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"wellman" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

03:32 min | 8 months ago

"wellman" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"Thanks to cot campbell. Mentor to me and Just keep fighting the good fight. We appreciate what you do. Aaron wellman everybody eclipse tb partners dot com. We've got a jump and good luck today. Talk to you in the morning. Eddie surly and rob masiello as well replaced sixty nine in the morning. Thanks everybody the races with feedback on sirius. Xm radio there's a great story to tell in pennsylvania. only three states have produced more breeders. Cup champions in no state can match our performance in recent years since two thousand sixteen. Our numbers of mir's bread has skyrocketed. Unlike the national trend in this year's live full report shows pennsylvania up over fifty percent. Why her incentive some bonuses are the best in north america. Please visit us at. Pa brag dot com nc. why. Pennsylvania is the premier place to breed them race in the past decade as real equine. Become depre- mirror equine supplement company in the industry because we spend millions in research and development before we ever put out a product because we only fda supervise facilities to manufacture for us because what we say is in is in them because they work. Because.

"wellman" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

04:12 min | 8 months ago

"wellman" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"You know it's interesting when you know people understand that these colts and they go to study because you know they under the hundred and forty mirror rule thing so there there's still going after be cold knowing that You know the potentially stood value are going to start. Income is going to be lower for these worse than the that have been grandfathered in that can breed as many as they want. So that's that's another interesting Aspect to this But the colt by part of it is really noticeable. Now so much so that Liz crow and and brad wise put together specifically a colts group Yeah completely devoted to and this is This came up In the last conversation we had this conversation with rob messy yellow and erin wellman is going to enjoy is going to join us. The last half hour this morning to further the the partnership discussion. But i brought that up about The highest level playing Google essentially the roulette wheel looking for stallions. I mean that. And that's a that's a genre of of you know goal setting you know of itself right. Yeah so that That's definitely Something a people are specifically doing. He mentioned the crow. Ford coke. Find group you got the avengers group. Interestingly you know one of the vendors group was salt cumin who used to use bad wise for and lose crowd You know. I think the human might have actually For mental in some coach for first earliest ewing purchases. And but now that he's joined. I'm ryan of pets at bloodstock and jack walsh and and that good He he's now in a competing group from militia group which you interesting how things evolve and pe- and people you know tend to go you know think about this. Also the avengers group with sf bloodstock and medicaid and starlight gracing. They used to be also with the windstar group when they raise justifying but actor that Because of the fact that the kenny trout windstar shows with china horse club. And they used to be with Petra bloodstock but because of kenny trout of winston always wanting to control a majority interest. And that didn't leave enough room for those guys you know they. They went their own way. And now you have winstar. And china horse go bind as one year. Sf bloodstock right. Matica group the avengers so-called avengers group. You've got somebody different groups that formed and they're all targeting coke and that's the stallion that's the standing in aquaria but it's funny but then at the same time i just again ended the conversation with rob messy yellow and knowing that aaron wellman is going to be on not that aaron hasn't had success with with colts but it does seem that Eclipse has had pronounced success with their phillies. And just you know and some of that might be again. It's the the upbringing as it..

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"wellman" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

03:40 min | 9 months ago

"wellman" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"So let's jump into this week's episode. Today is another segment of how I lead where we're talking with a leader somewhere in this world. And today, that leader is Melanie Stroud, how are you, Melanie? Good. How are you doing, Kurt? Very good. Now you're sort of halfway famous as I tell my kids that I'm halfway famous. You've got to play the Mormon. I'm sure a lot of people are familiar with your voice. You live in surprise, Arizona. And so maybe people aren't as familiar with what you do online. How do you introduce yourself? Okay, my name's Melanie wellman Stroud and I have a podcast called come follow me for us. And I had been married for 23 years and got divorced in well actually like the second week of come follow me for us. The second week of the podcast, my divorce was final. But in the fall of 2018, I was having a really hard time. And, you know, I'd been a stay at home mom for 23 years. I had 5 children. This was my life and now all of a sudden I was gonna be divorced. And not only just divorce, but not a mom, every other week. You know, every other week my kids were gonna switch, and so things were really hard. I went and got a blessing from my brother in law and in the blessing, it said something to the effect of you have a talent, you know what it is. It's time to share it with the world. And I was like, I don't even know what that, you know, and I got thinking and I thought, well, people like to hear me teach lessons and speak, you know what firesides and stuff. And so then one thing led to another and someone said, well, you should start a podcast and I went and got a microphone and talked in my closet, you know, I love Jesus. It was just really weird talking to nobody. And so I kind of just put that away..

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"wellman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"wellman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Relationships. Steve and i was fortunate to grow up in the business in southern california and in this instance as it relates to the raw there. Let's talk advisors or alex. Solis junior and jason lit. Alex is Someone who. I grew up with your in southern california his father alex senior. Obviously being a hall of fame. Jockey and alex. And i were far rats as kids and you know live dr. summers if we weren't on the beach and del mar we were in the barnes and in fact one of the first ever bloodstock deals alex and i did As aspiring professionals and the game was together on philly. name val benny. Benny became a really good turf really after we import occur from europe and won a bunch of graded stakes races and when the time came at the end of for three year old season to sell her auction. Because we were just trying to cut our keith and make a buck and do good for our partners Jason lit was working for three chimneys at the time and he was recruiting mayors to the sales and jason came out to del mar and showdown guy. A good time. We had fun. We forged a relationship there and then the mayor ended up selling for a million to that november. And we're all often running. Jason and alex took their relationship to hold him the bible and created a bloodstock agency together. Ralph's became their primary clients in in due time. And when.

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"wellman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"wellman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"A choice of going faster or slower. They'll take faster. But i think there's a lot more than goes into it then Than just time and i and i think that's important and they think you know when you sort through videos if i put the twenty nine four next to each other. They'll be songs that you like and they'll be on that you don't like as much and it's You know and how. They present themselves at the barn. Tom ventura everybody from ob. S sales and visit the website. Everything you need. is there and If you've got to call down and establish credit than be in position or if you're looking forward to you know april or june Get down. And i you know. I had hoped to come tom. But i'm right in the middle of of getting vaccinated so We'll we'll save it for. We can't do it in april because we're on our way to kentucky by then but We'll we'll get down. We'll get down soon. Maybe maybe the summer maybe june visit. We'll we miss you. And i think that's the good news. Is that people are getting vaccinated. Or they've had covert and they're getting over it and think you know there's that light at the end of the tunnel that we've been waiting for well and Beyond beyond these next two days the spring sale april twentieth through the twenty third with the under attack april eleven through seventeen and June first Through six for the attack. And then june ninth through eleventh For the sale so away officially in about forty five minutes tom. Good luck to you. Know to you and your staff and to all the consigners all the breeders and all the buyers have a good day. Tom vitor everybody. And obi s does it will be a sales dot com and of course the sales stream all over the all over the you know the traits there the and blood horse as well to watch of what's going to happen and somebody that's going to be watching and probably participating even though he can't be there he's got a he's got a pretty good It's got a pretty good bird. Dog down in ocala. Aaron wellman joins us from eclipse thoroughbred partners and certainly Eclipses on a roll. It's been a very good few weeks. Aaron good morning congratulations. Thanks so much for having me on. Not at all and i. I got a list of horses to talk about obviously after a wild Couple of weeks but The one you gotta be tickled. I could just tell by the way Your tweets came out Ohio winning again at turf paradise on friday night that was that was really fun and the ten year old Michael mccarthy's done an amazing job with him and wins the cotton fitzsimmons and He's just he's just amazing. No doubt about it. I've been very fortunate to be involved in some really special high profile moments in this business during my career classics on multiple continents readers. Cup wins. And i will say ohio's three pete in the cotton fitzsimmons on friday. At turf paradise might have been one of the coolest experiences i've ever had for sure i love it i it. This is one of those horses. You you get to a certain point and i don't i'm not gonna say they train themselves but It is it is basically sound they can re you know. They'll keep racing talk about the decision. You know year after year to keep going with him you absolutely right and i do appreciate the of you bringing this story to everyone's attention because if the story worth telling in it really does embody in a pit them is all. That's good about the sport. This horse is ten years old. He's run thirty six times. We had him off for about a year and made the conscientious decision to bring him back for another season at the age of ten which is a pretty aggressive. Move to make especially this day and age and you know with so much. Scrutiny put on the industry and trying to do what's best for the horses and keeping horses sound Death took guts on michael mccarthy part our partner bruce treatment and and the eclipse partners to bring this guy back grade one winner in fact. I remember being gulfstream florida. Derby day the day he won the killer mile at santa anita. And i was watching it for stares at ten palms and when i came down to see you are florida. Derby runner get saddled. You happen to be in the walkway that leads to the racetrack from the paddock. And i was just floating on cloud nine and saw you. And i just want to kill mile and you one of the first people i saw but You know he is just such a cool horse. And that's where the credit starts is with the animal.

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"wellman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"wellman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Been very positive The last couple of days in and i think people are just anxious to do. Do something that they like to do this. Is you know one of those businesses that you get addicted to it. And you enjoy like the russia. The russia selling like russia the winner's circle getting to the winter. Socal not an easy task and when you get better enjoy it the process we should not We're gonna talk to erin wellman in a minute. Who's going to be following the sale Remotely and it was right at this time. Really that we had a parade of Conversation about the remote purchase options. And how ob asking linden and phasing. All kind of ratchet up the mechanics of of the remote purchase. you know. Talk about the expectation. And and also i suppose You know people got comfortable after last year the time when it came to you know not having to be there in person you throw in the walking videos Obviously the breeze show videos and You know and more. There's everything anybody could want even if they're not on the ground Is available to them now. We have you know that that's become very popular. You still need someone somewhere along the line that needs to put an eye on the horse or vet the horse sculptor horse. But you know all the options and we see different levels of buying online. We see the horse. Is you know the inexpensive horses. And then we see the very high end Horses so. I think there's a lot of confidence in that One thing that we you know we've opened up also In the last year we we used to require the to come on the grounds signing. And then they could go back to their hotel at night and you know look and remotely but we've opened up that aspect of it too. We actually have a veterinarian in japan. That's been logging in japan to look at the rays in the repository. So it's not just the online bidding process Just opening it all up and like you said more and more common to have walking videos with the horses photos with the horses so try and get as much information to to the buyers to make him feel comfortable and give them enough information to where they can bid and bid Bid with confidence. And that's what we're hoping obviously from an auction company standpoint. We liked the juice in the room. We like the adrenaline flowing. We like guys to go. I i but the one thing we haven't measured in I'm sure that there. There's an analysis out there that does it. Is you know what makes you hit that mouse button. Do you get mad and wanna be higher or how does it work. So we're just giving people the opportunity to bid in any way they can and we'll continue on with the phone did but Online bidding is is here to stay and and getting more information to the buyers in in quick time as possible. One of the things. I was talking to someone. The other day is is we used to Before way back when we'd have the breeze show you'd have some people there and the people that weren't would come and pick up the sheets and she with the times and that was the information they got. And then we started videoing the horses and Unfortunately i'm old enough to know that we will use them betamax at the time and then we went to vhs and then we went to dvd. And and now you know we're live streaming and.

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"wellman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"wellman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"William Wellman's first ceremony was held later that year on May 16th this week in 1930. Pluto's The Ninth Planet in Our solar system is discovered at the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona, by astronomer Clyde W. Tombaugh in August 2006. However, the International Astronomical Union announced the Buddha would no longer be considered a planet due to new rules that said planets must clear the neighborhood around its orbit. Well since Pluto's oblong orbit overlaps that of Neptune, it was disqualified. Sorry, Toto this'll weekend 1985 and a highly controversial vote. The Irish government defies the powerful Catholic church and approved the sale of contraceptives up until 1979 Irish law prohibited the importation and sale of contraceptives. This weekend. 2010 professional golfer Tiger Woods hold the televised news conference where he apologizes for his marital Infidelities and foolish behavior. It was a closed conference with no questions on was the first time he had spoken about the incident outside his home. Woods would play in the Masters less than two months later, finishing tied for fourth. What happened? Thanks for listening to this week in history on my heart radio. I heard Radio Coast one on one with George Strait to ask what his first number one song felt like. It was pretty incredible, because, you know, I just felt fortunate to get a record contract. I've been trying to do that for quite a few years and What the Nashville and I cut on wound and they signed me on that on that record and on which gave me a chance to do an album when unwound was think it went five or six and charts And so they let me do an album and I felt real fortunate just to be able to do that. And to have one go number one was an incredible feeling. Keep listening, Toe I heart radio for more George Strait and all your favorite artists. The free I. Heart radio APP is.

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Social media stars sail away with sea shanty record deals

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Social media stars sail away with sea shanty record deals

"Artists are riding the wave of the renaissance on social media of sea shanties a postal worker from Scotland Nathan Evans signed a record deal last week's mine come on the Wellman became popular on tick tock starting in the nineteenth century shanties were used by sailors at work Evans got together with the producer two twenty kid is very inclusive C. X. about separation from you and say that the musician artist is not your yeah the collaboration produced a number one hit in the UK why are the champions riding a wave clear Matix is a neurologic music therapy it's really reflective it's very predictable and our brains love that so very very quickly we figured I he died in the music forward he also says there's something very powerful about the simplicity of like human voice hi Matt Donahue

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"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"I'm even like i moved here during the pandemic and so everything is still basically shut down. It's like red zone lockdown. There's no public events no meeting in person if it can be avoided however I still have found the opportunity to get engaged with the local writers. That are here I did just a little bit of research on facebook. I found that a local sort of publisher of stories is hosting a like a weekly writing event so i hopped into that and within a couple of minutes. I was talking with sort of the head of that magazine. And the like the guy in charge of a lot of the queer literary events in the city. 'cause they were just there online so just take a look around you. What's happening in your city. Look for writing events and you may actually run into some people who are going to help you kind of succeed with your goals that way. This is another interesting thing. I want to bring up. Because i mean this is kind of in the art set early arata category but it might even apply to writers as while there is a friend of mine who is an artist came on being said that. Yeah there's some plagiarism. Gone with artists. People take in someone's work in having credit for that. How is that being an author. How do you avoid that. Yeah it's a good question and i see some authors. That are very paranoid about this. And the truth. Is i think that in writing. It often happens less than you think mostly because like it's it's hard to take someone's piece of writing and make a profit from that like there are much easier ways that you could run run a scam the like succeed if that's what you were doing Stealing writing is not. I would say terribly profitable so it. I don't see a lot of that happening. However as a writer you do also wants to kind of treat your work with respect like you're always going to be improving as an author and kind of growing better with time but even from the onset I would say don't like don't share a lot of your work in less it's Kinda in an avenue that you're being very Selective about like if you have short stories. Don't like just put them up on your blog page or there will get like six views like Keep keep a little bit of I guess look at what actual authors in the industry are doing and then model what you're doing after them And you know if you look at Take stephen king for example. Like there's not gonna be examples of stephen king's short stories on his blog. You know it's going out through these other mediums. So like definitely i would say.

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"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"Reading in love reading articles at. I mean i know i talk about the people up through probably nine enjoy that i mean you feel like i mean you feel like you're prepared for everything and i think that's great the do i mean especially at something you wanna do for a living Yeah the the other thing is that you know although you know the statistically like the attention span of our more recent generations is going down. We rely more and more technology and like that's replacing some of our sort of short term memory in our interests. But i personally think that books are still going to be. They're going to continue to be valuable just because people do enjoy getting stories and for many people. It's now a little bit of an escape from the screens that were on. Twenty four seven so it. May i guess be a sort of less widespread. Perhaps them on books were the only option for entertainment. But i think it will still be important and there's always gonna be people who have story to tell that wants to right something so they'll they'll always be people who want to share something at least you shared. I mean i know we're in the middle of condemn it still but this and even during the pandemic of you ever felt you are. Is there a way. I could possibly sell my books or sure stories or coach in person or do any of that or are you just life At home on my laptop. That's the way to do it. I mean it's going to. It's going to vary a little bit based on what you would like to do it. I would absolutely be down to coach in person if someone happens to live close by and there wasn't a pandemic and there was a good avenue to do that but especially right now Digital tools do make a lot of that more accessible to people and it means that you know if you want to get a coaching session. You don't necessarily have to leave the comfort of your bed of you know so there's convenience for people to however. I think that writers do sometimes overlook opportunities that are right there in their city to kind of get people interested or to get themselves out there. you know in every given city there's gonna be a couple of small publishers most likely There's going to be a reading community and they're very well might be like a These groups are called shot up in rights. Essentially it's just you get together with some fellow writers and you mostly just right for a couple of hours Especially if you can't sort of aren't in a place to pay for coaching. There are really good ways to find a community. That's going to help support you. Yeah iran figure as by for example. What ones in your area that you think it was the match giveaway house occasions and all that in your home state. Have you discovered any places like that. They think are beneficial beer authors. Yeah so i actually just moved to a new city. Although i'm american i Went to school for the last couple of years in kingston ontario in canada which is just a little bit north of new york order And then just a couple months ago I moved to the city of montreal which is in french-speaking quebec out. It's a couple of hours north of kingston. And.

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"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"Because even though we've gone through some sort of terrible times over the last year I you know. I i do a lot of that. Things will continue to get better than that will leave a little bit of hate behind ago. And i think telling. These stories is part of that. Yeah i'm always stopping the best even with the situations right now. I'm hoping things get better because we're still the very began this year now with regarding your coaching for writing. How does that work if someone were to say you wanted to work. I want to be coached. By william weld howard outer. We all get started. Yeah so the nice thing about coaching is that it actually looks a little bit different for each author. What it starts with is me sitting down with you for a kind of a free like no cost get to know you consultation session. I want to figure out what you're all about what you're writing goals are and what you would like to accomplish from there. Then we start to figure out what exactly needs to happen so if you wanna get a book self published than i'm going to help you set goals that are going to get you there and then hold you accountable whether we're meeting twice a month or every week to actually make that happen and make the progress that you want to see. And there's a lot of writers out there who have kind of to one of which is that they don't have someone in their life. Who is there to talk to them about writing be source fr- ideas kinda bounced things back and forth to keep them motivated and secondly they don't have any idea of how like they know they want to write but they don't know how to get out there or what sort of opportunities they should look for And so with a little bit of sort of writing industry knowledge a little bit of marketing knowledge. I can hopefully Bring value to both of those sides. so yeah for the clients that i've been working with so far I'm only about one or two months into the service at this point but yeah it's it's been really positive so far and like it's been very rewarding to do something that i ve kind of unwittingly been doing for friends for a couple of years to like actually put more time into consideration into that and actually kind of make that more of a source of work has been really warning. That's rally interesting to be back coach. Kaz ever being scott juice release. There's something in them they wander or and to be a coach for that. It's really moral. I mean i think they're still people out..

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"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"I bet you miss marvel's going to find her way onto the big screen. I mean i. I i think do they have a big Asian led marvel plumbing. Our i think this year possibly so with that i. That's that's interesting because when you bring up releasing another countries that also brings up how china's the for some reason bothered by black people even on relief. I don't even know how black pampered dead in china was even released in china. Though i haven't. I'm kind of vin either ways. When comes the disney and marvel whether or not they are going to go through with. Lv to q characters. I do know they failed to do it. In star wars and they briefly mentioned go damran was gave but that was never even explored Yeah i mean there's a lot of issues regarding around that with big corporations lying to make the most money audible and trying to kiss the by Countries that are kind of people you know in some sense it kinda comes down to profit as well. 'cause like these companies are looking at They're they're sort of. You know what they could pull in from a foreign market for films released and like i don't expect that they carry exactly for human rights or decency or furthering balance in concert compared to what they're going to make at the bottom line but i do kind of think that it's getting to the point where there are like enough people who comfortable being outs end in the open and like making themselves heard and we're seeing more and more of these stories being really successful with that audience so i think now. Now it's at the point. Where even sorta giants like disney that have always tried to be family. Friendly in the oldest possible sense have started to realize that. They can't sort of ignore that. And i know that they're hopefully going to do more without in the future so i'm hoping for that. It's also nice to see that star. Trek actually is kind of being more inclusive with a couple of its recent shows. While i've been saved the recent shows i just know with it was i. Think star trek Where they try to or one of the crew members was gay without was a brief second. You saw him walkaway with a suspect. That was set. I mean he would be was still him the care to him Made over pronunciation of him but he was still a big character in the story. It wasn't a wakai like sideshow. Yup all that was still step in the right direction as far as that goes. I mean we've seen shows do that to like the boy is another example. You do have a major bear who was queer and all that being presented in that show. Yeah but yeah. Yeah i mean i think the thing is and this comes back to storytelling his wall. But you know we're starting to see these changes in sort of i. What what. I would says sort of mainstream film and media but it is still a really good time or biggie. A really important time For queer authors and really diverse authors of every kind to be putting their stories out there. Because this this generation that's born this year and is going grow up with movies and shows that are around in the next ten years and you know we're going to be teenagers through the films and shows in the next twenty years like that generation is going to have a drastically different outlook on life based on the media that consumes and the values of their parents and like that gives a lot of for the future..

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"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"In what i write and in a more specific sense writing in the horror genre I've i've kind of enjoyed some results that have come from pairing these sorta classic timeless horror tropes like you. You know you see the same war wolf. The same vampire the same swamp monster a hundred times different stories So i i do like to try and take some of those trends and added twist to it I might be relatable or kind of explorer some elements of lgbtq identity and so like some of the characters and stories. I'm telling right now. Kind of fall From that combination as long as they aren't beastie that's Yeah i have to. I'll representative free community with sorrow. I mean when you mentioned where awfully it's not one of those world from nagging scripted there. But he's discredited. Image of in your heads are either ilaga You when you go to bed or you'll be like a new one refresh news story now. This'll be triple x. Rated hear me out this business l. d. you were novel that you'll see a love it or they'll rescue for beastie alvie if that's even legal are i can safely say that my work tends on the pg side and likewise not. I don't. I don't know my goal was definitely not to scar the readers of much as to Kind of explorer. A question that they might not have asked themselves or push something to kind of the next level with one of these questions so not a not so much worried about i get around. That's why i do but the thing is with that it's interesting when you bring a pg that also means it's not something terribly gory or graphic. I mean even horror most horror stories. We'd like to think about bodies people getting main data So writing all that. Pg for then You for because we seem an entertainment effort example at disney. Disney has done this thing. We're named this character israeli Lake for example beauty and the beast. Gaston yeah food. He ate he's gay aren't even find out that the very end a he decides the Hand with another guy and that that is. that's like short brief clip. He just gets really crazy and buy whatever we've always looked at as like okay. Is that really representing everyone. Do you think do you think. I mean another example. We could say that pixar movie earlier this year honored there was the there was a cop a police officer who she had. She had such a small role in that movie. You could even say she wasn't even there but there is a Vying for one scene and then she'll be like oh. Yeah i just Hung out with my girlfriend. The yeah yeah. What do you think about when you present things. Pg but also with elderly q. Like what do you think about those examples. That have been presented in bigger media. Yes so. I've got a couple of thoughts on that i that sort of having goods. Lgbtq representations doesn't have to be inherently sexual or shocking. Oh no. I mean like yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. And so like. I think often kind of scare factor there and like this has been true for disney for basically forever is that You know they..

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"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"There and then as the kind of usership becomes more saturated and there's more content and kind of the greater bodies work with the rewards. Can kinda slip down a bit can become harder to actually get that video out there or to get that same presence like you could have been there earlier So when it comes to kind of these new trends and you know if you are a creative of any kind. I think it's definitely worthwhile to kind of dip your feet in and take advantage of that while it's there Because it may be easier for you to reach five hundred people on tiktok than it will be free to reach five hundred people on youtube at the moment. Yeah definitely it's interesting to see out things go new market. I didn't even hear about clubhouses. The first time. I'm he even hear about that. So those new apps and new platforms that avenue Jump on cats so it's interesting. Cr communication has evolved from mice. Face back in the day yet now. Another interesting thing that you brought up is that nali. Are you a short story. Author and also writing coach. Insult even get back to that but very important thing is that you are of. Lgbtq and How how do you may a Like out as the lgbtq influence the type of storytelling the type of creative work Do yeah so. I mean there's kind of a general answer the specific answer in general. I try to make sure that Not not even that. I'd try to make sure but just kind of fall. A lot of the stories that i tell are going to be sort of about. Lgbtq characters or they're going to kind of explore themes of identity or self in some way And i think because every author is even though the writing a fictional story there so writing from their own experiences kind of their own emotions and You know f- events in their lives get channeled into their work a little bit So some of that definitely shows up..

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"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"They i mean that's why taxes as popular as it is is they want their new entertainment or their knowledge in the matter of miniature s. Utterly you're kind of competing with that. And i mean i i get is going to be generations of people who will still enjoy that. There are some who say physical media eventually is gonna go. That may be true. That may not be true. I'm in that sense where there's always going to be a community of people who will enjoy physical media but yeah i do think digital is more popular so the thought of our is physical going extinct with candle. Yeah i think physical they might be almost collective items instead of something usually. I don't really know how things are going to go to be honest. Yeah well i think it's. It's a question that most publishers kind of people who create books helped create books in any sense definitely working through and trying to figure out. Because like you say. With for instance that is working in a brand new medium like very short video even less produced didn't sorta more personal than youtube And you know the average tiktok video is that fifteen seconds span and most people are not even watching the full fifteen seconds so with that in mind. I would say if you're a writer storyteller instead of being sort of anti anti the trends being like well you know. I'm just gonna sit over here. I don't really understand that. I'm going to write my book. What's going to work may be better for. You is trying to understand okay in this world where we've got translate tiktok that are blowing up or you know clubhouses and other new. That's on the rise. Like how can i take what i love doing. Maybe telling stories writing stories. And how can i present that way. So that this generation these trends will be able to sort of understand and appreciate that even on tiktok for instance there's a whole community of writers on their who are either sharing the process..

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"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"wellman" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"Here in the afternoon Afternoon okay. it's one game are ad just wanna make sure matching genders over here. 'cause william wellman is the person i talked to on the other said this computer. Are you doing really good. Actually how are you today while are just trying to hang in there. You know how this year's been gone for a lot of people are already. You are an author and for those who don't know. Why tapan books do you have to look up. William wellman one. What type of the reading material to over they find. Yeah so primarily..

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How Should My Fianc and I Split Wedding Expenses?

Ramsey Call of the Day

04:04 min | 1 year ago

How Should My Fianc and I Split Wedding Expenses?

"Corey is with us in. MILWAUKEE. Hi Corey. How are you? I'm wellman. Thanks for taking my call. Sure. What's up? Hey. So I just got a little a little situation for here. I got engaged a couple of weeks ago. Congratulate we have not set of data. Thank you very much. So we have not set a date yet, but we've been sitting down and kind of talking about Budget Hughes the issue my fiance is on baby steps flew in six. She is very frugal brilliant with the money I am baby step two I have about thirty thousand dollars left to pay I expect to have it paid off within the next few good a huge thing though. Since we are not married, we have been obviously we have not combined finances do sheet so she wants to pay like all of the down payments for that. We think she wants to pay for and she wants me to continue handling. My Dad is how it is I can. Payments. Stops what down payments are you talking about? Venue caterers all the wedding starting. Okay. So she's going to pay for the wedding. Well I mean at least for respond until I can get closer to my debt pay off. But I think we should split the down payments and split everything that we are saving. If she wants a dress thousand bucks, you know I think I should five hundred toilets that okay. What do you make? both of us are interested in Make about sixty five years great. Okay. It doesn't matter mathematically. Okay. Okay. 'cause let let's just think about let's say she pays all the down payments in the dressing the wedding budget you get out of debt. That's the way that she's talking about and then when you're married the wedding paid for. And the student loan is clear, right? Or let's say. Let's say that we did it your way. And we said Okay you're. GonNa, pay for half the stuff. So you're not gonNA quite get the student loan paid off before you get married, but she's not going to have about half the wedding budget. So she could follow up a big savings account over there, write a check and pay off your student loan when you get home from the honeymoon when you come home from the honeymoon and mathematically you're going to be exactly the same place regardless of which plan use. Six or woman? Yeah. You see how I'm doing that. Yeah I got that I got that and so I I'm okay. I kinda like your plan relationship better. Jeff. In case, we wouldn't get married right which will not happen I know but I'm just saying it just feels better like you're you. You want to know half of this wedding budget. And that feels better to you and all she's got a news pile up some extra cash over here that she would have been covering the other half of the wedding budget with, and we can use that to pay off your student loan. When we're married, I'm fine with all of that after the weddings over. Got It. Thank you for calling in good good questions and I tell you here's the thing. Where people script stuff like that Is when they don't do what he's doing and his fiancee, they don't talk about it. That don't communicate about it. They just make assumptions and they just plow forward as if nothing matters as if the stuff didn't come up. Instead. They're going. Okay. This makes me feel weird. I so weird feeling my value system that I'm not picking up my half the wedding but also feels weird that she saving money over here to pay off his student loan later and You know just talk about the awkwardness talk about what we're doing with the money talk about how we're doing what we're doing. It's absolutely vital. You can get started as a young couple in gauged working through your pre marriage counseling. With those kinds of discussions you are light years ahead of most couples. Most couples don't talk about it. and IT consequently blows up. Clear the air clear the air think it through use critical thinking skills come up with a plan that we both Kinda agree to execute the plan.

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"wellman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"wellman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"And it gets back to what we talked about earlier in the winter about being good stewards in the area Korea of which you contribute to the industry every single portion along the time line and you know the course course of the horses life and all the while the business ends from you know from the farm to the sales arena the development of of Eurlings into two year old race horses track executives jobs cognizance being respectful of of all the working parts appreciating the horse player working harder to make the game more attractive love to them because more handle equals more revenue equals more tools for a better practices is an and management and everything but it it is a huge undertaking and it passed past the basically fall to each every participant in the game. And I. I don't know what else I don't I don't know how many other ways to address that. Are that are possible. So we'll celebrate with quite a few of the.

New York lawmakers fight to end religious exemptions for vaccinations

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

New York lawmakers fight to end religious exemptions for vaccinations

"State lawmakers moving to end the religious exemption for measles. Vaccine state Senator Brad Wellman holding a gathering of parents and immuno comprised children in lower Manhattan. The push for the passage of a Bill that would eliminate all the medical exemption for vaccines. Some individuals believe in junk science that says vaccinations are unsafe. We're here to say we reject that notion, and we demand that we end non medical exemptions health officials say anti vaccine beliefs within some downstate orthodox, Jewish communities have helped contribute to the region's measles outbreak. An eighty six percent of all cases nationwide are in New York state. The governor says he supports that Bill. Crisis. A bill. Theo religious beliefs. You don't have a right to infect my child air been over five hundred cases of measles reported since October most of those in Brooklyn. And in

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"wellman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"wellman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Then you've got to decide which ones are going to make the final cut, and then and then all this and that and the other, but we get funding new restaurant where in L Kaleh Mike's tavern Liait there. Was was it. It was it was something else. That was Mike tavern outta town. A little like a like a roadhouse type of place or the peanut shells on the floor. Peanut shells. We're looking for blood and don't fragments. That you're ever going to the size of a frisbee. It was very good. A lot of fun. But but Aaron Aaron Aaron you go to said never again, he's never driving that far for a meal. Alec. One of those place. I got there. I watch a couple of people go in. I sit way. Title win. But what they have been overall. Just a little little dicey. Anybody go in and it's very friendly. So. Got a hand hand that headset over to to Michael McCarthy. Gary young will obviously talk to Gary when we get to the derby. And we're going to sit Michael down, and we're gonna get Aaron welded to errands, and they're spelled together. Aaron A R O N. Go to mentioned and Aaron Wellman who's gonna join us on the phone and errands got a goofy week apparently. And normally he would come out in the mornings. Michael McCarthy joins us and Michael number one. I gotta tell you the it was crazy how on Saturday at at Gulfstream. I run into Erin Wellman, the little general and he's on the phone, and he's he's all animated, and he's we just wanted to kill row. We just want to kill row. Congratulations. Thank you. Thank you of she two horses van. Super day catapult, Ohio. Nobody really deserved to lose that one. I actually thought we were beating. Took about three or four minutes for them to kind of make their minds up. Actually, it was eight minutes. But it didn't seem like it was that long about halfway through and thought they don't wanna see anybody get beat here. So it's probably going to be a dead heat which to my delight. Few minutes later, they threw up the white saddle towel the two saddle tile. And we were declared a winner. I was blown away. We'll made you decide to.

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Molly Wellman And Three Day discussed on Ken Broo

Ken Broo

00:17 sec | 3 years ago

Molly Wellman And Three Day discussed on Ken Broo

"Myrtles punch house and eastbound on hills will be closing its doors owner, Molly Wellman said she had issues with the bars landlord while trying to transfer the least to her name after she split with former partners back in June. Courtesy to close the bar came after receiving a three day notice on

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Aspirin, America and Carol Shero discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:12 min | 4 years ago

Aspirin, America and Carol Shero discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"We're gonna turn next tonight to a doctor's instincts kicking in while watching hdtv what that surgeon noticed on a woman's neck than reaching out to find her here's eba pilgrim my name is nicole that's nicole mcginnis featured on a recent episode of hdtv's beachfront bargain hunt the thirty one year old was celebrating the end of brain cancer treatment starting a new chapter with a beach house in north carolina wow but one of those viewers dr eric void quickly spotted something a notice that she had a lump in her neck so he turned a facebook to find her recommend she get a sonogram in a biopsy within days this post reaching nicole who went to the doctor and learned she had thyroid cancer doctor boy saw this and run it's mansion and now will be treated for it and it's not the first time in eagleeyed hdtv viewer noticed something and took action in two thousand thirteen a nurse spotted a lump on the neck of tervell mussa stora flipper flop she reached out to el moussa who was diagnosed and successfully treated for cancer aspirin ecole she's optima stick it's just a miracle in my opinion that he happened to see this on television at can't express how grateful and thankful i am david tonight nicole is busy planning her treatment with her doctors and is staying in touch with dr voight david exit doctors eva thank you to be mix of other news tonight the deadly building collapse in philadelphia authorities say construction worker was killed when part of the building came down a second worker escaping the building was being demolished at the time new developments from springfield massachusetts tonight authorities now identifying the bodies of three women found at that home linked to kidnapping suspect stewart weld and all three are women who had been reported missing from the area the case broke wide open when police were called to the home by wellman's own mother the little league scare and sanford maine carol shero in court today now charged with manslaughter she's accused of driving or car out of that field of thorns as she struck and killed a grandfather the judge ordering a mental health evaluation funny tonight here america strong the fourth grader you could barely see him over the piano but everyone could hear that voice.

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Richard Sherman, Seattle Seahawks star cornerback, to be released after 7 seasons

News, Traffic and Weather

02:07 min | 4 years ago

Richard Sherman, Seattle Seahawks star cornerback, to be released after 7 seasons

"To test the algorithm and then it's go time monday through friday you'll largely see the metering during peak hours those rush hours and patrick says weekday metering could begin a suit as april tune police have arrested four men is part of a property crime crackdown in downtown seattle this was part of a two month undercover investigation police believe the suspected traffickers were targetting low level drug users employing them to steal items from downtown stores and paying them a tenth of the value of the items they stole investigators recovered about 1100 eleven thousand dollars in property and about fifty thousand dollars cash the sea hawks have made it official longtime all perot cornerback richard sherman has been released from the team we spoke to fans who had their sad about that news i love the way you just told that like away didn't care but he supported everybody else i think he's a cornerstone of the you know that defense won the super bowl for the for the seattle seahawks and he's a he's a big big part of that one of the reason i watched football is so good getting sided with heads changed the passing game in general daylight savings time begins the moral that means the set your clocks ahead one hour this weekend it's thirty four past the hour komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's then we don't have any collisions or blocking problems on the puget sound area roadways were getting real mingle the driving conditions right up legal limits a little bit of construction this morning the bond late bridge the inside lanes be closed at six o'clock this morning that will last until he levin and the i90 by in both directions the east and westbound lanes bellevue way will be closed starting at five thirty that'll go until nine lake washington never green point floating bridge traffic moving a real wellman no problems and no restrictions on either snow quami or stevens your next report at 344 i might khankala on komo news it's a little bit on the cool side at least will be overnight some of you will be down in the thirties but i'm sure you've heard that in a bit of a.

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