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"wilding" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

03:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"wilding" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

"Coaches and our clients include ceos leaders and managers of top fortune. Five hundred companies such as google. Hp facebook twitter ibm and more work has been featured by the new york times oprah magazine nbc and dozens of other high-profile publications melody. Liz asset of new york city and is here to talk book. Trust yourself stop thinking and challe your motions for success at work. Welcome melody. it's a pleasure to be here. It's so great to have you. Tell me me when you were growing up. Who someone who influenced your inspired you. My parents hands down. The book is dedicated to them and that is for the reason that they showed me the definition of hard work. They were both a small business owners multiple small businesses and really planted that entrepreneurial bug in me. We're the ones that taught me to trust myself. What type of businesses were they in. Did you have a chance to be recruited or to work in them growing up. Oh yes. I'm i'm laughing because my name is melody in part because my family loves music and so we when i was much younger owned Destructive businesses doing weddings company parties. And things like that. And as i got older we owned a retail music store so records tapes cds. Think of high fidelity. If you've ever seen the movie or the read the book high fidelity pretty much like that and yes. I spent many weekends at the record.

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"wilding" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:46 min | 3 months ago

"wilding" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"wilding" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"wilding" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Yes k. r. o. s. s. We'll have that in the show notes. Of course everybody as we always do so where can people learn more. Where do you wanna point people as they You know can they find the book. What do you want to say. Where do you wanna point people to learn more about the book your work or you. Where do you send people. Yeah thank you so much for having me. You can find more about the book ad melody. Wilding dot com forward slash book and dot. Com is the best place to connect with me. As well there you go and we have people in the in the chat saying that That are right with you on the yoga scenario just saying so and now i have a question for all of you as you get the chance to write that down melody wilding dot com slash book. If you want the book Now question for all of you that are watching and listening this now. What what actually are you gonna take as a result of this Maybe you got an insight formality about Fear versus intuition. Maybe you've got an insight from her about Self-awareness it could be any of the things we talked about. But the only thing that i can tell you for sure that is. If you don't take any action as a result of this nothing really going to change so it does require you to do something different. Something new and i challenge you urge you encourage you to do that as a result of our time together so melanie. Thank you so much for being here. It was an absolute pleasure to have you. Thank you for having me. I loved it. well everybody. We're here every week and so you should come on back now next week on this live. It's going to be another person with a book. They're not gonna beyond the they're not going to be on the podcast but you know every week we have a new podcast and you know every week. We're here life and many times. it's both the same. And if you're not on the inside as a member of our lincoln or facebook groups than not. Why aren't you because that's where you can get all the details..

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"wilding" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"wilding" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Onto the remarkable leadership podcast. We are here each week. To help you lead more confidently and make a bigger difference both professionally and personally. This episode is sponsored by kevin's free weekly newsletter. Unleashing your remarkable potential which is full of articles and resources to help you become a more confident and successful leader. Sign up by going to remarkable. Podcasts dot com forward slash newsletter and. Now here's your host. Kevin welcome everybody couple of questions for you before we get started. Would you like to trust yourself more and if you did. Do you believe you could get better results today. We'll be joined by an expert to help you think us help us think through those questions and ultimately achieve more with less stress. Welcome to another live episode of the remarkable leadership. Podcast you can get all future live episodes and therefore interact with us and see them sooner. If you're listening on the actual podcasts by joining our facebook arlington groups just to remarkable podcasts dot com slash facebook or promotional podcasts dot com slash lincoln. And while. you're here if you're with us live. I want you to imagine that you're joining us for a cup of coffee. Just share your questions your comments and your ideas. I will see them..

"wilding" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

02:56 min | 7 months ago

"wilding" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"So i thought that the four of us brought in really an interesting representation of ecosystem and there was just collaboration on. Everyone's mind and i really really loved that so having said that. Tell me about what you think that perspective that you have is going to do. Should you be on s omar counsel. Yeah i i mean i think being a collaborative person allows you to break down walls at otherwise might exist it allows you to have an openness for diverse opinions divergent opinions that you may not share necessarily with someone and it just allows you to kind of listen You know you got two years in one mile for reasons you can listen more and talk less and you know i love to talk priscilla left. I know this is why we like to listen to. Because i learned so much from people. Listen i don't have it all figured out. I'm in my forties now but i am a lifetime student. I really think of myself that way. I'm always learning and always trying to soak in other ways to think about problems. Think about solutions. And and. I think that that's really important. When you're part of a global organization like s omar because we have so much to learn from each other and i'll give you a really good example of a collaborative You know group that. I i've been part of so kerry elstein and i you know kerry from wire exac Research research narrative and her. And i actually just missed each other at harris interactive back in the early two thousands and we met at wire exact all these years later. We started comparing notes. Like oh my god. We just missed each other at harris and then we also realize she grew up in the town next to the town. I grew up in here in upstate. New york it was just like so weird. It was almost like Kismet like like the universe was bringing us together Wait this is like how you and i found out there are two boys are not only born on the same day but on the same date but day exactly the same age born on the same thing. I mean it's crazy. These are very funny things that you learn when you become very close. It's it's it's it's it's awesome But yeah so so. Her and i have been great friends through through women research and again i think that's such an awesome organization. So anyone listening in police get involved. Men and women conjoin join. It's not just for women We have a lot of men that are part of women in research. I just think it's an incredible organization. It's changed my life not only professionally. But personally because i've gotten so to me awesome people like you priscilla but so you know after george. Floyd passed away last year after he was murdered. Carrie and i were talking on the phone. We're to say. God you know as you know white privilege women what can we do. We have to. We have to advocate. We have to be better allies. We have to do something. And i'm not talking about putting out a tweet..

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"wilding" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:54 min | 9 months ago

"wilding" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Yes, that is correct. Following an 11 year, 11 month gap from 1981 to 1993 Ruth Bader Ginsburg was the second woman to serve as a U. S. Supreme Court justice. Yes, Michael Wilding. W I l d i n g. Wild. I've got it. Feel free to solicit assistance from your friends. He's got it. I think he was the second husband of his Elizabeth Taylor. That's correct, and who was the first? Eddie Fisher, not Eddie Fisher Rock Hudson, who never run It was a joke. Who is the life? Go for the Miller. No, no, no, no Joking. Remember, It's a good joke. Not just a minute. Just a minute. Burton. Richard get Richard Burton was trying the fifth twice. I'm going to toss it to the other twice, Michael time. It was not Michael tied Go. There's so many to choose from It was that gosh, What's that guy thinking about Nicky Hilton? All right, That's correct. It was Conrad Hilton Jr. Known to most folks as Nicky Hilton. Conrad Hilton. Wow, Murray. Yes, sir. Laurie London. Wait a minute. Oh, shoot. Laurie London. Is she an actress? I can't remember. She is not a she His name is spelled L A U. R E Oh, that kind of Lori. Okay? Was he married to Paris Hilton? I'm trying to combine the two million Never mind. London. Paris. Okay, uh, Laurie London is a guy. Right. So wait a minute. So hold on a second. So Laurie London is a singer. And this person is the first drummer for the Monkeys Singer. Here's some help for you. He's got the whole world in his hands, preceded by another astronomical improbability, catch a falling star. Uh, Perry Coma had a big hit with catch a falling star and put it in your pocket. Never let it fade away, Catch a falling star and put it in your book. So catch a falling star came first journey. He's got the whole world in his. Oh, yeah, he had a He had a hit with it. He's got the whole world in his hands. He's got wind of it, and in fact I may be wrong about this, but I think it was on the London label. My brother had the 45. It's about 1957 58. Very good. You've done very well. And with that little date clue in there. You have earned yourselves three points. Laurie London was the second person to earn an R A a certified gold record in 1958 after Perry coma. Francine? Yes. Judith Resnik, R E s and I k. Judith Resnick was she involved in a political scandal? No. Is that not her real name? Judith Resnick was her real name. Is she an author? She's not an author involved in a crime. Not a crime. We think victim of Ah, she was the victim. Well, take it, Francine. Paul. Well, I heard the name before that's for should that's good. Give you some help. We need a little help. Other pioneers in this field, where Valentina Tereshkova in 1963 and Svetlana Savitskaya in 1982. Pioneers in the field. Well, adults you the second woman in space. US woman in space. Well done. Well done. One year after whom, uh, Sally Ride, Sally ride is correct. There's five points there with the hints on Here's an interesting note in 1977 Michelle Nichols, who had played lieutenant to her on the original Star Trek, warned NASA If it's the same old, same old old white male astronaut corps, I will be your worst nightmare. Nancy. Right? Back, Benatar. Singer. Yes. She did something second. Carolyn, I need your help. With this one. Pat Benatar was classically trained in opera had a string of hits. Unlike any other string of hits. By a woman before number one. She was the second In the late seventies, but she was the second woman to have a number one hit wearing a headband E could give you some help for a few points off. You say video killed the radio star? Well, then you better run. Um Oh, my gosh. Yeah, To me. He was the first woman on MTV or second one on MTV. The second song. One in and who were the first Paul knows, and I stopped listening to music. After 1974 Let me get this straight. They actually had music videos. Is that why wasn't I told Uh, anybody happen to know who did video killed the radio star were all the buggles of the booth Buckles in 1991,.

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"wilding" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

05:30 min | 11 months ago

"wilding" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"We've got a lot of cool new tools that have been recently released and so we're really excited to look forward to the future and to continue the good fight on, you know on really, you know, keeping an eye and and focus on quality and having really awesome collaboration wage. With our clients and staying flexible. I think that's the other thing that's really important for us as a business is we are independent we're self-funded and I love that about us and that wasn't always the case in previous companies. I worked at I'm looking at you Mel. You know when you take on investment, that's awesome. It can help you really grow your top-line and and higher tons of stuff off and do wonderful things but it also has a lot of challenges with it too. And I love how fiercely independent we are so that we can be super super agile and flexible to help support our clients cuz they're going through a long they're going to continue to be going through a lot for months maybe even years. So we'll just see what the future holds you can capture innovate mr.com and of course Lisa Wilding look her up online, but will it'll be in the show notes for everybody's connect. So Sarah, what about you what's going on with field work? And what what's ideal for for you for for your team as.

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How Coronavirus May Affect Grocery Shopping Habits

BBC World Service

12:23 min | 1 year ago

How Coronavirus May Affect Grocery Shopping Habits

"This failed by cost yeah six months ago we did plowing microscopical jets a lovely lovely us well and that was always a good sign of a healthy soil who got it from a guy using Watson that tending to the soil on is one hundred and forty acres of land here in the U. K. it's all happening down at his farm we grow various vegetables just about stock picking strawberries would grow globalists checks with a couple's prime Brooks laid out so squash and pumpkins since garden pays that sort of thing so you must be really busy right about now because everything's coming into season yeah we've just gone states that the pumpkins and it's now turned extremely cold and very strong easterly wind them work trying to nurse them along and keep them alive until it gets warmer again at the end of the week yeah we it's coming into a pretty busy time for the start thinking strawberries next week guy founded river Ford farms a company that delivers boxes of organic vegetables to consumers across the U. K. ever since the coronavirus lockdown business has been booming so how does god explain the surge in demand for his produce there is some reevaluation of people's lives people spend more time cooking crops thinking a little bit more about what they took and and being more concerned about the quality and provenance and environmental and social impact of what that Boeing you know we are certainly getting a lot more customers which is all good in the Bahamas that grow and supply said delighted that will increase that crop and programs by twenty five percent this year and at the moment that doesn't look like it'll be enough but I guess we have we have to be cautious I mean at the end of this will people get back to their normal habits soul well you know what I have to stop this new habits guys sing Watson as he says he thinks the lockdown is changing people's habits when it comes to food and the question is whether these habits will stick but in the meantime the corona virus pandemic is also changing global food supply chains that means the range of products consumers in the rich will see on the supermarket shelves is changing too Richard Wilding is a British academic and business professional specializing in logistics transport and supply management he says big buyers in the food industry in the developed world I'm now looking closely at the resilience of their supply chains and finding different ways to source that produce amid the lockdowns and he warns these new routes could become the new normal so we have to remember at the moment since the lockdown actually occurred and particularly the impacts on air freight if you think that most of the time it's passengers in the top of the aircraft and then yes this thing the banks but also there is a significant amount of air freight and if we're looking at food for example you've got Chilean blueberries Argentinian blackberries Zambian sugar snap peas now what we've actually found is the air freight costs have increased dramatically because of me just people not flying and therefore vote starting to trade some significant challenges in terms of the cost the cost to serve particular customers so what we're finding is he's a number of things coming together I'm thankful the new normal which we can start to see will probably be much more focused on what we call me shoring fast trying to source goods much closer to the actual customers if you go to new school from the consumer's point of view that means less choice if those blackberries coming from Argentina on no longer being brought over then that means also that there's going to be less choice in the supermarket yes but in terms of choice we're already seeing that actually so just on say some of the products if you looking up pasta for example generally you know a lot of the supermarkets will have a offering twenty different sort of lines of pasta different shapes and so on and so forth the pastor that has already been rationalized down to six so if we go into a supermarket now compared with China wary this year you have less choice threes within the supply chain by doing actions like that it means you've been able to increase the volumes of simplifying if you want the movements of those goods to the customers is this happening globally yet what we have to realize he's he's that the global rationalization of if you like choice consumers because of the challenge of managing supply chains because of the increased cost to serve we may start to see the organizations are going to offer less choice across the supply chain as a whole and I'm an implicit in this or this is basically last trade internationally well with this drawing for me is shoring what we can find is that global supply chains will rationalize we still going to have global supply chains but what we might find these a more vanilla products she's actually being moved around and then actually we got to find more local processing interestingly enough for example if you look at the Scottish form processing industry is done in Thailand so what we find is that these things of fish thank you for example around Scotland they then moved to Thailand where they're actually you know be shelved and everything else and then moved back again and so you know those are the types of examples that we've seen in the past what people are trying to do is to actually leverage if you like low labor cost however with the technology that was starting to see that labor costs becomes less of a challenge and therefore what we were able to do is to do these things locally after the quisling cost because we're not using people we're actually using machines the loss of our listeners on the world service are in emerging markets emerging markets that depend on being able to export food products to the developed world listening to you here this will be a huge blow to them because your affected be telling them that may never be able that kind of normal resumption of food exports that we had before unfortunately I think there is going to be some significant changes in this new normal if we looking up all supply chain environments coronaviruses created a burning platform for change across all supply chains not just food supply chains and what is going to have a big impact so many communities around the world including western communities as well bots my concern is that this may fall harder on those developing nations and is there anything that that should be done to help those communities that are going to be really hit hard by this the key things that we need to actually think through its procurement professionals that means that the big supermarkets the people you know who who have procuring goods around the world they don't just think about calls the economic impact of their decisions they don't just think about sustainability in the environmental impacts of their decisions but they also think about the society and I think what we have to do is we have to consider that yes it may actually cost a slightly more to point from in certain communities globally but actually we need to do that to support those communities professor Richard Wilding then perhaps more a case of conscientious trait than rather than fat trade but how these developments going down in places which have traditionally grown produce to exports to the developed world up to what how Barry is a country program manager in the west and central Africa division at the international fund for agricultural development the U. N. agency he's based in Abidjan in the Ivory Coast which is just coming out of lockdown this is the mango season in record you our exports have dropped significantly because the markets are closed in Europe on and of the importers in Europe not honor the contract and they said as it reported effect on the exporters in the developing countries especially in West Africa could you for so what is happening to these mangoes are they just sitting in a warehouse rushing then some of them are able to go through the system and get the product to Abigail which is the port but the ships and the also with plain as not moving so those people are also stocked with the products three to two thousand dollars a year this is what could you what export to the international market right away if you cannot sell that means that you stayed here Mr Austin come but lost income for the exporter but lost income also for the farmer a west tech with a very big drop from a from the tree to the Saudi oil you grow your own defined flags every away flights because of the quantity of Brighton main goals this season not thank god for which is the season right now and I'm I'm telling you it's not beautiful and these exporters in these farmers are they mostly small holders or all the big Mona cultural farms owned by companies who is this affecting the most in Ivory Coast but also just generally in West Africa for other food products I didn't I think the hardest hits is a greedy a farmer because the farmer eats in general poor and cannot meet the DVD needs and help you concerned all farmers exporters in Ivory Coast another west African countries that some changes we're seeing now the inability to export that these things might become permanent this is not just a temporary blip but actually something that might change the way he a lot of western bias source food yeah I I think I tend to be optimistic I think that this would change in the next few months I hope I hope that recorded nineteen he's not going to be a stumbling block for countries like could you what to Exploratorium it is is it compounding food security in hunger problems in countries like Ivory Coast now swear in West Africa prices have started rising in Abidjan because people could not export to Abidjan so in the cities is becoming a little bit difficult food you mean yeah getting access to Ford it's difficult especially for poor people spend a big chunk of very incompetent for not for not quite confusing in the sense that this is all this produce it's not being exported why isn't it being consumed within the country what you have sold prints there are products of late cool cool cashew which are not made for consumption in could you offer a service so what do you do it and when you cannot consume yeah let's also remember the agriculture season starting now for those we didn't have the means to buy imports it means that they cannot produce the food for the next three to six months only seven players you mean the seeds seeds fertilizers pesticides they don't have them still well what what do you do what's your biggest worry for farmers in Ivory Coast and the rest of it West Africa for the next three

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"wilding" Discussed on Cal's Week in Review

Cal's Week in Review

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"wilding" Discussed on Cal's Week in Review

"On to the ever popular cap desk at this point if you've been listening to Gals Week in review you know without question. How damaging domestic cats are to our wildlife? Recently that topic popped up once again with a new study out of North Carolina State University. That track nine. Hundred Domestic House. Cats researchers were initially optimistic about the small range of these domestic predators until they took into account the repeated predation within those tiny ranges. Domestic cats are essentially over pressuring their resources. This differs from wildcats. That have a large territory in which they likely not by choice spread their predatory love around considering that many homes within the study areas also have cats that were not part of the study the data once again points to an incredibly simple solution for the protection of Native Wildlife. Keep your cats inside nothing new remember in the US alone? An estimated two point four billion birds a year twelve point three billion small mammals ear. And all you have to do cat. Fanciers is keep tabby inside. If that story doesn't Dickel your cat fancy maybe this one out of Yellowstone National Park. Will I know you? Fans Monty. Python will like in a study released in the Journal. Environmental Conservation in March researchers tested twenty eight outlines that call the greater yellowstone home between two thousand five and two thousand fourteen twelve of these cats tested positive for plague. Eight of these positive tests were collected from eleven dead cats and four positive tests from a sample of seventeen live. Cats plague and mountain. Lions is not anything new. A researcher in Arizona picked up a dead cat in two thousand seven in was infected while performing across on the animal. A couple of interesting takeaways from this study is that the cats do not always die when they contract plague in fact quite the opposite several lions in the study test positive than negative than positive again over the course of the study meaning that the cats can build some antibodies to the historically deadly disease and they can potentially act as an indicator for when plaque is present in the yellowstone ecosystem. But who is coming in contact with mountain lions enough for this to be Helpful Hound Hunters folks who run Katz with dogs. That's who during the time of this study. A boy scout was infected with plague. In the Teton area. It is possible that this infection or other infections in the future could be prevented by using some citizen. Science Utilizing Mountain Lion Hunters to bring in testable samples from their kills or providing the people who just like to run cats with hounds the necessary equipment to pull samples from live cats when they have treed could potentially provide an early warning system for folks like me that like to wander around the woods. Picking up just about anything we find. Thanks for listening. That's all I've got for you this week. LemMe no-one a missing by writing into a S. K. C. A. L. at the meter dot com. If you love what you're hearing please subscribe until a friend. I'll talk to you next week..

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"wilding" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"wilding" Discussed on EconTalk

"Interesting. I read the analogy to the financial sectors. Well that if we have zero tolerance for bank failure There comes a set of failures that require a a a a bailout. That's socially and economically disastrous with all the decisions that get made along the way we would have been. You know people say to me well so you wouldn't bailed out the banks well. I don't know if I'd bailed the banks or not. I don't envy the decisions that people made in two thousand and eight when faced with that crisis but but the seats for that conflagration that financial complication were sewn in Meyer decades before with all the small fires that they refused to let burn and so as a result. People took riskier and riskier and riskier decisions. I think there's a useful a analogy there. I don't WanNA leave this untouched. It's not. It is not the easiest topic for some of the squeamish through my audience but you are also You have to call ponies. They're they're called ponies. But they're not how. How much ex more pony way? And how much by the way is a long way? And how much does the Tim can? We couldn't tell you but they're not that big time we don't we. Don't call our ponies yet. We we would like to in the future because it's very difficult to have a viable natural. Heard if there is no market for them. What do you do when your population is so large fillets beginning to impact on their rewarding project and You know we feel that we can all capacities probably about thirty ponies. The moment we can We can take the ponies to other rewarding projects that are beginning to start up and there is a movement now which is wonderful to see happening in the UK from people who visited nap and seeing how successful it can be but there will come a time when those populations will still grow and and you know what what do we do then At one point when we had no market for our ponies we we had to castrate them. And that's deeply strict distressing not only for the ponies but also for the men to the castrating You know and it costs two hundred pounds to to tranquilize. The ponies does the vet's bill or you could sell the live animal to for the market. And you would probably get about forty pounds for it again. You would have to tranquilize it and get it off to market about five or six hour journey from here. Where would probably be sold for meat for France? So because France France seats horse right. Yes England if you know quite a few countries England no we've had tabu about it For many many years. I'm sure we would've eaten horse in the past. Because in a before the Second World War we would have had millions of horses out there on farmed landscape. And what would you do? You know when you you you had a horse was beyond its life and you didn't want to go on supporting it for another five or six years beyond. Its WORKING KNIFE. Sure people would be noses but it's become a big Tabu But when you've got a wall heard of X. Moore's and extra ponies stoop rarer than the giant panda You need to keep that dynamism going in that in that heard. It's very very sad when you see them just floating around castrated males Just there just eating. There's no dynamism in the hood structure anymore. You don't see the colts play fighting. You don't see lowery foles being born And of course ED probably prone to laminates because they are just doing nothing else but eat. That's a whole day. Yeah so you know it it it. It really is having to be pragmatic about how you get natural functioning herds in a landscape again if we want to see these animals in our landscape And we don't want to see them starve And we won't look after their welfare. Then you do have to. I think appreciate that you need to be able to call them at certain periods. And if you call them then I think you you you also need to eat the meat because horse meat is just as good as beef and we should just be honest about it rather than trying to hide it away in the new forest. They have a new forest ponies in another Breed of pony and again. There's sort of secreted away and When the population gets too large again they get transported off to France. Often live animals. Which is which is pretty Harmful to the animal so I would feel much happier about being honest and selling Conservation Grade. Honi meat then pretending there. There isn't a problem this is this is of course recorded about. I think I hear the shrieks and screams of my audience at the thought of that. But what we'RE GONNA ASSUME THEY'RE OKAY IT'S I. I guess I should have had a trigger warning about pony mate but I talk for a minute about the financial side of this. Which is you've got a grant from local conservationist government Source and the main thing. You need that money for initially was yet to tear up a bunch of fences and then you had to put up a bunch of fences in different places had essentially ring your land which is a lot of money. I'm curious if with the benefit of hindsight and now aware of the Revenue. You're getting from Meat as well as tourism. There's clamping and Tours on your land and I have to confess having looked at your website. I wanted to go. I'm disappointed that we didn't do this. Live on site but such is life Whether you think you could have made a go of that without that government money is the amount of money coming in Potentially enough to to change the calculus and then the other thing I want you to mention is that the the European Union for a long time has been subsidizing farming which is a sort of reverse What the opposite of of wilding is Delaying or some better. That's wild backwards. But they have. They have paid people to ruin their landed to some extent Talk about the financial side of yes I mean I I. I think to kick start the whole rewarding project. We certainly needed that seed. Money the funding and we still do get Agri-environment money from the EU.

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Dow ends down after weaker-than-expected jobs report

Masters in Business

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Dow ends down after weaker-than-expected jobs report

"Stocks fell from records after the latest jobs report delivered mixed signals on the strength of the US economy and with that story here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude eyes America's economy added just one hundred forty five thousand jobs in December below the full year average even so Bloomberg economics as the pace of hiring wall slower is still sufficient to drive unemployment down in the new year in December unemployment was running a half century low with three point five percent down July schoolwork radio reaction from Tiffany Wilding chief economist at pimco the one forty five total payrolls gained in December and I was a little bit weaker than consensus but there's probably some quirks going on with the data because of how the thanksgiving fell on the calendar this year so actually we're more focused on the aggregate hours numbers in this report and and actually they look quite a bit weaker than they did in November and Rick reader global chief investment officer for fixed income of blackrock says you got to keep the jobs number specifically that one hundred forty five thousand gain in perspective this is a bit from the new one's going to be a bit of a bit softer that being said how could you not how is it a bit softer after these incredible reports we've had and you still hired forty thousand people in retail forty thousand people in in leisure almost forty thousand people in education health services the numbers are impressive the online mattress retailer Casper sleepers filed for an IPO it shares will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker C. S. P.

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"wilding" Discussed on FanBros

FanBros

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"wilding" Discussed on FanBros

"I know that much but beyond that I cannot tell you I was actually look for day-to-day cannot read the article and then I didn't you know save it so now. I can't find it again but wants is around guns or anything. It's like all athletes Hacia late. I Seventy S at fourteen. I'm going to look it up. Real quick fuck. I know what you're talking and. I roughly know what you're talking. We'll get to that but no. I'm not watched demon explorer anything else so flare question next question and looks like the last question comes from Philip winslow they right. Oh well first of all they're it. Eh Aka is America's glorious mackey they right. Which two black women would you like to see? Portray Selina Kyle flashed cat woman and Barbara Gordon in the new Batman Film. I want Asia Naomi King and possibly Lovey Simone respectively now you know who will just Asia Naomi King. She is well. She was bobby over now. She wasn't how to get away with murder and lovey smart. I don't think I know who loves. Simone is not off the top of my head and we look at the picture. I don't know who she is. This is a very young actress. She's twenty. She is either from our lives in New York. Okay are in on Greenleaf. We'll see I don't watch own. Green Green leaves Salem spades see She's a she's a young one but so ben till black actresses one for Cat Woman Wants Barbara Gordon I I'm. I'm like the worst this name me. People were like you know casting I love shorty firm. I thought the Polar Bear Oh oh and I want to see her and everything you know that that's who right now. If you asked me to cast a young African American woman she's asleep the hell out of what I wanna see that woman in everything so until she gets a major superhero. That's why I'm always to be recommended and I can see her as Barbara Gordon. ooh. That's actually Eh Nicole Barry Cobra Harry who yes. I WANNA see that woman agreed to I could see I could see both since the Chaffetz yes she could add. That's what I'm saying. I want to see her. I want to see a really get one like if she gets a superhero. I WanNa see on a series where she can really Ah. I don't WanNa see her. M. C. you in a film because then you know it's more just I whatever you'd air for a second. I WanNa see a really because that will i. I didn't want sleepy hollow but I was. F- employing away are on fought the polar bear Oh yes. She's an amazing actor fought then we can at could you see see or or do you want to have someone that's that's less known. Could you see like a lupita being woman yeah. You got so quiet you. Would you rather be someone I'd rather be someone else yeah. I feel I LUPI already. You know got everything that would be a fire woman. You know it has the She would be a fire guy woman. You know so yeah yeah but I'd rather see somebody coming. Okay all right so that is the Gaup if you have a question be at about Geek and pop culture Cherubini about your own personal life be about you want.

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"wilding" Discussed on FanBros

FanBros

14:24 min | 2 years ago

"wilding" Discussed on FanBros

"The GUAC is extra where we answer any and all questions from our listeners and what do we have. I tonight the first I comes from Kirk Kitty. They rights with some much which some much-needed content. I guess the word needed was missing but anyway we're content coming into Disney so much content with so much content okay coming to Disney plus. Do you think a deep cut character like Isaiah Bradley. The first six one six captain America could get some shine. I I don't know who that is all right well to explain. This was ill story. I think it was all captain. America Red White and black. I'm not one hundred percent chardonnay graphic novel but it was ill story where tastes territories. Ahah Bradley in a basically mates to super soldier experiment into the Tuskegee experiment where they gave the Super Soldier Serum when they're first developing it to Blatt soldiers I of course to make sure word it was it's one of Marvel's stories Mova even publish. This joint is so wild. It's an old old. Kylie isn't a two thousand year early two thousands a AH. Maybe like one thousand nine hundred nine times okay. That's basically nine not more cash money. Money is an Odin dominy. AD ABC's after masterpiece is as Air Bradley was the cat was therefore Isaiah Bradley becomes the first half in America in this story and so he goes goes on. He doesn't live very low well he. He doesn't eat a power very long because obviously Steve Rogers and becomes the Captain America but Isaiah Bradley's grandson later on becomes hysterical call the Patriot who joins the young avengers with damage they do big like 'cause lally member sure I mean it's all sort of art is something that's Kyle Baker who does really exaggerated stuff. He's one of our I mean. Cows listen. I WanNa say this Charlie Baker. I don't don't put me on that one. He looked like Isaiah but his grandson goes on to join the young avengers which is one of my favorite teams as everyone knows miss. America Chavis have is Kate Bishop coming up in the Hawk series so yes to answer your question. I do believe to characters like Isaiah but more importantly I think his nephew and his grandson and in the young of injuries are all going to get a lot of shine yeah and so they'll probably have a flashback or something to show the history I would think deep cookout is going to get a shine because because one major component that I learned this week was that the Disney plus. TV shows from Arvo are going to have M. C. You sized budgets so L. With that in mind. I'm like Oh they they were going to could do anything but they're literally going to be able to do anything here so I'm here for it and yes. I think the deep cuts are coming. I mean we've you seem to foot if we see in front of Laurean and that Shit looks like money was spent and I I also don't expect anything less yeah because the star wars related so you know it's the same thing at this point. They're not cheap out on the budget. I mean we're talking characters. Dave announced a Moon Knight night series whole last year he's on Moon Cameo and I heard they were looking for an Israeli Jewish. I wish Israeli do to play mark. Spector the moon night. I didn't know he was Israeli in the book or Jewish but no idea because eventually mark Spector in some versions that move night worships through the Egyptian god I close enough regionally. The culture is not at all beat of a different Gretna Geographically Eddie all round there but yes classically a bit of a difference in mm-hmm cultures boy but yeah no deep cared is coming to marvel yeah. That's that's. That's no no doubt. Oh quake quake way the next question Shen. I actually don't see this is from. I'm just GonNa read it out. Hayao a while back I sent in question via Patriot. I'm asking asking about advice for my first big con a New York comic con and I just WanNa say. Thank you so much for the advice. I took notes. You also said to send in an email so that she give me more advice and share things that you're privy to that. You can't her didn't want to say on the air so here. I am ten years later. If you have any more vice or anything extra you want to I share it with me. Appreciate it so much if not no worries see you at. NYC See it from Amber Lynn Ciro No Aka from me this time work still my creativity for the day but we can obviously I read the question. We're going to give you some more stuff on air. and we'll see first of all yeah we will see. You make sure make sure that we will see you at all. I mean we we see a lot of the same advice because it's still applicable and is still really good the odorant tons of it bring it along with you a fresh pair of socks. I mean real. Let's be real folks like if you've got room in your bag or your purse or your pockets a fresh pair of socks their bathrooms that you can walk into and change them joints halfway through today. It's a good look baby. I can uncle answer. There are practical okay. We'll stay in the practical lane. Make sure you bring more more than one either one high-capacity or several chargers portable battery chargers 'cause you're going. I mean if you're already on your phone. Nas Up is going to be even more insane this time around. I would also say if you were looking for advice in the sense of I guess waiting to find your way in the industry talk. Yes talk to I mean in the sense of like you know yes go talk to creators talk about how they got into the craft and and you know you you technically don't have to be pressed to have interviews with these people when you go into artists alley. You could just say hey you know for my personal thing. I'm interviewing people all that I'm interested in in their craft. Can I talk to you for like five minutes most times. They'd be like Yeah Sean my not or they'll be like oh well. Can you come back at a certain time like you can do that. Yes there are certain things that are restricted specifically for credential press but just because you don't have that particular titling your badge doesn't mean you can't do things like to this day we tell. Ya We do the things things even when we're not supposed to be there quote unquote or or when we are tasked to be one thing and do another you know because we have the skill the thing is we also because you believe in yourself at the end of the day again as I mentioned earlier the only way you get better at what it is that you if you keep practising so you know take. I do it slowly do it in measured terms and you'll you'll get there but yeah everything means said is valid true. Also I would God bless you. Yes trump shoes and also wanna add onto that like you were saying about artists alley artists to me is like is my hidden treasure every year here. I tell people this site. You get to see everyone. Let People like the Tom Kings of the World Batman author. He's GonNa have a long as line but everyone else L. stand near was was girl Jen. Yes who went from being unknown unknown to me like a mother fucking fifty Mile Line of women at her desk job. I love it because it's like bartle has is this like mob of women who stand in front of our booth and Audit Valley. It's it's so amazing but yeah that's where you can meet everyone. You'll be to walk right up on them. Talk to them I'm GonNa give you all the game. A few years ago we had Lonzo on the show actually stood outside. I was in a restricted area that I would. I stood outside of the restricted area and wading into this motherfucker came over to so we can we can. We have your show now again. There's a fine line you have have to be. You do have to move insolent. Don't really don't just run up on somebody. In demand anything is first of all no one owes you a damn thing you ask and you respectful respectful and you give people their time and if they say no get your ego out of it so now oh well keep it moving one of the very first comics I did with Ben I mean and I was shocked because and this goes great for people who really know these creators whether their inkers or pencil or whatever ben I mean peop- Larry Hama is an incredible edible legend of the medium me and everyone else had no idea who this guy was. He was sitting at a table by himself literally by himself. Well although tables were were milling about with with with hundreds of people and he was he was drawing doing his thing he wasn't. He wasn't paying pay. Nobody nobody was paying him no mind but when Ben I mean saw the name name and it Clinton is head like holy crap this is this and he got like a full blown interview him whereas that may not happen with you know maybe a stab more more more bigger outlet or whatever or even ignore them and that's another thing creators especially are not like these marquee names are often ignored and and that's not fair and two it also gives you a window to be able to learn more about them and give them a platform to Larry Hama for those that don't know asian-american American Creator demands served in Vietnam from one came home and started writing and wrote. Gi Joe Tacoma Book and pretty much defined everything that everyone no one knows about Gi Joe Snake Storm Shadow all that ill shit is him and so when I got to meet a man he answered question for me that I'd had since I was a kid because I I was reading initiative as a kid and there was stuff I wanted to ask them then and I finally got to a neutral amazing because he's a Yo you know who are you read all my stuff and I'm just I kill your fucking talking Larry Hamid Doll. You aren't a man so yeah. Just go up to people like we say you know. Introduce yourself be cool. We call say whatever smile all the time. Oh you ran into rob lethal or lethal sure he was sitting on the curb and this well before the deadpool movie so no one I guess his fist. His face wasn't really out there. He was sitting on the curb outside in front of a whole bunch of people either cost plays up again. A scituate people just walk right by no blues crazy was people walk right past them up and tell them we got pitcher everything and then later on when he was sitting in his booth with his name above nine down the block. That's why pays and this is your last. This is your last day but that's why pays to do your research series surgeon to the people that you know do the research on the people that you don't know and want to learn more about because they could be literally standing right next to you at the con and that could be your opportunity the first time we got back to one last one. I got Karen Gillan and Jamie mckelvie. They were standing there. I knew what they look like say their publicists trying to drag them away and I ran up on twitter before but he says he's still means respect especially random and I was like Yo you know we've talked on twitter before and he was I gave you ten minutes because he had to go with the publicist and so we got that ten minutes real quitting did interview and look at it now they're brothers or we're good friends hopefully. I I you know that that'd be an honor you know. I don't know that's my dude. I'm the fact that he follows me. Now is like how rose I gotta write better tweets. I step it up. That's paying me for this. Those are inside tips can get no more free ran for the year. The rest will be nine hundred nine. the next question comes from the rare elements elements they right. y'All were talking anime a few weeks ago. Have you two been watching Demon slayer. If so what do you think no no I have bobby. Watch not at all. How however what happened watching is actually went back and Rewatch the season. We'll all the seasons on Hulu blue of my hero academia because I should so fire and it's still fired no matter how many times you watch it on my actually also started a new anime will new old anime call assassination classroom and it's wild as hell and as much as they try to make you like the antagonize still want them to kill this motherfucker yogurt. Auger basically it's about this super duper powered alien being that destroys the moon on its way to Earth then it basically tells the inhabitants of Earth Look. y'All got a year maybe last but y'all got a year to figure out how to kill me and if you do obviously I'll be I'll be today if you don't figure it out. I'm GonNa Destroy the planet and in doing that they make him head of a classroom of children. So these are like preteens. Maybe early teens jeans and he's teaching them how to be and other teachers are teaching them how to be assassins so it's a lot of this weird dynamic with kids that are literally every other minute trying to kill the professor. They'll have they'll be having a conversation with professor and then behind their back will be a knife or they'll come out with a gun that all these weapons that are specially formulated to kill this teacher so definitely check it out if you're interested in learning more again on who I'm sure you can get anywhere else like country role in places like that. Those are the enemies I've been watching. There's actually does do join us all the name of it in an article but I don't know it's on that flits is supposed to be like aw exploitation where it's like. I think it takes to Mexico but it's like karate in it and here is some weird like Seventies. Mash Asha of like Cohn flu but I don't I guess Mexican flotation like machete-type flicks but it's animated and it's on on Netflix Hodgkin. No that's that's south main is in Spanish..

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"wilding" Discussed on FanBros

FanBros

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"wilding" Discussed on FanBros

"Now already side For New York comecon shadowed hearing killen. you know friend of the show fan of the show all we're going to run into him not on we're going to run into into him. First of all happy birthday today. Man Birthday was just this week yeah. There's a lot of birthdays friends shout out to Dallas Pin. You know a lot of people out there happy birthday to all your out there put what Karen's in town. We are working things out right now seen if he can actually be on the spaceship nets week longer Monday Monday. He's actually running Jamie as well. I'm not sure if Jay Jamie's in town Matt Alterman town but I'm not sure Jamie staying longer but we'll definitely see them. All at COMECON is weekend. Karen is running a game of die on Monday afternoon. I will be participating in you know what I want you to do. I want you to watch because I washed. I did the other night when I was cleaning through our youtube page for owner TV our watched and this is why can't the camera and this what I want. You guys to do go watch. This was a lot of you and we appreciate the praise. No one's starts at perfect I I wasn't I was GONNA call you ask. I'm just going to look at this. I mean yes it helps. You actually know these people. It's a wild difference between twenty seventeen eighteen to the years when Ben I mean even before that because he's sixteen even maybe like our first home account. I'm Ben I mean I interview the the writer colorist and the artists weakened divine till now completely different. We actually have two different years on Youtube. The one I'm wearing a denim jacket and I say Curia Korea on like my name is Karen is not that hard well. You're American so I butchered Richard delivering life out of it. I mean I was so hyping it cited to talk. I was a goof ball of pure nerdy Geek and Alex when we get really knew it. It was terrible you learn how to I mean any craft you learn by learning you learn by doing learn by experience you gotTa keep doing and then as you see if you go back and listen in to the interview when we sat down. Karen as he said it was a hell of an interview one of our best ever fucking amazing it was very very it was it was very Mary like intense and a great way I love it and so also he is doing a wake for wicked and divine Saturday night out. An expiration comes out tomorrow. The last trade ever at hurts awake is Saturday night is sold out within our but of course we're on the list. We'll we'll be in there. Just don't add. I'll never love you. Thank you for under reporting live. That even knows fucking happening. I was trying to hit on the spin because it's a whole. Dj Party became said. It's already booked up. They got a bunch of these panels and jumping admit to jump into orange code like you would just jump into booth anyway like man. You Ain't doing it right to do you know. I Ah you know I'm going to be easy hopefully Iraq. Do they know you D J Keith Color. They know they don't know Announ Day. They don't no now all of that he ready because I'll play when it comes to. Dj You'd think this podcast is on now on play on that. I I told you guys Maybe a few months back. I'm done being super demure or super humble about the shit. We've done because it's pastime I'm that we're loud about our accomplishment. It's passed on now. You are loud about your accomplishments for anyone else who doubts you and so yeah we got a lot going on even after New York comecon real quick one mentioned this we will be having some live events to close out the year definitely something in New York. I was looking at our soundcloud numbers. It looks like Atlanta is right behind New York in terms of listen school. We need to do yeah so we might become a noun there real soon. We got a lot in Chicago so I think is our third in DC in la so we'll be working on you know if you want to see us in your town hit us up talk to us at four all nerds you know how to find this but right now it is time for one of my favorite segments of the showed. Keith only ask questions.

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"wilding" Discussed on FanBros

FanBros

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"wilding" Discussed on FanBros

"Out with for owners and listening to their show. Hey guys this is rod and King of the blackout tells podcast and when we are doing one of our many podcast cast yes. We are listening to four. Hey what's going on everybody this Sante one third of the zone and when I am not smoking pot or playing she'll be striper. I'm listening listening to four all nerds. What's up everybody. This is Chuck Creek Moore Aka Jigsaw from all hip hop dot com and when I'm not placing being my heavy hand on the world of hip hop culture watching for rowing and I'm not trying takeover net flicks up. This is the second I play Black Manta in Alabama movies when I'm not getting around the city pretty chilling listening to four was up and Stephen harassed by artists Coke Aztec Fire Ours on Java the Fringe Circle Craig Watson. The home of the war winner of watching the homes award is nominated when I'm not drawing. I am listening to four all nerds Jackie. Hey Amalgam lead director of night school and when I'm not directing writing and producing an endings down my kids I'm listening to four. Hey this is Pamela ribbon and when I'm not writing things like my boyfriend is a beer or Ralph race the Internet. I am listening to four. Yo what's up. This is Leo when I'm not leading an Athenian revolt in the sashes creed Odyssey. I'm listening to four all NERDS.

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"wilding" Discussed on FanBros

FanBros

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"wilding" Discussed on FanBros

"I don't fault them for highlighting alighting Harley. I hope that we do get to see a well rounded view of everybody on the cast. It would be great. I also am not faulting them at least for this first one for not showing other people but more of Harley data showed Black Canary about to do her screen because you said a little water a little water doing drastic park arc shape so you know so you get to see and you said this is the first trailer they gotta sell those movies so they're gonNA put it on Margot Robbie and everything else that comes with our first yeah man so I was we did as we normally do with our trails. We put it up on our twitter and ask you guys what you think we did. I would say it was cool. Fifty fifty there was the people who were like arm with other people was like Nah. No no mention on touchy shoe wasn't really wait so they're. They're air tentatively. Yes interested in it. I'm pretty much on it. I've been feeling. DC lately you know. I thought it was cool. I thought was fired from your. I liked them. I can't I watched it again on a plane recently and I've enjoyed it yeah Ottoman also I can watch and enjoy it. It's cool about this joker movie. Though can we talk about this real quick. I don't want to give too much shine to this because nick has why see. How do I say this like. I I WANNA give a shout out to white men who aren't mediocre like because it's so easy to mediocre why and Hollywood and get away with it. I WANNA give a shout out to the out there. Who really put in extra after work who really put into craft you know who put in the work and Duda themes because today the director of the new choker movie Todd Phillips of hangover over fame decided to come out and say that the reason why he was forced to do films like the joker is because no one appreciates comedy anymore anders. There's all these social justice warriors and you know they're mad about everything and you just hear saying anything funny is this the same dude or is another person on that team that said to the effect of. I don't understand why jokers again so much he about a white man with guns when John John was all about that well. That's the same guy career. Todd Phillips is straight up going to destroy the Johannesen School of media response because dismantling it just such a mouth like that's all you had to do like the people were talking about. You know all hosters movies to win Etcetera Etcetera. You really didn't have to say Shit because at the end of the day you're going to disagree with ninety nine percent of what anyone has to say about it on your side or otherwise so the best thing you could have done with just be quiet about it because like for example for people like my don't say people like me me myself. Personally I was and still am interested in seeing the movie you see the the problems behind the issues. I see the potential dangerousness of it. I was still interested in seeing what the hell were. They GonNa do with this. I mean at first when again when this first came out I was like hell no no hell no. We don't need this and then when it first trailer drop a few months back not this most recent one but if I was like okay this is interesting. I wonder where they're doing so even from a critical response response I I'm curious as to what's going on with this now to that point he made or what he thought was a point about the John Week versus him John Wick is literally movie about Sassoon's versus. ACETATE and joker is about a psychotic guy versus society. Hi It's easy who did not sign up for that. Shit who gives put upon by society and feels like this is his only rally put upon because my thing is if you people get mad wraps all the time stuff happens. Okay happens so no one's forcing you to put on clown makeup and then literally be a terrorist like there's I'm. That's the only time I stopped short of that society. Put on you like yet. You may have a a poor reception by society but you have a choice you being joker yes so so the the and all I gotta say is top films like I should've kept us Maushire because I was interested even though to me joker Lewisite Martin Scorsese's movies from the seventies B.'s Moody's said is based off attacks drive also to King of comedy which are is a Martin Scorsese film because Robert De Niro's territories even like an updated version of Khairpur here per from King of comedy taxi driver he was yes. He is detached yeah and so I've seen this stuff before. I'm a huge Martin Scorsese Fan Dan so I've seen this look you know all the cinema tiger free everything to colors everything about it. I've seen it before and of course as he has a champ but even with his new one Irishman I've seen this before so so for you was just kind of a it was cool but then dude kept opening his mouth in Nazran just becomes like Oh. Oh man like right now. I'm not interested anymore like I. I don't like your screening this week that I didn't get into the writers deal so I missed that one and he supposed to be really wanted to go. Oh yeah that shit our to set it off but you know I couldn't even get into that joint so now I'm like. I don't feel I pay for this film. So I'll wait. You know the technology's your friends I mean I'm not trying to say Ah hey speaking right now. Twitch DOT TV slash owners Stri because over there today I was on there for an hour or in chainsaw playing music rocking out it was beautiful on my instagram at Dj bet I mean as well on both joints had them both crackle lacking twitch dot TV slash. Four honors made sure on there. I finally started playing Zelda breadth of the wild took him. I'm fifty two years. Look over watch you know. I'm finally on her life. Tom I got my horse. You know you can only focus on one game at a time. No overwatch watched like did that. Just don't care about anything else like I am also kind of type. LA- last off track comment. Did you watch the WH- what what was the tournament that was about the fact that fucking eight so wild right but it was pretty cool. Yeah it's always good. I I noticed San Francisco Shock. I think to champion right. I Know San Francis- are there. I don't know who wants to San Francisco team won. I think it's the Shah okay. I'm sorry back on track. Yeah you know but I am not happy because I'll play overwatch and then I'll get some spiderman or got war. CNN enough speed to life out expansive game yeah. That's that's I mean Inaugu. Overwatch like I'll play Mario Kart or something you know here and there are you physically mentally and emotionally prepared pair to play breath of the wild because I don't know it literally will have you. WanNa be like one hundred percents going to take you know. I don't want to be one hundred story. I want would've store because so far he was gonna be. It's GonNa take you like a month emotional and stuff and so far. It's so ridiculously goofy when I say emotional. I don't mean in like Oh crying. Oh my God I I did. I find breath of the wild emotional in that way. I mean most of the fact that it's going to be consuming to me you as you like. You're playing and you're going to be really into the story like a lot of against well w two games you feel like you are the protagonists you feel like you're link and generally a mostly games you fill because so far. It's like you're talking to me and I'm like yeah showed up. He'll again and and why isn't it wise people telling you playing the game. Okay everybody in the game clam again and this has been and I'm like yeah whatever that's all feel that way in a little bit I did see you tweet that. She was so pretty so that you caught. A horse named it peanut butter. I caught a horse. They sent me man long because you probably have no guardian powers. You probably what Oh wow you have the bomb and time there's more automatic. That's I'm like I don't. I don't think because you're so early into like you're in your as much as you feel like. You've done and you've done. I know that even if you felt like you've done nothing. You've done less than nothing if you think you're at negative to you really negative one hundred right. That's how deep this game the motorbike 'cause I gotTA GET I. Hey we've ever get anywhere. I'm struggling on his voice. Fall off all the time. I started the game immediately offer. I wanted to game within two seconds. I'm meeting round live. I made that hard live the hill on the game world in immediately die. I wish I'd been streaming do then. I mean on your team. Oh my God no overwatch. I'm good you know anything goes to taste me minute but I'm getting used to it. I'm mercantilism rolling around. You know we you know we're. GonNa work it out. the ones again follow me follow US twitter dot TV slash four honored for doing a a lot of things on there pretty soon you'll be seeing videos like this on there as well still be lit for COMECON. Of course you know let yep and we're GonNa take a quick break Oregon. We'll be right back with more to show take is it's Allison Williams. I'm an actor and when I am not scaring people on screen I am hanging being.

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"wilding" Discussed on FanBros

FanBros

13:05 min | 2 years ago

"wilding" Discussed on FanBros

"The voice that urban keep the podcast distress get culture from the perspective of people of Color and as always in the captain's chair back in the spaceship is your boy. Dj That Are Mean Aka quantum leaps apex allows Charlie rowdiest BUZZ OTC one. That's the one I gave you. Give me the bless me with that. One meet Mill House here spaceship. NYC is upon us. He's GonNa Make Another Aka. Whatever I see you aw no yeah we'll get we'll get we'll figure it out and as you hear sitting across from me on video yes this baby Max. This is King Jones the granddaughter of Tech also known as Lambeau calories and chance the rapper to celebrate Jay Prints of All Saints Batum America and father stretch my bands nicer. I'm looking at this video right now and everyone I guess people. I don't know who's receded. I might be Patriots on Youtube. Patriot definitely be Patriots so people on Patriots are looking at this video. We now have video cameras stolen the shot. We got to fix that. It's week to realize I will address that video drake when they catch him like porn something it's his cup at the Best Ball Game Indiana the CAM. W fix thought we did too and I just realized we didn't oh well. You know this is how it goes. Growing pains growing pains paints false but as you see we have video beautiful smiles on camera everybody looking good and you know it's hearing the spaceship. Gani ready for New York or COMECON Lord have mercy. I do not think I'm ready. I shadow say everybody out there you. This weather has been crazy. I just drought over a major cold. I'm about to be super pissed. I'm struggling right now. I'm going to be super pissed because today it got to about seventy six. Tomorrow is going to be ninety the whole and then Thursday the first day of COMECON is going to be fifty eight. Hold that and then continue throughout the week. It's going to be like somewhere in his sixties so it was no warning. It's no transition is just like Bam. Have some full as you say. Hold it. That's a problem. I hope we'll be all are ready. 'CAUSE y'all got to be sick on top of con- crud. Please be careful. I will say the only thing in about the weather. Being this way is at his great players when you have all that gear and shit on it's better when it's more of a temporary feeling as opposed to ninety degrees 'cause I last weekend. Listener had a sweatshirt on cooking walking around on Saturday yeah she was hot. I mean last weekend. Oh Shit okay this weekend. You know I'm GonNa need my sweatshirt. All that stuff don't rain. I'm not really mad about it and also so like when you walking around the con-. We try to give you guys like basically an overview conner's like every year but it's mad walking around the facility is as John Norris if you've never been there before even if you have been there before sometimes just a lot to deal with but we are looking forward to it. Are we ready yes and no Nah. Are we ready mentally. Yes sure of experience physically debatable off highly emotionally no no I'm just a hundred percent disclosure out there once again folks. I had minor bit of surgery on my toenail toenail to remove an ingrown toenail if it was ever had this it's a horrible horrible pain and the surgery wasn't that bad Enron itself. You have to like go anesthesia the local two shots into the to- interest into the Tokyo tape that and then and you know. I couldn't feel after that for a minute but yes so. I'm going to have a problem because like I said I'm cold my. I messed up. These are the things we do free all out there. Are you going to wear a boot. What I go for your foot. Nah boots help cushion. I know and I you know so far. We'll see what happens. Maybe about Sunday Sunday. You might catch me in the boot or wheelchair. You know we'll see I'm gonNA take care of myself. You know I'm eating right getting in my hand sanitizer. Everything the concrete is not going to get me promise. The bubonic plague is upon us. We got so much subline of can we talk about someone to stop. I mean some of the stuff we've said before. We said in different terms but we're doing again. If you guys remember you've seen gene especially. If you follow as as you should be you seen the videos from last year's greatest in costs play this year is the second annual greatest day in causeway shoot which means if have you guys saw that beautiful video executive produced by Dj Ben mean directed by myself if you seem video you saw what we were about like we are focusing in China platform shining a light on causeway color of all backgrounds of all persuasions and and we WANNA make sure that they get shine. They don't normally get so that that video was really to to highlight. y'All and we're going to be doing it again again. It's going to be a cost high quality. It's going to be amazing like let. Let's just be real that the video was amazing. I mean there's two to hear how it's going to get to that. Hold on hold on. We're not done forget about young gamut on because there's seven it's more than just does not forgetting about this morning just to so that's the main video but then we also have our daily videos which is shot by the legendary deejay. Ben Are mean and the message. This morning was actually multiple video that come out that you can get a like like you get more individualized shine as well. I mentioned there was a really dope gambit. That was their salute to you so much love yeah so almost like I and that's the greatest thing saying I mean if a good and a bad thing because people CDs videos at different times sometimes different years and then they are like like. I don't even know that was even feasible. I even know y'all did that type of play so this is good exposure for a lot of people as well so yeah definitely we'll be doing that every day of New York Hong Kong Thursday Friday Saturday and and Sunday Sunday Sunday from two to five PM in the afternoon. The location will be this is always difficult to explain but if you're on the bottom basement level of the javits center and you walk out the right side doors so if so basically you're standing in the javits center on the lowest level level and you're facing the doors street basically your face racing eleventh have that and yeah okay facing that and hasn't been. I mean said you go out those right hand doors. We'll be right there and it's typically an area where a lot of cost Ostler's hang out like you guys know about that bridge. That's that bridge. Everyone sits under angrily reeks of cigarette smoke. If you just kept going through they kept going on and everything just killing pass that mess. That's what we're going to be in the right side. There's like these big stone polls. I don't know what they are. I reservoir like water reservoir word but there are three totems okay yes and they're the only obelisk yes obelisk very the only ones on site that I know of. We'll draw a map yeah right nightside. Grow up the right side doors as people going to be like wow was on the right and I ended up behind. The Directional of right is relative but like like I said we will be very specific leading up to it. We'll let you know we will also be hosting some panels making some appearances. It seems to me talk about that yet. I mean Mary hosting or I mean appearing. Whatever do you folks right. I'm hosting Matt on paper is unless you want me to destroy ships. Never Mind on paper says panelists debate. I mean is basically hosting the Pamela the fact that we're going to be hosting pam a panel or to make sure you look for him. I'm we'll of course we will announce the room and the name and all that other stuff once closer to that time and just for you guys to really understand this is not us waiting to the last minute and being fucked up. This is literally how Khemka works to this day. We have confirmations coming in from all the people we can interview and all the places we can go and all this stuff. COMECON is notorious for doing shit late ios super late so really like we make it a confirmation to do something a day before facts so email right now. Oh my God so you know we will announce them as soon as they firm up as soon as we can as quickly as we can that being said just please make sure you're following on us on all our socials. We're going to have social media coverage on site as well so that way you'll be able to be in the know when is happening. Just make sure you're following. US facts follow us. Dj I mean at Tatyana King at four all nerds on instagram and twitter. That's where everything will be announced if you're at COMECON if you're looking for us hit us on the DMZ or whatever that's the best way to get in touch with us hit us on the for all nerds account and you know we will definitely be doing meet ups all that different stuff all throughout the weekend. I'm always interested in meeting. Everybody who listened to the show fans ends in a show friends at the show all that stuff going to be doing all kinds of interviews with all kinds of people I mean who've lured some big some big a big it brand super superbeet brand announcements all things. I mean look I mean I don't even. I don't like an as his so it happens but I mean Thursday morning. We kick it off with somebody. I can't believe I can't believe we got. I can't believe it even yeah yeah that is so wild and be like learn. This is what happens when you have the Grand Duchess on eighteen fightbacks facts because fight me. I applaud for that one so yeah what else is going on other than COMECON con other than I know. There's several things drop this week some trailers including the stranger things for like a teaser more of a teaser and the actual trailer for the birds of prey movie featuring what is a Harley Quinn patient of one harley birds of prey and emancipation of one long asked. I Love I love. I Love Long Weird. Movie titles loved him joint so I I love a trailer. You need me to like I. I was just largely leaving it up to just wait until I get the material and I got the material and I'm it also. It doesn't hurt that I loved Margot Robie as Harley Quinn in the first fucking place so couple years back when they announced that she was going to have a film I was with it yeah and I saw some people making comparisons drew brees suicide squad trailers and the first one was so ill and it got progressively worse because it was like the People l'idee started reacting to different things and not sure what type of movie they wanted to make into for you know long run. That is a good question. Yes yes. Oh I love this. I I hope that the movie that's what I said on twitter that I hope the movie trailers always to quit shots to cinematography Lewis incredible but I want to see if they'll be able to maintain all of bright colors and that dopey cinematography we saw in a trailer throughout the whole film help so they had some really cool like feature spots. That's like I think she's doing a little bit of acrobatics like at the end of the day. Harley Quinn is a human but she still has some training behind her so it's cool to see that that they're. GonNa employ a lot a lot of that. really excited to see a lot of the other cast members as well. Yes I know I've hit ever get on the the attorney. Yes she's in it. That's a lot of people were talking about. All twitter. We're kind of disappointed that movie or even a trailer so far and all the marketing is focus on on Harley Quinn and not the rest of the birds by win and focus on holiday clint like let's. Let's be like practical. Yes why wouldn't it can no one. No one knows okay. Maybe for people who know the story and all these people are but generally speaking the mainstream public doesn't know who the rest of these people are going low Harley Quinn because of suicide squad other stuff and they know Margot Robbie is the headliner source I for something like this where it's predicated on known characters..

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"wilding" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"wilding" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"On one second leading Jomon and to a have you. The Broward County election official piddling. Anyway, he was on the cover of time magazine. And with with the question innocent when innocence project goes. And said, hey, we're going to get your DNA tested. The he's about to go to be executed. He said. Okay. Thanks. Thanks then. But and of course you know, after he's executed they're so excited about this. If you read the media county, there was no way this guy did it. They tested DNA. And yet, he's the one who richton murder to sister-in-law in any event. It's the same thing with the media accounts of what happened in central park ace, the central sleight of hand. That's, that's confusing to people is it, none of the five. I think convicted young men in the attack. None of their DNA was found on the jogger. The reason at the sleight of hand is DNA with a brand new science back, then cops wouldn't even be collecting for it in most jurisdictions. It's amazing that they only got two spots at one on her cervix one on her sock. It had only been admitted in court, a couple of any in the United States, a couple of years earlier, I think it was earlier that year was the first time. DNA evidence was ever used in a New York, court crimin- criminal purposes. I mean DNA this, it wasn't used for crimes before that. So how did police get get their men so to speak? They did it through traditional police methods. They arrested these Wilding going on that night throughout central park people being mugged attacked paralyzed brain damaged for life. The one thing they didn't even know their dinner rape. Some of the defendants when they're being driven to the pre things tell the cops. Yeah. Okay. But I didn't rape her the cop widening, they hadn't found the jobbers body yet of the thirty seven kids who were brought in from arrested and brought in for the Wilding only five of them were convicted for the rape of the job or why? Because those five all confessed, four of the five on videotape, all of them in the presence of a parent or other adult relative, and they gave details of the case that no one other than someone who was, there would know many of them led police to the scene of the crime, but one striking example won't go through all of it. One striking example, and you can look up. You can look up their interviews and the testimony. It's all available online now, one said, some guy named Rudy stole the joggers walkman. Well, no one knew that the job or even had a walkman until Matteis Rague radius can fit quote contest, many years later. Yeah he was one of the ones who got away. They knew that at the time, the both juries knew that there were other rapists, because they knew that were none of the five defendants DNA was on the job, or they knew there were other rapists. They knew that others got away that was sad in closing argument Matteis race was one of the ones who got away. He admitted whatever it was twenty years later. Yeah. I still joggers walkman. Also remember that none of the defendants, the cop, or anyone else knew whether the jogger going to emerge from her home and say these are the guys who did it. That's when they were gathering all these confessions in the presence of, of an adult and we're gonna take a break right here. I want you pick it up on the other side also wanna know what motivated him to confess and Coulter, we talking about the central park, five. Do not leave town. We will pick that up on the other side again all sorts of evidence suggesting that the central park five were in fact involved in the attack if not the right off the of the central park jogger this exoneration was was BS and Coltart, quite right about the Ken burns theories. It was his daughter, who argued that, that the five were railroaded, and Ken burns, somehow got convinced of it never mind. The police report the NYPD report that was commissioned in two thousand three New York Times headline January twenty eight thousand three boys guilt, likely in rate of jogger police panel says, we'll talk about that in just a few minutes. Triple eight nine seven one S. A G E. Triple eight nine seven one seven two four three. Here is what Jane said about relief factor. Definitely one year old active tennis player and I do have some pain. In different parts of my body like my knees. And sometimes I arm that it is a miracle that when I take relief that you're, I don't see all the pay. Yeah, I give it to my husband, too, and he seems to be getting good relief from it also and quite a few tennis players and golfers for that matter, who use relieffactor every single.

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Chris Stapleton, Ding Wilding And John Snow discussed on Z Morning Zoo

Z Morning Zoo

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Chris Stapleton, Ding Wilding And John Snow discussed on Z Morning Zoo

"If you watch every single second of game of thrones. Then you saw Chris Stapleton. That's right. He played a one of the turn white walkers while ding Wilding, turn white walkers. And they were it was like really quick brief shot of him on the ground as John snow attempts to charge the night king acre outside of winter ochre, his wife posted a photo of the clip and everything he was talking about how how it happened. He wanted to be in the game of thrones wanted to be in it, so bad. And he, you know, tweeted

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"wilding" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"wilding" Discussed on Katie Couric

"I wanted to ask you about central park five because you are now doing a scripted yes version of that story for netflix something that i covered i interviewed the victim of of of a rape and brutal beating in central park for which these kids were blamed and convicted and it's usually by president trump who took out a full page ad as i recall at the time saying that these people who were accused of the crime and later exonerated tell me why how that came about and why you're excited about this project i'm on fire for this project this is something that i heard about when i was a teenager those guys the same age as i am and i was on the east coast in los angeles they were in new york and harlem and i remember hearing it in tuning into it because they were my age they look like me they look like my friends and i remember because the news kept talking about this word wilding wilding and i was like what's wildly is it was so i call my cousin who lives in new york wilding that's right that's slaying like new york slaying they're like nah we don't know what it is right so even that term is so fascinating well it was a made up term by the media that was that was based on a on a slang term call while in out which is something totally different it's like i'm just gonna while out tonight and have fun and so it was just this whole distortion of black youth culture at the time that really just you know came into my head and never let go that when i saw a sarah burns is great.

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