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Fresh update on "wick" discussed on Fear And Greed
"Carries a maximum of fifteen years jail though are notoriously difficult charges to prove there was lots of interesting corporate news around. Let's start with executive pie. C. e. o. Pay jumped nearly twenty percent on isis listed companies. Last financial year on the back of record profits the bosses of gold-digging newcrest mining property group. Mirvac and woolworths were among the biggest winners. According to a report in the financial review but macquarie groups chamara wick remedy. Jaka remains the highest paid with reported by of just under sixteen million dollars. One of the biggest deals in corporate history. Got a kick along this week. The board of sydney airport opened its books. To a consortium of mostly superannuation funds led by ifm investors. The consortiums might an offer with thirty two billion dollars which includes taking on. The airports did if due diligence guys to play in the board of sydney airport. Were recommend the offer. It aptly demonstrates the rise of massive super funds and they're increasingly influential role in mistrial market whereas famous seven hundred and sixty four million dollars bid for australian pharmaceutical industries. Got the green light from the board of the wholesale distributor and retailer of pharmaceutical products. It means priceline. Pharmacies include skin care will become the basis of wisconsin's push into healthcare but private equity group e. j. t. dropped its bid for financial software business. Iris toaster boss. Andy payton said by twenty twenty. Five tokyo john will strip out a third half. A billion dollars in costs go. It's toast. repulse rewards program and expand investment in. Its five jay. networks how i covers. Eighty percent of mobile. Traffic brambles share price tumbled off the boss crime chip chase said he'd boosts spending on digitizing and modernizing the pallets company triggering short hit two prophets. Now i thought about the story. Brambles has twelve thousand staff and uprights about three hundred and forty five million pallets crates and containers across sixty countries. But it isn't digital. And i said boss shine. Elliot said low interest rates house prices and flat wages growth with creating a social divide making it very difficult for younger students to get into the mortgage market. I just hope that has just occurred till we. Surely he's net for a while..
Cheers Greet the Reopening of Three Mega-Hit Broadway Shows
"Other shows have reopened but Broadway made its unofficial return with the curtain rising for three classic shows Christensen weren't surprised the crowd by appearing on stage before the start of wicked it's one of the spiritual anchors of modern Broadway success along with director Julie Taymor is The Lion King you have the desire of the enthusiasm the courage to lead the way because as we know theater in New York is the life blood and soul of the city over at the Richard Rodgers theatre I don't ever want to take life for granted yeah do you Lin Manuel Miranda says it took six years to create Hamilton I'm so glad it didn't take six years to come back thank you for getting vaccinated and wearing a mask and supporting life Maxine checkers in bright T. shirts inspected phones and cards at the crowds made their way into the theaters I'm a Donahue
Fresh update on "wick" discussed on Country Morning
"I'm john wick with randy koon and updates from gerhard and megan over becoming your way as well more than two weeks after hurricane ida logistical problems. Remain at the gulf. Power is still out at many facilities and that's the biggest issue. Delays in unloading barges at the golf is also resulting in a shortage of empty barges. Needed up river to handle this year's harvest barges on the mississippi river from memphis tennessee to cairo illinois. Rockford at seven hundred fifty percent of tariff. That's up from six hundred fifty percent on monday. That dramatic uptick is in a market which typically moves just around ten percent at a time following hurricane ida total grain inspections last week where the lowest since january of twenty nineteen told the grain inspections for the week of september ninth down seventy five percent from a year ago. We'd inspections increased thirty three percent soybeans. Were up sixteen percent but that was not enough to offset the fifty percent drop in corn inspections no movement out of the gulf but the action out of the peon w was up thirty percent from the previous week. Us commodities market analyst don rosa's hearing a common theme to the questions he's receiving are we in a new plateau for commodity prices. Well we don't know so that means that you should take advantage of what you have. You've got curious in the market new crop even this year and next year. Still profitable for producers and an army. Mind you don't necessarily have to make hard sales but you can do some strategies that gives you the flexibility to get some of the up and down on august thirty first of last year. Corn was trading at three zero seven a bushel. Regressive egg marketing president. Ray grabinski says the may contract went up to seven seventy because that's seven seventy corn if you held it till now is now off the december contract at five thirty or so. So you know there's been quite a change in the market and right now we have new crop. Dc twenty two corn which is about ten cents from its high all time high in the past few years that it's been trading and we're trading at five ten or so so we went from three. Oh seven for cash gore. Now we have five seven five ten for next year's these twenty two the shortage we have this year. We're not gonna have enough corn in this area. And our basis could skyrocket for twenty one corn as corn and soybean harvest begins across the northern plains. There are good marketing. Opportunities read over farm network farm broadcaster care heart has more west central services grain merchandiser randy zimmerman says soybean maturities have been all over the board this year rainfall previous crop soil types How fast is brought that. Crop to harvest is has been really.
Some of Broadway's Biggest Shows Reopen Tonight Like Hamilton
"Some of Broadway's biggest shows reopen tonight like Hamilton The Lion King wicked and Chicago Alexander Hamilton Hamilton creator and star tweeted out with my dog this morning a kind neighbor walked by and whispered happy opening night Lisbon well Maranda went on and we say it's real so grateful happy opening night Broadway abruptly shut down in March because of the pandemic Chicago is also re opening covered vaccinations are required for all theatregoers performers and anyone working there masks are also required but there's no social distancing many more shows open later like Diana which first streams on Netflix before its Broadway debut in November Julie Walker New York
Fresh update on "wick" discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"I'm just like oh no. I wanna i wanna go. I wanna make my version of that awesome that that's why it's fun having a filmmaker on the show sometimes yeah. That point of view is really a cool way of looking at things But yeah i. I think that wraps it up for malignant is there another movie. Us recently like to recommend our listeners. I was at fright fest and went in the uk Gray woods plot. My second movie. Got into fright fest. So i went there and i was watching movies like crazy and other were few that i really loved but i saw. I don't know if i could say that. I recommend this movie. But here's a nicholas cage. Movie called prisoners of ghost land. No way to watch whatever the something like that and it is the most bonkers movie i've seen in a while. Now i went in. I saw his last movie pig and it was just a beautiful movie about criticism and passion. And like i was expecting it to john wick and john wicket was not i nicholas cage trying to save his pig and he was going to kill a bunch of people to get a pig. That's an hour. The movie is at all and i was shocked. All blake smart and gorgeous. And just like how you look and a movie that made me think like i walked out of it just going like holy shit. I gotta reassess my life but prisoners was just like the opposite. It was like what i thought pig was going to be. I thought prisoners was going to be opposite. I'm like this is going to be like a sorta dramatic movie which it is but it never takes itself serious and bill moseley's in there just like shoe in the scenery. Oh it's just a movie. We're after is get to go crazy and have fun so i i don't i wouldn't say it's like flawless movie. It's not amazing but it is an enjoyable time. If you're just in the mood for some weird nick cage can't we. I am very much looking forward to it. the awesome josh. Juanito people where they can find you and your work. Yeah so you could find a lot of my stuff. I'm on twitter at josh on instagram at for studios facebook. I do all the social media's Josh stiff dot com. You can find like sort of what. I'm working on or like what i'm doing but yeah follow me on the social media's and i will be posting My movie good exorcist. The first movie. I made for seven thousand dollars with robert rodriguez's rebel without a crew Is coming through trauma in the next coming months. I'm not exactly sure when. But we're gonna have a blu ray release so pick that up when it drops And then gray woods plot. My second movie will be coming out later this year. Hopefully and rebel without a crew is officially available again. No one could find it. It was impossible. But it's out on roku now so you can watch it for free on roku awesome gray. I'm looking forward to checking that out so as man well. I'm so glad. I was able to get you back on the show and maybe we will do it again sometime. We have to yeah. It's always a good time. Welcome to the podcast wouldn't die. I'm your host kevin with me as always aaron. What up each week. We'll explore the classics of the horror and sci fi genre with a little comedic twist..
Wet Notes - 9-13-21
"This is wet notes here on scuba shock radio from monday september thirteenth. Two thousand twenty one first up today is in another idea for diving with a purpose in one of the most recent newsletters from the coral restoration foundation the coral chronicles. There was a report that cr f. is teaming up with the atlantis. Dive resort in douma getty to offer a unique opportunity to participate in a week long program at the result in helping them build and maintain the largest coral nursery endowing. Actually the town where. Atlantis is located. The program is being sponsored by the coral restoration foundation. The loveland living planet aquarium and the meat foundation. The program runs from september twenty fourth to october. First two thousand twenty two there are planned educational sessions on coral ecology along with restoration efforts and techniques. You also conduct restoration. Dives along with some fun dies. This sounds really fascinating. One of the pictures into newsletter showed the table coral at apo island. I vividly remember that area when we dove air in two thousand nineteen there wasn't any pricing available in the article and you'll have to contact the hotel directly if you have the time and desire to dive with a purpose check out this program and market on your calendar. Long time ago. Donna and i lived in hawaii that was in the mid nineteen eighties. At that time we got to experience. What was probably one of the first while in walls in honolulu. If you're not familiar with wilem walls you can check them out. The wall was a large mural of the humpback whale on the side of a building near waikiki. It was quite impressive. Well it might not be a while and wall but if you happen to be near brant rock in mansfield massachusetts you can catch a the view of a mural of a large shark painted on the side of an old restaurant according to wicked local dot com. The mural was painted by a local artist. Shane leonard. Shane was a former football player at boston college. Who has a passion for painting and a passion for sharks. Now the muros on the side of the former arthur and patch restaurant that closed back in two thousand fifteen. The shark faces divers as they head down ocean street which is a one way street. So you can't miss it say. Shane says he likes the way shark. Show emotion. the photo is pretty impressive. there's no guarantee that the building won't be torn down. Now that is unoccupied but according to shane. Even if it doesn't survive it was worth doing so if you happen to be near mansfield mass check out the shark mural on ocean street about a month ago. Patio wear foundation announced their fourth annual aware week. Now this year it will run from september. Eighteenth through september twenty six two thousand and twenty one the whole idea behind aware week is to empower the global dive community to lead or take part in conservation activities in courses focused on local action for global impact in the past aware has focused on two elements marine debris and vulnerable marine species this year in concert with patties blueprint for ocean action. They're adding three more components. Climate change marine protected areas and coral reefs. Some of the ways. That dive shops can participate or by conducting aware classes like dive against debris coral conservation or the aware specialty. Also like us. You can become a one hundred percent aware dive centre where you provide a monthly contribution in support of the patty certifications you award. We are very proud to be one hundred percent aware. But here's something that. Patty aware foundation needs to work on. We need more notice as to win. Aware week is happening. I wasn't sure what was happening this year and our calendar filled up and we weren't able to get things scheduled as i mentioned at the top of the show. We've already created are twenty twenty two calendar and it would be nice to know when aware week twenty twenty two is happening. I also mentioned at the top to show that the re photo contest results were in and that i didn't win while scuba diving magazine. Magazine's two thousand and twenty one through the lens contest is also complete. The winners were recently released at scuba diving. Dot com and the photos will be revealed in september october special photo issue. They received one thousand seven hundred and nineteen photos from around the world. The contest categories included behavior compact camera macro and wide angle. The entries were judged on beauty originality and unique encounters. I check them out and they are spectacular. I only wish. I had the talent impatience to do that kind of work. Now if you wanna get a jump onto twenty twenty two contests they will start accepting entries january third two thousand twenty two and you can submit your photos through may thirty first two thousand and twenty two and finally we recently received our two thousand twenty two aqualung buyer's guide along with information on all the new products coming down from aqualung apex. So i thought. I'd give you a little preview on what's on the horizon. I from aqualung. They are releasing a new regulator the helix pro and the helix it looks like the helix pro is a mid range regular and i think it's replacing their core. It is a balanced first and second stage in his environmentally sealed with four low pressure ports and two high pressure ports. It was built for cold water and has the automatic closure device or a cd. lower end. helix is not environmentally sealed. And it doesn't have a cd and it's designed for warmer water. Also coming out in two thousand and twenty two is their new. Aqua fluck aqua flex men and aqua flex woman wetsuits. I think it's a redesign of their tried and true. Aqua flex line they also have a two millimeter. Free flex wetsuit now. The i one hundred computers going to come in a new color yellow and speaking of colors. They've added a number of different colors to various products including something called sand petrol red and orange as for eight packs. They also have a new regulator the xl four osha and it is billed as a totally sustainable regulator bay from post consumer waste it comes in grey or mint with some great etching. On the first stage. I suspect it's just like the xl four plus being an overbalanced diaphragm regulator with two hp and four l. p. ports. It looks pretty. Sharp and apex is releasing a new dive computer to the sx. It will be program can program up to six gases and monitor six transmitters. The has a titanium basil making it lightweight endurable but also has a color display. There's something more that require. Some more research It says it has in oh to analyze or onboard. But no to sell gotta check that out a little bit. There's a lot more out there and over time. I'll give you more updates from both aqualung and apex. Well that wraps up wet notes. Here on scuba shock. Radio for monday september thirteenth. Two thousand twenty one
What Do the Scriptures Say About Abuse?
"Women of faith. You're really familiar with the wheat in the tears. And for you women who are not a faith. Please indulge me in listening to this and i would love your help as well. I've been studying the parable of the wheaton the tears and i'm wondering if matthew thirteen verse twenty five where it says but while men slept i wonder sometimes if that means that while the clergy while the legal system and basically any man who could stop the abuse but won't right they will not hold the abuser accountable. They won't believe us they won't listen to us. That as these men sleep that the children of the devil grew and grew until you could see their fruits. Basically is what this is talking about. And so a lot of victims of abuse try to justify not setting boundaries with the abuser. Because he's quote unquote a child of god like well. He's a child of god. And so i'm gonna love him and care about him and god loves him but in this parable starting in matthew thirteen it clearly states that there are children of the quote unquote wicked one. And i've really been thinking about the way that the scriptures both the bible and the book of mormon describe men who are not obeying the commandments. They don't say and he didn't obey the commandments. Because he felt shame and so we wanted to love him and care about him. They don't say that they actually call them a word and the word that they call them is wicked. This is a common term used throughout the scriptures. Part of me is wondering. Why don't use this term anymore. This wicked term and part of it is the christian. You know aversion to passing judgment but christ also asks us to decipher between good and evil. That's part of the reason why we're here on earth and so. I think this is an interesting thing to think about. There are those of us who have set boundaries. We've removed every single thing. The abuser can use to hurt us so essentially there's nothing left for them to use to hurt us except for one thing our children and because they're the dad they have that in and they're able to assert control that way every day. I has stories of shiro's victims of abuse who are slaughtered regarding custody in the courts. They're not believed or supported by their churches and everyday i hear about how their children these children of wicked men and righteous mothers are just dragged through chaos and
Breaking Down the Marxist Ideology of Climate Change
"Says the main sources for climate crisis are the political and economic systems. Capitalism. Constitutionalism, commercializing and re if eyeing, nature and life, less impoverishing spirituality and imposing consumerism and developmental is, um That generate unequal regimes and exploitation of resources. It's a mouth full of stupidity. The global crisis that's exasperated by unsustainable practices of exploitation and consumption. By the developed countries and the elites of the developing countries. See China loves these useful lead idiots. It does their work for them. Like Ed Markey of Massachusetts. If China could they give them? You know, A, uh Medal of Communism Award in Beijing. He's such a putt. We demand the leaders in the North, not continue Such wicked practices. That destroy the planet and demand. The leaders in the South not followed the development models in place in the North, which lead to the civilizing crisis. We urge them to construct an alternative path to achieve fair, egalitarian and sustainable societies and fair economies. Uh, a k a Marxist. For such purposes. It is required that the developed countries meet their moral and legal obligations, especially vis a vis vulnerable and marginalized countries and communities by lifting barriers such as intellectual property rights. Which prevent the attainment. The preservation of life of the planet and the salvation of human species. That's amazing intellectual property rights. So where does the order these intellectual Inventions and products come from Mr Producer. Capitalism. It's not fair that we don't share them. So we have to destroy capitalism and yet make its bounty available to The rest of the world.
Musicals Return to Broadway With ‘Waitress’ and ‘Hadestown’
"In new york performances on broadway reopened last night after going dark for a year and a half because of the pandemic one of them. Haiti's town is a contemporary retelling of the orpheus. Myth reporter jeff. London was there. The doors opened early to allow time for audience. Members to show vaccination cards to enter ushers held signs to remind the audience to wear a mask and the atmosphere was electric. The show stop several times for standing ovations when it was all over. The crowd took the street in front of the walter. Kerr theatre where the cast serenaded them with the title song and invited everyone to sing. Lean on me in the next few weeks. Several more musicals will open among them hamilton. Wicked and the lion king
Pros & Cons of the Rode NTG-3 Shotgun Microphone
"The road in tj. Three a shock. I'm mark not a traditional choice for a podcast is still my favorite mark. My voice when. I'm speaking completely in awe selection if it's just going to be may on the recording like maybe on the bubble podcast for example which is a tv podcast that. I don't like a hubby cher. That mock works. Great for that when i think about what. I'd like to san locked recorded. That mike doesn't fill me. It gets me there but there are a few issues with the mark being a super cardio. Patent mania has a very taught pickup patent in front of the microphone. Basically when those patents start to become more narrow it does open up a window at the back of the marker fine for whatever reason physics that you will sell a some re noise problems. So if you've got a holly reflective surface directly behind the mic or annoy souls like a small feign or an air conditioner on the wall directly behind the mock you will mice lockley pick up more of that san than you're expecting to and the other thing is and this is something that ryo tiger actually mentioned to me that ryo tiger from the podcast. Roundtable shukan mocks. Ken behave little bit strangely in very small rooms and i mean a very small room at the moment. This is a small bedroom. That i mean now so i don't use it in. He because when tested adding this is the smallest of ever obtaining podcasting was basically just the studio and that it does and very booming here. And i'm not sure why is just the way does marks wick. It does tend to send muddy if it's not in exactly the right place in the room. Like i could find a spot in this room but i had to three lodge catches in so unless i'm going to record standing up talking to that mike where can move around a little bit. I'm kind of limited. As to where i can actually position myself. Sorry i would bar. I shock on mike and try in your space. I if at all possible because in my opinion you're either gonna get close to the best vocal sant that you're gonna be able to get or it could be really hard to deal with
"wick" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast
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Kids Are Using Soda to Fake Positive COVID Tests
"Kids in england are using soda and juice to fake positive cova tests so that they can get out of class just another example of kids applying their genius in excellent if not quite productive ways. Mark larcher professor of science communication in chemistry at the university of whole decided figure out. Why exactly this works. His you know apart from kids may be skewing. Some of the data and causing unnecessary alarm about outbreaks of their schools. It is potentially concerning that something like coca cola. Could trip the tests. I you should know that these are lateral flow tests. Lsat's in the states they're more commonly referred to simply as rapid tests as opposed to the pc are tests. That can take a few days to hear back at some cases. They're handed out for people to test themselves at home. They function a bit like pregnancy tests with two lines appearing on the device to indicate the presence of the virus. But of course. You're using a swab from your nose or throat. not you know. Pe- lords explains how the tests normally work in the conversation quotes. If you open up an elephant device you'll find a strip of paper like material called nitro cellulose and a small red pad hidden under the plastic casing below. The tea line absorbed to the red pad are antibodies that bind the cove in nineteen virus. They are also attached. To the gold nanoparticles. Tiny particles of gold actually appear red which allow us to see where the antibodies are on the device. When you do a test you mix your sample with liquid buffer solution ensuring the sample stays at an optimum ph before dropping it on the strip the fluid wicks up the nitra cellular strip and picks up the golden antibodies the latter also bind the virus if present further up the strip to the t. For test are more. Antibodies that bind the virus. These antibodies are not free to move. They're stuck to the nitro cellulose as the red smear of gold labeled. Antibodies passed the second set of antibodies. These also grab hold of the virus. The viruses then bound to both sets of antibodies. Leaving everything including the gold immobilized on a line. Next to the t. On the device indicating a positive
"wick" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast
"Are thrilled to be joined today by wilderness specialists and the defacto landscape photographer for the bureau of land management bob wick. If you have ever admired the public land's imagery in one of our research reports. Chances are you are looking at a photo taken by bob wick and although bob may not be aware of his rockstar status outside the bureau the center for western priorities and many other conservation organisations rely on his photographs to help us communicate about the importance of public lands across the country. His work has also been featured on postage stamps commemorating america's wild and scenic river system. If you look up any number of blm lands on wikipedia. You probably find bob wick photograph there as well and i have to break the news. Unfortunately that bob is retiring at the end of this month. He agreed to join us here on the podcast to share some insight into why he is so good at what he does. And how he got here in his remarkable career. So bob wick. Welcome to the landscape. Well thanks for having me. And thanks for that very gracious introduction. I really appreciate it. I want to start with the basics. I wanna know how a guy who grew up in western pennsylvania. You're earned two four street degrees in the mid atlantic region. And then you find your way somehow to l. office in canyon city colorado writing wilderness. Study reports. how'd you. How'd you land there. Well you know when i was younger. The four service was kind of the go-to agency for forestry majors. Natural resource specialists and going to school. With both penn state and virginia tech. All of our textbooks would always have this little paragraph with the end of a chapter saying. Oh yeah and there's this. Other federal agency the the vietnam that manages more federal land than any other agency and and they have forced resources to period. That was it now. So it was a totally unknown agency to me But actually when i was in grad school one of my Professors new personnel in canyon city. And they were looking for a temporary and employee and i put in for the position thinking. Wow i always wanted to be out west. I'd never been less than mississippi so landed in colorado right at the tail end of the wilderness study process so It was a great way to go west. I drove my pickup truck out and haven't been back since other than for visits. And when when are we talking about there when you started. This was in march of nineteen eighty eight so over thirty three years ago. So i mean that's one of the things we're going to get to. I think is how the agency has evolved over those years. But start with your work as wilderness specialist. What does your day to day. Life look like working for the agency on wilderness issues. Well right now. I'm i worked for our headquarters office. i've been here for about seven years now but i've I only took the job on the condition that i could stay out west back when our headquarters was in dc. So i've always been based out of sacramento. But i did a lot of trouble shooting whenever problems. Come up with field offices or state.
Why Marketing & Dev Need Each Other With Jennie Larsen
"Were them. Simplify is yeah and what you guys do in about. Your older developments simplified is a full development company. The thing they do most is custom development fast product apps processes back in so they do custom coding and they do a lot of websites as well. But not so much wordpress sites or wicks type sites. These are sites where people need something very specific or they want a very specific customer journey or something interactive that you have to have custom coding written for and so i actually approached. My brother is one of the owners. He's owners with two other people. And i approached him and said you know it just makes sense to me that you guys would offer marketing solutions. Because you're a developer. Usually if someone is getting a product developed they actually did take that product to the market and so that kind of how that whole journey started. And i was about four years ago and since then we've just become a real powerhouse team between marketing and development. We've realized i brought in marketing. Customers that needed development and development has brought in customers that needed marketing. And so we've actually created this really cool powerhouse team. Between the two companies we used to just be development simplified now. We have marketing simplified. They are two separate companies but working under the same. We work in the same office. We have two offices that we have two teams and yes so it was a four year journey. We just the benefit to that has just been massive in. It's just the development beads. The marketing the marketing deeds development end the customers just really benefit from that relationship.
Healing Hormone Imbalance (Without Hormone Replacement) With Dr. Deb Matthew
"After matthew. I'm excited to have you on this day. In if you put it was a little bit of background about you are and what got you doing the work. You're doing sure thanks for having me. It's great to be here when i first graduated from medical school. I actually trained as a pediatrician. And i was perfectly happy thinking that i knew everything you know. They taught me everything. I needed a medical school in my own personal life. I didn't feel good. I was exhausted like the most important task of my day was to find a way to have a nap nan. I was irritable. I was flying off the handle at my kids. My poor is the one that bore the brunt of my wicked witch of the west impersonation. He just really honestly didn't know what to do with me. Half the time. And i knew that something was wrong like i knew that how i felt wasn't normal but nothing in my medical training helped me to really understand what was wrong with me. I wasn't depressed but yet something was wrong. And as my husband came across a book that was written by suzanne somers and it was called the sexy years and when he kind of flipped through that book he saw all kinds of things that reminded him of me and he brought the book home and my first reaction was like. You've got to be kidding me. Suzanne somers like christy snow thigh master. But i knew that we had a problem. It was affecting our marriage. It was affecting my kids. It was affecting my job at work and so i read the book and i gotta tell you that book has completely changed my entire life because when i read the stories of the women in the book who were just like me and how much better. They felt when they got their hormones back in balanced. It really allowed me to open my mind and allowed me to find that there were places that i could go to learn this whole new approach to health and wellness that i didn't even know existed and so as a result i was able to get my energy back. Mccain's got their mom back. My husband got his wife back. I got my life back. But i could not go back to what i was doing before just spending my whole day. Writing prescriptions because most of the time those prescriptions are of just putting a band aid on your symptoms. They're not really getting to the root cause of the problem and making people well.
Life Coach Victoria Albina Gives Tips To Deal With Burnout
"How does one go about treating burn out. And can you do it on your own or should you always seek out professional assistance. I mean the ladders challenging one right because as as a license healthcare provider. Of course. I i need to save. Please visit your primary care provider and having been a primary care provider. I know that you're not gonna get much help there. So i've met my legal and ethical duty. But i also know like it's where where's it gonna get you right. They're not gonna do the complex adrenal testing that functional medicine holistic provider might So if that is within your financial capacity to go to functional medicine to go to a holistic healthcare provider to go to acupuncture to go to bodywork would recommend those things in addition to talking with a counselor therapist coach. Right someone who is focused on helping you to understand the complexity of what burn out really looks like then of course let us note the irony here right if you're feeling wicked burned out. What's the last thing you want to. Maybe talk about it right or like even hunt for someone see if they take your insurance if you could afford it make an appointment schlep across town find or find park. you know. it's i mean. One of the pandemic has been horrifying of course particularly for black and brown folks. Low income folks. But what's been phenomenal about. The pandemic is the shift. That's how a health and the fact that now so much more is available from your living room. So i do want to remind folks that maybe the part isn't part of it so consider maybe that does it need to be a barrier to care and i think it's important for us to recognize that it takes a big person to say. Okay yell i am not well. I write hired. I m out like that's step number one and then loving yourself enough perhaps or wanting to give yourself the grace of the compassion that you deserve to then say okay. I am going to take responsibility here and do something about it because in the moment that i you know step like figuring out what you're gonna do here that can certainly be overwhelming but when you take a step back and you think about the benefits that will come hand in hand with you doing something for yourself with you getting willing to step outside of that comfort zone. Make a change. That's going to impact this extreme level of bernau. That's worth it in the long
Springsteen's Back on Broadway, but Not Everyone's Happy
"The boss is helping bring back the lights of Broadway after being shut down for more than a year because of the pandemic, New York's theater district reopened with Bruce Springsteen on stage and NPR's Gile Snyder reports, Springsteen fans were ready. Fans lined up outside the ST James Theatre to see Bruce Springsteen kick off a 30 performance update of his solo show from 2017. Eastern Jordan was among them. It means a lot because it's history and people are going to get back to Broadway, people will come back to New York City and This is my city, and I'm thrilled that Bruce has decided to lead the charge back to Broadway. The Springsteen concert was the first show on a Broadway stage and 471 days, the longest shutdown in Broadway history. Other major productions are set to start up again in September, including Hamilton Wicked and The Lion King. The Springsteen Show did attract protesters angry that only people who have had an FDA or W H O approved vaccine were allowed to attend. Trial. Snyder NPR
How to Repair Your Client Relationship When Things Go Wrong
"How do you repair your client relationship when things go wrong. There's a critical juncture in a client relationship. When something goes sideways we all know. Even the best strongest relationships encounter a rough patch. Now and then this is the inflection point where the relationship can take a wicked turn for the worse or become stronger through recovery. Here my seven steps to repair your relationship and avoid planting a bitter seed one keeping sharp focus that this is the point. Your customer is the most insecure to you need to perform emotional repair three. Stop explain for engage in dramatic listening five. Remember it's all about the customer's perspective. Six show that you value the customer seven. Make it right to help frame these steps. I embraced that a complaint is the customers way to help us do business. Better a critical component for recovery from a mishap is step number two performing emotional repair. And i have a story that will help illustrate this. There was a situation where we missed completing the emotional repair necessary for a successful service recovery. Here's what happened. Our client attempted to contact us at the end of the business day and our customer service agreement coverage had ended by that time thus there was no one available on the customer service team to take the clients call at that point. The next escalation point for the client was me. Unfortunately i was unavailable for several hours. Due to a family event
How Robin Lord Taylor Learned to Love Auditioning
"This week. We are joined by a very special guest. You've seen him in such films as accepted. Would you rather and john wick three tv. He's appeared on law and order the walking dead. You gotham and the upcoming amc series. Kevin can fuck himself. Please welcome be incredibly kind. Talented robin lord. Taylor hide guides. What's up thanks for being here. First of all you didn't did we. Did i hear skeletons in there that this we may adams very humble. You've heard you've you've seen him in skeletons and just mentioned like any any laws. Lost and found are the projects that i know. I know. I know we'll get to that later when exactly right exactly it. Welcome rod. hi how are you fit tastic. Amazing it's i mean you know after this fucking year like i mean. I don't know you guys. You will actually no tommy. You used to live in new york yes. I moved to january late january crazy by when moving. It's like exactly. I was just texting my buddy rodney. Who can't make it to like one of our like Engagement parties because we know that half of the people aren't going to be able to make it. And i'm like i'm so sorry for leaving new york because anybody think during covert there was no goodbyes or is no salutation. Seal one last place that the one last dinner at the pizza place or whatever it was just like later it was so sad to to move. But i'm so happy in la. It's wonderful are you. You're in new york new york. I'm in new york. This is my twitter about to be twenty first year new york city which is very exciting. I was gonna say. I mean adam. You're here you're in new york. you see that just. The city is coming back to life in the most glorious way and i was like i friends this weekend and went out to restaurants saleem. And you're just like no we're back feels but it was also like i was saying to my husband. Jiechi like you know. There's a tangible sense of happiness and positivity in the city right now which is just so beautiful. Luggage is really you know. It's just amazing. Everyone is just so excited to see each other.
"wick" Discussed on Open Campus Podcast
"Destination absolutely you know i guess the pull back wild in. That's really cool. But yeah so i would recommend it to anybody who wants to you. Know in. it's it's more of a learning process. It's another one of those things. It's not something you really master. Some people ankle support is worth every dollar to have a boot you know. Some people have hobbit feet can somehow managed to hike choco's that's not me You know some people have to have a pillow. Some people can sleep up right on a stump. No it's just it's more about preference in style and cool. Yeah a walking is eighty percent of it. You know so great something. We can kind of pick up and deal tweet. That's awesome well. I feel like we've talked about a lot of cool stuff. I don't know if i can encompass this episode in one message that i want to. I think there's gonna be cool. Hey your own way like mr way now. I think that's it. I mean. I think he's he brought up the The different modalities the different intelligence. Intelligence is just recognizing that you have a niche. You have placing if something to offer and be bold be great. Be wonderful to cool thing if embrace those teleconferences you know whatever you can find something. You're good at you know. Tell your kids or your peers or something that you're seeing that person and you know really hit home that that is something to be proud of. You know whatever it is yeah. There's no such thing as the smart kids. You are the smart kids You are in. it's finding you know. And not so much improving. If there's something that is kind of hard to do struggle you still improve that but also to embrace what. You're good at bray. you know. Yeah you know did shaquille. O'neal probably practices free throws. Yeah all great but you know also. Did he embraced what his strengths were. Yes you know you have to take pride in ab awesome skid staff well mr wick. This has been amazing. We want to as friends as colleagues as humans of this planet Wish you the very best. Yes as you go to gretna. They are getting a great one. I know that Your new elementary school will shine with you and others in the building. And you're gonna do great service to kids in that area and we appreciate everything you did for the students of our community. My own children It's been awesome. The two years you've spent here have made quite an impact and we wish you the very best and thanks for being with us. Thank you so much. It's it's been great to watch. Everyone grow as much as they did on the last two years and it has hard. You know it's been really hard last couple of weeks and i'm just so thankful really for everyone. Staff students parents everyone. It's been great. It's been real great anta. Yeah shout to the speech team and the great year you guys are gonna rock it keep rock. You're lucky to have the coach that you have. She's she's a big deal. Yeah and i'm so glad. I even discovered podcasts. A few weeks back. I just did all been an even like listening to the conversation. You guys have just think oh. Gosh there's kids are so lucky slaving away. They feel like the bad step sisters relative right now. No kids are lucky. Yeah yeah thank thank you everyone so much it's been it's been great. Sure we'll see down the road. Oh yeah and. I'm so glad. I got coach junior high track know for the next twelve years. Yeah yeah no them more and more each year really so sorry stuff now. All right everybody. This is another one in the books. Yes thanks for listening to another episode of the open campus podcast. Thank you for listening to the open. Campus podcast this podcast is independently supported and produced any views or opinions expressed on this program. Are those of the hosts and their guests and do not necessarily reflect those of their employers or other organizations they may represent..
"wick" Discussed on Open Campus Podcast
"Out your childhood. Should we go all the way back. Yes how do you want to start. What do you want to do. You want them to start. Well let's go so second year right. This is your ear to hear add. O.'neil graduated wayne state right. Yep graduated from wayne. State the harvard. The heartland the right. Also that is whoa whoa. That's all three of us. Yeah yeah wayne. State undergrad anything about that. Yes yes some of took a little more time in doing that than others. We won't mention any names. Yeah gosh dang yeah so okay so two years back to talk to us about the hiring process how did you. How did you start here in. O.'neil yeah so it was april and I did see the art and technology position open. i didn't actually realize certified to teach it so the technology part so i was like a week later. Maybe couple of weeks later. I saw vert agree. Had an opening right Tyler about probably two hundred people probably yeah and They actually hired someone like the day. I contacted them. And i got an email back. Yeah sorry but I i know the super tenant over o'neal and worked for her. You know quite a few years back in no. She's very awesome and that they're looking for an art teacher. Sent a they sent myself that way and the ad on email from her a couple of days after cool. That's awesome. that's funny. Because i'm going back a little bit but you went to wayne and you actually knew my sister. Mary in he had classes together because they're both classic date or anything did you okay. We made we made pottery clay together. You're headed down. That road both got as whereas. I gotta be plus low. Just don't have the creative geniuses others fan. We're not gonna get to that. Yeah when you got hired. I think i mentioned it. And because you going to be a speech coach and she was like i know ethan so it's kind of fun. Yeah well she actually even came to me. I remember When i had my opening at that point it was kind of out that i was going to o.'neil to call. My sister works with all about that too. So that's awesome. Yeah yeah cool so we are obviously vampire kenna a bit in a different world because we are at the high school and the elementary partisan school system it is. It's kinda different. So i i knew that he'd been hired. I knew we had a new art teacher. I have students in the elementary school and it was within the first few weeks. This is kinda my first like. Oh my gosh. Kind of moment as it relates to mr wick. There's been several. We'll get to all of them in this podcast but i was walking the halls of o'neill elementary in one of the first few weeks or months. I don't recall exactly and in the hallway. I came across this like incredible butterfly. are display. So that on instagram. I thought on instagram. I think he posted. And i it. It's one of those things that you just kinda stop in your tracks you're like wow this thing. Hits a little different because it was made from. The individual are pieces of students in the elementary school so their individual pieces came together in broader work that was displayed in the hallway of the school. And i thought okay. I'm not capable of something like that and be whoever is that's amazing and they must be so anyhow that's always registered will always register with me that that moment in that time and i knew we were in pretty good hands seeing that creative vision and wonderful awesomeness particular day. So that was awesome. Pretty cool so. I guess we're just gonna probably just ask you some questions and get a little input on a number of different things. I do want to kind of start by going back to last week's episode and we were talking about in this kind of is a good origin part of your story to. You told me something. And i was like. Hey can i say that on the podcast season absolutely in an i forgot it so i would like you to say that. So you said it was kind of about how you kind of got into teaching or you wanted to go that direction. Yeah tell that story so kind of a big part of that. Yeah philosophy and purpose and stuff. So i mean a big reason also. I mean my dad's educator. He's a fifth grade teacher. And my mom's dad. Grandpa peterson was a shop teacher. In sioux city. So that's obviously a big part of from the get-go growing up and stuff but yeah In a big thing that came into my philosophy purpose in teaching was at at an early age in terms of multiple intelligences in how some people are better with numbers or stories or words. Linguistics was kind of the one area that didn't click too easy for me and you know at first grade. That's a lot to take in. Between reading words everything now. Visually kind of in the art room that when clicked pretty pretty easy but thing. Was you know drawing cubes and everyone else drawn squares. I didn't really feel intelligent. It just felt like kind of a cool trick right and yeah you know it was. It was kind of one thing that went all the way through and it really wasn't until probably sophomore year of college when we learned about the multiple intelligences and like. Oh my gosh like wow you know. This is something. I have intelligence. You know. it's yeah you know it's something now that i now see his almost a strength and being educators that i now see myself in some of these kids you know and just a big purpose of that is really hitting home that it isn't intelligence and it's something that can be learned that anyone can learn actually and it's something to be proud of. Yeah you know we don't we don't talk about it and we are often education. Don't bring it up to kansas. I mean what things that drives me. Nuts that you're touching upon right there is that there's still this this saying or the the thing i mean. People still have thoughts in their head. Like those are the smart kids. Right and that that stereotype. That idea.
"wick" Discussed on Open Campus Podcast
"So back at it again but henry. Yeah and this is our first official. I didn't. I didn't count the weekend. Is summer vacation. I feel like this is our first official day of summer vacation agreed. Monday didn't have to wake up. Really was nice. Yes so now. We're officially on summer break. And this is a new setting we've recorded here. At the heinz apple studios got was yes. Yup but you have a great spot right here. Yeah it's really nice. It's like national geographic omaha wild kingdom. You look out. He's got trees and birds. He doesn't feel like o'neill nebraska which is nice house walkout back and i tell you what usually so the dog wakes me up about. I don't know usually five or five thirty to let him out to the bathroom. And the you i can't even explain to you. It's just like birds. Just just a plethora of bird sounds. And i just kind of closed. Wow this is gorgeous. If you listen real close you can. Maybe here some bird now. Oh yeah yield. Here throughout the podcast. I'm sure because we hear them in the background so here we are barking This is going to be interesting. My dog is currently sitting on my lap. He's being very sweet but at the same time he Kansas bark at the drop of a hat. So if you can imagine this folks it is very much like a doing a podcast in a beautiful sunroom overlooking amazing nature that doubles as a animal shelter. That's what it's that is natural home. your native habitat. No it's good get. We're here and we've got a guest today. We do. How exciting exciting. Yeah this is fun. So low backstory. While i've got several backstories but this so we finish school last week and it was a long year we had some staff members. The decided that we're going to have a little soiree. Get together all social gathering. K twelve whole district. Yes and To socialize there was food One of the staff members has a side line business or they this kind of a trolley. That you'd have for weddings and that kinda thing and so that was part of the festivities at night and so we all got together and yeah in the midst of the chaos and the interactions and everything that was going on that evening I happen to sit down with our guest. I wanna do seem just yet. But i sat down with our guest talk to him for about two minutes. It took me about thirty seconds to say to myself. Oh my gosh. We've got to have this guy on the podcast. Yeah i mean. I felt like i needed a notebook and i needed to be writing things down like frantically because it was just these golden nuggets of inspiring. This concert was and i thought to myself anyway. So i didn't even bother consulting. I just went ahead and set the appointment. And then i raced over to you who is in the other corner of the building. Chaperoning like i was. I was actually chaperoning right now. Really yeah that was the message that i sent out to my wrestling parents because we were this time of year. It's off season. But i just want to have a steady interactions with the rest ler saw. I plan a club practice. I try to once a week. You know it's kind of low key. Whatever well we'd scheduled it for that night. Obviously the social gathering came up. And i thought i don't wanna miss this so i texted to the folks that all my parents. I needed to attend this. Because i had been taken on as a chaperone ray event and it was very necessary as i kept everybody in line. Yes they all understood completely understood in my role in these kinds of things. No it was a good time. It was fun. It's always fun when we all get together because we don't even the high school we don't get to see each other often enough and then you throw the elementary teachers and it's like oh my gosh. I've seen you once in the last three years. It's really sad but it's fun. It's nice to get together. Great to let your hair down a little bit. Interact with the folks and yeah good so we got a chance to do that. Yeah that's home by ten thirty really. I really was ten thirty. Well the close down at ten which was ahead. Yeah definitely good thing. Yeah and our our guest this week. We actually talked about among the last week's podcast. Because i remembered that i was gonna say something that he told me and then i probably forgot what it was and then i apologize. I really get to sell. He gets to tell himself today which will be good. Yeah so he's got some amazing stories. We've got a few stories about him and you know all the shenanigans and things he'll be up to in the years to calm Because it's kind of bittersweet honestly. Yeah yeah haven't even here today. So maybe we should introduce him. Maybe yeah okay. I'll let you have the honors. Oh well today. We have Mister ethan wick. He wears many hats. He's the elementary art teacher. He's also my assistant speech coach. One of them. He does assistant cross country junior high track. What else is that. You can talk. Now hines studio here. We have trees. Wow i also teach elementary technology. Oh i don't know that. I know they i. Don't i forgot you. That or maybe. Maybe that's awesome as fridays. Okay many hats many hands. Yeah i'm unfortunately Nearly the district. You wanna talk a little bit about that Yeah yeah bittersweet. Definitely a really good word for it's been Yeah a lot of emotions. I guess last week or so especially just kinda hit More so more. So but yeah. I'm originally from omaha metro and Been looking to kinda get back close to family again. And that's kind of been big motive. But yeah when so. When i found out well i guess i didn't even we should back up. How dot here. Yes okay yes. That's what's it got ahead. Let's go back to getting wick.
Natarsha March:Utilise Video to Build a Successful Newborn Photography Business
"You'll background was with tv. And it sounds like video video editing. How did you know to build the khanda website that you have and has that been a slow evolution or did you sort of hit the ground running with the web saw another that had to be a big focus. Yeah absolutely sorry. I am very computer illiterate. I'm on say really. Avoiding really hundred present also taught in terms of website so i have built my website hundred percent from scratch on wax and i built it about it on wax because wicks free and for about the first year even had like all the ads and stuff on an early days very early of the business when it was just sort of my friends that were sort of booking and that but then what happened was out of time the you do something he get at it. And so while. I wasn't shooting high numbers and high volume. I was working on the behemoth of my business sir during the kids naps and when their own the dice that they were at daycare or you know sometimes it was always something that fascinated me and i am the sort of person that loves to learn and loves to know how to do something for myself. Sorry thankfully wicks as a website is actually really drag and drop. Its really simple and it just makes sense to me. And then they did start to incorporate html cartons are dr. How courage but do i ever need to. Hired is probably not if i do. I just outsource that. So it's one of the few things that i do outside of my
May God Be Glorified (Psalm 74:22)
"Some chapter seventy four verse. Twenty two arise o. God defend your cause. Remember how the foolish scoff at you all day. So this this psalm is an interesting follow up to psalm. Seventy three which we prayed through yesterday. So psalm seventy three talked about the prosperity of the wicked and the psalmist found refuge comfort in the fact that he could be near god that we are near god. He loves us and leads us and guides us. And then you get to psalm. Seventy four and you see a similar depiction of the injustice of the world the prosperity of the wicked and specifically even the prosperity of those who scoff at god the success so to speak in the world of people who mock god who are enemies of god and who hurt gods people in different ways and in this psalm. We hear this theme. it's encapsulated really in verse. Twenty two arise. Oh god defend your cause remember how the foolish scoff at you all the day and other words yes. It is right in assam. Seventy three kind of way. Just to find refuge in god personally in a world where the wicked prosper in different ways and it is good to call out to god for him to show his justice and him to show his glory and him to show his righteous rule and reign in the world to bring an end to injustice to bring an end to scoffing at his name to bring an end ultimately to injustice in the world.
Education and Incubation of Nurse-led Innovation
"So talk to us about your organization. How are you guys adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. And what you do. Today you are so at ten nursing. We really have been systematically they knew about how to integrate innovation into the curriculum and beyond for our nursing students faculty and staff and so it starts out obviously with education and we've started creating courses around innovation. Health foundation's of design thinking. That is our one course as well as how we integrate these types of wor ses and information into other classes and the curriculum throughout penn nursing so though we teach one class i say it all the time one class is not make an innovation program or infrastructure and so looking at from undergrad. All the way through to the doctoral level how we can infuse this knowledge. These skill sets for our students and then on a extra curricular side how we can also have. Our students engage in some of these programs. That also teach you not just from classroom perspective but from a hands on active learning perspective about innovation and design thinking in how it's used in health and healthcare so whether that's through our penn nursing innovation accelerator program weren't urging students to join events like the nurse. Hack for house. All these things are being integrated into the infrastructure of what we're doing at penn nursing to host educate our students with knowledge but also provide them with the skills tools and resources to take that knowledge and move it forward again in whatever place they practice. That's fantastic and you know. It is critical marianne. And it's so great to hear you say this that this type of curriculum be embedded that we integrate innovation that we integrate technology into the curriculum. Because it has been lacking for a long time. So i love that. You guys are embedding it into it. Yeah we really are trying to think about it in that way and we really do want in all the courses that were teaching our students to just think differently and that's really what design thinking innovation human center design is about. it's a different mindset in house and healthcare these days. there's no denying we have a plethora of wicked problems that need to be solved and we need to start thinking differently about how we're solving them and we can only do that. If we start to teach our students how to think more creatively in different ways including what we're teaching around innovation and design thinking. It's not that we want to exclude any other ways of learning and solving problems. This is just one more tool in the toolkit
A Prayer for Boldness to Share the Gospel
"Prayer for boldness to share the gospel by emily rose massey read by liam martin the wicked flee when no one is pursuing but the righteous are bold alliant proverbs. Twenty eight one. Few years ago. I was met with a strong desire to begin using my social media accounts to share my faith in christ with others. I didn't want to use my words to manipulate people's emotions to gain likes followers but to point them to the truth. Found in god's word alone as a writer. I see social media as a place of ministry. I never wanna compromise. God's truth so that others may feel comfortable to embrace my message. I don't want a twist or misinterpret scriptures that the entire meaning has changed. Her confusion is created because it might contradict what we find in the bible. I discovered very quickly that exposing darkness and error wouldn't win me any popularity contests online as someone who spent many years healing from the wounds rejection. Denying myself the desire to be a people. Pleaser has to take precedence when it comes to sharing god's truth even when it tends to offend standing up for god's word in a culture where truth is relative and not absolute as it should be comes with a lot of pushback even among professing christians but his true christ followers live to please god and not men as believers. We shouldn't compromise truth to be popular. We also shouldn't be quarrelsome. We need to stand firm upon truth no matter what others may say about us or about our god. Proverbs twenty eight one reminds us that believers don't back down or run away at the first sign of adversity a wicked flee when no one is pursuing but the righteous are bold as a lion proverbs. Twenty eight one.
"wick" Discussed on Mythical Monsters
"Even in a modern reality far from fairy tales. The wicked fairies curse feels particularly painful. She places a threat on the princess's life that forces her into isolation waiting for a day the danger will pass that curse reflects a shared experience for many people medieval or modern quarantine sixteenth and seventeenth century. France was wracked by multiple epidemics. Some coming at an average of every three years. These illnesses were often blamed on and foreigners and the rich frequently tried to flee populous areas. Where the sickness was prevalent and so the wicked fairies curse of isolation becomes. Something all too familiar but though the wicked fairy is a force of darkness. Perhaps it's only in the literal sense like many fe. She also stands in for an idea or an unspoken truth in madame dinars. The hind in the woods. She punishes the princess as a result of injustice done to someone. She loves rather than to herself. And it's this keen sense of duty to protect her loved one that makes her all the more complex in some versions of the story. She casts her spell and leaves a charming prince and her ferry sisters to clean up the mess in others. She actively tries to trick the princess but she always disappears before the end giving up rather than being punished. The way in step mother or treasonous king would be suggesting you can never truly escape the consequences of your actions. Perhaps this is why the wicked fairy her disney fide equivalent. Malefic isn't have become anti heroes in their own right. They speak to a painful truth that we hurt people through our carelessness. And you never know what someone will become if you hurt them enough. Thanks for listening to mythical monsters. We'll be back next week with a new episode. You can find all episodes of mythical monsters and all other spotify originals from podcast for free on spotify. I'll see you next time. Mythical monsters is a spotify original. From podcast it is executive produced by max cutler sound designed by brian golf club with production assistance by ron shapiro. Carly madden and person. This episode of mythical monsters was written by lil deridder and jennifer recherche with writing assistance. By alex garland fact. Checking bhai bennett. Logan and research by adriana gomez. I'm vanessa richardson..
"wick" Discussed on Mythical Monsters
"The classic depictions of the wicked fairy ruining a royal christening. The most popular is likely cheryl. Perrault's the sleeping beauty in the would from sixteen ninety seven. The passage reads just when they were all about to be seated. A ferry who was getting on in years entered the palace. She had not been invited because she had not left the tower in which she had been living for more than fifty years. Everyone thought that she had either died or fallen under a spell. Her head trembled more with malice than from old age as she decreed the princess will die after piercing her finger with a spindle but the wicked fairy is actually much older than perot's tale. She is first mentioned in thirteenth century. French epic poem called yuan of bordeaux in it a night in his party. A tense meeting with over on the king of the fairies who tells the night that the wicked fairy cursed him at birth to stunt his height she also appears in the seventeenth century tales of. Marie had trine mel. Do barna viel. Who wrote under the name. Madame dune wa. She coined the term fairytale and depicts the wicked fairy in three different stories. Behind in the would princess may blossom and the blue bird in each a wicked fairy named cara boss the fate of the night presents as dangerous. Take on the standard fairy godmother she avengers every slide against her and her goddaughter often at the expense of the girls rival another young woman who's been blessed by other fairies with beauty grace and talent. It's interesting to note common themes in delwan and perot's choices as they were contemporaries. The wicked fairy is almost always old and forgotten by the royals due to the assumption that she'd been lost to time. Her curses vary but they tend to involve animal transformations and last a set length of time and the person she's punishing is almost always an innocent. It is said that every fairy worth her magic had god child but getting one wasn't easy it required an invitation to opulent christenings thrown by fussy parents with a taste for gold and jewels. Each jerry had to present her gifts to the child which had to be equal in beauty and value only then did one lucky ferry. Get the job. Sometimes infighting between the fairies broke out and the entire castle was destroyed. Being worthy of a godchild was a tough nasty business. And it didn't matter a whit to carrabba's the one ferry who had never had a goddaughter of course she went to the parties and gave the children her usual blessings which reflected her dominion over the night. An owl to act as a pet and messenger a cloak that would glitter like the stars if the princess so wished to caribou. These were enviable gifts. But her sister's the ferries of the day summer spring fall and winter lavish princesses with traits and talents. A perfect singing voice or promises of unrivalled beauty. Even they'd made the same vowed to another princess the month before but cynical shadow loving care boss had given up on a god of her own until the birth of princess i e shah of the day. The princess came into the world bamboo flutes musical bows and liars announced her arrival. All of ethiopia held dances aisha's honor and her parents. Through the expected ferry feast when caribous arrived she was bored by the jubilation and the piles of gifts. She watched only half interested as each of her sisters approached. The princess's cradle to present their gifts. This was a party like any other but all that changed when she saw the child when she looked over the edge of the infant's cradle everything the music. The dancing all faded away. There was nothing but the tiny princess looking back up at her carrabba's took in aisha's large round eyes and wide nostrils with the tenderest affection. She brushed her finger against the princess's soft skin admiring the rich black as warm and dark as a midnight lily under the summer moon. The baby laughed and the fairies heart leapt with joy. Cariballo had lived many years and many places but she thought she'd never loved anything as much as her dominion or herself. But issa's smiled at carrabba's and that was it suddenly. She found her cynicism replaced by anxiety. What gift could be worthy of a child. this special. Caribou gave asia the same old presence and enchantment but carrabba's new iii show wasn't like other princesses and not only that the world she would live in wasn't the same. It had widened. It used to be that only the fake travel across it. Using their castle of magical mirrors with the mortals had overcome their fear of the seas and were exploring new continents often taking what didn't belong to them. I e show was facing a different world and caribous would have been a terrible godmother if she didn't acknowledge that so she leaned close to the infant's ear and whispered my dearest issa. I could never improve upon you so i humbly offer this. I love you. I believe you forever and i will make the world better for you. As long as i live of all the ferries the king and queen were most touched by caribous gift. And to everyone's surprise they asked the night fairy to watch over their daughter for the very first time. Caribous had a godchild of her own. Carrabba's took her duty to the little princess seriously but unfortunately the castle of mirrors did not belong to her alone sharing her seat of power with her sisters meant that she could not always be at aijaz side. Carrabba's was forced to travel alternately working or frolicking depending on her sister's impetuous moods care boss hated to frolic. It was on one of these tiresome outings that she met the queen.
"wick" Discussed on Mythical Monsters
"Of all the classic depictions of the wicked fairy ruining a royal christening. The most popular is likely cheryl. Perrault's the sleeping beauty in the would from sixteen ninety seven. The passage reads just when they were all about to be seated. A ferry who was getting on in years entered the palace. She had not been invited because she had not left the tower in which she had been living for more than fifty years. Everyone thought that she had either died or fallen under a spell. Her head trembled more with malice than from old age as she decreed the princess will die after piercing her finger with a spindle but the wicked fairy is actually much older than perot's tale. She is first mentioned in thirteenth century. French epic poem called yuan of bordeaux in it a night in his party. A tense meeting with over on the king of the fairies who tells the night that the wicked fairy cursed him at birth to stunt his height she also appears in the seventeenth century tales of. Marie had trine mel. Do barna viel. Who wrote under the name. Madame dune wa. She coined the term fairytale and depicts the wicked fairy in three different stories. Behind in the would princess may blossom and the blue bird in each a wicked fairy named cara boss the fate of the night presents as dangerous. Take on the standard fairy godmother she avengers every slide against her and her goddaughter often at the expense of the girls rival another young woman who's been blessed by other fairies with beauty grace and talent. It's interesting to note common themes in delwan and perot's choices as they were contemporaries. The wicked fairy is almost always old and forgotten by the royals due to the assumption that she'd been lost to time. Her curses vary but they tend to involve animal transformations and last a set length of time and the person she's punishing is almost always an innocent. It is said that every fairy worth her magic had god child but getting one wasn't easy it required an invitation to opulent christenings thrown by fussy parents with a taste for gold and jewels. Each jerry had to present her gifts to the child which had to be equal in beauty and value only then did one lucky ferry. Get the job. Sometimes infighting between the fairies broke out and the entire castle was destroyed. Being worthy of a godchild was a tough nasty business. And it didn't matter a whit to carrabba's the one ferry who had never had a goddaughter of course she went to the parties and gave the children her usual blessings which reflected her dominion over the night. An owl to act as a pet and messenger a cloak that would glitter like the stars if the princess so wished to caribou. These were enviable gifts. But her sister's the ferries of the day summer spring fall and winter lavish princesses with traits and talents. A perfect singing voice or promises of unrivalled beauty. Even they'd made the same vowed to another princess the month before but cynical shadow loving care boss had given up on a god of her own until the birth of princess i e shah of the day. The princess came into the world bamboo flutes musical bows and liars announced her arrival. All of ethiopia held dances aisha's honor and her parents. Through the expected ferry feast when caribous arrived she was bored by the jubilation and the piles of gifts. She watched only half interested as each of her sisters approached. The princess's cradle to present their gifts. This was a party like any other but all that changed when she saw the child when she looked over the edge of the infant's cradle everything the music. The dancing all faded away. There was nothing but the tiny princess looking back up at her carrabba's took in aisha's large round eyes and wide nostrils with the tenderest affection. She brushed her finger against the princess's soft skin admiring the rich black as warm and dark as a midnight lily under the summer moon. The baby laughed and the fairies heart leapt with joy.
"wick" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"Like your smart funny, friends, from the internet assertive high table with our own rules and customs, and everything that we do is done under the table. Which, like, I don't know. Look, I'm I'm, I'm Matt rather. I'm here with my good friends Pete Fenzl. Hey pete. I met I'm wondering at the table and dreaming. And merkley. Hey, mark. Hi, at dancing on the table like the Coyote, ugly style was go with that. Yeah. We're we were we were delayed. You know we were delayed in talking about a. Badly traumatized, you know, specialist in violence, who lays waste to an entire city. By which, I mean, of course, Jon wick, we were delayed by talking about game of thrones last week. But have no fear. It's time to get back into John wake. You didn't really think that we had forgotten John wick chapter three para. Bellum. Para. Bellum para bellum. Yeah. Now, our Bolas. Literally power bellum, right? It should be two words and, and it should be pronounced like Latin which is what it is. If you want peace, you must paro bellum prepare for war, and that's you know. Well, it's kind of confounding title because it refers to something. Said at the beginning of the third act of the movie. And so it refers to about three or four seconds of screen time. But, but I digress. Let's let's jump in and talk about John. Wick chapter three para bellum. Let's, let's are. Are you prepared for war, gentlemen? Where should we begin Pete in our conversation about John wick? Sure short. Oh, and by the way, you should they should we should consider briefly, the ABC you ity presented by para bellum versus para prefix, meaning, kind of adjacent to or related to. So this is a related to a war. Also a preparation to war. What I'm saying is that it is an over thought title, which we should appreciate, but there's so much talk about. We should move on. Here's the question that starts the conversation for me. And that's a question that my wife posed to me, because she thought it was an interesting question difficult one. So of course, spoilers for John wick chapter three pair of element for the first two. Movies, if you haven't seen the John mcmurphy is here's the super super short version of it, right. Which it would she goes up this question? John wick, it played bike, yada, reads, it some point before the events of the movie was the, the boogeyman, you know who or the guy who kills the boogeyman the worst of the worst of this, underground, brotherhoods, so to speak of assassins, who have their own society, their own currency, their own agreements, and he was super virtuoso, killing people who is in listed to kill only be most sort of terrible terrible of targets, and he has gone into retirement at the beginning of the first movie, but his wife has contracted a terminal illness. And so his retirement, has proven to be one of sadness and grief, rather than one of relaxation. And when his wife dies, she leaves sort of a delivery to be made later, sort of an early post mate, I think, is what it is that, that at a certain date in the future. A puppy is to be delivered. To his apartment or his home, and the puppy is supposed to be as companion in the absence of his wife and the kickoff to the first John wick movie, and perhaps it's appropriate that Jon link starts, when game of thrones ends is that theon gray joy himself in a sort of petty act of spite steals, John wicks car and kills his beautiful adorable dog, which sets John wick out of retirement and into an unstoppable, just cavalcade of murder, which she, he's really is really just a just a dynamo, just like an unstoppable force who just moves from person to person to person, but with a lot of grace and mathematical, geometrical complexity and a lot of verbiage virtuosity as I've mentioned just just this incredible action movie force, that most through whatever sorts of gangsters, or other assassins, or other sorts of obstacles in his way to gain vengeance for the dog..
"wick" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Go a little way, therefore it looks a little more real. It really works, especially in the shotgun stuff. Like I was like, okay, you're doing a lot. You're totally right having that's a good point. I didn't I didn't think it'd be down for another vote for horse stuff, too. I love the bucket hoist just kicking people in an NBA guy. Bo. Bon speaking do it his best to talk about Dante for three seconds. Also, I love the old school version, give me a cheap special effects guys. Really big. That's that's a sucker for that guy's really big. Now. He's going to find a sucker for it. You guys were mentioning quality of audience. I gotta tell you, so I'm sitting I saw it up at the eighty fourth street AMC someone the Upper West side. I see in the lobby group of teenagers like dressed up like wherein fucking the dudes Rin suits. The girls were in dresses, late on which party. I think they were coming from like an Upper West side private school pound. John wick bar mitzvah. It's the John wick. Bob mitzvah, man. John, wick Bris. I remember thinking to myself, like, oh man. I hope they're not in my theater, they were literally sitting next to me and around me, and it was a thing where this is one of the theaters. It's a sign seats and these sons of bitches were doing the like maybe someone won't show up, and they were sitting in seats and it was like everybody kept coming in like you're in my seat. And like all these kids were moving around really fucking bothering me. Right. So then the movie starts, they all quiet noun and I'm like, oh, we're behaving this is fantastic news. Okay. We're watching the movie, I gotta tell you. All four all people love and movies getting into it over. God bless these kids. Men pay were just fucking nerds every fucking like cool. Kill these dudes next three were high five in the whole time bless them all these nerds. We're saying they're nerds. But for all, I know that's like the coolest thing kids. Yeah, I don't know what pop culture is anymore. I've long out of the high fiving in a movie theater on data's ever gonna get you laid. That's really. But I will tell you speaking of getting laid in the movies, not giving late directly, but I was incredibly uncomfortable. These kids were fucking surrounding me, right? Because I picked like a. I'll see sure right? So I'm on the isle in the back row. I hate the assigned seating every theaters doing eight it. What are you talking about anybody? I don't wanna have to think about it. I don't wanna have to fucking like get out of fucking map, west arose. Okay. Okay. Now, the screen is there to magin the theater in my head. It's good unless you get a bad crowd. It's, it's good when opening night, and for sure like Alamo or whatever. Yeah, I, but I'm kind of fifty fifty unless you have a bad crowd, or you bad crowd. It's fuck. I'm with this guy. And I'm just so sorry, please go on, you're surrounded by, by tea or most surrounded by teens dude, I could fuck ins. Smell the hormones to them were making out in front of me. And I was so unkind. You're taping. No, I, I was like I was like, just watched the high octane action, and these Jews appoint ago and they're just making out. And I was like, how can you be making out when such cool action is happening eventually subsided? Watch a movie when such cool action. I was so grossly uncomfortable like anti. That's ridiculous. That is same. I don't know. Told the boy about the scene from diner, he'd be very. Well, because the terror is like, okay, you're making out during the previews and into the movies still, like whatever. But I was like this guy hand. How far is this gonna go? What base?.
"wick" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"Let's see how excited you guys are for John wick for Justin Jacob. Do you recommend John wick chapter three para bellum Justin? I have such a weird relationship with the series because it was not something that I would have chosen for myself to watch, but I was pleasantly surprised by that first movie and was happy to leave it there. But then years later, we find out they're making a sequel. I was like, all right. This will be fun to go back to and I watched that movie and I enjoyed it. And then here we are again. Just two years later, talking about John wick, once again, and it feels like it's a franchise to keep pull me back. In even though I'm not excited about going there. But while I'm watching these movies, I'm enjoying them. I mean, they're shot very, very well I mean, there's I can't think of very many things they did technically wrong. They're gorgeous, the lighting in everyone of these scenes is so well thought out. I mean they've got red. Blue lights got orange blue lights. They're using lighting to set the proper mood, and it just looks gorgeous throughout and it's very competent with all the action. But what is lacking is a story? The story here, I feel like is enough for one movie, or maybe a Netflix series, if they were gonna tell the story over the season of John wick on Netflix over ten episodes at an hour long. I think you've got something here. But after I get done watching these movies, they keep dragging it on to try to get me to come back again. Which is fine, I will. But it's not the story that keeps me coming back. It's the good action that I think is awesome like Arne. Like you said a great buffet. You can only eat so much before you're stuffed. I mean, if I'm gonna go skydiving, and it took two hours to land. Yeah. At first half hour might be exhilarating. But after while your's like all right. A redone yet and this movie gets close to doing that. I'd never got so bored that I checked out, but it went right into the line. It did like by time. We're at the fight between John. John zero. I'm Barry to check out on, like, okay. I'm done with all the fighting let's wrap this up but I think it walks that line and it keeps the interest right there right to the end. And it says, are you ready for another chapter? And if the answer is it's coming out next week. My answer is no I'm not ready for another chapter if we have another couple years. Yeah. I might have a nice little bit of 'em nesia and be excited to ready go back. But right now I'm not ready to go back. I'm not excited about it. But for this movie, I still liked it. I still enjoyed it. It's if you've been along for the ride this long. I think it's an easy recommend Bizet ups the game on everything. The other movies done. Right. So yeah, I'm going to recommend this one with the tentative for John wick four. Jacob just took one of my is make this Netflix series. If you're not gonna give us endings, which it seems like I get it chapters, you reading a book, it doesn't include the story, necessarily, but this is a film. It's a different medium, and it hurts it for me. I was into the. The emotion of John wick, trying to remember his wife and keep her memory living, and then no motion resolution for that at comeback and four come back and five who knows. And that is frustrating. We've talked about that a lot on now playing I know with amazing spider, man. That was a big reason. I didn't enjoy that film, because it seemed like here's a lot of setup for other movies which I got a second. But we didn't get any after that. Here's the thing, though. I just decided, you know, like marvel where it seemed like a lot of those phase one and two marvel films whereabout going after a shiny rock, and that wasn't the most a engaging thing for me kind of bugged me. But when I go back and watch them. Now they're fine. I know it's about a stupid shiny rock that they're all chasing. And I'll just move pass that enjoy the film for what it is. And I, I realized that's what John wick is kind of doing. It's it's a series. It is not stand alone films..
"wick" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"That'll kill you. I got an eye thing. Just the I is makes me squeamish. Oh my God. Yeah. The I thing this bothered me here. It's a slow stab into the I. Oh my God painful, and then end all two guys come in with hatchets. And there's one guy still left alive. When wigs done, he just tastes that hatchet and throws it. I'm like this would have been a great three d seen to have the hatchet thrown from the back of the screen to the front and this guy in the head again those are the little details. I like this guy is not getting up to fight anytime soon. But John weeks, not gonna leave them alive. Just takes hatchet. Throws it into his head. And then if you're not exhausted, yet, we're going to get some horse action. We're gonna go to horse stable and John wick, not once but twice having taken out with horses kicking him in the face. I was like Where'd you find horses in Manhattan? And fortunately, they tell me these are those people that pull the carriage is right or scam. We see one guy in a suit with a carriage. So this is where all the horses from central. Park are kept. I'm like, okay. Okay. Thanks detailed is like I missed that. And I thought he was like, in the police horse stables. I'm like they would be a little bit more better protected than that. But there'd be some cops around I felt bad for the horse though, 'cause wick just punches him in the back and the horse double kicks this guy that had to hurt the horse. I mean, I don't notice a lot of I in this movie, but the horse was pretty fake. Yeah, the CD. I think they cover up a lot of their CGI. They use it to aid, and embellish, the physical stuff going on. But yeah that that's it was pretty obvious. I don't know there's a practical way to have a horse kick dude. I don't think wants that. And then the second horse though with just like it's like he's got a action button on the side, which pushes the side and the horse kicks. He pushes the side, again the worst kicks again. I'm designing the whole toy line for this movie. Oh, yeah. And then you get a chase scene. There's dudes on motorcycles chasing. John wick on the horse. I I love like at one point. John, wick doesn't thing where leans to the side. So they can't shoot them like he's writing. I don't even know what it's called..
"wick" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Multiple opportunities to save face with the high table and keep stay alive and just murder John John wig. And you have multiple times said, no, I'm not gonna do that. And now for no reason whatsoever. Even though you have the upper hand you decide to kill him. I got the feeling that he kind of knew he would survive in the movies defense. I think it's possible that Winston, you John liquid survive. So he knew that shooting him and knocking him off a multi multi-storey building. Yup. Yeah. Don wick is. He killed three men with a pencil, okay? Babo Riley of Riley. Although here's what is weird to me is at the end of John wick chapter two or during John mcdevitt, you, there's a pretty awesome sequence where he's like meeting the gun, Somalia and meeting, the Taylor, and he's like, what kind of what kind of state do you want tactical? And it's like this suit has, like bulletproof lining sewn into it. And then later on he meets the elder gets a new suit, but apparently, that's suit also has the bulletproof lining. So I just like a standard thing now, I've only upgrades, the elder come out. I agree with you, that, like the idea of John wick, having a bulletproof suit is kind of lame. But this movie, I think they showed that the, the knives, first of all it may be bulletproof not quite knife roof. But the idea when they got those super super armed soldiers that was in that was like, okay. Oh, things were difficult again. You have to like it. Yes. The headshot like five headshots. And it's like it's a struggle shoot. I like like that struck neck or use a shotgun. So that was interesting. I like I like the movie did. Interesting idea had interesting ideas from the action perspective. Also a scene inspired by the villainous. I think with the motorcycles, right. Which is. Yeah. Which was vigorous movie of twists when he won the summer movie wager. In a huge anomaly, welcome guys. You're welcome. You're prepared for John wick three. I think that the villainous did it better, but it was very cool sequence. John wick for sure. Well, when he the guy he cuts off his arm, and the arm gets stuck in the motorbike wheel. And that's incredible. I think they're both peoples. Did it pretty well, but villainous does a lot more? CG. Trickery. A lot more camera tricks to make that look like people were actually writing a bike since we're fighting worries this movie it looks like they were definitely writing down the highway quite a bit. So, yeah, I don't know. I don't know. I mean, the camera was doing some pretty impossible stuff. So I, I don't know how they actually did it. But and big shout out to all this asan's who want to kill John wick, but not at the expense of killing a horsey. You know. Yeah. You gotta have standards. You know what I'm saying? It's the rate guys I love how respectful they were. During. The main villain from the raid one end to. Fight. John Wiggins movie, and that is awesome and yeah, I love how respectfully they were of him. And also it felt good to me that, then he didn't kill them after he defense. You know. Yeah. That felt good to me. So, okay. But back to the Halle Berry stuff. Here's the thing that really bothers me of Highbury stuff is we've just had this whole speech that Halle Berry gives about how, like I can't have these people finding my daughter, and I'm thinking to myself as the last eight is some trouble in my life. Okay. And I'm watching this, and I'm thinking like okay like wow. The actual emotional stakes. Maybe we're gonna meet the daughter like it's going to be you've you've got my you have my curiosity now. You have my John wick daughters, right? Yeah. Some of that. And then then she just goes, and then proceeds through jeopardize all that because of her dog, which on the one hand consistent unwanted inconsistent with John McGuinness. But, but, like the reason John wick destroyed Michael Nyquist entire organization in John one is because he had literally nothing to lose. He lost his wife. He his dog had been murdered. So I believe that that character..
"wick" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Spoiler is for John wick chapter three para bellum starting right now, now looking for the sheep. But you might fun too, because, of course, they're not going to see this come your nobility, looking I have been possible over how it works. You don't give to work it out. Dying daily point. Walked to be. Oh man. That action, the horse. Horse kicking dude several times, amazing those real horses. Apparently like they were tweeting about this. That wasn't just CG horse deal. You could tell the one horse like started leaving the scene. They're fighting and there, some trainer offscreen going back back. Nellie back. It was. Oh, dude. That was insane. Life is amazing. The night yet fight was my favorite, but the dogs, the dogs dog all I've never seen. I've never seen choreographed. Camera moves with multiple dogs coming from off multiple screen sides doing cool things that have to do it at the exact right moment. Or are you going to screw up this extraordinarily long take with actors doing all kinds of crazy things and explosions going off? And then you've got to trust these dogs to do this. Exact it's it was crazy. They say never worked with kids in animals. Right. And I cannot imagine setting up these scenes with with dogs. You know it. It is remarkable the dog stuff because. Well, first of all, I think they got the guy who did the who who worked with a dire wolves in game of thrones. They got him to do the dog training stuff. Think of the dire wolves in game of thrones is being, you know, wildly Corey again. The, the wolves trained enough to not kill anyone onset..
"wick" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I'm there for the action. Don't you say this, don't you ever say, I said, no, I'm not saying you say because Because I I really really. do. No, no, no, no, no. You is man is one. See some go crazy only care about the story of logic. I wanna see something go fucking nuts. That afterwards MENA had no story that shit was just nuts. I could get. I mean what I do. But it's like, okay, sill prelate more like. Silly. Listen this, listen, I've been talking about this because honestly going into it when it started. I was kind of, like you know what I'm like in this much better than than the last one. Yeah. I like I like what they're doing here. And I was I was really with it. Yeah. Everything I say is true. And it's about the time maybe after the first act more. So we're getting into the second when it's now okay? Now it's time to status what this movie's about and long it went on. I was like these movies ain't about shit. I mean yeah they just kinda get silly. No matter how much he gets shot or stabbed he, he keeps going like nothing. So I feel like a consequences and then what they do at the story like, wow, you're really fit in no time kind of working this out. It's just the same thing over and over and over again. Now it's repetitive. It's no, no, I no. don't know what I was gonna say. If you heard me talk about movies length before you've heard come up. I love John wick. And I love John wick to those movies. They're up there with me with movies. I watch over and over again. They're the movies I get online and just wash clips of over and over again love these movies, but I love them because yeah, it was okay might have been far fetched. But it was it to me. That's what I liked about it. It made sense this world that they created, you know, look like they, it looked like they were trying to lease. Yeah, this is a little far fetched, but we're trying to make you believe it right. Because we're looking at the small details and making sure to address those at least for me. So something like it was getting silly. There was another thing to come in and kind of pointed out and say, well, this is what happens like this. Not like that. But this is the first like I said, this is first time I think that they've gone from all right? We're not really concentrating on building this world as much of you wearing. I'm not concentrating on details so much that things actually don't make sense for me for one this world ain't secret. No more. No. You know, there was a time this thing like a shadowy organization. Now they in the full light. They, they hopefully force whatsoever. They kill it. Well they did. They did show police working with them. But I mean that's supposed to be protecting themselves against the average person. And with this one, they just killing people in crowds. Everybody to see I don't, I don't even think that they were ever part of a shadow organization, I think, part of everyday life, people just people just got tired. And just like all right. Fuck you ain't coming after me. Yeah. They kill some people in the subway station in front of regular passengers and people just walking box. By line right there. That was a part where they sliced a man in front of some kids on a field trip. And the kids walk right to the middle of. The teacher was gone by. Yeah, this is like y'all in front of people, and it's not one of those things where you also smoothie yell at my friend. Got a dead body, try to prop it up, like we can burn it's the person falls on the ground. Right. I just kind of like men that there was a time you made it seem like these assassins was so cool. They new places to actually do business, 'cause that's one of the things they say, you know, watch what you do your business, especially in the continental. There are places where they would they kill somebody knew how to make it look like you know, nothing happened..
"wick" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"He's holding one five more command them that means six took him out. Right. Six people six Cobra henchman took them out -rageous. Ed, it would take five at most. Right. And he's got nowhere near the training of snake eyes. So it makes me really question the training of snake eyes. Or maybe I'm unrest. Meaning the toughness of rake, which I'm not, by the way, I changed my opinion. Fifty took the. Can I just say right here, and this I said pyramid of darkness, and it is the weather dominator series revenge of Cobra. And I realized it as soon as I said it, but then all of a sudden, I didn't wanna cut into your point. But I am the GI Joe guy. I'm supposed to know that off the top of my head on very embarrassed. I just wanted to for you at home screaming at your radios right now. I know I know we put it, right? We put it right? It's we did. Okay. So this is a tactical error on the part of snake is right to you know, he's got multiple and he's trying to escape entering territory. And he starts wrestling with one of the people when the henchman as opposed to just kidding and run it, you know, hit and run hit and run run take and get out of there. That's a tactical error, and who is a master of tactics. John wick John wick doesn't make those areas. The only time if you watch the only time he grapples with with someone is when he doesn't have a choice where they've already latched onto him or with where he's kind of in control the environment. He knows no one else is gonna kinda jump on top of them. So it's a quick kind of grappling submission break. Choke whatever. And he's good to go and he gets up, and he goes whenever he has take on multiple people. He shooting him. He's hitting and running. He's not making the same error in tactics. That snakes. Did in the nineteen eighty s cartoon has I'm saying this out loud. It's ridiculous anyway with multiple opponents again, John we document the taxpayers, but mostly he's gonna shoot his way out. Right. And think is actually had access to kind of a weapon he dropped his weapon and didn't use that in that same battle. So when it comes to tactics on the spot, unexpected fighting, I think with the plan to tax snake is my actually have it when it comes to unexpected who would win type of encounter, John wick is proven just with that instant inference by itself. He's got the better tactics. And better way of taking on that powerful. Ponant? That's my point number two, and well attempted on your apartment, I add. I've got a lot of things to rebut with this first off of the example that you have where he was fighting Duke in the Cobra arena of sport. If I remember correctly. There was some sort of electro chain attached to his ankle holding him to the floor at the time. And also he was in the middle of an arena in a Cobra base where he could be murdered at any given moment. So when you say six guys grabbed him first off he was chained to the floor. Couldn't do a lot about that. And second I would argue he made a tactical. Vision to not to get his butt kicked as little as possible and save his energy for later in that because he knew all of Cobra's here. He's not going to get out of that, John wick if he was chained to the floor, and the Cobra readers sport would hopefully make the same choice. Here's the thing. He was chained in any figured out a way to escape by using the sword to hit one of the tenant broadcast a message using GI Joe special codes. Right. This is where the to grow, man. No this other. Well, right. And as that happened it shorted out, the whatever was chaining both Duke and snake eyes. So when they started fighting their way out they were not held by they weren't chained. So let me just they were fighting their way out though. Correct. Yeah..
"wick" Discussed on Villains
"Welcome to whip pencil six episode podcast series about the John wick universe. Forego. Von can I I'm gonna tell you both row quick that stuff right now. This is the first time that I've said the name of the podcast out loud. I I have have not. not. Up until this moment, I've only ever seen good. Having second thoughts. Having second thoughts. I felt it. Did I really call it this? It looks cool on the artwork you see it an Email or an textually uh good idea for title. But saying it out loud. I don't know. Maybe it's the intimation. You need to practice it in the mirror with a pencil the pencil and in assailing the guys like Vigo says it I would say pick an accent. Okay. That's what I'm gonna do. Next episode. I'm going accent. Anyway, this is with the pencil each. It's ridiculous. Sounds like blame this on new care. This is. Very serious NPR show when I was watching this way. Go says, she just burst out. So you know, you're hitting on something. Each episode. I'll be joined by two guests to take a look at a different part of the John wick universe. Sometimes we're going to be talking only about one of the movies other times, we're going to be taking part or pieces of one of the movies and extending that into a bigger conversation today. Only talking about the movie we're talking about the first movie, John wick, which came on two thousand fourteen and set all of this emotion. My guest today. Sean fizzy Hello editor and chief of the ring at a common, Nikki mayor high who is a from a fantastic show laser wolf, I think everybody should watch it. But his two people who end my heart could never be excommunicated. So I wanted to have you on thank y'all for both being here. Face are having me. Thank you for having me shea. We've we've all between the three of us seen this movie enough times that I don't think we need a full on retailing the plot..