27 Burst results for "Tully"

"tully" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:38 min | 3 weeks ago

"tully" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"What about the younger generation that might be someone listening to this thinking, you know, that's all well and good Tully and angel. You're able to do that. But for me, I'm very much can't get away from this and actually my parents won't let me do what I want to do because of this anti culture. You're nodding, I'm sure. Yeah, I only recently moved out so I've lived with my parents up until I was 30. So what did the aunties make of you moving out then? Yeah, well, it's a shocker though. By myself for four House by myself and you know there's no man to help me do it and I've also done all the building work myself as well. So yeah, it's a complete shocker, but I must say they are proud of me and yeah, 'cause I'm really proud of me. So yeah, it's like I'm shameless with everything that I do. But yeah, I've been there where I can't escape it and you know like with them like Asian houses, especially like we have people in and out all the time. Like it's always an open door, especially our house like anyone can come anytime uninvited guests and they can stay for hours and it's out of my control because it's not my house. It's my parents house and I think the best thing to do in that situation is again it's just like mentally prep yourself for how much time you are going to be around them. Physically in the house, you could just nip off to your room, you could be working, you could be doing other things..

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"tully" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:13 min | 3 weeks ago

"tully" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"And you, in your book, brilliantly, categorize aunties, according to spice, I absolutely love this. Oh, I love that. Isn't that clever? She's got mild spicy and hot aunties tell us more on Trump. And I've got all of them, which is what inspired these Nando spice chart. You know, you've got your mild auntie who's slightly younger, you know, she's got the blow dryer going on. She looks fresh. And she'll want to talk to you about boys and be like, yes, so tell me what's going on. But you still have to watch out for her. Then you got your spicy auntie. These more of your middle aged one, slightly older. And I feel like it definitely the spice level goes up by age. It really does like in my experience. Yeah, again, she's slightly more maternal. She's loving. She gives you the food and the Tupperware to take home. She wants you to be well fed. But if you give her the tea and the gossip, she will gossip. And your heart, she is just all about the gossip. She is spreading. She is spreading the rumors. Left right and center. So yeah, that's my spice chart of aunties that you need to look out for. Have you had gossip spread about you, angel? Oh yeah, of course, every time. What are they saying? What are they? I mean, it's interesting that your spice chart is about the degree to which they'll gossip. The ones you have to watch that you have to watch out for all of them. What is this about? Oh, that I'm not married and I'm 30, or that I'm too Mark. You know, I'm too I'm too much. But you know what? That's a compliment to me if I'm too much. So I don't mind. Well, yeah, yeah, keep talking. Keep being too much. Absolutely. You're in the right place. Absolutely. Tell me, you're agreeing Tully. Oh my God. Gossip is always the bat may not be married. My auntie is can not believe I am 32 and single. They think there's something wrong with me. And it's so funny because they're sat me down in different variants. Sometimes it's like, us, how's day in going? And then the answer is, I guess you call them hot that I've been like, no, what is wrong with you? What is actually wrong with you? Is it that you can't cook? Is it that you're looking your two picky, some I do think that like the bean medical cities always say funny to me. And what's really is, especially in my culture, a lot of the artists that are so onto me about being married and where is your husband? You will say, do you not have a husband? Why are you stressing me about having a husband? Where's uncle auntie? Where is uncle? Why are we all on season no one? Why are you in unhappy marriages and talking to me about getting married? Like, it doesn't make sense..

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Washington Examiner: Biden Fed Nominee Raskin Faces GOP Opposition Over Climate Change Activism

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 4 months ago

Washington Examiner: Biden Fed Nominee Raskin Faces GOP Opposition Over Climate Change Activism

"Here's some breaking news ladies and gentlemen I'm sure you're going to enjoy that Sarah bloom Raskin President Joe Biden's pick for a tough Federal Reserve role I spend Harold on the left as a climate crusader a reputation that will complicate her confirmation process Washington examiner The major focus of Republican arguments against Raskin will feature her view that climate change is a systemic risk to the U.S. financial system And at the fed should play a role in mitigating that risk the nature of her Okay But Joe is a moderate he's not He's not Bernie Sanders or AOC Although as I said Tully in the right light so he just nominated the head the Federal Reserve this kook who believes that we should use our finances relevant to climate change the nature of her positions and the power the role she would have will also come under Republican magnifying glass Sarah bloom Raskin is specifically called for the fed to pressure banks to choke off credit to traditional energy companies and exclude those employers for many Federer lending facilities So would you do a quick Google search and see if this is Jamie Raskin's wife or sister

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"tully" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

05:51 min | 9 months ago

"tully" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"I wanna go see. I wanna talk the dan even if it's only for a console so i got a sense of what i'm going through whether that's a good thing bad thing whether i need to panic where they don't need to panic. You don't lost a poor person to end. Up with tire treads on their four. Which is the way we used to speak about it. Intelligence community is out of nowhere. They didn't think anything was wrong. There fos kits indicted and walked out and all of a sudden all the action. Wait the things they did for their boss. You need a lawyer will point interesting. Okay so i guess what is really the as far as your vary but the firm itself. What are some of the future plans for growth any kind of know big things you see affecting. I guess. The market were directly affect you. Maybe laws that could be different policies. You see anything coming down. The pike i guess that could negatively or positively affect. You know the the case. Look you guys have sarah. My field with federal law national security on national security law looking out people at security clearances and corporations who rely on security clearances get their work done so in that area and i do some other types of law in that area. We're fundamentally different environment right now. We've just come through a year which there's multiple reassessments of one or the national security needs of the country were also a time period where the professionals in our feel so leading. Motorists in the country are now facing potential criminal indictments or investigations for their behavior. Probably behavior reform was perfectly acceptable over the last few years. So the client need is going to change. What's not going to change. Is the path to our doors. But we need to do. All those media events do our networking so people know where to go to when they come to us. This is where it's going to get really exciting. Is things are changing okay. There are threats to the country that we did not understand existed. Five years ago so employees are going to need to be careful. You go on a website for some domestic organization. You thought it was a second amendment club in it. Turns out to have other things that was doing. Maybe even on january six. You may end up needing legal services. In a way you never would've thought of when the association you want to be careful about were in russia or cuba or the ukraine. It's easy to avoid those kinds of situations but your next door neighbor now. Going to be of the state your next door neighbor could be. Somebody earns a potential threat to the republic. And all of a sudden you have to figure out how to navigate your employment with wanna seventeen intelligence community elements with the defense department when the defense department is now in our fellow americans as a potential threat..

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"tully" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

04:37 min | 9 months ago

"tully" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"Yes so you're located in dc not too far away. I'm actually on the eastern shore this week and you're right there in the heart of dc. It sounds like gavin more at twentieth. L. in the golden triangle district of washington just off connecticut avenue and k street excellent. So let's jump right into it. Tell us a little bit about your your background. Dan how you got started in your profession and a little bit about the firm and the specialties series. That you focused on. I'm sort of unicorn in this field. And i came out of law school when communications law october and a whistle blower protection and then went in house at the pentagon and the intelligence community for a number of years and when i parted ways with dan coats a few years ago. Matalin gray rinky asked me to come in and help represent our intelligence community padre and contractors and our servicemembers on security plants law. So i came. I came to the practice of law or late in my career. The firm itself has been in business for eighteen years. We have sixty five plus attorneys and eleven offices around the globe. Were in london. England our new york or washington. Dc or not at texas la great so strong presence in new york state The military law practice group is headquartered out of buffalo new york. Tony kuhn magic partner. And i work in his practice. Group and represent employees federal employment law matters in the non-intelligence feel and then for our intelligence community service members video full array of military National security services on security clearances and in courts marshall's and those sorts of activities. Very impressive so eleven offices and around the world so and the bat you know your background Very interesting it sounds very intriguing. Feel like sit down and probably just here. You tell me much stories. Every every day so probably couldn't tell them to think beautiful me global sign of things that's very important and it's not too when you think about national security law but We're doing the work of companies and corporations and preserving their assets doesn't security clearance hell by an employee like defense contractors an asset so often we'll get calls from The general counsel in house at a corporation to do corporate work as well so the international footprint helps us with the needs are corporate clients and our corporate clients often have complementary goals of our individual pints excellent. So what are some of the challenges client this faced with when they're coming to you whether the existing client or if it's someone that has not used your firm firm lakers at all they're coming to you with an issue with some of the challenges.

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Cicero and the Catiline Conspiracy

Conspiracy Theories

02:21 min | 10 months ago

Cicero and the Catiline Conspiracy

"On january first sixty three bc e. marcus tully. Cicero was elected as one of two consoles. Rome's two most powerful leaders. They presided over. The roman senate approved laws and commanded the army during national crises. It was a huge accomplishment for anyone but especially cicero. He didn't come from established society family his city was conquered by the romans hundreds of years before as a result he was considered an outsider. But over the years. Cicero established himself as roma's best lawyer. This gave him the support to enter politics where he earned a reputation as a fair and efficient leader from there. He achieved the console ship. There was hardly time to rest on his laurels. Though being console in sixty three bc meant dealing with rome's intense superficial unrest. The lower class believed the wealthy were taking advantage of them. Cicero suspected that they along with a handful of double-crossing senators. Were plotting something devious. But he had no idea what this was probably on his mind when he went to bed one night in october sixty three bc just a few hours later a servant cicero. It was a matter of life and death. Cicero got out of bed in greeted. His guests led by crassus rome's richest man. They told cicero he was right about the plot and should call an emergency session of the senate they needed to discuss what to do with the traders. Cicero was grateful. They believed him but they needed more evidence to which crassus handed him a pile of letters. Cicero read one then another and another. They all said the same thing. Some of the senators were planning an uprising but it was far more brutal than cicero had imagined. The letters revealed their plan to gruesomely butcher. Their political opponents before taking control of the government in cicero was their number one target.

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Rippers Left Hand

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:34 min | 1 year ago

Rippers Left Hand

"I'm your host kit crumb. today jack. the ripper left hand. There are certain mysteries stand out and remain known. Answer what happened to amelia earhart. How did panamerican huge flying boat. Hawaii clipper disappeared without a trace. And who was jack. The ripper between august and november eighteen eighty eight. At least six women were murdered in london's white chapel district but it was the gruesome nature the murders that brought about panic and fear in the area for months finally spreading like the plague across london. Where the press picked up on the cereal aspects of the deaths and dubbed the killer. Jack the ripper. There are currently dozens of organizations that debate the evidence surrounding the eighteen eighty eight white chapel murders attributed to jack the ripper. There is speculation that there were two killers. Some experts attribute six victims to jack. The ripper others say eleven the list of suspects exceeds five hundred ranging from royalty to doctors and one jill the ripper as of this writing the number of nonfiction books on jack. The ripper is closing in on two hundred and that's nonfiction without a doubt the most highly publicized rip book to come out in recent years was written by patricia. Cornwell portrait of a killer. Jack the ripper case closed cornwell claims to have found dna evidence linking walter skirt to a small number of ripper letters. Her book rapidly climbed the bestseller list and was the subject of numerous radio and television programs around the world. Cornwell may have found evidence to suggest that walter skirt hoechst one more ripple letters but the fact remains said skirt was in france on the night of at least four of the five ripper murders. He was not jack. The ripper. cornwell use twenty-first-century technology including dna to come up with skirt as jack the ripper. Even though as mentioned he was in france during a number of the murders on the other hand james tully author of the book prisoner eleven. Sixty seven. The mad man. Who was jack. The ripper spent over thirty years investigating the white chapel murders totally poses many questions about criminally insane inmate. James kelly who escaped from broadmoor criminal lunatic asylum and evaded capture for over forty years specifically question. Why prisoner eleven. Sixty seven's government files are still classified and will remain sealed until twenty thirty. That's an interesting secret. Finally no collection of books on the why chapel murders would be complete without the thousand nine hundred ninety five volume jack the ripper. Serial killer this highly research books speculation. Jack the ripper may have been an american. Dr francis tumblety who had a criminal record and both sides of the atlantic and in fact was arrested. Eighteen eighty eight as a suspect in the white chapel murders. Their theory is based on a recent discovery of a letter written by a scotland yard. Inspector authors stuart evans and paul gainey claim that jack the ripper died in nineteen three when tumble tease heart stopped. Shortly after i finish the research for the story. I received a letter with a fingerprint. At the top that the author ledge was taken off one of the letters received by scotland yard and determined to be from the thumb of the left. Hand of jack the ripper. He claimed the original was among the files of broadmoor criminal lunatic asylum prisoner. Eleven sixty seven which would remain sealed until twenty thirty. The letter was signed anonymous and curiously there was no postmark. The letter seemed validate author. James tolleys assertion. That james kelly's files were classified. But if at the time of the murders scotland yard had acquired the killer's fingerprint. Wideout make an arrest if however the print is that of james kelly. Why not say so.

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Psychological Autopsy

Last Day

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Psychological Autopsy

"And suicide research. There's this thing called a psychological autopsy and it's pretty much exactly what it sounds like a snapshot of someone's mental state leading up to their death. A lead investigator collects personal. And biographical information and conducts formal interviews with family members friends and any doctors who may have treated them. It is a lot of information but the one voice that's rarely in the mix the person who died so this week we are doing our own pseudo psychological autopsy and reviewing tolleys story from five different perspectives tally through her personal documentation janice developmental psychologist sharon. Who we just heard from their middle sister noah and bhatia their mom. They were so nervous and i didn't understand why now i am too. That's all they told me all the time to be heard by a lot of people this i don't care i'm talking about my daughter. I feel comfortable in advance of our conversation. Noah and sharon assured me that i'd love bhatia and i assure you were not wrong. She is great. Bhatia was eager to tell me all about tali her oldest daughter and such an incredible blessing. I couldn't have children for like four years the fifth year. I got pregnant and head. Tally and it was the happiest day of my life. She had a wicked sense of humor. I mean she was funny sarcastically. Funny but She wasn't happy in right just after everything happened. I realized the chosen. Happy most of our life in putting this season together. We heard a lot of stories a key. Plot point was we had no idea. They were even struggling. This is not one of those stories. You know i remember a child like four or five my friends with us the smile and it five. I took her to a psychology. That wasn't a good experience I knew that her life will not be easy because she went bump heads with everything. I knew it's not the best but you know there were good moments. They're excellent moments but mo- yeah she was not a happy i while talking to bhatia. She kept reiterating. That tally was unhappy. She knew her daughter was depressed but still as a mom she never saw this coming. You don't ever think about someone killing themselves. That was definitely unexpected in tragedy. Lusts to tell the story of this tragedy. Let's start around. The time tally was five. The family had moved from israel to pennsylvania and they eventually settled in michigan. There was some culture shock language barriers. And tali really struggled to make friends in the depression doc. Tali tells this story about kicking her kindergarten teacher after not getting her way but he definitely remembers this moment she had to go to school and beg the principal to give me another chance after a while. The teacher's sister is from israel came to class and she said with dolly. It was amazing because she talked her in english. And tally answered in hebrew and they realized she's knows everything i i m sure that she was a genius she was. Interestingly tully doesn't mention this part of the story in the depression history she says quote. My mom tells me a story of how kicked my kindergarten teacher because she wouldn't give me the scissors. Which tells you that. I wasn't an easy child right from the start. There's no mention of the hebrew speaking teacher sister or her inability to communicate. She says she doesn't remember specifics. But no she had no friends and didn't get along with other kids. She mentions not getting invited. Birthday parties or sleepovers after school activities. She had a problem. She would make friends but she could keep them. That was her. that was her her character.

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"tully" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"tully" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"How did i burn. Then my god. How did i burn to remount from earthly things to d- nor new. I what thou wits do with me for with the is wisdom but the love of wisdom is in greek called philosophy with which that book inflamed me some their be that seduced through philosophy under a great and smooth and honorable name coloring and disguising their own airs and almost all who in that and former as where such are in that book censured and set forth. There's also made plain that wholesome advice of the spirit by good and devout servant the awareness any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit after the tradition of men after the rudiments of the world and not after christ for in him dwell with all the fullness of the god head bodily and since that time thou light of my heart noticed apostolic. Scripture was not known to me. I was delighted with that. Exhortation so far only that. I was thereby strongly roused and kindled and inflamed to love and seek and obtain and hold and embrace not this or that sect but wisdom itself whatever were and this alone checked me thus in kindled that the name of christ was not in it for this name according to the mercy lord this name of my savior. Thy son had my tender heart. Even with my mother's milk devoutly drunk in and deeply treasured and whatsoever was without that name though never so learned polished or true took not entire. Hold of me chapter five. I resolved then to bend my mind to the holy scriptures. That i might see what they were but behold i see a thing not understood by the proud nor laid open to children low. The and access in its recesses lofty unveiled with mysteries. And i was not such as could enter into it or stupid my neck to follow it steps for not as i now speak. Did i feel when i turned to the scriptures that they seemed to me unworthy to be compared to the state linus of tully for my swelling pride shrunk from their lowness nor could my sharp wit pierce the interior thereof yet. Were they such as we grow up in a little one. But i disdain to be a little one and swollen with pride took myself to be a great one.

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More enhancements for Google Podcasts

podnews

02:38 min | 1 year ago

More enhancements for Google Podcasts

"Has more visibility for podcasts from. Google today. Google podcasts now in the APP switcher that's on every Google website and it's more improvements for Google podcasts for Web as well. According to nine to five Google however android. Final Beato, which will be the next version of android still does not have google podcasts as a default APP although Google play music has been removed Apple iphones have apple podcasts, preinstalled, of course. Competing APP for Google. KOSPI'S PODCAST addict. An update has been rejected by the Google play store because quote of a policy violation no details of actually been given of what the policy. Violation. Is the APP has been removed multiple times by Google in the past if you'd like to help them this time willing to all eighteen thousand, one, hundred, twelve words of the developer program policy in our show notes and our newsletter today. Says launch audio go a self serve ad buying service to connect small advertisers with launch audio publishers. The IRA have announced their final sheduled Abe podcast upfront southern Cross stereos podcast one Australia grew its revenue in the year ending June, the thirtieth by ninety six percent. The division is now cash flow positive according to the company. It's brought in three point three million US dollars last year that's less than one percent of total revenues for the broadcaster however, and they fell by eighteen point two percent. The BBC launching a new topical comedy podcasts Comedians versus the news it'll be hosted by to New York comedians the show which will also be carried on BBC World Service radio at the end of August and you serve is Cam flair has been launched calling itself. The easiest way to record and receive video uses a web browser and wed camp to get anyone to record video and audio for you can extra dropbox as well and it's free. This year echo verse has been launched. It's a next generation content studio makes. PODCASTS, it creates premium Sifi supernatural and fantasy audio dramas in India podcast producer sooner India has received funding from tully would movie producer shou-po, Gada, and podcast movement virtual has unveiled the platform they'll be using for their event in October and Paul Cost. News hospitality forward is in new podcast talking to journalists to discover how they generate story ideas and how hospitality and travel experts can get on their radar by sharing their own newsworthy stories in a compelling way,

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"tully" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"tully" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"We're all doing that and our good luck trying to convince Kids on a sand bar when it's 85 degrees or at a bar to not be stupid. Sure, I sung with the ban on outta Travers City. On Friday on the patio with Tully more and that lead singer. A very talented woman made a mistake. Because if you walked towards me with a microphone, I don't care who you are. Where are Matt? You cross that line of reach ability. Where I can grab that microphone. And I don't know if his Mustang Sally or taking care of business or whatever, I I started singing for two full minutes and I was getting into it. And I was a few ice cold ones in on a holiday we can Friday night. And the crowd turned around like man that Dukan saying and they gave me a standing ovation The rest of the night. I felt like a great white shark, What I wanted, and I knew where my prey wass and I could not get that microphone out of that lead Singer's hand the rest of the night because I was ready to sing every song. When they when they were wrapping up. They did an encore. How many bar bands you see? Do an encore And what a great night it was on the telly. More resort daddio her name. I think they're out of driver's city. Hey, there. Encore was enter, Sand man. Now I'm four hours in on the patio. Don't need to describe it. I tried to get to the mic.

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Jacks left hand

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:34 min | 2 years ago

Jacks left hand

"I'm your host. Kit, crumb. Today. Jack The ripper left hand. There are certain mysteries. Stand out and remain known answer. What happened to Amelia Earhart? How did Panamerican huge flying? Boat Hawaii Clipper disappeared without a trace and who was jack the ripper. Between August and November eighteen, eighty eight, at least six women were murdered in London's White Chapel district. But it was the gruesome nature, the murders that brought about panic and fear in the area for months finally spreading like the plague across London where the press picked up on the cereal, aspects of the deaths and dubbed the killer Jack The ripper. There are currently dozens of organizations that debate evidence surrounding the eighteen eighty eight white chapel murders attributed to Jack. The, ripper. There is speculation that there were two killers. Some experts attribute six victims to Jack The ripper. Others say eleven. The list of suspects exceeds five hundred ranging from royalty to doctors and one jill the ripper. As of this writing the number of nonfiction books on Jack, The ripper is closing in on two hundred and that's nonfiction. Without a doubt, the most highly publicized rip book to Come Out in recent years was written by Patricia Cornwell portrait of a killer Jack The ripper case closed. Cornwell claims to have found DNA evidence linking Walter Skirt to a small number of ripper letters. Her book rapidly climbed the Bestseller List and was the subject of numerous radio and television programs around the World Cornwell may have found evidence to suggest that Walter Skirt hoechst one more ripple letters, but the fact remains said skirt was in France on the night of at least four of the five ripper murders was not jack the ripper cornwell use twenty-first-century technology, including DNA to come up with skirt as Jack. Jack The ripper even though as mentioned. He was in France during a number of the murders on the other hand. James Tully author of the Book Prisoner Eleven Sixty, seven, the mad man who was Jack The ripper spent over thirty years, investigating the white chapel murders totally poses many questions about criminally insane inmate James Kelly who escaped from Broadmoor criminal lunatic asylum and evaded capture for over forty years. Specifically question why prisoner eleven sixty seven's government files are still classified and will remain sealed until twenty thirty. That's an interesting secret. Finally no collection of books on the why chapel murders would be complete without the nineteen hundred ninety volume Jack The ripper, first American serial killer. This highly research books speculation Jack The ripper may have been an American doctor Francis Tumblety who had a criminal record, and both sides of the Atlantic, and in fact was arrested eighteen, eighty, eight as a suspect in the white chapel murders. Their, theory is based on a recent discovery of a letter written by a Scotland Yard inspector. Authors Stuart Evans Paul. Gainey claim that Jack The ripper died in nineteen three, when tumble tease heart stopped shortly after I finish the research for the story, I received a letter with a fingerprint at the top that the author Ledge was taken off one of the letters received by Scotland Yard and determined to be from the thumb of the left hand of Jack the, ripper, he claimed the original was among the files of Broadmoor, criminal lunatic asylum prisoner eleven sixty seven, which would remain sealed until twenty thirty. The letter was signed anonymous, and curiously there was no postmark. The letter seemed validate author James. tolleys assertion that James Kelly's files were classified. But if at the time of the murders Scotland Yard had acquired the killer's fingerprint wind up, make an arrest. If however the print is that of James. Kelly was not say so.

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Wayne Marshall Discusses His Short Story Collection Shirl

Published...Or Not

10:17 min | 2 years ago

Wayne Marshall Discusses His Short Story Collection Shirl

"That you've been getting some great reviews rarely been rating than they In the press. But could you tell us a little bit more about the pathway from the awards at Josh mentioned. It's not quite as simple as just getting shortlisted. How did you get to this moment to die? Sure so the shortlisting was a whirlwind anthony. We'll stay with me for the rest of my life. I think Contacted by agents and publishes the very same day of the announcement which was fantastic announcement on on the announcement receiving emails frog messages on twitter. It was and and if you hate from a Christian Fish Chen or any of the other rod has its time experience so At that point I only had a thirty seven thousand word manuscript. It always influenced to actually Melanie Chang head submitted. A similar word can't install Ebay had had success. There was a Willa Center event where she spark and that was the moment that actually decided to submit the thing in the first place. It wasn't really on my right up at that point so it shows that a warden spas other artists to get input Stuff into the wool absolutely and so through that process affirm press came aboard and wanted to publish the book but it was still too short so the idea is that you would try to get the collection out as soon as possible. Bang that it was still you know the APLA shortlisting was still very much out there. So I had unwritten one story in the previous year and when I saw him with a fan press. The deal was four stories in four months which was terrifying and exhilarating the same time a deadline. Exactly it just shows you yes. So I managed to produce the full stories Are went for some. I didn't have time to doubt the material doubt the premises so I went with some stuff that I otherwise wouldn't have gone with had a bit of a list of ideas. I I did a deed but a few of the stories that had around for maybe three years but hadn't quite moved along with them or just forced myself to write first drafts. And it's down in the something to work with whereas before I just thought that ought not gonna work so there are two stories and it looked quite metaphysics which I played around with that conned of fiction nonfiction mash up a little awareness about their own existence. Yes side Some things that were on the journey to rotting show that awed decided it was time to put in such as I went through cancer In the in the early stages of the book which was an impetus to writing the book in the first place. And how did that for you up to to write. What has led to this stunning book? Yeah sure it freed me up in the sense that I thought none of these stories I would be published that you know it was very very seek That were just diagnosed and it took a year Eh. Going through all that until the second stint of came to water out again and I was doing came on Friday Friday mornings and I'd get up and write for two hours beforehand forehand and it was stuff just to amuse me. There was no industry. No hearing about concept about published that was turns out that that was exactly what I needed. It's so true silver lining from a very dark clad so with the stories and I. I can't believe how you do this. Every time we get to the end of the the story I had a hell. Did he do that now. I'm going to look at one section of prize from you've got people in the front of your book who've praised the collection who've read it in advance of publication GonNa Ray the nines to whine Makola Nikola generals in Reina. Neil all very influential influential writers an Australia authors but I actually want to zero in on John Rosen's because she starts in a way that you'd think the maybe this doesn't sound so vain she finishes cries. I'm going to read this APP. General sense is on Wine Marshall's collection show these stories of a strident men in small towns and pull suburbs stories of sport drinking fighting and love sands awful right that she puts but there's a big battle here but these are stories. Tall was SAIMAA chart. Wit a meticulous craft that even as you're reading about a limitation Class A man in love with a kangaroo a mermaid on a fishing trip. You're asking yourself why did did this really happen. Wine Marshall is a worthy successor to his town might pay to carry. That's prize. It went a writer of gorgeous imagination endearing experimentation ikin compassion and chill is one of the best books of Australian stories. You'll rate wow and autograph with her on that assessment. I'm not gonNA make anymore. The raiders. Fortunate can't that listeners. Fortunately can't say that here but there are other prize in however automob- beyond that prize tries to the craft. You mentioned before how it freed you up to right. I'm GonNa quite something. It sounds like a real mouthful from aristotle. approachable impossibility is preferable to an impossible probability. I I had to write that. Deng's always mix it up but in wine Mashall's world old. You start with the everyday will that we think we Then you give it a bizarre twist and you you make us believe it. And that's what I my. By the time you get to the end and status with his arresting ending. We took hand-held that he does that. So do you start with the bizarre edition or the ordinary reward and let it emerge. Yes so it's normally. It will come to me in a bizarre image or concept. They're usually quite concept driven stories so we start not like that and I guess I've always had that Oban. I'd been working on writing for ten years before I started having success with these stories and I could come up with an initial initial idea well enough but I think what was holding you back as well is. This seems to me now. Like a Secondary Act of imagination. Where you get the blood D- But the grounding the will building the making real which is absolutely essential on not so much into say straight out surrealism where it's just go let craziness? I want. Want to feel absolutely real and so. That's the big task beyond the initial idea. And that takes a lot of drafting and all that. So I'm probable impossibility impossibility. You believe. This could happen but you know it's impossible in the back up. Yes you do that. So it's the balance of the two and finding what you call a secondary incidental storyline more like. I guess it would come back to will building the Secondary Act of imagination. You've gotta fill that. Would you've go to populate it you've got to fill it with all the details not too many. That it bogs down and working in short stories. You've got a zipper too long. But I wanted to feel real fo for raiders but real to me too I want these stories to feel absolutely real. Even though they're crazy like I know I'm going to go to a specific example here and it's it's the story that's inspired the cover of show and a man has fallen in love with the kangaroo route. How on Earth do you make that real that that sort of the bizarre things you wouldn't put it in a literary collection of short? Say How do you make that believable including that the kangaroos wearing accounting jumping. I think it's the stuff like the cotton jump and the party pause and the name of the beer and the name of specific replies that gives it that you can feel that house and that place and the two men that popular that story. I think this is real reality to those guys. And that's where I grew up. That's my culture and so drew on all of that again beyond the crazy idea to fill it with with realistic Dato and to just dropped often draft and draft until it felt real it does feel very real one of the things I really liked about. It was the kangaroo. Never reacts in the way you expect now take something personally and some there does that so you give it a three dimensional character a kangaroo. Yeah but you don't buy that. We all got along with each. I really like I think you. Would you call that an. I probably want to bring this up in terms of defining does the Jonah but would you call it magic realism of fantastic realism here. I'm a bit be careful with the magic realism stuff. Because it has a specific origin and a specific cultural lineage being in South America and the magic realists to come out of there so that the second one fantastic realism. It's really you know. Version of magic. Yeah improbable things happen everyday. Well I think I'm coming more and more to the understanding that I my entire style comes out of the young culture that I grew up in. I grew up at a suburban Melbourne with people. Ah stood around telling toll stories full exaggeration and huma and color and be twists. And I've just realized that informs my style so much that sums up beautifully and it shows and all your work now you have a Melbourne launched last week at the hill of content bookstore in Melba. You've got a bacchus marsh. Could you tell us the data. Yes I do. So we have a launch of the Pekka Smash Lobby this Saturday at twelve thirty. And it's GonNa be really special because they've supported may for so long mm-hmm and they gave me and another friend of mine. Jim Tully Mila the lessons to do things like create the pay to carry short story award which we in running for four years. It's just small ward. That is now national and really personal imprimature. Hasn't yes and hate us as the winning stories and to talk to someone like to carry even Chrissy. Molly's Alley's huge so. Tom Employs at the back of Smash Library this Saturday at at twelve thirty at twelve. Thirty four thirty. Yes yes exactly yes thank. You're very much wind Marshall on your congratulations on your debut. Collection of short stories show is the title published by FM. Prison back to you

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Ram, Salisbury clinch men's doubles title in Melbourne

The Tennis Podcast

03:21 min | 2 years ago

Ram, Salisbury clinch men's doubles title in Melbourne

"The doubles final. Men's doubles final. Won by Britain's Joe Salisbury and America's Ranchi Ram and. It was their first. Is the first ever slam for Joe Spur. Who played brilliantly today? And Reggie Fram. I didn't realize this. She study five years of age. He'd never want amendable slam either. He'd WanNa mixed doubles slam last year. What a moment for him? It was something like his fifty eighth. Men's Grand Slam tournament something like that fifty six or fifty eight thirty fine. He got his first one and for it's one of those partnerships switch has massively worked out for both of them. I mean Joe Souls you know not many people knew about each other souls bree eighteen months ago and now he's a grand slam champion. Ram has helped him get over the line and they were. I mean they were the seeded team. They're up against a inexperience this path and they showed their class in that in that match. They were the number of points they created in men's doubles where served dominates was extraordinary. They were so good on. Return and Joe Salisbury. In particular felt like the best buy on the call he was. He was fantastic and he's now put himself in a position to about the Olympics to to be at the Olympics and choice the partner. He's this puts him up to four in in the world and if he's top ten executive Olympics he gets to select his partner and he was asked by by Russell Fuller on the BBC explicitly. They would you like to play with Andy Murray and he said Yeah. I thought it'd be super cool and I'd love that which I mean tough on for Jamie. Murray very tough on but I mean amazing for diesels breed and Rajiv Ram mm-hmm island today used to be coached by Australian tournament director. Craig toilet would you believe I'm you this because when when when he said that unquote that it reminded me. I remember being in the tournament in Qatar in two thousand two when I met Craig Tully Abner Mason. Before he was an aid. Come over I think to sort of run. Some some sort of Kemp's training camps and I got into and I actually Santamaria Good Company. Really really good start to way before his tennis Australia days and he he used to be the head coach or captain of the Illinois University Tennessee he was. He was doing that for about ten years and he ran the whole program at telenor. University and on his team was Rajiv. Ram Delic remember him and he told me about those two and it was one of those where you know somebody tells you about players whose or coming up poor. Who's a college? I remember writing these down on a piece of Bay right. I'm going to look out for these guys you know and see what like What he's like? Mike is a man with a served. That's a carbon copy. If Pete Sampras yes I love it when that happened down to what he does is with his left foot ticks. Yeah it's extraordinary

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Fossilized Proteins Unravel Dinosaur Mysteries

Science Magazine Podcast

12:03 min | 2 years ago

Fossilized Proteins Unravel Dinosaur Mysteries

"Now we have Gretchen Vogel a staff writer for Science sheer talk with us about a new technique for looking at organic molecules user from animals from fossils from way back we're talking hundreds of millions of years Hi Gretchen Hi Sarah is that number right is it hundreds of millions of years for these molecules correct yes the oldest ones they've around our five hundred or a little bit more than five hundred million years old who and how does that compare with ancient DNA or proteins from ancient animals yet much much older so into DNA has a huge amount that it can tell us about previous life yeah animals and humans but only up to tens of thousands maybe hundreds of thousands of years DNA sequences degrade fairly rapidly relatively speaking proteins can last longer two four million years or so elbows can also give you lots of information if you can sequence the proteins you can tell lots of things about how animals were really needed beyond that some people have claimed to find intact proteins from dinosaurs but those claims have remained controversial well what about these molecules not DNA they're not protein there's something a little bit different correct. They're called protein residues essentially scientists call them protein fossils ation products and they are complex polymers that form from proteins and lipids and sugars after death during the fossils ation process they must be super super tough if they're surviving for so long yes they are they're actually similar to some molecules the you're probably fairly familiar with their formed by reactions very similar to reactions called the my yard reactions that happen in food chemistry so hey time you toast something or round something or grill something molecule similar to these form and they're the kind of things that are left over on your grill that you have to scrub off so anyone who scripted grill knows that these things are pretty tough there definitely not water soluble and yeah microbes don't eat them and they don't wash away this isn't cooking per se but there is a chemical process here that's breaking down all these components of the sal and turning them into something else so how do we know thir identify like what we know about their original four before all these chemical processes happened yeah what the researchers that I'm writing about have discovered word their names are yes me know via N- and Derek Briggs and they work at Yale University and what they found out is that these really tough polymers do still contain some of the original information that the proteins contained when the animal was alive and that's because although there transformed into the he's complex polymers different proteins form different polymers and using a technique called Rahman spectroscopy they can and get a fingerprint of the chemical bonds that are in these polymers and from those fingerprints they can compare different fossils end figure out interesting things about how I'm how those animals might have been related and even things about their metabolism whether they were warm blooded or cold blooded Would they do that. How would they be able to tease out their metabolism from this collection of molecular products? Yeah that's one of the insights that these researchers have had the dispenser the interesting they realized that in living cells similar reactions also take place and the faster an animal's metabolism fast. cell's metabolism the more of these reactions take place and so even during life some of these complex polymers build up in cells and and they realized that the more of them form after death in the fossil station process they could sort of subtract those fossils Russian polymers that had formed and see still a signature of how many of these complex plumbers might have formed during the animal's life. and that gives them a clue about how fast the animal's metabolism was that speed of the metabolism ass- is kind of an indicator if they were warm blooded or cold blooded and we're talking about hundreds millions of years ago so we're talking about dinosaurs correct exactly and people had not suspected but had started to conclude that at least some dinosaurs were probably warm-blooded had a fairly fast metabolism tyrannosaurus rex for example and another kind of dinosaur called Dina Nike's which was the basis for the velociraptor in Jurassic Park that was actually one of the first dinosaurs that inspired the idea that dinosaurs subtly some of them may have been fast runners and had responding fast metabolism and this new technique support those earlier conclusions yes they looked at the Roman Spectra from a whole range of the fossils and it looks like two legged dinosaurs like velociraptor or than an isis or tyrannosaurus rex they had fairly fast metabol- uh-huh and other dinosaurs the quadrupedal ones that walked on all fours and were probably a bit slower that they had much slower metabolisms it looks like the sisters of lizards and snakes were for example cold blooded and fossil mammals turned out to be warm-blooded as did tear sores the largest creatures ever to to live from it sounds like a lot of different specimens have been already examined using this technique. How common are these residues in the different fossils that we have and collections and museums. That's a great question so it doesn't happen in every kind of fossil it's a specific set of conditions that is conducive to the kind of preservation and it turns out that it's sort of dark brown or black fossils in light colored sediments that tend to be aclu and so yes meena human who works at Yale had millions of fossils to look at at the Yale peabody Museum of Natural History and she didn't Dan millions of fossils but more than one hundred and has gone through and built up of fairly significant database of Roman Spectra from a whole range of different fossils do we know why the Dark Brown fossils on a light background tend to have these kinds of molecules that's a sign or that's a a characteristic of oxidative conditions the environment surrounding the animal after died was rich in reactive oxygen mal molecules and dissolved metal ions and that promotes these kinds of biochemical reactions called glide cock sedation and lip pox nation which are big words but they the are the same kinds of reactions that happen when you grill something when you caramelized some okay one I really liked the part of your story you talk about how this is I happened upon can you can you talk about that as an Undergrad Freeman was part of the team that was studying color in dinosaur eggs and she and her colleagues were some of the first defined that some dinosaur eggs were blue green sort of like Robin's egg Johnny people had always thought that they were just white I she was doing this work she would dissolve pieces of fossil eggshells to remove the calcium and to isolate the pigments and she found that they're in some cases Sort of Brown crusty remains as well and she thought hm what is that she looked at it under the microscope and it looked kind of like the organic matrix of eggshells and she wondered if she was seen bits of original tissue but she didn't have time to characterize it until she came to Yale for and there she used a similar technique with pieces of bone or teeth and she found more residues and they even looked like at blood vessels and cells and even nerve actions and she thought what in the world is this so then she and her ht advisor Derek Briggs decided to look at them more carefully Rahman spectroscopy just mean a chose this technique she said because it's one that that is sort of exploratory you don't have to you're not looking for a specific thing it records all the chemical bonds in sample and then you can sort of piece together what it is that you're seeing a lot of biochemical techniques test for specific kinds of molecules but if you don't know what you're looking for then you can't find it and so and this is this is also non-destructive rights you don't have to dissolve your sample right they started out looking at these seduce that had come from destructive sampling but then they realized once they had looked at those they could also look at other kinds of fossils just ramen spectroscopy that doesn't damage the fossil and indeed they found these signs of these complex polymers that mean then recognized as the product of the he's mired reactions that happened in food chemistry oh well are they going to continue to build up this database of profiles and different dinosaurs yes right they're building a database is that can help them compare more fossils with each other they've also done a couple of proof of principle experiments for example they they looked at a fossil called the tully monster which is this really strange creature from three hundred million years ago from fossil beds in Illinois nobody has really been able to determine exactly what kind of thing it was it's it's the sort of oval shape with this long weird appendage and people visit a worm is at some weird nail is it a vertebrate and a paper in nature and two thousand and sixteen concluded that it was most likely probably some kind of really strange vertebrates rush based on morphology when they used the Romans spectroscopy to look at this critters purported teeth that looks like those teeth were probably aide of Collagen or Carrollton which are two kinds of proteins that vertebrates make rather than Titan which would be something that a an in it would make and so that chemical evidence is consistent with the morphological evidence that they had already put together and that was another sign that they're finding L. information in these in these Rahman Spectrum Not Everybody's on board with this get what else could they do to further firm this up has a a new technique for understanding the world of dinosaurs some other researchers cautioned that they're not one hundred percent convinced that all of the signatures that are being picked up these Roman spectra are really from the original animal that there may be some bacteria contamination or some other deposits that might have settled into these fossils for millions of years that's certainly a legitimate question to ask although the men and Briggs say that they have looked bacteria residues and can compare and that they've old those out in most cases they've also looked for contaminants for things like glue or other preparation materials that have been applied to these fossils beeman briggs and their colleagues also say it's early days for this technique they're really excited about the potential that it has but they're hoping that more people start to use it and help to build up the database this is and figure out exactly what kinds of questions these ancient protein residues might help to answer. Are there some big questions at these residues might help answer that people are very excited about people especially excited about this insight into metabolism because that's been a big question in paleontology what animals were warm added what kinds of metabolism's did different animals have for example some of the giant sea creatures did they have a warm lead type of metabolism or were they did they have a slower metabol- awesome or some sort of mix of the to the idea that you could get at some of those questions by a simple non-destructive scan of fossils is really exciting alright. Gretchen thank you so

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Teacher carries 10-year-old with spina bifida on his back so she doesn't miss out on field trip

Memphis Morning News

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Teacher carries 10-year-old with spina bifida on his back so she doesn't miss out on field trip

"With us the Kentucky teacher has gone viral for a thoughtful acted insured no student felt left out students at Tully elementary school in Louisville one in a field trip to the falls of the Ohio last week however one of the students named Ryan neighbors uses a wheelchair and thought she wouldn't be able to go because of the rugged terrain her mother Shelley king told fox news that a teacher named Jim Freeman volunteer to carry young Ryan on his back the entire trip insuring the ten year old is able to join her classmates ms king said her daughter has spina bifida birth defect that occurs when the spine and spinal cord don't form properly she told fox news that she initially thought either her daughter would not be able to go or she'd have to join the group and carry her daughter so she would be excluded but when Mister Freeman found out about the situation he volunteered to help he sets the young woman in a chair on

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"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

11:01 min | 2 years ago

"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

"I've been feeling kind of not ashamed but not loving what I'm doing and that you know being in having pride in your work and and being proud of what you're achieving and going to work and feeling proud of what you're achieving at your job is really important for self self confidence for for feeling like you're feeling like if a filled in life it's so important and I just haven't felt that the soy long and sorry to feel proud of something to work really hard at something and then to have it come off and then to have someone tell you that it's kind of K- it's just it's a level of job satisfaction that I haven't had inside along just to caveat. You told me in the kitchen that it's been so quick that you haven't even really like them. You don't get to hear it because it's is not quick. I'm hearing it with everybody so that's terrifying I look I think you may things that you've done whether it's you. Korea things had dealt with with your mom and dementia big brother becoming influence. I think you may fan the thing that sort of suits all all of your rights so it's going to be into see one. Do you guys do another season but to if you don't do you start your own show on your own. I I would definitely like to do that. I think what I lent during this show is that I'm not I'm. Maybe interviewing isn't my forte. I love to Talk Conversation Association. Yeah I love to talk and obviously it's important when you're interview at to see the conversation to see the you know you. WanNa make sure that we're he'll the topic's going to talk about but I would love up to just a show where I just talked shit for now. Someone like on your role really I can just talk to myself to something a little bit more free flowing. I think is is just I can just chat well. If from WHO knows maybe shameless media will come come knocking on the door. We've got an idea I don't know I could. I could say that I can see conversational like a lot of the comedians in America and Australia. He the orange showers and it's all the thomases them just just told regional show I was going to be made. I think that's why choked. I panicked that I wouldn't be able to hold my are in that. I would run out of things to say that I that I'm interesting enough but now that I've done a series. I got plenty to say well. We'll jump into some rapid fire questions I now. I'm not been really backwards so that I can think of. I have been told by my manager Jan that you are very gary prepared the very prepared and to be prepared for that. Does she freak out when she can read from where I'm sitting is get footer together. Big Bright red lead. That's there because you always get to do it. Exactly I remember hearing lower side that in your interview I'm hopeless and lines like get the fuck and I it's important. I am just Just a social proven yes that I'm actually a person that exists yes. What is your morning retain. The clock got trading. I get up at six thirty and train and then I come home and have breakfast because I'm feminist stopped working out. What's breakfast only eggs yeah yeah just ex coach. Coach scrambled eggs sausages because I'm thirty one years old do you don't put it's just victimizes as well. Fuck it up with the veggie might a lot of butter butter. I remember Lauren did but she stood there half and she's the same. She loves the little dippy Egg. She's obsessed. Take what you have not said. You've you'll be surprised once. He's the guy you'd be surprised. What does your evening routine look. I'm not L. I suffer from insomnia so it's it dragged out. That's for sure I try to get into bed until a pretty reasonable ou- like at least bay in bed but I don't sleep for a long time. I generally rate. I like to put my phone down and raid book before bed just kind of six my mind off a bit and then I meditate. I have a guided meditation that I put on to try and help me slave. What's your go go to apple to happen to have a goatee. Meditational analysts say one every night. It's inside time is the APP and I can put the link or something to the actual tation. She's very it's a very soothing voice. It has to be famous has to be English date voices crooning Mita Slaves of Crappy Mike gatting a whole. I know you mean there was one that I used to listen to. It wasn't Ross Harris ars. He's got that book. It's a Scottish. What did they hypnotist right and he was really really well nine hypnotized before for bed so it's funny you mentioned that because when I had like my I had foodie shoes and they send me to like a psychologist and Alexis is mainly connected to like anxiety but isn't everything pretty much more things but they send you to give you like hypnotherapy. It really works okay so I've had hot aw seriously looked into therapy to get over an ex really nine on to that can help you sleep at nugget. Ed just makes you know what they said just because you're you're in the mood and you're in the mood for relaxing. I'm dumb fuck boy. I tell you that right now on I don't know either. It's like that to me. Sounds like a really deeper. Topics sounds like you need some serious help. We haven't got uh-huh. What's in the fridge. Oh my part of the fridge my house where it's part of the free my okay not a lot. My one blonde vice is Kirk. I drink a Lotta coca-cola and sorry I always I usually have the baby coke cans in the fridge because I convinced myself having a baby can it's better than having a full. Okay can accept that I'm having two or three baby can't say have abnormal sized cook much. Are you spending deliver berates ally wake. Are you being Jin. Hans dabbing jam sometimes order at four times a day. I ordered for every meal plus like dessert. Oh well bad. It's really you'll go to through like at the moment I'm obsessed with Sushi tacos. No are turned. Why combine to things that a great it's pretty good now. Are Looking ally disc occurs in. It's not a I understand. It's easy to figure gene fucking tonker. I quite clearly what's your go-to. It depends on the day. I have favorites two different days. I tend to find that on Mondays. I'm feeling something like light up like a salad like raw salmon like because I've had a big wakened and then come like Wednesday Thursday. I'm ready for like a Pasta Nakae Mushroom Nakae and then on the weekend. It's usually like a pizza or something. What's your Go-to sort of knock place. I can get t top topples. Ta Eliade it's on chapel straight topples to bellina coupling is also great place now. This one's called like toll polls something hopefuls. Tr Lp's Ed demonic good gnocchi fungi. Angi nookie is delicious. If you can get here you probably could. It's delicious. Maybe might be close enough. Delivered definitely berates mainly. Maybe bist purchase under two hundred dollars. Oh that's good one the dam breaking the rules. Do you know what I was given this occur but if I wasn't giving it I would have happily bought it and now that I've been gifted one. I A hundred purpose and packet sodastream yes very was. That's me trying to get off coca-cola. I'm trying to stop having cocaine start having so to bring it right back. What's what's your mix of. Nothing makes really yeah but it's it's the best thing I was ever given. I'm excited what a everyday thing at the moment to stop myself having bad the things are not is lemon lime bitter lemon juice lime juice and Betas. Yeah you like a mother yeah. I remember this guy who works in Boston. He's like you should only ever have one anger stir bidders bottle in the House that loss your whole lifetime. We'll something like that having a dashboard shipping. Is that like not even a dash. He's I think he just heights all right fair enough right something like that. last question for you. If you can have a billboard food anywhere in Melbourne where would it be and what would it say. Oh my God okay. It has to be the billboard on top of that amazing Yep Yep Yep. Yep Yeah so I live in Peron. I love that NYLEX building to me. My ex-boyfriend lived on darling straight. Sorry kind of as you drive down and up looked right onto the NYLEX so to me it makes me feel like warm and fuzzy about mobile in general just actually feel like oh I love Melvin and I'm so lucky delivering here guys if you didn't know the exporting it's like this rundown like only used to be like a silo of grind freely but to me it has special meaning raining. It's it's actually amazing. Spot for billboard is an ironic when you come down punt fraud like eating save from everywhere. I don't just from punt right no but like it's one of the most amazing using views you can get him opener great which is why I picked and on it I mean I it's going to sound really cliche one night. It has to permit my podcast us. It can't it can't be something about a product or a podcast live. Whatever you want could be a photo of you. I wonder what it would. K- if it's up promoting a product one of my products on my podcast sexual squad out now it would be a campaign to get me on the Bachelorette just threat okay this it would be a photo of Maine readdress 'cause I always put them in red dresses either holding some raises red hop learns or whatever else they do and it would would be a campaign to get me as the next bachelorette sounds like a joke agenda. May I've been putting the last three anyway tally. Look thank you so much for coming in thank you for having me where can people find on the interwebs at T. T. The and the Skull Smith SM warranty and that is across the board that snapchat instagram twitter. 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"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

12:59 min | 2 years ago

"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

"I'm used to coming in and nailing people saying Oh you G- right that was awesome and I didn't feel it was great and it was tough when when you think about the fact that you've sat down with ten or twelve people know what's the biggest inside want a bad influences the you've pulled from. Do you know what I don't think I realized the fact that we actually just it's it's so ingrained reigned in May to feel ashamed about the title the way people talk about it. The people ask me about it. The way people the media the way betray portray influences about how the fact that we don't what do anything work hard. We have a real job. That's made me feel embarrassed and ashamed about saying that. I'm an influenza but mainly these amazing women who has sorry sorry brilliant star talented so hardworking so switched on. I'm like hang on a minute. Where does fucking business savvy women like. Where does this women that are working for ourselves ourselves and fuck everybody else that makes us small about it because we're we're here fucking asses off the way? I look at it as you sort of like one man band ad agencies and I said that in my article that I read the other day from a mayor I said back in my day when I was a teenager we all poor magazine and Gopher and magazine Deli magazine. Whatever we'd all go through the bags it would pick favorite bikinis nine. Maybe rip one out. We'd remember which one it was bought from Grace Brothers missile which is now Maya David Jerry self-defense gay. Whatever and that's how the brands advertised there was now detainees? The teenagers are just on our instagram pages and that the brands and not having to pay the models the hair and makeup to Stylus photographers the graphic designer and then the magazine for the Ad God that is coming straight to us and paying us to do the content for them. Why is that frowned upon you like a a high profile calmness in yen and I'm like a one stop shop. I think brands I think brands are really fucking. We wouldn't be getting paid to do. It's it's just this is just the thing is just the media now. It's not even the media the public the worst I think this is toll poppy syndrome of lack and I get it. You know you've got the people that are slugging it out. Dane Day out at jobs that they hate all they're working stupid long hours in the emergency department saving lives doing really important. Shit and then they say me another fucking holiday wearing a bikini and getting paid to do that. I'll be pissed off not yeah. Maybe I mean you could look at it as well. I think I see the Gen is and I'm pissed off on an icy. Collagen and I'm like fuck you WOAH. I decided to take an. SRO is like a month ago so like everything. Let's see now is like super positive and that's good so I can people actually look a lot of people look at it. Most people and they go well. It's sort of a bit of escapism certain people in the media that Drummond is a bad thing honestly well. I'd like to think that my page isn't about escapism. I try to keep it as like normal as possible because I am just like everybody else. When I say escapism I mean like like people can relate to what you're doing that can relate to your life whatever it may be. It's just it's something that you know. Maybe just never baid there for whatever reasons but for them it's just nice and and they look and they're like well. Isn't this nice. She's on holiday. I've maybe I'll go do that. I mean I right so I hope it. It's sort of like a bit of a bucket list pinterest board one day. I'll get their vibe and not like a as as I said and the reason I got the podcast because I struggle with it myself so who better to sort of pull it apart and someone who is struggling with the whole concept `self. Tell me about Mia fan -hood interview with you fascinating to say she's probably one of the smartest up there is one of the smartest the media operators in Las Twenty is the fact that she built that business really her and her partner. Yeah Jason is is fascinating writing to me loved it here but it happily have a chat with you. You have to go up to our office in Sydney would yeah and I know you sort of. You've you grew up really admiring her. Do you feel like now that you've got this figure in your life that you always wanted to have any kind of milk could for what eight such a pinch me moment it's it's surreal and actually wasn't until the other day when I was typing up my caption. When I was is promoting my filter with that I thought Holy Shit like I literally grew up. What reading ED column in in causing magazine thinking she. She was like that's what I wanted to do. That's the reason I went into journalism. Threes studied textiles. I wanted to work in fashion on what is looking fashion magazines and she was she was Queen Bay and I've. She's twenty four years old. She was younger than what I wasn't. I went into big brother and that seems like I was a child and mcgruther and I've followed journey through Mama Mia and she's she's. He's I think the best part about what we bonded over. When I first met her was that we've both fucked up pretty monumentally in the public eye. We've done things that we regretted added that. We wish we hadn't with our anthem. She went through a period with a couple of things that she made and I've gone through. Marine staff ended the day. She is so passionate about what she does. She's so passionate about women. She really leaves and braids it like this is not just just some tagline that she wax on that website. She is living and breathing. If she drops the tag lines like going out of fashion Russian. If she says woken her shoes more time she wants everyone to Rai is if we're walking in. Someone else's shoes their attack over the bathroom doors. They're free tampons pawns in the toilet like she really leaves embrace his eighth us and she has an old whilst wearing sparkley blazer and glitter interface like she's just she's amazing amazing and I think that I had some reservations a bit apprehensive just because of how the media had portrayed her and some things should said Donahue race it years. I was a little bit wary going intimate intimate her but she blew me away. She's so warm. She is just enthralled every single buddies she wants everyone stories and she very quickly took me under her wing and she said to me. She's like you know I say something new and I want. I want to be a mentor and if you have any questions I'm happy to help you with them and that what was I. I just can't even put it into words. It's making me get up here you because I grew up loving her and to have someone now that I can whatsapp like we what's up like with besties. He's moving best is for live to be able to roll. ID's of her and to brainstorm with her and to work underneath their and alongside her that's that's I. I wish I could go back and tell myself that because that's the dream and it's so surreal but I'm getting to do that. It's it's quite automating a feel like it'd be similar. As if somehow I was working with a like an eighty McGuire or gary like one of those high profile all media types yeah I can imagine learning from the Best Yeah Love Hyder and I know she's polarizing so am I yeah. You don't have to agree with their politics but she she knows what she's doing like. She knows what's up but she does it in such. I think I've I've worked with and I've viewed other females in in the media. I wear mentioning names who know what they're doing but they do it. They will cruel either whoever they can't get to the top they don't care who they trample on that in care who they fucker have a mayor is not like that all like she is all about building each other up supporting each other she it's funny. The girls and the mother may office say working with mayor is like this. She'll she'll come in. She'll have she's got. I swear she has ADHD. She has a million things going on at O'Brien at one time and she'll come in an should she'll do an interpretive. Dad's generally wearing something with glitter were there shouldn't actually dance but this is what it is like dealing with. She'll run into the office. Show who likes Brian Thoughts off at you basically do an interpretive dance and then she'll prints away and then everybody is left behind when I figure out exactly what the fuck she wants us to do. That's been but it's amazing and I love it and every day is different. What do you hope to learn the most from this. This new stage in your life are are you. Let's sorry much from talking to me being interviewed by May I was picking up so much just the way she interviews would in particular stood out from run on into Shimmy has a knack of making you feel like it's just you and her your bedroom having a go chitchat. I honestly had to retract some stuff for my no filter because I felt so comfortable that everything was pouring out things that I have not told eighty-one. She has this way of making you feel as if it's just you and her and she's once you know you just filling here in a a little secret of yours and you're like fuck actually big recorded. I've learnt so much for me. I've also learned a lot from right. Sh- Colbert who is head of podcasting she is a powerhouse. I am so disliked starry-eyed about her. I follow her around the office like a little puppy dog she. I've what should to give a few presentations. I gave an interview I interviewed her. She's just a I think she is just amazing and I've learned so much and I'm so lucky to humans is eighth hair as well former big brother alum northeast they. I'm selling Paris. I I didn't know this. Do you know when I was doing my research. went and looked at had recommended people and I'm like Rachel Cole behind all these other people and I'm like Oh shit. I watched that series. I remember back then but she's she was so young she you know she looks at different. Now wanted also made me realize that big brother was such like a kingmaker shirt like could really made people I don't like it so long as that posted took it in a sort of grabbed it by the horns and went with the hadn't made you look at how many people have made us feel like it's more. I don't know if that's the case because she went on the show we none of this thing and she worked her ossoff behind the scenes to get to issues she is today. It wasn't like big brother was a huge springboard in that regard. I think it's more of a case of if you're the kind of person who's going to put yourself for a short big brother. You probably kind of person that's go ahead and Excel and other here public aspects. You know what I mean. You puff well. I think it's more a personality trait like not everybody is kind of peasant that feels comfortable all that wants to voluntarily put their hand up and go get filmed twenty four seven fit ten weeks or whatever it was. I think if you're the kind of person to do that you probably also awesome. Warren climbed ended up in the media platform for people who could potentially be in the media is looking forward to show offs yeah if I'm if I'm comfortable enough to be filmed twenty four seven seven. I'm probably GONNA want to end up in Radio Tei. I don't think that's a coincidence. Just on the point of looking at previous contestants you remember hotdogs day remember hotdogs. Everyone loves talking about fuck and hotdogs his name. Sire Sivan Daring and he works in real estate in Perth. Yeah it's amazing looking back at some of the characters. It doesn't like what I did for the few years afterwards. I remember you had that show yeah. He had up late with hotdogs. That's a game show from like eleven. PM Till One am. It's funny because I grew at the show. I never pretended I didn't you know many people are going to watch the show before I was on a Oh shit. You don't go on a show that you didn't watch. I loved the show I big Fan of the shirt and to the point wait where I am superstar shock and in love when I say like when I saw a conference jared fee from fifteen in in Sydney. We went out kind of friendly and I loved when I first met him. I remember I was in the House and I kept saying that had a crush on him. 'cause I built maybe the drop intruder and when I first met Chrissie Swan I I was decided I was completely like stocking obsessed with her because I grew up with those people so yeah. I was super excited to meet people like that and I was obsessive. Szeswith blabbing donahue. He was on the first he was so he's down on kick poodle saying it. Maybe he'll chat filter down everything in the universe. Maybe he's gotTa Watch on. What's the future look like few. What are you talking about? I'm really real exciting this podcast. It dropped today. The best site went live today. Thomas Goes It'll be probably episode three. I'm this really proud of. It's as I said it's the first thing I'm proud of in SAR long..

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"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

"I think that that's okay. I think that by a fine I've got friends who like why wouldn't you get the genetic test journey I would get it Jesus and then unlike why would I get that donkey doing twenty-three Mehta's now. I know I could barely watch still Alice twenty-three Mazlat these d-notice honest like sort of an answer and then you can go do database checks in at chicks like your hereditary. I luckily don't have any of it. I got a feeling the mushed stuff in. My family is related to loss decisions. Lucky lucky very lucky a lot of as as we know a lot of people it's probably won't fifty fifty and particularly with that loss research if I have the Jane that it's one hundred percents that I'll get the disease but I might not have that I chain. You sure it's not a it's not a case of if I had the Jane Minute might develop in doubts that this specific I could be wrong pleasant as I said I go through phases of rating and then pulling back but from my understanding it's fifty fifty that have the Jayme but if I have the J. and then it's one hundred percents that I will get the disease which is just grim that is yes. That's strange because my brothers hit by Katha mark. Do you know what I mean like. I could die from cancer like I just going to pay like a hundred living laugh fullest and I'm like I'm just living my life. It's all you can do what else GonNa taught skydiving. Everybody can't just in case. Have you taught more about what will really change this certain situat- like the fact that a large portion of people are going to be affected is is simply research or is it. What upsets me is that that I am now passionate about raising funds and awareness and research because I've lost my mother to it and I've sat through it and I've had to watch my family deal with it for the last twenty three is so it's affected me personally so now. I'm fucking angry and I want to make a change. I'm trying to stop that from happening for anybody else guys we need to we need to act now so that the re you guys unaffected by it down down the track and I'm really worried because it is it's elating calls of death for females in Australia and it's the second leading cause of death first drillings overall. There is a fucking terrifying statistics and nobody knows about it. Nobody knows those tap and when I say well I'm like it's going to be number one. That's like hot second. It's why it's rolled up from four four a year and a half ago really like I can't can't tell you how quickly this is happening. It's bad to become an epidemic and no one's doing a fucking thing about it. Seth Rogan Seth Rogan. He's his wife's life mother had dementia. I don't know if you've seen it recently. I was tagging it yesterday. I seen him talk at gone to yes so he's going to Congress and he's spoken about it. He's actually I just a friend of my brother's tagged yesterday. He's having like a variety shirt to raise money for dementia yeah in the states which I think is phenomenal because a he's a popular person. He's a popular act. He obviously has a great falling behind him. He's relevant he's young. He's hip people will listen to him and he's using he's skills and talents as a comedian actor and a celebrity big. Tom's liberty to raise funds for dementia so I could be more thrilled but we stayed more of him moving into the Jin. Maybe we need to say I can't even get to mention your strategy to talk to me. You Kidding nope I condemn everything being in hyping reply and they're going to share my stuff and it's been a note which I had an arts at all and it's it's saying that a full about recently I've I thought about going to do with that. Inheritance something about with our denied it to why credit like that's when you talk about variety sure that intrigues the Shit Outta me about the people that we've had on the PODCAST that may consider getting involved. I Dunno some something around that he's interested yeah. I definitely agree. I just think anything we can do and yeah. I'm as I've said before. It's not cool. It's not trendy people. Don't WanNa talk about it people. You know it isn't it. There isn't a Daffodil Day. There isn't a gory by a pink finger bone. It's going to go to breast cancer. Awareness and those are all fantastic and I support them wholeheartedly. I do I by the definite I by the Red Fin Gabon. There's just nothing nothing like that for dementia like do we. I think the flower of dementia is a forget me not which is just fucking ironic. I think there's even get forget me not here like we need to have some kind of something. We can do away or day where we think about. We've got nothing what's what's the item the unthinking about something like people who are allergic to walnuts well. There's a reason that there's a raisin. The there is a big giant stuffed elephant as the mascot for dementia shot got that because elephants have great memories the not just a pretty fat via the needs to be something because right now. We've got nothing conce- dementia Australia doing a Benjamin Button Stall ad campaign. That would be nice that would hit that would fly. Is that like on the nose or is what what do you mean often. I don't know if people would understand that. That's a good point. I don't know there's some thea but if you've got the tag on the end what the best ad for dementia is just fucking play the notebook. Andrei paid the loss. Everyone's always like Oh. Do I folks so sad. He loved it so much and she got him Mike. That's my fucking reality. That's a good one very very hot. Watch it. I've never watched it for the very recent still alice that that is all kinds of fucked up what southern Komo Still Alice is the film about women and gets Eliane set and her three children and how they deal with that and whether they get tested not she is played by Julianne Mole and she went an Oscar for her performance. It's it's it's basically my childhood. I watched I think twenty minutes and I was hysterical. Couldn't watch the rest yeah those movies. I think any movie where you've been directly affected the thing within it would get. He's basically if I'd done well if it if if someone has lived it and you can tell that that the writer or whatever had lived through it it's just a bit too close to home. I think you know all this stuff is happened in your life in the last month. I think we're speaking about that in the kitchen you you and your mom. Your mom passed away and then you you recorded this podcast. I I get a sense that you're sort of an no you from positive use baynes putting it out there that you don't want to just be known as an infant anymore. I think like going with the podcasting rat could be your thing like as you you are like A. I know you are aware of it but you can. You're you're good conversationalist but also you can judge people really well thank you. It's GONNA be interesting. What's your assessment on the social scored I will you know is telling you downstairs that it was absolutely terrifying for me. I it will happen S. so quickly I. I'm Pasta on the Monday. Come the Friday. I was in the mail officers having a meeting which is just a whirlwind in itself but I knew it was something that I really wanted to do was actually off. I'd love to be what can radio that was kind of the dream for a while there and then as I was doing more podcast I was like hang on this is wipe better than radio because because I can Babylon for as long as I one generally generally speaking we can talk about topics that I care about that are really close to my heart. We didn't have to cut to an ad break. Throw Rotas Song and talk about a sponsor as like this is like the best of all the world's possum still being able to Tolkien tell dumb anecdotes and he just had a marine voice sounds like this is amazing. This says like all the things that I love to do and the more that I did them and was a guest on them the more I wanted to do them and actually had a guy come off may say that you know. I think he'd be a great great podcast hire someone at the cost and I pulled out last minute. I had a bit of a crippling I guess self doubt that just made me feel like I wasn't good enough and that no one would wanna he for me. I didn't have much to offer. I didn't have anything to say and it was literally with the price off. We'd we had everything was go. Go go full steam ahead and I just pulled the plug. I just said No. I can't do it and that you know forget big brother that was probably my biggest regret that was a while now now and thought about it and every time. I sort of people would say why. Are you doing a podcast. I think about it and I was like. Why did you turn that down long ago. Was this probably about a year and a half guard really okay yeah. I just choked. I I completely charged tonight. Just had a complete meltdown internally and I just was like why no no one's GonNa listen to that and I pulled out. I completely fucked this poor guy around we I I'd paid for. We've done everything it was charged and it was a huge regret. I felt really should about it. I wasn't happy with the fact that I pulled out. It didn't sit well with me. I was sad people kept saying to me. I think it was offered a shameless plug vodkas paperwork rarely lack want doing this. You have such great stories to tell you. Tell them really well interesting to listen to you and I was like Oh why am I doing Nisa and then so to be asked to come in from and speak within about a podcast I was an absolute yes but you how these things worked and despite the fact that I was going through work quite a difficult time in my life I knew that if I didn't make it for that meaning that would just find someone else that was just as good and not miss out so I was really determined to go into that meeting and probably wasn't in the best head spice and in hindsight I was definitely a bit manic that in that first instance but I- apparently killed it and and before I knew it I was up in Sydney recording back to back and talking about the wonderful world of influencing everything that goes on behind closed doors but it it it was really out of my comfort sign. I'm used to being very good at what I do..

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"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

12:39 min | 2 years ago

"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

"I think that's kind of where I thought hang on if I just being myself. I'm going to get noticed but it's always been. I don't really have any other setting in you know. Some people say oh you know thanks for being so honest and open Thanksgiving so vulnerable. I don't have love sitting if I did have another setting. I would have gone much better on big brother like I there people in that house. I might mention names. I spent ten months with these people and I thought I need them and then we got out of the House and me hung out and I was like Holy Shit. You literally had this and they're still being themselves. Just a much more refined perfected measured thoughtful version of themselves. They were Mon pays and QS. They were GONNA okay. We're on air. I won't say that whereas I was just like what you saw is. What is what I'm like twenty four seven seven. I just don't have another setting are telling US spoke with Jen. She highlighted about you like Austin few questions things about about you and I think that is a common theme. It's it's your vulnerability but I agree. It's it's a really I was thinking about. How could we help because there's so many people could you. How do you like heck. It'll be better at telling people things and Blah Blah and I think in a way. It's sort of just inherent aren't I wanted. I do wonder whether maybe being vulnerable on my social. Media channels. Now is a direct result of what I went through on the show because I think once you've been at that level and I say it was my rock bottom. I that was it was pretty bad and I think once yeah I felt like the country had sane me at my worst that sane me make a colossal fuck up that say me hurt. Someone that I care about a lot did sane me. You know humiliate myself myself at me in tears attain. We anxious dead same me at my worst. What do I have to hide off to that when someone seeing you at your very west it's kind of liberating in a way like why pretend that. I'm having a good day from what you've already seen me. Cry For ten weeks on on on and I'm going to pretend now I have my shit together. You guys know better but then I think about it and I wouldn't have been so emotional and stuff in the house. If I was Spain got it so obviously I've been like this my whole life. I think so I think it's just one of those things that people have like. I've always really for me. It was always like seek people's approval and so I would be always very open invulnerable as part of that process like I would just just keep him that comes back to our parents. It's no way we were brought up. Things I think for me was always seeking my dad's approval. I've only just really gotten over that in the last few years. I mean if he yeah I was speaking about saying approval. I it definitely feel as if I'm still trying to win back the country. It's a I constantly feel like. I'm trying to prove myself. It's a good analogy. That's what it feels like. I feel like they all assume this one version of. May and I have to go and wait. Wait wait but no I am a good person. There's more to me than that. I'm sorry I met a mistake really was from some people think well definitely this feeling of lack trying to prove them wrong trying to show that I care about different charities charities and causes trying to show that my vulnerability with my anxiety to help other people with their anxiety. I'm trying to show you that I'm not this. Bradey not selfish past that people sometimes think that I am and there's another chapter of misunderstood. I want to talk about dementia for we talk about your mom or just want to talk about dementia itself because when I originally spoke about Meyer iron family scares the absolute pitches. Yeah you had a really interesting story about how you went to your your grandmother passed wind and you couldn't take your mom and you had to repeatedly tell your mom. I can tell you with absolute assurance that he's the smartest decision you guys have made because my grandmother passed away in April. Oh and was there holy crap man ninety something else like it and I felt at the time I was annoyed of actually annoyed him but I can't believe that I was annoyed like so that's just part and Pasta with this shitty does as he was sitting there and he's like Oh who's that this is all. That's Jordan as I know him. That's teams that's teams. Sung and then he's sorry frustrated and it depends on the person listen as well because he's so happy so at least we've got that but I felt so bad for my cousin and like he would go up to my uncle. My Dad went obvious doing my like opening joining introduction to everyone before by this speech and like and he came up to me. He's like isn't it. Sorry good to see each other and it's like. Oh and there is this sense of an it's hard to describe someone who hasn't witnessed or experienced themselves but there is a sense of childlike one moment they they really do regret and when I say they regress I don't just main. They're losing skills. They go backwards. It's almost like Benjamin Button into Todd Liz the way they interact with you with the world the way they moved away they remember mom would pick up a boiling hot cup of tate and try and drink it like it's literally like you suddenly looking after a toddler and so would you speaking like that. That's maybe people that listing think that you're just putting on a funny but that's what it's live. It's like Oh my God I'd like. What are we doing here that this isn't this amazing and you're going? Oh my complete both amazing and horrifying. I remember like we're out for lunch one time and sitting there and he's just like what is this this is. This chain is never eight. Hundred forty is like pum. It's a yeah we've had plenty. He just Wendy. Stop Jesus go play along with a t G. Correct them like it gets to a point right. I think initially your knee jerk reaction is to correct them inside his pocket and you had a million on my dad would do that and I would feel myself. Doing it and I felt awful every time you helping hoping nobody all you're doing is upsetting them. Confusing them making them feel stupid. I just wanted to make him happy like I remember before. My grandmother passed why that's when you when it gets really bad obviously. She has no idea who you are and we're sitting NAM. We're having tain sort of like a not a pound cake but they all peoples the worst sort of cakes and she was she was saying these were. I don't know what it was but ashes like hallucinogen gibberish. Did you ever go to like a training session but like an inflammation. I remember went to like an info session that was run by group and it's through demetre cares. Maybe I remember like they were talking about. How the way that they communicate is as often indirectly away of had a feeling and so that was that was really really interesting and so that helped me a lot. I think those groups are amazing and they would help you with sort of dealing with I think I think those groups are amazing. I know that my mum's care and that she was at the laws pie she was at had a weekly meeting with families as of yet but Wade didn't have access to any of that firstly to different reasons firstly. We were very young. I was the eldest son. I was fifteen fourteen fifteen. What Fourteen fifteen year old is going to get out. There and racist sized Pisces has self. It wasn't something that I felt comfortable. Even now as thirty-one-year-old road walk into a place like that I need to sort of would up a little bit of confidence. It's a bit of a daunting experience so as fifteen fourteen year old I'm not going to actively go there and try and find support for it but just not something that you think about. You've got all this stuff happy. I was hard in high school like I thought so much else going on my brain and to be quite frank. Thank those initial couple of years I was into Nah. I didn't WanNa talk about it with my friends at alive with bunch of Strange's secondly because my dad bless him was the intent on taking care of moment harm not even using a respite nurse or anything like that. We weren't even on any kind of government care way when he wasn't privy to what was out. They're available to us and if my dad was carry isn't privy. It's not filtering down to us so it's only now as an adult. I'm aware that up on line and typed it into google. I would have found even again. Faisal wasn't around back Dan. I I couldn't these days I go on to facebook in Typing Dementia Support Group and probably get twenty groups that are in my area that that wasn't around back then it's true and it's yours is such a unique situation because of the fact that it is like early onset. Maya two thousand a two yeah. My uncle has early onset frontal lobe dementia yeah so it only a fixed that part of the brain which is super so it's really long even though it's it's just as devastating is it's horrible. I'm my my Auntie just sheds. I did like a video he human he's life and dementia Australia one of those support groups but yeah it's it's Shit Yeah. It's it's gut wrenching. It's as I've said it's sort of a few chats now. I think that the worst part about it is that there's just no heart. There is nothing to cling to there. There is no civil lining. There is no positively there is are it's just you know you're diagnosed and it's death sentence and it's a long eighty with Eliane set. I mean mom had it for twenty three years. That is long on too long long long time. Yeah I mean the way I look at it now. The only way I can look at it is that at least this is the worst ca get yeah in terms of the situation I mean I feel like it's you and I get it is not the worst that could be but I don't know like I think about. I'm like my I had this conversation. Michael the other day news like you. You want really nerve so it doesn't affect you affects everyone around cool nor I have no in certain ways. I can see it in my I and Satan my friends parents and grandparents I. I'm like a sniffer dog now. I I can see from a mile away do you do you notice it just in them on everything thing it's it's it's a blessing and accussed because I think with the baby boomers now parents are getting that generations getting older and what was Eliane from my mother. Now is now now not silently onset. I mean my dad's seventy two and really gaudy looks good for him. He will love you saying that or seriously you guys the family this. He's seventy seventy two yeah. He's almost sixty eight when she passed in dead seventy five years apart but what was early on eh a bit of a shocking and very unusual circumstance back then is now not so unusual so I'm it breaks my heart but I know I'm GONNA here. It's going to become more and more prevalent in my social circles but even like the other day and I wrote a blog about this Mama Mia. I was watching the latest series of season of Orange is the new black and one of the men. Can I knew the minute Meena. This storyline was being set out for us the first second of her having a weird mood swing off or forgetting I just I knew I was like they're gonNA dementia. She's got dementia. I can just I can sniff it so now he he's what I'm intrigued by. Do you think it is like do you think it's hereditary or d think like like I know this for example. My grandmother had vascular dementia. That's clearly lifestyle related to fit your affected by a mini mini strike. Whatever is Allison Allison is as more red etry frontal lobe. They don't know there's so many of them well. That's even the fact that we have to have this conversation. That we know more is terrifying. Why why do we know what am I gonNa give you an answer on that. All I know is that the form of dementia that my mom has has gained but isn't proven can be linked hereditary which means that I have a chance of having it may what I do know I'm from my and again I go through phases of wanting to know everything about it and then phases of eight causing me severe anxiety and just to Huma head-in-the-sand about this is just too much me right now and and I think that's okay..

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"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

"I have a youtube channel but it's mainly videos that I've made on trips that other really talented people have put together for me when I do a pace to camera. If you ever see me on my instagram. I'm talking to camera just taking me one hundred takes to get yeah. It's the same thing I've got. I can't wha what is it about. It feels self-indulgent. I hate watching myself rather than looking into the camera and I hate. I'm like Oh. What do I do that thing where look in the actual like I don't know where I'm looking half the time I look at my face and looking at the camera so I'm like looking at a meant to be looking at the camera like Lawrence told me recently like just sit up on like you laptop and just film because I'd be holding holding it and it'd be like yes I use hands. Freight's definitely definitely helps but I do that but I'm a spastic at holding. I think he was spending to nineteen yeah. Now you know what I'm saying. I'm just I'm not good. I'm really really awkward. I feel like take targets. Just not the platform for me but if it's fucking coney looney thing fine. I'll get amongst it but yeah it is. It just feels really. Is that really. GonNa become a thing. I think it is using snapchat just for just for its filters. I feel like take the platform that is has the most potential to supersede instagram at the most terrifying say that on and blow with described. It's the most unique out of the vine three brandon. That's what I mean. How is that unique. Hey Gordon had this and we didn't know was using got rid of the platform because Youtube Youtube instagram does not have the other no. It's I find a different. It's a different experienced experienced instagram. That's why I don't like it. It's a bit more culture driven and it's easy to be discovered on tick tock which I think any platform almost two billion downloads or something like that that probably in like two billion with a B. I'm going into it. I'M GONNA fight it all the way. It was fought airports until yesterday. I wanted to touch on the thing about infants because I feel like in your interview with big brother is you're going into. That's that's what you really like. You already knew this stuff you sort of getting ahead of social media but that interview is when you realize that you could on and I'd right like you were doing this interview and you're saying how you would say certain things in a would react for the producers deal like that's where you learned that you could really Ghana People's attention with with the way that you conversed. I mean I guess I think I've always NERD I. I've always loved playing up to people. I know what to say to get a rile. You know I know what to say to get a shock reaction. That's not to say that I was doing that during the ocean prices I really wasn't audits wasn't find the bullshit that everyone else was. I wasn't drinking the KOOL aid for Miami stand hand out..

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"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

12:43 min | 2 years ago

"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

"I'm really liked that married at first sight people say oh you know it was all cotton chain and they put words in my mouth and we hadn't slept all night and Blah Blah Blah and I get that I'm not saying that's not true. I know that that's how these things work but it it was very important to me and it was never decision ever sat down there and thought. How am I gonNA play this in my in my point of view there was no other way of doing it and and that was I was going to come out and I I was GONNA COP at all. I was Gonna I'd made my bed and I was GONNA lie in it and I never wanted it to go any other way. The producers of the show and the network often often meal the safety lines and safety nets and ways out you know they try. This is what we can counts your radio every vic days by stood the full show appearance they went ahead having cats with that without even asking me because they are trying to protect me and I said no I want to do on my radio interviews and then when I did the interviews and they say oh sorry what do you think you did. Do you own up to it. I said Yeah I said I fucked up. I said I'm not a shitty human being but I did a shitty thing and that was it was all may but that's why you've survived it. Though because so many people this is the thing that I look at it like the archetypical. Hero's journey Ryan like you have sort of a situation Russian and bad and you fall down and something happens and people piling on but in your case you actually admitted the you're wrong whereas a lot of people just sort of clamp up no one. He's from there no media yeah. I think the fact that you did that was probably one of the smartest things that you did because people couldn't own that over you you did if you took responsibility for its yes. The Daily Mail is the glossy mags of the world will talk about. I think it's really the defining feature any more. I mean I hope not and I think that's very kind of you to say sorry but if I'm being completely honest and frank I mean wasn't I just doing that. Type Myself feel better. I think that I felt like I needed to make penance. I needed to be punished I wanted to I felt really really bad and I felt really really guilty. Eighteen I was not proud of my actions and I think may coming out and putting my hand saying Yup. I stuffed up. I'm the bad guy autism whatever you're going to throw at me in a way I was trying to level the playing field. I was trying to say yeah I fucked up and you. You deserve to be ridiculed. I deserve to be troll. All I deserve to be pulled apart in the media. I deserve it all and I think that to this day. I still think you know when I when I get the occasional remarkable. Call someone decides slave nasty comment. I sit there like fuck fair enough but that's what made the like so many other people would just say it's the editing fault. It's someone else's fall. I mean that's the difference there. Maybe that's my earn in a guilt. Maybe maybe at at least steed you on the right path. There was no I mean I couldn't see another way out. I couldn't like how I couldn't sleep at night. If I if I'd come out comes by saying oh I didn't know what happened in there. It was crazy. It was such an alien environment. ooh who was that person. That's not true. That's not the case and I wouldn't be I lived myself had I played it that way but again again. That is the difference because so many young very lovely about it and I'm like I know that look it's interesting because my favorite topic or areas is the full of social media types and how this has been a new thing and and how someone like kao-chia yeah like admit that case of that lady who was going to South Africa she's she's not by by no means means an influence or maybe she had a couple of thousand dollars or something like that and it was saying the joke was around saying like she was going to South Africa and she's like. I hope I don't get AIDS was something terrible right and so easy and yeah it was bad like that is you wouldn't say it in public. I wouldn't say that to my my breath so anyway anyway she put it onto a Hashtag and so people found it and she was on a flight and in the time for the international flight from New York to to Cape Town. She's lost a job like this. This is trending on twitter. I this this woman's ends. Life was ruined and in a lot of cases. People just darned meant that I did wrong. Did she know that she did wrong. I can't remember the specifics with that one but there are other notable examples I remember Sam Harris talked about these. Sony's podcasts he he talked about it with a psychologist and this bain many high `perfect cases but it's fascinating with the way that we have social media now and how people compal them like that. It's intense. I I copped pretty bad. I'm looking ally and I think even in hindsight now looking back it was there was some really really doc days really dark days and it was was pretty brutal. I'm talking bringing my mom into the into the GAGS patsy stoking may to some making top like it was bad but even I still think that if it happened today would be it'd be a whole different level it on steroids and I do worry and I do. Ari the and that's why I sort of have may protection it upon myself to become this kind of modify gaffer these new generation that coming up because I I say these young naive fame hungry people go on shows like married at first sight and the Bachelor and and I just think oh you just you just don't know what you inter. You're not being prepared no-one warning year. You're not thinking about the future you you're so focused on right here in front of you that you not thinking about here and yeah it it worries you see because I know what it's like and how awful it can be and they just weren't prepared for it. I don't think that's why if you wrote a book Code Base Understood Dude. It was super interesting. I would hundred hundred that thank you okay so that's a good working. Title actually wouldn't jump back to your early career because I think it was your career choice that is it's obviously set you up to where you're going later on in life as an influence and media personality now. I think you're quite the pedigree Clemenger Yup. DB Sydney comes degree why I was thinking because Oh no you mum worked in AD World Down Your Aset. Do you think that that was sort of the real driving force behind why he chose that field i. I don't think it's funny because a whole family we've come from a family of advertising paypal my mom and my Dad Barth wrote appetizing. I ended up liking advertising and now my little brother works appetizing thing yeah it literally. Only one sibling has ended up in appetizing potato. He works details. He could take until ice to Eskimos still advertising of some sort to different appetizing but yeah I mean I knew I always felt like even as a kid. I thought my parents had really cool jobs. I'm going to my my parents officers after work with ultimate team my dad's office and my mom's Office and dad was working on the smackers ads the mismatched dog's Wacko. It's Mac Os and they had the the plastic figurines at a US in those ads like around the agency and I just thought that was so cool that I'd seen this Ad. I was playing with this thing from this ad and I remember thinking it was a pretty cool space debating and this is the full like madman was thing. I didn't know how cool Atlanta and really was back in the day. I thought my parents are pretty cool and I knew that I worked on some pretty cool ads but I never wanted to work. Appetizing rotting was always the one thing I knew I was not cut and so when it came down to the state is in school and sort of figuring out what should we do. I knew I didn't WanNa do an exit was just too broad and I was like okay. What am I good at writing rotting. That's basically all I can do. What is it a grade that I can do where I rot. Journalism made them my sense so I did journalism for that reason. I also loved magazines. I think for a hot second like most people. My Age wanted to work in magazines because of movies like DOS products like that so that was even dream to work in magazines. Yeah I remember. I had this whole thing man. It's SORTA funny to think about this in hindsight I did. I fashion textile like vache. Hell how unit taught what do they call it like an extra as well as school studies like instead of a unit back to it was a bad decision in the long run like for getting into the coast. Paul's your calves was going. There's a girl from the sister. School thought you do that tomato done. No no no. I was just debating. She went with me. Why we became good mates from now now we wouldn't I was never really into a half ahead of here now. Fanatics should be listening to it but we had a lot of fun because they used to give us cab charges. I just go to another school to the unit because it was like does that feel like at the time you're like ooh captured anyway with her. Mom used take us and we used to take the cab charge like we'd save and we'd use it for other moments like if we were going out going to the city that's just not that's not anyway so. I did this cause because I thought I'm going to be this hotshot tyler so I thought it was going to be tyler for wall and I did it for a year and then I got this thing in my mind like I really liked talking and riding and business and stuff that maybe I should like targeted job at like like intention but g q Russia something and then how cool is rush magazine. Josh was so good. I remember what what a couple of the shit for locking up because it's just not the famous fashion magazine. Yeah yeah rush and even G. Q. Like for me. I had. FHM magazine did she hit the men's MAG fuck. That was one of my first intentions when Lauren born. I meant may she thought I was guy tried to lie because my my wool was like just posters of like very like stylish models roles in these amazing poses and and then like some do with some awesome. I was obsessed with Leiper Elkin. Do you know him yeah yeah. He was like my archetype. Talk can kind of see why she maybe thought you're into dude atypical bedroom decoration. It's not but I just I loved. I love design and stuff a lot but that was nothing in hindsight like you thinking about it. How can expect eighteen year old kids to to pick what they want to do for the rest of their lives like what is ludicrous actually and so yeah. I studied journalism at Charleston University in Ba'athist. What up I had some days when they had that I went to that university asking me where I lived on campus because he everyone lives on campus J. Iheart by the way so yeah? I studied journalism but I wanted to back in magazines and then I ended up overnight. It felt like there will always ads for it was like do you love social social media to you love writing and I was like yes. I love both of those two things together. Why does it make what is this new job and end up working at clemes as actually my title social media superstar. Which is just ridiculous? Yeah look this. It's the so many different titles isn't it like looking for them and then the really very small things. This is different degrees of responsibility well yeah. I think I was such that we didn't know what they hold a co- what I did. You know that in no way to put me. They didn't know what to call. It will be your platform so you at the time. It was mainly facebook few youtube channels. No twitter. It's guy wasn't around early days. It was yeah it was before so Instagram Khaimah twenty twelve thirteen when I came out of the House in Energy Entertainment the tame. It was still very much. They went very many brands on an still so it was really early days. Where do you sit on talk. I I'm not about it. I'm I think I'm I think I have to take talk. Apparently it's blowing up. It's an expert on just first of all vehicle in general at give notice but I don't do a lot of video content..

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"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

"Look like all that stuff it. It makes you a household name but it also opens you up for people to just pile on an income you know as you sign a MI affair a lot of the a lot of criticism schism. You've gotten these. I don't think it's it's not fair. It's always for a very small situation yeah. I think that it's it's a bizarre thing to think about about the fact that very micro. It's not the Mackerel of tallies law. It's just like this thing that happened for. I will and listen one percent of your law foreign yeah and that's that's terrifying and that's something that's taken me a long time to come to terms then and be. Kayla is because it it does it feels unfair and statistically it's not right. You see you know to judge someone stuff one thing they did six years ago. It just seems ludicrous seacrest but that's unfortunately the case to me and it's something that I've had to come to terms with an and make pace waves because I will forever be known for that and I will forever be held accountable Hannibal. To my actions as a twenty five year old yeah but also what I think is interesting is you've almost become a weapon fee now like you wear art in your Alma. Felt makes sense like if someone's says that over you see an article are going to send you a more forthcoming and talking about it. Then people are themselves yeah. That's probably my line of defense. I think if I bait them to set. Maybe they'll gentle with me. I think also through that well it it was very it was a very conscious decision. I was a victim from big brother. I I guess you could have taken what happened with me. As I think a lot of people I've seen a lot of people since not for the exact same circumstance of the circumstances come out of a show like that and put the hands there and say oh it was the editing..

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"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

12:15 min | 2 years ago

"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

"Thanks for listening guys hope. I hope you enjoy this conversation with telly SMYTH tully. You'd be surprised Hilarious Good I. I just said that you said that phrase a lot. I've been here for literally twenty minutes and I think you said. You'd be surprised three times. I mean you say you'd be surprised again. Surprise surprise say that usually interesting is a terrible one. Actually my mum picked up on that the other day and she was like really like slept. The wrist like you say this word way too often okay. It's one word it's hard to it. You'd be surprised though is an obvious phrase and if you're a painting it over and over again. It's going to lose its meaning. What's your phrase aggressor. I go through stages. I'll I'll find what are here word and I fold love there. I'd say for stations a lot. I used to say I was just being facetious. I think it's one of those words. Maybe everybody uses that stands out again and I think some people think I'm trying to sound smart. What was your when you studied. Journalism can sort of tell that maybe there was some new words. It's that you discovered and you started to have favorites there. Do you remember one in particular where you just really joined on about it. Do you know what fastly faulk here. I have been a massive massive rate us and so I was very little so my vocab always been quite extensive. Believe it or not I did. I didn't let a word per se during uni a little bit about politics I went into my degree knowing nothing about politics and then we had to decide on a to pick a subject it was literature. Oh politics as an elective and I just finished four units English. I don't know what you guys have here in Victoria but yes did English advanced and then and as many extension English as a as I could so I basically did as many English subjects as like a dirty for my final cert yeah and I just don a little literature and I was like I kinda WanNa break so I chose politics purely out of limitation and I leant a Lotta politics did with your I remember I did English and literature was your literature ship basically analysis of text and whatnot yeah. I feel like study English like that. It changes the way you read the way watch films suddenly looking like Oh why are they shooting with a red team to the to the wedding and it stops you sometimes just enjoying the stores analyzing using everything and not offend a really good documentary recently. It's cold myths and monsters by Sulak a there's a book that I can never remember the name yeah bookshelf right right behind you. It's not I haven't bought it so my list on Amazon just head around and be like no I bought these books no mainland batches of fifty and so I'll read them over the course of a year because I just get so many books recommended and then put them in a list and then the end of the decided okay what I really. They WANNA rate for the next year. Do you have the good grades APP. Yav used good rates. Whatever Price Lewis speech loves good raids every single book pity rates. He does a good rates review with these entire analysis. Wow that's a lot of Admin it is. I mean onto this thing. I think I like good rates because if if I really really loved the book and say there isn't a sequel all the author has written another one. I like to put the book that you've just loved eanet which books that a similar books that have liked of the same kind of can recommend books for taste. How do you didn't notebooks at all NOR DART NO I. I don't WanNa ruin a book with a pen. I don't even follow the pages because I trained my books with respect it a lot of bent spines. I'm looking at that that gives me anxiety really really fucked that Elon Musk book. Can I ask you. This is an example. I don't know if people holy Moly Eh yeah so. It looks like an English textbook that I've had to do that in your. I don't know why I do this. Just do it like I can't help myself this fall Foale there for me like he can retain a- and then what I do is I put into evernote. Thank you this is a whole new level so don't put into evernote and so the the best pizzas somehow gets that we opened with this. If you guys are still with us well done. I I duNNo. I Look I've been told many times Anita get the kindle now. I'm anti an anti the IPAD I think on a screen soy macho ready the best thing about a book the best thing about getting into bed and putting on my phone and picking up a book is that it's a screen grain and I know that you can carry around the only time I could say it being useful is it was back when I was young. I was backpacking and I Lisa Lug around stacks of books and I get so attached to them that I don't even I kind of do that thing where you lay them at a hostile new switch through a swap them around not okay with me all of them as a lot of extra cage as How do you treat rating. Do you look at like okay. I've got this book thirty pages in a fucking hide it but I'm going to pursue it or do you just put it down. It's funny you should ask that because I a have always read a book from cover to end. I feel like I'm personally giving up on something if I don't finish the book I feel like I'm offending it. I think every book is a great book in its own right in saying that I have very recently given up on my very first book. It took a long time I love. I am a big raider. I'm a quick and I sat with this book for like four or five months just struggling to get into it. I'd had so many amazing things about it. When I bought it yeah 'cause I was put my books and my instagram because a lot of followers loved to know what I'm raining and I got so many people saying only God. It's the best book in the world. You're going to love it and I just said Okay Okay maisy. I'm really excited about this book and I started it and I was like Oh. This is a little bit okay. This is tough okay. I'm going to stick with it. I bet it gets better and I thought I was stuck with it. Stuck with the rating not not loving this and I just eventually someone said to me is one of my good friends John who is also very big Rada and he said life is too short agree to you not loving right. Just put it down. I wonder if he likes novel Restaurant Guide that is he's a he's been of a modern philosopher. I guess you could call. I can ask him because it sounds like the line that he says yeah. I was just really strong with a in fact I wanted. I suggested that hey pick it up and try and write it because I wanted him to read it and then if he said it was good. I'd give it another guy. He was like not put down your shit. I just give up a distant fees short. It really is II sort of treat them like blog posts now like if I just don't like it. Oh just I feel like I feel like I'm missing out because so many of my fellow is that it was amazing and I might want to sing but the problem is that like this why so many people don't read right so my my pond on the Lawrence she heights not height rating but she really struggles with and I think it's because a lot of people they pick up a book and they are right. I've I've gotTA finish this book and more time they haven't even worked out what type of books they like to read yeah. I feel like that's sort of part of the and I thought about 'cause I found reading light on life. I got hired reading up until about a puff from Halley Harry Potter up into about sixty nine Hashtag all men but I generally find it's kind of the case with guys I have this job with my friends kind of like one of my first date gags that most guys have like one or all of of three books on the bookshelf to go for marching powder a every basic bitches read that when I say bitch I mean basic guy marching powder Scottish you literally every single guy has read that book and Steve Jobs Autobiography or speaking or if they're really need basics picky McGee not knowing thread that this shoe one shoe dog being the not another one yeah this Nike. They are the books that most guys have the guys have read. This is a very good analysis basis but I think you're right. I think a lot of guys are more interested in things than people. They've got shut our attention span. Let's be honest I just I like. I've noticed noticed as I've gotten older as well that these stories and people that I like in particular I think that is I do think it's rare for a lot of costs locked mhm incident talking about things if that makes sense yeah. How did you realize that you loved stories. Vary very early like my mom was a massive Rada. She always had books all around the house and I think she was important to her that I also loved books. I was always given books his presence. They were always a big feature. My bedroom beatrix potter. I had the whole set of basic Beatrix Potter Books Milly Mandy and of Green Gables Egg with books that I was brought up with and then as I got older I've sort of said this speech at my my mum's funeral recently but we knew going out and go into the shops. We'd never asked for a toy. We'd never ask for like boxes slime or a Lego set. 'cause we've just never get it but if we asked for book was always yes always so. I started off with the books because I and you get them and then if I got them read them I also discovered that I liked writing same kind of time. I guess I love books books in my house so I decided to write my books and sell them back to my parents so it's a very very young age yeah. I think it's it's one of those things that you just intrinsically sort sort of in love with that stuff yeah. I agree. I had a friend Osman recently for advice and how to become a better writer and I just said Raid Mole. Yeah read mole be be more interested in stories in general. I just think that I think there's a talent to it. That has to be you. You know I there definitely is a talent to it. I think that my particular writing style. It's very colloquial now that you've met me I think if you go back can raid any of my blogs. You could hear me in my writing. I type I right exactly how I speak infliction all he really can he me in my writing. and I think that that is a certain skill level but like you know in terms of running into novel. We're on writing from. Maybe a different characters point of view my voice. I don't know how it go with that. Did did you ever see yourself as becoming a novel so was it always in a Nelson. I have never seen coming another less but I've raised that being asked to write a book yeah which plays my mind is obviously just blew. Yours is a biography or topic like a book about mate my alive and the todd would be misunderstood. ooh. That's good. That's good. I don't know what the title would be. I think I was thinking more like I've often referred to as a storm in a takeup cup. That's my bio and my tinder profile and bumble profile Yup. A lot of people would like that too but I think I think you're one of the most misunderstood people really really yeah. Oh my God took me three this. I just think it's more so to do with the level of infants you had so then. I mean look when I was going surrounding questions. I think there's like I think five Kaethe five or six key things that have happened to you that have really defined who you are. One of those was obviously. Let's see becoming an influence but it was really. It was really big brother that might that right. Yup and and big brother is a double edged sword God for everyone. It's not just fatality. It's for the people who when I'm reading an article about talion. It says you know tally was this event and then down below. It's like like look at what is she doing with her life now..

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"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"tully" Discussed on Uncommon

"Hi I'm Kelly Smith and I'm here with uncommon. This podcast is brought by Nero media. You An entrepreneur al-maqadmah needs help making podcasts video or animation obscene enough time to manage a freelance will the budget to deal with an agency agency. Bodnar media can help you simple and affordable content crushing saving you time and money taking away the pain of producing that content and to learn more head to neural dot com slash media. That's any eight A. DOT com slash media play around without pricing request a AAC Holbeck directly listening to the show receive a special discount by using the Promo Code Uncommon. Welcome to another episode of uncommon. My My name's Jordan Michael Ladies and I'm your host in this episode. I have few telly Smyth tally is an influencer and host of the social scored podcast having been thrust into the spotlight Landry Austrailia as a contestant on big brother she soon developed clean knowledge of how to influence on the line I think by knowledge from a previous roles as a social media strategist these interview will give you an understanding of the landscape of influences dances and I think how tally is ultimately misunderstood him what her closest friends see in that friendship and I think he'd be very surprised surprised in this episode we cover lot including noting of books being mistaken misunderstood rather her career in advertising establishing shing influence understanding dementia the Social Squad podcast and working with may have fragment. If you live the episode duly writing on your podcast at and if you WANNA shout at all leave us a review so we can rated out the following week share with your friends. Take a screen shot post on your instagram the Gramm story tagging us at uncommon undisclosed podcast to watch the episode in full the video search uncommon podcast on Youtube and don't I forget to like and subscribe shirts and all previous guests are at neurology dot com slash podcast with that being said..

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"tully" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"tully" Discussed on KTOK

"Week. here is Rasheed at Tully back they get anti semite. and Tom Holman great patriot this week at a hearing cut eighteen go as a fellow American I just want you know your contribution as acting director of ice under this administration will always be remembered as one and that was very ruthless and humane treatment of asylum seekers as the author of the separation policy and now of this sick you know. preventing people sick children before this committee are seeking lifesaving medical treatment I will continue always this is probably the third time I think you before this chamber that I'm deeply troubled by your opening statement and continued assault on innocent lives and I ask that this administration please stop playing with the lives of children before this committee but also the lives of many Americans are dry right here see she is said nothing truthful or substantive. this is what hearings are about this is what the media are about this is how we get every day endlessly propaganda. no fax no substance no knowledge nothing. yes this nut job going off like a nut job. go ahead by the continued broken immigration system in our country do you think I know much courage Fontana combined response that no we're moving on to yes he was invoked I would suggest usually still respond. how do I not respond at this spot transparency or not. okay method you like your time the chair will now the churn out now record. China recognizes Mr Roy for five minutes and you can just feel free to use your time she's talking about chip Roy who's one of the finest people I know. one of the finest people in public service he originally served. his chief of staff to Ted Cruz with him before that his service in Texas was sterling. he's not congressman and they're trying to take him out in Texas and we will have on this program multiple times he also is a dear friend he's also a cancer survivor. and he sees this on this committee. S. Rasheeda tallied does our usual hit run believe she did use the F. word good for her Lee she didn't bring somebody from. Hezbollah to watch the hearings one of our good friends. Lee she didn't start ranting and raving against the Jews. so there is that. but look how she went after Tom Holman who again will be my guest on Sunday for a full hour. cut nineteen go out would you like to address and would you please address any of the one last comment about me being appalling and and and first far serve my country thirty four years I save many lives Irene agency let's be Frank about ice does I always last year took of seasonal sold opioids off the streets of this country that could be killed every man woman and child in the United States twice they've arrested thousands sexual predators that that pride a parade on children they rescued thousands of children who are or victims of of predators they arrested hundreds of women that were victims of sex trafficking let's stop there that seems to be a lot more than Rasheeda tallied has ever done it any minute of her life or ask has ever done even when she was a bartender. go ahead all of the agency nice what we don't want to talk about is nearly ninety percent of everybody I suppressed for immigration violations either have a criminal history or pending criminal charges when they're found mean there were found in the county jail which most likely means worn a choir boy so to to miss matches what the the work the men and women I used to is I find appalling the member Congress with with with all that other like that in my thirty four years I've never seen such Hey Hey I shut the hell up it doesn't sound to me like you got is five minutes. when you get a dead tell us how you make what what is she Clark. spaghetti you're going to give us a lesson on cooking spaghetti wall that's hard to do. how to.

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"tully" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"tully" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Went from thinking you were doing a joke. Like, oh, he's not joking. Egon your mucus. I love it. Louis Tully fan in the first one not so much the second one. I this is gonna be sacrilege. I like Ghostbusters, but I'm not I'm not hardcore goes bust guys like. But it's not one of those movies is near and dear to my heart actor, Barbara, I borderline detested the new Ghostbusters, but not because cast women. That's great. That's fine. I just think the script was so bad. We all agree on that. Never saw give those talented went down dumping to work with for was horrible. I felt like I couldn't watch it. Because I liked the first one so much then because they decided to cast to women I which I love women, by the way. I just like this is such a departure for a reboot and the because I liked the first one so much. I'm not even going to bother with it. So I'm glad I didn't go Mark one thing. I want to ask you because I know you're fantasy of corral, and we've talked about like how I think we mentioned he did an interview where he said that he doesn't feel if he could do the office now because of just all the sensitivity everything out there. Have you heard about space force? Yeah. I've not read any of the articles by saw that he and I think the office creator writer meaning for this space worship. He's actually starring in it. Yeah. Netflix. Right. So you probably won't do like a full twenty two. You know, probably do like ten episodes or something like that. Are you? Okay with that. Yeah. I mean, I love you intrigued super entry, you know, that the office in Super Bowl right there. And I think space forces potentially, you know, not wanna get into political waters, but potentially ripe for some jabbing and stuff so. Yeah. Count me all in for that. I need I need to get caught up on have. We have never asked him. We've done it who would be in. Your cabinet if you had to choose four people, and I'll ask to both of you respectively. I go back many moons ago. We first talked about this mine was Landau barf, Marvin the Martian an out those were my four if I had to make a cabinet of four people on the space force who would you have on his face force. Oh boy. Oh, I mean, I think you gotta have Han solo which hon-. Harrison ford. No, no, no, no. I mean, like because you know, how he gradually got done movies haunt. I think that's the sweet spot. Okay. That's my Star Wars movies. Okay. So then I think you gotta go Star Trek to if we're doing it that way captain Kirk. And then I think about it. I don't know Picard buck Rogers, the third one is tough. But I do were easy. But let me let me think about okay. Very crucial that we get the proper cabinet maybe data from next generation because you need that like cold presence. You know, not emotional nothing. Nothing about this all day. But how many fill out a cabinet four? Okay. Well, I'm going with starbuck from battle star galactica older new. Oh, I didn't know there was a new one. I mean, the new ones been off the.

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