35 Burst results for "Two Decades"

 Death toll from Afghanistan's quake rises to 1,150 people

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Death toll from Afghanistan's quake rises to 1,150 people

"The death toll from a devastating earthquake in Afghanistan has continued to climb days after it turned brick and stone homes into rubble Afghan state media says the quake has killed 1150 and injured some 3000 while the UN has put the number of dead at around 7 70 people either toll makes this the deadliest quake to hit Afghanistan in two decades despite some international aid flowing to the impacted villages in the east to provide people with food and tents villages are mostly on their own digging by hound for survivors the country of 38 million people is in the midst of a spiraling economic

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At Least 1,000 Killed in Afghanistan Earthquake, Officials Say

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

At Least 1,000 Killed in Afghanistan Earthquake, Officials Say

"Local people throughout eastern Afghanistan are digging graves in villages reduced to rubble by a powerful earthquake that killed at least 1000 people One villager interviewed by the state run news agency says in pashtu 35 members of his family died in the quake including his sons and grandchildren meanwhile survivors are digging many by hand through hard to reach villages in the east which had been reduced to rubble the agency adds an estimated 1500 others are reported injured the quake is Afghanistan's deadliest in two decades and officials say the toll could rise I'm Charles De

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Texas DPS Director: Children Waited 1 Hr 14 Mins 8 Secs for Rescue

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | Last week

Texas DPS Director: Children Waited 1 Hr 14 Mins 8 Secs for Rescue

"That the law enforcement response to the attack at rob elementary was an abject failure and antithetical to everything we've learned over the last two decades since the Columbine massacre. Three minutes after the subject turned to the west building, there was sufficient number of armed officers wearing body armor. To isolate distract and neutralize the subject. The only thing stopping the hallway of dedicated officers from any room one 11, and one 12 was Janssen commander, who decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children. The officers had weapons, the children had none. The officers had body armor, the children had none. Doubles had training, the subject had none. One error, 14 minutes and 8 seconds. That's how long the children waited and the teachers waited in rooms one 11 to be rescued. And while they waited, the onset commander waited for radio and rifles, then he waited for shields. Then he waited for S.W.A.T.. Lastly, he waited for key that was never needed. Waited for a key that was never

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Texas DPS Director Steve McCraw Speaks out About Uvalde Shooting

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last week

Texas DPS Director Steve McCraw Speaks out About Uvalde Shooting

"Steve McGraw is director of the Texas Department of Public Safety And he was at a hearing today a hearing that really mattered And here in part is what he had to say cut one go There's compelling evidence that the law enforcement response to the attack at rob elementary was an abject failure and antithetical to everything we've learned over the last two decades since the Columbine massacre Three minutes after the subject turned to the west building there was sufficient number of armed officers wearing body armor To isolate distract and neutralize the subject The only thing stopping the hallway of dedicated officers from any room one 11 and one 12 was Janssen commander Who decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children The officers had weapons the children had none The officers had body armor the children had none Officers had training the subject had none One error 14 minutes and 8 seconds That's how long the children waited and the teachers waited in rooms one 11 to be rescued And while they waited the on seed commander waited for radio and rifles Then he waited for shields Then he waited for S.W.A.T. Lastly he waited for a key that was never needed The post column mine doctrine is clear and compelling an unambiguous stop the killing stop the dying You can't do the former unless you do You can't do the latter unless you do the former This is Disgusting

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Uvalde classroom was unlocked while police waited for a key during massacre, Texas official says

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Uvalde classroom was unlocked while police waited for a key during massacre, Texas official says

"Texas top safety official testified before a state Senate committee about the deadly shooting at a school in uvalde 19 children and two teachers were killed The director of the Texas Department of Public Safety colonel Steve McCrory says there is compelling evidence the law enforcement response was an abject failure and antithetical to everything we've learned over the last two decades since the Columbine massacre Macron says there were enough officers on the scene to have stopped the gunman three minutes after he entered the school They waited for over an hour The only thing stopping a hallway of dedicated officers for many room one 11 and one 12 was Janssen commander who decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children The on scene commander was the ivaldi school district police chief Pete arradondo McGraw also says the door of the classroom was not locked How about trying the door And see if it's unlocked We

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Pete Hegseth Explains Why He Wrote 'Battle for the American Mind'

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Pete Hegseth Explains Why He Wrote 'Battle for the American Mind'

"Mark honestly it had been on my own mind and on my heart for years As someone who read what you've written across from americanism to American Marxism understanding the depth of what the left had done in our culture and our politics I still had this itching sense that like you did with American Marxism it's all deeper and specifically in the education system Some reason I've always been interested in that And it was actually the beginning of 2020 before COVID that I was introduced through a wonderful family in North Carolina during a Fox and Friends segment to David Goodwin who runs the association of classical Christian schools He was doing research about the roots of the progressive takeover Why and how they did it over a hundred years ago And I was fascinated by it And I was asking questions and we were going back and forth and he didn't he didn't know as much about the modern manifestation and it just became clear between the two of us We should work together We didn't know each other at all But two Christians patriots passionate about education He's made it his life work for two decades I've been wanting to write a book on education for 5 years well before this all started And it just became clear let's work together And we did And I started from the 1870s and I started from what we're seeing now and we put our research together basically met in the middle in the 1950s and 60s and the picture became clear This was a plot not necessarily that they knew exactly where it was going But each successive generation and we can get into the details on that was intentional about getting control of our youngest of minds Books have been written the closing of the American mind the coddling of the American mind about higher education and we said now it's time to write a book about K

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Michael Reagan Joins Dinesh to Talk About His Father's D-Day Speech

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

Michael Reagan Joins Dinesh to Talk About His Father's D-Day Speech

"I'm really happy to welcome back to the podcast, Michael Reagan, who was the eldest son of former president Ronald Reagan, Michael Reagan is debated Mikhail Gorbachev. He's I didn't know this set world records in powerboat racing. I do know that he was for two decades a conservative radio talk show host heard across the country on syndicated networks, and he is now the chairman and president of the Reagan legacy foundation. Michael, welcome what a pleasure. You know, just yesterday, that'd be my wife was reading from your dad's D-Day speech on the anniversary of D-Day. And she literally was almost bursting into tears as she was reading it. And your dad had that kind of an impact on people, which is almost unthinkable in politics today. Is it just because it was a different era or do you think there was something about your dad that brought out that kind of a deeply resonant response in people? Because it was in his heart. It wasn't just a speech, it was actually in his heart. And you know, I tell politicians who asked me about my father. I said, it's not about hearing your speech. It's about feeling your speech. And with my father's speeches, you really felt them. That's why you can listen today to the point to hot speech and you will cry at the right time. Every time, because it's so heartfelt, why my father remember my father was the first president to actually go to Normandy and speak on D-Day, the 40th anniversary. And every president since then has gone on a D-Day and spoken on a D-Day, followed suit of Ronald Reagan, but nobody, nobody makes you feel the speech like my father

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How Chris Pavlovski Became the CEO of Rumble

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:43 min | Last month

How Chris Pavlovski Became the CEO of Rumble

"What a perfect guest to discuss such issues as YouTube as rumble as the future of social media, then the founder and CEO of rumble itself, Chris pavlov city, welcome Instagram thank you for having me Sebastian. Glad to be here. All right, so much to discuss. Let's start with who you are and how you came to be the CEO of this. You tube up stop adversary. Yeah, so I started like two decades ago, I remember it was like 2005, one of my friends sends me an ICQ message at the time. And he's like, hey, check these guys out while I was building video sites. He's like, these guys are going to dominate that company at the time was YouTube. So fast forward to 2007, Google buys YouTube. They suck up all the oxygen in the room. They end up becoming the de facto video platform and kind of dominate the space. So it wasn't until about 2013. Well, 2010 where I started seeing this type of preferencing happen happening. I saw it. Basically, YouTube was starting to walk away from the small creator. They were really deep prioritizing our friends and family and some uncles and really prioritizing like huge channels, influencers, brands, corporations, and really kind of left alone that small creators. So by 2013, I decided to get back in. I started rumble late 2013, entirely on the premise of really kind of focusing on that small crater, our aunts and uncles, giving them the same kind of tools that the large craters would get on these incumbent platforms. And the monetization, the distribution and just kind of really bringing them a platform that treats them fairly like everyone

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 EXPLAINER: What's next for N. Ireland after Sinn Fein wins?

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

EXPLAINER: What's next for N. Ireland after Sinn Fein wins?

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Who Is Mark Morgan, Senior Fellow for the Heritage Foundation?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Who Is Mark Morgan, Senior Fellow for the Heritage Foundation?

"He's in studio, none other than the heritage foundations and fairs commissioner Mark Morgan Mark. Welcome in studio. Thanks for having me, Sebastian. I could see the your neck arteries expanding as you were listening to that cut. We'll get to that in a second for those who see you everywhere. Speaking truth fully about what's happening on the border, but who may not know everything you've done in your past before you got to be the commissioner for CBP. Tell us all the different ways you've served this nation, give us a little summary of Mark Morgan's history. I appreciate it, Sebastian. Look, I've served this country for 35 years. I started off. I listed in the United States Marine Corps on his 19, later became a commissioned officer in the Marine Corps. I was a police officer for the Los Angeles Police department. I served over two decades in the FBI, and I was also chief of the border patrol before I later became active director of ice and then acting director of customs and border

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Democrats Believe Demography Is the Key to Their Destiny

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Democrats Believe Demography Is the Key to Their Destiny

"For nearly two decades now, the Democrats have approached American politics in the very confident assumption that demography is destiny, that the changing demographics of the country are the key and in fact the inevitable solution to the Democrats political future. Why? Because the underlying assumption here is that the Republican Party is sort of the party of white people. And it's also the party of white people who are getting older and meanwhile, there are all these new people showing up, mostly Hispanics and Latinos and latinas, but also Asian Americans who are coming from obviously the far reaches of Asia. And then the birth rate of blacks is higher than that of white, so you put all these factors together, you're seeing the kind of darkening of the browning of America. And there were a series of books and articles written by people like, I think, really text Sierra is one of these guys. Basically saying Democrats can relax. Why? Because these minority groups tend to be overwhelmingly democratic. The Democrats can kind of count on getting typically not just a slim majority, but decisive majorities. 9 out of ten blacks are going to vote for the Democrats. 7 or 8 out of ten Hispanics and probably 6 out of ten Asians, Asian Americans. So this is, this is going to guarantee the Democrats become the an enduring majority. You can almost take Kevin Phillips book. The emerging Republican majority and switch the title, the emerging democratic majority. But two recent polls show that it's not turning out that way. And I think even the Democrats are now kind of figuring it

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How Did Rapper Zuby Get to Where He Is Today?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 2 months ago

How Did Rapper Zuby Get to Where He Is Today?

"We've had many, many guests on this show in the last three years. Some of them can be known by their initials like DJT, the former president, but I don't think we've had anybody who just has one name. And we're never going to have Madonna, but today we have zuby with us. He's an entrepreneur. He's a rapper. A man with a fascinating background. I saw him first on my buddy's podcast trigonometry fans foster and constantin Kissinger zuby. Welcome to America first one on one. Hey, how's it going? Happy to be here. It's going very well so far so good. We are 90 seconds into this interview. And it seems to be going all right, but we have a ways to go. Let's start where my buddies Francis and constantin begin there. Superb interviews. How did you get to be where you are today? Where did you grow up? What's your training? What's your background? And perhaps the greatest interest to all of our millions of listeners across the nation. How did you get to be the world heavyweight powerlifter in the female category? Okay, well, that's a lot of questions there. So my name is zuby. I'm an independent rapper, author, host of the real talk with zuby podcast, public speaker and coach. I was born in England, my family background is originally from Nigeria. I actually grew up in the Middle East and Saudi Arabia, lived there for almost two decades and went to school there up until 5th grade. I then went to boarding school in the UK and studied computer science at Oxford University, which is where I also started my music career. And over the course of time, I have released 6 independent albums and EPs, sold tens of thousands of albums, independently, and yeah, I've added a lot of strings to the bow, started my podcast and wrote and released my first book in 2019. And have become well known as well for, I guess what you could call social or cultural commentary. So different people around the world know me for a different things. But I'm someone who is always trying to seek the truth, speak the truth and help motivate and inspire other

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Storms batter aging power grid as climate disasters spread

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Storms batter aging power grid as climate disasters spread

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Darwin notebooks missing for 20 years returned to Cambridge

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Darwin notebooks missing for 20 years returned to Cambridge

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Mike Gallagher Celebrates Early Birthday in Las Vegas

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:41 min | 3 months ago

Mike Gallagher Celebrates Early Birthday in Las Vegas

"But after the long weekend I had in Las Vegas, Las Vegas to sort of celebrate my birthday with some dear Friends of mine. A little early birthday by a couple of days. And let's not talk about my birthday. I hate my birthday. I hate birthdays in general. I get in trouble because I forget my Friends. I forget my family. To me, I remember years ago, Eric Hansen, who's been my loyal operations manager for over two decades, used to take his birthday off. And I thought that was the craziest thing how anybody would take a day off for their birthday as an adult. Now if you're 14, I don't know, but people take birthdays very seriously. I dread them because it is a reminder of my grim march to the grave. I don't feel almost 62. Some days I feel 80, some days I feel 29. So good friends of mine, peg and Joey Hudson said, let's go to Vegas. We'll see Lionel Richie. And while we're there, let's carry Underwood. She was great Friday night, Lionel Richie, not so much because he canceled as we showed up to see his performance, which is something that would have been like a bucket list. Can you imagine seeing Lionel Richie in concert? He had a bad back. I literally said to the guy blocking the entrance when being told that Lionel Richie had a bad back, what? He can't sing with a bad back. What's in his back four to sing? I did shows in a hurt with a hernia. I did radio shows in my bed. I didn't say all that to him, but you know me. I'm selfish, and I'm impatient. And I'm instant gratification, and I wanted to see Lionel Richie, but we still had a great weekend, stayed at the Trump international hotel, great story from the Trump hotel, places packed, beautiful hotel, the Trump store, they can't keep Trump merchandise on the shelves. The lady told me as soon as they ship it in in the morning, it's gone by the end of the day. I would t-shirts, baseball caps, Trump golf balls, Trump paperweights, and people, you know, I'm sorry. Americans love the guy. And Americans are ready for a return to normalcy. Not just politically, but I've got to address this. I got to address how different Vegas is from so many other places, New Yorkers would faint. At how people in Las Vegas behave.

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China: NATO movement east sparking conflict

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

China: NATO movement east sparking conflict

"China's China's accusing accusing the the US US of of instigating instigating the the war war in in Ukraine Ukraine and and hit hit sounds sounds at at NATO NATO Beijing Beijing says says NATO NATO should should be be disbanded disbanded following following the the breakup breakup of of the the Soviet Soviet Union Union a a Chinese Chinese foreign foreign ministry ministry spokesperson spokesperson says says the the U. U. S. S. has has led led NATO NATO to to engage engage in in five five rounds rounds of of Eastwood Eastwood expansion expansion in in the the last last two two decades decades adding adding the the number number of of NATO NATO members members has has increased increased from from sixteen sixteen to to thirty thirty as as the the alliance alliance who's who's moved moved eastward eastward toward toward the the Russian Russian border border while while China China says says it's it's not not taking taking sides sides in in the the Ukraine Ukraine conflict conflict it's it's declared declared a a no no limits limits partnership partnership with with Moscow Moscow has has refused refused to to condemn condemn the the invasion invasion I'm I'm Charles Charles to to this this month month

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How Much Energy Do We Need?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

How Much Energy Do We Need?

"Mark mills is a senior fellow again at the Manhattan institute. We're headed toward an exciting all renewable energy future. Wind and solar will power the world of tomorrow. And tomorrow isn't far off. It's time to wake up. You're having a dream. Here's the reality. Oil, natural gas, and coal provide 84% of all the world's energy. That's down just two percentage points from 20 years ago. An oil still powers nearly 97% of all global transportation. Contrary to headlines claiming that we're rapidly transitioning away from fossil fuels. It's just not happening. Two decades and $5 trillion of governments investing in green energy and we've barely moved the needle.

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Peter Schiff: Price Increases Now Are Consequences From Long Before

The Dan Bongino Show

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Peter Schiff: Price Increases Now Are Consequences From Long Before

"Peter is this situation going to get worse My fear here is that inflation can be delayed It doesn't appear in the economy right away The M two money supply has grown dramatically It was looking at some numbers today from 15 trillion to 20 children or trillion over just over the period of a year or more 21 trillion I think actually we're talking about 6 trillion more of money floating around both digital and currency wise This is a delayed response typically the inflationary response and the actual prices we experience That money hasn't filtered away its way through the economy Is it going to get worse Of course I mean because a lot of what we're experiencing now as far as price increases these are the delayed consequences of the inflation that was created long before Obama became president We have been creating inflation throughout the last decade or two decades ever since the Greenspan really was running the fed we've been printing a lot of money and kicking the can down the road And I've been warning for years that a day of reckoning was coming And that the problems that we were going to ultimately have to reckon with we're going to be much worse because of our delay And so we're really just at the beginning of this wave For years and years to fed printed money they called it quantitative easing but it really was just inflation debt monetization and all the while they acted as if there was no inflationary consequence because they were looking at the CPI and they kept saying oh look the CPI is under 2% when the CPI is highly rigged It was reverse engineered to understate price increases Prices were going up by more than 2% We just were not recognizing that

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"two decades" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:42 min | 5 months ago

"two decades" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Even more so than west's latest album, donda, the documentary reveals the outsize impact she had and still has on her son's creativity ferocity and hustlers approach to the world. You have to be able to see yourself to see it when no one else can see it. She wrote in her 2007 memoir, raising Kanye. You have to speak things into creation. Simmons two played a key role in west's career as the wheels started to turn. The filmmaker used his connections to help west, clear classic R&B samples, a hallmark of the rapper's early hits, and co directed with oza, his first music video through the wire. Instead of recording west would rap early ideas directly into Simmons camera using the raw footage to build songs. I hated that, Simmons recalls, I used to think Jay-Z and them are at the studio. Why are we sitting here and you wrapping to me? The fall and the redemption. West's persistence paid off and he soon ascended to the top, but in doing so he abandoned his partnership with Simmons in favor of more established filmmakers, like hype Williams. In an agonizing sequence in the docuseries, a drunken west mistakenly called Simmons, chica at a Grammys after party. There's been times I never want to show that footage of him dissing me, Simmons says it was sickening. Despite the distance, donda west took Simmons under her wing, giving him jobs and inviting him over for Christmas. But in 2007, she died from complications post surgery, sending Kanye and Simmons into tailspins. Simmons edited an in memoriam video for her funeral through tears. After dawn's death, Simmons lost touch with west for 6 years. He was stuck. He had hours of incredible footage, but no leverage to do anything with it. Why fight a no win fight knowing I'm not in the mix of yeah and his team, he says. But in 2016, when west was making headlines for increasingly incoherent monologues and his support of Donald Trump, the pair reconnected with west asking Simmons to accompany him on a trip to China. Simmons says he was less focused on getting the footage to finish his film than in supporting his friend. My camera was like a disguise because he knows me having a camera all this time, he says. People would be like, he just a cameraman. Meanwhile, me and Kanye were having real serious deep conversations about meditation and Jesus. During this second period of filming, west's mood swung unpredictably as he ranted about his hospitalization for what was described by dispatchers as a psychiatric emergency and his support for Tucker Carlson. Simmons was uncomfortable, even shutting his camera off when he felt west was going off the rails..

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"two decades" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:55 min | 5 months ago

"two decades" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"It's not real. Listen and subscribe everywhere you get podcasts. The inside story behind the Kanye docu series two decades in the making by Andrew R chow. When you look at Kanye West, what do you see? An egomaniac, a hip hop legend, a God. Is he very cool to quote Donald Trump or a jackass to quote Barack Obama? When cootie Simmons looks at Kanye West, he sees a brother. The filmmaker, a fellow chicagoan met west, who recently changed his legal name to Ye at a south side barbershop in 1995. Intrigued by his combustible talent and charisma, Simmons began filming him for a documentary he hoped to release once west won his first Grammy. Simmons racked up hundreds of hours of footage in which west chase down industry executives, feuded with former collaborators and winced through jaw surgery following a life-changing car accident. But after west won multiple Grammys in 2005, and grew increasingly famous and erratic, he and Simmons fell out, seemingly quashing any hopes Simmons had of telling his story. Until now. On February 16th, Simmons and his creative partner, chique oza will release their three part west documentary, Jean, yes, on Netflix. Genius is produced by time studios, the film and television division of time. Genius is far from a conventional BioTech. There are no Talking Heads or dutiful timelines, and Simmons camera work is often low fi and shaky. But the documentaries lack of polish is purposeful, serving as a rare window into west's psyche. Simmons put his own tumultuous relationship with west at the center of the story to disentangle the man born Kanye omari west from the sprawling mythos that currently engulfs him. In doing so, he and oza built a riveting narrative about the importance of faith in several senses of the word. This isn't the definitive Kanye West documentary, oza says we wanted to use our footage as a tool, especially for other black people that come from the communities we come from to feel comfortable to have a higher belief in God to get past their fears and unlock their own genius. Early career struggles. There was a time when Simmons and west more or less existed upon the same level of fame. In the late 90s, Simmons had made a name for himself hosting the Chicago public access TV show channel zero, which lovingly captured hip hop culture..

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"two decades" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

Five four two and the Blue

03:44 min | 8 months ago

"two decades" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

"Nelson was executed at the united states penitentiary tariff hoot indiana it accordance with the capital city recommended by a jury in two thousand one and imposed by the us district court for the western district of missouri. In two thousand two. He was pronounced dead at four thirty two. Pm eastern daylight time by the county coroner now again. His conviction and his sentence was affirmed on appeal in his claims for collateral leaf denied by every court that considered them. Does she was executed. Whatever your belief is and feelings about the death penalty there is one thing that you can absolutely positively say about is execution. He's dwayne nelson will never kill another person again and normally we would think this would be the end of this shade of blue story. Perpetrator committed the crime. Tried to get away with it then was caught convicted and suddenly. He was executed several years later but he was executed. Justice served four panel. And now you are number us talking about pamelas district penny. It was observed the kidnapping saw it went down and saw so sister. Struggling with the with nelson unfortunately henny as she grew older was murdered herself. In that defendant also received the death penalty there are few interviews of the are few interviews on line of the family members in the mother of both of these children. It's difficult to conceive how one would be able to deal with situation of losing two daughters to homicides but in our second case penny killer has been caught and was convicted and condemned to die. And we will see how that happens and we will report to you more about that particular case in another upcoming another upcoming salam file podcast when we return with another shadab of blue story. Thank you for listening to this particular shade of blue podcast on falun file. We hope you found it interesting and hope it makes you think that's really what's important information to make us think so in the coming weeks continued to be safe and be secure. If you have the opportunity do something nice for somebody and if you see somebody that needs some help give them a hand you might be shading their life or at least helping them out in some way and of course if you want to make a comment on this particular podcast or any of the others give us a you can drop me a line at felon file. Dot com or scott lunceford author dot com..

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"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

"A young lately is being. She could pull it off. I really want her to do that right. And the star wars sequel trilogy best unexplored mystery could shed light on the genesis war. Mazdas castle wasn't a castle built by her but it was actually a temple. Thousands of years ago built on like some ancient tomb. Yeah i think that there's some there could be some fun at arco with the course on jet blue is built on the which is such a religious ten a religious idea if you guys go back I'm gonna plug another podcast. But i think it was Stars underworld they're mandalorian recap show on the one that brought fat fully back like not just showing up in okay. Both one of them are baby. John They've gotta guess on that. Show who's snack. Oh that i'm i'm fine. Yeah he's just god bless you He understands the idea of religious symbolism of building religious sites over pre. you're competing religion sites. He talks about it in a real world setting and applies it to that typhon. Okay oh my gosh. Check them so now anyway with that and they're the christian bieber who does this weekend star wars the video with that. She's actually an author as well and she's writing a book or they're coming out with a book called scar skywalker family at war It's a new star wars biography of the skywalker family. And when i first heard about this. I'm like how much more you know. Exactly squeeze at his feeling came out with a book Right before an episode. Nine right before rises skywalker. That was sort of like that it was it was a reference and it was the skywalker story and all this but my understanding of this one is. They're actually going to be integrating in everything that you're getting from the comics everything that you get the extra style and really telling it like a biography. Okay have the star wars of the skywalker family all the way from hannigan a no no. I don't think it's going to be a really. Yeah okay so it sounds interesting. So that's gonna be this long episode. Yeah it says who are going to be like an hour and a half and this thing is over. But that's what happens when you have a really fun conversation. And we had a great conversation with atoms. Well and it's been good so Ever listening check out our website. Tattooing suns dot com. And if i ever paid.

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"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

"Makes we just explained the huge impact on the story and still could be making a huge impact on the story. There's and we had them solo. We had them in. Exactly what happens when we're sitting there on may twenty fourth year birthday sam in two thousand eighteen and suddenly ball shows up on the screen. And everybody's freaking out fans that have never watched clone. Wars more rebels are asking who i thought he was dead and they're going back and watching clone wars rebels all over again. You're not going to have that kind of an impact from padma. Does that make sense. I would say. I want to say ognjen but i just can't make that argument for. I love what they've done in taking on jin from very flat one dimensional character in the phantom menace. Just he's just there to get an akin off of tattooing and die in the phantom menace But then you see him some in colin wars and he's cool. What really changes things in. My opinion is master and apprentice and a little bit in do but he's really very rarely indigo master and apprentice changes. It makes him as a very interesting character. for me. I want that character to have his day. You know we just found out this week you know liam neeson we were joking about it Where he was saying he would would be fine with coming back. to star wars and being kenobi series while he. It's come out the same people that are are getting Liam lars mikkelsen Is laying thron are now reporting. Same sources are indicating that quite engineers are the show liam neeson signed on to be in the series. He's going to have a role they aren't sure one of them says it could be a flashback. Or it could be a forest ghost. I think it makes more sense to be a forest. Go out yeah we they start bringing this character back more and we get to maybe see a young quiet on gin in the future in a series that type of situation see his. Maybe i would love. I would love to see quite gone training with count. Do i would love to see count. Do as a young count. Do what kevin scott did in dookie jet. I lost for that character. We could see a lot more of. That's just a very short section of that book. Yeah you get cavin or somebody to start writing a story and then it gets adapted into a series and you could see a young on jan Moving forward i think. I think there's a potential for quite on jin that i don't think we're going to have with padma. Ever i think had stories pretty much played itself out. but think about some of the other characters What are some of the other characters in the show that that that impacted things that were introduced in this new. Yeah we could be getting him. There's a lot more that they could do with his story. i think i think he's a very interesting. One of the more interesting might be because he doesn't fit the mold. He's really like religious when it comes to like the jet like he's very i all the way but he almost seems like he can kind of be like like ride the line between light and dark almost. I don't think i understand what you're saying. Like he's a he's a zealot but he's.

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"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

"Sitting there with dave baloney and dave in georgia's. We're gonna bring back darth maul and then you know of course you got you got davies in an interesting interesting interesting. Yeah roc maybe maybe possibly dumb robot no but he literally he looks to george. George thank you. Cut him in half. I mean if you hear the story. That's dave says he's like he's dead. George george and georgia's like now we're gonna bring it back and they do and it changes the entire trajectory of co moore's it becomes the clone wars. You should literally watch the clone wars thinking before darth maul and after darth maul when you when you watch them chronologically because story changes Everything gets moving forward the stuff that just sat teen the stuff with the mandalorian that we have at the end. You know all of this stuff. That happens happens because they bring darth maul back. The same exact thing happens in star wars rebels. You have pre darth maul and you have after darth maul now. The beautiful thing about that is you do get season two with a soka and aitor vader thing at the end of the apprentice but they had to make a decision going into season three. What are we going to do now. But they had darth maul in their back pocket. They could bring dr mollie and that changes season three. It makes him one of the most beautiful seat. Well he's at the end of season. Two right out of the apprentice where polling right. It's darth maul. Changes star wars rebels as much if not more than he changes the clone wars and then we go all the way back. Now that they bring back season seven of the of the clone. Worst they come back with that. And what does the story really that everybody wants to talk about. Cj mandalorian darth maul and with that. And and he's just a parakeet. Do they bring him into comic books. They do all this stuff. Darth maul has a massive impact. I think that's what your instincts are made But but i think that it's bigger than just his impact on this film. I'm thinking of his impact on the future star..

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"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

"And we're like yeah this just as the rest of the film looks good. But that's my point. I mean you don't see any real moments. I guess maybe there are. But i can't think of anymore. I mean overall. Yeah the quality isn't as good as some of the we've got nowadays like it's not one hundred percent realistically you can clearly tell what cgi and what's not in the phantom menace right But it is still far more advanced than anything we've seen before right and like Yeah so that aspect of it is impressive. The fact that they have convincing enough. Cgi to where it's feasible you know and you can and it's not like it doesn't take you out of the moment seeing a computer thing but i mean i am above just a cgi and also like completely changed making in every way like. Because i don't think films are filmed on down so you know they're doing film still not not to the extent of what it was and not like the what it was but they are still using film for certain things but yeah but for the i mean they introduced digital video and audio in this film which has changed movie. As you know. You've got all these now. Make the movies with your phone and sovereign you don't have to have all this complex machinery and you know how to be constantly changing tapes and you can fill more and stuff and it's completely changed. Change things and cameras are easier to work with and stuff now because of a big deal. Yeah and there's even a few scenes in the phantom menace that were actually filmed in high definition in hd And it was the first major fill like that had hd integrated into it. I remember going to apricot center. And the Was ninety seven. I we were down here. I your mom. And i were down here And we went to that got center and they were introducing like the hd. How just stunning at the time. But it was so experimental still and they were you know. Now we've got k tv ad two years later though hd this was like seven twenty p but it was a part of of the phantom menace. Who not only this. Is the story impacted in a major way by the phantom menace but the technology and filmmaking itself is impacted just as much i think it's important for us and like ian. It's interesting because like star. Wars is still changing moviemaking and things today with the mandalorian and the volume now likes it. Stars is such obstinately lake revolutionary franchise when it comes to all of film and tv at this point but we really wanna talk about was characters and stuff like that so You know what characters. I know we've already alluded to three of them by One of you. Let's see which one of you said you're nate. You said darth maul i did. And then you said pad mayhem. Let's go let's go with you..

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"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

"Okay the smart people. Are you and me one. Smart person with a flaw is mom because she has an apple and the non smart person said why. Why do i get separated different. I i don't know. But i don't want mom because he doesn't have enough guts to say that mom's not smart me just like dishonor disrespect with savannah your girlfriend. Who does she signed with on us waiting on this phones. She's totally drunk. The kool-aid this she's smart so somebody went into the apple podcasts and left a review which was a great review. Couple of days ago But they created you know they're apple user. Id changed their name to do this. Or if they signed up for an apple id and use this. But they're apple ideas. Tattooing sons is the best probably public. Grammy might be might be no because yesterday i was. I'm a grandma's tried to subscribe to. How long have you been doing this show. We're in our fourth season. Yeah yeah pioneers. She's like how do i subscribe. Your guys is park okay. I know she definitely didn't do so. Yesterday i subscribe to honor phone soda out of find it. Nice insider after patriots. While you're no. She did pitcher. Figured that one out before When it comes to money she knows how to spend it. We don't we don't do patriot anymore. So but anyway it's Best podcast ever five stars. This is so good which they came out with a episode. A day right there made them. I'm losing it. I swear he's got so nathan. The podcast nathan's got his headphones but he's flipped the earmuffs out like so he looks like princess. It's just it's really hot in. This is hot here. I don't understand how i got. So i'm glad i took my sweatshirt me to I mean i'm glad you shirt off now all right moving on whoever you are batat's means sons is the best thanks that was also seen as coming weeks. Run you though that we've had so many changes her name. And so that's why that that's the reference to that made during the the answer right ryo branko see. I've got all these times like the mcu of new it is it is i mean kevin. Peggy is like crafting beautiful story here right right. I mean this is can vaguely. Maybe this is better than one vision. oh you want only three episodes and it got really good. The last having said was getting all right which character introduced in. The phantom menace has the biggest impact on the future star. Stellar storytelling radio. Talk a little bit about this in a second. But i've got four on here. Quite gone jin padding darth maul or do we win our thoughts now just initially before we talk about it in detail. What would your instinct be. Darth maul pad may really. Yeah i have a hard time as the whole point like the whole reason and can turn to the dark side. It's an it'll be an interesting conversation Just so many characters..

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"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

"So you know as we're back from our interview. We bagged with a get. Ready to our podcast. Poll do you have to no. I just have to say. Excuse me. So i mean neither was a little kid when we started this four seasons. And that's true. Maybe he'd look at me with this look on his face and raise a finger and i'd be like do you need to go to the bathroom so he doesn't have that problem anymore but i just want to here. It's a lot of. I just wanna say. I'm really not happy with you. I have had the muppets theme in my head. Because of your mention and it's really annoying. I can't wait to watch that citizens to watch it. You know the one of the best episodes was the mark hamill episode. Yeah i remember hearing about it. And then the the pigs in space Recurring bit that they had on. That was so much fun. I loved pigs in space. There's a lot of fun stuff. And then i remember There's this one Musical segment where they d sang the carpenters Close to you just like they long to be close to you. And there's i laughed so hard. I remember being two or three year old kid and just laughing hysterically because they're literally out you know. Why do birds suddenly appear every time you are near And then it say. Yeah ju tip typical muppet form right. And then just like me. They want to be close to you. Almost third swarm the the girl that they're seeing stuff. I laughed so hard. I wait for them up. All right anyway Yeah so anyway. We've finished up with with adam. And he's mentioned that yeah. I spent like ten minutes with with you guys before we had to pause the recording. And just kind of give you some advice on life. That's pretty cool. What you think about adam. Just as a person is pretty cool dude. He's a really cool dude. He's smart. He's talking about like that but he's he's a cool guy fun guy flynn to have on this. Yeah absolutely the vice agape was basically if you get a chance to take a risk and try something new do it. Yeah within reason he said. Don't go like killing anybody or something. Yeah yeah he's a doe. Kill anybody or don't do anything creepy or let me to you. Do anything creepy. Yeah well thanks adam Let's go last. Exposure was quite gone. Jin wrong to ask or we want to train anikin..

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"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

"Lucas went out to make russia Lucas had to take it from basically took it from the director to make the movie that he wanted to make an even that it's like what did he do. He i mean he injured his second. Death star you know a recycling Band as the technology was such that he could tell the kind of story that he really wanted to do And because he was george lucas at the time he made the three best movies of all time as everyone agreed at that time He can do whatever the hell he wanted did. Whatever the heck he wanted I think there's a lot of really interesting things that how a civilization fall from the smallest thing. I mean you know. Some guy has a reality. Tv show and couple years later. There's an insurrection in like that. But like or in this case. It's a you know. A trade dispute basically causes as an st. John's little section of the galaxy causes a entire republic to fall. I mean obviously. This is mike nations. How from how serene but like it's interesting. It's a gilded age. It's like things look really good. But there's a lot you know at the at the core of the janai of the core of the republic and that is really interesting. I think if i were semait like my feeling about phantom menace is also true for the prequels trilogy. I think it's a really really interesting story. Poorly tomes and i think that's why the clone wars is beloved. I think that's why there's a lot of fans Who are about your your. Your is ages. Who grew up with the prequels. And like it's the prequel. Trilogy is the best trilogy of all time. I think they're insane. But but that's my to be clear. That's my opinion and i think. Also it's one of those things where the reason why it's it resonates for so much when it gets as a. They were kids when they saw it and it was. It's a. It's a movie about space wizards intended for children but also the core of the story is actually very fascinating and it is very good So you can read a lot into those narratives and yes. So i think the the powdery. There's really cool so funny. Because i i never had a problem with the prequels when they were you know when i saw him in the theaters be it'd be they were. They were great. But i also was informed by the novelization because as crazy as this sounds today. The novelization came out about four or five days before the movies released in the theaters. And i pick them up. And i read them so i already knew the stories and i had all of the other things and it was much better. It was told much better in the novels..

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"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

"If felt like he went more to. We've got to build this new republic. It's more important than starting the rest of the jet. I order and so yeah i i liked it. It was it was. I think i liked it just because it was the you know the classic characters that we were used to from the original trilogy just being continued on I think there was that sense of familiarity with it that i liked. I mean nathan does make some good points in that. The characters were pawn was very similar but he. That's he's always you know he doesn't care about anything about it right exactly But he's right leah. it was interesting to see leah. as more of a force i actually liked that storyline. I kind of aiming. I wish they could've done more with that in the disney sequel trilogy but luke. I'm liking this. I'm okay. I like this. The the or the empire. Do i want it to replace disney canon but it is interesting to see that different perspective and i enjoy it. I can see. I can see better now. Y bands who grew up more like yourself with the trojans stuff verse Eu have a harder time accepting this new sequel children. Because the trilogy we got from disney they deal with the original cast of characters like lucon and and they throw in this whole new. Cast that you're supposed to start falling in love. With and of course for nathan tonight wasn't hard we had hardly any connection with any of the characters from the previous movies so we were like. Oh yeah we love read. That's that's why that's why they focus on new carriage s it wasn't for us got us on the original trilogy. Prequel era was for a new generation. It's probably part of the reason. Why the last i was. So controversial is You know han wasn't even he was dead. Obviously laya she suddenly wasn't she wasn't using the force in the force awakens but now she was when people who maybe have them reading or the empire. She should have been doing this a long time. And then you've got luke doing the complete opposite of what he's doing an heir to the empire he's completely ignoring the force in this while. Enter the empire. He's the greatest. Jed eye to ever exist so i can see why so. Many people like we're frustrated because it's not what they were used to. Yeah and i mean. That's also what i think. A lot of folks. I mean look i. I'm not gonna lie. I freaked out when the showed up. I was so glad so she. She's a nurse. So i every morning would get up at like a seven or eight Not even look at my phone. Get a cup of coffee and just watch star war. It was great. And i was so glad that like i got up early enough and i watched that. See the episode by myself and she called the right one the The credits ruling. Because i was shaking. I was i was so happy even though it was like we see like and again i love i love luke i so i can sit here and say like i love both But it was very much like seeing like..

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"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

"A number of reasons. But so you're saying you want him to be the thanos of star wars. So oh god no no no i 'cause i i like as he was handled and the mcu at all. Because what was sandwiches like i. I'll do anything to get these these stones. I did anything to get. These stones snap destroying our bright. That was his are character in the comic books. What do you think about this idea. With ron and everything i mean i'm just of course i've been that guy for the past three years. That has been lobbying for something. Something rebels just something else. And i was so excited. To hear thrones name mentioned in mandalorian season two. I was great. And then we got the announcement and i was ecstatic but there was one thing that i was very held back by. I'm like they need lars mikkelsen to play throat and they can't have anybody else because he has the voice just down i mean well. It's it's what we associated with the listening to the heir to the empire audiobook twentieth anniversary edition. It was mark thompson reading it. It was it was great. It was and you're listening to it. And i'm like voices just not the same. It's not. I have you guys. I think it's Just checking this year. I believe it is the original version. I believe it was read by dennis. Law was the original one. That's how i was exposed to the originally. I was listening to bat version within his. Did you like sound effects. Because of the effects in that in the denis lawson version audio trial ago orchestral tracks and and everything it was fully dramatized but it was really cool because it was all mark thompson doing the voices. He's pretty good with i when since it was. Since we're talking about it like your air the empire like ecg. You guys You were experienced the sequel trilogy first before you listen to this the Disney canon. I who like what is what your thoughts on like how han lucan layer were portrayed in that book That's a great question. I really do think that when they put into the new canon. I think that haunt is very similar from the empire to now. We got to think about the books as well. I mean bloodlines it. Sound in the exact same if felt like for a second there. They're picking up the same kind of breadcrumbs. I mean he. He decided to abandon the rebellion because he didn't want any. Yeah there's a lot of and then. He went to do racing which was awesome and then he was kind of just a freelancer now and so i felt like they portray. They're portrayed fantastic laya with strange specifically because we didn't know she really use the force the way she did. It was right there front and center in the empire. It's not an way equal rise. It's really the only thing that we know about that and so it was. It was really cool to see that. Luke it's weird because he feels more like a diplomat than jet. I master so. That's the only reason that kind of started to get disconnected. And i honestly from my perspective i grew of course grew up the the sequel trilogy rather than heir to the empire. I prefer the version of luke. We have now over the empire. Because i like to see the person that never gave up on the jet i order and i like that i mean while..

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"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

"I'm sure we'll will come in later. I mean you can't tell the story of gassing without him. But i think in the beginning to see who this guy is. We have to see him alone. I mean it's to an extent it's what did in mandalorian he was mostly alone for the beginning of like for the majority of season. One i mean he had a grow goo buddy wasn't like there wasn't that dynamic duo thing it was just mando outgoing someone mission doing. He didn't have allies so because we got to see who he was. And then eventually they made sense to bring allies in. I think that's what we're gonna see with kassian but it's also going to make it feel a lot darker in the beginning to. I mean we all know this is supposed to be a spy film in star wars and this is by the guy who did born so this is going to be gritty. And i think you throw k. Two so into Early it'll throw off the the vibe. They're trying to get. I mean isn't he. Like an assassin joint or something or thirty droid security just security. Maybe maybe he's like tasked with killing andrew at some point and or you know or android sim orien- doors task to steal something. Yeah empire decides. I'll take this droid. You're able to do that in order so okay that's true. I'd game i. I which i'm gonna play eventually. I got a ps five so like. I'm lucky i think you context I didn't like i hadn't gotten a new playstation since the playstation three so like so. There's like a lot of catching up. I'm doing i'm like spiderman squad on a side note. What do you think about the idea. This will be softer open. World star game. That's coming. I'm excited about it. I don't know We say this is someone who is making video game Videos for a living right now for. We're living i don't know enough about the the The company is speak to their quality. But yeah i like open world stories. A lot And i'm excited to see that would star wars. I think honestly. Like i've been more excited about star wars over the last. I wanna say couple. This starting with the season mandalorian today to now. It's been the most exciting. I i've excited been for star wars since the credits rolled on the last genera- like and it's because i just feel like there's a lot a lot of potential like there's so much you can explore now i feel like the it's that's the most exciting thing about it for me. It's like the world feels bigger and if that isn't leaning explorer in the game great awesome well as big as the world gets star. Wars is really good about going back into the wealth or something that's worked before and the list of actors that have been rumored or fan. Cast to play grand admiral. Thron you know. Take the rest of the show. Did you listed them all. But one of them that we've always thought was a perfect fit has looks like it's potentially happening based on what we're hearing from different sources right now Lars mikkelsen. It looks like he's coming back to play thrown but this time in live action You are an e you legends guy or the empire. All those great mike. My question for you is does. What was your thoughts on thrown in in the new Disney era of star wars Enlarge mickelson's portrayal of him. And how do you feel about him..

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"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

"We were listening to from the drive to orange beach the old time. It's what the were and apparently they dealt a lot with you and so i feel like they're giving people those stories back but keeping them within the same cannon so there aren't any conflicting stories instead of just like people some people are saying dual cannon and i think that would just get very confusing for new generations to come in and figure out okay so which is real and do. They both fit win with each other. I think it would just get confusing for everybody. And so mike how. They're kind of taking things from that in putting it into this new series. Yeah i it's interesting because it's like with lead of the jet. I was there are definitely elements from the eu that are brought in. And you're like people wanting legends to continue and there's more me that really wishes i could read sort of like that's a book that book series that i really wanna read that will i will never read But at the same time it's like it's almost like they're not giving i i would. I would disagree slightly. I wouldn't say the giving the eu back because there are so many things in this book series that are so unique to To hire public a lot of elements jenner portrayed I it but it is the eu for disney canon in that it's unencumbered by the movies and i think that's the biggest thing that's most exciting about it for me. As someone who you guys are too young to remember is like the only new star got you know or a video game and but the video games are all original trilogy. Prequels like i. I do remember screaming on the of screaming in one thousand nine hundred eleven because there was like they were releasing the special ed nations. that was. That was the newest hours. I got a but everything else is in the books So they can do whatever the heck they wanted. They can go any direction they wanted. They could come up with random stuff like i know. I've talked about this before on this podcast. But it's like that was sort of the fun of it like you can go any direction there unencumbered and that's what's exciting about The higher public is that they're not having to worry about the movies. They're not having to worry about like as much as i love. What a force awakens. Lash out i did. It's have there's no time in between those movies so they can't really explore anything around it so a lot of the novels were sort of like answer larry. It's fast by dawson which was excellent but at the same time didn't really add anything to the larger story whereas this series is that expansive university. Let's just take this era and add to the cannon. let's add characters let's at stories. Let's add world building in a way that you really couldn't do up because understandably they are reliant upon the movies because let's be honest millions of people will see the movies or tv shows. Thousands of people will read the books. And that's who who. Where do you think they want their money from. Yeah exactly. I mean it's a it's a visual franchise and the rest is is coming but i'm excited to see them. Invest so much energy and effort into this project and if you haven't seen that disney insider plus episode where they walked through behind the scenes of kind of nouncement of the project luminous that panel..

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"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"two decades" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

"It's time to dress upright and it's all the you know the lady the the female characters that are saying you know it's it's time to play the music That type it felt it was different. And i remember i was singing. It like the big beast One like you know in in a up three the muppets three and that comes out the yeah. I remember seeing him. It's time to put on make up. It's time to dress up ride. You don't have to keep going to do it anyway. So moving on so what are what are the nerdy things. You guys have been up to lately normal known just normal dirty things. Yeah sam you. And i went to a disney to hollywood studios and hung out. That was gonna find us tristan. I've been playing a lot of games lately. Just me what's your what's your game does your right now this short okay. You're gonna have to french Well we were pulling squadrons for a bit Which gone because like doing the team up stuff dogfights just five five dogfights which is fine. But we hadn't played that in a little while you in back too far cry for as we still need to finish the story on that and then we've been playing Restarted replaying rec room again. Like is vr game. And it's just fun. It's nice to hang out of. It stayed up way too late last night playing games. And that's why you don't wanna record today Just worn out. Yeah the doesn't listen to show so allie. To oh i have. I go comic store. Yeah bad which what's the comic. You're missing right now. The most a missing four now. I know there's more than one comic. But what if you had to. You could only get one if i said beating eight. Let's go to the comic bookstore monday afternoon. What and you can only get one. Which one would you get. well Probably death metal six I have to finish up. That series gotta batman comic. It's a dc justice league. It's a follow up to medal from twenty seventeen which is also really good series than i've enjoyed the death metal series so far and it's kind of just it's an acid trip. It's very strange. But it's a lot of funds saving. It really does love. Comic really does in like a really intense way yet I'm almost willing to admit that. His comic book obsession is greater than star wars obsession. Yeah really oh yeah almost certain. What do you think be well. I mean He i'm really excited. When stars stuff comes out. And i like new at new like new new movies. New shows that kind of thing is congress are always coming out and dc always has stuff but what about star wars comics denied. Good we gotta get you into the higher series. I'm hearing it's pretty good. I'm sure but good luck. Finding issue there was a typewriter. I've heard somebody. Like i went to my comments or the day of and they were sold out and they said they don't know when they're going to be able to get him back. Do you have a bunch of comics right now. Are you read everything already that you own all your comments that you have right now. Not not sars related presently so you have a whole bookshelf you've read..

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"two decades" Discussed on Chat With Traders

Chat With Traders

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"two decades" Discussed on Chat With Traders

"Based Okay Okay Coke and you touched on Investors just before and that's one of the things I found really it fascinating about coin. Flex is that the high profile investors which he did have on board one of those being Taytay or trading technologies. How did that relationship nations ship come about because it's very interesting? Trading technologies is a software company and the corner pioneers in this space especially in the the the futures and options world. And neither. I've been getting more. And more into Crypto by offering it through the platform etcetera. How come it made sense for them to actually become partner of coin flex? Yeah so for. I think from their perspective they were. They are as you say. The largest fixed income Icefield software vendor in the world. I I read somewhere that a trillion dollars of off a fixed income flow of futures flow goes through that infrastructure on a daily basis and of market leaders. They were looking for a way to sort of differentiate and add to that sort of product offerings and they started investigating crypto will kind of unknown to us at the same time We were looking at launching this exchange. And what we knew we were good at was the matching engine the marketing being the kind of operations the whole exchange running business will What we knew we weren't good front and you know like a lot of crypto after exchanges The front end is his got you log into your system. And he's got a big fat buy and sell button graphing not a lot not a lot else and and so we were looking for a software partner that could fill the fill that space with multiple auditoriums exciting staff and ladders and brackets. Listen all kinds of different ways of managing risk and trading and and We saw having a conversation with t t and soon become became a power in that you. We're going to be great partners because we both take what the other want to do At all wanted to have. And that's how the policy was born. Yeah I think that's really cool that you have linked up with Taytay and you know in my eyes I. It added a lot of credibility to coin flex will win beginning to have those.

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"two decades" Discussed on Chat With Traders

Chat With Traders

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"two decades" Discussed on Chat With Traders

"I'm not sure where this fits into the timeline bit. I think somewhere round about here which you became introduced to Don Wilson In some listeners. Donelson is be found a and the man behind. DIRW massive project trading firm out of Chicago and now uh-huh has a global presence with like five hundred. Also people tell us a little bit about how that came about. Yeah so one of the interest- interesting transitions nations As the years went by on the floor was that as the American market sort of became very very type from an arbitrage perspective. Some of the bigger American trade traders from these. US houses started coming to Europe themselves. Because previous to this period they would sort of train their Judaism out and then kind of stay back in Chicago. Algo one fine day. This American Jen turned up in the pit and said don't Wilson of DFW and of course you know fifty guys like like looked at him and then cattle and chatting amongst ourselves. Because we've never heard of women didn't really care quite frankly but it soon became apparent that you know this guy was forced to be reckoned. I'm with and and that was my first introduction. As competitors and then towards the end of the full period came off I went to she to you. Work with dot and we actually became flatmates. He was my boss and he was Growing the DR WS European side of the business which shaw which is still hugely as you said a huge global business now in Singapore London an Chicago. What gave it away that he was a force to be reckoned with the sort of size and certainty that he traded with whereas we were we were taught to sort of keep it? Small go for big edge trades the only and Kinda recycle effectively. It's sort of an F. T. type model but in the you know due to do fifty to one hundred small trades make decent money on every one of them a few losing trades. And then you kind of go home flat and happy whereas whereas dawn was very much of the mode of this thing is miss price and I'm going to sell it and I'm going to buy back till it's family priced whereas the way we were trained as you sell something that you know if you if you thought an option was worth ten you would sell at twelve and if someone off their eleven well you know what you've made a tick take it back whereas Donna's like why would I pay Levin. It's worth ten which was very change of real mindset change so in a in a way you a very much a scalp e type of China. Yes everyone was on the floor because it's the way you kind of trained whereas don was calabro trader by around a massive position. Yeah okay okay. And did that influence your trading stall in any way it did actually because when we moved upstairs and I went to work for dawn I started to realize that we were full. For years. We'd left age. Inverted Commas are on on the Independent. And we we should have done so much better than we did but and so you sort of take skills it away and start start learning about the longer term trading which you know don was and still is I guess a master of obviously looking at where.

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