26 Burst results for "Two Parter"

"two parter" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

04:26 min | 5 months ago

"two parter" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"This is anne and samantha and welcome to stuff on never told you production of iheartradio so in the beginning of this episode. We're going to go ahead and put in this trigger warning We are going to be mentioning sexual assault and religious trauma. So just enough. Why and as you probably can tell from the title. We are going into the world of purity and virginity. So there you go. We're not going to be too explicit but there are some things where i think it could get some sort of you know. Yes and people behind the podcast. Curtains depending on how much samantha. And i have to say on top of research. This could be a two parter. We know you're eating prize.

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Interview With Adam West, the Original Batman

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

02:03 min | 6 months ago

Interview With Adam West, the Original Batman

"There's a kind of a nostalgic. Dvd coming out return of the caped. Crusaders which features adam west and burt ward. Returning as batman and robin voicing those to crime fighting heroes. Adam west talks about his favorite episode of the classic series and more on kate. Crusaders number one. It was the first okay. Our pilots so called You know that two-parter Hi diddle riddle. I think and i love I really enjoyed frank ocean ridler and of course get the chance to set the tone in a comedic way for the show. Yes that are going into. The discotheque saying are should wish things like that and i think we hit pretty much hit the mark and people love good and i enjoyed it because i'm the one mostly that fought for the comedy. The tongue in cheek satiric low amounts as a matter of fact people. Ask me about you. Read the comics of so well. I frankly sop reading comic books. When i was about twelve but you it was a different time and different comics now. They're the graphic novels and the artwork is so incredibly. Good that i go through of in just to see what's happening and and i do see you know pieces of the new movie numerous the darker winds just to see what's happened and then i realized the days. The numerous batman is very full of vengeance and deep seated. Angst and so on. And they're very dark.

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"two parter" Discussed on Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God

Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God

04:50 min | 6 months ago

"two parter" Discussed on Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God

"The thing with artists is it can be very different right so like You can have impressionist and so some people are just sort of painting things that if you squint you can see right. You can see the the whale or whatever or others are very abstract. And you're like oh i have no idea you know what what you know brought bell. I'm looking at you rub bell right like that. That might be and others are very like literalist. And so you you kinda get that. So there. So the maze. Maybe room for for that kind of thing is that i have all those traditions. Yeah like when i easily. I studied as a literalist. So i take it through. A legalistic box was kind of built within me somewhere that i can't get rid of so like when i became a gay affirming pastor. I studied all those verses in a little way of thinking but literally what are the root words. What is the history water. The the what were the laws about having sex man having sex with other men in rome. What were gods they worshiped. What were the traditions. Like i win it. But i had. It's still going through. Like i gotta find it and i became affirming through a little realistic study. Not through like. I don't care like today i would just like. I don't care all was wrong but who has i went through that journey i go. It's not you know what we understand sexuality. Today they had no concept of they were worshiping foreign. Gods this is actually. The god worshipping received your if you're on the receiving end of sacks you then you're considered a man you you you start to you see all those things. I went through my studies. So so i i. Luckily i've i've been you know i practice all my traditions so my heart is pretty frigging weird you know but to me. It's like an abstract but it's like an abstract with with with the meaning always there and has always hidden within it and you can eventually see it. That's a all on a cellphone. Yeah right there you go. That's that's pretty interesting very very fascinating. Contemplate that for a little while. Because i th i think there probably is something. There's a connection there that that i think is fascinating. Well where'd why as far as where yes churches. Let's let's talk about that for a second. And if i go too long i apologize. You take as long as you make us a two parter of half..

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"two parter" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

03:57 min | 7 months ago

"two parter" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"You know what. I mean. I dig it all right. So here's the last question. And i'm gonna i'm gonna cheat here. A little bit makes a two parter so why baltimore and what what does baltimore need more from a creative standpoint okay. I'm from baltimore. So that's that's yes. So it's like i done a lot of traveling all over the place and you know it's just something about the people here is the real news is it's it's the personality is now talked earlier about people yelling industry-related i love that about the city. You know and so. Because i've been all over. The place met different people have different personalities. Baltimore just keeps bringing me back another good thing about baltimore's got bwi major international hub. And it's it's easy to get to other places from baltimore. Things are cheaper in baltimore as opposed to like say d. c. or like philly or new york can operate out of baltimore. Go broke so that. There's there's that as well just be a businessman. Make good smart businesses. What else yeah. What was the next. What was the next question. Par- yeah. I should like be like pausing at one. But the other part is I'll frame it. Like this finishes thought creatively baltimore needs more dot dot dot or more fast stream of consciousness style. Let's get it at buzzwords. He's allowed baltimore knees more creative agencies. Baltimore knees more photography studios. I'm talking about like operating on a higher. And what happens is when when a company in baltimore once like like a photo shoot a high end campaign or something. They always outsource. They go to la they go on new york even double to dc and they'll just skip over all of the talent that we have here in baltimore and it's like you end up paying a lot more money to outsource everything and then like why people in as a matter of fact at one project that i had. They hired a outside agency from new york identifying me in baltimore and so they had to pay middleman..

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"two parter" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"two parter" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

"It's friday so thousand. We'll tell thanks a lot man. We appreciate you big tub. Thank you. I appreciate you guys and what you're doing for the kingdom also man. Thanks well folks. We told you at the beginning you know. And that's a great interview. I wish we would have had a whole lot more time with him but he had to go to class so The game heavy back for something could have been more fun. You sold it as a game. All it was just a start. It'd be like you know. I but in my mind that was going to be a boy. I didn't realize it was going to get hung up on each one. We could have done the entire podcast. Just on those characteristics it talked about each one. We probably could have done a two parter on those caracteristics. But that's a good reason to go. Grab the book. You know so Degrading thanks for checking out everybody for for real. Good stuff yeah. I'll put a link for the book in the show notes. So you can. You can grab a copy For yourself or for a friend or for both. But just i just a great credible resource for you. I think if you're going to be effective in youth ministry of the longer haul one of the things you're gonna have to do is continue to learn be challenged in this book. Does that in every way so Thanks for tuning listening today again. Don't forget about our our sponsors air. Sport dot fun smartphone stash dot com. And why in three sixty head over there and check out all their things and we appreciate you. Listen and hanging with us today and we will catch you in the next episode. See he's out..

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"two parter" Discussed on 1-800-Dreamzz with Amelia & Cecilia

1-800-Dreamzz with Amelia & Cecilia

04:11 min | 7 months ago

"two parter" Discussed on 1-800-Dreamzz with Amelia & Cecilia

"Thing you can stop by cocky and leave us a nice tip or not your day so much by listening to this show right now and we are so grateful and now onto the program. What are we talking about today. So in honor of spring and mother's day we're gonna do a good old two-parter this week will be all about what it means when we're pregnant injury. Ooh is maybe not babies. Does this happen to lots of have this dream I feel like i have more less. Blake being pregnant in a dream. More of like just had this tiny baby. Why is it so small like why is concerned that this baby is not the right size not creamy type way but just like a doll like like six central. I'm extremely smile. And i'm like wait now like this baby should be bigger. That's what about you how. Yeah yeah i mean. I think we've talked about this. On a reason episode. i had one. I very rarely have pregnancy dreams. Unless it's like. Oh god my pride net like a nine hundred or something on within the last few months in was like that's weird that super weird an iq remember where episode we talked about. There was like a pregnant belly. And it's time to have. Maybe yes it is. I just wanna feels like an reliable wearing kind of like a sling. Wasn't where the point was like. You know he wear a baby sleeping and you have a baby attached to you. It was like that but through the skin the baby was still.

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"two parter" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

03:48 min | 9 months ago

"two parter" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Things you investigate. What's going on in this Weird planet that somehow parked right outside of a black hole which it should be according to physics the laws of physics completely impossible hence the title of this story the impossible planet all right guess cast we have clear rush brooke as aita scott and we just talked about her not too long ago when we talked the tenth doctor audio out of time. You know. that's the one with tom. Baker 'cause she played the abbess in marna in that story but she has a play. Tula chink in an eighth doctor. Big finish audio escape from kaldor show. So she's the sister of lift. Chinga a doctor conveniently chango and notably. She was also in the spiderman movie far from home. Probably one of those like blink and you miss her but she's in there. Yeah sean parks. Playing zachary zach cross flaine. He was in the movie. The mummy returns and he was also in two thousand eighteen revival of lost in space the netflix version. If you check that one out it's pretty flashy and stylish. i can like that reboot. Yeah someone who just recently charles asked what our series that you caught up during the pandemic in losses faces one of those that i just had never take time to watch and so i- benched it very very. I highly recommend it. You're right it's really. Well done pretty good. It's a nice updating from the original definitely much needed updating. I agree ronnie judy. Plays danny bartok. Danny webb lays john jefferson. He's notable because he played Ori- in the seventh doctor. Big finish audio. The dark husband byran in eighth doctor. Big finish audio. That girl who never was. And here's another connection. Because danny webb was in the third alien movie. Alien to the power of three cubed essentially. that's the way they. They stylize the logo with the power of three instead of an alien just number three and he was also the movie valkyrie. The tom cruise movie. And if you're a fan of the dc comics tv series pennyworth. that's on epochs which i am. I love that series. He plays a notable crime. Lord by the name of john ripper on that. We'll forp plays the very creepy toby's ed and he played guys. Julius caesar in another cattaneo jacob in six dr baker big finish audio what hundred which was obviously the one hundred big finish monthly adventure for that of range. Then we also had this. This is one of my personal highlights. Gave her a wolf as the voice of the beast and he played a character was very following remember by classic who fans. He played suit tech destroyer in the tom baker classic pyramids of mars. So if you're wondering why the beast had that really cool voice. That sounded a lot like sue tech. That's why it's the same guy from all those years ago he's typecast as like a evil divine and today's but he's got a great voice. I'm so jealous of his voice. Sounds really really cool. And he also reprised tech for big fish notably a tom baker big. Finish obviously gotta have a reunion with the fourth doctor in the two parter. Kill the doctor. And the age of seatac which is very cool. I definitely recommend checking that without if you haven't listened to it he'll also play. Rossiter is a cone baker vixenish audio arrangements for war and thicker water. Lastly of course we had silas carson voice of the food who goes on after this story to reprise the numerous times for both tv and big finish so very cool.

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"two parter" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

SuperHero Homies!

04:12 min | 9 months ago

"two parter" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

"I was talking to somebody about age of electronic whatever age of electronic comes up. Always present my thesis on why. It really should have been to movies you know. I always jump at any opportunity to do that. But this time you know. I started kind of like comparing contrasting. It sort playing devil's advocate. And i was like you know maybe though it would have had kind of a negative impact on like you know infinity war in game. That was the first two parter in the mcu. And maybe it would like softened. The amazing glow. Wait a minute. Wait a minute caleb yet yeah what are you doing man. I.

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"two parter" Discussed on Voices of the Community

Voices of the Community

05:16 min | 9 months ago

"two parter" Discussed on Voices of the Community

"In the over. How community that we really fan. I think that we need a fully engaged community and to do that which leads me to my final question which is kind of a two parter. First part is what are some of the good things that you could see coming out of this. And then the second part because you work with so many organizations and empowering them what are some of the common themes of solutions that you've seen people come up with great question. We launched our emergency response. Really thought about it in three phases. Obviously there's a need to get money out the door and get resources in food rent payments out to be in that initial response and really thinking about what we're going to need a stand up the nonprofit communities that they continue serving people through a relief kind of phase of that which hopefully getting susan to me the most exciting part about this is really thinking about recovery and wet rebuilding. Looks like hopefully we never go back to you. Everyone is saying this but let's never go back to quote unquote normal very specifically thinking about some of the work that we're talking to folks about. How do we use this as not rigidity to make sure that every student in our schools is one to one district meaning that every student has a device that big in every household has internet connectivity. That is something again particularly here in the bay. Think we can make happen. And so how do we make sure that we use this as an opportunity to make that happen. Obviously with virtual school it's critical. It's always critical because that learning in that. Divide that happens without having that connect jibbidy really really contributes to the opportunity gap. How do we think about being more flexible with housing thinking about how we get people housed in safe thinking about that. Far beyond your traditional shelters your traditional units that thinking how can the state nonprofits in the county is come together and really think about as my colleague chris blocks broadening the solutions that to think about housing as the critical foundation to everything else..

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"two parter" Discussed on When I'm High

When I'm High

04:09 min | 10 months ago

"two parter" Discussed on When I'm High

"I won't be able to speak exactly on on liam or justices situation. But i will i myself. I'll come up with. I'll try and always do like ten ideas of something or five of this five of that or whatever it is so i'll do that on my own and all apologies sober in the reward for that will be all smoke a joint. I'll do this. And then i'll smoke because that's that's a little bit of a different process for me. I guess like i'm trying to make connections. That may be wouldn't be made while i was smoking again. Maybe that takes away from the high functioning part but like just different What can we do with this camera. in these situations or here are the characters can stuff so Maybe just a more organized a more organized. When i'm not hire whatever. I'm not a very organized. Person has a begins with so. I just struggled that yet for sure. Yeah if you if you have trouble with organization you wanna make sure that you are Using the best tools to make sure that you are as organized as possible and if that means not being high than that means not being high absolutely yeah but then when we get together we all bring our ideas bang smokey joint while we talk about them so it we do. We do brainstorm together but it happens afterwards here all our ideas. What are we like. What are we going to move forward with. What are we have right at this moment that we can think of so. It's kind of like a two parter. And i don't know if has joint while he comes up with his ideas at home or justice what what they do but like with me like the reward is. I'll do a fine my ten ideas or five and five whatever the cases and then i'll smoke my joint. Yeah i got this Task done and now. I'm going to get high exactly so when you first take that hit that i hit off that joint or or you know..

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"two parter" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

Damn Good Brands

05:30 min | 10 months ago

"two parter" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

"Really well said so shifting gears a little bit retail has historically been seen as a leader in the field of data analytics. Do you feel like that extends to the communications function as well as a first part of a two parter i personally i've taken a very different approach. I think the vast majority of my peers. I've resisted data analytics. I i don't have any illusions that we are a science like marketing. I think the sentiment now assists is much harder to achieve our in our sphere. And i have taken the view that a good story as well known well understood and a bad story is to generally speaking people know when a crisis has been well while handled and they generally understand when it has it and no data is going to support or refute that view. And so i have not tried to engage deeply data we do at the level that it matters but it is not the bread and butter on which rely to your point of us. Starting with honesty. I think that that's probably the honest with a lot of your peers. No matter how they have actually answered the question of you than me. i don't know about that either. I think that that's exactly the truth. Where you just said so What about when it comes to report to. The ceo rights evaluated on the overall success of the communications function. So how would you describe the way in which the function is measured in the eyes of ceo. Well i'm fortunate enough to have a portfolio broader than communication tasks on public affairs. So there's that although i would say the answers roughly the same I think first and foremost our ceo cares that our employees are Well-cared-for that is they know what's going on and we know what they're thinking We conserve appropriately as a canary in the coal mine. So we're giving advice. We're giving warning when we think things by be going awry over-celebrating early successes while they may not be well see..

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"two parter" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:31 min | 11 months ago

"two parter" Discussed on Pantheon

"Since we started months ago not no matter which beetle i'm researching every single time. It's the same song that gets stuck in my head. I got my months. Got nama you goodhart or maybe terrible. You'll figure it out when you're editing. I certainly will. But that's that's going somewhere. Yes this today. We get to talk about the beetle. That i think had the best song the best solo song definitely hands fucking down. Yeah tell me that every time you hear that you're not like you know what like everything's awful but i love it. Everything's okay in the three and a half minutes that i'm listening to this song. It's such a happy song and we can thank the one and only george harrison for that song. Thank you mr harrison. At least they think we can. I don't really actually know who wrote that song. I'm sure it was him. We'll see won't we know with. Oh yeah oh yes then or at then. We already starting with the accents. Welcome the role candy this week. We're going to talk about george harrison. I my personal favorite beetle. Yes and also. I think a misunderstood beetle. I would completely agree with that. Yeah and we're your hosts. I'm maggie. i'm ashley. Yes and continuing on the road of the beatles but not as beatles. Yeah and already we've already. I think broken our game plan for this. This is definitely going to be a two parter for george. I genuinely thought that we could do each beatle solo stuff in an episode. And i don't know how naive we were god. Twenty twenty one time. I write turney wants so much better lofty goals and all of them just up in flames there just up. They're all up there really. Oh we gotta reach now. This is gotta work. Twenty twenty one going great. It's going great guys. Yeah this is great. Everything's fine nothing's destroyed not at all. No not our democracy not our country injuries in a political podcast fucking political. Podcast make a political existence. We gotta make everything political. Yeah i guess now we do. Yeah but we're not going to make this political right this night yet. Anyway this is the have to be interesting thing too. That i've been thinking about a lot. Since we've been researching the bet lays less that they are all very complicated human beings and really starting to like start to leak come to terms with my separating art from the artist and how and why and when and who you know it's funny. I'm glad we started with ringo and then george because it's getting gradually more difficult to separate the arts. There is some gray area by the end of this. It's going to be extremely hard to.

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Experience a Lost Disney World Ride in Virtual Reality

DLC

04:03 min | 11 months ago

Experience a Lost Disney World Ride in Virtual Reality

"Defunct land vr. Lets you experience a classic disney ride twenty five years after it was closed. And this is something that i'm super into. I think it's really really interesting. So there's a couple things to talk about here. There's a youtube channel called defunct land which I would highly recommend you checkout. It's extremely fascinating stuff. They just but fifteen minute videos on old theme park rides That are no longer around and kind of. Why do they close. Or what was it like. And that sort of stuff. And i think a few years back it was there. The announced the patriots. It's like hey you know potentially if we get enough patrons we might try to recreate some of these old rides and vr. So they actually did it. They actually released a twenty thousand leagues under the sea. Which i didn't really know much about in fact When i saw this news i was familiar with defunct line. In fact there. Is that really great documentary. Class action park on. Espn defunct land. Did a video in action park. Actually before that even came out so anyway i was kind of aware of it but i went back and i watched their two parter to videos on twenty thousand leagues under the sea submarine voyage. And like i knew. I was going to download this. Vr thing. I thought you know what. Let me get some context. I watch those videos so cool. And finally i put on the headset and did it. And i just love this whole thing. I just love the idea of vr being away to just to just keep a repository of these things that are so the go away. You know what i mean. Yeah i mean this is. This is ready player. One stuff you know like this is like relive your child at least for me. I remember the twenty thousand leagues under the sea. Ride really super cool for folks that have never experienced it in one journey back into time that they never got to see for me this. This feels like this was what i remembered. It still feels weird that it's finding nemo on. It's been that way. Yeah how many years but That was when i was a kid. Christian. did you ever ride the twenty thousand leagues under the sea. Ride as a fourteen year old is how old i am now. I have. yeah. I definitely have and i remember where they did at disneyland. I don't know like florida like the rebrand for nemo i. It's gotten better but at first it was like. And here's nemo one clown fish in there and i was like clown actually actually wrote the nemo one i never. I never wrote the twenty thousand one. So i was kind of coming in reverse. You know like seeing what it was now and then taking a trip back in time to what it used to be. You know. I haven't done this yet is it. Is it a good experience the vr. Yeah it's pretty solid. I would say it's definitely on the lower end of fidelity it's very much an independent projects. I think he's done a new unity. And as i was watching. There's a couple of things it's actually pretty cool. Is like watching youtube videos. They talk about how the effect was created. And how you're basically in a boat. You're not you're you never really submerged under the water and if if you look up during the ride you can kind of see the surface of the water and they kind of recreated all those of You know behind the scenes things in this. Vr rights if you look at the water and stuff and if you'd like peak around to the left to right you can see the way the track benz like kind of a real amusement park where you can sort of see us to where you were and where you're going to be in that sort of thing so i like the way they did that. They didn't wear like it. They're trying to recruit the ride not the experience and so the jank that comes with it and what's funny is on a on a sub on another level like a meta level because you're now abstracting at one further with like low poly objects and characters. It's like a semi lack of a similar. Acura is kind of funny. Well i guess there's a bunch of this kind of stuff that's also in dreams like people are doing using the playstation for dreams platform which also supports vr vr to do a lot of Disney ride recreation and stuff super super. Cool

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"two parter" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"two parter" Discussed on WTOP

"And Fairfax County Police responded to a shooting that occurred just before 10 this morning. In the new gay community, Two people are dead. Police believe the incident is domestic related and contained inside a home on black horse court. That investigation continues. How will TV's medical dramas tackle the age of Cove It earlier, I talked with TV guides Matt Roush about what he's seeing in these returning shows. It's really gonna be keenly observed in the medical dramas, although a few of the sitcoms that have come back already, including the Connors on ABC and blackish have been dealing with either quarantine or in the case of the Conners, how it's affected their own lives in the terms of their business is shutting down and how they're going to even struggle through and pay their mortgage during the pandemic, So it is being reflected in fictional. Television. But certainly the medical dramas were going to be the ones that it's going to be most keenly observed in and that begins on Monday with the popular ABC show the Good Doctor Where the autistic surgeon played by Freddie Highmore on the rest of his colleagues. A za new season begins with the two parter. They're going to be trying to even just figure out what this new thing is that's plaguing their emergency room. I'm trying to figure out the virus as a text their lives because they can't be near their loved ones, whether working on the front lines and at the same time, there's a storyline in which somebody that they work with gets infected and they have to deal with it personally, so you'll see that happen, And it's also a week from now we'll have Grey's anatomy come back, and that's the longest running medical drama ever, and they can't ignore it, either. So I think it's going to be interesting to see them tell their personal stories because in many ways, these are just soap operas set in the hospital, but the same time they can't ignore what they already know. To be the biggest medical story of their time, and they can do it in very personal terms with characters that we've come to know and love over the many years on television. That's right. Matt Movie fans are remembering the great actor Sean Connery, who made a name with the bond films. But those movies have become a staple of television for years. Well, it's true right now I'm still scouring the different channels there movies to see Who's Going to Be the first to put on a movie marathon of the Great Sean Connery Doctor. No movies right now. I haven't seen anybody make because it happened over the weekend. But yes, definitely the Legend of Sean Connery as James Bond was kept alive through movies on television. Right now, you can also stream and rent them. I see that a few of the including thunder ball and from Russia with love and a few others we're available. If you're a prime member on Amazon, you can get them for free, a few of the other ones you have to rent. But definitely I think it was the weekend when a lot of people are turning back to the early James Bond movies to realise that Sean Connery was the first and also the best guys mad Rush. Experts say this amped up election is the perfect time for kids to learn a few things while you may have made Your mind, Experts say it's important and healthy for kids to learn to explore both sides of.

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Understanding Early Muslim History and Sectarianism, with Dr. Ali Ataie

Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

06:00 min | 1 year ago

Understanding Early Muslim History and Sectarianism, with Dr. Ali Ataie

"Elliott I. It is a rental student in researcher WHO's been involved in interfaith activities for over two decades. He holds a Master's in Biblical studies with a focus on. New. Testament and Biblical languages. He also holds a PhD in cultural historical studies in religion from the graduate. Theological. Union his doctoral work focused on Muslim Herman UNIX of Biblical texts especially, the Gospel of John. And he lives, in Santa, cinnabon California with his wife Royer and three daughters. So welcome to the show Dr Ali tight. Thank you because local good to be back for a third time. Yes. We're always excited and I know in the past we've had you You know on the show to Kinda talk. About Christianity. Were of sort of interfaith conversations in the audience as well as US. We benefited him immensely from those on. So I thought this would be a little bit different. I know something that you would probably consider a little bit outside of your wheelhouse or area of expertise perhaps but I would contend that you know i. if you are perfectly suited in a sense that not only given your background that you touched upon on the first episode but to really kind of have a conversation a, that is related to an intra faith. Issue of between kind of the she and the Sunni tradition and I say that. Because Dr your background actually your family background has something you had mentioned the first time we had this conversation you come from a she background your family is or remain or is still short she yes might my parents or practicing Shiites to use the Latin sort of suffix please them or she I guess we can say. So Yeah mink growing up. We were like I don't typical sort of Iranian so. No religion really anywhere and freedom to do whatever we wanted. Think. However, we wanted but as my parents got older, they rediscovered their. Roots their Shiite woods. So there you know they may have two, thousand, six and they're. Very, devout Shia now. so for me growing up however. I actually, never really considered myself. a Muslim until I got into. College. and. Then the brothers I met initially were so knee and they sort of against to enter the wing and and copy. Islam. In an over the years, of course, with I've had. Great conversations with my parents on on certain things and. What's the significance of this event in history you? How do you interpret this verse? What about this Heidi Eve? Things like that So that's that's where a standard now. Yeah, I mean you off air you made the caveat This isn't sort of an area of study or expertise for you on, but not only just given the family background but I would I mean as someone who is really a deep student of history I think that a I think some of the the touch points that we wanNA focus on in today's conversation on it'd be really nice to hear your thoughts on because essentially couple I wanted to make to clarifying points and then kind of dive right in, and that was related to the last episode of the two parter we did with the amount weenie. Is that for the listener someone some heard my question or my line of questioning as. Kind of questioning Sunni orthodoxy around some of these historical issues and I wanted to clarify that wasn't the case I mean I'm not I wasn't sort of trying to place. Any doubts on the Sunni narrative were the Sunni approach to these the historical events that we touched on but rather it was really as I said at the outset of the conversation with the Amati 'cause Weenie that this was not meant to be a debate. We weren't there to debate a Sunni points at the allergy were a Sunni the Sunni approach to some of the historical of historical events that we talked about. So it was more of being able to be deferential. To our guest and give him the opportunity to really essentially lay down the narrative of early. Muslim. History according to the cheese sources. So I, wanted to clarify that from some of the questions that I asked not for you professor Italian but rather listener Number two with regards to this particular conversation where things more meaningful to you is that the purpose of this show is not to have you on to serve offer the Su Ni reputation, right to the points that were raised in the last episode. This is not a polemic, a polemical conversation. Again, we're not here to sort of do that. That's not the approach that at least i WanNa, take I imagine all three of us don't WanNa take it's more of a deep dive or as deep as we can get given time constraints and so on on into kind of the Sunni perspective on some of the issues, there are some of the events that we focused on last time. Good. Bremer. Great. Great. So I think or if you had any thoughts or any comments you wanted to make otherwise I'd be happy to kind of dive right into it with. A tiny. No I just want to echo that like I decided emptying Irwin Cup of understanding and just trying to understand and learn in that conversation we weren't coming with their own. Ideas to the table. They were not that we were undermining ideas. We just put them to the sites we can learn.

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"two parter" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"two parter" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

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How to charge for a travel service post-quarantine?

Side Hustle School

02:57 min | 1 year ago

How to charge for a travel service post-quarantine?

"Chris my name is John and I have a question at the Cross section of travel and side hustles and I thought who better to ask than you. My friend I've been exploring places for me in a someone very close to me to visit. She's on the west coast of the US and and I'm on the East Coast and with all the quarantining, we're really excited to be able to get out and meet up and see each other here soon. I've really enjoyed the process of scouring flights and times and dates to cities within our budgets and I'd like to do this as a side hustles for others. In the same boat, I really have enjoyed it I love connecting people, and it's just checks a lot of ox for me. So my question is it's a two parter. How would you recommend I charge for such a service and also what are ways that I could find clients in people in the same boat? Thanks keep fighting the good fight Chris. We need now more than ever a lot of uncertainty and I always love your message and I always loved the great work you and your team doing. John Thank you so much create that and you are needed to graduations on being our first ever. Listener question or repeat listener caller not repeat listener question has mentioned. So, let's talk about this idea I think the challenge here is, what is the service exactly because just thinking about it very practically sites like kayak dot com, Google flights probably some others have pretty developed filters that will show people in real time like all the different for flight deals from different cities. So if you're like I'm in Los Angeles I want to go you somewhere in the Midwest and you know, I'm not sure what the best deals are. There are there are filters that show you that immediately. Same thing if you're coming in the east coast, I don't know if there's something that shows somebody exactly like where to meet in the middle or like you know where the most. Budget. Optimal location could be for two people coming from different parts of the country. But that's really specific I. Think a lot of this data is available and because it's real time, it's kind of hard to beat that. You know like anybody can go and see it and learn most of what they need to know. The only thing I can think of is the model that Charlotte McGee started with her business called whisk away episode three, forty, six ESL teacher turned travel planner since clients unsurprised vacations. In her business, she's doing quite a lot of research in terms of not just picking the city but also lots of activities and overall itinerary. In some cases planning the entire trip or someone. So there could be something there in terms of what to charge. I think maybe a flat fee is probably best not trying to do this hourly or something, but just here's my flat fee for this particular. Service. But as I said I think it will be difficult to say my services showing long-distance couples or friends where they can meet up. I think you'll have to go further than that. So maybe a good question to consider is what else to other people in this situation need. I don't know exactly what the answer is. John is in that situation. So he probably does or at least it wouldn't be that hard to figure it out.

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5 Ways to Improve Your Videoconference Presence

The Digital Story

06:48 min | 1 year ago

5 Ways to Improve Your Videoconference Presence

"Needless to say I've had some interesting online conversations over the last couple of months. I have seen parts of people's houses that I really wasn't prepared for and then there has been a mix of interesting lighting in tin can audio. Yes it has been the wild wild west. So what I've decided to do is take the microphone by the horns and do two things for my contribution to the greater video conferencing world. I I have some tips today. That are easy to enable and that with a little adjustment here or there you should be able to enable. You should be able to use these pretty quickly second later this week. I'm releasing a new online workshop. Called the essential steps to impressive video conferencing. It's a one hour movie that covers audio video and environment and I really get into some cool tips now. I'll talk more about this later in the show. But I'm GonNa tell you right now. That is free to our inner circle members who support this podcast on patron for right now. Let's get to those five tips already tip number one get the to Kia. Yes and you probably want wine. Do you want me to and I'm thinking more like Ikea. Dot Com right because shopping inside care right. A lot of places probably just isn't going to happen but I can't dot com is doing well and if you go to the search box on in enter diffused lighting. You'll get a variety of lamps and lampshades. That are exactly what you need one way or another one of. Them's going to be something that you need now. What is the deal with this Derek? Well here's the deal that the lighting on so many of these calls that I'm watching is terrible. The light tends to be too harsh the wrong color. You all sorts of things and really. What I'm seeing is that people really aren't thinking about. How do I get a flattering light on my face? Which should be really kind of at the top of the list like this. I don't WanNa look terrible. When on these webcams alrighty so how do I look better well? The rule for portrait photography applies to video conferencing as well which is the larger the light source right in the closer to your face the softer the light. And then if you position that light so this more or less you know coming straight on to your face you know. That's what we call fashion lighting and it is very flattering. There's a reason why fashion photographers use it. It makes people look pretty so going back to Ikea if you shop on Kia and you shop. Four diffused lighting. You'll see these lamps and all sorts of goodies that you can accessorize your desk with in suddenly. Look a ton better and the reason why I pick you could get these all sorts of places. But they're actually quite affordable so you get a very attractive desk accessory now and you will look much more attractive on camera if you follow this tip. Now here's the other part of that tip which is get something that's daylight balanced or s close to daylight balanced as possible and again. This is another mistake that I see so often. Which is if you have a tungsten lightbulb shining on you. You're going to be orange. And if you have fluorescent tubes eliminating your mug you're GonNa be Green and neither of those really make great colors for face right so you want a daylight balance tube or as close to daylight as you can get so two parter. One diffused lighting coming straight on and be second part of one. Get as close to daylight balance as you can already. That's tip number one. Here's tip number two. It's called Darling. You Look Marvelous now. Unfortunately those built in seven twenty p Webcams for many laptops and desktops. Just aren't very flattery. And I would go so far as to say that. They are often terrible cracks me up. I have a a state of the art macbook pro thirteen inch. This is a gorgeous machine. It does everything a beautifully except for one thing except for one thing it has that lousy seven twenty p facetime camera that when I turn it on and I look at me I do not feel good. Do not feel plus. They can't control it It has way too much depth of field. I can't control exposure. I mean just goes on and on these things are agonizing and especially for those of us who like photography their double agonizing. So we've got to get away from those now. There are a couple of things you can do. If you have a cam link already which is a digital interface that allows you to connect your digital camera to your computer. You have a lump of gold right now because they are hard to find the ones that I really like are the ones who made by El Gato however if you do a little searching online and you search for video digital interface there are some other ones and there's one right now that's fairly affordable from e can get h Made by I o gear. I think it's like ninety nine bucks That people are saying works. Pretty well and the supply of those seem to be you know pretty regular. I know that this is probably the one thing that many people don't have but is the one thing that many people should get in especially in our audience because our audience as full of people who have these beautiful Sony Olympus Panasonic Fujifilm Nikon Canon cameras right. If you have a cannon camera by the way cannon just came out with some software that you can use and you don't have to get the digital interface and just play your cannon camera in so if you're a canon shooter you may want to check that out

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"two parter" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

12:53 min | 2 years ago

"two parter" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Life use chomping away on the air my primary this is a two parter real quick one sure you have a gas that calls that he said he went to high school that the doors played at well I went to the same high school and I actually have to unpublished photos cool Jim Morrison and then one of Jim Morrison and ray Manzarek still cool at at the high school all that's all that one of my I'm not that old I I didn't go that year but anyhow I I actually have pictures so it's not a goal but the reason I called that night I never got on I was on hold and never got through I picked up a load of they were fighters see jet fighters seats really I don't get the look out of what they're rated up and they were going to hold the airport in a high tone of abba now if you know what that is that they're actually area fifty one is that what it's called the office I never knew that was the official name Almy error for airport and hydro Nevada and I didn't know that either because I you know I'll get a goal I'm along all driver and they said well when you get up to Vegas you know call up and we'll give you directions and and and I actually like but it navigation it wouldn't come up yeah and then I looked it up and I like we're shocked I'm going to maybe get to go see something that I hooked up like my little secret camera and I thought I'd work get it working out the famous you know right and when I got up to the ages from Oklahoma and called I was redirected to create your force base and that's where they would be the six right big crates of the fighter ejection seat so you never saw them you there because they were created I I never actually physically saw this six feet that you there but there were about twenty eight hundred pounds apiece and they were created I had to secure on our all my flat bed and they had to be tarp also and where the new yeah well I I actually don't know I want to wear out yeah you have to come up outside a jigger forge make yeah I wonder if they were new or whether they were re purposed to what the purpose was that because you know that based does all these different experiments so maybe there weren't even going to put them in an aircraft but they were using them for something else I guess we won't know and I wonder whether they were loaded with the with the canisters to make them he jacked or does that happen once they put them in the plane I'd have that run the explosive placards it would you so interesting yeah it would I would have to have that I mean I have that hi good all of it but then there's that have to do that's interesting of the bottles but that be and what can you imagine if you got rear ended in that set off six of those right yeah but can't do it all I meet that's what the bill ladies that yeah the lady that so who knows and eighty eight yeah I read it all but one when I looked it up what I got over to Albuquerque and I was like one word the world I got one you know right you know they just had the Vegas stop over there as all get the railroad pass all look it up in all and then I I actually was like whoa this is going to be a good phone call I read this video man we'll play I mean you hear you're sitting on a gold mine of those two photos of Jim Morrison from playing it that your high school so what do you do with those I don't think of you all all all all you should have to yeah if you digitize them and send them to send him to lex loan hood at coast to coast AM dot com and we'll put we would put him up to like if you don't get a chance I'd bad yeah I mean yeah great melodies yeah you do that because tomorrow night we're gonna be talking about the rolling stones and Altamont so it would be fun to be able to put those up to even for tomorrow night but I'm sure a future co show are you in either the photos no no no right next door neighbor which was at at the school in sixty seven and may and he got the photos and that's right are you are you actually you know got a copy of the opposition and then I also got one of Van Halen before they made up their well you're not at the quad at the school also excellent excellent all ma'am it back down right we'll make sure that you put the photo credit on there and I'd love to run him and I'm so glad you got through this time so thank you for that was fun brother it probably tell me where to set it like yeah I'll put you on hold and then Tom will take care of it so a time I'm sure he's listening so put Joe on hold Dan let Tom know Joe is there and then we can get them to where we need to get them love that idea of seeing those kind of photos let's go to the wildcard line bill is in Washington state on coast to coast bill you know when you when you were talking about you know human ancestors of many of our ancestors were slimy yeah it made me think of something okay they just discovered a lawful imprint awfully close the gap all in in Africa yeah which is you know it it's two billion years old the awful yeah the older what what broken up and gone built call back we'll get you on the air as soon as possible because you can leave us hanging like that man that sells here could story two billion year old possible and we'll start there I will go to any in Alabama on a wildcard line on coast to coast any thank you for taking my call Liam and thank you for calling I wanna L. while also flights that are put in any phone in on any woman three thing because so Fleiss's killed a lot of people and all the people that are not as sensitive as so far it's going to be in the majority and I don't know that because when people get sick from that nobody knows what makes them sick I got sick from it for many years and I found out later on what it was doing it after all those all his medical bills over a million dollars in medical bills and the government has to play disability cherry for medical bills for millions of people because they're disabled from so for instance and very little anesthetic since the functions of the season on the label I should get an apple license they does all have end my tags and this is in part per million before it's required to be on the label yes the I. allows a lot of exceptions the exception that almost killed me was that is allowed to be on graves with no warning and all of grapes did you say grapes right here right in the SCA but you wash your grades right I don't put it down and get it all off hello university of Nebraska in Lincoln has a website about the US it's S. A. R. R. please the U. N. A. all dot EDU I read a whole lot about so for use on there where I got all my information well that's good the minute Alexander the hidden so fighting agent because for sure because when it hits the water it turns into so fight so if you swallow it we're in highly in contact with body fluids it becomes a soul flight and molasses often has one is a naturally occurring in molasses no they put it in there so Ford molasses okay years and got sick of into the emergency room fifty pounds and has no shot this is just terrible if will you conscious anthem broncho constriction and in our age don't girl has a lot of information let's mention about adverse reactions to sew for additives in adrenaline and medications that are given to patients that appeared to the emergency room and anaphylactic shock in they give him another dose of soul flight it's in the adrenaline of the band what will I appreciate that you always bring up something to our attention something else we should outlaw on a weekly basis I appreciate this new one hadn't didn't know about that and grapes especially so thank you will go to Josiah who's in Spokane on coast to coast AM Josiah hello Hey Hey how are you good open linesmen okay so you do you know anything about this thing called the rake tell me about the rake the Reagan it looks if Canada humanoid looking thing I forgot what part of the water usually lives invite it mainly hide like the sewers and stuff like that mainly they were from like I believe the society everything like that I just want to know if you know anything about it what but I you have an egg I have still owed so this is this is a this is a humanoid like creature is this an animal it's more of a humanoid like creature yes I have to say that's new to me so the rake yeah the end does does it pull people into the sewers no not really people mainly gold if you go to a certain area of the where is mainly here is here the sound is like more like a screeching sound and I try to scare them away from its territory and everything like that and a mailing trusted on like year and like other small animals like that or how does it do that from coming from the sewers a manly comes on nights more nocturnal then it comes out during the day in what part of the world would we find the rake I don't really remember where did you hear about it about it when I was like nine or ten when I was at a friend's house kind of a sleepover scary story or somebody claimed to have unique knowledge of the rate now me my friend kind of got bored in the start of certain Google and everything like that look at and we can have some unwanted I'll do that during the bottom of the hour break a look for the rake and we'll see what I find so thanks we should that I'll look for it and see whether or not you know that the beauty about open lines of somebody else could know all about it and we'll know soon there's one or two lines that are open and coast to coast AM dot com if you need the numbers there there and or we'll give you the numbers coming up in just a minute Tom is in the Bronx on coast to coast Tom to say that if you look at the Cherokee Hey you look in a M. U. well you look at in Northridge and even small birds at one time they would dinosaur and when the weather changed is genetically it did affect their body systems with the actually turn and birds Hey you you don't word is it like to enhance this river dinosaur well don't let's a theory that's been around for a long time right I mean there's soonest he's too little to Turkey how yeah chickens sure sure of the situation but they known the tech you like a Turkey leg yeah I mean actually this this was central to discussion about raptors in the first Jurassic.

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"two parter" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

12:53 min | 2 years ago

"two parter" Discussed on WTVN

"Why use chomping away on the air farm up my primary this is a two parter real quick one sure you have a gas that calls that he said he went to art school that the doors play that well I went to the same high school and I actually have to publish photos cool Jim Morrison and then one of Jim Morrison and ray Manzarek still cool at at the high school all that's all that one of my I'm not that old I I didn't go that year but anyhow I I actually have pictures so it's not a cool but the reason I called that night I never got on I was on hold and never got through I picked up a load of they were fighters seat jet fighters speed really I don't get the look out of what they're rated up and they were going to hold the airport in the heights Nevada now if you know what that is that they're actually area fifty one is that what it's called the office I never knew that was the official name only error for airport and high tone of that and I didn't know that either because I you know I'll get a goal I'm along all driver and they said well when you get up to Vegas you know call up and we'll give you directions and and and I actually like but it navigation it wouldn't come up and then I looked it up and I like we're shocked I'm going that baby get to go see something that I hooked up like my little secret camera and I thought we're going to work it out the famous you know right and when I got up to the ages from Oklahoma and called I was re directed a creature for space and that's where they know what it is the six like big great super fighter ejection seat so you never saw them you there because they are created I I never actually physically saw this six are you there but they were about twenty eight hundred pounds apiece and they were created I had to secure on our all my flat bed and they had to be part also and where the hell you yeah well I I actually don't know I want to wear out yeah you have to come up outside the bigger airports may yeah I wonder if they were new or whether they were re purposed to what the purpose was that because you know that based does all these different experiments so maybe there weren't even going to put them in an aircraft but they were using them for something else I guess we won't know and I wonder whether they were loaded with the with the canisters to make them eat jacked or does that happen once they put them in the plane I'd have run the explosive placards it would you so interesting yeah it would I would have to have that I mean I I have that hi good all of it but that there is I have to do that's interesting Dr Donald but that being said what can you imagine if you got rear ended in that set off six of those right yeah but can't do it all I meet that's what the bill ladies that yeah the lady that so who knows and eighty eight yeah I read it all but one when I looked it up what I got over to Albuquerque and I was like one word the world I don't want you know right you know they just had the Vegas stop over there I shop at the railroad pass all look it up in all and then I I actually was like whoa this is going to be a good phone call and I read this video man we'll play I mean you hear you're sitting on a gold mine of those two photos of Jim Morrison from playing it that your high school so what do you do with those I don't know said of you Josh all all all all you should have to yeah if you digitize them and send them to send them to lex loan hood at coast to coast AM dot com and we'll put we would put him up like if you get a chance I'd bad yeah I mean yeah great melodies yeah I do that because tomorrow night we're gonna be talking about the rolling stones and Altamont so it would be fun to be able to put those up to even for tomorrow night but I'm sure on a future co show are you in either the for us no no no right next door neighbor which was at the school in sixty seven and may and he got the photos and that's it I I I I actually you know got a copy of the artificial and then I also got one of Van Halen before they made a big well you're not at the quad at the school also excellent excellent all ram it back down right we'll make sure that you put the photo credit on there and I'd love to run him and I'm so glad you got through this time so thank you to those fun brother it probably tell me where to set it like yeah I'll put you on hold and then Tom will take care of it so a time I'm sure he's listening so put Joe on hold Dan let Tom know Joe is there and then we can get them to where we need to get them love that idea of seeing those kind of photos let's go to the wildcard line bill is in Washington state on coast to coast bill you know when you when you were talking about you know human ancestors of many of our ancestors were slimy yeah it made me think of something okay they just discovered a hall wall imprint off because the gap all in in Africa yeah which is you know it it's two billion years old all right yeah the oldest off what what broken up and gone built call back we'll get you on the air as soon as possible because you can leave us hanging like that man that sells here kid story two billion year old fossel when we'll start there I will go to any in Alabama on a wildcard line on coast to coast any thank you for taking my call Liam and thank you for calling I wanna outlaw also flights that are put in any phone in on any woman three thing because so Fleiss's killed a lot of people and all the people that are not as sensitive as though flights cling to the in the majority and they don't know that because when people get sick from that nobody knows what makes them sick I got sick from it for many years and I found out later on what it was doing it after almost all his medical bills over a million dollars in medical bills and the government has to play disability checks in medical bills for millions of people because disabled from so for instance and steady is man and the city since the patience of the season on the label I should get an apple license they does does not have as much sex in part for million before it's required to be on the label yes the AE allows alone exceptions the exception that almost killed me was that is allowed to be on graves with no warning and all of grapes did you say grapes right rated STA but you wash your grades right I don't put it down and get it all all alone the university of Nebraska in Lincoln has a website about the US it's S. A. R. R. please the U. N. A. all dot EDU you are really a whole lot about so for use on there where I got all my information well that's good the minute that is a hidden so fighting agent because for sure because when it hits the water it turns into Soulfly so he swallow it ring highly comes in contact with body fluids it becomes a soul flight and molasses often has it one is a naturally occurring in molasses no they put it in there so Ford molasses okay years and got sick of into the emergency room fifty pounds and has no shot this is just terrible if because his answer broncho constriction and I just don't go has a lot of information mention about adverse reactions to sew for evidence in adrenaline and medications that are given to patients that appeared to the emergency room and anaphylactic shock in they give him another dose of soul flight is in the adrenaline of the band what will I appreciate that you always bring up something to our attention something else we should outlaw on a weekly basis I appreciate this new one hadn't didn't know about that and grapes especially so thank you will go to Josiah who's in Spokane on coast to coast AM Josiah hello Hey Hey how are you good open linesmen okay so you do you know anything about this thing called the rake tell me about the rake the rate design it looks it's kind of like a humanoid looking thing I forgot what part of the water usually lives in by it mainly high like the sewers and stuff like that mainly they were from like I believe the society everything like that I just want to know if you know anything about it what but I you have N. eggs I have still owed so this is this is a this is a humanoid like creature is this an animal it's more of a humanoid like creature yes I have to say that's new to me so the rake yeah then does does it pull people into the sewers no not really people mainly gold if you go to a certain area of where is mainly here here the sound is like more like a screeching sound and I tried to scare them away from its territory and everything like that and a mailing trusted on like year and like other small animal like that or how does it do that from coming from the sewers a manly comes on nights more nocturnal then it comes out during the day in what part of the world would we find the rake I don't really remember where did you hear about it about it when I was like nine or ten when I was a penthouse kind of a sleepover scary story or did somebody claim to have unique knowledge of the rake now me my friend kind of got bored in the start of certain Google and everything like that look at and we cannot come up on it well I'll do that during the bottom of the hour break a look for the rake and we'll see what I find so thanks appreciate that I'll look for it and see whether or not you know that the beauty about open lines of somebody else could know all about it we'll know soon there's one or two lines that are open and coast to coast AM dot com if you need the numbers there there and or we'll give you the numbers coming up in just a minute Tom is in the Bronx on coast to coast Tom I like to say that if you look at the Cherokee Hey you look in a M. U. well you look it in Northridge and even small birds at one time they would dinosaur and when the weather changed is genetically it did affect their body systems with a actually turn into the birds any unit you don't word is it like to enhance this river dinosaur well don't let's a theory that's been around for a long time right I mean there's sort of her keys to a little bit Turki al yeah chickens sure sure of the situation but they known the tank you like a Turkey leg yeah I mean actually this this was central to discussion about raptors in the first Jurassic.

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"two parter" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

13:04 min | 2 years ago

"two parter" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Why use chomping away on the air farm up my primary this is a two parter real quick one sure you have a gas that call that he said he went to ice ball that the doors played at well I went to the same ice ball and I actually have to publish photos cool Jim Morrison and then one of Jim Morrison and ray Manzarek still cool at at the high school all that's all that one of my I'm not that old but I didn't go that year but anyhow I I actually have pictures so it's not a goal but the reason I called that night I never got on I was on hold and never got through I picked up a load of they were fighters see jet fighters speed really I don't get the look out of what they're rated up and they were going to hold me airport in a high tone Nevada now if you know what that is that they're actually area if you want is that what it's called the fish I never knew that was the official name only error for airport and I don't know that and I didn't know that either because I you know I'll get a goal I'm along all driver and they said well when you get up to Vegas you know call us and we'll give you directions and and and I actually like but it navigation it wouldn't come up yeah and then I looked it up and I like we're shocked I'm going to maybe get to go see something that I hooked up like my little secret camera and I thought we're going to work it out the famous you know right and when I got up so they just from Oklahoma and called I was redirected to create your force may and that's where they would be the six like big great took a fighter rejection so you never saw them you there because they're kind of I I never actually physically saw this six feet thank you very but there were about twenty eight hundred pounds apiece and they were created I had to secure on our all my flat bed and they had to be tarp also and where the new yeah well I I actually don't know I want to wear out you have to come up I'll try to figure forge make yeah I wonder if they were new or whether they were re purposed to what the purpose was that because you know that based does all these different experiments so maybe there weren't even going to put them in an aircraft but they were using them for something else I guess we won't know and I wonder whether they were loaded with the with the canisters to make them he jacked or does that happen once they put them in the plane I would have run the explosive placards it would you so interesting yeah it would I would have to have that I mean I have that hi good all of it but then there's I have to do that's interesting about the bottles but that be what can imagine if you got rear ended in that set off six of those right yeah but can't do L. I meet that's what the bill ladies that yeah the lady that so who knows eighty eight yeah I mean you know but one when I looked it up what I got over to Albuquerque and I was like where in the world I got one you know right you know they just had the Vegas stop over there I started the railroad pass all look it up it all and then I I actually was like whoa this is going to be a good ball ball and if I read this video man we'll play I mean you hear you're sitting on a gold mine of those two photos of Jim Morrison from playing it that your high school so what do you do with those I don't tend to be you all all all all you have to yeah if you digitize them and send them to send them to lex loan hood at coast to coast AM dot com and we'll put it we would put like if you don't get a chance I'd bad yeah I mean yeah great melodies yeah you do that because tomorrow night we're gonna be talking about the rolling stones and Altamont so it would be fun to be able to put those up to even for tomorrow night but I'm sure on a future co show are you in either the for us no no no right next door neighbor which was at at the school in sixty seven in the end he got the photos and that's right I I actually you know got a copy of what we ought to be shot and then I also got one of Van Halen before they made a big well yeah well yeah at the quad at the school also excellent excellent all ram it back down right we'll make sure that you put the photo credit on there and I'd love to run him and I'm so glad you got through this time so thank you to those fun brother it should probably tell me what is that it yeah I'll put you on hold and then Tom will take care of it so a time I'm sure he's listening so put Joe on hold Dan let Tom know Joe is there and then we can get them to where we need to get them love that idea of seeing those kind of photos let's go to the wildcard line bill is in Washington state on coast to coast bill in when you when you were talking about you know human ancestors of many of our ancestors were swine yeah it it made me think of something okay they just discovered a wall wall imprint off because the gumball in in Africa yeah which is you know it it's two billion years old all right yeah the oldest what what broken up and gone built call back we'll get you on the air as soon as possible because you can leave us hanging like that man that sells your kid story two billion euro Postle when we'll start there I will go to any in Alabama on a wildcard line on coast to coast any thank you for taking my call Liam and thank you for calling I wanna out while also flights that are put in any phone in on any supplementary thing because so Fleiss's killed a lot of people and all the people that are not as sensitive as though flights claimed to be in the majority and they don't know that because when people get sick from that nobody knows what makes them sick I got sick from it for many years and I found out later on what it was doing it after all those all his medical bills over a million dollars in medical bills and the government has to play disability checks in medical bills for millions of people because they're disabled from so flight it's been very instrumental as sedation thanks instantly than on the label I should get a license yeah all have end my tags in part for million before it's required to be on the label yes the AE allows the love exceptions the exception that almost killed me was that is allowed to be on graves with no warning and all grapes did you say grapes right rated STA but you wash your grades right I don't put it down and get it all all alone the university of Nebraska in Lincoln has a website about the US it's S. A. R. R. P. the U. N. A. all dot EDU I read a whole lot about so for use on there where I got all my information well that's good the minute the that is the hidden so fighting agent because for sure because when it hits the water it turns into Soulfly so he swallow it we're in highly comes in contact with body fluids it becomes a soul flight and molasses often has it one is a naturally occurring in molasses they put it in there so Ford molasses okay three years in that state I've been to the emergency room fifty pounds and has no shot this is just terrible conscious Anson grunter constriction and I don't go has a lot of information mention about adverse reactions to so quite additives in adrenaline and medications that are given to patients that appeared to the emergency room and anaphylactic shock in they give him another dose of soul flight it's in the adrenaline of the band what will I appreciate that we always bring up something to our attention something else we should outlaw on a weekly basis I appreciate this new one hadn't didn't know about that and grapes especially so thank you will go to Josiah who's in Spokane on coast to coast AM Josiah well Hey Hey how are you good open linesmen okay so on you do you know anything about this thing called the rake tell me about the rake the rate is nine it looks it's kind of like a humanoid looking thing I forgot what part of the water usually lives in by it mainly hide like the sewers and stuff like that mainly they with like I believe the society everything like that I just want to know if you know anything about it well but I you have N. eggs I have still owed so this is this is a this is a humanoid like creature is this an animal it's more of a humanoid like creature yes I have to say that's new to me so the rake yeah then does does it pull people into the sewers no not really people mainly go if you go to a certain area of where is mainly here is here the sound is like more like a screeching sound and I tried to scare them away from its territory and everything like that and a mailing trusted on my year and like other small animals like that or how does it do that from coming from the sewers Hey Manikandan nights more nocturnal then it comes out during the day in what part of the world would we find the rake I don't really remember where did you hear about it about it when I was like nine or ten when I was at a friend's house kind of a sleepover scary story or did somebody claimed to have unique knowledge of the rake now me my crying kind of got bored in the start of certain Google and everything like that look at and we kind of stumbled upon it well I'll do that during the bottom of the hour break a look for the rake and we'll see what I find so thanks to appreciate that I'll look for it and see whether or not you know that the beauty about open lines of somebody else could know all about it we'll know soon there's one or two lines that are open and coast to coast AM dot com if you need the numbers there there and or we'll give you the numbers coming up in just a minute Tom is in the Bronx on coast to coast Tom to say that if you look at the Cherokee Hey you look at a M. 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Interview with John Nunemaker About His Developer Career

Ruby on Rails Podcast

06:40 min | 2 years ago

Interview with John Nunemaker About His Developer Career

"So John. What is your developer origin story yeah yeah what the basically the way it started as. I always enjoyed math and stuff like that in high school going way back and when I went to college I just started. I kind of assumed like there was some computer stuff going on so this was two thousand and two thousand four and a lot of stuff was was happening opening that seemed exciting and at the Ogden programming so I took some programming classes the first one I think was visual basic and I did well in the the class didn't really feel like I learned anything and then I took another class next semester that was see and the teacher was in my my opinion back then then it was hard core so it was like we were on Lenox. We learn how to compile. We were doing you know see and even some Pearl. I think also and I remember you're right out of the gate struggling big time I basically had not I basically learned how to program in the first class and so I I spent every office hours for the entire semester and pull my Grad from like an F. Which I had never had my entire life about three weeks into I think I ended up with like a b. Minus so ended up kind of getting the hang of it and and progressing then my senior year it would have been the end of my junior year. They had this major class where you could take one class for entire month and I was all you did so it was like really intensive three or four hours a day and I took a web job in like Photoshop class and absolutely love because it took the stuff that was cool programming. I enjoyed making Gregorian calendars and things like that but it being able to put it on the Internet and then instantly like have my mom was kind of next level and so I think that's from then on basically I've been hooked on the web so the next semester I took independent study in PHP and my sequel build a little bed and breakfast website and and then kind of fell into my first job and then fell into my second job small consultancies and stuff like that just cranking out websites and then I think from there ended up at Notre Dame and got to University of Notre Dame got to learn a lot of really good things in work around great team and Matt eventually who become kind of my co-founder at ordered list Steve Smith and and with the two of us hit it off. He was Kinda Front End. I was kind of back end and we both enjoyed our our parts and so I ended up leaving Notre Dame and joining him and then the rest of it you kind of mentioned where we went to build some stuff and eventually ended up at at hub so I think that's kind of where it started from me so it's basically like two thousand three two thousand four kind of got into some web stuff absolutely loved it and did nothing. I mean my entire twenty s were like way too much time with my sequel and that eventually into like ruby on rails and stuff like that was ordered list building ruby and ruby on rails yeah so we when and he went Steve and I were still at Notre Dame we built the content management system that we call conductor because conductor had an NDA and it was conducting inducting websites. We were very smart all the names we probably took all all the vowels out because that was when you know flicker and all those didn't have have bowel so that was probably it probably didn't have vowels either but basically we were like. We're going to build this in rails. It's going to be awesome and like I remember Notre. Dame was very against at the time against new technologies and so we kind of just did it. We paid for out of our departments funds instead of using like a general. It stuff like that and it was on rails and then when I joined ordered last I mean we were consultants basically but or list inc but what we did right away we knew long-term we wanted to be in products and so we started started harmony which was basically like we rebuilt conductor from the ground up as a way to make it faster for us to ship websites for clients basically and so that's kind of yeah so it was all all ruby on rails stuff so awesome will the next question I have for you is really kind of a two parter so first of all. I'd love to hear about box South Sports. What is that yeah so box out sports I just joined in January and what that is is it's basically we hope mostly college sports and now kind of delving into high school as well with their social media presence and so basically any kind of info graphic or game game update half and of Quarter player the game interesting stats quotes all the stuff that if you are on instagram lot you'll see it all over. ESPN bleacher report those kinds of things infographics huge on facebook and instagram sell the company started maybe five years ago and and it's again with Steve Smith and then with two other guys Raby lightfoot and Jeff Myers. Neither of them are programmers but the four of us are all in now and basically they. They started it. Maybe three or four years ago and I just joined and it's going really well. a lot of good saturation in College a lot of college sports use us for just updating on. Here's here's how all the Games are going for all their teams James Volleyball Men's and women's football soccer basketball baseball softball everything that you can kind of imagine we have different graphic packages packages for as really similar. I was talked to Steve. About how similar it is to harmony harmony was basically this like template and data's system where a developer would like like create this template and then that from that template we derive like a pretty form to show a contact person so they didn't have to worry about html and CSS and where things will go and just made it really easy for them to put it in and this infographics thing the exact same thing. It's basically like this template system where a developer primarily Japhet box out will create these templates and they have what what's what are the data inputs that we need and then when a sports information director her or someone who's athletics or a student worker whose at a game is doing an update they don't have to think about like what's our branding look like does this is this designed find well or any of that kind of stuff they have these stock templates they just fill in the data and then they get beautiful graphics to share just a a really simple way to like you know defined templates and end up with with Japex and PNG's and actually uses electron on the back end for some of the rendering and stuff like that which is kind of cool too.

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Ready to Challenge Yourself? Here's Your Instant Motivation.

The Marie Forleo Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

Ready to Challenge Yourself? Here's Your Instant Motivation.

"And life you love and this. My friend ain't q. and a. tuesday. It's actually you and a tuesday where i asked the question and the answer comes from you a in the answer trump from so my question which i will ask you in just a moment comes from an idea that i strive to live my life bye and that ideas this. You never get stronger if you only do easy things now to clarify. I'm not saying that you should make everything harder on yourself. I am i'm all about simplicity and efficiency where it makes sense. This is also not about pushing yourself so hard that you get injured or sick but what i am talking about is the manse mance value that comes from doing really really hard things from putting yourself in situations where you know you're going to struggle or from doing things that are so far beyond in your current skill set that it humbles your ass. Let me tell you about a classic took a few months ago so i was working to build up my strength and my stamina because going on book tour can be grueling and i wanted to be ready for it now. I talk a lot about fitness and movement and i am someone who moves a lot however it's been a real long time since since i've been a nike dance athlete and can shoot like four fitness videos in one day even with a broken toe so point being my strength was nowhere near what it used to be so i figured weird i start taking more challenging classes at my gym now most of these classes i had never taken before so i had no idea what i was getting into so one day i i signed up for this class and it was called met. Con three should have known better because that is a scary ass name but it was only forty five minutes and i said to myself. Hey i can do anything for forty-five minutes. Famous last words not even seven minutes into that class. I wanted to die. I'm not kidding. I had no idea how is gonna survive. Thirty eight more minutes of this torture chamber we're talking nonstop squats and lunges imply. Oh metrics all with weights and all on a damn step. You know everybody hates burp well. This guy had us doing double burpee then he had us doing these frigging air jacks and one guy in the front of the class he was like the happiest most fittest grasshopper you ever met he he was smiling he was sweating. He was leaping meanwhile. I can't feel my legs and i need to sit down. I think you get the idea. I mean this was hell. It was that kind of physical sickle humbling hell that you wouldn't wish on your worst enemies. That's right but somehow somehow. I made it through the full forty five minutes and yes i was on the struggle bus the entire time but of course after i felt <hes> i didn't feel amazing at all. I had a massive headache. I was read as a lobster and i seriously wanted to quit at life but after i took a shower in replenish some electrolytes and actually down for a few minutes actually did feel pretty great. The bottom line is this easier. My friends is not always better now. Obviously this story was all about working out but i found the same thing to be true in my business and in my personal life doing hard things makes me stronger whether whether it's physical emotional or mental strength is where it's at and i gotta say no matter what hard thing you're doing whether or not you actually reach your goal is less important within who you become in the process so here is the cue that i want you to eight today and it's a two parter think about your past right now. What an instance where you tackle hackel something really challenging and grew so much stronger as a result partout. What's one hard thing that you know you need to start doing right now. In in order to make your life better tell me all about it in the comments below now as always the best conversations happen over at murray leo dot com so get on over there and leave a a comment now once you're there short subscribe to our email list and become an m._f._a. Insider you're going to get instant access to an audio. I created called how to get anything you you want. It's so good you'll also get some exclusive content special giveaways and personal updates for me that i don't share anywhere else. Stay on your game and keep going for your your dreams because the world really does need that special gift that only you half. Thank you so much for watching and catch you next time on marie tv. Hey you haven't trouble bringing your dreams to life. Guess what the

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Phone a friend

Daily Sales Tips

02:41 min | 2 years ago

Phone a friend

"Today. We've got another tip from my friend and regular contributor, Jeff pejorative. This is a two parter, but like with all of these multi part tips. They also stand alone. Here's part one. You know, it's kind of funny when you think about it because you've talked to people almost constantly on a day to day basis, but professional selling can be one of the loneliest careers. Anybody can ever have particularly if you're in field sales, and you don't reconnect with the rest of your team at the home office on a regular basis. But especially if you're out there in the field on an island and things aren't going as well as you'd like them to everybody has those rough patches, and nobody understands that like another field sales rep. So what I used to do was I would routinely call other sales reps in the field. Most times they were the ones working in the same company as me in the same division as me. But sometimes they were. Aren't and sometimes they were even competitors. Why? Because networking is a good idea. But particularly with those colleagues who were on my team. It was great to talk to them to see what they were running up against to try to keep your ear low to the ground to see or hear what was going on in the rest of the company. What what are what are you hearing? What do you think about this? What do you think is going to happen when we hit our number this quarter? Or when you're manager doesn't hit as number this quarter. What do you think could happen? Is there any movement around going on what kind of successor you have in there? What's working for you? What's not working for you? How did you approach it? How did you get creative to win that deal? You know that rumors spread like wildfire, and I want you to be careful and avoid as much gossip as possible. But you know, that the rumors of the victories travel just as quickly pick up the phone and call the source develop your standing in your reputation among your colleagues be the one. That they wanna call when things aren't going. So well be the one that they wanna call when you knock it out of the park on that big deal. But you know, that these conversations are not only entertaining, they break up your road trips to for you know, the the two hour travel time before that next meeting. They reconnect you with each other as a team, and they also stimulate creativity for hot to do what you know is one of the most difficult jobs on the planet. So use the resources that you have go back to the days when you were watching who wants to be a millionaire five days a week and use a lifeline phone, a friend. These colleagues are the most valuable resources that you have that you are likely not using and the more you utilize them the better everybody

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"two parter" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"two parter" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Very likely David van camp. Trying out some new music bumper crop. Friday five is nothing to do with. Did out earlier, right? Robert Kraft, Robert. Charged with solicitation sex. Other big news. That's dropping today. I mean, it's been a hell of a Newsday. The thing is about this one. It's. Well, way worse. Yeah. And a lot of ways but not near surprising. No. Our tally has also been charged. They're saying with ten counts by the Cook County state's attorney this was broken by TMZ. Prosecutors hit him with Ted counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. Today. Grand jury has been convened about a week ago to investigate this sex tape. Devolving and underage girl. TMZ broke the story. Two women testified for the grand grand jury over the last week, including the ones who provided physical evidence. Over a dozen accusers. Have come forward to testify against him. Wow. Oh, there was another update with the Michael Jackson story. Oh, yeah. HBO? The Jackson estate is suing HBO because HBO next month. I think it's the aids early next month they're going to be airing the leaving Neverland documentary to two parter. Yeah, it's like four hours. They're going to be airing that and the Jackson estate says that violates a non-disparagement clause in a contract signed in the early nineties to air concert video. Okay. And they're, you know, they're they're saying, well, the two the two men who are featured in this or known perjurers and all that they're going after him. Right. Man. Types. You have this conversation. You're like, you know, we're all broken people. We all have our issues, dad different ways. Yeah. We all have baggage. But the Robert Kraft, the R Kelly all that stuff. It's like, holy smokes. How does how does that happen? I guess the third completely different stories. The R Kelly thing I mean, people have known about this for years. The Michael Jackson stuff that will play out the scratcher the head scratcher today is the Robert Kraft. Yeah, why? And then who is the other big name that hasn't been named in that thing. Yeah. Gash? Okay. Get other things because we've got the Friday five gets you. We had planned on doing this story. Anyway, it's not because of the Robert Kraft. It's just the psychology of people that have a favorite team in whatever sport when your favorite team wins. It gives you a boost of confidence for the next two days. I get that. Well, I don't know for two days. You might be feeling good. The next morning did says it lasts for days. Like, yeah. My team one. That's cool. A little bit better this morning because the Dallas Stars ended the Saint Louis blues. Incredible winning streak. Okay. Eleven game winning streak that just went by the wayside. Because the Dallas Stars finally broke their losing streak. And you watched it, and you feel good about good feel good about it. Yeah. And I gotta tell you seem like a pretty good mood this morning. Okay. That's good. So I can see that. So I mean, I don't know if it's like fantasy sports if you own a team that all of a sudden does well, maybe you get some cash out of that. Would it lasts three days? What if you own a team that wins the Super Bowl? Then what do you do? Then then you go to an Asian massage. Robert Kraft has set that precedent setting that right up there, man. Okay. So as we're getting ready for the Friday five, it's not going to be inspired by Robert Kraft. Okay. Because we did those songs just a couple of weeks ago on a completely different topic. But today songs with Robin. The title. Peter Tork from the monkeys died. Okay. That.

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'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' conjures the impossible on Broadway

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:25 min | 3 years ago

'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' conjures the impossible on Broadway

"Was served alongside ate lunch of pasta two guests wbz news time one twentyone bestselling books and blockbuster movies now a certain wizard looks set to bring the magic to broadway as we hear from cbs's deborah rodriguez a grownup harry potter made his debut on broadway in the curse child harry's thirty seven and the play going through a magical midlife crisis the reviews magical to creator jk rollings the ultimate ready to us us by british people will my place so yes quite extraordinary the play's been a sold out hit in london since it opened two years ago it's a two parter for a total of five hours of stage time deborah rodriguez cbs news new york that don't country singer shania twain apologizing today for saying she would've voted for donald trump as president twain is canadian so she did not vote in the us election when asked by the guardian newspaper about her response she said she wasn't prepared for that question and was trying to express how mr trump has connected with a certain segment of the population of the united states and in california a baby raccoon halted traffic in northern california after he crawled inside the engine compartment of an suv that was stopped at a traffic light east bay times reporting police lieutenant fred dour thought he came across a traffic crash in emoryville on friday when he saw all the cars parked and people standing around using their cell phones but he quickly learned they had stopped because the driver of an suv thought a raccoon e saw in the street had climbed inside his vehicle dour open the hood and used a poll to free the six week old raccoon whom an animal animal officer later named throttle the baby raccoon was taken to a shelter and is now being transferred to a wildlife rescue centre outside san francisco the soldiers were driving cracks to a court foulup and an alleged attacker is allowed to flee the country system thank you for coming on nightside with dan ray lewis headache horrific victimize people courts should be ashamed of them stand ray next day wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time one twenty three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes and here is david struggling oh we've.

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