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Bitcoin Drops Below $51,000 and Analyst Says Further Downside on the Horizon
"I was reading the news on my phone today. They're like bitcoin slides. You know and i go to chuckle. That's not a slide down a fifty one. I like it okay when it goes down thirty or maybe it goes just to like it allies time let me know. Now you're kinda like so if you watch news and you watch. What's going on crypto. it's it's just ridiculous. You can tell that. The news is not be written as not being written by people who have been in the crypto market. Very long i mean they. You know hey. Rip van winkle the kind of woke up when bitcoin was like fifty seven and they thought that was the low you know and i o sixty oh no sliding backwards right so. Listen if you've been listening to this show any length of time you know. We've been talking about this a long time mike the very first time we had edward on to sixty four two hundred sixty four crazy right
Ohio Among Top States for Long-Term Care COVID Vaccine
"The state of ohio at the head of the pack when it comes to getting the kovac nineteen vaccine into long care facilities. According to data by state updated yesterday. Ohio has administered the fifth highest number of doses nationally through the cdc's pharmacy partnership for long term. Care program that federal initiative is wrapping up. But there's still a need says. Peter van winkle who heads the ohio healthcare association. There are new people who come into facilities all the time. Their new admissions their new staff members that are hired and we need to have a mechanism for those folks to get actually governor. Mike dewine is expected to release additional information this week about a new maintenance vaccination program that picks up the providers complete the federal program cova cases in the states nursing homes have fallen more than seventy seven percent since november which governor says is a testament to the states aggressive vaccination efforts in long term care facilities. Mary sherman reporting. This story was produced in association with media and the public interest funded in part by the george gone foundation. Ohio has administered more than three hundred sixteen thousand covid nineteen vaccine doses in long term care facilities and more than ninety five. Thousand residents of workers have received a second dose.
"van winkle" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Way have 9 34 million regulation Packers have a 49 45 lead over the Mustangs Mustangs looking to try and dig into this four point deficit is it came roaring back in the second half. It was a 12 point deficit, now down to four. Of the key Breitenbach looking down low trying to get the fight spice turnaround jumper up off the iron. No good. Get the rebound. Fighting forward is Murali Simon and pushing Temple. The other way. Looking right hand side gets it over to Van Winkle back over to Simon. Top of the key looking for geese and takes the three is up and go nicely done. Great passing and another execution. Another skip past skips the player of the top of the key. Give it to the left wing. The decent steps into the three knocks it down. 30 to 45 pack of lead over the most things under nine minutes remaining a jumper from just inside the three point line by Fei Stop and no good. We have to merge with the rebound and going the other way will be decent. And the Packers 45 million regulation looking to drive going around a couple of lust, things. The shot was alternate block Go. Another way will be Cheyenne. As they look to try and get something going here trailing by seven With 8.5 remaining also know James that Metcalf is on the bench right now for shy in getting a bit of a breather. She's had a big second half of the Mustang Stop. Lik E three is up and fatherly cashes in. She has six points in the half. It's a four point game Packers 52 Mustang 48 8 17 remaining in regulation. You now forget to stay tuned for your satellite solutions Postgame show longer See apparel player of the game. At the conclusion of this one topic, Kiki's and looking from left to right, right hand corner. Riley. Simon's three is up off the iron and no good.
"van winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"So i don't understand the i guess i don't understand the game all the city like just not even use one inside gaming they're like i don't get like twitch and watching people play video games like i remember being a kid when i used to play video games and like how i had no patience for waiting so i would just turn. People watched for hours. People make a living just playing and other people are watching. It's amazing i don't understand it. I don't get it but guys sign up for our twitter. We're doing morio bros. One two and three savage. Thank you so much for joining us. Good luck tomorrow on the decades. I think it's really getting more at least your moving Tell everybody can follow you on the social media's and keep track of what you're up to and all that good stuff yeah. I need to start posting more on social media. I'm travis van winkle on on instagram. tv dub on twitter and. i don't even think i use facebook anymore. it's fit dude. People use not in the united states. And your talk some something like i'll get back to you on that on my board. Why your one of your new boards. I wanted to be your tiktok different idea. I love your first tiktok. Should be promoting this podcast. I love it. I think that's a great idea. That's a deal. If i ever get on tiktok it will be to promote this by the way. I appreciate your guys show. I like the banter. You guys that for. I love your approach on these hallmark films. They it's really dynamic and fun. And i appreciate you guys have me on. Thanks love it. I love having you i love you. Is that too much. It is too much. That's on me everybody How about we just leave by telling you and the we're going to be the first to wish you a merry christmas. Homework is a bramble jam. Podcast is produced by bringing graham presented by friendly. Td our lovely set is decorated by plum. Home the core you can check them out of plumb own main dot com for more information on bramble jim Bremerton podcast dot com every bramble jan podcast ad free with a brain gym plus dot com..
"van winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"You good for you. How dare you trader to the south travis. I'm from florida. And so you know. I'm a traitor to the south. So you move out there. How long was it before you decided to take that acting class. Why did you decide was like everyone else is doing us a mines. We'll give it a shot. How did that happen. And what how. Many times go into that classic. Take for you to be like. I wanna keep keep doing this. Keep going forward. So is my second. Dan l. a. And i came out here. I come out a couple of months prior. And i got a print and a modeling agent and i got a job at red lobster so i had everything all set up for me los angeles. Red lobster lobsters. Great good to me. So right when i got into the acting class i immediately knew okay. Let me backtrack. I came out for the summer i was. I just finished up my junior college. And i came up for the summer just to see what was like and with in two days i started the acting class and i knew i was not going back to the university that i was at that was not going to go back and study business management. I was not going to go back to georgia just as my new destination. This is my new dream. It happened like that. And from there. I i i just. I threw myself into a jumped into every class. That i could. I surrounded myself with all sorts of actor friends and was was studying acting like crazy and it became an obsession am session. The hard core of sometimes an unhealthy obsession for for now almost two decades. How what's the first thing you booked first thing you remember booking. The first big thing was that so raven which was a really fun. I i got to be. I had visions. I could see the future. But only when i kissed raising it was it was this thing and i got to kiss the other girl in it and so i was in my twenties early twenties. And i'm thinking. Wow i get to hang out with pretty girls and i get. I get to get paid to make friends into kiss girls. This is amazing. Yes so that was it. That was a big one. Big one for me big win. I remember that is the thing that i really is. Double vision was. The there wasn't a joe. I watch episode of that either. Yeah i what is the thing because that was in a few other things from four here. What's the thing that you booked you went. Okay i'm never going to red lobster again. I'm going to do this. This is what. I'm doing good question. So i i transfer lobster to the chart house which was a classier restroom. Cheddar bay biscuits their biscuits. But we had a beautiful view the ocean and it was a good little job that i had and i looked a movie called accepted. Yeah really cool. College com hill and justin long blake. Lively really really good. Cast i booked that movie. I believe that was two thousand five and there was a particular ritual that happens at this restaurant. 'cause there's a lot of other artists and actors musicians in people that really chasing their dreams working as as on waitstaff. When ever you would transition from there and really be able to commit to your craft and work on your craft full-time and make a living with your with your art. You they would basically take. You would quit the restaurant they would take you out to the ocean and they would throw you in ritual things so they took the drag me down the ocean against my will see supposed to all types of the like dragging me. I'm fighting and suing the ocean. And i remember i just took my shoes and this is not the best choice to do for the environment but i took my shoes and it was very symbolic through them into the ocean and they said i will never work at a restaurant again. I will only make my living as an actor. Wow i mean if i would have stayed in that position for the next four minutes. I'm sure the shoes would have just come right back to try again. But i don't remember doing that. I just remember launching the shoes out and being like. I'm an actor fantastic while i asked us to every guest and most of them humor me a particularly memorable bad audition like you left. Wow that was awful. They're not calling anything like particularly bad. Yeah i'm still. That's just part of the deal is you're you're learning how to stick when you first started driving your car. You're not the best driver you know you have to really. You have to know how to use all your mirrors. You have to understand that. Other people are also driving in their own. Little worlds you you. You have a lot that you have to process all at once and it takes a long time to really find your groove and feel really good at it. And i think in the process of of understanding how to use my instrument and understanding what auditions were. An understanding that rejection is a huge part of the game I definitely felt my face a lot. I have one audition where i went in. I was supposed to play a cop. And i didn't know that you weren't supposed to run around the room in like like really pretend like i had this whole lake. Fake gun thing. And i remember like jump on the couch and i got up and i ran across. The church is trying to videotape me. This whole time and this is for a series regular role which clearly wasn't ready. And a lotta times in addition you you just want to be subtle you wanna get in there and get out and you can. If you have to have a big moment where you you pull a gun on somebody you can do it with. Just look and it doesn't have to be this whole thing where you're running around so i think i left out audition thinking i did. Great rushed it and the feedback. That i got was that that it's never gonna happen and then like i need to calm down a little bit not try so hard. I mean i've had people tell me terrible things after dishes before. And it's just part of the deal is part of the learning kirk. I love it. We're gonna take a quick break. We're gonna be back here like the homework back. I don't usually ask about working with other actors but my my producer tracy would kill me. You've done episode of malcolm in the middle. She's the biggest. Frankie muniz fan house. Frankie frankie is great this. This was a long time ago back actually play basketball with a couple of times afterwards. And he's he's really down to earth really lay back and just good dude so i. I only have good good experiences with them. Is there anybody we'd ask you about. You would say negative things about. I would say no comment like house working for michael bay. You know you can say dude. The genius he's he's he knows what he's doing with that question he's he he. Actually this guy knows his stuff he smart dude. He knows he knows exactly what he's making. I was just seeing what i'd get their shot you now. You're all everybody we talked to their. Imdb filmography is eclectic yours even seemingly more so than others. I mean you've been in a ton of sitcoms people have heard of and tv dramas and big time movies. A horror movies action movies. Is there a particular fit for you that you think is your.
"van winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Wow winkle heads calm down winkle heads are hero lacks everybody stop. Email us calling us when he again. When are you gonna get them back. It's the and the phone lines have been jammed with winkle heads and this is our fault because we have one eight hundred winkled we have that phone number which is not enough numbers but it doesn't matter it's it's very rare that after one movie and actor comes on the show that's very rare but to that they already have fan base after one movie. We're not talking about just anybody. Or we're talking about the one. And the only travis van winkle travis sir how you doing you know you bring up a really sensitive subjects. Have a lot of trauma. People mispronounced my last name. And they'll forget the van and they'd just say well. Hello mr winkle or travis winkle and there's always a moment where i have to stop. It sits the forgot van. It's van van winkle but you guys have created a thing from it. And i love it. Now it's the winkle ahead so you guys are helping me heels and trauma. We're doing the best we can. Now did you see we. We were on good morning america. I talked about your movie on national television. I don't know if you saw this said you gotta watch this movie. I saw on national television. I said guy. This is the weekend before the movie project with christmas. Wish wish was coming out. I slowly remember the name brand is the project it's christmas related. And there's a wish broddrick Talked about it on national. Tv and said winkle said the winkle heads are coming out just off the top of my head and the people laughed and then got on the on the twitter. And now we're talking about all the time. The yes so winkle heads unite. Where here police. T shirt with winkle heads on it i love and travis speaking of the winkle heads so winkle heads are gonna be out and full force tomorrow for the decky that's right. I don't know if you've heard about our award show. The deputies first annual is tomorrow and you are nominated for the smolder to burn best male performance of the year while very excited europe again. heavy hitters. Strath you're having some heavy hitters. I would like to see my my mom for always just being a great mother to me for my dad for you really provided a Stellar income for our family. And it's brought me to where i am today and i just wanna say thank you to my parents. I appreciate that. Because i have to. We're through. we're getting everybody for their acceptance speeches and so you just save time. I don't have to scrap. Been at least by. Imdb you've been doing this for seventeen years. Did you ever think you'd get to the point. Where decky nomination was coming your way. I mean i. I've been manifesting this for quite a few years so i'm not surprised. No but i mean this crazy. That's been Seventeen plus years. You know when you when i moved out here. I didn't know what was going to happen. I just knew that. I wanted to become an actor and play the game and it's just unraveled. And you know continue. It's it's so much fun to be. So i'm just happy to be on your guys shown that we're talking about the work. Love it. well let's take us back eighteen plus years to win before you were an actor kind of how did you get interested in it did. Was it what you want it to be as a kid. What kind of made you finally take the leap into acting Seventeen years ago so definitely didn't see it happening as a kid. I wanted to be in the nfl for a long time. Where are you from. I'm from georgia. You okay right here. Allina we're in greenville. So about two hours from atlanta were you a falcons. Fan love when michael came through. That was amazing. But i was always a redskins fan before i talk any further. How do i change it to our. I'm not just looking. I'm looking at myself on two screens face twice. It's just whenever you whenever you go. We're changing the screens. Here live for video. And so whenever television travis for that hit my face in front of the camera. I'm kidding i'm how so. How do i just not see. Mice just just could just cover your eyes because it's gonna look above it and talk okay so i'll just okay. Yes i always wanted to be in in the nfl. And i never really thought about being an actor. But i used to have my mom's friend. Tammy darby she would always tell me that. I needed to model needed to act. I needed to be in from the cameras. Tammy tammy always. There's always a tammy around. And so that kind of got the idea. Percolating think and then my friend in in high school he was an abercrombie and fitch model and all the girls. He's like on the bags of the posters and the girls were very much into him. I asked like how did you do that. Don't do that and He introduced me to his agency. And i submit a photo and i submitted a photo of pot that i had are big time kind a football and i sent a photo of me doing that and they they were like. You're the the pig i come in. Let's talk and when i started college. I got into a little bit of modeling and like i was in walmart. That's when i knew. I really made it. I made it into had a big spread inside of walmart. And i remember that. Spread those a good spread Jerry memorable memorable. But i started. I started getting in front of the camera modeling. I i never really thought about acting. I had to do one scene in high school for a drama class. That's the only time i've i've ever acted beforehand and i had to play drunk driving a car for all who can hollerin' and we're on stage and we're In a car and something happens in crash and then we all die. Fall out of the car. That's the only thing. I remember about acting hope that it's not symbolic my career for like a psa or like a very special episode like why are we doing. That seem guess. Our teacher was just trying to to give us lessons through art. And it it Yeah i remember having a good time and be frightened at my. I was so scared to do that. Scene in front of everybody but it was exhilarating. So i don't know i never really thought about. It never really thought about being an actor until i came out to los angeles for the summer and then it just jumped into an acting class. I was like. I'm feeling all these things and i wanna keep feeling these things and i was just off to the races could be me i. I'm from south carolina. I've been a southerner my whole life. I don't detect a big accents with you at all like a big southern accent. Is that something you worked out of. And just got rid of over the years living in los angeles or is that something that you just never had grown up like a lot of people to gateway words to the southern dialect. Y'all fixing yup. Fixing to get ready every time. Cut cut those out and you're southern accent will disappear dissolve into the background and i think i had casting director pretty early on. Tell me that i was. I had a southern accent. And i was surprised. No i don't roth and at that moment. I started to work going forward on relieving myself. This accident so when you come home to the south do you get the accident back. Does it all right back into it..
"van winkle" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
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"van winkle" Discussed on Stories Podcast
"Yes said a fellow are you federal or? neither rip said utterly confused. Well, who did you vote for then? I'm sorry Vote AAH strip I'm a loyal subject to King George the third. He thought it was the right answer. Even if you didn't like some distant king telling you what to do at the time that wasn't something you said in polite company or even Rowdy Company like this. Oh, English loyalist cried the fellow. Don't you believe in America? America I listen I don't know what's going on here. where is Mr. vetter I worked for him here and he'll tell you. I'm a good guy. Now. It was the crowds turned to look confused, but a lady spoke up. Mr vetter moved away about ten years ago. She said Gosh how long have you been away? only a night rip said, but he suddenly wasn't sure he thought about his rusted Musket, his long and wild beard, those strange men and their strange punch. I lived here for five years and I've never seen you before said, one of the INN's patrons and a chorus of voices all agreed. Do you know Dame winkle has anyone seen. Dame winkle rip asked. She moved West about fifteen years ago with a new husband said the lady after a first husband never came back from the mountains. She met a nice man and moved on and I will say that Hubby number two is a real cutie. What who never came back I'm back I'm Rip Van Winkle. Or Not said the man that's rid-. Then wrinkle he pointed to another man just now coming out of the in rip looked and then did a double take the man looked nearly shots like him why he could almost be him. Oh wait wait said the lady that there is Rip Van Winkle Junior. Are you rip it can't be you it's been twenty years or something. Twenty. Years Rip said as he remembered the joke, he had made to the strange men in the mountains I've been gone twenty years. Dad The. Young van winkle man said pushing through the Crowd Dad Oh, it's really you and wolf to. Wolf said wagging his tail and sniffing at the man who he had last seen as a boy where have you been? Why went hunting up in the woods rip said. And I met a man in strange clothes carrying a keg up the mountain so I helped him out then he went and met some front. So I watched them do some pooling I had a little punch and and then I just lay down for a quick nap. Oh we've heard the thunder of the fairy bowling. Knows those catskill woods are enchanted. That explains it. You drank some fairy brew they gave you twenty years. Rest. Rip. Sank down to the porch realizing he'd gotten exactly the row ward he'd.
"van winkle" Discussed on Stories Podcast
"Soft grass and shade it is. He said stumbling out of the cave with the dog on his heels. He's sprawled into the grass and was pleased to find that it was as soft as advertised. All right. Good nap wolf he said stretching out. Said Wolfe stretching right out next to him. Together, they fell into a deep and peaceful sleep. The good long rest that Rip van winkle had only dreamed about. He awoke the Sun was low and golden on the horizon like warm butter on toast. He stretched his arms and rubbed Wolf who stretched his paws and yawned mightily. Oh man that was a proper nap rip said best we get home before dark though roof roof agreed wolf. Rip Sat up and was shocked to find that Wolf was as fluffy as a sheep his for out wide in every direction. He was surprised. But not as surprised as when he realized his own hair and beard had grown while he slept kid had a little brown stubble that morning. But now it was a fine silver flow down to nearly his waist. All what was in that punch we drank. Wolves shook himself and a small mountain of further shed free. Go we better get home. Rip grabbed his Musket and was again shocked when it fell to. In his hand the medal was rusted through and the would was green and rotted. What. In the world he said looking down at his ruined weapon. I think someone's playing a joke on us. Wolf agreed. Rip Van Winkle shook his head and started down the mountain trail Wolf Shuffling along beside him. The forest around him seemed a little strange. He couldn't put his finger on exactly what was different the cliffs in the mountain were utterly unchanged but something about the trail itself seemed just a little off. He shook his head new beard waggling and pushed onto town. But town was different to. What. How old rip whispered to Wolf Wolf whispered back. The town rip was much the same as the one he left, but there were more buildings. Some were taller others had been updated and painted fresh. Still he saw the old kings in standing like always at the center of town and he headed that way to get his bearings. Got Closer though he saw that even the in had changed, the English flag was gone replaced with some stars and stripes even the picture of King George had changed replaced by some American general named Washington. What was in that paunch? He asked himself again. A crowd of arguing people emerged from the in and when they saw rip standing there in the street they circled around him. Excuse me Yes. Excuse me. We need you to settle a debate for us. One.
"van winkle" Discussed on Stories Podcast
"What do you think wolf? He asks the dog sprawling onto his back who seems like a good place to haunt to me. Wolf spun a Half Dozen Times Doug at the ground and then sprawled out right beside his owner. Rips smiled in the shade enjoying his favorite pastime until he heard the sounds of someone struggling nearby. He cocked one eye open and tilted his head to listen and Wolf did the same. PROBABLY NOTHING RIP SAID LAYING HIS HEAD BACK DOWN Oh my good- back called the voice nearby. Rip Beyond and rolled up to his feet he was lazy but he wasn't about to let someone get hurt. Easy Buddy, he called into the trees coming to help. Through called. Wolf. Sorry man that's right. RIP said we're coming to help. Rip. Stumbled back onto the trail and found a strange old man carrying a strange old sailors keg. A. Keg is a big barrel for holding drinks and this was the biggest barely won that rip had seen. The man himself was tall and slender with strange pants that bunched at the knee and lots of fancy jackets with lots of fancy buttons. Glut me help is spell rip said taking the keg onto his own shoulder where you're headed friend. Dongku and thanks the man said, these old shoulders aren't as strong as they used to be. He pointed up the catskills to a craggy cave mouth. I'm meeting my friends up there. This is the punch for our game today the old man said. As, Rip Van Winkle and Wolf craned their necks to look at the cave. They were shaken by a sudden burst of thunder like a fist punching through the sky it roared out of the mouth of the cave and a chorus of muffled voices cheered. Where late for the game, the old man said quick with that punch now and you could have a glass or to. Rip had gotten awfully thirsty carrying the keg and he was curious but also a little afraid to see what the thunder was all about..
"van winkle" Discussed on Stories Podcast
"Rip Van Winkle. Once, upon a time, there was a pleasant ruddy man named Rip Van Winkle. He lived in a small town in the catskill mountains on a farm with his wife, his son and an old dog named Wolf. Rip Van Winkle was Nice enough. But he was also as lazy as a person can be always finding ways to wiggle out of work. He was happy enough to help his neighbors with a bag here and a bucket there but he saw no benefit to working at home preferring to lay around with wolf in the shade. To be fair, his little farm mostly grew weeds and stunted cabbages and most of those were eaten by his. MANGY cow. Come on now George Rip would say while he scratched her fondly behind the ears we've got to leave some cabbage for the Soup K. The cow would just move back at him crunching and chewing and paying him. No mind at all. Rip had named his Cow George after the King of England, declaring them to be equally useless and difficult. This was in the early days before America was its own country back. Then the states were just a colony of England and were ruled from far away by the English King? George third. A lot of Americans didn't think it was a very fair way to be ruled, but they haven't quite decided what to do about it yet. In the same way dame winkle rips wife hadn't quite decided what to do about her lazy husband at first she was always trying to get him to help out but she quickly found that to be a losing battle. Over the years, they had figured out a system though on his days off, rip was free to go off to hunt or fish as long as he came home with a big trout or a rabbit for dinner, he was free to nap away most of the day in the shade with his dog the two were perfect pair sprawled and snoring with rips grabby backpack for a pillow..
"van winkle" Discussed on The Struggle Bus: Self-Care, Mental Health, and Other Hilarious Stuff
"All kinds of fund rewards One of our usual rewards which is a archive of the bonus episodes. We've recorded. We've actually like just made that freely available to everyone you can find that on the Patriot on But if you want other membership rewards you can get that there I recently sent out a couple struggle bus tease which is pretty exciting. Which you got after being a member for three months I have shoot. I have to t shirts. They're amazing. Nice Yeah I sent one all the way to Australia. You can believe it so it's nice to have someone repping the the struggle boss and I'm GonNa try to do an Australian accent which I feel like is the thing that you're supposed to do as an American whenever you mentioned Australia and I'm just going to see them right over that so that's the patron cool So we have some. We have a big show today. We're going to just do our things. Oh Oh man I. I don't know man like I woke up. What's the story about the guy who goes to sleep for like a hundred years and wakes after whatever is that a retail it's not rapunzel it's It's is that echoed crane or. Is that the headless Horseman Sandwich. It's the one In a look at apple look I I could easily Google but I'm not going to. The point is okay. Thank you the point is that. I woke up this morning and I felt like I was waking up from being dead for like one hundred years so I'm tired and disoriented Rip Van Winkle Rip Van Winkle like I said Yeah I feel like Rip Van Winkle but I'm okay like I'm fine but like just I think we would be remiss to not mention that the life is really like tiring right now. Yeah Yeah Wednesday just Just left me. We're recording on on a Thursday crutches. Thursday it's allegedly. Yeah we're all like messed up and like my schedule has totally I? Everything is just is just like kind of a weird Amorphous Blob of time and it's every day is a question of like. How am I going to sculpt this time blob and every day as a surprise? Yeah how fun. Yeah it's a really good time But actually so that's a that's a transition that I'm going to take advantage of talking about this article Yes it has. Oh with the headline training for this our entire lives. And it's by. It's by Todd EMCO. Who's a listener of the struggle bus and the the dog parent of Piggy a very adorable service animal legged SOG piggy offer talk about Peggy for a second piggy is literally the best thing ever piggy is emotional service dog as well and can tell when you're feeling sad and goes up to people randomly and just knows when they're feeling sad so piggies doing overtime? Feel Yeah I feel like yeah piggies like working around the clock probably because picky so good at like human beings But todd takes piggy to schools and and Kids come up to piggy initials relieved beautiful disease. There's a lot of videos about Peggy. But were all linked to this on. Go Bus PODCAST. Dot Com this. Article's really interesting so yes there is really at article by Todd. And it's like talking about how What will the idea is basically that there are many people out there who are what what everyone is experiencing right now in a way there are people who have been kind of you know quote unquote like he says training for this their entire lives so lang todd says as as a severe obsessive compulsive disorder post traumatic stress disorder anxiety sufferer someone with compromised immune system? I know that people like me of spending our entire lives self isolating compulsively washing your hands in dealing with systemic exploitation of our plight and then the article he just he just goes on to talk about the various strategies that He uses in. That are familiar to him for like just dealing with the reality that we're in right now and it's really it's really interesting. It's really helpful. It's published in a mad in Asia Pacific and you can willing to it in the show notes but it's it's really good. I reread at this morning. And there's just like just a bunch of Just like awesome tips in there and not just tips but like just someone talking about you know aspects of a lot of us are feeling right now and it just feels really nice to kind of have that you know be recognized like called out so check that out as someone who has. Ocd and anxiety These are not the things I'm used to like washing. The hands is not my thing. You know checking doors or you know not talking to people and so. I've learned to adapt right so I think it's it's a really beat Florida about adapting and and how our anxiety is you know it can be real and you know we. We talk a lot about What's the word you use the Rip Van Winkle. Yeah no but sort of like just sort of like over thinking things and thinking like Oh. This isn't a catastrophic catastrophic thinking. That's all right. Thank you and and at this point we can think that way and I think that that's in in a very strange way Very welcome for those of us who have catastrophic thinking it's like okay Yeah yeah one thing that like. I can't remember if you and me were talking about this I forget who I spoke about anything on Zoom meeting with the I know. Yeah totally but like I. I've been feeling like Like my in a weird way. I especially felt this way in the very beginning of all of this I when people were like really starting to come around to how serious this was When people finally started to come around I was. I felt like finally relieved in a way. Oh well yeah absolutely but like that my like my like anxiety and vigilance about the world and its dangers and being safe that like other people were finally like thinking about that too and there are many people who think about that all the time because there are plenty of people in our country who are under extreme threat all the time just by virtue of they are but but like. I think that until this happened and like reality set in for a lot of people There were there. Were just a lot of people who aren't accustomed to thinking about what it means to live in uncertainty and to feel you know that the state not only will not protect you but is actively harming you And that there's chaos outside your doors and all the stuff and there's something about like people kind of also realizing that that's happening that made me feel like finally people are getting what I've always gotten like you know just because like we. We all have our own things that were bringing to everything in like my one of the things I bring to. Everything is being hyper vigilant and being like Yeah like thinking catastrophically cause me to spiral and have like not unproductive thoughts but cows probably thinking is also what has like my my like history of catastrophic making my propensity for it is. I think what has positioned me me personally to like. Be Relatively okay during all of this Yeah I'm very surprised. How calm I am during all this. You know I went through my spiral a few weeks ago. Like oh no and now like I'm good right so it's like these are things that we we just talked to our doctors and talk to our friends and it turns out that a lot of people that we know have had this or are carriers and it's very serious and we should take seriously but I like that people are well. I don't like anything about this but I like the people are finally taking it seriously and so when I tell people they're like oh myself as well and I'm like oh now we're sharing and unfortunately I mean this may be we'll go into your your next segment of debris Jabra of I really wish people took this more seriously if they aren't already Know New Yorkers are taking this seriously because we're very close spaces but I see a lot of things on social media where people are like but can I just walk around the block and do this friend and it's like no no. You're hurting us. If you if you heard other people you could be a carrier. I'm sorry to get negative sally. That's fine but do you want to like. How are you feeling are you? Are you doing? Okay just want people to know listening wisely. Yes how allies I am doing. A thousand percent better. I have I still have a low fever which is weird but you know it is what it is and I feel a thousand percent better. I've been just cleaning the apartment and cook and food as much as I can the even though my landlord turned the gas off. But that's another subject entirely but Who'll cool thing to do and great to do it Geno Shit But I'm I'm physically feeling a lot better than I was last month. So awesome okay but but but everyone in my neighborhood is even my downstairs neighbor. I mean I don't WanNa blow up any one spot but there's people in my building that have had it as well and we're all just recovering but we're all doing social distance. We check our mail and check in one I'm going downstairs now. Your turn like we're we're taking this very seriously. So that's awesome. I'm really glad to hear that you have like a kind of a building wide like unified front which is awesome and even the cats upstairs. We did facetime. I told you yesterday or in. I've got We did face time with the cats but like we're not like I'm literally ten feet away from them and yet we're not interacting be safe so of course. I really really hope everyone out there. Listening is doing the same thing. Because I know you're in a different spot or area and you can go out in your front yard and stuff like that but like please. Please take this very seriously. Yeah well that's a good segment. Who are Jabber? Do you WANNA go first. You want me to go first okay. Great so let me get like some fun cool stuff out of the way. Which is that Kuku yet which is that. I am doing another actual play stream. This one is dungeons and dragons fifth edition. I watched one of the episodes. You're Oh my God that's amazing. Thank you for watching. Yes so it's being so it's being run by Aram Vartanian who Is of the Gods Fall podcast which is like an incredible de actual play. It's like a whole Universe Aram and his players Created and if you go to the Gods Vol Youtube you can see the first three episodes that we recorded you can also watch us live At twitch dot TV slash God's fall that's G. O. D. S. FA L. L. and that. Actually if this episode drops when I think it's going to drop and you're listening to it on the day that it drops you can watch tonight and drop. I love that at seven PM Eastern time. So it's with Iran and that's also with Shane e Shen of the total party. Throw podcast which is one of my favorite podcasts. A role playing game show on they talk about playing games and game design and game lower and how to play games and Like well and in a way that makes it fun for everyone. So they're great and The other person on the actual play is Dylan. Who has now become my twitter friend and Israel cool and is in Canada and as a physicist which are the two most interesting details that can be up like about anyone if you're Canadian and the physicists. Like you're batting a thousand so. I'M GONNA go moved to candidate right now. Yeah exactly as as are we all so anyway. Check that out that's been really really fun And then so. Oh yeah okay. So that's the fun thing I wanted to talk about now. I'm just going to talk about I just wrote in our. I'm still really mad but I love I. I'm waiting for this right now. I I'm I'm living for this moment..
Rip Van Winkle
"We have some. We have a big show today. We're going to just do our things. Oh Oh man I. I don't know man like I woke up. What's the story about the guy who goes to sleep for like a hundred years and wakes after whatever is that a retail it's not rapunzel it's It's is that echoed crane or. Is that the headless Horseman Sandwich. It's the one In a look at apple look I I could easily Google but I'm not going to. The point is okay. Thank you the point is that. I woke up this morning and I felt like I was waking up from being dead for like one hundred years so I'm tired and disoriented Rip Van Winkle Rip Van Winkle like I said Yeah I feel like Rip Van Winkle but I'm okay like I'm fine but like just I think we would be remiss to not mention that the life is really like tiring right now. Yeah Yeah Wednesday just Just left me. We're recording on on a Thursday crutches. Thursday it's allegedly. Yeah we're all like messed up and like my schedule has totally I? Everything is just is just like kind of a weird Amorphous Blob of time and it's every day is a question of like. How am I going to sculpt this time blob and every day as a surprise? Yeah how fun. Yeah it's a really good time But actually so that's a that's a transition that I'm going to take advantage of talking about this article Yes it has. Oh with the headline training for this our entire lives. And it's by. It's by Todd EMCO. Who's a listener of the struggle bus and the the dog parent of Piggy a very adorable service animal legged SOG piggy offer talk about Peggy for a second piggy is literally the best thing ever piggy is emotional service dog as well and can tell when you're feeling sad and goes up to people randomly and just knows when they're feeling sad so piggies doing overtime? Feel Yeah I feel like yeah piggies like working around the clock probably because picky so good at like human beings But todd takes piggy to schools and and Kids come up to piggy initials relieved beautiful disease. There's a lot of videos about Peggy. But were all linked to this on. Go Bus PODCAST. Dot Com this. Article's really interesting so yes there is really at article by Todd. And it's like talking about how What will the idea is basically that there are many people out there who are what what everyone is experiencing right now in a way there are people who have been kind of you know quote unquote like he says training for this their entire lives so lang todd says as as a severe obsessive compulsive disorder post traumatic stress disorder anxiety sufferer someone with compromised immune system? I know that people like me of spending our entire lives self isolating compulsively washing your hands in dealing with systemic exploitation of our plight and then the article he just he just goes on to talk about the various strategies that He uses in. That are familiar to him for like just dealing with the reality that we're in right now and it's really it's really interesting. It's really helpful. It's published in a mad in Asia Pacific and you can willing to it in the show notes but it's it's really good. I reread at this morning. And there's just like just a bunch of Just like awesome tips in there and not just tips but like just someone talking about you know aspects of a lot of us are feeling right now and it just feels really nice to kind of have that you know be recognized like called out so check that out as someone who has. Ocd and anxiety These are not the things I'm used to like washing. The hands is not my thing. You know checking doors or you know not talking to people and so. I've learned to adapt right so I think it's it's a really beat Florida about adapting and and how our anxiety is you know it can be real and you know we. We talk a lot about What's the word you use the Rip Van Winkle. Yeah no but sort of like just sort of like over thinking things and thinking like Oh. This isn't a catastrophic catastrophic thinking. That's all right. Thank you and and at this point we can think that way and I think that that's in in a very strange way Very welcome for those of us who have catastrophic thinking it's like okay Yeah yeah one thing that like. I can't remember if you and me were talking about this I forget who I spoke about anything on Zoom meeting with the I know. Yeah totally but like I. I've been feeling like Like my in a weird way. I especially felt this way in the very beginning of all of this I when people were like really starting to come around to how serious this was When people finally started to come around I was. I felt like finally relieved in a way. Oh well yeah absolutely but like that my like my like anxiety and vigilance about the world and its dangers and being safe that like other people were finally like thinking about that too and there are many people who think about that all the time because there are plenty of people in our country who are under extreme threat all the time just by virtue of they are but but like. I think that until this happened and like reality set in for a lot of people There were there. Were just a lot of people who aren't accustomed to thinking about what it means to live in uncertainty and to feel you know that the state not only will not protect you but is actively harming you And that there's chaos outside your doors and all the stuff and there's something about like people kind of also realizing that that's happening that made me feel like finally people are getting what I've always gotten like you know just because like we. We all have our own things that were bringing to everything in like my one of the things I bring to. Everything is being hyper vigilant and being like Yeah like thinking catastrophically cause me to spiral and have like not unproductive thoughts but cows probably thinking is also what has like my my like history of catastrophic making my propensity for it is. I think what has positioned me me personally to like. Be Relatively okay during all of this Yeah I'm very surprised. How calm I am during all this. You know I went through my spiral a few weeks ago. Like oh no and now like I'm good right so it's like these are things that we we just talked to our doctors and talk to our friends and it turns out that a lot of people that we know have had this or are carriers and it's very serious and we should take seriously but I like that people are well. I don't like anything about this but I like the people are finally taking it seriously and so when I tell people they're like oh myself as well and I'm like oh now we're sharing and unfortunately I mean this may be we'll go into your your next segment of debris Jabra of I really wish people took this more seriously if they aren't already Know New Yorkers are taking this seriously because we're very close spaces but I see a lot of things on social media where people are like but can I just walk around the block and do this friend and it's like no no. You're hurting us. If you if you heard other people you could be a carrier. I'm sorry to get negative sally. That's fine but do you want to like. How are you feeling are you? Are you doing? Okay just want people to know listening wisely. Yes how allies I am doing. A thousand percent better. I have I still have a low fever which is weird but you know it is what it is and I feel a thousand percent better. I've been just cleaning the apartment and cook and food as much as I can the even though my landlord turned the gas off. But that's another subject entirely
More than 450 Oklahoma inmates released in mass commutation
"In Oklahoma Terry and van Winkle is one of more than four hundred fifty inmates to walk free in what state officials consider the largest single day mass commutation in U. S. history life outside doing the wrong thing it's so easy knowing going out there to do the right thing scares me to death all nonviolent property convictions this is ABC
More than 450 Oklahoma inmates released in massive commutation
"Is the largest single day commutation in U. S. history the Oklahoma pardon and parole board voted Friday to commute the sentences of five hundred twenty seven inmates throughout that state most of the inmates had charges that have been downgraded from felonies misdemeanors during their incarceration Terry and van Winkle served fifteen months of a ten year sentence before she was one of those inmates
Today's Famous Birthdays
"The wife of the king of the cowboys have more Roger she died February seventh two thousand ten celebrating a birthday today born in nineteen twenty seven league grant cashmere award winning actress for shampoo where she played Felicia Emmy Award winning actress for Peyton place where she played Stella great actress by the way turning eighty nine Michael Collins NASA astronaut Apollo eleven command module pilot on the first moon landing mission he remained in lunar orbit while Armstrong and Aldrin walked on the lunar surface turning eighty eight years old today Dan urban rather award winning news correspondent CBS evening news as a great show on access TV yeah it's good to great great yeah yeah it's great show as matter of fact this past week usually talk to this late last week I forget anyway we'll get to that coming up born in nineteen thirty six you know better is Michael Landon actor from bonanza highway to heaven good teenage I was a teenage were with one of my favorite horror movies of all time little house on the prairie he died July first nineteen ninety one twenty seventy five right here in Texas kinky Friedman singer bandleader taxes you boys gives a great great individual turning seventy two Marlena from days of our lives Deidre hall is seventy two years old John candy would have had a birthday today he died March fourth nineteen ninety four turning sixty nine years old and I spent every Sunday morning with her Jane Polly TV host of the CBS Sunday morning news also married to Gary Trudeau the guy who brought his Doonesbury turning fifty three at a more of a singer guitarist Beastie Boys center play or play right Israel or leads and believe it or not he's fifty two years old today look what a DJ Robert van Winkle we know better is vanilla ice is fifty two years
"van winkle" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"All all you need is a bottle and the blood of a murdered man money from the basket of produce she sent him with this morning rip paused or did he sat down he worry about it later he bring home a buck but look like you just came from this lawn except that you didn't just come from US lawn you did it on like a Tuesday night watching Netflix or listening to an episode of your favorite podcasts.
"van winkle" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"The years went on and nothing really changed the weeds encroached further into the farm taking the place The cabbages and carrots rip found a community of intelligent men who sat in the shade large tree in front of King George's in where they traded in the new ideas a day rip didn't so much speak but just smoked inapt but his tobacco smelled nice so they let him stay of course then his wife found the spot where he was slacking off and doing nothing all day and whenever he was supposed to be doing boring trivial housework to survive like tilling the land to keep them alive ever selling what meager goods they produce to pay the mortgage on their farm she would come in Nag him it was one day when he saw her coming that he excused himself. the men who hadn't quite gotten his name and slipped in the store of the gunsmith the men needed payment upfront now for any work for the Van Winkle family and rip Preston if the money in his hands Ali loved he pointed to his wife who was coming down the road she would cover the rest he laughed snatched the gun some outer and rounds and took off outside in the Dirt Street Dean Van Winkle yelled after her husband telling him to stop eight and she forget all about this extreme public embarrassment Dean Van Winkle was about to grab her husband by the year and dragon back home but the gunsmiths step from more demanding payment rips snickered and duct between two houses the soft crunch of the early autumn leaves was the only thing following him in his dog.
"van winkle" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"I'm at the nothing in his hands around his belt and where's that replicated his belt oh right he said it down when he was helping bill the dogs probably got to it by now well he did remember that he needed to get that board for the cows pen to replace the Rodwin his wife the Van Winkle was taken aback Oh wow he got it then ripped shook said no he remembered that he was supposed to get it he actually just all the cow walking by the window the board must have finally routed through today his wife clinched her fists and stormed out of the House but rips had the Kawkab Grade he's he wouldn't get far yeah graze in the neighbors cabbage patch so they could buy more cabbage that they wouldn't get to eat the way shouted back before she was out of your shut rip shrugged and lumbered over to the cupboard he turned to rip junior just about nine years old and the newborn baby judith the bread sound good for dinner I was just getting it was all they had so it didn't really matter if it sounded good when rips wave came in minutes later having caught the cow she sat down exasperated next to rip at the table She would run to the store in town tomorrow the town being quarter mile away rip kissed her on the cheek thanks she was the best the wife went to the cupboard where where was the rest of the bread rip look down to his Dog Wolf O.. Rips wave groaned and went to pick some carrots and cabbage for her own now Washington Irving is kind of uncomfortably clear where he stands on rips marriage it was all the wife's fault for being vicious nagging shrew acquaint irving a tart timber never mellows with age sharp-tongued grows keener by constant use and no courage withstand the ever during an all be sitting tears of a woman's tongue this isn't the only nagging wife character in his works either I don't know I I think he probably had some issues needed to work through I say that because in my opinion though wife absolutely has point I would be so Oh annoyed if in pre revolutionary America my partner was hunting and fishing for fun instead of doing the things we needed to survive than when he did help out he most exclusively helped out other people his own family lived on a farm he had let get overrun by weeds and a K leaving just a small part of corn potatoes carrots and cabbage the eldest child rip junior lived in racks proudly proclaim that he wanted to be just like Dad and deemed van winkle ashes called the story couldn't even confide with any of her friends they were all on ripped side because as he walked through the village he would stop and help them out with any ask no matter how small while his family sat hungry at home they saw the dilapidated farm in unruly lazy kids they declared that it was the wife's fault that was her domain and it couldn't be rips fault he was great everyone loved rip rip was roused from sleep looked at his wife as she had just finished explaining that to him Oh wait they still fighting sorry he had fallen asleep car she was always nagging him wasn't so much for him to just want to enjoy his golden years in peace you're twenty nine deemed van winkle yelled we're rolling over the life expectancy in seventeen eighty colonial America's just thirty eight rip yelled back look it up on a single newspaper that comes through here once every two months those statistics are weighed heavily by infant mortality yet make it past childhood you're fine rip deemed van winkle uttered what was that repast nothing good night.
"van winkle" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"Rips family have been in the catskill mountains it's an upstate New York since before New York was even New York when it was the Dutch colony of New Netherlands with its capital New Amsterdam as we've talked about before on this by guest naming things is difficult the Swedish crown had a colonial presence in North America for about ten minutes until the ancestors of Rip Van Winkle families stormed Fort Christina put an end to that yes rip van winkles ancestors were brave enterprising and active people who made positive controversy nations to their society Rip Van Winkle was nothing like his ancestors that's not to say rip was a bad guy he wasn't a bad guy that all well he was a simple good natured fellow meakin kind a good neighbor in an obedient husband it was Tuesday and Ripley is out running errands but I had to stop off because the kids and their little Dutch settlement were playing ball than when kids ask you to play ball I mean come on he play ball after ball one of the little boys was having a hard time getting this kate near so rip helped him out with that sitting on the ground the kids begged him begged him for a story so he obliged the quick pick up game of ball turned into a three hour long stop but they were only going to be that age once he thought he didn't actually know many of their names taking his leave of the kids rip wandered into their village where after passing King George in the gunsmith down his fouling gum was repaired ripped told the man he'd have the money to pay for the gun later on that day but the man only laughed he knew rip was good for it take the gun he'd settle up with the MRS for the some his gun slung over his shoulder and his dog named Wolf at his feet rip saw something on the edge of town the squirrel he raised his gun but then realized he couldn't very well shoot in the middle of the village he trips off into the forest to catch a quick snack for later three hours after rip emerged from the forest with a Yawn Sleeps Dylan is is he had said down for arrest after the hunt and he must have dozed off ambling down through town he smiled at the young wives who were always so nice to him he stopped off to help with husking corn lifting sack of meal inside even going to the store for one to pick up something or other for a recipe she was in the middle of old bill was building offense and rip stop to help him stack stones and helped ebeneezer catches horses for ride down to New York the following morning the chill of October night on the air and the sunshine waiting to melt into the trees rip decided he better call it a day he and wolf went home deepen thought about nothing in particular rip walked on in his front door and sat down at the table for dinner wait a second rip said as he sat down at the table it was then that he was aware that the the whole room was staring at him I was supposed to pick up supplies from town rip said his wife nodded and and pick up my gun rip said with a smile got that one so where.
"van winkle" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"This week myths and legends it's the story of the famous Napper Rip Van Winkle.
"van winkle" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker
"On the line with us is Rebecca Stott. She's a professor of English literature and creative writing at the university of East Anglia. Hello, Rebecca. Thank you so much for being here today. That's all right. Plush tell us a little bit about your childhood as described in your memoir. I grew up in. I'm what seemed to me a perfectly normal family, but which was of course highly unusual. In the I was born fourth generation in to an extreme Christian fundamentalist cult important. Some people would say somebody say sect. The important thing about it is that they were set protests. So we kept away from the rest of the world. The exclusive brethren has that cooled practice extremes have participated on an extreme form of Calvinism really. So though I went to an ordinary school, I didn't. I wasn't really allowed to speak to the other children. We didn't really have books. We went to meeting something like eleven times a week for an hour. The women didn't speak in meeting. They went to loud too, and there was a lot of biblical exegesis which was largely unfathomable to four or five year old child. We had no television radio newspapers. No pets. No risk for is the idea was that we lived in as peel away as possible with no contact with the outside world. So, yeah, unusually. And when was this? I was growing up in the middle of the sixties in a tone in the UK cooled, Brighton which is so to hippie central, really, all sorts of weird and wonderful things were going on in the sort of revolution of the sixties. They'll Monson Roka's in in Brighton and and yeah, wild music, wild jaaz festivals until him. But we, we missed. If. That wasn't is sometimes as a child who we would as children with the us. You know, be rushed past television shops in case we saw anything in in the televisions that were often on in the windows. And occasionally we hear music tripping out of cafes. But by the time we left, I was about six or seven. My father had been in the brethren, all his life. He was in his thirties, and his friends told me later that he hasn't even had the Beatles, which given it was nineteen seventeen. When we left was pretty extrordinary. His friends described him as like rip van winkle. He was a preacher on gem. He might grandfather was too, and but they had really successfully managed to live a rip van winkle kind of separatist life. What were you told about the outside world? We were told that the outside world belong to say ten and that if we had contact with it. We would be am seduced by that. People were out to get us that they were Satan's people that they would trick us. They would. They would corrupt us on that. It was highly dangerous. So of course, if you parents in your grandparents and everyone, you know in the world around you is telling you that as a fact, it's very hard to imagine that they might have misunderstood all be misrepresenting things or exaggerating things isn't Shanto to a loss of brethren who grew up expiratory, who grew up presided, and you know, do internalize all of these things and believe what you'll being told and it gets transformed a child mind into pretty scary. Imaginings. I used to look at the people in the street and think you know about just try to work out. How sinful they were and how corrupt they were. And yet coups all quite baffling because they will say look like us. So yeah, that was how did what the brethren believed differ from sort of mainstream Christianity. There extemely fundamentalist beliefs based largely on pools writings and on a very small number of verses from polls writing which emphasize separation and purity living here to say. In some ways, very early brethren were were extremely gala. -tarian extremely wanted to very simple life broke away from the established church. This is in Dublin, and the eighteen thirties as they practiced more and more extreme separatism. And they made lots and lots of emphasis on be not equally yoked with unbelievers was the line that was quoted a great deal, and also. We live in the wealth, but we are not of the weld with enough that mantra. That was often said by the sixties to become so extreme because it had been taken over by nearly and he emphasized up salute rigid separation. And that meant separating families..
"van winkle" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"It's a silly name pappy o pappy van winkle happy van winkle pap is good is it good drink papillon both patty was very very expensive you get literally you get like it's not a finger fingernail the trick is good a restaurant where your friend is a part owner then they're pappy that's the solution it was good long play it was i don't know it was for buffalo tricks that's i wish change my answer my favorite kind of whiskey is complementary all right yes tim cook right after the chicago event they ms nbc recorded a around table with cash swisher and chris hayes it's going to air april six but i guess some people from the verge where there lauren good writing about it and of course tim took this as an opportunity to talk about privacy this is really going to be increasingly apples selling point right yeah we don't we don't have to care we don't be we sell hardware we don't have to follow you around we don't have to survey oh you cook this the lawrence's msnbc's hayes in swisher pressed cook on the issue of privacy and regulation i don't know if when you throw somebody at softball is that called pressing helping cooks that we've never believed that these detailed profiles of people that have incredibly deep personal information is patched together from several sources should exist he said that they could be abused against our democracy it could be abused by advertisers well see i don't i i don't mind advertisers giving me ads for stuff i might be interested in that's not what's worrying me are they pledging that their marketing department aren't using these same tools when are you are you are the put the foot to the fire guy here.