35 Burst results for "Yoda"
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Dr. G and Mr. Reagan Discuss the Lead Actors in "The Karate Kid"
"Here, karate, same thing. Either you karate do, yes. Or karate do no. You can't do queso. Just like blip. Understand? And understand. Just like grape. Let's talk about these two actors. The lead in the supporting actor, a Pat Morita actually got an Academy Award nomination for this movie. A guy who'd been known, oh, I got to send you some of these images. We'll talk about these a little bit later, but talk about the double play. I actually think Ralph's performance is very solid. Talk to us about Ralph talk to us about pat. Oh, it's perfect casting, isn't it? Yeah. They said, oh, we need a genuine authentic Japanese actor to play this. Let's get an American born dude from California who was unhappy days. Yeah, that's perfect. Somehow this guy, I mean, this is all phony. His accent is phony, but he does such a great job. I mean, it's really masterful. And like I said, they picked the best guy for Daniel, really because he does have that touch of awkwardness that I think makes him very relatable. These days, they want to cast you as either like Asperger's level nerdy or they want to cast the hero as certainly better than anyone else ever in the history of the world. And it's probably going to be a black lesbian. But she's going to be amazing. So I've got a genius. But back in the 80s, they realized what the best person to play the lead in most movies is the average guy. Let's bring in somebody who's average. She's got a little bit of problems. But here was the magic about this that I don't think really people recognized at the time, but looking back, I think people have recognized a little bit more. I certainly did watching this time. This is actually a father and son movie. Of course. This is a movie because you think of it as like Obi-Wan Kenobi or even Yoda, right? There's obviously hints of that. When I was a kid, that's kind of how I viewed it. But looking back, I realize Daniel did not have a father.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Democrats Love to Play the Race Card
"Want you to hear from me that at this moment, people across Tennessee are not lynching black people, we're not riding around in Klan robes, burning crosses, we do not own slaves and there is currently no slave trading ships docked along the Mississippi River in Memphis Tennessee. I just want you to hear that from me. Because if you've been watching any of the media coverage about what's been happening at the Tennessee state capitol, you would actually believe that people are being enslaved in the state of Tennessee, and that is simply not true. Ladies and gentlemen, by now you know that one of the things that really sets me off is when people play the race card. I find that incredibly offensive. And the Democrats know that is the weakness of the Republican Party. When the Republicans are winning the argument, no matter what it is, you could be having a debate right now over whether Yoda is better than baby Yoda and if a Democrat stepped in and said, you're a racist, it ends the conversation. It ends the debate. And so the Democrats know that they can win any argument. It doesn't matter what the arguments about it could be about politics or could be about sports, it could be about entertainment. It really doesn't matter. The Democrats know that all they have to do is accuse you of being a racist and you're going to back off. You're going to back down. Well, I got news for you, folks. We're not backing down on this radio program.
"yoda" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"District attorneys or solicitor general for mental or physical incapacity, willful misconduct in office and or willful and persistent failure to carry out duties. Okay, so if what you're trying to do is actually provide some oversight on prosecutors like I'm down with that, right? And let's talk about the actual legal basis for that, right? The authority to do that is explicitly set out in the Georgia constitution. So in particular, article 6 that regards the judicial branch, section 8, paragraph two, it says any district attorney may be disciplined removed or involuntarily retired as provided by general law. So here's a general line and parts of this bill maybe wouldn't horse shaped parts from the view from the outside are pretty normal. Look, it seems basically unobjectionable to have a procedure to remove a prosecutor from office for mental or physical incapacity, interfering with the performance of his or her duties, which is or is likely to become permanent. Right fair or for conviction of a serious crime. Also fair, right? I'm good with it. In fact, there have been numerous efforts by the state legislature to enact those general laws. One of the things that has come up time and time again that is incorporated in a way in this spill is to establish a commission that would have both an investigative component and then an authority based component to structurally make these sorts of disciplinary and capacity determinations. The last one was HB 1214. That was introduced back in the summer of 2020, which you might recognize as the before times, right? As in before Republicans all lost their goddamn minds because Georgia voted for Joe Biden. Yeah. And also put a pin in that because something else happened in Georgia in 2020 that I have a feeling is going to become relevant in about 8 minutes time. Really? I don't know what you're talking about. I edit the script. All right, so look, it's clear exactly no one thinks this law is about the need to get rid of prosecutors who have been victim of crime. This is about Fulton county district attorney funny Willis and her investigation of Donald Trump and his interference in the 2020 election. Particularly since multiple Republican state legislators found themselves summoned before that special purpose grand jury is either witnesses or targets of the investigation thanks to their role in the fraudulent elector scheme. So yeah, it's probably not a coincidence that the dudes who suddenly decided that this was a legislative priority are the same ones who tried to steal the state's 16 electoral votes and give them to Donald Trump. In fact, state senator Bill cowser, a sponsor of the bill who just so happens to be governor Brian Kemp's brother in law, he basically confirmed it in exchange with DA Willis last week as the statute was being debated in the state Senate. She noted that her office had prioritized gang prosecutions, which it has, and that's not what we're reading in the paper you're prosecuting. Like, gosh, what are you reading in the paper? So as she later put it to The New York Times. I'm very curious. Maybe somebody wants to go ask him, what one case he's talking about because I have 20,000 cases in this office, but you don't need to ask, nobody needs to ask. We all know the score here. Yeah, and just in case you, you know, hadn't been paying attention. The language of this statute is not subtle. I'm going to read it in relevant part. This is slightly lengthy, so bear with me. The commission may not entertain a complaint unless the affidavits and any documents attached to the complaint show that it is plausible that the district attorney or solicitor general made or knowingly authorized the decision, the prosecutorial decision charging decision plea plea offers all of that sort of stuff. Anything they do in the office made that decision based on a undue bias or prejudice against the accused or in favor of persons with interest adverse to the accused. B, an undisclosed financial interest in the outcome of the prosecution, C, an undisclosed conflict of interest, D factors that are completely unrelated to the duties of prosecution, it does not say as determined by Republicans in the state legislature, but you know, bite. Or E, a stated policy written or otherwise which demonstrates that the district attorney or solicitor general categorically refuses to prosecute any offense or offenses of which he or she is required by law to prosecute. So yeah, this is a twofer. Yeah, it's great. So, okay, let's unpack it. A prosecutor failing to disclose a conflict or financial interest in a case. Would be a breach of legal ethics. I'm good with it. I'm good with it. And to be fair, funny Willis did get tagged in this case. She did get pulled off of subpoenaing one state legislator because she had, I believe, held a fundraiser for his political opponent. But that wasn't like that big a deal. She get pulled off the whole case and she certainly didn't get removed from office. Judge mcburney said, you can't subpoena that guy, somebody else has to, and she was like, okay, cool, my bad. But that last part, E, about a stated policy written or otherwise and categorically refusing to prosecute. We all know that's code for won't lock women up for seeking abortions and won't lock up doctors for providing for providing abortions. And that's horrible enough. But be for real. That's really not what we're here for today. They weren't rushing to pass this law about that. Although props Stefani Willis reporting out that prosecutorial discretion is, is pretty important when you're in a state which has laws against adultery still in the books, which she did out loud at this hearing and pointedly. I'm not going to I'm going to interrogate the backstory, but I'm thinking there is one. What's really concerning here, though, is this stuff about prosecutors quote undue bias or prejudice against the accused or in favor of persons with interest adverse to the accused and quote factors that are completely unrelated to the duties of prosecution. Yeah, and that was subsections a and D those are an open invitation to speculate on the prosecutor's subjective motivations in bringing any case, which totally are not relevant in any event and never have been anywhere in the country, right? He committed the crime or whether the prosecutor likes you or likes your political opponent should not be relevant. And you excellently foreshadowed this. We will talk about how unnecessary all this stuff is after the break. Okay, we're back. Before the ad break, we teased that, you know, straightforward seeming prohibitions on prosecutorial bias might be in fact unnecessary. And okay, I want to give voice to the competing argument for a second, right? You might be thinking, wait a minute, I would actually like to know if the prosecutor hates me, or you know, otherwise ought to be disqualified. And that's true, but look, George has pretty much survived so far to date with the same rules that are in place in basically every other state in the union. That begins with three separate rules from the Georgia rules of professional conduct, which again, these track the model rules. So they are binding on all lawyers in Georgia and to pretty much the rules binding on all lawyers everywhere. Right, and we've all gotten along without these extra statutes. So the Georgia rule of professional conduct 1.7 is the general conflict of interest rule. It says that a quote lawyer shall not represent or continue to represent a client if there is a significant risk that the lawyers own interests will materially and adversely affect a representation. The maximum penalty for a violation of this rule is disbarment. Okay, fine. Next, we have a Georgia we have Georgia rule of professional conduct 8.4 misconduct, quote it shall be a violation of the Georgia rules of professional conduct for a lawyer to engage in a professional conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation, the
Un Cuadro Me Mira
"yoda" Discussed on Un Cuadro Me Mira
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"yoda" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Because I didn't respect for you every night I pray for you because of you I like what I find my love no I love this thing makes me do this thing I don't lose my things might be but nobody can stop me from loving you I'm pleased with my love alone we deal everything is really really your love they make my heart to do Yoda nobody can love you the way I need it I'm with you I love love we do everything is weather with your love they make my heart do you really nobody can love you the way I ain't do it I'm with you my love you need your weight all the things they flow these onto the rest to see how I love you so girl I disrespected him no no you know you be depressing with him at me flow down don't see you at a blessing and that's why you are so interesting nobody's understanding when you eat all my beautiful girls I always make you good at saying I don't lose my face. But they can stop me from love your body I wish you my love love you everything's when I'm in your life you're making my heart to do your thing nobody can love you through me I need you I need you I love I love you I feel everything is better with your life it's my heart to do you really nobody can love you the way I do I'm with you I love you
Entrepreneur on FIRE
"yoda" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"We do it for our customers. And so on, but do we do it for ourselves? If we could channel that energy into getting better, watch out. We're going to we're all going to be so much better. The philosopher Yoda once said, there is no try only do. And that's what this is all about. You've got to do it. I said it before. This is hard work. But when you come out of the other end, let me tell you something. The world's a different place for me. When I walk in the morning, I now can see that there are at least a dozen different colors of green. Before I didn't see it, but now I can see it, because you know, I'm clear as a result of it. Next is routine, critical critical critical to develop a routine in a routine that you do every single day. I got up in the morning sometimes 5 sometimes 6 o'clock. I meditate for half an hour to 45 minutes. And once I am finished that meditation, I've got a sort of the part of the start of a good day, because meditation is really about being mindful and being present and looking at those things. You see the meditation is great for that negative internal narrative because it allows you to sit back and look at what you're dealing with. Why am I feeling this way? Because 9 times out of ten, it's unfounded. It's been so many times has it been said that 95% of worry is useless. Because none of that stuff's going to happen. When you're depressed, it's even worse, okay? So routine is important. So I do my meditation, and then I go from like 5 K run in the morning. And I spend that 5 K is about what's going on today. Like, for an example, this interview that you and I are doing, I did it this morning, by the way.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Sebastian Welcomes Captain Henry Hendrix (Ret.) to the Show
"End studio captain Henry J Jerry Hendricks, U.S. Navy retired. Welcome in studio. It's a pleasure to be here. Thank you for having me, doctor gorka. So we had a super fun discussion. I think we bought everybody around us because we got into the nitty Gritty of national defense, the navy personnel, very, very rapidly at this little soiree. Tell our audience, who you are, what's your background and what you have done in and out of uniform to serve this nation? Well, I joined the navy in 1988 out of an ROTC scholarship at Purdue. I served in the P three community doing maritime patrol and reconnaissance. I flew in Saudi Arabia during desert storm. I flew over Yugoslavia during the 1990s doing maritime surveillance over land doing ISR. And then 9 11 occurred. I was actually here in Washington, D.C. serving with the chief of naval operations staff when 9 11 occurred. I knew a number of shipmates who were killed in The Pentagon. My career sort of changed to strategy after that. So I went back and got a master's in diplomatic history, became a strategist largely worked for Andy Marshall in the office of net assessment. Yoda. Yes, and it's a great pleasure and honor to work for that man. Ended up working for the secretary of the navy as the director of his advisory panel and then finally, because no good deed goes unpunished, I served out my last three years as director of naval history since they figured out I had a PhD. And then I retired and I worked in a think tank as ahead of a defense program and now I work as a consultant and also with the sagamore institute of think tank in Indianapolis, Indiana. All right,
The Charlie Kirk Show
What Services Does Baden K-9 Provide?
"Josh, you could talk a little bit about some of the kind of services you guys provide, whether it be for special forces protection, or family home protection, that we have, right? And I could say that for all the death threats we get, it's a great deterrent. It really is. But anyway, just having the dog around has been so fulfilling for us, my wife and I, but it's been a challenge at times, not going to lie to reorient ourselves in our life. It's like, you know what? No, I can't just be flipping through email right now. I have to be focused on something bigger than myself. So talk just more about the services you guys provide and just kind of the training that you're able to offer. Okay, good, yeah. I think a lot of people see the relationships with the military and the veterans and they avoid or it detours them, thinking that we are a military service or emergency service provider only we're not. Our foundation of our company revolves around the family. And the family home protection program. The veterans and the emergency service law enforcement canines is a big part of our company. We do supply a small, unique capability with training and canine to a few military services and branches. But to be honest with you, the family home protection program allows us to be giving at the charitable level with the navy seal museum and other charities. So like Yoda was discussing the effect on the veteran, that effect goes right into the family home protection program as well.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Joshua Perry and "Yoda" Describe Baden K-9
"With me today are two amazing guys. Josh, from Baden, or Baden, canine. I got that right. And then we'll just call the friend of my left Yoda from the navy seal museum and also the canine project. I wanted this conversation for a while, Josh, I'll start with you. My new dog came from your farm, came from what you guys do, and I've just been so blown away and impressed and our audience knows all about mister Briggs now. And I just want to first just kind of for you to introduce yourself and tell our audience, what are you guys doing bad in? Hey, thanks, Charlie for having us. So my name is Joshua Perry. I come from Ben and canine. It's a Canadian facility that was founded by my family back in the 70s. Early 70s and we breed raising train Dutch uppers, German shepherds and Belgian malinois. Like Briggs, the Dutch shepherds are a unique dog and a good-looking dog. So that's who I am. How long have you been doing it? The company now was founded in 72. I've been doing it for 24 years. That's awesome. And so Yoda, you run the canine project, or you help run it, and also this museum tells about both. Okay, great. So the museum, the museum itself, the mission is to capture preserve and present the history of naval special warfare to the public. And then within that they have a charitable 501c3 organization known as trident host charities. And within trident host charities, they got four pillars on it, but one pillar is the K9 project. And that's an entity that really focuses on marrying up the right dogs with the right veterans who require the veteran who are required the dog and that also translates right into the veterans family. So really it's affecting both just both the veteran and the family itself. And that's it in a
AP News Radio
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade returns to pre-pandemic shape
"The Macy's thanksgiving day parade will return to the streets of New York again after it was a limited events last year because of the cover nineteen outbreak marches are a letter with the latest twenty eight floats fifteen giant balloons eight hundred clones ten marching bands and Santa Claus are scheduled for this year's Macy's parade on November twenty fifth new balloons this year include ada twist scientist could you an Eevee from Pokemon and baby Yoda a blues clues floats will include all three past and current hosts musicians appearing during the parade include Carrie Underwood rob Thomas Kelly Rowland Jimmy Allen and foreigner
The Side Quest Inn Podcast
"yoda" Discussed on The Side Quest Inn Podcast
"Your other legs starts turning. Pastel in color mel. Yoda's your arm. Your left arm turns pastel. You can still use it. Still functions fine. The clock looks and goes. Yeah about that bitch. You like that You want me to do it again. One of other like like twitching talking unstable man. I'll do a whole jr is thank you that what you wanted. Yes a goddamn fucking apology. Alright i'll ask the next time. Thank you gave walks away. Wait what are you going this way. Because i'm supposed to i think now did you can't go this way. Why doff limits. But that snake told me. I should what boss told you you should. Yeah he's the boss. Look dude. I'm gonna tell you something for fucking free man guy and i know things because back roy right and you're very helpful. Don't listen to the fucking snake man. It's a snake you get my drift. Well you're o'clock yeah. Everyone listens to clocks. You ever see a personal clock and go. That's not the right time. no they go shit. I'm late spiking of which are m. It's been a lovely chat. Have i going to try to move. No i'm going to cause a distraction. Okay to turn back time on him. He in swing fuckers dot looking to die. Is the painting today. Tell me why do you wanna fucking go across me. you know. we're supposed to talk to the moon guy over there. Yeah did he leaves. Hey time to take that guy so much as you climb through all of his hair and it smells amazing. It's silky smooth It's just amazing hair and you see the moon with the little wizard tap peaking over this clock. I'm gonna walk past in. But i'm not gonna try to talk to him. 'cause apparently not supposed to as you're walking past him you hear on supposed to talk to you talking to on just talking to the No one in particular. This.
Real Estate Disruptors
"yoda" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors
"Until i mean you can get to him or i can find a reliable second contractor contractors are it's like a roll of the dice so we're we're getting there but as a work in progress is having a good juiciest tough What is your wi. My why I think i touched on it earlier. But it's it's about living life on your terms and not letting your job or your occupation or your need for money to live dictate your life and that isn't an easy thing to unravel it's painful. It's scary. I think failure failures and interesting word. It's like an absolute term It's like a pass fail. You either did it or you didn't right instead When really failure. In my life. Every time i've had a failure it's just catapulted me into the next thing. The first time. I got a second job that i was i loved and i was traveling the world and then the next time when i felt like i had failure. It launched me into into this and so I think treating noses adversity or challenges. Those are words that you can overcome. There's hope Right you don't necessarily it's weird. I think it holds a lot of people back the failure word because it sounds so their terminal. There's no coming back ray. Yeah totally and it scares a lot of people from taking simple action steps right instead of using adversity or challenge. So i i really think if we just viewed Don't use that word as much or at least use it in a different context to where it's positive because because now one of our one of our company core values seek failure. Yeah because we know it's gonna it's gonna allow us to personally grow right. We're going to get better at what we do. I think that's awesome So you're y right more or less being able to do light. Live life on your terms. I look at that with other challenges. You had with your corporate world where your biggest source of frustration was that decisions are made for you right. So do you think is something that's been with you your whole life or this is something that happened after you graduate college after for sure. I was never. I didn't even know that you could do that honestly. I had no idea that you could even do that. So i thought i thought it was just a saving game. I thought it was as long as you can be frugal as possible and save enough money that you can retire early. I didn't know there was another route to do it in What is your biggest drug right now. i would say the hiring I think to one thing with the virtual assistance it's You know you have to hire three or four for every one or two that stick. So that's the time commitment for my lead manager now and the constant reinforcement positively. That is needed. We try to eliminate the word try from anything we do so just like master. Yoda says there's no try. There's just say we tried through limousine drive today. I i heard the i. I even have to catch doing it. That's ironic but in the words of master. Yoda there is no try only do not right so we eliminate that word and we want to and are committed to when we say that..
Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"yoda" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Very simple teachable. Give teachable spirit of teachable. Spirit is the spirit that wants to learn as willing to change and it has to be both wants to learn it in is willing to change see. Learning in itself is not gonna do it for you whole you know the the greatest capsules a gap between knowing and doing so so when a person is while. I'm learning something. Well that's nice. Of course i have is. Are you improve. An improvement is where the application comes in you you you can know something. That's still not do something you've got to flush it out and i think that you were teachable. Which meant that you are. Were you were willing to learn. And and wanting to learn and you're willing to change in boy when you put the combination of. I'm willing to willing to be teachable. Went into learn from you. Got something to teach me. That's going to help me but now is it going to help. I'm going. i'm going to help myself. I'm going to apply it to my life. Now you do that. Anyone can have a positive change in anybody grow from the stuff i give them but but you know i don't change anyone. I just give the environment to change in. You know you you. I gave you an environment to change your leadership. Good clay but you're the one made the decision to make change me and because you did you know look what it did for you but but many people they you know they come to hear me or they read a book and they said well. That was interesting man. I learned a lot but again they don't apply it that they're not gonna get any better. That's for sure. I probably oh you residual royalties for all the shameless ideas. I've stolen from you over the years chapter. I'll give you the address you said until chapter four your of your newest moving on there. I don't think we heard that part. So chapter four of your book you. Hey teachable there all right right right right in chapter four of your newest book leader shift. I feel like again. I could highlight the whole chapter but the chapters titled perks to price. Could you break down. What this chapter of your book is all about. yeah well it's very simply Teaches everything worthwhile is uphill as a phenomenal principle. I in fact when i teach It to an audience. I just raise one of my arms. And as you know i just i just hold it for a while and everything that you need to know about. Success in life is visually right before you right now so. The arm raised in the air. I let a let it sink in. Visually and i said everything worthwhile. It's up to. There's nothing in your life or by life klay. That's that's worthwhile that we slid to their there. There's never that we we did. We didn't we didn't slide down to something that was very special precious to us. We had to climb up to and You know that that means you have to have energy made you have to have that means you have to. It takes time they. there are no shortcuts to this And and by the way it's up all the way it's not a party there goes and so to go up hill. You have to be intentional ad and this is this is where it really really becomes huge. you know. No one's ever written a book on accidental achievements and That's the price that you pay you and want to tell people is it's not a it's not a price you pay once and after you pay it then you're on easy street the rest your life. No this is a price that you pay every day. It's up to all way and and and most people don't handle that most people They don't leave their life. They accept their life and because of that they're waiting. They're waiting for a better day and easier a moment and edessa come to them and they never reached their potential and not because they could they they pinch because they would and and what what i tell people all the time is price. The price is is the obstacle between you and your potential is so the question is not. What do you think i can reach my dream. I i'd say well. Yeah yeah i you can the questions. Can you cook quick wishes. Will you see the dream is free. But the journey isn't i. I could not agree with you more. You know to launch podcasts. We've spent ten thousand dollars a month on edwards for a long time to promote this. Have fourteen hundred. Some odd shows just grinding grinding. Work in my partner. People look at us now and say you know you guys bill. Thirteen multi million dollar companies. That's great but they don't realize the uphill battle that we had to fight the entire time and we have our listeners out there who she she's a fighter. She's a hard worker. And i promised her that i would ask you a question on the show. She's longtime reader of all of your books in really. She is huge fans. So john this is. This is a question from laurie. Kelly she she asks you. She says as a leader. There are always people needing you. How do you. Mr john maxwell organiz your day. You can accomplish the things you need to do as well as help what they need to do..
Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"yoda" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"I talk about eleven of those ships. That i have made in my years leadership and those aren't the only eleven either. They're probably thirty or forty. But it. But i i tell my journey and the eleven eleven i went through. I know this Anybody wants to lead. Well they're gonna have to go to those to those same ships and their life so I just had a blast laying it out and kind of basically just talking out of my experience of what i've learned and how the person how could really kind of adjustable and agile and and move quick and take advantage of this day that we live in john did kill. Devers still have these super long fingernails. It is okay curious. Just curious i wanted. I wanted to know that's something. I've always wondered so i'm just curious. If she decided to she's still figuring even post track career not for me. That'd be change for me. That's for sure. Because i mean. Cc super fascinating. Ovid would mess with her. Aerodynamic nece with the long fingernails. if you'd ever changing your does that. I could win a race with if i an eighty arkansas. You as a writer. What makes your book so fun to read. Is you put stories in there. You put quotes in there and there's a ton of research you put the stories you put the quotes you put the research and then there's actionable items. There's there's things you can do. It's not your gut sitting around going. Well this is fascinating. What do i do. It's very specific. What is your process. Look like for writing this book. The leader shift well process was purged. That boy i just went back into myself. First of all said okay. What shifts that. I make and started writing them down and and then that i always. I always stay inside long enough to say now. What personal stations do i have. And then what i always do. Is i start talking to my leadership credits. And i started talking to him about my idea and ask them what they say can bouncing off them and they began to add incredibly to my thinking and and you know there's no such thing as a great top coming from a single person. A great thought is a combination of several. Good thoughts and So i i just. I just really direct my questions in my relationship probably for up to a year while i'm getting ready to write the book even while of writing the book to other really successful leaders and i pulled from them and invert for them and they could be more added thoughts materials and ideas. But when it's all done. The thing that i think is so port clay for the reader of the book is is again. So what okay. Now that i understand these ships. I have to bake. How do i do that. How do i make these shifts and and you know there's no transformation without application it. So what i do is i in all of my books. I always have an application section. I'm basically you read the chapter so what. Let's let's let's talk about now. What are the three or four things we need to pull them out of that chapter ply door life so we can be successful area Whenever i whenever. I speak whenever i right. I always ask myself two questions. Clay what what do i want the reader to know. And what do i want the reader to do or if i was speaking to an audience. What do i want the audience to know what i wanted to do so clarity. As far as here's here's the lesson. Here's the teaching. Here's the here's the principal and then application okay now now that you know that. Here's what i want you to do and put the two together because pretty powerful joint probably Disagree with the parts of your book that highlighted. But i was highlighting a lot of them. So i'm just gonna read some of the ones that i highlighted and i'd like to have you break down because i probably missed the biggest nuggets with my dense mind. But this is what. I highlighted in the leaders. Shift you right one of the first and most important shifts anyone must make to become a leader is to move from a soloist. Conductor is from soloist conductor. You can be as successful person on your own but not a successful leader. Can you break down. What you mean by this time of socialist All about everything features spotlights on the orchestra behind me. Play my song ev. Everything is to lift me up and to i'm star. I'm the soloist. And one of the things that leaders do immediately clay is is. They realized that it is not about them. It's it's really about others and and And so a lotta people never make that shift because they wanted to be about them and So i think the i almost the first shift. Every leader has to face is Do i want it to be about me or do i want it to be about others if i wanted to be about me If i lied. It'll be a very small group if i wanna be about other than wow. It could become huge and i started. I started the book with that. Because i think that's tackling the first issue and And if i say. I'm going to be a conductor that i'm ready to go make some other ships in my life i'm going to be a solo since a whole different deal I love the statement That i use in my loss of teamwork book that says One is too small the number to achieve greatness and it really is it and If you go to climb mount everest you're gonna have to have people around you. You gotta have team. If you're gonna if you're just gonna take a hill out back behind your back yard probably put on your tennis shoes and climb the hill by yourself. But but the big stuff. You can't go by yourself and so the shift has to be made you know. Basically how big is my dream. How biggest my team at You know a a nightmare of a big dream and a bad team. Gosh it's a nightmare so you've got learn to be a conductor. Either gotta gotta you gotta began to Lead and Point two and feature the strengths of the orchestra. Not your strikes john. I don't expect you to have done. Exhaustive research on me like i did. I did kind of creeper level research on you. You know before interviewing you. But when i read your book the twenty one era feasible laws of leadership. I remember a company called. Dj connection dot com one of the first multi million dollar companies. I had ever started. It was the before i sold. It was the largest wedding entertainment company in the country. And i realized oh no everything is about me. I am definitely. It's all about me. I've got the law of the lid. I'm a soloist. Why do you feel like that. I was able to implement in have success when so many other people may be read a book in and then don't implement i mean why do you. Why do you feel disappointed. Because i know there's somebody out there who maybe read some of your books and it doesn't apply to speak into the lives of the people out there that have you know why are some people able to implement in some people. Not help us implement. I think anyone could implement. I don't think it's can. I apply to. Actually i think we'll i apply to my life Whenever i look at a person i always ask the question. You know people. Can they unwieldy you know. Can they has to do with. Ability will have to do has to do with attitude and and i you know anybody can apply it. It the reason it's you you learn from the book and applied that book to your life is.
Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"yoda" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"The opportunity to interview a legendary leadership ship expert and a multiple time new york times bestselling author who has sold over twenty million copies of his books throughout his career. Throughout john maxwell's career he served as senior pastor of multiple churches and he's been the keynote speaker of choice for the united states military academy at west point the national football league williams delta airlines microsoft and countless fortune five hundred companies. I i read john's book. The twenty one. Irrefutable laws of leadership on a seven day caribbean cruise in two thousand and three when my multimillion dollar company. Dj connection was imploding as a result of great marketing in great sales and poor leadership in management skills. John your book sincerely changed my life. Ladies and gentlemen. Let's welcome mr john maxwell onto the show. How are you sir. Oh i'm excited to be with you. Clay my gosh. I mean i with that intro. Why wouldn't i be excited. I think everybody's excited so good. Good to have some time with you and your lesson for sure. John i remember being on the cruise ship. It was a princess cruise line. I'm reading through the book. And as i'm flipping through the pages i'm going. Oh no everything that he's telling people to do. I'm not doing. And so i'd like to start with the wall of the lid. That was the one that i read a. Oh can you explain to the listeners. What the law of the lid is all about. Yeah i sure can't clay life changing all live basically says how well you lead determines how will you succeed and it. The best way i can is if from one to ten. I'm an average leader. I'm five within that. Five represents my lid and what that means is going to be a four three or two or one It's impossible for my organization to go above rise above lit. So whatever i am as a leader is going to contain what i'm leading and You know so but but if that's discourage you took person the encouraging part is that you can learn to lead. You can learn to grow asleep. You could be better so you could go from my if you're averaging five to six to seven to eight and every time everytime i raised my lid i raise the potential of my organization. Also add that law. Has that clear back. When i was twenty five. I became convinced that everything rises and falls on leadership that that you know if leaderships good Good things happen sleeves. Bad bad things happen. And and so that that law has been kind of my life stance and leadership for a lot of years. I just know it's to be a true law and so i love leadership. I love helping people learn deleted and in really helped. Doing this is lifting the lid for people and helping them go higher. So hopefully after you read the book on the cruise You got the lid. Lifted a little bit buddy. Well i highlighted pretty much. Every part of every page during the book i got back to tulsa. And i've got a lot of work to do and one of the things i did. I did deep dive into you because the laws you were teaching worse really really powerful. But i thought. But who is john maxwell. I think a lot of people know your name. But they don't know your background. And i certainly didn't at the time up to share with the listeners. A little bit about your background before becoming the bestselling author in leadership expert. That people now know us today. What were you doing before that. I was a pastor. I i'm not a log and And grew up in a leadership home but grew up at home or my father was a pastor and so When i graduated from college. I went to my first little church. And he'll have any end and had three people the first day in two more of a wife margaret bid. Away we i. Of course. I didn't know anything about leadership and But but i realized very quickly. I want to grow. That church is gonna have to build a lot about leadership and so I began to. I began to be consumed by it and read it and study it and practice it and did more than i did. Dive into leadership tomorrow realized that That was central so by the time i was twenty nine. I had the tenth largest church in america and People were coming to me and ask me how i did it and and really i. I did it by leadership principles and by the way everything i know Klay about leadership. Everything is on the bible every In fact when. I'm in a secular conference. I build some interactive cuna. Whatever it sometimes not often my fake will come up or whatever. And i'll just basically telling them you know everything i know about ship for the bible at an. I'll see this kind of this. You know disappointment. Look on their face. Now let me explain to you. Catch everything you know about. Leadership came out of the bible to and one. It's a huge exercise. I'll say okay. Give me your greatest leadership. Thought and i'll give you a biblical principle right off and It is oh my gosh. It's it's like magic because all they're saying well you made this has biblical roots. yes So i was a pastor and i started writing books to help pastors learn how to lead because at three degrees and never had a leadership course in any of my three studies degrees. So i thought i've gotta be. Somebody's got teachers..
Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"yoda" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"Or at least that he's under dean's car insurance. Just probably fake. Oh my goodness. But i was gonna have to get his deeds gonna leave the car and it's dark deeds dead on his twentieth birthday. It just made it so much. Worse is those. it's so sad. it's all right up. Rex did so sad. Is that nervous. Laugh like you would have. But you're laughing. I don't wanna cry. Get is okay. Marketing the final appearance of katie cassidy as the demon ruby. The episode was originally intended to feature in return feature. The return of samantha ferris as recurring character ellen. Harvey'll the writers initially intended that same with safety by giving into his demonic abilities but the two thousand seventeen thousand eight writers guild of america strike prevented the development of the story line throughout the season. Data's and said killed the final scene of him in hell was the most complicated shot the visual effects department has ever done. Wow it's crazy Tiny with that jensen ecoles described the shooting of the final scene of dean. Hell he said it was miserable. I spent about four hours in prosthetics because all the hooks in pieces through the risks in cuffs and everything. In once i was done i walked onstage in. They hooked me up cuffs around both wrists in both angles than just a belt harness around my waist. So i was wired up with five different wires. Five guys wrenched me up about thirteen feet in the air. I had so much fake blood all over me. The hardest slipped in the buckle was piercing into my hip. I'm hanging there all of my weight on this one bucko digging into my hip in hung there for what felt like ages and it got so bad that the tears rolling down my face and i was like let me down. You gotta let me down. It was tough but it turned out to be a really cool shot. Was it necessary their Thirteen feet you done it..
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"yoda" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"Like i'm with manila's lil picked me to take care of her. They posted on their social media. Pages will there's a way to find all the demons. The posting the instagram look at me with lilith classic lilith very much. Apparently lilith has sweet tooth for sam. I'm just kidding. Ooh she had a sweet tooth for sam and then she couldn't defeat. Sam until sam said not on my watch. I don't think so little is get out of here by just waves. His hands just like not today friend went that it'd been cool. He was just like she like flu against a wall. That'd be awesome. Well not yet. He's got a. I know he hasn't honed his i mean he thought he didn't even think. Well i guess maybe one of the reasons. He didn't think he wanted to join gene so he was just gonna kinda let her kill him Maybe the then you know shit happens. Some stuff goes down. You know there are some things that happen and finds out that he's immune to her bullshit. I guess wreckage take your s. lilith. Not today friend. So you brother in the like this blonde bitch Not now not now. She's just the husky human being and furthers currently puppy chow. So that's fucking cool. What does he do with dean. They bury him. Don't remember that part Yeah because Bobby i mean spoiler alert Opening of because. I work ahead. Because i have problems. Can't stop watching shit. Bobby wants to bury. Bobby wants to burn dean. The way the hunters die and says no and he buries dean with like a little cross. Casey could come back. I guess. Because i guess sam tries for a long time trying to find a way to bring him back so they wanted to keep his body but i mean his body just literally puppy chow shreds but yeah. So that's that's what they do at the is after he cries it out in stuff they take his body back and bury him after he cries it out after a good cry just cry. You need a good cry Anything else i know. I don't think i got anything else for this. Either i think that's it. I think it's offer this. I didn't i thought it was cutting a very anticlimactic for an end of the season. I mean obviously we knew dean from the beginning of the season was gonna die right like that was going to happen so i feel like it did everything it was supposed to do in doing. Which is kind of anticlimactic. Yeah i feel like this whole season Obviously because the writers strike and everything was just rushed not a lot of development. Yeah agreed but now that. That part's over. She gets to the fun parts. Now that's over for. Let's get to the fun stuff this is. Why put chapter markers in the in the recordings. Now it's totally bit time. It's.
Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"yoda" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"I feel like that's what gives the digital prom date vibe like as a matter of fact bobby sadie but you're wearing. That is kind of difficult you don't even have like a powder blue tucks ruffles on it like you're wearing their sweatshirt. We're just going to have to leave here but at it were ditching you. Yeah it's happening. As much as i would admit that this is the end of dean. It is really helpful. That he can see demons real phases. Yes but i also now because he can see them want to know what hell hounds. Look like will you. You'll find out later. But i want to know right so you wanted something from dean's point of view. Yes yeah instead. Of just his claw his close completely ripped off in blood. Squirting everywhere everywhere the squirts or a little comical to me at the end but just the way like ch- did you want something a little more realistic. I think i was just thinking that. Because i didn't want to be so upset that he was getting mauled by a held. A defined. something funny about it. 'cause all i'm thinking and i don't know why but all i can think of now because we don't know what hell hounds look like is that the hell hounds. Just look like the terror dogs from ghostbusters. Okay aka the gatekeeper and the key master. Yeah yeah. That's that's what i'm imagining. The hell hounds actually. Look like now. At this point. I i'll go with that. I was a little. It was a little weird when lilith in ruby's bodies switched up on sam his little book. Well because it might head. She was still like a six year old girl. Well well we get to see a different version of lilith next season right the next season. Yes we get to see it if version of lilith and she is not a little girl new. Yeah that was a little weird. But at the same time i felt like i don't know because i got questions for next season louis.
Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"yoda" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"That's half of what they didn't season to you. Think this'll be the huggy season. You would think as three hugs. That hurts my heart. I know that's my extra super till Indices it's those by the end of the season to better my favorite tidbits. Because it's stuff that i don't necessarily think about it makes me kind of reflect on the season. I know you were pulling stuff from like episode. Six talking about it was so happy i like. I made a note in my notes to mention what i mentioned once. Oh you going back. I yeah i was like i'm gonna fucking do at this time. I'm going to be prepared. I know you usually go. You know i mentioned this couple episodes ago last season that it was like no. I'm getting references. Oh yeah being professional. Because that's what the people want. That's what they come for. Oh i guess. I have to give you a plot. I was ready to talk about the episode. Something like we let them know what happened at the episode of for those that didn't watch and those that are just here for straight up slapstick entertainment. That's exactly what this is. We were together. I'd put a pie in your face. Mailed it okay. Can i hit you with the plot. Literally that literally hit you but okay with only thirty hours left until dean's contract ends bobby tracks lilith to new harmony. Indiana dean does not want to attack unprepared refuses to seek help from ruby due to hurt ambiguous nature sam nevertheless secretly summons her request her demon killing knife. Ruby claims. that sam's doormat doormat. Psychic abilities can easily kill iliffe. Who is it who's on quote unquote shore leave. It has her guard down. Sam considers the alternative but dean shows up in tricks. Ruby into a double strap. The brothers take her knife in leave. Despite dean's rebukes bobby insists that he go with them and points out dean loose nations with his demise approaching rapidly. Dean has begun piercing the veil allowing him to glimpse the true forms of demons..
Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"yoda" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"I like it but should be hit back on our podcast bullshit. I guess you know the thing that people came here to listen to did they though you're listening to us but they also come to listen to the things that's true so we are who at the end of season three. This was rated this rough episode. We did it or here. Yes which we're saying that this is the shortest series season. We did a guys we made it. I don't know how but we fucking did it. Normally we'd have like five or six episodes to get through. I know Yeah so we are now on season. Three episode sixteen the vital episode of season three no rest for the wicked and this came out and may fifteenth two thousand and eight and takes place in new harmony indiana. Ooh sounds like a nice little town anytime. I hear harm any. I just hearken back to buffy and harmony since this is the end of the season i have my end of the season like extra tidbits. Yes third cited so this is a new one. I don't think i've done before. Distance traveled throughout the season. Okay the total distance traveled in season. Three is at twelve thousand. Three hundred and forty five miles wjr Literally the road so far get. The average distance traveled per episode of season. Three is seven hundred. Seventy one point six miles. That's actually down from last season so they traveled less in season three. Wow well i mean we kind of kept going back or starting in the same spot in season three but we also short season. So does it take that into account. Oh i didn't even think about that. Even though we just mentioned that might be. why had they had five or six more episodes. They could have gone a lot. Farther hug avoca things that dean eight in season three not a lot actually surprised show him eating a lot on cameras dini camera so three burgers cake ice cream sausage taco pig in a poke multiple times in something that was called an identified that the tea or the counting the tea i don't know with the hair and it just oh maybe because human technically couldn't eat the her. Yeah i maybe. That's it you just identified unidentified bobby's hair now by the lake to get back to tiktok. There's a guy that caused plays bobby on tiktok. that's phenomenal. also. If you don't follow kim on tiktok oh my god you need to. You need to know my goodness. She's phenomenal. she's she's like everybody's mom and she's the funniest and the sweetest. And oh my gosh. If you don't follow kim rhodes onto cock. You have to every time she pops up just brings a smile to my face. Gosh it's so great. She's the best. Deans alcohol consumption. He had about six onscreen drinks. He might left one again. I feel again i feel. I feel like everything you've mentioned is prime like i'm gonna die. Laugh day stuff But i feel like he should have more. I feel like you should have more to. Maybe they were doing more trying to find ways not to let him die so there is less alcohol. I mean he everything he ate though it clogged arteries but these are on screen. Drink so i'm sure no. There is a lot of booze being had times. Dean says son of a bitch only eight. That's like a half a son of a bitch that is that's that's literally a son of a bitch half the season. Yeah they should get it. I thought they were more son of a bitches. Well think the christmas episode. He wasn't allowed to swear. Oh that's true or language..
Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast
"yoda" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast
"You know trying to make this connection and the idea that you know was anikin. Skywalker was the was the emperor trying to make anikin and luke dot forced ed to be able to move forward. I i can see where we're trying to create this thing. But i feel like we're trying to it it it's become kind of this forced thing ler shoehorned forci add thinking. They have this idea. They wanna get into this story. Yeah yep we we've created this thing now we have to use it as many times as possible now like you. You really don't you don't have to. You don't have to keep using things it's okay. It's all right right beating. Do you think that the reason they would be bringing in a four siad into the high republic story is to try to show that it wasn't out of place in the rise of skywalker and kind of reckoning. Some things that way. I think a little bit. It's kind of a this is a new fourth power. Got to use it more and got to explain this. Gin didn't just pop up because it was a great plot device I think it was more of a. I feel like it's i. Enjoy the forest power. It really connects with the force and everything that happens in high republic really is all about connections through the force milland lot of the jet. I of course won't spoil anything for you because you haven't read any and i think that it's a really great way to make it a personal connection between to force users of across multiple planets anything and so i enjoy because then you're going to have the first time calls and stuff like that first time and maybe maybe we will get a ben swallow in the comics is. Did you say swallow. Yes that version of his call I'm just. I'm excited for where can go. I loved all the fourth stuff and higher public and so adding more powers in that. We've already seen that wasn't expanded on very much. is exciting. Because of course. I don't know it's about so i'll always try to get more knowledge about it is a forced diet. Is that a new power or is it just a tight connection between to force users. It's a good question. I think it's more of a of a connection that just Like heightens their abilities and their powers like through together their connection to the forces Greater or something like that like the sum of their parts is greater than the whole. Yeah it's like an exponential growth strengthen. That's kind of how i see it and but if you think that is like is it possible that anyone could eventually become force naiad or is this something that only happens every once in three movies. That's a great question. I think know they are the star wars book by a Dan zehr from coffee with kanobi corroded with pablo hidalgo. And there's another guy. And i feel like a complete tool for not remembering his name but They talk about forest. I add in that because they were. You know you. Pablo dog hobie in from story group. He's he's part of the story You know trying to help. People graph that and the indication is it's a rare thing It isn't something. It's i think it's almost It's almost you know this this organic it just it. Just pops win. The fours needs a add the for fourth grade today exactly which basically means when a writer director needs a forest i add they throw in the force creates a diet all right so this one's going to be a lot of fun for salmon nate. Let me do this before before we dive into it..
Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast
"yoda" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast
"We broke that story on our podcast. yeah i think we did not really. We stole it from somebody else It's essentially a par it was. It's a partnership between to force wielders that make Both infinitely stronger Of course the four scwhab. Between ray and ben solo was the only thing possible or able to defeat darth cities It's been teased at city as might have been trying to create such a diet through anikin skywalker as well But now jet ipad of yoda in the high republic. I w star wars comic series. is connected with another force sensitive child on the planet being attacked by the ny hill and it looks like they have the same connection with that school. Yeah ricky would he be interesting. Have you checked out any of the high republic content i. I'm just starting to check out the hyraulic public stuff. I got kind of interested in the idea when they first announced it But i'm just starting to get into. It looks really good. it's it's something that's it's an interesting time period. You know that we haven't gotten to hear or see lot of so. I think it's it's a big ripe opportunity And once they've got enough content out there. I'm sure we'll start seeing movies in that era. We already know that The acolyte series on disney plus Is taking place at the very end of the republic era As far as anything else you know it's it's all up in the air As far as that goes we finished the light of the djeddai week or so ago It's basically the first chapter of the republic. That's the way you need to view that book so if you're expecting an easy resolution to the story like my wife who's not a star wars fan Listening to it in the drive with us when we were coming back from alabama. Got really mad at me because finish the story And that is that is a thing for a lot of she was like. I never quite ends. And it's always a bit of a cliffhanger. She yelled at me. So what did you think about the whole forest. I add in the rise skywalker their ricky i. It was. okay. I i am. Not a huge force. Diedd proponent i get what they were trying to go for. I understand it..
Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast
"yoda" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast
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Sony Introduces Two New "Crystal LED" Modular Direct View Display Systems
"But sony did announce it will start selling modular micro. Led displays as part of its crystal led line that can be used as digital movie sets the newly announced be series panels offer anti reflective coating and eighteen hundred minutes of brighton unspent support for high frame rates and three d. I know so any plans to release the panels in the summer. No pricing announced. Just get probably not gonna be all that cheap but still pretty cool displays like this have been used for series like the mandalorian for example. They offer an advantage over green screens because they provide their own light and their own cheating. So if you don't get a green reflection on an actors helmet then you don't have to digitally wipe it out later. You just get a reflection on whatever's in the digital screen itself so these are for companies that want to shoot video this is not gonna be sold to the general public it probably gonna be pretty pricey to But everybody who's you know raved over watching the behind. The scenes of the mandalorian at that display has been. We had a visual effects artist on our art week last year. Who was saying. I already asked me if they can do that well. She's going to get more request now because they can actually have another place to buy the hardware. it's going to be a pretty penny. There's obviously a lot of pretty pennies in the world. Then specifically people that want to not only recreate a that as a movie set but also as an experience part of what has made the mandalorian special is because the actors say and there's great dialogue. Look it up of of noted eccentric and season one cast member burner just going on and on about how amazing it was to shoot in a set that looked like this fantasy world like it allowed all the actors to get into their roles more so than just acting on a blue green screen and i would imagine that if you want to impress people that are going to have a similar experience or at least the desired abbas similar experience. Even if you're not shooting on it or maybe you're you're just taking pictures and videos for more casual experience. I think this is going to sell as far as the crazy screens that we see it. Cas which is normally just. You know a huge monitors. You're going to see it stadiums or something like that. This seems like a border of practical version and then putting that in enables it's actually a really smart and very very useful development in in cinematography in shooting just productions because allows very quick turnaround times. Their stuff you don't have to post like no post effects. You need to do like out of the green screen. There's a ton of other examples like that and you make mazing use of space. I mean the mandalorian shoots on three sets and they have these walls and allows them to get so much more. It's real shoot on location. Roger the baby yoda or can. Never perot grew okay. Sounds like a putty product. It's it's that israel that israel
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"Definitely stick around for the mandalorian post credits scene. After the season. Two finale by eliana document warning spoilers. For the mandalorian season two finale below disney announced a slew of new star wars shows during an investor. Call earlier this month. Including to directly tied to the mandalorian and asakusa series and a drama called rangers of the new republic. But the studio wasn't done plumbing the depths of the mandalorian ip at the season. Two finale of the hit disney plus show previewed yet another spin off series set for december. Twenty twenty one. The book of boba. The episode itself was jam packed with action. Mando gathered together a crew to save baby. Yoda now technically called grow goo but baby. Yoda sounds cuter from the villainous. Mov gideon boba fett created a diversion for the rest of the gang and then flew off into space. Mando then secured baby. Yoda and the dark. Saber by defeating moth gideon in battle but faced a dire challenge in the form of the dark troopers legal imperial droids then none other than luke skywalker arrived to save. Mando's posse and take on the child as his apprentice for story reasons. It's rather convenient. That boba fett wasn't around for luke's cameo considering that bobo once hunted down and tried to kill luke in his friends that would have made for an awkward reunion. But that's not the last we see of fat in a post credits scene. He and finnick infiltrate the lay job of the huts palace on tattoo wayne. New occupied by some of bogus old sycophants including bib fortuna. They kill nearly. Everyone led a slave escape and make themselves comfortable on. Job is thrown then book of boba flashes across the screen along with the december. Twenty twenty one premier date. The announcement comes just one day after original boba. Fett actor jeremy bullock died at the age of seventy five book of boba. Is the ninth star wars show now in the works at disney plus along with a third season of the mandalorian the rogue one prequel door a mandalorian spinoff titled rangers of the new republic. And obi wan show set between episodes three and four soka centered on jed eye us. Oh catano animated series the bad batch a show called the acolyte from the creator of netflix's russian doll and landau starring the cape loving crusader himself.
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"Herbert to jail and guide. A few plays later, Herbert himself plunged in from one yard out. End it. Chargers beat the Raiders and overtime 32 27. Another nice night for Herbert 314 Yards, two touchdown passes in that game winning touchdown plunge on the ST Marcus Marry Yoda made his Raiders debut. Replaced an injured car A Derek Carr, who left in the first quarter with the groin injury, Mariana ran for score through for another. But this was a crippling loss for the Raiders, who dropped to seven and
A Star Wars and Marvel bonanza
"The price hike. It seemed inevitable. I mean it's still cheaper than netflix and considerably cheaper than hvl. Max i would say if people ask me whether or not get disney plus i tend to say like star wars and marvel. Do you have kids at which point. It's definitely word this the sheer volume of content. I'd say it's ok. Okay no for sure. I mean for me. I've got i've got kids. So disney plaza lock. I think anyone who's got a family. This is this is our ramaz. Get a among the many different streaming options that we have nowadays Let's get into the shows. I know star wars near and dear to your heart. So let's let's go there first. They announced or talked about ten shows. Let's let's break out. What are some of the new shows that you're excited for low because of out vehicle order Talk about soka. I dawson brought the character life in live action for the first time in season. Two of the mandalorian and that that's a lot like a backdoor pilot for this show. It's just like suggested that she had her own adventures. going on. this was not a surprise. It is a delight though. It is an interesting we. I think we talked about this earlier. The you know the fact that not to get too deep spoiler as they chee. She was offered a role to mentor. Baby yoda no. You really need to go somewhere else. They felt like definitely had that back door pilot vibe to because like i'm sorry i'm off to other adventures. I've got my own thing. Got to deal with and allow that did seem like a setup for its own show. I'm actually late my own. Tv show salena catch trade this game and it gave a pretty clear idea of what she was up to not to get into splutters between between that and the rebels finale. From a few years ago we have a good idea what her objectives are for this show. Yeah we don't wanna get too deep into spoilers. Maybe we'll we'll devote a whole episode of that later on this year to speculate on what what that might be both water. Somebody other shows that that were announced. It was the next big one we knew this was coming for a long time but they talked about a little with last night and give us a sense that or confirmed that it was filming next march And that christian hated christiansen was returning as dark later. Very very exciting news. That one definitely took me by surprise. tactic territory hidden christmas activator. That's that's interesting. As opposed to advocate skywalker. Which would suggest that he appeared in flashbacks as anikin. But saying he's vader would suggest maybe that he'll appear in four seasons or something that is unclear. It's definitely it's intriguing. Another property was with a character. That's near to many star. Wars fans hearts landau gets his own show yet. These were ten on the ground because we don't know if it's going to be live action or a cgi animated series. I feel like donald glover should be involved. Because he was so well received solo so fingers crossed that he will be returning and then there are a long list of other ones kind of run through them really quickly because we unfortunately only have so much time on this podcast okay so there was the ropes quadrant movie directed by patty jenkins of wonder woman fang which is really exciting. That's super cool. That'd be a fighter pilots. There's the bat batch which will be a follow up to the clone wars at those cartridge orig- use there. There's adore which is about caffeine door from roquan. There's tyco tgi movie which we still don't know what that's about our coop concert raiders of the republic. Which is set around the time. Line of the mandalorian and could be about current june because she became a marshal of the new republic but again that remains unclear star wars visions which is automated shorts from abbey craters. That's really cool quite different the acolytes which obviously is that almost excited with the malls because that is set in the era of the high republic which is two hundred years before the phantom menace. And it's like about some sort of a dark site warrior and it could reveal stuff about the Era some different cool. So those a lot. I know being a super star wars fan. I want to get your opinion on this. Is this too much star wars. It certainly was too much reward announcement. I think parceled out over several years. It should be okay especially since the movies will be quite so frequent. Like i remember when it was only like six months between the last year and solo that felt overwhelming with tv. It's a little different as so you can kind of watch out. I'm at home in a more relaxed environment. it's a lot of star wars. There's no escaping that. Yeah yeah yeah i mean. Brian made a good point before we start recording that you know a lot of these might be one off shows ryden. Obi wan will probably be a one-off sled that that kind of makes sense that they'd wanna have this pipeline but it was a lot to digest all in really what was about thirty minutes a thirty minute presentation just for the star wars section. They're just kept pumping out one announcement after another rapid fire a lot but also i think that's partly a function of the fact that they're no conventions this year star wars celebration was
Were about to get a big glimpse into Disney Pluss future
"Has been having a huge year and the company is poised hold investor meeting on thursday. To preview with the service will look like in twenty twenty one so joe. what are you expecting. Yeah we're gonna get pretty much the the layout of where disney plus goes from here. That could mean a number of things but surely it's going to mean that we get a better sense of what programming is going to be coming to disney. Plus next year as well as how i think disney is going to kind of officialize the role that disney plus plays only in the pandemic in these extraordinary circumstances but even after the pandemic when Things have whenever that may be when things go back to semi normal the role that streaming generally is gonna play four disney's entire operation. Everything that it touches on. That's a good because it seems like over this last year that they've been making some moves to really position busy plus as the core It's really the future for this company. Yeah you know. That's one of the kind of question marks that we're going to be answering not weather streaming is important disney because they've said that they're going to realign television programming infrastructure around the idea that streaming is the primary focus Disney of course. Everyone knows it for movies in the marvel movies and stars and for parks but it also owns. Abc broadcast network of course disney channels espn. So we know that streaming is going to become the central programming tenant of how it approaches the content that it creates but we don't know is whether disney plus is going to be there numero uno primary focus considering that they also have espn plus and hulu as other streaming services in addition to streaming service india. And so i think this event has also been answered. The questions do do they continue to have three services that operate separately in the us. Do they wrap them all into one. And have you know a giant. Do they make it into more closely net bundles. we really don't know how they're going to be. Approaching streaming given that they have three services and have said that stream is going to be such a high priority. Going forward gotten and this year saw the launch of peacock discovery plus. Hbo max and of course the dearly departed qube. How did how does he plus or stand above this crowded field because for me seem like it was one of the clear winners this year. Nobody came close to disney. Plus i mean no. That's not only in this past year when there have been when there's been such a frequency of new services launching like even any services launch before disney plus no service has had as explosive a rollout as ni plus has and. There's a lot of reasons for that. And we can get into it but really at this point disney plus it at about one year since its launch it hits seventy three million subscribers. Now that's still a far cry away from netflix. Which is you know head and shoulders way ahead of everybody. At almost two hundred million subscribers will ride but the things to keep in mind our disney got to seventy three million in one ear and they also did it when other services that have been rolling out. Got to maybe eight million got to In the case of Be did so poorly that they shuttered could be shuttered in like six months. Seven months It's not it's not like you show up and watch a streaming service and you're guaranteed to just you know attract wasps and parades of people. It's really hard to do but disney has compared to anybody else that's launched a new streaming service. It's done leagues better than any anybody any other. That has come before. Normally i mean a lot of that has to do with the mandalorian. The buzzer baby. Yoda starwood a general marble is. It's other big franchises. And we've yet to see any real real program yet. We will come january one vision in terms of this investor event. We can we expect to see more out of one vision as well. Some of these other big mar marvel products coming down the pike. Yeah i mean. We don't know exactly what they're going to be showing but you can expect that we're going to get some something about one of which is coming up on january fifteenth. It's going to be released on disney. Plus i'm sure they're gonna want to show off footage from that to get people excited about it. We might have questions answered about when the other marvel original series. These are the movies like these are the shows like one division that are tightly-knit within the marvel cinematic universe the same actors that play characters in the movies are playing those characters on the series. And we still don't know when the falcon and winter soldier show is going to be coming. We don't want no win. The low key shows coming. There's a hawkeye show coming. And then there's a whole slate that goes even beyond that that we don't have any details on so in terms of just specifically marvel. I'm sure we're going to get a lot of updates on that. Were the other big story in streaming last week. Was when hbo max came out and dropped the bomb said all its warnermedia films in twenty one films like suicide squad in dune will drop on the service. Same day as theorist It's endemic related. So they're extraordinary circumstance surrounded. What do you think that means the industry. And how do you think dizzy I think that disney probably already had a game plan in place about what they're gonna do for their gigantic big budget. Tentpole movies next year The question is whether or not they adapt that plan based on the fact that a week before what that plan was going to be announced this thursday no matter what and the question is one week before that event when hbo and warner brothers announced that not only will they be releasing all their all their movies next year on streaming also gonna make it free with no extra cost on each hbo. Max so you don't have to pay for example with disney plus the structure. They kind of set out that they might do. Is there milan. Release when the live action. Updates and milan couldn't really be released in theaters in the traditional blockbuster style way They released it on disney plus the same day that it wasn't theaters but they charged an extra thirty dollar fee in order to stream it so it was available what's known as day that's win streaming home video and theatrical release are at the same time it was available day and date but you had to pay a lot more money to get it what disney has said. And what did you see. Yo- hinted is that they've learned a lot from that milan release and they expect to give us. Give everyone an update. On what what. They called premier access. What that's gonna look like going forward. Will that mean that. They'll continue to stick with this thirty dollars. Price point will that mean that they've they're going to release only their biggest biggest biggest movies with an extra fee. Or are they gonna follow suit from. Hbo and just say hey. We're not gonna make you charge a fee at all. We're going to put it on disney plus for everyone to watch as soon as available. We just don't know exactly those details. But i'm sure we're going to get some clarity about what expect with all these movies. That people are really missing. That three dollar from along was announced stirred up a controversy. A lot of the gut reaction was. Why am i paying three dollars on top of this attraction fee. But they've actually talked about this. Maybe you know more. But we got an indication. Powell moulana actually did that was actually a blueprint for success or Dollar seated scare people. This i mean this question. Touches on one of the frustrating elements about movies like milan or like a marvel movie going to streaming. And that's you know we. It's a black box in a way it's not entirely blackbox. But it's not like when a movie is in theaters. Those box office reports. You know you can't fudge You can't lie about them and he can't keep them secret either like it's just like out there. People know if a movie tanked or movie was a smash success because it's we have those metrics but when something goes straight to streaming we don't know we don't really know except for what disney has told us and i haven't told us anything specific about how in london they've general things that tech companies from the tech world. They'd like to say like we're very pleased with the response and delighted customers and blah blah blah blah blah. But that doesn't really tell us what their expectations were and whether or not milan exceeded expectations or failed to reach them. Not any native nice for for this thursday event if they're tuning or they're looking forward to seeing a flood of trailers or sneak peeks into these upcoming shows any advice for them or or warning. These things tend to be more investor. Focus at what. what are you expecting. Or what can these folks expect. Yeah it'll definitely be. It's an investor day and if passed is any precedent than it'll be a very long presentation. Maybe not as long as i don't know we're used to apple presentations with gone for like what feels like four years so it's going to be a long presentation but there will be designed for an audience of analysts investors and press And so it's not meant to be a consumer events that said even though there will be an emphasis on things like projections for Subscriber growth and like you know what is it are words that like normal people don't care about at all this is disney like show business is their business and they know how to impress people.
The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal
Baby Yoda Is Heading To The International Space Station And He's Got A Really Important Job To Do
"Aboard the space X dragon have now revealed to us the zero G indicator. And it looked like a little baby Oda. Yeah, Yep. Before astronauts have blasted off last night to the international space station brought a baby Yoda doll on board with them from the Disney plus series, The man DeLorean. It's the gravity indicator. So that means when baby Yoda floats in the air, the Esteban Astronauts know they have reached zero gravity. And have a
Socialization by Robots?
"Today. You're complaining about a very disturbing robot for children so this actually is i. I saw this On a commercial that came up on our streaming service. And i actually said to. My husband is an snl skip. Are we watching a saturday night. Live is this for real bad for a horror movie up like legitimately it was. It was so out there that i thought it was a skit because it started off with this young boy in a room. And he's sitting by himself at one of those little play tables first of all wire young boy who's like six or seven at a little tiny toddlers. Play table is beyond me but anyway So he's sitting there and he's doing something on his own. Obviously right those. I'm elise no other children around. Because he's in his bedroom or wherever he is and then both as parents come in and they walk over and hi how are you and what you're doing and the child is looking very to look very kind of lonely. You know anton and socially isolated and then they delicately delicately introduce this This table top robot that they they call moxie and it's like it's not like it doesn't look like a person it kind of looks like maybe like Yoda like it's kind of like this little creature without the ears but it's got like a body and then head and then like two cars that move and then it's got this the faces digital so the faces the screen and they start introducing this robot this child and the child in the robot. Start this interaction. This social interaction and the robot is asking the child these questions and there you know shaking hands and they're talking and so just to sum up this whole commercial this is being. This robot is kind of being touted as a revolution in child development. Because this robot is going to interact with your child is going to socialize with your child and is going to be. You know the thing that is going to help your child. socially and emotionally grow as a human being so to me that is disturbing on so many stories. So that's my my summary address the situation. And what are your thoughts after. You whitney oregon. Oh my gosh this is. This is what has come to this. What we're doing. Because i watch the video but i went to the website and looked at that thing and could they have made it any crappier. Honestly it's not even pleasing to look at it. Did you see the child. Did you scroll down and see the child. These children do not look happy. Children look like we will take your programming. Tell our parents thank you. There's something deeply not right here. Oh and it helps. Apparently the robot helps the children's self-regulate so if they're if they're like you know if there is stressed or their emotional than the robot will do Breathing exercises with them year. That's joe they're becoming emotionless. Autumn's do the will of the robot so circulation. Didn't this is so bizarre. It really is. This i mean is a solution to our social distancing of neal's a sweat people are are looking for because their kids aren't being socialize. I saw this on a commercial on tv. And then i was reading an article yesterday about. How moms are starting to worry about their young babies and toddlers who are not getting the socialization that We they would typically have because of our social distancing policies and procedures and in the article. It name this moxie as a solution to the socialization issues that we have right now. I'm thinking only this really like this is what it is now that were trying to find other ways to to get our kids to socialize.
The Trading Group Show
Google's Most-Searched Halloween Costumes of 2020
"And if you're wondering what costumes were expected to be big hits this year, Google's got you covered. Google's Molly Vandenberg says. They've pulled together the most searched Halloween costumes this year, and it appears retro costumes are hot. I really like to say that this is another example of everything old being new again. We're seeing Tober tie be a top trending costume. And so of course, that's the reboot of the karate kid a galaxy far, far away. Way is getting some attention to Amanda Lorient, another popular wine, which not only comes up in the top trending costume, but also in the top trending baby talk to because of court. Baby Yoda is still very much a popular top. And if you have young kids you might want to invest in a broom, which is themselves have appeared a couple of times in the list of trending costumes for kids. You have hopes Focus, But we also have Glinda and which in general with tech trends about like stone, ABC Nair's balance of
Travel with Rick Steves
"Instead of being paid to glorify the church and nobility like so much of Europe, the art in the low countries was paid for by the wealth of the Protestant merchant class are guides are Nico Febrile who lives near Bruges in West Flanders and Jodi angles door than she lives in Harlem North Holland? Nicole Yoda. Thanks for being here. Thank you. Thank you for having us. So from your perspective as a guide in the Netherlands ca you see that divide in the art world? Well, of course, it's a lot about the culture of country and like you said, our culture is all about brought stations and we had thorough formation and that are really created a big difference between some art in other countries in us. So we have very basic churches. They're all stripped down from older statues but also are monster pieces re rarely. See. Any Christian. Seems but we always have the Merchan's and because we had a Dutch republic very soon after. Yeah. So that is of you. If you see a bread of his biblical theme, it'll be from the Bible but it won't be from some Pope or something like that. Yes. If you think about you, you mentioned the reformation you have a huge church on the main square in Harlem that was a Catholic Church and it was completely painted all the pillars were painted and everything now when you go in yeah. Washed away whitewashed. Yes. Whitewashed. Yeah So a reformation came we had iconoclast where all the distance took it down and the art was little gone, and how do you recognize what the Protestants really brought into the churches was music and that is how they really lived up churches. So in Harlem, you have this giant organ. which more than five thousand pipes you can still go in and listen to it every Thursday In the summer periods. Then you have a concert for free you can visit and you can hear his Oregon play you can just. How old's organised, we've come so a ten year old Mozart played in this. So it's a it's a very different experience and it's very beautiful. So maybe four or five hundred years ago it was Catholic and then you have the reformation it becomes Protestant partisans come in there and they were kind of sort of kind of mean her. Very extreme. Throughout. All the statues they busted lot of the windows they painted everything white and they put up this amazing organ that goes it's his tallest building. It goes way to the top of those arches. Wild, it is wild and that's something that when you know the story behind, it makes a little more sense when you have a good information, know every Thursday there's a free concert Nico when you think about the Great Dutch painters who comes to mind. Of course, he think about people like don't finance house to meet. My personal is Yon Stein. Johnston because he has these scenes of just people having fun at home and it's sometimes a bit double if what he wants to say with paintings. inning. Is it the warning that you shouldn't be so? Joyful maybe in life. Or they're just fun to watch because there is there's a lot of folk way stem. Yeah. It's like I'm like don't be wasteful or if you gossip things bad things will happen or there's all these little little lessons about life but not really preaching from the Church nobody you could interpret it that way and people could hang it in their houses and say, this is what we shouldn't be doing. Right but I look at them as okay. They're having fun to me. It's a little intimate look at life for hundred years ago or whenever he owns Dean was painting, but that's a good name to. Note Yawn Seen S. T. E. N. S. these when I go to a gallery in the Netherlands I, see a lot of small paintings by a lot of people whose names I don't know rather than a few big paintings by people who are superstars and highly paid, and you got to think it's a different sort of clientele. If you're painting a King or some bishop, you can paint something big and really expensive. But in the Netherlands when they got rid of the king and they got rid of the pope, they got to have the open market business people for their clientele and it needs to be affordable. So you have small appreciate art. Or. Not Actually N- definitely. But like you said it would be anonymous or from the same workshop or around that's what you would read. You see the values of the day there I, mean, above the dining room table, you might have a still life. Yes. Still lifes is not a personal favourite, but that's something that you will find a lot. Would you see in still life because of fruits, baskets, fish 'cause it's the Netherlands. So they would have a love of fish in there as well. Easy to catch
Casefile True Crime
The James Craig Anderson Case
"In the early hours, of Sunday, June twenty, six, two, thousand eleven, James Anderson who went by his middle name of Craig found himself in a predicament. He had locked his case inside his car. It was a setback the happy go lucky forty, seven year old African American man wasn't prepared for. Chri had gone out alone the previous evening as he's husband of Eighteen Years James was rusted onto work and not shift over the weekend. Our Zolia James had phoned craig to remind him to stop packing for their upcoming trip to Chicago in celebration of Craig's forty eighth birthday in five days tone. Deaf Cole ended with the men telling one another I love you. Craig's orange, Chevy Avalanche was parked in a lot of the Metro win a budget hotel in his home city of Jackson, Mississippi. Located near the intersection of highway eighty in the city's west, the lot was relatively small with round two dozen angled parking spots split into two near Avon rose. A Wendy's fast food restaurant was located on its northern Boorda with winding on and off ramps for the interstate twenty highway to the south. The law was partially framed with small tree line nature strips and access to the aced via frontiers road and to the West from the busy thoroughfare Avella Avenue. Shortly after full forty-five Im as Craig assess these options a what Jeb Cherokee v carrying four occupants and to the parking lot. Too, young occasion man got out of the vehicle and approached Craig who explained his dilemma. He asked the pair. If they had a coat hanger, he could use to try Jimmy the lock in his car door. The men moved back and forth dead Jay and Craig's CAA engaging Craig in conversation while seemingly looking for an autumn that could be of assistance. Fifteen minutes light up a dock green Ford F to fifty pickup truck carrying three occupants drove into the COP hawk before leaving via the LS avenue exit. The two men who were hoping crag go back into the Jape and followed the food. Moments light off by vehicles returned and stopped in close vicinity to wear Craig was waiting by his car. The two men who had assisted cry go Gola emerged from that Jape and joined by the driver of the Ford a young what Glum head blue eyed. He called cry a racist slur and yoed. Get away from white truck. Suddenly one of the men from the Jape punched Craig in the face knocking him to the ground. The driver of the Ford then straddled Craig and proceeded to hit him repeatedly around the head while casting and shouting racial abuse. The remaining passengers of the group's two vehicles watched on as the assailants spent the next three and a half minutes bathing. Craig. Afterwards. He stalled crags mobile phone wallet and Wedding Ring Before Jumping back into the driver's sade of the Ford. As the JAPE. Drive away one of its passengers Yoda. What Pale? In response, the driver of the Ford raised his fist in the air and yelled back. What. Pale.
The Thinking Atheist
The Brainwashing of my Dad (with documentary filmmaker Jen Senko)
"My mother thinks that rush limbaugh. Yoda you know what? Saying? She's always saying well, rush limbaugh says. Our rush had a great monologue. It was just on point. Oh it's he so tuned into the Culture Rush Limbaugh g listen to rush limbaugh the other day and of course I know I don't listen to rush limbaugh. I did fifteen years ago. You know I was a Ditto head actually read for you a chapter about right wing radio on the broadcast I read it out of my book couple of weeks ago. But I wanted to come back to this because I feel like it's Really been on my mind and it's hugely relevant in today's culture. We've got a whole group this graphic of these pulpit pounding Bible Banging, rush, limbaugh right, Wing Radio Listening Evangelical 's right the Christian Nationalists and they're screaming the name of God is they use their religion just to be Shitty to other people. May I've noticed that about a lot of these guys limbaugh Michael Savage, etc. they're just nasty people. They are always being cruel to other people there pushing buttons because they can. They're stoking the fires of outrage and they sit back and bask in the ratings and the advertising dollars and. All the way to the bank. There's this I think it's a myth that rush limbaugh is himself a Christian. I. Know He likes to speak the language of Christianity. I'm not convinced the Guy Cares at all about the Bible or religion of any kind and back I'd love to sit them down and give him like a sixty second Bible quiz just to see how much he really in fact I'd like to sit most the evangelical 's in power. Donald. Trump I'd like to give him a Bible quiz. Let's just sit down and let me quiz you for a couple minutes. Betsy Devos loved to talk to her Ben Carson Rick, Perry all these people in government are banging their. Bibles I would love to sit them down and asked him basic questions about their faith. But that's a whole other conversation. Today's conversation is with the director and producer of a film called the brainwashing of my dad, an ambassador father who SORTA got sucked in to this rush limbaugh right-wing Radio Christian, nation, kind of narrative focusing at the very least and narrative that sort of others, non-christians, sort of sets them off in their own little box while the moral righteous people are sitting over here. Now, the film itself is not new. It's been out for a few years but I referenced it in my book and I just it's been on my mind because. There is so much of this going on and right-wing radio. I don't think it's ever been more popular. There's video of this conversation. I am going to play some clips from the documentary during the broadcast. These clips add a few extra layers. So you can kind of hear the angle that she's taking Gen Sankoh Director of the documentary film, The brainwashing of my dad. So glad you're here. Hi Seth, it's nice to be here. Give me like a resume real fast the types of work that you've done before the brainwashing my dad. Sure. Will I started out as an artist and a painter? But then I felt like I wanted to reach a wider audience and I just started making films but they were always sociopolitical. The Sue. The first one was roadmap warrior women about really independent women that I met out west and then the second was was. co-director with fury derosa the vanishing city. About the lecture vacation of New York City. But also how it's happening throughout the world and cities coming less affordable and right now I'm writing a book. Also called the brainwashing of my dad. Got Picked up by source books so I can always tell you more. Fun, I mean. Let's go back to your dad. You didn't grow walk in this sort of right wing I mean I know limbaugh started back in the eighties but I mean, you didn't come from that sort of hardcore conservatism. nope. Not at all my parents were what I guess. I would describe as very liberal, very open minded. They were Kennedy Democrats and they were also like FDR Democrats they came from the depression. So FDR them was a hero who pull them out of the depression they most remembered hoover and felt like he didn't do anything but they were really enthusiastic about. And I think they were quite devastated. When he was assassinated. But yeah, they were they were I would actually list describe them as hippies before hippies same. We're very open minded My Dad especially loved talking all different kinds of people very non judgmental. As you probably saw the film, you know one time in this is in the sixties. We came out and port. Authority. We're visiting New York. For the day and there was a a black homeless man and she US Monday for some money my dad called him Sir had a conversation with them. And gave them like a couple of coins or two, but you know so they kind of thing made an impression on me that. You know accept all people and jobs. You know he wasn't for they were judgmental national change later.
Milt Shirleson shares his Navajo experience
"My name is Milton Shirl Susan. And I'm from Tallahassee and my plan is A. SICARDI. Shegal. Senate Bill Pushes Gene August she does she Changed cavendish another. Without an inch. Two hundred. Yards. Lee. As my early remember one back. Grew up in. Church route. And that the standing rock when nudges located? A see these people walking around on my. Father's side of family. Lira. Found out that they were lot of alcohol. Substance, abuse their family. went on mom try to find a place where that She could raise two boys. Myself and my little baby brother. She didn't have very much. So we travel a lot dismissed community. One day that you know that we just couldn't find. Mom couldn't find. A, city job stability. She took us back to GRANDPA that he remarried. In a way you have a family over by Triska scream out by the. Way Back over there. And the parents of the minute, step? Grandma guess. There were there they have lifestyle. And that the from day one begin to hurt sheet. and. They kind of adopted me as a grandson. Of course, just a kid just came on scene and. To Care Life Stop Sheep and goats. They're on, went to a boarding school. Then after boarding school was out. To. Elementary. Down to up to a high school. which. I. Went Down to Phoenix the first time I went to a big city. Lot of native Americans and a lot of different nationality or different tribes. There were going to school there. Were finished high school. From there that I went to a special training done Dallas Texas. From their. Energy. Military service spent several years there. Then, it came back and. I was already begun to use alcohol quite a bit. Anton went on new just increase and later on. A came to the level. Rodeo. and not necessarily as a was sober mind minded with a lot of my friends and drinking pardons. And Smith Show years in there. I'm a lot of friends. Alone. They're lying on those years I met my wife. As I've been raised in a very traditional family to teachings grown to be medicine man, and also later on the new moon was Yoda. American church hours or Dane and that movement. My wife was pretty much on the other side of it where traditional ways. Yes. But the same way to that was raised by her immediate family in the sense in our sisters was mom and dad was pretty much using a lot of substance abuse. So she kind of was raised in a very independent. She didn't. She doesn't really know about the traditional ways of teaching, but I was groomed pretty much into that. So when he came together. Through a dangerous Rodeo this how That we came together. But we got to know each other and she stuck around. I. Soda Job Medifast I would say that was given the job. A job that with a big corporation IBM. Then spent twenty years with the company. But one thing that I want to stress his about my mom, my relationship with my father. When I was a kid that you know, Lilla one that Probably about four five years old. Every time when he comes home, he always comes home drunk. He always said my number one son. He would play with me. Always being rough with me to be a man. And always makes me cry. A remember that. Whenever he comes home and on close to home it. Oh, my aunties Manco used to hide me different hiding places. And by the time when I was about probably about four or five years old. My Dad chose alcohol over. Over my brother. Ni- he left us a never came back. All, these years growing up. Just kinda strange. As. I said, know went to a new family GRANDPA family and what to boarding school. And that the. Holidays. Kiss been picked fathers or their. Grandmother grandparents. And there was nobody. A see that water school for about nine months. Nobody will come pick me up. And that the grandparents raised me The very, very, very strict. There was hardly any love was mention. Saw Yearn for that. For that word that relationship never had that. And finally that I want to run away. With treated very harsh. When a runaway but to. I known anybody besides my mother there and that the this new family. So I was lucky prisoner, you might say this family here. For Years Pass. I find. Realize that you know they really know how to express. Love. Verbally in their actions. What of my life of unrealized. Love Me. BELIEVE THAT'S A. Beginnings since I was a kid that. Never. Felt that love. So one with with a body will come up to me son grandson. Really hold me. Never had that experience on Lonzo? There's all this. ANGER BUILD UP What's wrong with me am I Look. In like stupid innocence or not good looking or wherever it is nobody went close to me. Just thinking back on how many other native youth had go through this. Relationship Among the native brothers and sisters, my family's. been. Express. Openly. Son Daughter. Grandkids. We love you so much.