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"vulne" Discussed on Bobkast
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"vulne" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"So many of the expectations are at odds with each other because yeah demure but you also have to be wildly sexy and depending on the situation you can be punished for being either of those things and and how can how hot i mean whatever like being traditionally attractive like there's sides to that coin as well where it's it's i think that i i mean. Obviously in some of the cases we just described women who are considered to not be attractive. Apparently you can just kill them for not doing murders. That's an oversimplification. But but then on the other side. It's you know women who who do kinda fall into that traditionally attractive. Whatever are often hyper sexualize against their will and harassed and right right it's just it's impossible. there's just so many ways to lose this for all it's interesting. I just learned something that maybe smile. Please sure fleas still yelling. Well he's wishing you happy birthday a levy of my mind. Anyways jerry orbach played. Billy flynn in the original broadway production. How fun is that. How the seven one in the nineteen seventy five one. Oh my goodness chita. Rivera played velma. Kelly like icons cons. So i was just happy to learn that jerry orbach and richard gere played the same part. I like i like that too. richard gere. Kills it as billy. Flynn he really is. And that's really him tap dancing not really him tactics. I watched all the feature at and he said it was kind of funny because it was like he had sung. He had sung before And so. I think that he and john c reilly were i think the main members of the cast. That didn't have dance training needed to dance. And they they both tried so hard and they both were talking about how they're like. It's intimidating being the same room with rob marshall. He was in cats. I can't even tap and like all this stuff. And then there's videos of like rob marshall taking it really slow with john c reilly and like it's just such wholesome footage That's so i just love when choreographers direct. Because it's like when you when you see like footage of a choreographer directing a musical movie you're like oh yeah. How else would you even do that like you're going to be. You're like if you can't do it yourself. Don't tell me to do it. But rob marshall like he's fucking on it. He's doing all that jazz. Right next to catherine zeta-jones and it's exciting. The there is a whole half hour making of documentary. That's on youtube as well. But if you're chicago head. I'd recommend it because it's just such a blast. Who do you think rob. Marshall played in cats when he got injured. Do you think it was like my mr mustafa lease or urge. Tom tiger the question. Which of the cats is doing. The kind of movement i mean. They're all kind of doing wild movement but like who is most likely to herniated disk. I felt that some rum tom. Tug or shit to be herniated disc. Who's your favorite one again with the pants and the suspended. My god skin'll shan. I feel like it could have marshalls. Bushings could have done a good skill. Shanks i wonder. It doesn't his His wikipedia pages very vague about it. He just like he was in cats and herniated disk. No we're not taking any more questions at this time. We need more information. I'm like okay. He was a jealous. I need more info which one which run it matters which jellicoe cow was he though he could have been monkey. Strap sure. I don't know there's a lot of cats that are at high risk for herniated disc. So doesn't really it's so funny. It's like oh members of the catholic could have herniated disk. That really doesn't narrow it down at all. They're all over the place for this movie. I mean we touched on it briefly but just the relationship. Between roxie and velma being highly antagonistic for most if not all of the movie because even at the end when they are working together we i get why they don't like each other right because well so like velma is mean to roxy i for what appears to be a petty reasons. She's well i don't even know it. Maybe it's not even any reason she's just mean to her because she's like the newbie there unless i'm misreading or miss remembering something i don't know i think that it's i was really interested to learn that the to like the to real life. People seemed to get along just fine because it seems like the the logic that this story is subscribing to and. maybe. I'm making excuses for it. I mean it's like they are just are to fema leads are being put at odds The way i guess. I had like solidified in my head over the years that maybe i need to question a little bit but like was that though the reason that women are often put in these antagonistic situations and the internal logic of the story is. There's only room for one woman in the headlines at a time short. So it's like this. It almost feels like they're viewing it as a competition and like why would it. You know it's almost like reality show logic of like. I didn't come here to make friends. I came here to be the most famous murderer ever right. That was kind of it but it was like but does not even what happened in railway like that was what happened in real life. I would sort of let it go. But that's not so. Why add that in nor is it. What happens at the very beginning of their antagonistic relationship. Could maybe understand if right when roxy got there and she was like already the hottest like the talk of the town. Kind of thing right. She's not at first. Yeah where then. Velma would feel threatened and that would motivate her being cruel to roxie. But that's not what happens. roxie doesn't take vilmos spotlight until later race so it first vulne mean to roxy for no reason when roxie is like mean back. That does seem more motivated. Because that's sort of like a retaliation thing will you. I'm going to be mean to you now. But you're right yeah. The beginning is not very motivated by much. Yeah and then they. They continue to not get along. But then it's all just. It's i see what you're saying in terms of because we you know we've we've talked about this too a lot. Where like especially when men right women being extremely antagonistic and like petty to each other. They never consider the context of why that would be right because if that does happen..
"vulne" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
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"vulne" Discussed on The Face Radio
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Climate change + pandemic means new math for investors
"The coronavirus crisis is of course all consuming right now but for those who spend their careers working on climate change. It is both a preview of what responding to extreme climate. Change Might Look like a worrying distraction from a global problem that still happening and potentially a path to some changed habits. That could actually help us. Fight warming in the long run. Jayco is managing director of the Private Equity Firm Light Smith Group which invests in climate tech. He says yeah. Investment IS DOWN. But that's not the only concern we see a couple of other affects. Two one of them is what we are really worried about her calling kind of the double whammy effect which is nothing stops. The impact from climate change from happening right now or over the course of the next three to six months you have an increasingly fragile environment that's been created by the pandemic in the knock on effects are going to see from the economic adjustments. That still makes it even more vulnerable to the impact to climate which is certainly not gone away. But you're right. I think what we've done is steadily load the dice against ourselves and each time that they don't turn up the wrong way for us. We feel like well. You know. It's pretty much the same as usual But when they do actually manifest we have to have this sudden reaction And it's dramatically more expensive and problematic particularly for those vulne populations at the time. We actually realized the impact of it right. What does happen to the fight against climate change when the whole world goes on pause because of current virus? Well I think there's two possible effects on the one hand. How much more intervention you have? So it's kind of amazing that you can mobilize two trillion dollars of activity United States in the space of less than three months the flip side to that is lots of people's budgets for doing anything else have now vanished. So let's say you do get a double whammy situation or you try to prepare against loaded dice on climate side as well. How much money is left in the Kitty to do? That is a really interesting question edition to the attention span. Piece of in the fact that it's hard to do very much more than react to the immediate set of circumstances we have right now and they're very very serious right. You say interesting but I hear I hear challenging at best like it's an interesting question but it sounds a little like a scary question. Well it's it's the the questions. Also would you do without two trillion dollars? You could reoriented so that you try to have the reverse of the double-whammy effect right where you actually take the spending and the massive amount of stimulus and the massive mobilization in oriented at you know making sure that we do accelerate the transition on the carbon side to try to reduce trajectory that run on the climate change caused side of the equation and also do it in a way that actually builds up our resilience To the potential impact in risk there. We're going to see from climate change at the same time right. Well let's talk a little bit about what's happening right now. I wonder you know as we so many of us are working from home. Conferences are cancelled are their habits that we might end up adopting permanently or discoveries. That could actually be good for at least. I don't know in the short term mitigating carbon emissions. I think that you are seeing that effect right. Now there's been a lot of commentary about how reduced airborne pollution you're seeing definitely reductions air traffic. Which has a very high carbon budget to it So I think that there. There is a real chance that we can think about. What are we really need to do to change the way that we actually consume energy Need to travel and meet people And I think some of those habits have really can transition some of already transition for the younger generation on I mean are eleven and nine year old and four roller all very naturally engaging video conferencing right now. I'd say But it also is something that also creates a very stark understanding of how the digital divide also impacts people's well so we were talking to some counterparties in Kenya and they said look working from home for them means no interacts us. So it's great that you guys can jump on zoom and travel around And then virtually visit people and connect. There's GonNa be a dramatic difference in the way that the poor population has that experience as well as developing countries. How that experience as well? Yeah I wonder. What will this do for data collection like? If we have six months or a year where human carbon emissions dramatically decrease where the transportation that we have just assumed could not change like this is just how life is everybody flies this much and drive? This much is forced to change. In a way we never would have imagined. Like what kind of data could we take away from that? That could? Frankly you know demolish them excuses. Well I think you can really show people how their consumer preferences can permanently change right. And I think you're right that the individual carbon footprint can change In a more permanent way and so the need to do all these things the pace at which you were doing them and the ultimate result I think is going to be recalculated now whether that is true of a lot of different things I think the challenges that people are facing right now is if you were trying to Closed TRANSACTIONS OR MAKE. New Relationships happened for the first time. The human element is very much missing from that equation. I don't know if a lot of investors is going to invest in companies that they've never met the management team personally at least in private investing or a lot of Transactions close without folks meeting face to face in a real environment though that I can culturally changes well. Jayco is managing director of the Private Equity Firm Light Smith Group
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"vulne" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"About the character. I don't really get it you know and anyway Mony James My major there at the time it's one of the MCI said well. I gotTa tell you she said I told them what you said and she said well if he doesn't do this. Just forget what house US Ninety you know so so I did it and I wasn't. There's happy with us I would like to. I was not terrible but it just wasn't I just never really understood stoop hell I was doing it by some of the stuff. anyway That's how I ended up with but but the nice thing. Here's a lucky again. If I hadn't done limit I probably wouldn't have done because it was you know after rehearsing. I think I told you this rehearsing one day. One day one one of the first couple of days how down through the parking lot to go home and I ran into Rod Rod serling whom I had not seen for a year. And that's when we begin to talk and he told what he was doing and and about this he said science fiction and I says I said well. It's all said this when he said we've we've offered to Tony Kurdish or twenty years. I can't remember which one but they said they wanted too much money and he said I'm going to send it to you have you. Have you ever see read. Read it and see if you want to do something to that effect and I and I didn't think I told you I haven't having been forbidden planet. I thought another. Oh you know another science fiction show with thirty guys. Spaceship was when I got it. I was just fascinated intrigued by now. I'm pushing go to read the whole trip that supper that night dinner I mean did it. Did it seem like something different at the time was you was. It does seem a bit strange. Or how did you feel about well. First of all first of all reading it I I got Gustavo's reading it. You know I I mean it was just as I did today watching it and all I. It's just super compelling to me you know this guy this loneliness holiness of this thing and and of course I was dying. I love to believe I leapt at the chance to do this character on and we we had to read through and now it's kind of interesting just because there's nobody actually just an easy you know But they they read. It did stuff in between the lines. The action stuff and I was hobby hours. A little little I'm concerned because I'd never done somewhere along the line a two character play I don't really before that or after that I think it was just before though The one of especially high Akao and I told you about that didn't Well since you did you see the bridge on the River Kwai of course yes. Yeah well he was. He was the colonel of the prison camp but he was also back in into the twenties and the thirties he was a big star. Aw here in Hollywood. I'm here. He was a big star and When the war broke out on he went to he went to live and he he? He was torn between Japan between in Los Angeles and the United States as legislators so instead of that he went to Paris and he lived in Paris all through also also the war. The war was finished and took a pain. became an artist A very interesting man and He was coming back to appear At the event for the Academy Awards Time We'd be in the country For the Academy Award Anyway. It was all about that and they had lined him up to do this play. There's two character play where the where the job and went to to to to enemies I bill out of an airplane. Triple plan on an island in the Pacific and turns out. There's one Japanese soldier left on the island and bitter enemies and I and I and how we get had how we're drawn to each other. How what how do we become Cetera et CETERA? The Gimmick was that he and we spoke Japanese. Let me smoking this and this for our interesting without sometimes as I recall but it was It was really interesting if it was a challenge. You I know that means I mean we're trying to convey thoughts and I it was wonderful and It was it was it was exciting to do really burst but I so I think it may have come out I'm not sure they came after before but But I I had. I'm not sure about that. I think it came before I see I see. Yeah it was it was a it was a challenge and and every time I wanted to discuss the character I thought Gee I gotTA gotTa get into this. You know do some heavy work here. You know and Every time we never had a chance to discuss yes The the acting director Robert Stevenson and at the end and we started shooting. And anytime I'd go up to Bob To Talk A to him may have told you this but he said he he usually on the phone. He's always on the phone and so we really. I never talked to him about the character. We never talked about the character And it turns out. He's no religious. We became really good friends. He said that every time I came up to him he doesn't he. Doesn't you WanNa talk about this. And he didn't sent the way he works. You know and he so he would he. He said he would make excuses and always have a phone call. You know every time that might approach it so so was it difficult to do well I was watching today and I and and and I don't I can. I kept thinking. Do I look self conscious but anyway anyway Some of the worst for example. I gotTa said this from four somewhere in print. But but some of the words I wouldn't discussing using Scrooge and a bit of a bit of we'd there was something that he ate for it was Ah stuff I seemed a little strange coming where it seemed a little strange coming out of my mouth you know. I mean it wasn't that I couldn't do it. I wasn't embarrassing but it was just just you know it didn't always fit in my mouth. I understand but You know but it was fun doing it. You know I mean I love doing but as you know You know the first day we shot the very first day. We shot toward getting toward dusk and we have another shot to finish up to do. And his I heard the cameraman reloading. I heard quite loudly. Oh come on camera man. I think he'll do that. No no please go hi. It's a shame that we see. I never saw what the real story he was. What had happened? But it seems that Somehow we didn't have a shot We had we were going to go back the next day. A and they they they will lead to reshoot everything we did and that was in that first year was a killer. I Know Long Day and you know as as the only accurate we're always up there you know and it was very tired but he was getting tired and when I went home that night I i. I didn't feel well and took my temperature and I had a hundred degrees fever. This is falling the first And I took a hot bath and I have. You had to do some pills and stuff and I went back the next day. Other than being Ho Ho paying of stuff little horse I seem seen to be okay but but but that that I was a killer and then have to do over again was was rough as far as I recall. We had to do everything over again. 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Whatever twelve page and you just Kinda shut in my pocket as I heard the as I saw the police station and they went over to I said you know and then it gets all? Maybe when I'm on the on the stretcher they could fall out take me out of the out of the capsule away you know. And then you know sending you is that maybe it wasn't just a three-man imagination or whatever yeah and and he said He liked the idea but he said we can't. I can't do anything he said. That's the big problem. He said that they don't WanNa do science. Let's fiction and he said they don't want anything that isn't explainable. But I didn't. I didn't realize I had no idea that that it was so many things against getting it on you know but but he actually really good sale have you have you said you have the definitive twilight zone collection. I do. I do that in the book. 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How Winston Churchill defeated Nazism despite his 'black dog'
"Now today on the show visual defend our island whatever they got maybe we should fight on the beaches on the landing grounds the field and in the street fighting the hill will never surrender churchill the subject of countless plies movies drama series documentaries and biographies indeed believe it or not there have been a thousand Churchill Biographies One thousand the first biography was written in nineteen ninety five and the author of the latest one is our guest today now according to the prominent British columnist and historian Tom and heffer regular guest on this program this most recent Churchill biographies the best single volume imaginable of a man whose life would seem take impossible to get into a single volume the book is called Churchill Walking with destiny and the author is Andrew Roberts who's written other water declined books including a biography on Napoleon and the storm of war a new history of the Second World War Andrew Welcome to ABC Radio Thank you Tony took great on us now as I mentioned they've already been a thousand Churchill books published what's different about yours when I was very fortunate that there's been an enormous amount of sources that have come out over the last five years since I've been writing this book the Queen allows me to be the first Churchill biographer to use of his diaries and came due to sex mets church every Tuesday at the second mobile church who trusted him the great secret civil war and luckily rate down everything churchill say within forty one new sense of papers have been deposed to church college archives in the Cambridge University and other people like the servies investor time I even mice gate rations diaries basic become available giving those same in fact now on top of the dates and accounts of the war cabinet but I discovered six years ago allows me to have some they pretty much every page book it's never appeared in nature to focus okay well let's start with Churchill's upbringing can you tell us about Winston's parents briefly well he's talking to the upper cloth he was a charismatic successful Victorian politician he became chance of Exchan- so you never saw any of genius in Churchill and green to netted frankly they all the Stanford right to any sound full of contempt and to stay and his son Winston continue to love him and Martin and when his father died when Winston was twenty he raises who's focusing in Winston sorry randolph someone's name and he basically didn't allow it to to scream up whereas his mother also route took nations over to she was a great American future in society maybe something offense with the Prince of Wales Austrian about Saddam heels Okay and you went to school did he do you have did you have much luck at school I mean what sort of student was he he was a monster the student and he made himself out to be it's very rare for politicians to try and make themselves out to be thicker than they genuinely All I it should be in fact that being the dumbs 'cause he portrayed himself broke free my life he in fact was in the top third of all the classes ooh okay well let's turn to Churchill politics because he wasn't always a conservative he crossed the parliamentary floor in Nantes in four over the threat four government opposed to free trade in non white at thirty three he was the youngest cabinet member in forty years and then of course he was pretty significant figuring the British military from an early age this is of Relevance to Australians Andrew What do you wrote about his filings glibly in Nineteen fifteen well of course he was responsible for the idea of the of attacking the Straits of the dodgers novels and it was a brilliant idea to come off name one of the great strategic tunes of the of history of all Pfaff but as we all know say silently on the eighteenth of March nineteen fifteen Liane go six ships foods straits and then of course largely town to Him we double down and and landed all the way through fifteen and of course over the next eight months few one hundred forty seven thousand casualties suffered in the in the West Inside Straight so this was a drastic and terrible decision but one boots the real problem came in implementation well yeah okay now we went into politics to elect liberals rejoined the conservatives in the mid nineteen twenties what did he do that because the conservatives came back to the idea of free trade they it'd been the policy that let's say that's the party he joined the Nipples does the Conservatives dumps feature each and David intense you're often attributed with the quite quite I if a man is not a suspect I by the time he's twenty he has no heart if he's not a conservative by the time he's forty he has no brain churchill really say that I am and unfortunately there are lots of great lines like that but he didn't say he might have if you're going to keep going for example make the safest shape about about lady astor drinking coffee around any number of things keeping lucky men like Groucho Marx no power say funny things people with cheating too even if you didn't say those funny things it was talking about Winston Churchill with Andrew Roberts now Andrew your account numerous occasions when Churchill cheated death in your fi. He survived a school stabbing Cuban Bullets Boer Artillery German shells on the western front a near drowning replaying crushes three car accidents and a house fire Croaky and I'm actually very serious mainly at the age of eleven nomadic agent doctors administered brandy to the inevitable and which she wanted to be so you will send you make the point the church will develop the art of seeing virtually everything through the prism of history yeah it was the fact that he wasn't himself from historic congruent several extremely good he's a genius he was widely seen as Virginia wasn't he won the Nobel Prize for literature and actually he's unhappy about that because the price for peace that he was going to win communicants history who actually has been disappointed when he got the Nobel Prize which shop now we talk about a lot of people think of Churchill he's attitude towards the Nazis and Hitler and of course the British policy of appeasement toward Nazi Germany people forget this but in the late thirties it was actually popular with the British people tell us more about how Churchill riled against the spirit of the Times in the lightning thirties well he was only a final team is it's like jeeze you grew up with Jesus father did like the whole day with them they appreciated the service they it says humanity he was honest from quite an early age and saying he had an early warning system came during the Nazis that a lot of the other people in many wrench AC- rights didn't have also were so we mentioned earlier in being an historian he he sold the threat let's go to the European balance of power that we opposed and EDUC- seen fanaticism place in his life in a way that the other primary tonight people standing Naples we will never change and didn't say he was the first major predisposition of the decade the only major politician to not only warn against Hitler Nazis but also talk with an idea about what do I e rearming especially in the air the by the way you know you obviously know John Howard our second longest serving prime minister did you know that he's middle name is Winston it was named by his parents in mid Naughty thirty nine? When as we've discussed Winston Churchill was anything but the flavor of the month he was seen as yesterday's man rod that shows John's parents and Great must be full size. This is searching tremendously impressive actually I didn't know that's in Ann Arbor got I think yeah well during the war Churchill husband and relations with the United States which meant that America applied an important role in helping Britain defeat awesome but what about the altar pace conference towards the end of World War Two was not Churchill's finest hour why well because they back large number of famine of Yugoslavs to to get to Marshal Tito too because he he basically killed them and a hand backlog Germans and ethnic Germans who an ethnic Russians as well actually Cossacks to stone promptly murdered them as well so as far as the share sort of real politique day was concerned they had to believe result in general had to believe starlings were vulne- that he was going to get to respect the integrity and independence another eastern European countries but unfortunately Adelson those deals went shot which net new Mexico's yeah false assurances by S- talented the free elections would be held in eastern Europe but I mean you bit hot on Churchill because many historians would decide that the dying FDI he essentially stitched Churchill up I didn't believe that case I've been I've found myself we H mccown superbowl cabinet Churchill held on return from Yalta in which very much that he thought he could business was done in the deeper deep stalling the only alternative to trust on of course he was for that much thin walls and it's very other fueled fairness of course because in a million Russian soldiers variant at the time he was also at Folsom Missouri in March Ninety six When you made the Great Iron Kerr in speech the first major Western politician to warn against started was doing in eastern Europe
"vulne" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
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How does that work with the rental companies. You know you have an inventory count but say that you know they had fifty pieces equipment listed on mir platform and it showed so you get fifty pieces in the inventory and then one of their salesman sold two pieces of equipment out of the yard do they go in update that on the platform so that that's a real time inventory story because they only have forty eight pieces sitting there but you're platforms shows fifty because transaction to happen on your platform yeah so they do our people update. We get a weekly update spreadsheet to put into the system but one way that that was a real live issue one way we we kinda mitigated that as win. The rental comes through through right. They're going to get a banner notification their phones a hey. This has been or seven of these have been rented right. They have the ability at that point to accept or decline that rental okay so of that equipment is not available. 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Nobody's gonna come rent fifty light tower in one whack ride so the chance of them having like three or four available whatever is is today one hundred percent right and so that's how we've kind of mitigated that once we get further down the road and get some of this geo tracking integrated and things like that with some geo fences around yard and oil and gas locations will know you know of a better view of kind of what you know where that really cool yeah where the equipment is and and when you know when it crosses this gio fence that ping's back back in the antibiotics so four dude so we're looking into those things as well being super high tech you don't even have dinner import yeah just geofencing it can companion and as it leaves and well sounds like you guys you're no on the right track are y'all. Y'all doing a another round of funding to create asa asa. We're in the middle of raising our series cool right now. I'll i expect in the next sixty days. Okay we'll have that close. We've got got a company. That's that's gonna lead the round for us. Great awesome. We've got a lot of investors that listened to the podcasts so shot. They're listening sit up. My man. Adam shirt will get you hooked up. A senior in your deck deck. Looks good stephanie not anymore for sure. I'll send your most recent one man we just we just redid our whole deck for our for our series area so it's like probably five times as good as the one you guys the most one dude bar high so what are some goals for you. Guys close the europe. We're halfway through two thousand nineteen you guys. Are you know fresh fresh in the game few months into what are you looking to do the clothes a europe yeah and so i mean short-term goals get our series round closed grolier team. You know you know we've got what nine people today continue to grow our team that were. We're are most of the team based in midland. Everybody's meddling. Okay also lance my i mean i'm in essentially i'm in midland and lances down lance's down every week but everybody else's in med loan fund the team in midland so continue to grow your sales team really ramp or marketing up. You know <hes> you guys got good content. Your contacts standout. It's very you know an industry full of just stagnant stale content. Yells ills looks good cool and we're actually talking about this a little bit earlier on the on the videos he's starting to get heavier into the the video content as well yeah man. I mean like i said i'm not not used to doing that sort of thing but it's getting easier every time ryan's loan. Somebody's not in the room watching me good. I'm still saying it takes a long time not have to be awkward when someone's watching you. I think i'm finally to that point where i can. I can pull up my video camera. You know in a public place and take a video but you know we're talking earlier about my first videos ever try making several years ago. It was just like fifty renditions of me trying to say the same thing has got sounds so stupid or what am i doing with my face. You know you like critique every every little thing and now i've i've just learned just to pull out my phone cameron vulne take video i just and the crazy thing is when you start reading the lives of told you guys the first one on did i recorded probably like thirty forty times right and the problem as you get worse every time right just like golf right when you get on their thinking about how how far you're gonna hit your drive. Did you hit it in a fricken. We'd get up there and swing the club. You hit a straight right. He's got to go out there and do it. I'd say swing swing the bat. Write a skit man yeah. I'm glad to hear that you're doing that. I think that that can make a massive impact especially in oil and gas linked in a such under valued an underutilized asset for startups in. I think that the startups that are gonna do really well in the space are the ones that have a team that aren't afraid to put out content on the video camera and just document the journey because i think that's very important to tell the story yes for sure but i mean really for the end of the year man were. We're trying to grow the business. We're getting. We're getting our sale. Platform launched like i said this week integrating our our delivery <hes> for on demand parts chemical reynolds things of that sort and then really creating more utilization for the assets that are on the platform and so circle you know we're we're going to close out our series a. and then kind of look at the future and see how far down the road are really is. Just keep just keep trucking awesome and so if anyone's listening and they wanna reach out to you guys. Where can they find us. <hes> what your website so. It's hitched app dot com. His step dot com was hits dot com taken. 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"More to gun control advocates, namely Madeline, Rinaldi, chief strategist at March for our lives Boston who says this Bill is about substance. Not sizzle. This Bill isn't really the most flashy or exciting when it comes to gun mounts prevention it. Presented us with a really exciting and unique opportunity. Purchase records sale patterns, it's a lot to process, but meaningful to a teen determined to stop violence. He'll probably say data and numbers so many times today. But something that I think we should all try to remember is that behind every statistic. And every piece of data that this Bill concerns. There are people who loved them and have dreams aspirations at the state house, Chris vulne WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio the shooter in the Virginia Beach massacre used a silencer and extended magazines democratic presidential contenders. Cory Booker, and Kirsten gillibrand taking aim at the NRA today. WBZ's Laurie Kirby spoke with Kristen Brown, president of the Brady campaign and center to prevent gun violence about what might have been prevented in Virginia Beach, mar will be coming out. I think it's hard to tell exactly the details of this individual and the circumstances. He issued his resignation letter within hours of undertaking this horrific mass shooting. Clearly there were issues here and we'll see what more comes out. But in addition to the handgun said he had he had extended magazines are devices that allow you to put more than ten bullet into the gun at one time, and he had silence. Why did he have those things he had those things because he was going in and trying to stop from having to reload? He intended to kill as many people as he could in a short period of time. And he was able to secure these guns in a very short period of time since things like one gun a month, things like restrictions on extended magazines and ensuring that silencers are not deregulated, which is a top priority of the NRA come to mind as important things that actually might have made a difference in this particular shooting. What is the goal of the Brady campaign? Our goal is to cut in half by twenty twenty five and we have very straightforward solutions. We think are essential to do that. Things like expanding background checks to gun sales, insuring that extreme risk laws are enacted all across the country to allow family members and law enforcement to remove guns from individuals at risk, and assault, weapons ban, and restrictions on high capacity magazine, you know, a lot is coming out about the shooting average beach. And what we do know is that the shooter used both a silencer and extended magazines. And I think we all need to look at these kinds of situations and understand that with the right policies, in place, we can actually stop the next shooting. It is not inevitable, but it will be unless we elect elect legislators who actually make gun violence prevention, the top priority issue. Do you feel that in this next election? This is going to be a defining issue for voters in the country. I ingredients to make. This defining issue are already there. It's not my guess is what I know I'm from Virginia, and I know in two thousand seventeen we had an historic election. That's when our current governor was elected in one of the top issues, pushing voters to the polls was the issue of gun violence prevention in two thousand eighteen we elected for the first time in decades gun violence prevention majority in the house of representatives. We need to finish that job, we need to ensure that we have a congress that will make this a top priority issue. And we can do that in twenty twenty and you see in this field of presidential candidates. Many who aren't just talking about the issue, but putting forth really thoughtful, and comprehensive policy approaches to address this issue voters will have the opportunity to make this a top priority issue in the ballot box, and they should because if ever if gun violence feels like an everyday occurrence to Americans it's because. It is one hundred people shot and killed every single day in this country. Chicago alone this weekend, fifty shootings horrific and for too many Americans, the idea of walking down the street in their community is something that they have to consider for many Chicagoans over the summer. The fear of gun violence causes parents to tell their kids to stay inside. That's not an America that I think is living up to its ideals. It certainly not America living up to the NRA slogan of freedoms safest place, quite the contrary. And I think whether you're a gun owner or not a gun on our, whether you live in a red or blue state, whether you're a Republican or a democrat, you have to acknowledge that gun violence has become far too common and their solutions that are commonsense entirely consistent with the second amendment that can be adopted tomorrow. WBZ's Laurie Kirby. Speaking with Chris Brown, president of.
"vulne" Discussed on ESPN FC
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"Syria has forced over twelve million people to feed at home since the conflict began in two thousand and eleven coming up after the news here, the remarkable stories of those who risk their lives to make it to say, for sure. Here I was. Team for four days on the two children, my buddy. There were suffering from thirst. And hunger exhaustion and fear. Why all around us corpses were floating on the water. And seven years into the conflict. Find out why some risking just as much by making the journey back to Syria. People want to return to the land, where they were born and grew up. They asked me to travel to Europe. Now, I would refuse. I will never leave my country again. That's beyond borders coming up with me Zaher mccown. Neil news with the BBC news. The Chinese talent comes fam-. Hallway says the United States is trying to drive it out of business as the company attempts to speed up its legal action against the Trump administration. The firm filed a lawsuit against the US government in March after banned federal agencies from using hallway technology. Robin Brown reports far away believes it has been targeted specifically and illegally. It says after moves to freeze it out of the highly lucrative US market, the company, lodged its initial complaint, in March now wants the US courts to speed up the process saying it believes it has a strong case. The firm's chief legal officer said politicians in the US are using the strength of an entire nation to come after a private company. The Nigerian Brandon Muhammadu Buhari will be sworn in for a second term later today following his election victory. In Fabry, Mr. Bahari, who seven to six has promised to continue. His antics eruption campaign manager reports president Buhari's team has said that today's ceremony will be low key fan. Instead foreign dignitaries have been invited to attend the country's democracy on the twelfth of June. According to the ministry of information, Nigeria cannot afford to hold two major celebrations in two weeks. The presidency, no curation comes as the country's facing sluggish economic growth following global slump in the price of oil security was another key election issue. Although the government claimed to have defeated Islamic militant group Booker Horon their concerns about broad insecurity across the country. Protest groups in Sudan, have begun the second day of a general strike. They're trying to force the military to hand power to a civilian administration falling overthrow last month of President, Omar al-bashir told me depot is in Khartoum. It's hard to say if the strike will be enough to shake Saddam's, military. You have both the military and the protest groups unwilling to concede any ground, since the strike was announced the military's been threatening any civil servants who take pot. It's also been seeking support from international allies. 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"Died last month at the age of one hundred and twelve from member station K U T Nadia hamden reports roughly two thousand people are inside the shoreline church in north Austin. They are all here to remember Richard Overton is believed to have been America's oldest man Overton. The grandson of Tennessee slave was born just east of Austin in may nineteen o six here for the army in his mid thirties and served in the Pacific theater as part of an all black engineer aviation battalion during the three years, he served Overton went to Pearl Harbor Okinawa and Iwojima when asked about the experience in two thousand fifteen Overton told NPR that he was just happy to have made it home. I didn't get back. Oh sham. Ligo. It body sound lousy. So when Overton returned to nineteen Forty-five, he built a home in east Austin and had lived there up until the day. He died over ten was known for his love of whisky and cigars to things he often credited for his long life. In fact, he was even buried with a bottle of maker's Mark gently tucked under his arm, and a pack of cigars in his pocket. But that's all he was known for his cousin vulne Overton junior. Made that clear the funeral Rijn had a special gift of sharing his unconditional love with everyone. And then you have to love came back to him tenfold. He was truly Lama so many Texas governor, Greg Abbott was also in attendance and had plenty of praise left for the World War Two vet merger. Overton is a Texas legend Abbott remembered a moment during Overton one hundred ninth birthday that he says represents the man's joyous spirit. A challenge me to a wheelchair race. Austin mayor Steve Adler and US army General John Murray also paid their respects to the veteran general Murray used his time to remind everyone that Overton story was not just one of an average soldier. But it's also the story of an African American soldier in. What was unfortunately at that time segregated units of the not so distant past overcoming discrimination to professionalism and demonstrated excellence to automatically right injustices, both in uniform in in our society, Richard Overton was buried with full military honors in the Texas State cemetery and may give out, but I never you for NPR news. I'm Najmuddin in Austin. Pictures. Go viral memes. Go viral videos, go viral, but a little over a year ago. A short story published in the New Yorker caused an internet explosion everyone had feelings especially women about Kristen repent short-story cat person which told the story of Margot a college student and Robert man in his mid thirties. After a few weeks of flirty texting back and forth to go on one date during which Margot goes, more and more uncomfortable. But proceeds to have sex with him. Anyway, afterwards, she feels disgust for him and ends things overtaxed. And when she runs into Robert again, he sends a series of progressively angry Tech's to her the story ends with his last text the word whore. Repentance new collection of short stories is filled with depictions of women and men who misjudge each other and treat each other with cruelty and discomfort a weird and awkward anatomy of life in the age of digital life. And me to the book is called. You know, you want? This and Kristen repentant joins us now from Michigan public radio, welcome. Hi, thanks so much for Adamy. So let's start of course, with cat person. How did you come up with the idea for that? It felt both personal and universal was it for you. I guess a few different things lead up to sitting down and writing I had been on a bad date. Nothing like what actually takes place in the story. But also, I was just I don't know. I was just sort of at this moment of self reflection. And then also feeling just disoriented kind of by the whole world. And I hope that that vulnerability maybe made it into the story in a way that people can knock to that kind of core of like confusion and kind of loneliness that I think a lot of the store. Yeah. And one of the reasons I think it had such resonance right is is that it shaped the conversation at a moment when women were grappling with me too. And what seemed to give it the Thrum of? I think truth is the word was that it wasn't about an overt act of sexual assault or sexual harassment. But rather the experience many women have with men all of a sudden, right? Someone safe becomes someone who might feel entitled to us. Right. That is one of those things where I feel like it was probably true for me, my whole life that I had experience with men were my attention, and my understanding of them was split or like, I think that this is fine. But I'm not one hundred percent sure that it's fine. So I'm going to be sort of subconsciously or like with some part of my attention being like, how will I get out of this? What will I do if he gets angry? How will I manage to defuse the situation? I mean, I can't speak for anyone else. But I do feel like it does seem in the wake of the story experience that many women had had. But also. So that they hadn't quite been conscious of having and not to me like does power writing. There is meaningful to me where it's not about. Like you seeing what other people are doing? But it gives you a moment to like look at yourself in a sort of estranged and like new number like, oh, yeah. I was doing that. And I never would have thought that that was behavior is engaging it until it was called to my attention many. If not most of these stories seem to be about these awful men and their relationships with women. And to sex this submissive who kills his ex girlfriend, for example. What are you trying to excavate? Yeah. I mean, I guess I would say. For better or worse. There are many terrible women in the stories too. It's true. The women are truly terrible too. Yeah. They're also given the opportunity to be disgusting. Excavate is actually a great word and often. When I started a story, I am trying to excavate a feeling rather than an idea or a thought there'll be something that's making me uncomfortable. And the stories are sometimes away for me to look at the sides of myself that don't fit perfectly into that story that I am often telling myself about how I am a good person about how empathetic and thoughtful. I am I think I am like that. Like, I think if you might be like, and she's a decent human being. I am. Absolutely. Sure. Thank you. But I do think that fiction for me has always been a space to escape that. And to imagine different ways of being in the world. And also to look at myself and the urges, and they're like desires, I'm the fury to put it mildly that I can't and don't want to but free in my daily life. And I think I mean, I am one of thousands of people who have been talking about how in the past few years anger of women and the kind of ugliness of anger in them is something that taken by surprise. And I would say I am one of those people these stories were written over the course of about like five years, and one thing that happens to me over the course of that time is that I realized that the emotion that I had been calling anxiety which was obsessive gang and sort of like being unable to stop thinking about something that someone had done to me or like something that might happen in the future. Also anxious, and then I had this. I was like you're not anxious. You're angry like just because you're not saying anything, and you're not you're you're smiling. Like, I am a person who will smile while her hair is on fire because it just seems safer. And so there are a lot of stories where the point of view character has a moment where they're doing something terrible. They'll look up be like who am I one of my doing like, how did I get to this place and not as a space that I return to again, and again as the writer, it's been awhile since your story was published in the New Yorker, and there's really not been more clarity on these issues around consent and relationships. So I wonder where you feel like we are as a culture since your story was so resonant. Yeah. I mean, I it's hard right? Like, it was just so wonderful. And so awful to have this collective moment of like recognition and frustration and disgust. I felt like what it seemed like all these women who'd had a shared experience. We're looking at each. Each other and kind of be like, okay, I'm not alone. But also, oh my God. Like, this is so pervasive. This is so ugly and uncomfortable anything I am a person who thinks that any more specifically you can name something the more power. You have over it. The more you understand yourself. And so I hope that in a very kind of lake perhaps slow moving and like, maybe even subtle way. Like if women saw themselves in the store, and they didn't like seeing that what that means is that they have something that they didn't have before a level of clarity level of understanding. That's not a solution to misogyny. It's not a solution to power dynamics. It's not a solution to how difficult it is to be a person. But specifically a woman in the world, but I do think it's a little bit better than it was before. And I see that with everything. Like, I mean, not was in a much broader sense of the metoo movement. Which was like all me too is saying is like this happened to me in another solid. It's not an answer. But it's better than before. When you thought it was just you Kristen is the author of the new book of short stories called, you know, you want this. Thank you so much. Thank you. You're listening to weekend edition.
"vulne" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton
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