19 Burst results for "Vava"

"vava" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

05:02 min | 2 months ago

"vava" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"You see the greatness of love and in that moment. it's really hard for you. To keep on going to meditation. It would be harmful for you. The purpose of the meditation was to lead you to that moment of love. And so let that moment wash through you kind of own. It is asset. Let it be but she also teaches that that's going to pass and when it does you need to return to intentionally with your wealth choosing to think about jesus in a sacred humanity and what he did and suffered for us to give thanks to god for the price. He paid to redeem us and so for her. She doesn't really view the moments where it's difficult to pray because you're overcome by the love of god as this thing that is better than meditations. She sees meditation and that moment of contemplation is kind of mutually going together. It's like a dance that happens. John the cross also teaches it. There does come moments where sold it's in the state. A state of grace that has lived a faithful life in his been engaged in prayers. Otherwise that person's healthy psychologically healthy all of a sudden the ability to use your intellect in your imagination in prayer. The same way you were before it's like you're not able to. All you want to do is sit in silence before the wonder of who jesus is and what he's done for you. Your silenced by it. well. I think that's very similar to what treats vava's says in an giang across treats of outlets both say that what god accomplishes in that powerlessness of soul. When your own activities as it were suspended by god is far more than we can accomplish by our own efforts. But both john and teresa also say that no matter how far you go in that kind of prayer when you are silence by the love of god as it were no matter how far you go you will need to return to the very humble effort of using your nation in your reason again for reasons that are known to jesus and take him alone We're not pure. Angels is treated outlets says that our humanity is.

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"vava" Discussed on DAT Poker Podcast

DAT Poker Podcast

05:31 min | 2 months ago

"vava" Discussed on DAT Poker Podcast

"Thousand eight thousand i. I'm done plus one with pocket queens. The clubs queen of hearts. I raised eighteen thousand phones too small glide who read best to seventy five thousand volts back to me knowing that small blind is a good player in his reign just probably a sin suited her better and maybe talking and better. I two flat instead of four betting. All i'm thinking if you get eighteen aces or teams. I want to take a flop and see if support flops. Ugly i can get away still have a little more than eighteen hundred life. Lock comes ace of hearts diamonds. Jacka goblins small blonde sets all in or if he has aces or kings. I still have a queen or ten. As if he has a hand like a pocket. Chance or jackson or as ten o'clock some of these houses will could ask something like a student vava jackson swell and make that same boot. Don't think it would make you smooth with us. And i also blocked point ten but i don't think he would freak ten tennis. Well i have to call in shows as the space jack estates on story. Short jack comes on the turn. It amounts place. What are your thoughts on. Just planning free of four bedding all in knowing now that he had eight sacks pseudo fairly certain if yeah if i had four all block these folding ace jackson me anyway thanks for the advice. Keep up the good work on the show day. Oh can i just quickly say. That's about the worst water. The reason he said to plant was to see if the ball comes back in east. Jack nine with a flush draws about as bad as guess right you. Losing to jack's losing losing base king days playing nice jack. Obviously so you're you're only hope. Basically is this guy mixes suited connectors into his rain drain. Which like the absolute best players will have the minority sold on. The flop are sorry. I don't get the call after the shove on the flop. I don't get that i. I don't know that. I like the fly in terms of setting you up. You're obviously but i don't love the the flat pre i think i think i'm getting it in there. Pretty quickly But if you're gonna flat then. I think that's a floppy can fold on. Yeah i think. I think you're getting it in there because you have to defend against from like gto's perspective you have to defend against the light three bets right so this guy said he thinks he's a good player like i think he only has premium hands. That's not actually what a good player will have a good player. We'll have all his premium hands as well as small aces. So you know as five is probably the most common hand that you're you're gonna see in that situation because as five blocks in ace and as five makes a wheel and you usually when you when you play hand against somebody who calls three about pre flop like they usually don't have cards that block the wheel so you're more likely to make a wheel. They don't have deuces reason for is in their hands. So you have to keep those hands honest by forbidding hands at queens jacks here and even and even as king you probably can call with aces. You can probably call with things. Like i'm guessing i don't know i don't have the solver inputs in front of me. This is stuff that you can. You can actually find online in a number of places i know. There is a a new product of flop. The all i think that does a lot of free flop solves..

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Dawn Wells, star of "Gilligan's Island," dies of COVID-19

Lars Larson

01:40 min | 9 months ago

Dawn Wells, star of "Gilligan's Island," dies of COVID-19

"If you have not heard the news today, you might as well get it from a friend. Dear Sweet Mary Ann. Dawn Wells passed away this morning. At age 82. And I was mentioning earlier for My particular generation. Guys who were elementary school students. On, then would watch it in reruns in junior high and secretly on into high school or college. The question would come up. Ginger or Mary Ann. Ginger is portrayed by Tina Louise was a Hollywood Well, a siren. You know, one of these Voluptuous. Well, she was a sex symbol, okay? And ginger kind of her whole persona was geared into Vava Vou. Mary Ann, On the other hand. Was sugar and spice and everything nice. But wow, everybody seems to Or most guys had a thing for Marianne. And I don't think, Miss Mary when mind me telling you that I mean, it was years before. We met and jump the broomstick. It only met promoting. It was just one of those one of those little what would be the term Uh, not even platonic because it's it's like a TV thing.

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"vava" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:55 min | 11 months ago

"vava" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Welcome back to cinema. Vino another video pod asking me another mando pod talk about mandalorian season two episode. Three taylor's feelings are ambiguous but not emmys So yeah there's absolute. I'm sorry to season two chapter ten chapter ten also take. Why don numbers. Yeah yeah Reassure is they're only going to be eight episodes the season too. I mean i would imagine red budget. Haven't checked okay. Well that's what i heard. Man has no ditka taught is porta some champagne and little bubbly so might burp. We have the coupe a coupe. Fresno rust debuted. It is a sparkling gamay which is a beaujolais grape. It is dave kuwait's family owns a vineyard. That's an old france. Wine fav- Now that was their name. They changed before the war. So anyway mandalorian. So what are our thoughts. We'll start with taylor owned here. Taylor's thoughts i okay. I'm might have had a few drinks on the first episode so shocking i kind of had to rewatch the latter part of it. I was. I was bombed out the second episode again visual while visual visual effects and everything i mean you can't complain about it. I mean it's great in coolest shit to watch ears like an all but what did it do for the story line. What what what do you got thing so. We know that baby. Yoda we're calling. It likes to eat frog. Eggs spoiler alert and i was like man that was it. It was again i was. I loved it. I love this. The visual effects have been on my why. Why was this episode. Like my whole thing is. I always want to know why these decisions were made and i wanted to. Who wrote this episode. And john vava ru vava row was like you know what this be a great episode. Nothing that we got in the rebel fighter. Razors crest. We'll know the richardson. Who are the people that x wings the x wings so that might come into play later that he has a pass end..

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"vava" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"vava" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Every two weeks like W- walk to work in looking for us to say murderer but I know it was put him bouncing the way we all this argument. You know if I was reading a news column the other day and it was talking about Basically weekly protecting like Black spaces or whatever you know what I'm saying and what that means is you read. My Dogs See. I know you always man. You'll say so as often than not is not a lot of places you can go to in a predominantly city predominantly black city. Like Detroit and have a say have a black space like that where you can Vava's it was like you'll version of cheers. Look I got rid of the listening party here lane. Technically it was a hall twenty point then they got rid of downtown Detroit gentrified as but I also need people to realize that you can try to whitewash the city as much as you want. You think you can. But you ain't doing nothing you ain't do. We ain't going we know where blacks basis over the point. Jj to answer your question is is to have basically like to preserve those spaces where you'll say well people can come and kick it either right here like you'll say when I come come here on. Monday's this is my lex. Likes pay quite the longer black-owned true. There's not there's not so much. As gentrified as downtown is our distributor of annoys. Do they've got the breakers and all eight is trying to bring segregation awesome. This is not there's more professional ask stage. It is the soft segregation. So it's going to get to a point where you know. How if you ever go to really really predominantly white icees in Michigan? Even if nobody says it you get that vibe from you doing grand rapids in grand rapids is like the all have for it now the the city city part of grand rapids so the beer area should wesland like that. Yes it's likely Lavonia. Got a light bro. What sign up at.

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"vava" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"vava" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

"I'm Kate baller and Mrs Everything happens I went to see your mother she Ahead she appeared hardboard here in a few one or two I liked being with you handle man on the May Games here for your amusement math Chelsom respect also respect you 'cause you nine across round your neck person ever person deserves respect you might remember that clip from the movie dead Man Walking it's the story of a man on death row in Louisiana and the non who accompanied him on his journey both spiritual and physical that none is sister Helen Prejean who the book on which the movie was based sister Helen's experience on death row made her one of the best known and vocal opponents of the death penalty in the world continues to council inmates on death row as well as the families of murder victims her most recent book is called river a fire about her own ritual journey and I think when you meet someone with a big beautiful life the question is what gave her the courage and what can we borrow from that for our own lives sister Helen I'm so delighted to have you as a guest I'm delighted to be here Kate this time I'm is GonNa fly by let's talk all right well you grew up in a really warm very Catholic family in Baton Rouge and you chose very early age to become a nun as a historian I'd like to think I know a lot about cook also them but until I read your book I had no idea how much you had give up can you give me a sense of what it was like to leave one world behind for another yeah so it literally met once you start opt into the confident you're never going to step in your family home again you would never eat another meal with your family and there was some sisters in those days as that head to face the agonizing choice when a parent was dying you'd go and be with them when they were dying are if they would go and be with them after they were dead for the funeral it also was a life where you give over your will and you were going to find the will of God actually by being obedient to your superiors obedience was the highest highest virtue and so it didn't matter what work you did as long as you were doing it in obedient so if you were mopping the floor or you were writing a book co teaching a class kind of was all the same as you would doing God's will obedience so when that can to happened kate nobody took the reforms of Vatican two more seriously than the Catholic nun and everything in our life changed because it was away from you listen to want superior and they're you know the will of God new discerning the needs of the world in your own gifts and what it is the call to do that continued might not be familiar term for some people will you mind just giving a little explanation of what that was and why it changed the order of your religious life it was the first worldwide council of the Catholic Church called by Pope John The twenty third a little roly poly older pope yeah it was the first time the Catholic Church had a council not to condemn the heresy of other people but to look at the modern world and to see how we could better respond to the needs of the modern world so all the doors were open to freedom self development and then the Latin American bishops come in right after Vatican two were the first to say it is the place the prime place of the church should be to be with the poor and so we have in this movement that happens a huge change so can you paint me a bit of before after because you had this very contemporary give rich spiritual life but then you have this huge transformation describe almost like a a lightning striking so what happened well you know you have to understand the way religious life was is described was you were seeking a life of perfection and that meant a deep life of prayer and before Vatican two do it was to do penance for the world the vows enabled you to live very simply head of our poverty only head which absolutely needed shared everything in uncommon life of obedience as mentioned earlier and chastity that she would not marry to give your life over completely to Christ to the church to its people really yeah and so I really wanted the prayer and now that I look I mean a wrote about in a humorous way because always so over the top like I wanted to be like a mystic you know you know how to Baga Vodka Guitar says you never seek the fruits of your actions man I was in it for fruits pure and simply in it for the fruits bringing that Bush evaporates ban. I WanNa be a mystic and I'd read about Teresa Vava she was such a mystery should be in the kitchen to start lab tate near the stove I mean wouldn't that be great to be have such union with God that you would laugh at tate out of your pugh of course it was filled with ego so anyway I prayed and prayed tried to be deep and all that and then it was a real conflict for me when the civil rights movement happened our sisters went to Latin America began to get involved with really poor struggling people and we had these huge urged debates in the community should we be nuns for social justice and always taken the spiritual side like look when we not social workers if we help poor people stay close to God they will have everything they need to deal with their life and they'll be happy with God's Navon but I didn't know any real poor people we go to a conference and I heard a talk by Edmund System Marie Augusta Neil and she got me and it was what she said about Jesus not been studying Jesus meditate on Jesus and she said the line that changed my life because I guess I was ready for was Jesus preached good news to the poor but she said integral to the good news Jesus preached to poor people is that they had dignity and they had a right not to be poor in a longer than Afridi's wasn't God's will it's a human system put in place and they have a right to seek what is rightfully theirs and look at it played out in our country today people without health care people without a portable housing you know people without education and I got it and I moved into the Saint Thomas Housing projects in New Orleans and that's when African American people became my tea features about the other America when you don't have daddy who's a lawyer and is connected to judges and religious leaders in the city and you're a black kid and the police coming after you and I mean again to just shed this superficial like suppose virtuous life and I realized I'm not so virtuous I'm just so bloom in protected and cushioned and resource and so I began to learn and then I caught on fire and seeing the suffering is what catches on fire and I call my Book River Afar to me far is the image of passionate see image of love and begin the book with the Epigraph of Saint Bonaventure ask not for understanding ask for the fire because some things go deeper then rational understanding you know the question of purpose that you've sounds like you've just been like deeply into your whole life I think that only started mattering to more when I started thinking about my life as limits did you know it was easier for me just to sort of pay into ideas about like my career or my family or my life like it was easier just to imagine that longevity would allow the sort of to like discover purpose along the way yeah I I don't know when I read your book I just I was so struck by the way that you keep yourself you just seemed to really keep yourself awake to what each season is open to oh even if you're not totally sure at first where it's GonNa go you have a case you gotta realize it was a long time waking up for me to awaken to that dimension of the Gospel that it was more than just of you neighbor was more than just about being polite and charitable to the people around you but New Orleans was a huge slave port in I used to have the auction block for slaves right in in what we call Jackson Square and I was oblivious I was Olivia's to white privilege and so the waking up I call it grace and when you think of it you can put yourself in a good good sir roundings you can read books you can hang out with people that you believe are enlightened but when we wake up from inside it I see it always this grace it's always a gift and I was forty years old before I woke up to realize th the social justice dimension of being follower of Christ in nineteen eighty two you became pen pals with an inmate on death row and H- you mind just giving a brief overview of this the moment that really turned you toward this kind of presence with people who were on death row.

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"vava" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"vava" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"And but I want up having a really interesting creative experience, which I'm grateful. And now the next generation is directing Star Wars to Bryce as the record an episode of the mandatory. Yes, she. Last and learn so much from John Vava row in, in company, and, and, you know, and it's it was thrilling to go, visit her, and she's a natural director, but she's, she's been directing really for about ten years. I've seen some of the sorts, so she's done, but some of those films like a half hour long and. In and then also some branded stuff, some doc stuff and things like that. And she's doing documentary right now, along with MandA Laurean. She's doing in a lot of things. She's developing because she's really making a move into producing directing. Without giving up on acting. She's, she's coming up soon rock amendment, and I've seen some of it. She's created great in. And of course, looking forward to the next drastic, of course. But. She's she's doing a documentary of about fatherhood called dads. I saw that. She she interviewed. And this is a dunk her just asking questions that she will always wanted to ask. She's very kind. It wasn't a confrontation good. But she, she definitely knew how to push the buttons on old dad, and she did. Coming full circle little bit how he started. It strikes me. We're talking about the actual experience. But Netflix, you're doing net flix film next. But it does strike me like a lot of the films that you've done in your career if they're made today, twenty nineteen I don't know. I think they're net flicks movies. I tough movies to get in theaters. I mean you'll get Cinderella man. Beautiful Mind, I'm Beautiful Mind, won best picture. And I don't know. I'm not sure it would be today or if so it would be made for a lot less money and have to navigate the festival circuit in, in, in in be kind of an indie release. The, the reality is that it's one of the reasons why we're doing so much television, Brian Grazer ni-. And imagine is is that it's, it's a. It's become a more and more ambitious outlet for great storytelling. And so it's it's thrilling if you can get a mainstream network show, like empire that is were is imagine show and, you know, and we're so proud of, you know, we're all the years we had twenty four. But, but it's also exciting to be doing, you know, Tang clan for Hulu or I'm developing or genius. You know, not for Najia Weinstein and then Picasso. So these things are offering us this other opportunities. So would we would we have chosen to make A Beautiful Mind, a movie or would we've taken it in this other direction? And even more of John Nash's story is there. Let's get this out of the way as we said, last time I saw a you're at my office, and there was a willow comic hanging over the Heller. We had this in age of reboot culture, it boggles my mind that there is not a willow continuation there, there are some really serious discussions going. With Jon Kasdan, who was one of the writers of Sola Schorr, who kept hounding me about willow the whole time, we were shooting, and also hounding, Kathy Kennedy, and we are in discussions about doing a developing willow television show for the Disney plus, and I think it'd be a great way to go. In fact, George always talked about the possibility of a willow series which she just felt innately would be great more intimate around built around that character and, and, and some of the others and John Cazin has, I think it's an inspired take on it, and it could be really, really cool and fingers crossed and a continuation, not Ariba this relation continuation something that would be, of course, we gotta we do without work. Work is so cool and so good. And he's just he's such a good actor that. I, I really hope he we, we get a chance to see the. The mature willow inaction. We've seen a lot of like he's as a comedian in different forms, but it'd be an even back in will. He's showed. Great comic timing. Yeah, yeah. But to be the hero again. Yeah. Great. You should direct at least one of those men that happens..

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"vava" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"vava" Discussed on KTRH

"Is posting right now, there is a blog. Dedicated to Pizza Hut buildings that closed down and a repurpose to be the local evil. Chinese doctor's office EPA's office. There's a whole blog dedicated to this devoted to this. How awesome is that? Y'all have a moment. I would like to reminisce for a moment about the circle in orange. We had a roundabout in orange when I was growing up. I didn't live in orange. I lived out in the country. But I like to say I'm from orange because where I'm from. Nobody knows because it doesn't show up on any maps orange was the big city for us. Even though it's a little tiny town. And bigger. Well, it's got a lot more stuff today than it used to have. But we didn't have a WalMart, for instance, back then, but there was a circle in orange, and it was what you'd call around about an English style roundabout. But because it was the only roundabout nobody knows how to drive one Washington. Nobody the English no job on around about because they do it all day people here don't know what to do especially women, and they they try to weave across five lanes. They don't understand how you move in. And what the rules of the roundabout are who yields and who doesn't but we called it a circle and the best businesses were on the circle in orange. Everybody knew that was our distinctive thing. We have a lot going on. We have professional sports teams or anything fancy. We had the circle, and you would take people to the circle like people in Houston with no sense dome. You gotta what sports stadium. That you let me go show it to you. And they go place it, nobody. You're not allowed to go in because the mold is so bad. It's a decrepit old building that was really really famous fifty years ago. So you're going to go show me the outside of a building. I don't even play anymore as world-class. And that's what we do. And that's that's people do this with a straight face like not ironically, not comically. That's what they do. But we had the circle in orange and Ramon I will now tell you now name for you the businesses on the circle in orange. We had Lucious stop in or Lucius Vava Dahmer Lucious. It was little convenience store that was owned by bumpy Lucious grandparents he's a Mazzola we had jewelry jewelry shop. They're nice. We had aims fried chicken..

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A Brief History of Sickle Cell Disease

The Pulse

02:09 min | 2 years ago

A Brief History of Sickle Cell Disease

"Story is about a disease that could have been mostly wiped out. But it wasn't. It's a story about a public health campaign gone wrong, sickle cell disease is an inherited blood disorder blood cells bend into a sickle shape, which causes blockages and starves tissue of oxygen this illness affects people of African descent as well as Mediterranean and south Indian peoples. The American government took aim at sickle cell in the nineteen. Seventies jets Lehman reports on how public health missed the Mark. It's March nineteen seventy-two. Bobby Seale speaking in a crowded gym. And we're not saying that. Vava programs are necessarily revolutionary. He's the co founder of the Black Panther party, a radical African American civil rights organization founded in California survivor programs to and institutions by which we unify people around Abana reads sickle cell, anemia testing black community survival conference a blood test shows if you have the sickle cell trait or not. Trait carriers usually don't have any symptoms. But if two people who have the trait have children their kids may develop sickle cell disease, which can be fatal the Black Panthers had been calling attention to sickle cell for years. And it looked like the government had finally started to listen congress had approved a fivefold increase in sickle cell research. Funding, president Nixon made fighting the disease a priority. America has long been the wealthiest nation in the world. Now, it is time we became the healthiest nation in the work sickle cell testing had been possible for decades. Now there was funding as wills a mandate from the leader of the free world. We were going to stop sickle cell in America once and for all. Only we didn't. This is a young girl in her bed. Tears streaming. She's in sickle cell crisis.

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"vava" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"vava" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"vava" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:37 min | 3 years ago

"vava" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Dry. And sky. We are back. Sam cedar on the majority report on the phone is a pleasure to welcome to the program, professor of political science at George Washington University co author with Michael Tessler in Lynn Vava, Rick of identity crisis, the twenty sixteen presidential campaign and the battle for the meaning of America John sides. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for having me. So let's start this story of the of the two thousand sixteen election really starts closer to two thousand eight and I want to start with one fact that I just sort of blew me away was that less than fifty percent of of non college educated. White voters could could place the Democrats to the left of the Republicans on the question of which party. Was more supportive of government systems. I guess broadly help for African Americans is that right? And what what are the locations of that at that time? What's that showing? You is. Of course, that that lots of people just don't pay close attention to politics and don't register features of political parties that to most political observers are well known and have been well known for years. Not decades, the reason that this changes though, has to do with the presidency of Barack Obama, and in some sense, Barack Obama clarifies the party politics of race. And this helps voters who may have been paying less attention to politics, come to realize that the Democratic Party is to the left of the Republican party on these issues that to me is stunning because there was plenty of there. I mean, I've seen studies that suggest that. I guess the the idea of like of of government support becomes racial is right before this. But it's not lined up with with the party's until essentially people see that a black guy is the democratic nominee. Yeah. There for especially for voters who had less formal education the alignment of their partisanship in their racial attitudes. Really was a feature of the Obama era. And what that did. Of course, overall was just to strengthen the correlation and the American population more, generally, so that people who have views of immigration that are more favorable, or what more 'immigration or people that have used of racial inequality that think that has mostly to do with slavery and discrimination. Those people are increasingly Democrats, and if you have of you that is more concerned about the level of immigration wants to reduce it, or if you have a view of racial inequality that says that it's mostly about blacks not trying hard enough for not working hard enough. Then people are increasingly Republicans. So maybe the party meeting people are changing their views about immigration to match the partisanship. Or maybe they're updating their partisanship to align with their views racing of immigration. But either way, you know, we end up with a country where the standard way that we contest elections democrat versus Republican is now not just a debate about what say how large government should be which it has been for years and years and years now, it's a debate about you know, what kind of country we're going to be how exclusive or inclusive we're going to be toward these different kinds of groups. And I mean in some ways like I feel that some of us here speaking literally in this room, I have been guilty of a sumo wrestling that these things were already racialist, right? I mean to because race has played such an enormous part in our politics. But I guess the big difference is really just sort of this this new level of sorting that that's taking place, right? That that has been. Been really a basically eight to ten year process absolately, right? There's no question that racial politics have been endemic in American politics from the founding, but the ways in which people's views about race and their own racial identities align with partisanship as much more recent phenomenon. And even even like in the context of like the Dixiecrats and whatnot. And then LBJ saying we're gonna lose the south because of these issues for for a decade turned out to be a little bit a little bit off..

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"vava" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"vava" Discussed on Critical Role

"Things looking into the water, which makes me nervous about the water. What come out of it? Spring attack feel like we should spring in on. We'll probably get one shot. Can we get the shield? Can't we get the she'll got one awesome shot? We didn't we we do. What's your awesome shot? It's a little something we like to call. I wanna say, I just don't know. How's the time to be demoing a nerve thing? Garrity seconds last quick pitch. Barely do. You have a point. What? Fluff. Another sound great. I'm so I right now. But I know that that is not what is it? You hope that pointing out the little cake of black powder that not still from the ship. And I've got my explosive ERO. Picture. Couple quick thoughts. We tried to blow up the tree didn't work so well to load bearing beams in a closed room with no windows. So it's going to hurt us too. The name is great. I'm thinking, maybe impractical news not the best idea here. Think about this though may only one doing that. She throws it. I find it explodes. Those Ciro Vava. Only. That's how I see it..

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"vava" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"vava" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Com. He, he actually was the one that broke this mandala Rian scoop a few months back and you know, it turned out to be legit. How's it going? Jason, hey, rather me ended been trying to get you on for a year and Star Wars. I love. Eking out a nerdy out with you about Star Wars and your site has some of the best I inside info stuff that we can't even pokes like Seth photos and videos. So this news broke today. I wanna get your reaction. What? What? What are your thoughts on this new TV show in what we're learning about it? Well, a front, I was just like, oh, thank you for being about Mandal or because because that's what I had been hearing, and that's what I had reported. And then when I made it to the set, it wasn't Mandal or I don't think you know. So I was like, what is this. But, but anyways, but when Vava row put out the announcement on Instagram today, I was like, yes, because like even beyond all of that stuff, the Star Wars nerd or little boy in me, whatever. However, you wanna look at it, but like really, really excited. I was like, yeah, they have show called the Mandal Laurean like that's what I would call it. You know. Do you think they're going to call it Star Wars, the mandatory in, or do you think it's just gonna be called the Mendel orient? I don't know. It seems like like when it comes to animation like they won't use like a coal in or anything, they're like, no, no. Like Star Wars rebels like usually want them to sound like all extreme, and then they got rid of those episode titles on the movie episode, one, two, and three and all that. Yeah. So you know, who knows? But we are kind of in a place where I think it would be kind of interesting if they did try to lose the Star Wars logo all the time. That way things could kind of maybe breathe on their own at times because we all know it Star Wars gentleman told so I would be okay with that. That'd be cool. Okay. So what do you think of this concept which I know you've had time to sit with because you've run up? Yes, months ago and probably were sitting on it for bit. I remember talking to you Comecon and you're telling me about as like, publish it. So what do you think of this whole concept? Yeah, no, I, I love it. One of the things win. Clone wars was coming out like ten years ago now, which is crazy. I was sort of like, oh yeah, clone wars. We know about those battles. And then once they started moving into the mandatory and stuff, I was super excited by not because it was a bunch of vet people, but because it was like a part of the universe, we hadn't really done a lot with and then we're that left off, which I'm sure Bryan Young totally caught everyone up on. Yeah, it's it's, it's like, will what does happen to Mandal or like they were in the civil war? And then we see rebels and and you're like, it doesn't look too good there either looks like they're, you know, things aren't going. So swell necessarily for like what either side would want the the teen side that wants this peaceful Mandal or and then these death watch which Jon Favreau play the leader of. It's kind of it's such an interesting, like kind of like civil war element to it. So after the empire, like that's a fascinating time like the empire, the power vacuums gone..

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"vava" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"vava" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"Maybe it was rookie and he did it for the rock. I don't know. But I, you know, I'm not the one to ask either because I could've sworn that Santa's little helper shot mister burns. I didn't think it was Maggie. So I'm probably not the one to to ask who beat up Alastair. Black could be ciampa, but I feel like it'll probably be somebody a little less easy to predict than that, but who knows? We'll see. But yeah. So everything was good at takeover, you know, velveteen dreams tights. Of course, everybody was talking about those triple h and I didn't talk to triple h about the tight, you know. But he said in the media call or or press conference or whatever it was after the show that he didn't see those tights until velveteen dream was in the ring. You didn't see those tights until. Until Vava teen dream was on hard Cam, and I believe he also said that there's some calls you want from Vincent's. I'm calls you don't want from Vince, of course, on the back of velveteen sites, it said, call me up. Vince. If that's true, it could just be, you know, we're saying that to, you know, get more character work going for velveteen, but if that's true. That's a risk that I don't know. I would take. I mean, velveteen dream is amazing. I feel like if I was as good as velveteen dream, I would probably not take as many risks. I don't think you when you're young, an amazing. I don't think taking risks that involve Vince McMahon's name are worth doing. That's just me personally, who knows. Maybe I'm wrong in this will be the best thing the velveteen dream ever did. But if that's true, I was very entertained by it when I saw it. I thought it was awesome. I, for me, I thought it was even cooler that velveteen dream had to coochie vast Don and the crown on all the big small stuff on. I thought that the dream has this amazing way of being able to pay homage to the hometown without coming across like a like a placating baby face, right. He can still come across like a bad guy, but have his Brooklyn stuff on because he has the biggie Smalls stuff on, but still somehow comes across like he's above all of it, which is a very, very unique talent. You just don't see that very often. But yeah. So that was takeover for me. You know, I very, very positive review. Was it. I don't know if it was the best takeover of the year. I think maybe the end of the year, I'm going to have to really sort of analyze all the takeovers and find out which one is the best one just because they're such great shows. They really, really are. Great. Let's go to story number three. The injury of Eric Rohan apparently at summer slim, I guess, is either at summer slam or could have been, I guess, at the house show on Monday that they didn't Atlanta. I mean, Atlantic City, the live event, the smackdown crew left the Barclay center after summer slam on Sunday, went to Atlantic City for a live event and then came back for smackdown at the Barclays center on Tuesday. So either on Sunday or Monday era grow and did something that caused a tear in his right bicep. I don't know how long he's going to be out four. Apparently it is going to require surgery is gonna have some kind of surgery on it. It's amazing us able to wrestle on smackdown this week anyway, but I'm glad that they didn't. I mean, they just did a tournament a tag tournament on smack. Down to try to name the number one contenders. So I'm glad that they were able to get one more match out of the bludgeoned brothers. And this will mean that the blood brothers will certainly be looking for revenge when they get back. It's a bummer because you think about it..

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"vava" Discussed on The Listening Project

The Listening Project

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"vava" Discussed on The Listening Project

"He works in radio and lives in Belfast it's Chris who starts. I think I was a bite fourteen or fifteen. Am I suddenly the of years and years of I was gonna go to hell. And I had to keep the fact that I was gay secret. I had the thought of will what for a second, if they're all wrong. And I'm actually right. 'cause I can't really do anything about this. And I actually think I was born like this. What if they're actually wrong? Did you ever have that though? I have to say I have always been incredibly lucky because I have always been. I've always done to be my own drum and nursery school. I dressed up as a woman. I had tea parties at home. My mom would allow me to have t- parties and she would come and sit with my Teddy's while I would go and do costume changes. So dry for me was something that I kind of I've always dressed up and I've always been flamboyant. That's me. But you don't know the when I was first coming ite, you were the only person like the only person I knew that I could see, oh there, but like me because it wasn't. Just a gay thing. It was a someone isn't afraid to wear of makeup. Somebody isn't afraid to be the odd one night and you were so one hundred percent comfortable with it that you meet other people around. You feel comfortable with it, and I think that's amazing because I haven't always had it, but you give it to me. Well, the funny thing is like Jim member in a very Stewart in the cosmetic stores, and then you would come in and you were talking about makeup and everything. I always knew that there was a wee bit of Vava Louisiana bit of style and Eastwood from the cried and all the right way. I worked out a few years ago the I don't actually have any family as a guy. I have a mohawk so that I don't have to worry about Mahar that is like the the least I can be bothered with on for a good six years. All I wore everyday was black because you didn't have to think. Whereas when I'm in drag, that's when I have family because everything is vintage and fifties, and burlesque and pinup. And then nobody ever recognizes me when I come down the stairs after the gig. And I like having not other side where I can just blender the background, but you are at different cattle fish. You're a cat Alytus full fish, very Michika, very visual. So I am. Yeah, I'm not in dry. Great. Ni- I've got like a nice waistcoats and cravat San cough tear because it's kind of your shop front. So it is. So basically that's what you want people to see you is at. You've always been like, yeah, people go like a completely different person over your and drag. No, I am executive only differences. I have got high heels and makeup on. I think it's an extension of your personality. It's like you I'm up and they've turned the dial the hallway up. Whereas with me, it's because I always had to find a way of performing because I just need to tell them who I am and it doesn't mean that everybody has to become a dry. Greener. Everyone has to stand on where weird blows, but they have to say maybe there are sent itself have to be themselves Marcus and Chris join in the fun of you fancy Popolo.

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"vava" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"vava" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"Margaret light is so i went to took the family to disney this past weekend we took the kids out of school when i told ashton i had talked in wick when i finished the first draft of the book i was gonna turn in get away and go hang out with them since i'd have to you know put in so much extra time you know being away from them to finish the books we went along the way i listened to a lot of podcasts bright as one does on long family drives so listen to the tv shows your kids are watching now now jamie no i twenty times alison to elena vava lor and the book of life i have but but i'm on so i've got some podcast recommendations of people listen to i it's a new podcast called mafia and it's just about organized crime i love the mafia like i was obsessed with it when i was in high school on the first episode about sam giancana who's a really interesting character and i mean a lot you talk about organized crime based kind of a mysterious character little bit because he is heavily implicated in sas nation of jfk and i came into that having a specific theory about jfk the thing of talked about four but i left listening to the first two episodes thinking the sam giancana definitely did something to do with jfk's assassination so it's a really good listen if you're in that kind of stuff the second one is the journey with suzanne stable so how we say it stay steel that sounds like really a lot of work and i'm just going to go stable family did that but maun gosh but she interviewed an five just like me so i'm selfindulgent so i wanted to listen to that but i think they're doing a nine part series so they will get your listening to podcast episodes where they interviewed you're number it feels like you're like kindred spirit stranger in my ears this one because this one i was like yeah a little bit but there's one i think his name's andy route who l listen to a couple of months ago that was like yeah that's pretty much me.

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"vava" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"vava" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"Child's play warning to somebody started a slumber party when i was thirteen i left the d'ambra as i as i have said before it was applause um i wash one who pretty recently one is a good little thriller i threats good well now that i need add that now that i'm older i like one bit wellmade has got a good sense of humor and i like it too pretty empty pretty hollow pretty it was fine and then three at the what does it the military camp year fine you know bride watch with some friends pretty stupid in oh yet dumb seed who portrays the seat of chucky vava kid who's the boys and it's like an english for some reason he's got an english accent idle fucking now it's that i was out with see ways curses before colt yet so tell me about curse well curve i've never seen cedar curse curse is great current curse is deep in my without question next to number one the best of the franchise i mean it's never even heard of it theatrical rebels now because was a directive video yeah and you know i think a lot of people had tuned out at that point because they thought that had just become a comedy series right the problem was the gist the fiona door if whose bread doors daughter she plays a forget her name in the movie but she plays this girl in a wheelchair who lives in a house.

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"vava" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"vava" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Resolve and talking about to by by the way by eddy makes a lot of sense you i can easily uh see where you're going there in in alabama is uh i mean the nuts and it's boring to pick the number one but you do know uh in alabama has never won the national championship under sabin coming from the number one position yeah you know look there'd be like you said there's a safe pick i think that the gap between them and the next best team nes in the sec is bigger than it is in any other league um and you know whether they had a lot of staff shakeup or not i just feel like there's a lot of good pieces in place i mean i think they'll they'll be able to run the heck out of all those running back some good skill guy and um yeah they lost some really terrific players on defense but they have always done that saved the run and they've been able to bounce back i just think that right now i wonder how i don't say how short they can come out of it because what they have a they have a heavy duty opener against a really talented florida state team um i'm fascinated to see how that's gonna play out on the floor state as a playoff team to me i think there's going to we're gonna find out a lot more about the andrefrancois the the park at i wonder about is yeah i know they're really talented to they lost alvin cookies is a great player i'm sure is how well they're gonna give up on the football against out vava's defense and and know they can dion droid beat them with was pretty much in uh a receiving corps that needs to needs to step up in a hurry christmas talk about uh the peace on talking the coaches uh anonymously that this often comes under criticism but it it it it really is the best way to find out where people saying give us uh give us is a concept in the back story on and how you do it and tell us the names yeah too.

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"vava" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"vava" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"Pat crowley smack of and the grilled dumb i was like oh you know why i mean children golkar but lake i was like kill other doesn't twenty people just hours i favour vava survey farewell my y'all got to get out of here is going to be your child's car loselose yells lose like if you spectrum back like you took out because as i go you just measured in revolt if he knows about your your your awhile you can abuse knows intego natural look i passed on the bed or a group of people like chicks we all satelite dislike cap cabana counting on your house i woke up showed he was a man dead had been there all weekend issue surely had the while black i felt like i was still drug a shirt and i was like you're happy as i go to zenica you like i'm shaken horribly go lap rabah she's i know no it was the accident was access and other no d he hit you erica mattaya legal how dare he beat up chicks deserves our respect where we like knows axes accident more causes there should i go church overly was accident apparently they were plan domino's hear her boyfriend and another guy withdrawal and they guy and a fistfight she was trying to break up the girl for our swung at the guy she gotten away and got duffed and enable fell there was a real tires lives i go relax there are strict women david harassment females aged copy pitches well here.

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