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"zaza" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"zaza" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

"Three is of new taha looking for every louis arrives and they're like they get patted daniels in the background. Like what when do i start zero. What is my cue dragged adder. Really oh my gosh okay. Wow well today. I learned that there are the muppets already up. It's make everything better. Yes really do sorry. Test my sister. You're wrong you're wrong about the mopeds. I don't know what to tell you. Sorry test of the title of the episode bonus episode. Sorry to on that note we will cut to our prerecorded out. I think thank you kristen so much for coming on the show and for sharing your absolutely brilliant. Muppets as you like it cast with us. Thank you much for having me. Sorry i interrupted. You know it was just continuing to thank you. No thank you very much. This is so fun. And i love hearing both of your casts so very great hanging out with both on a lovely sunday afternoon evening. Nice hanging out with you. Choose you've been listening to not another shakespeare podcast. And this is our prerecorded out tro. If you like this episode please review. 'em subscribe if you hated this episode may share it with a nemesis. You can follow us on social media at an shacks podcast or check out our website. An eight shakespeare podcast dot com for listening and see the next time on further..

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"zaza" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

03:53 min | 6 months ago

"zaza" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

"Picturing them in a trailer together just working really hard and really. Daniel was just really happy that one of them up. It seemed to be taking his part as seriously as him. Yeah yeah maybe daniel and beaker handed onset on dialect work. Yeah i mean it could come between bunsen and beaker even yet who are in a relationship. I've decided this this is canon. Now yes this is what splits them up. I guess what they're getting into this very beakers running off to live in a scottish hamlet for the rest of their lives. Beautiful doesn't it well. That's the play. That's the real story. Yeah i love this very good guys. Well any I guess this is where we we give. Summary thoughts final final feelings about our mumma casts. K yeah i mean i think daniel day-lewis kind of is the best cast of the of the day really. I agree even a muppet. I entirely forgotten about the human character. And while i liked the idea of swift from gas and the little tiny easter egg of address. Elva from gats I i do admit. The is more well-thought-out. I believe that was. The seed of james is whole cast. He he was like. I need someone really serious to play macbeth. Yeah once once daniel day lewis was in place you know the rest of it cast itself. Didn't it genuinely. Do you think that if disney asked daniel day lewis to be in a muppet movie. Do you think that there's any world where he would say. Yes oh i can't like this is a true but this is also the guy who like would not talk to sally fields. When she got to the lincoln set because he was so deep in character he literally would not speak to her. I also think he's like he famously. He's famously Discerning of parts. He chooses right. I i don't i'm not like the biggest frown but the little i know about seems to be that he. He doesn't do a lot but when he does he goes like three million percent in. Yeah which you'd have to do if you're going to spend years like learning how to so for phantom threat or whatever like you would have to be selective because you're taking on like such an endeavor. Yeah he really like spends a lot of time. Becoming the character does name. Yeah which makes me wonder why he did nine because that movie was terrible but i if anyone could mean just tell. It's not very wonder at what point you'd have to reveal that it was a muppet movie like. Could you get to the point. Where he's i think you could. Because he'd be so method you'd be like we want you to do the method thing so we're not going to tell you hear your cast is because we want you to come in and just know that it's lady Or that it's you know numb get. We don't want you to prepare by knowing who you're working with. It's very do you guys. Do you guys know the movie bo. Finger finger bow fingered. I love it so much. And there's this part where he makes up nora have you seen it. I haven't seen it so the premise is..

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"zaza" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

04:23 min | 6 months ago

"zaza" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

"I'm not second guessing it now. A cast is locked in. And i have fuzzy bear as laureus. Who's the guy that kidnapped the babies. Sure i think like it's one of those things like on the service. I'm not sure it makes sense. But it's also think fosse would feel a real sense of betrayal if he felt that like he had served the king really faithfully and then the king was like thinking that he was a traitor Which is what happens in the play. So i felt like okay fawzy and i also feel like fuzzy would be a great dad. Yeah who doesn't want to be raised by fauzi bear i can i can see that. James's skeptical skeptical. I don't think he could successfully like do a lot of grown up things. Maybe where. I'm not sure your fair but i feel like if you're gonna if you're gonna kill babies and live in a cave who better than a bear. Hey you that's right. That should be a t-shirt kidnap babies and living in cave. You better be better. Who better than a bear better than a bear. Who better and the as the brothers i have cast. That immortal duo robin and scooter. Yeah robin's the little frog right. Yes kermit's nephew i think. Yeah yeah which again probably should've just made kermit cymbeline no reno. I'm in the camp of resist the urge to put kermit piggy as like the two biggest parts or whatever again. I don't know this play to while or well at all but I it's a weird one. Honestly i just remember very entertaining lectures about it in university and grab chris matuzek. Yeah yeah there was. I think that's exactly what i'm thinking of. I think it must be 'cause that's the first time i read. It was in his class. And i remember thinking how did i not know about this place is. This is so much cooler than most of shakespeare. yeah for listeners. Who are not aware Kristen i went to university together in toronto. Which is where we met. So that's that's why we were both cymbeline by the same person right so i have a one. Last role to cast a night is the role of jupiter. Who descends on an eagle. Yes this is he who arrives mostly because there are ghosts being whiny i haven't cast the ghosts. Maybe i should have but anyway I thought wins the penguins. Yes the penguin orchestra the ghosts. So thank you james. Good one so. Jupiter shows up because the ghosts are being whiny and asking for his help and they won't shut up and he descends on eagle. So obviously sam. The eagle has a secondary cameo as the eagle. Sure i feel like you have to. But jupiter king of the gods is played by king of the muppets in my opinion. obviously sweetjames. yeah yeah also. Because he's got the booming voice of god. You know you need you. Need jupiter to have a big voice in sweden's has a big voice not curve it now. He just comes down. Specs wisdom beaker delivering a prophecy. That's funny so did you forgive me if i missed it did you do. Human part did imaging that was old. Jesse may lee old right. That's right. I'm sorry that's okay i know i. Apparently she's more niche than i thought. I thought she's on a netflix show. Everyone's gonna though her. I've seen the trailer scene dealer and i like her hair. See james. that's all you need. Yeah good her permission. I mean that is ninety percent of the appeal of ben. Barnes not going.

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"zaza" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

02:33 min | 6 months ago

"zaza" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

"Shakespeare and you kind of new to know right. It's like it's like the people who live in fingering ho. They have to know how the name of their towns zones yet last night watching. It was just daniel and trying to come up with as many puns on the title as you as possible as you liked it. I disliked it or as i like it out. I don't. I don't don't know really bad as you puns. The entire night through amazing. I can see james doing that. In fact i'm sure he has. I think i just went straight to ask you like it. That's how lazy we definitely hadn't asked you. Show is the first one or like ask with the capital. A and then colin asked colon. You like it didn't want to be in sure we do. I know what i said. Everything i do is deliberate here. That was a well crafted joke. Well there you go to come up with. I really glad that you got into it. And i genuinely think camilla as rosalind is a is a stroke of genius thank you. That was my favorite part. I have to say because gonzo and camilla are really. They're like the they're the real muppets. Power couple to me. Like i get bored. Kermit piggy get bored of bunsen and beaker couple. I you can't tell me they're not telling me sounded love. They have that energy. They're always together long hours at the lab. Come on Happens but yeah. I'm really more about camillon gonzo. I'm fascinated and i think every reveal makes him love her even more. Yes and actually i love reseau as oliver because he does have that kind of dirtbags. I'd yeah that plays really well into that character. Yeah well that's a very like. I know oliver isn't your typical like i'm thinking about operas where there's two sets of lovers and one sets one set is always like defending clever couple and then there's the sincere naive couple..

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"zaza" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

03:54 min | 6 months ago

"zaza" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

"I don't know it. Choices were made choices happened. I'm trying to think. Kevin klein is my imaginary best friend and i will go through a lot for that man. I adore him. But i hate jake so that was a bit of a bit of a problem. And he didn't save it. Like i think that he had either given up or he's like this character is sad and just learning. He's even checked out literally at the end when they're like we're going to sing for and he's like i'm going to go die. That's that's all of us right now. It's that's how we all feel. All are i think if kevin kline can't save character character worth that's exactly right. I mean kevin kline can't make this fellow interesting and kevin kline is objectively the most interesting man in the world right. I think or got for you. Of course james. Yeah kevin kline and james. That's it those are the two most interesting men in the world. But you know what my favorite and this didn't save it either. Alfred molina and janet mcteer as touchstone and audrey were great because janet mcteer is one of my favorite people in the world and she did a great job but again even them and i don't even think this was the direction or anything or the interpretation. I was just like these scenes. Are bad good guys. Is it possible that like shakespeare's not as good as we've been led to believe i mean maybe it's just me and this play who knows i don't know i i couldn't i i..

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"zaza" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

05:10 min | 6 months ago

"zaza" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

"Think i know. And i don't think i care. Excellent that's all. They're a little bit interchangeable. You often see them played by the same actor in performance so it took me way too long to realize that in the version We watched the kenneth branagh version last night. And i was like oh. That's brian blessed like no. That's brian blessed. Wait a minute frying us. It was data. Was like chris did. They're both pride. In a sense. I mean to be fair. I don't think gun to my head. I could tell you which one is styler in which one is waldorf. I couldn't either. I don't know which is way too. And i think that's fine. I think that's the point of them right. Yeah they're going to. They're like a two headed alien seems unusual since duke senior duke frederick our enemies for the beginning i think nine has i understand it their enemies so that seems weird. But i'm okay with it. 'cause statler and waldorf have a lot of words for other people but never for each other and i wanna i wanna see that explored so like. Oh okay. i'm. I'm really on board with this. Cast so far great. So here's where you gotta you gotta stay with me because it's going to get a little weird but then it's gonna make sense okay. 'cause i'm saving some of them for later. So we're going. To jump to celia celia now is going to be played by yolanda rat who. I don't know if you've ever is one of the lady ratu hangs out with rizzo. I believe. i think she's featured in muppets. Take manhattan. But i'm pretty sure she comes back for other things. Let's see i've seen her around. Yeah all right all right now. Phoebe is where i'm gonna put miss piggy a controversial. I like this yet because we all want to put piggy in the main female lead because she would be mad if we didn't but she is giving me more phoebe than rosalyn. And i have been for rosaline so.

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"zaza" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

03:45 min | 6 months ago

"zaza" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

"I'm gonna be honest out the gate and say. I forgot about the human character so quickly quickly. Quick that's even better. I know that that one's going to have to be a real fast decision. But i'm gonna leave it because i'm so happy with the main characters that were get i'll figure it out. It's gonna be great. Don't have a random a random extra human. I feel i would just be wonderful somewhere somewhere in the last scene just a random human appears. Yeah well i have an idea but we'll see how it goes. Okay okay and i was telling you before we started recording. But i do not really like as you like it and i'm excited because i think this improve my casting improves a lot of the problems. Excellent you're on the absolutely correct podcast. Just jump jump in yeah jumping. Walk us through it. Okay and is it. Okay if i qualify some of my choices yet please justify your choice. We will make you justify your choices. We're going to interrogate every single one of them. Good okay. i'm so excited. So i'm going to jump out with jay quiz. Because he's kinda terrible he's kind of he's kind of the worst and he just all of his. We watched the movie last night. And i was like he just rattled off. Lists like all of us. A little like man is young. Ordinance is and it's december. It's january it's may. It's one o'clock clock. It's three o'clock. I'm so tired of this. He is the. I'm so glad you agree with me. Who is this guy. Did they only name them jay quiz. Because there's a jacques. Later like is another theory that i'm wondering about it's because if you pronounce it jake's it's a toilet okay Jake's is a term for toilet that gone in ingredient. That's where he belongs. Oh boy so. I'm like let me start with this guy because people either love them or they hate him and i don't like him so i'm going to put my favorite muppet there and it's going to be pet. Just see. just because if you take his soliloquies or monologues or whatever and put a little guy after every i think it vastly improves all day thing. He's a great choice ridiculous. I feel like he's he's got the kind of annoying factor in him but without being as annoying as who is actually is. Yeah yeah and he knows what he is. Pepe knows he's very annoying. Crab isn't he apprenticed. Prion sure yet. Peppy the bronze some kind of crustacean. Yeah i love him. I love his little black turtleneck. he's got a chain. he looked sharp. let's have him around so that's not right out the gate a dig dig so duke senior and duke. Frederick we're gonna make statler and statler and waldorf okay. Yeah i could see that. Yeah right you know why not. Is there which witched you have a preference..

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Kawhi Leonard Has Surgery to Repair Partial Tear of Right ACL

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

01:22 min | 7 months ago

Kawhi Leonard Has Surgery to Repair Partial Tear of Right ACL

"Crazy breaking news. Kawhi Leonard had surgery for a partially torn ACL in a lot. That's not good explains a lot. Yeah never heard. I had never heard of an ACL injury that you know, didn't require surgery or wasn't some level of at are they're so hyper extent, hyper-extended knee injuries, and things like that. But the way they described that the ACL injury, I mean, I saw another kind of stuff that they were trying to play their, you know, you always have. I don't know what they're sending out mixed signals on injuries, especially in the playoff series. You know, is a guy going to play tonight. Is he not dead teams? Do that a lot, but it was always weird to me that an ACL injury was played, in a way that he could have possibly returned, cuz now surgery is going to knock him out at least. For part of next season and there's a guy that can become a free agent opting out this year. So you might have the Clippers in a situation here where they kind have to do that Katie thing and eat part of that first year just to keep them long time. And this is tougher guy who already was starting to deteriorate a little bit and it's lower. Body had to take a lot of load management days since 2017 with that injury against ZaZa. And, you know, was always kind of a guy that was dealing with something in terms of body. So this isn't going to help.

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"zaza" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

The Cinephiliac Lounge

03:32 min | 11 months ago

"zaza" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge

"I know he had an army. And and that's fine but it's just a weird that they didn't do but an and try to they try to lead up to it. I guess my point is if you're going to take that long to show him in the mask make it be the mask. Is something more important than just a mask. Yeah yeah there should be a payoff to it and there really isn't. It's just just him in a bunch of goons wearing masks attacking a bunch of women who just trying to defend themselves. Basically i mean i get what you're saying i don't i don't think he was a very convincing villain. I i like you and mcgregor a lot. I think he's a great actor. Oh so do i. I don't know what i would love to know what he thought of making this movie. Like if he was just like adds a paycheck or if he was having honor because his character is not that interesting no and his dialogue is. This is where the heart hardly hardly even the kid or whatever they have fun dialogue but his stuff is just. I don't know if it's sometimes. I couldn't decipher was. This is just what was written or was he riffing. I hope it was. He's just falling was written because some of the there were some scenes where especially when he when he's alone with zaza in his locked. That's oh that's another thing. I don't quite understand. So he's a crime lord right right yet. He owns this club. Which is i. I don't own a club. So i can't put out pro that rock through that plate glass window but so he says crime lord in he has he can command an army of do whatever yet he seems he seems to be the concierge of his own club..

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11-year-old Syrian table tennis player Hend Zaza qualifies for Olympics

Glenn Beck

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

11-year-old Syrian table tennis player Hend Zaza qualifies for Olympics

"Committee eleven year old table tennis star is set to become one of the youngest Olympians of all time she just water way into this summer's Olympic Games after beating a forty two year old in the women's finals it is also is ranked one hundred fifty fifth in the world to be representing Syria when the tournament begins July

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"zaza" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"zaza" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"Happen walking on eggshells Being being living in fear based consciousness allowing the programming of the world to dictate how they move that has been the trajectory of this planet For hundreds of years now and the time is over Everything that's happening right now. Even as scary or as frustrating frustrating as it is from the talk of war all of this stuff is happening all of eighties leading us towards this higher state of consciousness. So we have to lean into into way Don't become a victim to it. Doll become a victim fear based consciousness. this is why it's important to be still and soliciting yourself. I self really decide what it is that you want your life to to be what you wanted to feel like how you WanNa experience this world because you act once you make the decision Asian on the universe is going to inspire into everything that needs to be done in bring everybody on your path That will help to bring that into wishing wishing if you haven't decided been that's why you are suffering and that's why you're struggling and that's why you are having repetitive circumstances in situations relations in behaviors and patterns Because you got to decide what you want to look and feel like so. That's what the workbooks are about. That's what this conversation is about on. And that's what this paradigm should is about right now on Amazon dot com is no website by email address is Info at Ali Dot Com and and you guys are welcome to reach out to me. Give your feedback and again. Thank you so much sis or having me. This was a great conversation in a hope that it goes out into the IRS. In Eh touches somebody in the right time and space in helps them to change the trajectory of their life. Thank you so much. I am really overjoyed. My whole being is so happy and just grateful that You extended this opportunity for us to share and that we hope that we can have more shot more time with you like this in the near future because there's so much though we can chat about New York would make it a point to come and see you guys Isn't shot OV- right other ideas. Yeah I would love that own best. CTO from me from Brooklyn from the press sister's march have been this John as many blessings to you sister much success and joy oy and prosperity and love and all of the goodness that you offer to everyone may be repeated onto you and I wanNA rap out with this quote and because it reminds me of US Zaza as by pollock willow elegance is this is achieved when all that is superfluous has been discarded and the human being discover simplicity and concentration the simpler and more sober the posture the more beautiful. It will be and so so when I think about you I think about elegance and beauty and wisdom and a queen is so thank you so much for your your time and I will connect with you on social media. Speak to you some go do do..

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"zaza" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

12:41 min | 2 years ago

"zaza" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"What is your thing? What is your more niche for me? It's raining it's researching for me. It's traveling about to be one of my real mission goals as as well as a few other things but what do you want to experience lawyer here. Most of us are reacting to life. Most of us are responding On auto pilot to what our parents told us was supposed to be. Or you know what society says. We're supposed to be or you know. I went to school for six years. Got Through a conversation with one of those like I had. I went to school for six years and got my master's degree and I don't WanNa do anything involved with this but I cannot quit my job Because student loans because my mother was this because there was like a complete turmoil because what she really wanted to do who had absolutely nothing to do she has been so much time so she spent another five years in turmoil because of what what everything else. Everybody else told her she was supposed to be in. Do what is it that you really wanNA experience. While you're here is a section in the workflow conference spirit consciousness the talks on people's loss. What do you want? I don't really know. What are you kind of job do you want? What kind of business do you want what would electrify your family situation? Look like where would you like to live while I can't really afford people start automatically arguing for their limitations. As Abraham the excess you know take all of the WHO what where why and how out of the equation. What do you actually want your life to look in? Ill L. light. That is the most important thing to me with. Mark Latte or workloads in lamb. Doing right now to help. People to feel inspired and invigorated agreed to answer. That question is gonNA look totally different for everybody and there's no right or wrong as long as you want you fringing one anybody else harming anybody. Nobody else might take off the mask take off the worries of the world and just really start to discover an aspect question internally. I love that because just listening to you. Describe it just out like this opportunity for deep breath and an exhale and like I said it will. The details will be different. I'm for everyone but that is an exciting question. It's it's beautiful to beat witness to witness another to uplift in that way right where we're like and we know that you're not I'm not trying to be Fluffy Wafi I know that. There's a lot of challenges for many of us happening into this moment of now but missiles so much beauty this also beautiful crystals thus why look at it right in Iraq for you know my mom my mom will tell. Tell me really upset that Jesus Indus Crystal Right okay. Like I'm not gonNA break up with my mom. Because you know we still see working with brass devil-worshipping. Oh all all of those things scale not not seen is to exit well. I don't want to hold you up too much. I was wondering maybe I could ask you a couple of more questions get. I've been so grateful for your time today and win surprised surprise. I knew we were going to have a fantastic our station right. So I'm going to the questions over here. Just want to read a quick What are some things that we can begin doing to heal and harmonize the the feminine and masculine within us? I'm sending you a message but I'm sorry I think one of the most important things is getting back into along with nature I think that is would probably be the number one answer as far as masculine and feminine because there are so many answers to a lot of the questions that we have within ourselves the soul-searching that we're doing a lot of the problems that we just don't have the tools to figure out on the surface I sometimes just learning to go out and just really look at mb. One world has given me a lot of relief over over over to as time has passed by the science of breath inbreeding. I cannot emphasize that enough and I know this is Is indirect answer to ordinary questions for his bridging the gap between the masculine and feminine but the Science of breath learning how to sit with yourself and is is focused on your breathing. Always enter the nose and out of the mouth right learning how to be still in how really listen internally to voice to to the message that's coming to you from the universe from the ancestors and sometimes just turn off a world right. We talked about those voices that we are inundated with learning learning how to Turn a world engines. Listen internally your spirit to your soul into that divine guidance that comes thanks to you. I was talking before about relationships. I think it's important for us to make it a focused intention to have healthy relationships outside of relationships right to have co workers into have people that are in our lives friends male friends female friends Connections with uncles cousins Have Healthy Dialogue and conversation being there for one another listen rate and if you have a brother or uncle uncle or a man in your family or men as close to you that is misusing or abusing a woman a layer that needs to be a point of emphasis this for you to help him to not necessarily just leave them on a lesson as a dangerous situation and you don't want to be a part of it but help to learn our help our men to learn and understand how the better appreciate in value in interact with women and vice versa. Because there's a lot of women. They have very unhealthy relationships in stigmas about men and about relationships so those things I think would be probably at the top of my list as far as just is helping us to get a better understanding men reading literature from women in listening to women a goals. The only listening to me that speak to wherever you are in your consciousness. This new women's listening to men that speak to the issues that men have in listening is an art not hearing you you know with the intention of responding like really just stopping in listening to a person not talking I think if we can start to really work on those things that will go a long way towards human that gaff thank you Zaza and this question is from my sister. She has a little queen in and a little king but particular. She says for our little queens growing up in an over sexualize of depraved expression of feminization organization. What are some of the ways that we can counter what they are over saturated with on a daily basis? Okay so so your system until her. Thank you for asking that I am actually the next two workbooks that I'm going to be working on. The first word is going to be specifically directed not towards that question not just over sexualization. But you know hygiene how to deal with boys You know life conversations food and pop culture music in in social media the conversation that all parents want to have with their children but at a certain point they stopped listening to you you in it you know. That's when the village has to come in and try to help explain those things in how close conversations sickly writing a workbook in. I'll be creating curriculum as well specifically that But I think that really highlighting people in our culture women in our culture that act represent a different type of sacredness a different type of respect. Right they carry themselves in a certain type of way Misty Misty Copeland is one for me. The Ballerina There are women who are able to Rene And a lot of the you know the content wanted that she has produced There are women that are in the community in the culture that are specifically working towards setting a different standard or how women are viewed I think introducing them to that and also broadening the scope of what our rose are watching because they're watching reality. TV and looking at pictures on instagram. That's very limited scope of what women are we start branching out and finding ways to make culture fun fun Hamilton the play in New York. I made a list of things. I can't remember all the top of my head but there are different things. In our culture ultra now that represent a different level of culture in engagement fun and activity and then introducing them to women that maybe online find myself In our other women that represent a different level of consciousness. But it's important that wherever she is. She loves fashion or if she loves music or is she loves history or she loves mad like find her thing and then find the wom- women that that are into that that represent a higher ideal right. Because you're trying to get a girl who likes to wear you know Timberland boots into break dancing to watch misty copeland issue that so I think the first thing is really nurture in engage them to see what what they're interested interests and passions are and then from there. That's where you find things that helped to cultivate a healthy representation presentation of womanhood. Really love that if you very much and I'm pretty sure she's going to be so delighted to hear sure Just this whole conversation She's definitely someone that I've been very lucky with her relationship and and she's been my mirror and my teacher Sometimes as women we are so quick to just yes each other or it's harder to have those real like honest conversations with one another and when you can hold space to listen like you said and really listen and not here to prepare response to defense of really take in Lanc that wisdom of someone else. That's a beautiful place to allow yourself to be in that humility ability and also such a place of Rove. It's it's also something you know things that you resume and I really am grateful for your time today. Thank you so much enact album more things that last comment The other thing that I think is important in finding ways to do this It's not going to be in working. His well is to show our daughters The flip side of that world. You know we we live in a world now. Wow that is promoting Like stripper culture for instance That's dangerous oral unanimity and sometimes when we LE- with sexuality quality when we interact with men especially when we're not dealing with men who are intelligent and mature That can lead to a lot of very very dysfunctional interactions in dangerous situations I told a story before two young women. I'm just gauging as a young woman. No Fourteen fifteen sixteen years old. The girls who are who up with the different paths that we took and in having friends that might have you know kind of off the hook. As at a certain point in time she ends up at fifteen years old and now her childhood is gone and now oh she's that another life and now her son's life is not really developing healthy way and he ends up off the hook to.

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"zaza" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"zaza" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"I didn't really know what that was in a look like but I've always had a voice that was beyond me that I can really take credit for and as I was walking through all these trials and tribulations that voice got stronger wiser sir it was directing me a lot of times So it was a lot of trial and error No nights it sitting in a dark. You know what I'm saying it's like I can't. I can't think I don't know what to do on over to go just sitting in the dark ages sitting with Nestle analyzing my thoughts and just really calling out to the university to the ancestors. I need help I. It's not I mean that's that's that's it's not pretty like you said But that was a process. I think that it's so helpful for When when we're organic invulnerable and we should like that because what I've seen just out there in an as women may many of us do that? Do this and I said I was doing the sue where you're so worried about. Just keeping the exterior polished. Even in the way you speak making sure this politically correct so that you don't offend anyone. Then the more you do that it just seems like you just further. Lose yourself a little bit. Yeah you do you start like what you put in the book meet Dot Days Thousand Voices coming at you. How do you know which one is yours are? How do you know what to say like? How do you know what you're saying is programmed response or the true response from your soul or oh that wisdom listen you are preaching and that right there is so critical to say I wish I could? I could battle in it just helped. I think that's what I'm one of my things that I've been seeking the hill. Learn how to find their own voice because we have so much access to so many voices now and a lot of people are on autopilot. Repeating what they hear from other people is so funny. I was reading a common today of about the situation in in Iran and it was talking about the guy that You know trump had killed and this guy is like on this this threat and he's like this guy was a dictator and he was.

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"zaza" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

14:43 min | 2 years ago

"zaza" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"That capitalism what we hate about it is what we are. Also immersed in bright light than digits people around the world way didn't have the temperament to go out and rape the earth in order to create what we know now as computers and we had the the mental prowess we had the understanding of what what these resources were capable of. But we were in harmony with the land and didn't have the temperament in order to do it to to the extent where it eighties. Now where it's it has created social media so capitalism all of the worst elements of what you know it has created around the world ruled is also heart of what we are so connected to all you know like job of gentrification you brought the building and the mass uptick in in dislocating King Social Media the Internet Computers Right Aksu monitors here at router Wifi cell phone and I got hard drive in all of this. Sing right in front of me right now All of these things are to an extent a replica or a A product of capitalism right. This is why in the bigger scheme of things and this was something that I it was very hard for me in a loss of did but assume relative it. It was very hard for me to get past. Slavery is like Guy Stat when I when I started to come into a certain understanding. I stay European history. I took a year out of college. Inge's studied all this stuff is like man I cannot understand how could millions of people we take in. What kind of guy would allow? This would Kahad the rest of the world allowed this to happen stuff there and I came into into this. This mindset understanding not at one time but in in time That that all was a part of the process assis in order for us to really come back into fullness of ourselves and so social media technology at saying time is all part of the process. A coming back into the fullest ourselves. So we talk about the age of worries. We'll talk about the Conscious we talk about this paradigm shift all all this stuff. That's happening right now. We have non stop access to so much information so much technology. You can talk directly to your favorite celebrity and the people are more unhappy than I don't know if they've ever been so it's kind light. The Universe is kind of thumbing its nose bettas like okay. You want it all here now let us let us know the great watching all of us. It's not laughing at us. Let us know when you're ready to come back to the sense that you know what I mean. So that's that's that's the swing it's going to happen Unfortunately sometimes because we assume you're being we have we will want to test the bounds of everything you know. We might have to swing a little bit longer before we start to come back to the center. I hear you. I mean I am an optimist I and I have to say that I am seeing Like my sister and I are metaphysical shop has been there for six years. So we get to see people coming coming in and out right and we've seen more of more people that would never come into our shop like ours. Talk about the journey. What you you're studying to be a doctor? You WanNa Crystal for Nice Larry. I love it I love the integration and I loved the respect I write for a what we say is holding space for nature onto work with nature for these tools that That are at our reach but to to also something that we always as important as remember your power. Yeah right it's like this is a tool at the end of the day. This is not like my super good luck charm. It's this is you my lucky crystal. Even though some people say like that but it's more like what what is Activating you're holding like hopefully nothing falls norman drum the crystal city and but this right here for example is very very shiny and it has like this soft but his very happy and Djelic and my inner child lousy men and so. That's that's why we say it's like it's not that your this is your Your surrendering your software. But if every single time you pick this up and it reminds you of those qualities not you're trying to activate and maybe you're moving through a space of deep grief then this becomes a totem and every single time you're thinking like how happier healthier healthier lighter thoughts if you keep thinking about this. What's going to happen? Would your state after you've already had that Connection Thought Connection Thirty Times Over the span of thirty days so You know about it in. I was having this conversation with a brother the other day this is. What's so fascinating so so powerful about human beings and this is why my whole entire life work is to help us to get a deeper understanding of who we are that Chris so for you and for anyone that takes what you just said seriously and puts belief into it can become a a element of change right right and element of healing in element of wrote to somebody random? Whoever Joe Blow in for somebody? That's just Iraq Iraq. It won't do anything for them. It's your belief. It's the belief leaf in the emphasis in the focus that you have on the crystal that actually gives it power that when I even when I say it gives me chills does and I know this because I've had different life experiences that invalidated that it is our focus our attention and our intention on whatever it is that we want in in in our lives. Whatever we want to become that actually is our laughing because we had at a young man come into our shop what time we started working with some of the crystals and he was like I had to stream that I was was into center wearing this amazing and I was big yummy snack? You just is glowing and I was like wow. It's it's perspective it's also how you feel right where some people feel like like it and it's also too it's also to your point I connect with the crystals right. But that doesn't mean that you connect with and maybe you do but as an example and in this world it's okay that you could see this us a rock doc. Yeah for sure this totally okay like I I should be okay not offend in that triggered but there are people that would really take offense. Take this is an ambitious crystal. I got this from the caves of Costa Rica. And it's gotten from almost trying times in. That's you know that's when you know we're we're not listening that's fully aligned yet but You know the whole thing about this life and one thing that I really learned from my experiences is that we are. We're all here. Our souls are here to have any spirits. We're going to have an experience. The Creator is experiencing the physical physical ram through us. And when I remember her every day and I had heard other people say but the way she said at that time in my state of consciousness that time I'm paraphrasing but she was like We the source energy or source or what we call God and is experiencing life through you and I started thinking about that. And that's why sometimes when you hear me when I'm teaching redoing my videos feels like all of our thoughts matter all of our conversations matter not that you know over having random conversation and somebody's back behind scenes things jotting it down and you're gonna pay for that later. Know what you are expressing is sending out signals in these into the universe and if it hasn't emotion behind it because that's what actually empowers the thaw if it hasn't emotion behind it if it's reckless and made out of hate or made out of you know one in the sabotage Taj Harm somebody else. Then that's on the send a signal in frequency out into the universe it's GonNa show back in your life it depending on how strong along the emotion. Here's how strong the signal is. It could show up in the form of a relationship or in a random encounter and counter gas station like. There's no chance encounters encounters and experiences in our lives. We are directly or indirectly attracting a repeal and things to us so that's the scientists in meat so fascinating about this. Life is just learning how to appreciate this experience of the world In the alchemists talks about mach to the soul of the world right and I have been saying to myself over the past year. My number one focus right now is to go out experience agreeance too. I JUST WANNA be in alignment with the soul of world. That sounds so cool. It is well. I have a question about like Paul Zaza personal like shift rate with with all of these Things that you have been learning studying writing about how have you noticed shifts within you maybe within your body in your mind in in your soul however you feel comfortable addressing well that you know and this is important to You know there's knowledge of self in the news knowledge of yourself And as an avid Student I got to a point where I was reading and studying. But I wasn't. The information was not sticking because I I was at a point where it was time for me to books down into start really experiencing my life and start to studying myself so there's been no oh different marking on its own. Speak in my life. Where a light came on in light off and then I had revelations nations myself in the six months to really understand what admit but there's been marking points all along the past being primarily focused at one point on you know fighting against races supremacy fighting against injustice Working specifically to help people to get a better understanding of what the problem is what we need to do. How many to fight against the system and bang on a beast so to speak And and again all important aspects of of my growth and development I've got to a point where I hit a brick wall because because this saying language down speaking has been smoking for a long time and there hasn't been a lot of movement progressively for the culture. Her things that we can tangibly identify right and then all songs dealing with stuff personally within my own life MOVED TO ATLANTA. My son was in California with his father. Go back and bring him here. Figure out of out saying they are state here stopped. wgnradio got into a couple of situations in social media. How doc the Internet is Making mistakes along the way on figuring it out putting the work in front of myself right which is a big no no but is what most people do because we naturally want to wear more proneness onus human beings to serve and to look out for other people in the ourselves and this is when people contact me to. I say as I wanted to do more often. I'm doing enough and in fifteen minutes into the conversation. If all of the part you you wanted to more in the community and you have not address certain things that are like right on the tip of you falling apart. So that's what I did for five years. I literally was like travelling the country. Doing radio writing wrote two books Tom And really just trying to find voice in find the best way that I could be service. I had a group that was focusing one businesses. I started a group that the fundraising for African Center schools. I was doing all of this stuff but internally none of it was fulfilling and so the course of multiple situations happening to me eventually are excellent to a point where my soul was just like no. We're not doing anymore. You know what I mean and it is it's like hitting a brick wall because you know you can't operate according to the standards of the world in what everybody else is telling you to do you know in your heart that that's not what's going to work for you but there's no blueprint for united mean. Okay you you WANNA go into spiritual teachings you're pivoting out of another type of teaching and learning in your at a researcher in love science and you love history and you love culture. There's not really a umbrella for me to stand underneath to figure it out. We don't have those type of institutions is in our communities. We look back at timid. We look back at the indigenous native people when we talk about what they did but we don't really have safe houses for our the people to be able to stand underneath while they figure it out. We're all figuring out on the job so I was figuring out job at the same time writing you know developing my social media platforms still doing videos taking time off or you don't see me six months. You know what I mean. So that whole process is what really inept the Sun and knowing internally always known my life was.

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"zaza" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

13:38 min | 2 years ago

"zaza" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"Welcome to our Seato break. This is better slash Amman Nisa and it is twenty twenty and this is our first interview of the year. It is someone that my sister and I are really excited to share with you on our platform. She is a mother a teacher. An activist self published author. She's also a student of all things divine the mind. The body the soul. She talks about things like the law of attraction action. But there's something else that we love about her. She's a spicy Mama's SITA. Who tells you like is sometimes You know she shares some of those uncomfortable troops and sometimes people find them controversial. But that doesn't scare the Perez Sisters. We welcome welcome to be able to be in a space where we can learn from our sisters. Because that's the way we are. We grow and expand on this beautiful soul so journey that we call this moment of now so without further ado I like to introduce and help me welcome Zaza Ali. You too GAFA seat the break. Happy Twenty twenty. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for having me. It is good to be here finally after all this time. We've been conversing for a couple years now much loves to you for Honoring being on your platform and peace and love to the rest of your crew and your audience's low. Thank you SASA You know I've mentioned that you have a self published publish books some that. I cannot wait to get my hands on. But if you could show with the audience What some of those books titles are and I know I got a Your workbook change your mind which I started already. And it's a really important. It's one of the conversations that I wanted dive into a little later on. But if you can showed little bit about your publish or sure will this past year. I published three workbooks and they are all based based around Higher States of consciousness and really kind of going into the metaphysics of mind of energy of sex. And just you know working to provide a lot of information an indepth research inside about you know like change your mind in for instance the one that you discuss. Change your mind from two abundance. That is a journey from. You know in introspective. Look within right Tom Learning about some of the things that are holding us back whether it's from our upbringing background to getting into a middle ground where we start to take full full accountability responsibility for our lives where we are right now into a prosperity consciousness in into in abundance consciousness I also will release the science of self of one which is based around consciousness energy vibration on that is dealing with everything from the science of fear to to By brations in energy understanding hormones. In how they impact our behavior and also talking about the law attraction attraction as well and in the science of sex which was the second workbook that I released last year is basically talking about The cultural norms particularly in America. How will you sex How it is viewed represented in popular culture and starting to have a conversation about sex from spiritual mutual perspective From that sacred mindset so released those three workbooks last year and I'm very proud of all three of them. They are very representative of where I am right right now in my science and in my teaching not my sides in my teaching and in my perspective of the world and then prior to that I released two books Two Thousand and fifteen in two thousand sixteen The scientific intervention in our affairs is basically a research study on The scientific war on Melania people particularly Nella native people but it deals with subjects address. Everything from Kim trails else. Genetically Modified Food Harp organ trafficking. Right some of these really taboo subjects that people write off as conspiracy theory. There is a substantial amount of research as out here at we can kind of prove that this is happening So that in second place the dysfunction in that book is specifically typically focusing on black men and women in America some of our issues as far as how we interact with one another and really starting to look within in our selves and take accountability for where we are in this space and time and how do our communities thank you. I look forward to diving living into those books and I know that I mean just by some of the topics that you just mentioned these topics that in the recent years I have been a so present in our faces in the media alternative media which is in a way great because people are sort of catching on like okay. Oh awakening on. I'm having a spiritual awakening on looking up at the sky. I'm noticing these lying. Clouds are not nature's creation but at the same time with that has com. This cancelled culture is culture that so threatened by I. Hearing perspectives are not popular. Like you say quickly your conspiracy theorists or or that they're not mainstream. They're not candy. Coated inspired you to write those books. Well initially scientific intervention in our affairs was I didn't set out to as you know. Be a conspiracy theories calling I was just living in Oakland at the time and noticing white lines in the sky that did not look right and and I grew up in Oakland in the bay area and it is a very you know sunshine prone area very beautiful right. We we got to a point I would say about maybe fifteen years ago where the skies are always white end so that piqued my curiosity. And so I started researching online tonight learned about This group called Stop Kim trails. I started studying in a started watching what was happening. So that is what got me into the mindset of researching Kim trails I grew up in Oakland predominantly liberal progressive black city that was undertaken by a mass. Ask movement of crack cocaine and as a young woman growing up in seeing this burgeoning city be destroyed internally Charlie by this drug. I'm like wait a minute how we go from here to here so I wanted to understand you know where to crack. Come from what is what is better. I knew the story that aimed tell us that. Some random drug dealers in the bay area you know came came up with this chemical concoction that exploded but I never believed it so I started researching researching that And just you know things that were happening in popular poacher. Some of it was happening at that time. Some of it started becoming popular later in my mind. It was really a edit. My time You know Planned parenthood when he found out that they were They were taking the organ tissues and selling them on on the black market and making all his money. I was talking about all this stuff in the book so I just have always have honest for knowledge on always been an avid student researcher researcher In science in my own where rate and that is what inspired you know looking at happening in the world The first scientific Iranian in our affairs and in place the dysfunction was just like my like wait a minute. We need to take accountability for our community. I get everything that's happening being outside of US Internally there are some days when we were on within our our responsibility that we need to start focusing on and then as I've grown in elevated it over the years and got more into spiritual eyes set started branching off as far as the things that I was studying in. Really really wanting to be in alignment with the the mind. The Creator really wanting to understand these universal laws. I started researching studying. And you know workbooks great way to give if people access to different perspectives as well as mike respective before to also be interactive Kinda have a mirror to look at themselves to see how you know this great. You know. Wayne Dyer or Greg Brayden or professor James Small or all of these great mindsets. He says you know allow their books. Most people will read but there are gills with an all of them that if I can find the gills put them in the workbook in the create a question in an answer kind of consensus people. Can you know grow from that. And it'll be more reflective of air on lies so this my brainiacs love of knowledge you know wanting to get to the root of things and understand the way the world works on. That was the inspiration. Mostly thank you and I guess it makes sense that the next step from there would be the workbooks because that is taking that internal reflection journey. We're just doing the first couple of pages. I was writing some of it down but I was also felt encouraged to answer some of the questions. Like out loud in here my so so say like sort of seeing a record catch B. S. or my own responses. Because he does you know it's like you're being you're asking some their questions their simple but they're blunt questions. I think maybe why the workbook is a fascinating to someone like me as an approach is because in this world where everything is just so in your face. This provides an opportunity where you can kind of go in your own space at your own time and be within and be honest but go at your pace also feel like here you are. You're going to documenting your progress and then also having a moment where you can look back. which is one of my favorite things? How grown from this experience where and and you know I? I initially started out the science of Sex Self Volley one I started creating those worksheets working with clients. I worked with people in one on one capacity so that work. I didn't say okay. I'm going to work right at work. Look I was creating worksheets. In order to help mark clients to get beyond these. Were struggling with to see certain things about their character personality. That may be. They realize end to GET UNSTUCK INSKEEP clarity. And so we'll we'll give them the worksheets that it'd be like a worksheet just hat maiden so uncomfortable you make you because of questions karate. Finalists up all his stuff and then so but they were the beautiful thing to me. was that One of my clients in particular she said I said when I was just started just writing down. She said you know what I'm really going to respect this process. And she put it down and she came back to follow when she actually had time in a clear. Mind to sit down on an introspective. And it's not a you know somebody's going to be checking your paper. Nobody's GonNa see this. This is an internal conversation you and yourself and that is the thing that makes people more comfortable than anything and I tell my clients all the time you know. This is the stuff that run from their whole lives. This is why alcoholism Gaullism in domestic violence and porn and all of these vices. That people have. It's really that we're running from ourselves. We don't really confront on the man in the mirror so to speak and just to kind of smooth that out the whole purpose of all of this is not to garage through all the dirt mud mud and get to the other side. No this is about peace and prosperity. This is about clarity. This is about being invigorated in enthusiastic about life. So sometimes sometimes you have to confront certain things about our symbols so that we can get to that space. That totally makes a lot of sense. Because just imagining wha must have been like for you your process with your first two books and you know relating it to what's really happening in the external environment and then how how that correlates to where you grew up and just seeing the changes in the neighborhood like that is very traumatizing for people who have experienced experienced that and And that trauma we live in a lot of us just live in it day after day and then we go to this location location. They're living in a two and then we're bringing our trauma and they're bringing their trauma. We're just saying yes to our trauma and it feels good girl. I got more trauma you oh you what do I do. And I'm like okay so I hear you were comparing these war wounds in this trauma but what's the.

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Panthers Score 4-1 Against Penguins For Rare Win In Pittsburgh

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:08 min | 2 years ago

Panthers Score 4-1 Against Penguins For Rare Win In Pittsburgh

"A big big bounce back victory for the Florida Panthers over Roy's most hated rival. Sidney crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins play I I was just about got into that Sidney crosby was out however the penguins are still a good team and the panthers needed this win because the painters are also a good team and the panthers are doing this thing now where they're starting to have good teams at still end up. Missed the playoffs. which that Kinda sucks? Because if you're going to miss the playoffs be like bordering on bad but don't be wasting and we have so few good teams right now. The standings are the Florida panthers thanks to that victory or the very last team in the playoffs. Qualify as wildcard and. Something needs to be done. I know we do this every time. Because I don't understand but something needs to be done about these. Nhl L. Playoff standings for the love of God. Just make one through eight. I don't care about this division. Stop trying to make divisions happen. The Panthers play offs based off of Wins in Regulation S. tie-break tie-break. See Look Right now. A team like the Philadelphia flyers is on the outside looking in a good team. Philadelphia flyers are good team. They deserve to be in the playoffs. But they're not how about we expand the playoffs so teams. There's so many good teams lose the F- The flyers are going to have a hundred points season. That happened happened to the panthers right where they had one hundred points. They didn't have one hundred points and they had a ninety six point season and missed the playoffs. That's the most of any team as Mr play all right now. We're at the halfway halfway point of the season right. Yeah right now. You have the Philadelphia Flyers in the Florida Panthers Right now. That's eight nine in the conventional standings. Right that's last WOCKHARDT and secondly And and second last wildcard no last wildcard and outside looking in. Yes right now. There are forty nine points each. So Oh they're trending to break the panthers record of most points on the Oh ally the panthers right now. A trending to get ninety eight points this season so hopefully they don't break the record. Yeah no games in hand. which is which is a bummer? Because I love counting on those games on hand but it was a big result assault for the Florida Panthers. Bobrovsky is getting killed. Mostly by Jonathan's Aslam Brendan Tobin from for those who Tobin Donovan. Sorry go ahead. You can their local sports. Radio hosts on seven ninety two ticket former flags. Hope it has had bob on a bunch his show. I thought he's like a huge bob supporter quarter. Because I feel like anytime that Bob fails like I could be getting that wrong. been writing them pretty deal with token Bob. Yeah I don. I haven't followed that all right so get to the bottom of it and I'll get back to you let me know where he's definitely hates. Bob Zaza only Lee six more years of this contract which is not not going to happen. You didn't sign Bobrovsky to be here for sixty that alternate bout because this is this. This is young really that good. I mean he's representing the country in the world. I find we didn't win the world hockey. Juniors no candidates game

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"zaza" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"zaza" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You've got to be careful sue you Zaza joins us courtesy of the my guess I'd to talk some more isn't a great job in studio with you pop of course tonight you have the TMC reunion but does that does all the road games with the joys courtesy of the my guess I'm so that not everybody gets a gets a white glove song and that's that's pretty cool that's not bad sometimes you get lucky right sorry yeah well first oil is is a very in a place where we guys but is amazing day because Papa one and once you're back in in and here for the interview talking to you guys so that means I'm almost to doing something right in the studio so thanks for calling in Boca now I love a are you having fun we are having the time of our lives with you in studio watching the games with you so how how is it bad I think you've done three so far we actually played what's that what happens next with the other you know the worst your career in moments are are you enjoying yourself in studio because the audience loves it well what are you located I love it because one is always great to be sitting next to legend's and I mean that you guys are amazing because user personality because your real so professionals a professional singer remember you you don't know what to expect right but you know after a couple minutes realize who you guys for me they are still very helpful so thank you for that and you know it motivates me and makes my job easier those opportunities Jonas former war of course in the front office so what what do you want to do you're doing some TV you're doing consulting work he kind of just a dipping your toe in to kind of see see what direction one take everything yes I am this year of that was the game plan there was small my except for learning experience and collecting all this knowledge older details well writing or mills which got out for Mexican meaning Sir meeting already older date and you know this is fun because there are so many things that can be learned and minute type diving to the details and you know seeing this business from different perspective from different angles slight of for the marketing and ticket sales and when the boss walks the business up for corporate partnerships for me to stop playing tomorrow it's gonna be the day for me to be involved in his wishing to hold a season is coming to do practical means GM you know this this kind of thing so it's so much fun in that hello during you're you're dabbling in a little bit of everything a you know a a popery working with us in studio to learn TV a little bit and your your your overnight sensation there they could be great there I imagine you're working with Rick welts on the business side but I recently saw you sitting next to Bob Meyers kind of Kitty corner off the baseline of this same row were Joe lake if is so the the consultant part that John mentioned just how how much are you working with Bob and the lake ups and even Steven of you know the coaching staff how much you around the actual basketball team and the construction of the rosters are world you know it takes time obviously right and you know fortunately I can do this every day and all day but you know there well I have some days were us for a lot of time with me and that was one of those games and against under so we sit near makes each other and talking about a bus full total talking about some players and personnel and to how we can get better and what's working what's not you know getting to details and then obviously a huge knowledge in the promo for from my side there I was with Bob is a bit of business when it comes to being a GM in the press and the of the team and we'll see what it was time for a look for last couple of years and also years experience of being agents will complete his brain and to have a conversation with him about the wrestling team and the process is pretty cool but same time you know I'm thankful for you we're nobody's my sought certain Margie use of business and rebuild understood this game and for example of the other day we were we were to Michigan four Jr monsters retirement in order to spend time with Joe and you know we talk about business so you know we have for our flag bearer for all slide back it was just for fun Lehman poking above business and you know how he started doing what he's now where where he wants to go in the current situation and it's doesn't get better to spend time and to learn from the best in the business so they reduce the logos well I mean this is unusual for Steve innocence he's started his head coaching job with the warriors and obviously you're going to the final say whatever he's going to want to use teams go through the first time he's experiencing so now sherry muscles are not being forced on me well for someone else for sure will be part of the teams were we struggled one of the.

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                        Warriors vs. Blazers Game 2 score, takeaways: Steph Curry, Draymond Green rip the heart out of Rip City in comeback win

Golic & Wingo

02:22 min | 2 years ago

Warriors vs. Blazers Game 2 score, takeaways: Steph Curry, Draymond Green rip the heart out of Rip City in comeback win

"Last night at steph curry scored thirty seven and the warriors rallied from a fifteen point halftime deficit holding off portland one fourteen one eleven to take two games lee just a couple of things about that fifteen point death deficit it was golden state's second largest halftime comeback in playoff game in franchise history the other one was the game in the twenty seventeen western conference finals but that was when zaza pachulia basically blocked out and stepped on undercut yeah leonard in that game because the spurs had a huge lead in that one for the trailblazers mike it was their largest ever blown halftime lead in a playoff game they had entered thursday fifteen no all-time in the postseason when they had at least a fifteen point lead at the break so this was the chance for portland coming off a bad loss in game one where the weren't very physical and they got basically they got blown out to think maybe golden state would take them a little lightly portland came out strong really punched him in the mouth and had a seventeen point lead knocked down two points fifteen at halftime to steve kerr basically told this guy getting their butts kicked out there they were they got out rebounded in the first half they attend turnovers in the first half what do they end up doing end up out rebounding overall by thirteen for the game their plus twenty two in pain points plus eleven and transition points a matter of fact portland didn't have one transition point basket in the second half they were outscored fifteen to nothing they're all that being said with about a minute to go seth curry hits a three to put portland one with a minute to go so the right there on fortunately damian lillard c._j. mccollum neither one of them scored in the last four minutes and twenty seconds of the game and golden state showed that ball movement late in the game getting easy labs getting alley oops to secure this game by three all the way to a great defensive stop by dollar strip steel of damian lillard has lillard was trying to set up for three to send the game to overtime but at the end of the day what we're witnessing in this series because we talked about this going in we have to best back courts and basketball playing but one of the two best is way better than the other is play n._f. staff are performing and so far through these two games c._j. and damian lillard are not those two did not score in the final four minutes and twenty seconds in fact damian lillard did not score a single point in the final seven and a half minutes of

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"zaza" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"zaza" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"To at least continue to play internationally. But suffering this type of injury that level a player at thirty four say, the odds are probably greater than that that, you know, this is the last time we really see him playing affective and NBA. Basketball. And and that that'd be a shame. If that was one of our favorites to watch and just a maestro in the pick and roll. And as you've said numerous times on including on the NBA cast keys, the player that young guy should watch film, and one of those young guys who could benefit from watching some Berea Dennis Smith, he has mid back tightness. He did not play did not even travel to Friday's game against Minnesota. And he is questionable for their game on Sunday evening against the Golden State Warriors Smith these nagging injuries for him. I have been a problem for in his development so far also suffering for nagging injuries once or her night Gomez. Has been dealing with a sore growing and Gary Harris suffered a hamstring injury. He's missed the last two games as they lost to Devon book. Lists sons on Saturday night. We'll Barton did make his debut off the bench against the sun's. Hopefully, he can get back into the starting lineup relatively soon Malone is usually given these guys to three games before he gets back in the starting lineup. And then trae Lyles alternate plants that are he's coming off a sprained wrists. What's going off or going on in Detroit coming off their triumphant win over the clippers as Blake Griffin dropped forty four on his former team and did not shake seat bombers handle the claim that he just didn't see him? Yeah. That's just what he always does. And that there was nothing. Additional added to it that game was played without Schmidt. He's still got another. But he says he's getting close which is good because they can benefit from his play in Zaza Pachulia. We talked about early on, you know, miss that game. And Baynes was was awful in those first couple of games. After we went out. He's now seven stream with a right, John. Sorry, white backup center on the pistons Susan playing very well. Yeah. Sorry considering that the BNB losing factory. He's been a little bit better offense. Actually, he has. Yes. So Pachulia missed the last seven, and we finally have a tentative debut date for DeMarcus cousins the date. They're using right now is January eighteenth at the clippers it they're not committing to that all the way right now could be a game before a game after cousins it sounds like would really like to play their game before because that's against the pelicans. And I'm sure there's a Greg's episode of Asian. Debut. So not play them. Exactly. Yeah. And then they play they play the Lakers a couple of days later, if if cousins isn't ready for the clippers the only thing that we know for sure about his role is that Kerr said DeMarcus cousins will start and outside of that. We'll see in Houston. Erik Gordon seems like he's going to be at least a few more days with that me contusion and Chris Paul looking towards the end of January for his return for that hamstring injury. According to Mark dantonio miles Turner was able to get in his first practice with that shoulder reset actually, it's kind of this nerve issue that seems to be watching and waiting so could be a little bit for him. You would think and then LeBron is growing issue has gone on longer than either of us into stupid. Obviously. I mean, we're talking about him being back the first week of January from after suffering that injury on Christmas. I mean, he's getting pretty close to almost being a month. Now the next update from in. We'll be on January sixteenth. He has increases. Tippety to some degree. You made the note that his MVP campaign is probably over. I mean, maybe just because they haven't been that good when he's been out if they just go crazy as soon as he comes back in you know, that could bolster it..

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"zaza" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"zaza" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"My instance patient is they will be very judicious with Devon Booker in this in this time period, but we can jump quickly to the team that played the sons on Sunday the team that beat them narrowly the Charlotte Hornets the Hornets are going to be without Cody Zeller for four to six weeks due to his broken hand. And Jeremy lamb also didn't play he was questionable and missed it. So he's on the way back, but is not all the way ready yet. Yeah. That's a a hamstring issue for lamb the pistons. I I watched their game against Utah on Saturday. Zaza Pachulia is out with a glazed injury. Not sure what the pistons are now describing their injuries like. He's a hockey player. A so it'd be a lower body injury. If he was a hockey player, but as crazy as it is think of Legrand bound Pachulia, he gets a lot out of his very limited physical tools defensively and John Lewis does not John Lewer playing at backup center he and called her on her together on the second unit and the pistons lead three one to thirteen at the end of the first quarter, the jazz just got right back into it. Just running pick and rolls at that combination. So lure I think after missing all last year. He's not quite the same guy. So he's really struggling defensive his says is the Senate needs as something that you felt in I talked about what seems like years ago now before the season doing the pistons previous how ugly their backup big situation was behind Drummond and Blake Griffin if Smith who they also really missing he's gonna be reevaluated the middle of this week with that Greenwich relax played on December fifteenth. But I think it is supposed to be a little bit longer still for him despite the reevaluation what else we got here miles Turner. Let. I didn't play the end of the game Chicago, which was pretty damn fun game with an missed the game against raptors. With what's called with being called a stinger? He did warm up. So I'm guessing that he he will be back in the future, Shaun Livingston left. The warriors rollicking wind in Sacramento, which actually set the NBA record for most made threes combined into game. He Livingston his absence actually probably helped push that number up a little bit. He left with a sore knee and has been a strange fit. The words have been staggering Korean Durant. He's been playing with Korean it isn't working too. Well, that'll be a point that we can discuss it a- later at a later juncture. And I'm writing about it obviously for the flag and Eric Gordon won't play against Denver. He's doing with the neekam to'sign that will be his fourth straight game out. So not only are they missing Chris, Paul. But they're missing your Gordon. But if James harden hits every shot in the history of mankind. They'll be okay young, Gordon, anything with his knees. You remember all the struggles he had in New Orleans that derailed for a long time would appear to be a promising career. So it gotta watch anything. With the the knee contusion doesn't really affect the clippers look rotation but meals take dosages dealing with knee tendinitis at the moment. So he's been out and then carrier Ving supposed to return on Monday. He had missed two games after suffering a scratched I from Marco bell and Ellie in their ugly loss to the Spurs, Marcus Morris, Novi suffering sympathy pains or an independent injury. But he is also dealing with the neck issue like his brother, but he should be back on Monday and Robert Williams who's mistime with green injury. He could be available on Monday. But they've got Thais and Orford ahead of him. I do like the element that he provides. So putting a little more pressure on the rim with this group. Finally Bulbul who's been touched by the top ten pick. He suffered a navicular injury. So he's going to miss the year. He's hopeful to return in the summer, obviously the navicular injury. Michael Jordan suffered it. Joel Embiid, the Drancy gas Gusset it's been injury that a lot of beer guys have struggled. So it's not great..

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"zaza" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"zaza" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"She makes it turns into talkies and in less than ten years as I said, she appears in over one hundred twenty movies and comedic shorts. Now comedic shorts were like this thing in its you. If you ever go to black and white like, remember, the old silent movie theater? Back in the day. There used to be comedic shorts. Like Buster Keaton, laurel and hardy and all those guys they would put out these little short movies that were like wasn't an hour. It was like twelve minutes long or whatever she was in a ton of those and in nineteen thirty one producer. How Roach teams her up? He gets us idea that he wants to have like a female, laurel and hardy he thinks that it'd be great. And then all the broS in the thirties. Like, you're ruining my childhood. Women. Women aren't funny say, and then they'll do like a four part harmony. Sweet caroline. So how Roach teams though, Matata up with a very famous actress Zaza pits is very actually you. Look a lot like she has these big Brown eyes. She's very kind of dramatic looking. And she looks like she's an amazing silent film actress because she was very expressive. So the two of them it's like, the blonde and the picture I saw this as we pitch Burnett could have changed in the twenty in the later in her career. But there they do a bunch of shorts. You know, those famous comedy shorts. They start in like hot dogs. It's basically like original you to where it's like, we just need to make money content. Fall down a couple of times break your necklace. And then Dr car, she'll be hilarious. Your women. One of their shorts was called. Let's do something. Let's go with it. Let's do something put publish it on YouTube now, so good. Okay. So then when Zaza pits lease how roaches like production company over contract dispute. Dhamma Todd is then paired up with an actress named Patsy Kelly and they make a ton more. Now while she is under how Roach's tutelage never said that word before he creates something called the you might enjoy it's called the potato clause. He just he believed that thumb had a weight problem. Okay. So he stipulated that he put in her contract that potato clause. If she gained more than five pounds. She'd be fired Jays. So of course, they'll mother was there to the rescue giving her diet pill k which she, of course, became addicted to and this is and she also is a huge drinker. And this is now when this turns into the Karen Coburg store. Those never miss Massachusetts. I try runner up. I couldn't get that. But Tonto glide on fire. Okay. She plays opposite Buster Keaton. But eventually what she gets famous for is being the blonde in all the Marx brothers movies that all the brothers are into including horse feathers and monkey business some of their most famous movies, if you haven't watched a Marx brother movie, you absolutely should they're super hilarious. They genuinely are great comedy and Chico. Marx is truly one of my favorite performers. He plays the piano, then he does jokes while he's playing a piano. He does piano playing jokes. Like you have to see it. But it's like one of my favorite thing. Okay. He's amazing. So in nineteen thirty one she stars opposite, Chester Morris, your favorite actor in pre code crime drama called corsair, and the director of that movie was a man named role in west who then began to have an on again off again affair with us. Mary van. In nineteen thirty two. She marries a self proclaimed producer, and you gotta hate a self proclaimed producer. I mean, here's the thing about Hollywood. It was founded by people in the mafia and creeps it just was they were self proclaimed everything they were so they were just proclaiming all over town..

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Kevin Durant of Golden State Warriors out two weeks

CBS Sports Radio

01:11 min | 4 years ago

Kevin Durant of Golden State Warriors out two weeks

"Four one five eight away knb are as funny four zero eight said baltimore's no joke those kids know how to ball but my bracket is eft absolutely and then here we go seven 707 seven i have another sharks fan saying that the sharks don't have enough scoring ability to win the cup well you know i it's all about a hug all in the playoffs but and they've got to get that power play going but nice foreign to put up a seven spot tonight they need to get jumbo back with i don't know if that's happening and then the golden state warriors who we found out earlier today kevin durant got a problem with this rebel little fracture he's going to be out for a couple of weeks there already without clan stuff they lose tonight to the kings at oracle the number one seed that ship just sailed on down the river that's not happening now it would be highly unlikely not only because the war warriors are banged up and they're putting out guys there i mean the starting lineup tonight was just something that you never thought that you would see for a warriors game draymond green andrea go darlas zaza pachulia quinn cook and nick young by the way quinn cook we finally saw what we've been hearing about this guy and what he's been accomplishing and the g league quinn cook tonight had the touch ten of thirteen from the.

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