is any data flourish. You did a flourish now. You never need to flush to. We got we got trump player or a horn player listening to us right now. We like to record a a fanfare for us at the start. And that's the way to start a podcast episode isn't it. I remember comedian. Wants talking about He was going to get annoyed hood from the queen coming through. Whereas it might have been jimmy. Tobback stood in this big oil and and juku vandenberg was looking at the big trumpet. Went up in jimmy. Tarbuck said was that. I said that's the queen and gb tabart said she can play trumpet loud. Catchy anyway yeah. We've been on show is i think i think that's la- last made half our audience laugh the other for just another one. That might make him laugh. It depends on a carriage with the queen. Mother number years go between members dead now so to be pulled by horse and they're waving at the crowd and the whole farted very loudly and the queen. Mother said i'm sorry about that. In the blake said also thought it was the horsey. Said yes right right. So we discuss world large world-scale environmental issues here on the podcast. And for the last. How many episodes are can't even guess. Now we've been discussing questions sent in by you listener. This episode is new different. What is our question today in. Who is to the question. Today is some keith in mountain. oxfordshire the verdict. My mother was bone. And i wanted to. She knew wonder if they knew each other. You know i didn't give so that night anyway. His question is david. Attenborough was asked what we could do to help the environment and he said not to waste anything. this is walkways alongside looking at cobb neutrality. I think no kaethe asks should know waste ideal. Start with limiting our own waste thoughts. This.
"tarbuck" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea
"Tangerine. Handsome because you'll Hanson, you think you can dislike change from just because I. Think just because I mentioned which is. Thank you. Revolting. Hygiene. Devious clothing, have it? There's just so. Twenty eight years of podcasts in which FUCKING Finding delivery, but there's something to be written about their where I. Get delivered my own actual closed last day. That's a notebook is a new. Isn't it good? Okay fine so so so why shots Shit in the closing? That's really good shutout meeting on. So more identity politics knows interesting. Shall we move on to the sucked lecturer? WHO said that Jews with the covers people started means loftus then just. I don't know why I'm nervous. About Tweeden's politics makes burglaries and so university lecturer, who was sacked off the saying that the Jewish or the cleverest in the world and Germans a good engineers has had his claim for unfair dismissal rejected fired because he's Jewish recovers in the world. He said this would funny if he said Joseph even the world to who denied it in two thousand eight different languages. Judge Richard Equation for. I didn't get it because. Carnage Jewish I can't say these things. The. Yes in the guy the guy. Some of the other things he said, so this guy. I'm jetlag. Generally speaking I sat down my quite often in defense of. Of people who are middle aged people who are getting screwed over by the ever shifting sands of culture, and I tried to leave it alone and cause trouble, but basically times. We just love it. It's a thing on which I know. What side of the fence and I sit. Now that I'm a social media, I can get away with writing about because you don't just get. Fed? Up with people being being sort of defenestrate for this guy on the other hand has said some things which are a bit. They're sort of nine hundred seventy S. the Jimmy tarbuck thinks he didn't really need to say. He's a university lecturer insists on talking about how Eskimos. We're GONNA fishing. I didn't see before which is which is which? Which I'm now I'm not surprised that he was dismissed. Because it's Stephen Lehman, be seventy-three a part time lecturer at Southampton Silent. said that he had a soft spot for young black men, because many had fathers. He said that he said it's not racist, but and the things he say. Was? He says he thought it was say them because they were positive, but Racist Racist tropes and I believe that the Jewish of the cleverest people in the world it's. The Jewish for start like I. Don't really care, but it's not really didn't say Jews. The Jews would be better than the Jewish. Probably, this is really interesting. Because on on this American life over glass has a long conversation I know. But I know he well he he has a long conversation with one of his researchers about how she she's not Jewish. And she said she thinks that saying the Jews is is rude and racist Rav. The Jewish people is what you should say. An IRA glass in the going. Where is he who is born king of the Jews the Jews? What do you mean with bonking? Racist Punches pilot. Right we'll. Say. It's not so much that it's just the Jewish of the cleverest people in the world i. Jews. A senior academic at. Sony someone senior to him? WHO's an engineering lecture? Mention shed a degree in physics and he asked her if she was Jewish on the basis that. I asked in need defense. If you Jewish because of your ability with maths, Physics, etc, the judge said a Jew told. They are good at physics, because there may consider that as demeaning that person intellectual ability in hardware. Do you know what physics oval a popular DNA Okay K. and I didn't really work I. Don't like it and I think what I was. Doing getting double as in English which I did as in French and German which I did and Asian history in that which I did. and. And then I did physics as well, and it was like yeah, obviously because MC squared. Just did. A I think it's probably. I thought Ken Bruce. Radio too often the most. He says that all the BBC manages should be called. Issue many managers they should will be collateral. Maybe a call all the managers at the Times to become of. Thinking about the cows secure in your job to call for the management, too because they will wasted time, they're all doing. Understand, twenty two stories. That's the one that you think you're going to respond about just sort of right. Yes right apiece say good, Okay Bruce, calling I hereby corporal the. Radio and podcast Gopher Ben to be called 'cause they anybody who isn't working from six am to six PM to on new. Environmental Services, worker, who is outside, he stopped Jesse the other day. Anybody who is not working absolutely not out for those hours is useless. Is Possible column as you say talking to. What did you call him? Our environmental services worker the Guy Road and he's knew. That might lead to a column. Okay calm about how losing mode. And bear in mind could be hard to make it funny, but my cat Mo who he has been gone for three weeks. And three and a half weeks now I could write about and I've been everywhere pacing the streets night and day. The people I've met. And the relationship I have within three Mo-, and it's now I used the the guy who used to sweep road accommodates named at dickey's to chat to him, and it's not only. Possible, I talked to rose weeping. Because the not always is there that much talked to rose hips about your go. You missed it. Like it's not going to say lovely job. Mate loud. You could get data off that I. Mean it's not it's GonNa be but. Human Interaction is really important for everyone so anyway, so I go out now. Most been gone for quite a long time is three and a half weeks. I think we think he's not what I know. He's pretty sure he's not dead because he'd been gone for two weeks when we went scuttled off the Norfolk for a week's holiday and the first night, we were away our next door. Neighbor across the road said I've got. Mo- were found though and took a photograph of Mo- it definitely was Mo-, she brought with another neighbor found him up the road. Christopher brought him into the house and our cats it out to there was known to that mowing, so he went away again and I wanted to drive back. The, the two hundred of miles from Norfolk just to get my cat, because I want him so much now. I was glad that he's alive because he's not dead, he's going to be killed by Fox's or run over. I thought I might write. He's just on holiday and that's what people said if he's on holiday. It's what you say. He's young male cat. Yes, he's been neutered a young male cat some. He's having a great time, and my personal theory is that he is in. He is in a tangled garden somewhere catching mice and having a welder time we'll be back in November Beth when it gets cold, and then that we came back and be went by and then last night. I went out looking for him late at night ten thirty PM. Because that's when he used to be on the prowl, and I got an e a next morning, the same neighbor. Had Moore again by email because he didn't have my phone number and I didn't tell me until the morning so was. Is there so we know that Mo- Isn't dead. Mos- around he doesn't WanNa come home I can deal with that. I just want to see one more time to say goodbye I just want to say hey, come and. Cuddle! It's cool. Do what you want. We don't have to own show. I mean we. We took delivery of more when he was two months old loved him whatever, but if he wants to go and do other stuff that that's fine. Exactly so the column would have to party. One of them will be kind of endymion. I've I've been trapped in this house for four months in lockdown, and frankly not really going on holiday. We had a week in over. We're going to call here and trapped in the sense of the kids are here. We have no personal life at all. We have no private life. We have no emotional space. We have no romantic time I trust. I do not have.
"tarbuck" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"In the final set I thought. Maybe it was time to accept that these players were exactly equal and should be allowed to progress to the next round as a doubles pair. On single plays in a similar way to blockbusters. Difference in the score. Greg differently it had been a terrific doubles pairing and ended up winning the singles at Wimbledon Saturday. I saw. Let's pick the Liberal Democrat. MP On the right stuff this morning with is massive wonky face. which e the result of an awful paragliding accident? So I hope you feel good about laughing. Limbaugh is running out as a stand up comedian on his second GIG, wishing the best of luck, it's the hardest job in the world being a stand up comedian. Jimmy Tarbuck once told me. Said quite arrogantly I would say I think he's overconfident. Someone who'd done one Gig one point Matthew Right, said something amusing, and then be crushed, and like he was gonNA. Seasoned, pro dead to say you do the presenting Matthew. I'll do the jokes as being funny was what limbaugh open was famous for. Doing one Gatumba does not make you. A comedian does not give that right I've done thousands of aches and I'm not sure I'd qualify. Matthew writes having sex with the failed x factor contestant on his desk I. Don't think anyone have minded if limited, said you do the presenting Matthew and I'll do the having creepy relationships in the public eye looking proud of myself as if I'm dating Julia. Roberts went actually just a Chico, then no one would have complained. That would have been is what you are known for, but if you see them open, do give him a punch in the face. If you hey I'm on the other side of the jaw, you might even everything a little bit. Sunday I was disgusted to read in the Sunday Mirror. I don't know if you saw this. The Dick I beg your pardon. Nick Griffin has been accused of grooming his own daughter, which is a newest capable of disgusting stuff, but I never thought even eight would stoop soda. Then I, read the rest the article properly and discovered. He was grooming to be the next leader of the BNP. Driver rather my initial reaction to be honest, horrible disgusting twent-. To route. That you co.
Sam Herman (Cup'ik) Part 1
"Welcome my friends to the storyteller. Will you'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following. Jesus Christ without reservation today story takes us back in time to Nunavik Island Alaska who Sam Herman shares about. What life was like? They're growing up. He also tells about an accident on the water that drew his attention to God. My name is Sam Herman near I come from regionally from Newburgh island. The Place Corey Newburgh Island A certified mile white long and fifty five white. It's not really small like island. I born joop BEC- real eskimo born in the spring. I born aggress. No no spring bet shot house and my blank dish. All do crashes put together and those are my mattress. Most of the time I sleeping now steam best where they make require steam steam house and after boy. It's really nice and warm and sleep in their boys. Nice even these winter. Most of the time in steam springtime doesn't have no stove oil just burner and now opened a tap when to and right in the middle of it. There's rocks strucks and there's hangar and put those fish And put them in a fire. Just turn around round and round finally coined done. Just put up an eat it up. We says she loyal if you have a Sheila and then after that close Her anymore smoke in the house. Close up the top. He will not go away at have. No doors is pretty warm nyland's Small religious very far bud on Macquarie a show quoted who people in there? We don't grunge show much but great great great once in a while with go to Nash. Harbor that would be some around thirty to forty miles. No no no airplay notional machine buy duct team. My Dad took me to national but one time when I was really small mar little boy I couldn't even reach tarbuck that toward Schlitt. Hang up and try to get Very hard in when stormy stormy storm carstairs. No trees down. There can be nothing. I hardly don't go around so much from Dislande Noah's Most of the time stay home and lot of times. I feel like go out when I was little bigger. I share like to go hunt. Shem Fox White Fox Red Fox and tire mickens. I Shared Act former family. Something that for who in. I like outdoors. Were I was little not Trish on that island. You can see long ways if you go up on. Tabar Little Mountain. You can almost see around island and it seems like it's only only place when I was little kit that island usually she mountains now Nelson Island mountains across across the ocean but he do s nice down there cusjveqr my home higher rates down there. My family raised me down there. Nine hundred ninety and now Christian people start coming Roy. Do we were surprising and It was nice nice to have something that speak shinning lists and the teachers came in before. Nineteen thirty six and my dad were core built a school building. He don't get no money. He paid by food like a jam. Fruit Flour Shuker. He never get new. Casts are anything.
"tarbuck" Discussed on Tara Brach
"The following talk given by Tara Brach Meditation Teacher Psychologist and author. Nama Stan. Welcome today I was sent by a friend. Article about a Palliative Care Giver. We're who works with. Children are dying in South Africa and he did a survey with them. A kind of informal survey and the inquiry was really what makes life worth living and one of the main responses was. Nobody wishes that they'd spend more time on line that that was the first thing the other one I want to name was kindness matters if you see this article Quite beautiful just registering that when. We're really aware that we don't have that much time. We don't want to be off in some virtual reality day and we do want to be in. Our hearts wanted to start that way because this is the second of a three part series on on radical compassion. It's based on the title of my new book which will be available December twenty nine. This is my commercial moment. The book and these talks is meant to give some guidance in using the rain. Meditation which is mindfulness and compassion in working with our inner life. From whatever stuck places we have going on. Tonight it'll be relational. How do we wake up more with each other? And the next week extended relational. How do we really be part of the healing in a pretty hurting world livestream you can also add missed one of these you you can also get it by going on Tarbuck Dot com where you can get any talk really and also you can link to the book and so on so we begin with a holiday story that is really one of my favorite illustrations of Josue Watt in this story story an old man in Phoenix calls his son in New York and says a hater in your day but your mother divorcing thirty years of misery or enough? I can't handle it anymore. The Sun screams at them. What are you talking about pop? And he says we can't stand the sight of each other any longer. We're sick and tired of each other. So recall your sister in Chicago and teller and he click hangs up okay so son calls a sister and she's immediately went Sushi. Here's she says okay. I'll take care of it then. She calls her father in Phoenix. She says you're not getting divorced. Don't do a single thing until I get there. I'm calling my brother. Back will both be there tomorrow. Zero she hangs up. The old man hangs up. His phone turns this wife okay. They're coming for the holidays and they're paying their own way so I start with this because so much just flying around for so how many people around the holidays and what comes up is on some level we become the late of awareness shines on where the different tensions are. They may not be as extremely streamline manipulative as that but we get the idea so in a little bit of you do a reflection. There's several in this doc on on just looking at your current relationships and in some way with that Lens of how is this for me and one of the lenses this will use really as far as the end of my life looking back and I find it very powerful to use the our life span as the lands ends. I often quote another palliative. Care Giver. Who after sitting with thousands of people reported that the greatest regret of the dying was I? I didn't live through to myself. I lived according to others expectations. Maybe according to Moan internalized judgment. But I didn't live aligned with my heart and then when there's a little bit of a deeper digging I like what does that mean aligned with our heart it really means you know if we're at the end of our life looking back. How would we want this relationship to a A? How would we WANNA be kind of presence and connection we want here? Are we really embodying. What matters to us and to me what's valuable is that this isn't just the dying that have regrets about their life? You Know I. I talked to a lot of people people I can sense right under the surface. There's a disappointment that this life isn't really unfolding. The way I want it it to be. I'm not the way I want myself to be. It's not just the dying that sense of being on the line. So how do we wanna live and one of the ways. I language what I find when I really explore with people is the language of radical compassion and on what I mean by radical compassion is that were embodied in other words. We can't really be compassionate if it's idea in our mind like we hear about people out there that are having a hard time and we go. Oh that's really too bad I. I'm so sorry verses. This is the kind of compassion when our hearts are tender and their resonant. And we're actually caring and we are. We want to act so radical compassion means were embodied and the caring is active and radical compassion means that our hearts are all inclusive. It's not like we feel a whole lot of compassion for this person but this person doesn't deserve my care. It's not like that. It's a very open inclusive quality of heart and I'm spending a little time on the definition because I think we need to reclaim the word compassion. It's it's floating out there. It's a lot like love. It's very mushy and yet if there's ever a time in the world history that we need actively cultivate compassion and caring and stretch ourselves widen the circles beyond where habitually we pay attention. It's now it'll be what allows us to care enough to act for our earth that is suffering so much for those that are most vulnerable and live to ourselves right in an immediate way tonight and tomorrow with the people that we are interacting with so we need to reclaim climate and in that spirit. Let's let's reflect for a moment. Invite you to sit comfortably.
"tarbuck" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"So Amazon stores inventory, handles of filming accepts payment deals with the returns handle shipping, all of that his able, small businesses that ten years ago, fifteen years ago, would have had absolutely no chance to even consider getting into that business. So I, I actually think. It is spun probably thousands of small businesses that wouldn't have been in business if not for these big tech platform. So it seems to me that they created enormous amount of competition on balance that might be sort of a contrarian viewpoint. But, you know, there are certain aspects of their behavior that could certainly be argued as anti-competitive. So Google got in trouble with the EU, for example, Amazon might prioritize some of its own private label products over competitors products, and that could be a problem. I don't think is a lot different than what Kroger does, for example, putting their private label stuff traditionally position on the shelf. But certainly you could argue that Amazon's algorithms make it unfair for competitors. But on balance I wholeheartedly believe that the existence of these platforms have significantly enhanced competition and consumer benefits. I think a lot of people are looking at the negative aspects of these companies, while simultaneously Norring the incredible achievements that they had it. So it's like looking at the liability side of the balance sheet without ascribing any value. The asset side. So there might be regulation, there should be some regulation involved, but on balance from the user's perspective, it's free, and I think on balance, it is created competition in terms of antitrust another interesting thing. I've been thinking about recently read a book by Aita tar bell called history of the standard oil company and it's basically a collection of the original pieces that tar bell road for McClure magazine. And she was the famous probably the most famous Muckraker as they called it. And it's an interesting book to read because it was written in nineteen o five before the supreme core famously broke up standard oil in nineteen eleven so Tarbuck was instrumental, she was actually a catalyst in getting the American public and by extension elected officials to rethink regulation and legislation. And in fact, in force the Sherman law was actually in place since eighteen ninety, but she was really the catalyst, or one of the catalysts that got Roosevelt and his administration begin thinking about actually enforcing it. The reason I bring up standard oil's because I constantly hear people refer to standard. Oil at when they're talking about antitrust, and it's obviously the most famous case. So that's not unwarranted. But the standard oil behavior was so blatant, and so agreed jus- just a classic monopolistic behavior. They basically consolidated the oil industry to gain market power. They colluded with railroads to fix prices on.
"tarbuck" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Bill. How dare anyone? Yeah. You're looking pretty good could be sexy EMT or something. I don't know. Let me see what you got during traffic right is being in a wedding worth at how much did you have to pay actually have three questions? Is it worth it? How much did you spend India still get him a gift, especially if it's a destination? One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five it's four eighteen. Here's New Jersey fast, traffic, delays Dillon Breckenridge. Seventy spans chambers ridge row, that's a crash being cleared. They have cleared one Redonda elephants. Northbound side of her by Ryan road. This report is sponsored by Staples. Staples has supplies you need now. Save up to twenty percent on the all new HP officejet pro printers. They're smart mobile. Unsecure? Offer ends five four see store or Staples dot com slash HP officejet pro Staples. Traffic on thirty five and has let slowing down south pants. I'm biller avenue. It's a crash that took down a traffic light. There's also slowdowns on the Parkway south at one twenty seven crash has been cleared to seven bunching up south of aged. Threw three if you're north until seven heading up towards route eighty the right lane is closed. That's an accident car ran off the roadway. Expect delays on the western spur of the Tarbuck. Really? Greta both ways sixteen w down of the car on the truck lanes. They construction exiting north at sixteen w and leaving New Jersey. We're on the five to ten at a range, Holland and Lincoln tunnels. Tom rivers, New Jersey traffic, north Christina, south, New Jersey traffic south. We're looking at delays on she ninety five southbound definitely five sixty one to reform to you'll be hitting the brakes, and we have delays on route one thirty south approaching forty two and six seventy six outbound. That's pretty heavy for Morgan boulevard to forty two definitely want to watch out for that forty two. It's gonna get congested south out the area of lower landing road and fifty five northbound leading into forty two seems to be bumper to bumper right now looks like we may have an incident on westbound seventy right before the area of ninety-five, very heavy here. There's eastbound delays leading into that area as well. So do please be prepared to be hitting the brakes here traffic every fifteen minutes next report that four thirty three from the all American auto. Group traffic desk, shot sedate all American auto group dot com. I'm Christina south. I want New Jersey one at one point five. Did you have your house for sale last year? And it didn't sell you know, you did wrong. You didn't call robbed can ski of Remax first advantage. Doctor Koop of west orange withdrew her listing from another agency because her estate home didn't receive the marketing and attention it deserved. She heard about rob and his superior marketing. So she relisted with.
"tarbuck" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Laurie Kirby. Thousands of workers walked off the job today. Perfecting stop and shop stores in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island there is a strike on many of these supermarkets are closed if you're going shopping while the company's scrambles with this contingency plans WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe is outside the stop and shop in danvers which was closed and then sense reopened and inside the self scanning checkouts or buzzing outside. It's this noise pumps of support from passing cars outside stop and shop here. And Dan verse. Where two dozen workers are quietly picketing, I asked this employee what the main sticking point is negotiations health insurance making a four times more expensive a lot of people can't afford it as it would really hurt. A lot of people longtime worker rusty Tarbuck says being on strike will be a big financial hit for his family. Big time. Big time. I can't really afford to be out here for days to do what you got to stop. And shop says it's disappointed the unions chose to order a work stoppage and tried to disrupt service at their stores. They say there. Fulltime workers are among the highest paid in the industry. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio another active vandalism at a religious statue. In dorchester. This story today from coral Stevens statue of Mary sits high above Dorchester avenue on a rock. It's hard to tell what that red substances. But it's not hard to tell that it shouldn't be here. This man lives read around the corner. He says it's a sign of the times people are angry. They want to make a point of why not just bring to the street. Why why do they have to go? You know face, you know, stature marriage.
"tarbuck" Discussed on Hurry Slowly
"Whether it doesn't have to be that we're suddenly meditating hours and hours a day, but time away from our gadgets with our families and friends and in ways that we sort of create stopgaps around all of that. Data and information. Yeah. So coming back to this idea of the inner critic and the piece of his referring to before you were talking about the necessity of sort of befriending, your inner critic, or at least not actively rejecting your inner critic could you describe that a little bit? Yeah. That's really related to a central. Tenet of any meditation system that I'm aware of that is is that works is that resistance doesn't doesn't help. So there's this sort of modern equation around meditation that pain times resistance, equal suffering. So whatever the pain is whether it's an inner critic or it's an actual pain in our body. If we resist it, we're actually just creating more tension. So we're not going to solve the problem of, you know, wanting more stillness or spacious in our lives or wanting lessening of the voices of the inner critics by resisting them because we're meeting tension with tension. So we have to sort of make space. That's where this practice of building capacity for awareness. So knowing what's happening, first of all just realizing, oh, there are these voices. I'm not just kind of running with them. And and finding myself down storyline where you know. I am beating myself up for not having finished a project on time. But we're starting to say, oh, wow. Okay. I noticed that I'm criticizing myself from this. What what is that really about and making the space to be able to I witness and allow and accept which starts to loosen that tension in that habit of creating more anxiety and more resistance around something and starting to investigate and go underneath what's that? What that's really about. I I had I was late on a delivery of something recently. And I noticed when I started to make space for it. And allow myself to actually feel it rather than just kinda push it away that there was a lot of just anxiety around disappointing. This. Person that I was supposed to deliver something to and you know, that disappointment goes way back like we can start to trace the these patterns that are deep and they're old. And that's where meditation starts to connect with collagen and starts a process of unwinding patterns that are probably really ingrained in us for for decades. Depending on how old we are. And how do you see that awareness unfolding in your own practice moment to moment? I was reflecting on something that one of my teachers Tarbuck says a lot she asked this question. What are we not willing to feel? So for me when whenever I notice sort of a negative emotion or or tension in my mind or also in my body because usually is related to something going on emotionally I start to try and make space for it. And notice what I what do I not wanna feel right now? It's usually some. Version of fear or something related to not feeling like I'm good enough or not doing enough, which is a big one for most of us in this culture now. So that process of recognizing tension is the first step, and that's what I mean by some people don't even know they have these critics are just on autopilot of constant, performance and productivity so that first recognition is is really the the first step to notice and I've gotten pretty good at that..
"tarbuck" Discussed on Mixergy
"You decided you were going to API API's worked from yet. I could see that was a growing business for you. Right. Yeah. And so then we launch. And we realized that people were the majority people were on banked out. There was a lot of front and by the way talking about fraud. What happens is where we're in the wild west in Mexico. So what happens is for merchant gets Tarbuck, which spewed from from the car colder. Yeah. The only way they can win is if they have a regional signed receipt. We have local regulations still stipulates that a online transaction is the same as a physical transaction. So you need that voucher and or receipt. So it's on the merchant. They're gonna lose no matter what if it's on the murder to prevent the fraud, but Florida ever happens or else they're done. Yeah. And so the fraudsters get away with fraud. And they can do what you did to avoid fraud. Now, obviously that's going to be a deeper conversation and we get into. But if you give me one thing, it'll help me understand why you guys are so good at it. Yeah. So that's. When we decided so we built the API. So that was Don we created something really good for merchants and developers and Andrew Brice customers to onboard with gonna and being able to process payments with credit cards and cash so we can talk about cash as well. But in the credit card scene from the beginning you got cash. Yeah. So we did with oxo. It was a different bra. It wasn't knocks. Obey was just paying. I'd also stores was just a partnership immediately. With also how did you get I'm going to come back to fraud? But how did you get oxo to pay attention to you? That's part of hustler. That's part of. Is pushes push counseling. Make phone calls. It was no introduction. No, nothing. Just you constantly calling in and saying your people want to buy stuff online. Let them come in with cash. We'll give you a percentage that was it in the same with banks. I think you've got a good presence with people do. Yeah. I told you right from the start. I love the way your dress. The way Makara yourself has an elegance. You don't see in the tech community. Right. Well, it's you need to have that hybrid presence in Mexico because his really old school and times even have my suit in in in the office. And you could always switch into where you always somebody who had this elegance. I strive as a kid so much to grow up to be adult that look like you. I couldn't pull it off. Did you seriously? Did you grow up an environment? Where your dad were a suit and was conservative in well-mannered. Nope. No I while. Yep. Like old school Mexican family and is normal and traditional in Brazilian traditional was how does that play out? Yup. I'm third generation enterpreneur in my family. So my grandfather was an entrepreneur he wouldn't wear from the northeast really hot. So you don't wear suits. But yeah, it's just you need to dress up every probably be proper. Would you address your data, sir? How do you? Call your dad know that that. Okay. That's it. Okay. So it wasn't like that. And your did you teach you anything about entrepreneurship, did you learn anything? I was a kid. One of my first memories was just looking at my dad, and my mom as well. So it's both are enterpreneurs doing this looking into. Small shops. Okay. Do you like? It's it's retail. So I realized and I remember them looking into accounting into all of these issues, and I grew up with enterpreneurs, and I started working with them. When since I was a kid at ten years old. I was working with my dad, and I started from the bottom just like sweeping the floors and mopping and that was really good. I think that taught me a lot about being an enterpreneur. I used to do that to my dad always told me don't follow me into my business, though. It was he had clothing stores. He said don't follow me into my business. Go be someone who has suit did your dad give me that kind of direction. Go beyond this take this and move forward. Well, my dad is a electrical engineer my mom's computer science..
"tarbuck" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"What we do know is that there will be plenty of people performing as usual, sir. Lady gaga. He's obviously got a busy month ahead with the Oscars and everything she's branched out in all sorts of cultural directions, but they'll be jewel LIPA performing as well. Quite a good transition from Europe to the US quite a popular person here in the US as well. Sam Vincent, interestingly, the Grammy's always feature odd pair of classic kind of semi forgotten act with nurak. So let's expect Reta chili peppers. If they have washed up. For the shore yet with post Malone, but gentlemen, I is also slated to perform and people say that her presence will bring much needed kind of feminist edge to the events last year's event, which was hosted by James corden, quite noticeably didn't feature as much commentary as perhaps the Oscars did. So people are hoping that Alicia Keys hosting this year will mean that there will be a bit more of an spoken edge to proceedings. So's promising is it too early to speculate who is expected us to win. I think so although one interesting thing is that T s. s going to be presenting and they've made a huge name themselves here in LA, and they may actually pick up the first Grammy. So K pop is branching out. Very good. Kierra another new story. We should talk about this is about Los Angeles famed upright citizen brigade theater, supposedly circling financial. You know? Yes. The upright citizen brigade theater is reportedly not doing so well financially. And I guess this is interesting because the organization has started laying off some of the sales and marketing teams in New York. And now they're considering renting out the space on sunset for a few nights a week to make up for their financial troubles. But they're coming under criticism at the moment because they they are an improv theater. So naturally give space to up and coming acts, and they have been the proving ground for many of what are now. And of Hollywood staple names, but notoriously they don't really pay many of the improvises pay very little those that have also been performing there for a few years. So I think this is a bit of an exemplary story in as much as such an established venue is coming onto criticism foreign attitude that perhaps has got of course, something quite symbolic to say about the industry as a whole can the industry sustain itself with the amount of people that come here to allay and tried to make a name for themselves and Kennett sustain itself by continuing to say that exposure is enough. Let's continue with one more story. It's about Netflix. And netflix. Serious attempts to win an Oscar of the best film. So I think the most talked about film at the moment with regards to the Oscars coming up city the big event at the end of the month is net. Flicks. His own Roma much of the cultural commentary in the papers that you'll read about either the film itself or the fuck that yell it to operate CO. Who's the main actress in the film has obviously received a nomination, and everybody's talking about how much of a fairytale story. It is that she's not professional actress and yet she's nominated for the big award. I think this is really a marketing coup for Netflix, not entirely kind of self generated. Dave obviously hired people on a big and an important way. Just to do the job specifically they've hired LIZA Tarbuck who is a huge marketing executive behind campaigns for other Oscar-winning features such as moonlight. For example. They've spent a lot of money for the marketing campaign. Aroma notoriously, buying thirty five billboards and some set they're really going for it and disobeys a lot for net flex because they've already picked up a lot of Emmy's, obviously. But winning economy award would be really important for them at the moment because they're having to I guess the prominence in their self produced content space with so many other players moving into streaming at the moment net. Flicks. Want to be at the forefront of those kind of online streaming platforms are actually making their own content as well. So we know that Disney. Comcast Warner media will all be launching streaming services.
"tarbuck" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Angry mashpee mothers recovering from second. And third degree burns caused by hover board fire in her home. The board belong to the were visiting friend one of Lear Robinson's children, it had been charging in the living room when it burst into flames Robinson was burned when she tried to remove the device. And now she steamed the companies need to step up and find out why things are exploding. I can't live in constant fear that something's going to happen or I'll never have anything like I won't own anything. But I never by boy, the consumer Product Safety Commission is received more than three hundred reports of hover boards overheating. Or starting fires in the last three years in two thousand seventeen to sleeping Pennsylvania girls were killed when hover boards started a fire in their home. The kid wanted Santa got the cops instead Bridgewater police received two nine one one calls in the early hours of Christmas with no one speaking on the other end you got to investigate that took two visits to an oak street address for officers to figure out what was going on. Namely that a child was trying to reach Saint Nick police Klein to file an incident reports in Florida dispatch was able to stay calm and collected as she handled a far more serious nine one one call on Christmas day a woman called the Orange County nine one one center Christmas day after son fell into a pool. The dispatcher laying instructions on how to do CPR on the boy until medics could get there and completely covered with your mouth and then blow to into the lungs. First responders arrive quickly and were able to revive the boy who was hospitalized in serious condition. It's one thing to hire someone to clean your house, quite another when someone's they're cleaning. And you didn't ask for it. That's what happened last week over nor that police arrested a man after he allegedly entered a random woman's apartment took off his shoes. And started to clean out litterbox when police showed up they say, he wasn't a confused state rambling and not making any sense. He pled not guilty to several charges at his Raymond earlier this week, including disturbing the peace. In Maine, a robbery victim ended up becoming the getaway driver for the man who broke into his home Tarbuck is a string of charges including burglary. Major Paul Mitchell says tar box broke into the home eight the homeowners food and took a shower then dressed in the home clothes sat down and watched TV. That's win the homeowner walked in small child outside and he just wanted. The intruder to go away tarmacs claimed he bought it was a friend's house. And then ask the victim four right Hollis. The homeowner complied police eventually arrested tar box and say he'd gone on quite a crime spree allegedly stealing two cars prior to going into that water borough homes are boxes behind bars. This morning is attorney says he suffers from mental health problems from.
"tarbuck" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Someone was asking on Twitter, I like this moment. And why would like to know more about it as well? In toss Mazda with LIZA Tarbuck with, we'll do LIZA Tarbuck. To demonstrate how love Greg Davis Davis pasta. Made you on the cake. How was the? How was the experience of saying, thank you. So I'm just saying cake trials. Oh yeah. Yeah. Until you. Go into shades. Got to be covered in confectioners cream. It was something along those. Yes. Yes, I think it was called something else about something. And an is a recognized sexual fetish sent many image. And been contacted by two clubs. Really different world. My normal world and Chesham. Lovely. Yeah, slowly she wanted the temperature to be warmer than it actually was more of a shock than it should have been. No is really nice, but it was. It was. It was monkey for a week. How do you completely, you know, it was in the bath, try that because it was so the way the way you sat described on the show. Oh. Opened up basically. I'd never done anything that before. Nothing. Nothing going in before. I think genuine enough before. So the first time stuff, good style. If if anything's gonna go. It's nice. Some of the options. Saying, I think still looks nothing since gone in. I've thought about it. Much much going. Objects, no object. Inanimate things animate things have gone in there..
"tarbuck" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Let's get it done quickly. Now, there's a difference. There is one at the end of the half. They were trying to conserve time. The one that they just scored here to open the half just two huge plays that being the thirty seven yard run by Mike Warren, Michael Warren, and then the thirty eight yard touchdown catch by Zayas Eduaro. Guar has a career high one hundred twelve receiving yards in this game. After having is Brady career career-high last week when he had sixty eight or sixty nine receiving yards against he Ohio. Three touchdown lead percents is the Bearcats tried to improve to five and try to win their six that row. Going back to last season. Ryan Jones is ready. Young man from new castle. Indiana approaches the ball and kicks it very high end over end kit. This little carry two yards deep in the end zone Tyler coil takes a date. And the huskies will start for the twenty-five. I made the comment earlier Dan on the on the field goal. Try by Michael Tarbuck that he hasn't tried many. Because pathetic it's been behind for so many by so many that they've been forced to go for touchdowns. I think you're going to start seeing some desperate metrics here too. Which means a little bit more throwing the ball down the field by David Kendall quarterback Fandel eight for sixteen in the first half one hundred nineteen passing yards favorite. Target McLean goes motion to right to left. Here's a run to the left. Mensa stacked up and taken down after a meager one yard pickup. Marquees Copeland was there. Kevin has been kept in check. Harry's eighteen yards up zone run on the left side. Well, stretched out by the Cincinnati defense. He did get a yard. But well defended by two formation now for the huskies on second nine from their own twenty six they scored a touchdown on their opening drive. It have not scored again since running back Scott goes in motion lines up as a receiver out to the right Pendle. Back to throw fires. It is caught and her G biolo- squiggle spurts out of a tackle. And then gets pulled down three yards. Short of the I doubt at the thirty two yard lives as a nice throw by pin? Del and my algae came back cops ball, what might even going to be Russell down and fought out of that got back to where he caught the ball. Third in three coming up for the huskies. David pin? Del looks toward the side. Right where the pleasure signaled. Ed. This has been Dallas Speidel year at uconn got a redshirt freshman backing up potato like Marvin Washington who is from Orlando Florida made his debut last week against Syracuse. I'm third and three. Here's a high pass incomplete intended for McLean guarded nicely by Perry. Young headed forced a three and out for Yukon pit Fandel definitely has happy feet. Now. He knows the Russians got to.
"tarbuck" Discussed on Answer Me This!
"So you can fit in if you could play Noah for the day, Helen. This. Which animal would you say? I'm gonna let you drown. Like if you just try. I mean, I know you'd think so of ethically I've, yeah, financed by God, I should probably do everyone, but like if you had the chance to quantity kick a rhino wasps. Yeah, I it, it will. I think it would be something flying. Spoiler Coppola thing where like spikes creatures brains, and then they kind of become like slaves was that in the William freakin directed version of Neil burns affari park. If I be no early, the problem would be this. God gave Noah one hundred twenty years warning of the flood. Yeah. So you could get on with building the boat. I would have just left it till the night before because you know, like. I use the word boat there, but that's controversial. It self isn't it? But I know that the type of woods is debated. So. Guests cypress. 'cause that is a good good for not rotting in water, some mild that, like I mean, you think reverse engineer, it wouldn't you if you're a religious person at some point over the past few hundred years, we've discovered this country. This grows near Israel. This must be gopher woods, but they haven't. So was the idea. Do you think that Noah cut down all the trees made of gopher to build the art and thus they were extinct because they were dead on the ship, seems plausible to me in which case if it was his favorite kind of, would he should've brought some gopher seeds with him or is it the like a lot of things in the bible? Maybe the translation is problematic. That's what they think. Because Muslims think it's take us a lovely would Allah. I would request a boat made of teak. Why not? Do you think someone said what you're going gonna make the Noah said, I want to go forward. They missing missing missing who invited Jimmy Tarbuck. Thank you. The arc was the longest wooden boat until the nineteenth century because they are really held together with these dimensions because it was good building it. Sure. But it was built to the one to six ratio which is the most stable firm ocean going vessels, meaning it would have out to ninety degrees in order to capsize. Okay. One ratio told me through that. So like the length to six times a week. Honey ideal for both is not going to because you know if you're interested in this, you can go and tour. A tourist attraction that is supposed to be life. Model of knows out was that it is specifically in Williamstown Kentucky, halfway between Cincinnati and Lexington, and right of the seventy five. Size, it's called ark encounter. There are his five hundred ten feet long eighty feet wide and fifty one feet high. No animals, but they do have lines no animals and is the fucking experiences? Well, it's a museum about how the walls created. Well, how did talk to Noah with three tip lines. Zip lines and the logistics of how that happened. I was actually browsing on that yesterday on Wikipedia, and I stumbled across a page called searches for Noah's ark, and for moment I genuinely feel hold on. They didn't have Google in three hundred fifty three. And then I realized it was people looking for Noah's ark. It so stumbled upon the list of unusual deaths with period that was very absorbing offers Rideau I strongly recommend what was the most exciting? It starts off with someone getting smothered by hats during imbibing tease stick the crowd, and it just gets more intense guy who he owns a woolen mill falls into machine and get swaddled by several hundred years of will. It's really good page. When we were in, I think it was either Kentucky Indiana, and we'd seen that there was a bible themed mini golf, and I really wanted to go and absolutely crossed the when we got there was shut. So we just paid through the fence and they had like arc one. What else they have Joan around the wheel. I'm guessing not a crucifixion. I couldn't see the full cost, but that might have been bald Papa eighteenth hole. Three, the stigmatise. It's weird though that the pain of Jesus somehow is more immediate to Christians than the pain of Jewish assesses in the Old Testament to Jews. German. You don't read about the play..
"tarbuck" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Sorry c a p a t a z so captive s i dunno captive ass i will look into this man of i can get emulators are wrong and you should never play emulators ever but i will look into this this this this stuff with not maybe not emulate is what will figure out was going on on that front but yes i will look into this nonsense because trust me will there there are a lot of trashy terrible games that i wanna play the saw series i really hope that come out with a new game because of game for terrible uh but yeah there are i thoroughly enjoy like when we watch gone awful movies on the weekends we also enjoy playing godawful games dr fox zero sarfu man that one is never been topped i don't think an offshoot like black tigers get black tiger gave it a solid run towards the money no good black tiger wasn't even finish it wasn't but star fox was and he's even worse is though giant do starts it what's gotta situations tarbuck says that nintendo seal of equality han yeah yeah oh it like lego has your whole hey everybody debbie come down here how how you you doing doing a binches uber but um i will look in the plane is because that sounds like he's going to be pretty dope now people without further ado it is time to go ahead and jump into what you have all been waiting for with the the people have been disc clamoring for for the past two weeks now because i don't i haven't been talking shit when it goes that when it comes the video games i i don't talk i put up a shot of nandrolone you do talk talk after i've been threat number put into a corner some went when the all clear up a baby in the corner baby.
"tarbuck" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
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