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"zoom co" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

08:10 min | 1 d ago

"zoom co" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Pittsburgh steelers fans welcome to another episode of steelers his touch down on. I'm not payroll and on joined by my co host is always mock. Davison mock has a gallon. Get I met you how we doing the steelers and now five and over five and zero. I didn't think the is we're going to be at this point at this time but. Here we all I believe seven weeks into the competition. Steel is applying good football. Overall, we haven't made it rely on the Ben just yet for that game winning touchdown yet still was applying playing some some brand of football that the whole world can enjoy. Yeah and steelers fan on the other side of the world. It's happy face right now like. We've wonder faded where one of three undefeated teams say hoax and this way it's not up against the Tennessee titans like how good is it? Oh, it's fantastic and if I. Give. A shoutout to out to Asha. Rookie on this team and AS Roma's whereby father. Nicer you know. You and I are both enjoying this show and talking steelers football but sought to give a quick shout to steelers nation Germany, who I reached out through on facebook and I talked to one of the blocks say who runs a page and then I I go into the discord and our solid token to another fellow, and then there's other fellow are different your name but I think you're listening to the show and I said to you said to me all have you heard about steelers the touchdown? And I said My. Main Matty As me a ninety we. Talking you went way so it's good to see. Getting around the globe it's great to see that out to voices. In. Germany and hopefully, Knicks looking for a partner or. A be. No way you'll literally saying that the to Ozzy Larrikin talk everything steelers on. Beta. Say this is what like lanes are idol not cost what not wear county it's awesome. We love joining all you listeners live every Saturday morning. Minute tell me where he hitting the Germans. steelers fans as well that that that's terrific. Earth is often what a Brazilian the live Chad and is like a couple. Mexican Mexicans. Well, say fairly regularly this I like and that's it steals nation is worldwide stills. Nation is J. graphically constricted. It's old is passionate fans out there and I think. It's a big one, his wealth to the. People contribute to Beta say the editors co editors the podcast. The guys that wrought for the pages. Well, Dole the longtime Betas Defense, like thank you for bringing audience national fans you into the family. I mean we wouldn't. We would never show with wasn't any setting community you know and it's and it's commute brought together by the black and golden. It's something that. Should be trivial trivialized in when we we've we thank the family before. We all really really appreciative and it's it's amazing how these bonded of. Rooting, for the steelers brings paper to to get. Yeah, it's up. Absolutely incredible. Really. You know we're on the slack chat gnawed got used to code and when I was talking to the fellows from steelers in Germany. I've spoken to I think the God his name is Nick who I spoke to Zoom Co.. Didn't one of the big photo events. It shows you how like for me how important the steelers aw as a fan. And on the other side as a community aspect, the main main is off. Matt. We haven't even met yet, but we're pretty good night's but it shows you you know like this is why we fall at team and it's even better when the steelers a five and I five and zero and a crush, the brands bike guys off in the third quarter crying it's just this is what we this is what we love to do. This is what we enjoy the season. Exactly. Exactly. So. Since mocks taste a little bit there what we'll be covering today show we will be covering the way steals absolutely took out the browns will we be previewing these weights matchup which you know by the time this GonNa air will be liberating the match tomorrow against the Tennessee Titans the title of today's show which. Is the bigger. They are the harder they fall. and. If, you think to everyone we've had this this year with the steelers h have played the biggest the opposition of the biggest stop Playa the further into the ground, the steelers have tackled them the further into the ground they've batted the ball down the furthering into the end zone we've run to tighten down. So that's the that's the show is same for this wake it's the biggest holiday full. Soma. Before we get into. The big personalities in the big lies in the browns. And how they fell loss wake. Devin Bush. Hey fell pretty hard. Yeah. He certainly did these these. second-year player and he's coming into his defense. He's. For raising he's going to be maced but. I still think in the feeling I get with the steelers tame and I would like your thoughts as well he will be missed but a one basic choice in where we're GONNA lose the next ten games. Iraq. I still think there's still a defense is is a is a crushing blow to any quarterback cam high within the middle when I saw when I saw came highway on the sideline. The NFL focus in norm and he just he looks like he wants a super bowl and more he he looks a connected and he just wants to get things moving and take j. on the edge and big bud. Dupree lot you say had two sacks. It's just Bush will be missed. Coverage. And things like that and that's fans or glide we will. Be Skeptical of what's going to happen. But we don I think I think Robert SPLAYING. We'll do a good enough job. Even, do a better job in certain areas like he had on on hookah. Tells Amazing. Did you see that he don't hooper? Yeah. That was that was a true thump that da that judgment of the ground and again Herp is a big man berry was the hotter he fell. Yet. When you and I did a talking united throughout chats messages was talking to a few of the other Bates USA. Contributors. In slack as well about what the options, what the options are there with Bush. I. Agree with. Pot I do agree that this isn't going to be Shazia. Lot? Collapse. and. Like when that will turn out to be career ending Injury Happen Shady Shazia was what defensive MVP level player that point like an particularly in two thousand seventeen had like Ronnie was four five or six or whatever where there was multiple tacos for a while also some. Would couple of interceptions. He was just a couple of fumble recoveries. The was told by, Hey, was feeling, which will give out a different different player when it comes to Devon Bush and Sicne appl-. A like even thome Austin one of his press conferences earlier in the week as well. You know. How How does this affect you your tame moving forward with the green dot. And Tomlin fly back. Pretty quickly. I think it might have been diddy him, Kabbalah that US question he was very quick to say you know what? Reality is, is that we only gave the green don't to Devon. We had it in the case if you like the defense. Of. Literally, quite tillman directly the season he'd only been doing it five games safe. You think that this is going to disrupt a defense. You have like, no, it's not. We've got we already for.

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"zoom co" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

03:56 min | 2 weeks ago

"zoom co" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Of Balance With the people around you who are just happy to. Fix Cars, cut down trees and never bear and whatever. Yeah. So once you have that Miami never going to be that person again, it's like once chance slower third leg, you can't have to anymore. So you'll situation bizarrely a few outcomes you stay where you are you communicate online and do you like. podcasting like this, you'd have to put it online but reach out to people and described with them. All of the people who Diogo of they know your best friend for life reach out. Have a conversation with them as I said when I D podcasts I feel so amazing off towards right because of the stuffy spoken about. But if you WANNA put it online than Nash, just a reason to keep. Speaking to these people because you've got. Stuff out for people but really about the conversation between you and somebody else. Oh you have to pick your ass up and move to a place where you have like minded people so. The factual Cinco is perfect. The fact that your grandparents you might need to be around for them. That's not perfect. So you've got things that could hold you back. But if you -bility to move find a place where there's like minded people I, don't know where in America as might be California Florida I. Don't know what he's. Let's just say Yogi people hang out right. But if you have a job and you can pay the rent, it's no different to being here and paying the rent having a job it's no different. You know the payment be more in a in a California but the rents more your wage might be less here but you rents less says ratio and. Really there is no other choice once she become to eleven of. Awareness. You Eva. Hang around the vibrations or you suffering inside wishing that you. Have this energy I was the same. So. There is no tipoffs online reach out stay where you are physically move to this lifestyle and he doesn't have the America get to. Norway got the Franck got to Belgium. Go to Sweden Iceland right just in a place where there's more like minded people like you know. Is a yoga classes where you are or meditation classes like Western Nearest Yoga. A gym but does Yoga. Legend active. The does yoga stuff and classes pilot season. Yeah. Around here there's not there's not much I just started teaching a friend in her family some yoga and we did a little meditation this last week and so I I'm starting to like do my own teaching here and. There is. Where my father lives, he lives in a he has about seventy acres on. Have you heard of Austin Texas off course I've had vaults and taxes in fucking. He's got about seventy acres down in Austin Texas, and he told me to just come down and he can be can build a house somewhere on the line and. Runs down next to the river. It's really nice kids. Yeah. You Let. Yeah build a Yoga Studio and teach people virtually. Exactly. He says like all you have to do is come down here and help me farm the land I was like all right I'll get on the tractor and motor hey. Having a purpose doing bat in nature is already something more powerful than yoga meditation because that's sorta compensate this material life where you're cutting the grass in nature. That's all humans have had. And he could build a farmhouse cabin do online virtual yoga don't charge initially but as build up people thought charging and just like a laptop on the wall get Yoga Mat and record and just zoom co like with Yogi Shit. That's how you doing anyway for like you and your House fifty people on the screen apart for doing yoga and people get to know your..

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"zoom co" Discussed on The Long and The Short Of It

The Long and The Short Of It

13:50 min | 3 weeks ago

"zoom co" Discussed on The Long and The Short Of It

"Was two years ago. But no, it was only one year. It's absolutely crazy I've been thinking a lot about. How much can happen in such a short amount of time and you don't even realize it's happening while it's happening. It's like when you get to a point to look at it from a different perspective that you realize Oh my goodness so much change. Yeah. Yeah it's like we've talked about change happening drip-by-drip. We've talked about doing one percent at a time and eventually over time things get in equities better or things. Progress I guess is a better way of framing it and you can't see it in the moment like. In any given day, I can't really tell if things are changing. If you know progress is being made in my work or in someone else's work or in the world but then you have a moment where you look back and you're like, wow, a lot has changed. So I guess maybe the the question on the issue I'm packing a little bit is. What do we do with that? How do we create pauses to think about the change that's being made and recognize it pat ourselves on the back and keep moving forward. Well. Here's the thing that's been in my noodle. Is. Time capsules like. Having these recordings, this is a time capsule, and so it's so obvious. Now listening to it to hear how different people are actually I spoke to one of those people today and I was saying to her own my goodness a year ago when you introduce yourself to everyone, you were speaking easily half an octave higher than your natural speaking voice you over were the nerves in her voice. And then she was like really in today's voice. You just proved my point. It's interesting to have these time capsules. So like with that experience in mind since both of us went through that together you and I. We have these recordings and then what's really crazy to me is we have this exit survey at the end of the lab. We had people talk about how far they had come and the things they felt like they got or didn't get and they were very honest and very in the moment while we went back to those people a couple of. Weeks ago to ask them the impact of that experience now, and you can't even believe it's the same person who on the last day of the lab was like I feel like I learned a lot of things and it'll be interesting to see how this goes moving forward, and then now is like it was the most important experience of my entire life. Because they've had all of this time to sit with. Their learnings and so what it got me thinking about is, where am I putting my own personal time capsules like we have the mud cast but we know it's going to be released like what are the things that will be surprised to go back to in a while? I like that I, mean the puck does feels like a an obvious one I. Imagine I mean I haven't done it for a long long time but if we went back and listen to one the first ten episodes or something. Oh. We sound so young and innocent ridiculous. We must do ridiculous but the time capsule. So one that comes to mind for me, I can't actually remember if I've ever talked about this in the podcast or just with you offline. is at the end of when I was a student in the NBA, which is the online leave she workshop that Seth Godin design. So that was over three years ago. One of the things I did for my final project was I recorded a video. To myself from my future self. It was kind of Meta I was like, Hey, it's paid in two years time I've got a few messages for you. I know you just finish the ultimate I want you to remember Blah Blah Blah Blah. And I went back and watched it. I think it was like three months later and I went back and watched like six months later and it wasn't too wasn't too painful to watch and what was wild was after the six months I was like, Oh, the things that I'm talking about in two time. I'm like doing now in six months. That's pretty cool. And then a month or so ago a friend of mine she's also taken the NBA we'll talking about our experiences. And I was like, Oh, I did a video to my future self Blah Blah and she's like could I say it? I was like sure and so I went to find it to send it to her house like I watch it and I watched probably the first ten seconds I had to stop. It's like, Oh my oh, my God I sound. We. It an innocent in Yagi stupid and ignorant and like all of those things and so it was like I'd created a time capsule and now felt we to even listen to it. Oh, my gosh that's so funny. Maybe you'll put it in the box of goodies. Based on your face, I'm guessing the answer that. I mean the Internet didn't freeze that. Was Me really pausing to think about? I. Think we've talked about we did actually talk about it. We've talked about future self is an episode before. which is in a way, it's the kind of the universe of a time capsule. Or is it? I guess anything that you're capturing now that you're going to take a look at later is in some way a So have you got a practice or process or have you got something access to the time capsule? Well, as I'm sitting here, thinking about this, I realized that I do capture a lot of my work now in recording form like I do a lot of my writing by speaking into my phone. Into autre excellent APP will drop it in the box of goodies. And so I have all these recordings that I've never gone back and listened to because I was dissatisfied with the quality of thinking I was doing. So just like never went back to them, but it would be interesting to go back and hear what was important to me at that time, and then see if there are any new connections that could maybe breath those ideas back to life. So that feels like something I'm interested in doing, and then the other thing is during this. Era I'm recognizing I have my five minutes journal. But I probably could be doing a better job. Of creating a record of what is happening right now, what things I'm looking at what things I'm learning big questions because not only will I want to look back at this time in the future and be like, Whoa, that was some crazy stuff but it might also be cool for future generations of my of my family to go. Oh, we heard of the great covid pandemic of twenty twenty. You know great great grandma was in and this is what she had to say. Okay. That sparks to really interesting thoughts. Well, I'll let you in the list determine if they're interesting, it's boxster thoughts. The first is you're right. I hadn't actually thought about that like I've been writing a page every morning and doing five minute journal for over five years like six years. And so it's wild to think that they are time capsules every now and then I might go back and read them but I didn't do it that often and so I guess the question I have which maybe we can explore in a second is like what a time capsules actually four like are they useful? What what could we use them for? What might we use them for but every now and then I go back and read and I have the same reaction to. What you described with folks in the big ideas lab the same reaction to what I described with the video which was like Oh. Wow I'm I, feel like a different person than the person that wrote this and yet? It was me like it's the same person just. Different context, different levels of development ideas and all of that. So And then I guess the other thing that the thought it sparked us to throw this out there is. Actually told you this. So your idea of capturing things for future generations has been something I've observed I don't know if this happens in the states but or other families even but in my family, it's like my dad, my mom, my aunties get to a certain age. And, they'd probably listening. So Hey, on ankles and dads and MOMS, and all of a sudden they really wanna find out more about the family tree in the family and they go to ancestry dot com and it's like a whole project and there's a spreadsheet and there's an a four three bit of paper. It's like family map and and I sort of it go. Wow that's kind of fascinating. Anyway, I was thinking about. Like a year or so ago. What is my equivalent of that? How did I capture interesting stories ideas from my parents and aunties and uncles and family members so that future generations might be able to access it in easy away because I've seen the pain of trying to find birth certificates and death certificates and all of that anyway I started a family podcast. which is private just for our family and I've interviewed each member of family wants so far. Right Yeah Yeah Yes. Yeah. It's We've done. So my immediate family. Of US including me. So I interviewed the four others my mom, my dad, my brother and my sister, and then my brother interviewed me and we call it season. One was like the early days of when you're a child and so. We. All answer the questions and then we all went back and listened, and then we had the zoom co where we will like what did you? Watch what was it like listening to one another share the same memories, but from different angles and all these things. Anyway I'm talking a lot but the point is. I realized what I did was I created a potential TOPKAPI. I didn't even think of it like that. Oh my goodness I WANNA borrow this from you. This is such a brilliant idea. And I am fascinated by the notion that you would like, pick an event that all the family members were at and then interview them about that event and get all the different stories because, of course, everybody's experiences totally different of what that event was and what it meant. Oh my Gosh I love that. Yes. So my first question not to go into it too much. The first question I I. Think I borrowed this slightly from Krista Tippett on being and her podcast she asked the same question at the start of every episode. So my first question to all of the family members and my brother asked me. What are your memories of dinner at like? What are your memories of the dinner table? And everyone was like, Oh, I remember these servants I remember like Isis seated in this chair I remember dad used to say this and it was like Slightly different iterations of the same thing and so yeah, it's been it's been fascinating. Whoa I love that this just made my mind bounce to the greatest gift I ever received from my mother. My mom as a gift to myself and my two sisters this was. I'm going to say it was like maybe six or seven years ago digitized every single thing she had in terms of photographs and videos everything. So we're talking home movies. Back to when my family got their first camera, we're talking photographs of generations that we never even knew digitize the whole thing, and then gave it to us for the holidays for Hanukkah, and it was the most meaningful gift. It was so generous I can't even imagine how much time. Went into that but talk about like a multigenerational time capsule but it's because of the way my computer syncs with my phone all of those images ended up on my phone. So sometimes kate and I will be scrolling through pictures of her as a baby or a toddler, and we'll come across these thousands of pictures of family members. I never knew is so amazing because it really does remind you that you are establishing something right now. That future generations of your lineage will be able to name as their history. But that also you are existing only because of the people in those photos and what they fought for what they cared about the fears that they overcame and the dreams that they had so that you could exist it's sort of beautiful and that way. It really is a reminds me of something you said to me many many times, which is everything has storytelling value. And often we go through a day and we think that. Today was the same as yesterday. I did a similar thing. I didn't collect any new stories or anything like that but to your point everything we're doing. In any given day. Is Nudging forward a story creating a new story pulling on an existing story and adding another chapter to it. So that we can tell it someone else can go back and look at it or we can at some point, sit down and look at the change that's been made through those Yeah okay. This is now pulling my brain over this direction on Monday So I don't know when this episode is going to be released on on the Monday in question our country was mourning the loss of Ruth Bader. Ginsburg she.

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"zoom co" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

04:58 min | Last month

"zoom co" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"And My zooms co host Giles. Warning Giles. Morning reporting for duty Sir Madame I'm not quite sure what they say because we're going to be in the army. Now we're having a military episode. We aren't why we have had so many people requesting this is a subject for podcast including David, tally Brian. Lebron. Lionel Janes many more. So yes, we're going to take a closer look at the man. I should just say such a huge subject the. In terms of his impact on language that we are going to concentrate on the army for this podcast but we are going to return and sent me cover submariners the navy eminent women said, we will return do you have military connections your family? Well, imagine your grandparents would have served in the war. Yes they did and my dad was in the area. And he was an air traffic controller and he will he served in Gibraltar which is a partner nightmare for landings and takeoffs so and very practical from that point fee. It's a nightmare. I mean if you all of the you actually land over the main road, they closed the road while the Anna. Planes Land it's one of those places anything. About you I. E Yeah. Well, my grandfather was in the Indian army So he was as British person in the Indian Army. And he until nineteen, forty seven and he came home to retire my father was in the army during the Second World War I have a son who is in the Army I have a son in law who? Is in the army and indeed now actually runs a military charity, but I had a fascinating experience. When my son was at Sandhurst. Did some officer training and we went to the parade where they all when they graduate and I was following the head of Sandhurst of the commanding officer and the Young Female Cadet officer who had won the sort of honor that year And I was walking behind him and the the young woman who had won the Boehner she said to the commanding officer what do I do with the.

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"zoom co" Discussed on Room 77 | Podcast

Room 77 | Podcast

06:34 min | 2 months ago

"zoom co" Discussed on Room 77 | Podcast

"They wanted us to give out as a public service announcement when you attend our game night or any zoom function than a hat or any zoom co when you change your name to something like hot NC couple remember on Monday morning you may have a business meeting and your name pops up as hot and see couple There may be some questions just a friendly reminder. Doing this for eighteen years, we've learned a lot and for Larne and myself we have this discussion. It is about the relationships that we have with with everyone that friendships you build the people that you meet just the ability to talk to people who are open minded and open hearted really because it's the H-, the hearts that mean the most it is a life changing community to get into and we value every friendship. We have every person we meet every couple we made You are some of the most amazing human beings. Caney. Right so Sorry. Okay. I'm GonNa Chew Gum because I think it's going to help me. It's going to help me concentrate I. Know I'm going row. Off Script. We value all of those friendships so much and we just wanted to say thank you if you need anything get in touch with us, you know where you can find us right here. We're here for you. We're just sitting around waiting for you to message of. Usually while I'm in the middle of Netflix movie and I'm like my talk. I'll answer you find what pause buttons therefore. So reach out. All right. So now I know that some of that was a little bit heavy dramatic. You might say, so I would like to lighten things up with a little story about sexual assault. Now. It's not about sexual. Saw It is actually about sex it does involve the sex, the s the coitus, but it involves the Nella. I'm not a huge fan of vanilla I mean exponential sacks just follow me here I like Vanilla but sometimes the. Doesn't know what the fuck it wants some time. The LILLA gets very, very confused and I have to explain things to vanilla that all the other flavors out there they have defined themselves but you for some reason are trying to use me to question your sexuality ice. Cream. Person Bonilla. So basically, what happened is we had a couple of people came in to people came in to visit us. At one of them specifically was your friends and this is one of those friends that people have. That are always like, Oh my God and have sex with your husband yet but they're vanilla and you're like very funny. Yeah. But I will stick it in you. So they know what we're into, but they keep everything separate but they still flirt and they still are interested a lot of flirting a lot of flirting a lot of teasing. Yeah and I feel like it's on the lifestyle side to be like just hit the brakes lady. Right. You I mean it's sort of comes down on us. Now that's a fine in August, but you hear it for you know a couple of years and it's a joke and it's funny until. Ice Cream cone gets very, very drunk. Put a little alcohol on that ice cream cone way more courage flom Bay this person is getting drunker and drunker by the second. Yeah. Getting more and more aggressive. We've not spoken to each other since this event happen how many times did I say? No, it's now my God, right but million. Yeah. I, answered for you. Anyway. Thank you like a million it's like nighttime. She's like come on let's all go to the poor me. I'm like. Well, it's nine o'clock at night. You can't go to the pool nine o'clock at night close it's closed not let's go to the pool when I say physically dragging me. Yes to the pool. Yes. I'm like I know this is location be. I. Get now, this is where our little vanilla ice cream cone wants to dirty things. I'm not doing this I'm not going swimming. There are rules in this neighborhood that we live in right pool is closed. It is late their neighbors long story short. We got there there's like seven people hanging out by the. Money I guess they don't have any rose here about the pool I guess you can use it twenty four hours a day do mind you I have been in our little residential pool counting last Summer Zero Times zero. Times I've been inside of that pool I've never really been there have walked past it and said, Oh there's a pool here and that's about as far as data they did know the rule practice the rules. Are the rules so when you come over here. I'll go to the pool the middle and yet. So she dragged me into the pool I mean dragged sort of being dry and she's an attractive attractive person that is in a bikini. Now she looks amazing a fucking became and I'm like this podcast is about meat trying to not have sex with people. So she takes me to the pool. We're sort of floating around there. It happens she grabs macaca. Short sign shorts on. Yeah. Because that's the community pool but that didn't last for a long time does he shoves her hand down into your pampers grandma on the outside I was on the outside, and then what happens to men is he gets it creates excitement blood rushes to that area and your member extends right you three sometimes five times the size. Not, in my case, but sometime, is that true what I learned in school I don't know I mean from cold if we're in the Arctic, you fully hard five times. I don't think that sounds very off. You know not really but it would be interesting to see three inches to eight inches and fifteen inches. Five Maybe three Tosa I'll have to do an experiment we should have did it in the last game? Yeah. We should have pre-measured premeasured women love average pianist game nights such a hit anyway very very quickly as you noticed my member comes out of my shoes soups. Right well, she can handle a hand job that's fine. Not having sex with her just soaking it.

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"zoom co" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me

Talk Filmy to Me

09:26 min | 2 months ago

"zoom co" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me

"ECOMOG met tried to matter before being there was a thing which is Kinda Co.. As as an hour maybe time, maybe they'll they'll run up out of night but. I'M A hi. Hopeful saying wholesome franchises come back for one last go. fetter software that was pretty cool. Small face is that Ron Reynolds is doing something quite amazing. He's shipping the Group Initiative or a group effort initiative. US should say, which is a a self-financed diversity and inclusion program, and the goat of this is to give people of color a chance to work and learn. Under. He's he's productions, banner unders, productions company that means he aims to bring intend to twenty Chinese who are black or indigenous our people of color who from mushrooms communities across I, each and various spectrums of life to come and what needs production house on various films. That's nice we need people who there motionless. Canadians, Clinton Labor can either let's paypal singing imagine on instagram thinking actually do action. At a actually like Mike should happen. He's just a a stand up tonight. She's so lovely days other. He's going to be a English coal house being accused of domestic violence in twenty years like Johnny Depp is currently, but you never know. For, legal reasons we must site we. Choose is fine. Out Yeah Yeah allegedly allegedly recites Ed sorry. Let's let's finish off I. Mean it's not not much news this week but let's talk trade. It was dropped Liam Nason. Somehow is still making action movies. He's made a action movie, the honest faith and the try to drop. The Synopsis Movies Essentially, a Mason plays a bank robber is been robbing banks all of his life, and in the twilights years has found love law he's decided to come clean. So he went to a local police station. The Benko you've been full. And said I'll hand off my money but turns out the cooks. And they took his money and framed him for murder. on the land trying to clear he's nine being Torres Bank robber whilst trying to protect the women he loves I mean. I love Shitty action. Flick as much as the next guy, but it's caught with kind of seen this movie before. Is Liam Nathan the right guy replying movies the diesel things anymore like there's one hilarious in Detroit away. It's just basically it can I described two old men fighting where tossing what each other and I fold out of a window. It's not as bad as the fight scene in God. What was The gangster movie on Netflix. Yarosh. The Can may be at particular flight so in but it does still look at it Oh bit pants but then again yeah. Well, you try yet. Now. I haven't I'm you pretty much described exactly I seem so. We gotta take what we can gather moment. True a lot of people like I still stand by this. Guy Said, streep things, innings of you're never condemned the so. buffoonery is Halcion the numbness to to what he was saying because it was constructed the way he did say stuff for the film he was promoting at that point was actually a really good film I really do recommend it. But other than that is not really much else that has happened. That that's it for. This week. I never done this over. Obviously. We're no physically together, but there's no reason why Can't communicate over the Internet, nothing's going to happen. Should is sitting in a circle. Spit it. We invite you to use us to us on any communication. Is anyone there. Please come for. We're talking about this over the start. The episode we're going to be reviewing it now shut original code host. This is a horror movie. It's very, very unique in it's it's been filmed entirely over his co... The film Zarni an hour long and raising for that gets that in a minute. But essentially zoomed photos the course of six people who high a medium to hold a silence over Uzumcu, and this is done during lockdown life imitating art and all that and essentially things wrong think paramore tippety. Mates May skype essentially at this film. Is so good at building up tension very very quickly. It gets a lot of dialogue don very snappy down a very civil conversation at some things that comes across. If you listened in view, you've already heard some of this side of try out ground so much but odie actors actually life is basically having a week zoom co during lockdown just keep themselves sane whether it's doing their various film quizzes or just catching up on life. rights is. This a prank, an from that prank, it bursts into a youtube video which got like seven million hits and then banged they've got they've got a movie all of a sudden they didn't went and finance since and got support for. So I absolutely was not expecting this films be as good as it is. Now disrespects the paper that made it. It's just that when you hear small independently the kind of Mida Zoom. So suffering is not that good. Seriously this is amazing in terms of like it just pull out the failings of tension fittings of dreads, and because you've got the limitation of the Ernie viewpoint you have is their face for a Webcam. Within never, you only have one perspective which means how very creative with how they used negative spice. Helda. Used little things in the background. I'm going keep coming back power no mark demonstrate because this is why I've had the Seinfield's of the just. The Following the person on the screen right now at she on following someone else's screen because in my peripheral I can see a pair of legs hanging. Is GonNa go and they just in such a way where it it really does just it's just moss for storytelling and it's done so well and you can tell now now I know that they're actually friends outside of what he can see the chemistry like that actually so that the white the daughter works we travel it it does flow sorry well, and like I'm a massive fan of a fifty six minute movie and that's not because that's I'd just say something about the punch of it. John Chance to say this yet body better horror movies is that what is this stuff safety? I while I mean I've light you are if you put the premise out without people are okay. That sounds interesting. But old of reviews in CEOS even from the trade I kind of deduced they've done pre effective job. We've got the tools that. And sometimes you tiny people when you remove. Limitations and the minister kind of just a small box to offer in can really come up. So amazing. So I'm Lou wet impressed, and ready. Glad that people. Make this. I mean it makes you feel like shit that with been doing during lockdown is recording podcasts and binge watching TV these people actually went in crate it up and It's yeah `and one of the things which I'm reading a lot reviews because a major outlets picnics out very very quickly and Escaped my backup that law Peterson yeah, it's good for look. Cool thing United just. Right. Great horror movie and. I, really hope this births a bunch of sequels I hope that everyone involves gets a truckload of money Amazing things as a result of this because it's deserved like this I really am champion this movie I really did enjoy it and I haven't been scared like that in a long time bit. Put this stuff Covering my eyes will put in my muffing and then some over this movie in particular I didn't want it to end when what happens next I'm not against any spoilers territory Guy Wealth these these six individuals have to arisen who is very much necessities is the mother of innovation and the necessity for having to do this in isolation having to do this on their own savage distance in Mississippi homes and stuff it's just done in such a like you say it's something you think. too, hot is fucking hard. We actually think about the detail were the heads do I am really up initiatives surprise package from a. m. I think that be cheap in comparison to what he's GonNa Bring in terms of subscriptions but. Probably know enough compared to how great this movie at she is compared to Next guy what some critics assigning lockout runs might is right now sitting at one hundred percent on the Mehta and the audience school is giving ICT percent very high praise. 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"zoom co" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:16 min | 3 months ago

"zoom co" Discussed on Double Toasted

"When you say did dated. Della Luna, thank you, thank you, so folks. We got a lot of things to do and man I had a dream. I went to the theater for a movie premiere. Got There was all excited. And, when even thinking about it and then bright before walking in I was like wait. I can't go in there. What the Hell am I doing here? This was a full. It was partially full like this inside trump air. It's a theater so i. don't know what kind of distancing. They're practicing the not going to be. There Khairnar came. Don't attach them at the front. I didn't get that. It might even a critic screening, but I was just so like like so happy only to go like wake up out of it like not actually wake up within my dream going on what the hell! No, I can't do this. Yeah, man! How were you thinking you've been what you dream? About gardening you know better in. Doing. Or not doing social social dream in. Spring Coronas. and. You'LL DRINK Freddie Krueger fucking people as I'll get you out to the vaccine. I ain't doing nothing right? Now was better than my dream that I had last week was I was having sex with Having pseudo sex with a rod rentals wife who was not blake lively. What he gets. He was obviously cheat. Now there was some Going on. Yeah more. What's worse? Me having sex with another man's wife are US brand corona out there. Oh, man! I got this taken a male today in the email speaking of Ryan Reynolds. And it said Hey, you've been invited to. A tasting a vodka, Avia aviation vodka gin tasting with Ryan Rentals I was like. Oh, well, we'll shit right on. Hold on. Is this going to work because it's putting on my total wine and it's like Oh easy. You come by total wine and buy a bottle of aviation gin, and then when you ask home when you computer. Reynolds will drink it with you on zoom. Call with everybody. Does it Kinda cool? I guess. You. Try to play this down getting. Your zoom co around rose drinking. That's the new happy hour. Jesus man. Is Robert is going to be I. Don't know if he's there say he's their. People welcome to the cell. He this man. He's turned his nose. With however, many people well, let's just say that you're on there. And how how many people on a zoom call at one time? I think. We did one with twenty people. Man That's like being at a not even a party. That's like being at a dinner. With Ryan Reynolds Man. The world's MOST AWKWARD DINNER BUT! I, don't you sit there pretend because there's no way you would do. You would not I would do this. Man My skin me again. I will forward it to you because it's not like it's exclusive to me I will how? I look at is like all right. This is not exclusive. This is whoever is on the total wine mailing lists. Get this, I. You know what? GimMe the invitation also son I'll come back and report to you okay. Man It was prerecorded. Iran rentals. Base for drinking mush in. You fucking idiot. Did you really think I was going to be here? Don't you stupid? Now? Dressed up like deadpool's. I mean plus when you go to a tasting. They're giving you samples. Does not like. Show up and buy your own shit and then hey, get on the on the call so I can tell you thank you sucker what I mean. But it's not always if you go to a tasting Ron Reynolds, is Thanksgiving you? Okay. He's not going to be. Giving it to me now that tell you about the invitation I got. This chicken Ron Ronald was going to.

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"zoom co" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

06:56 min | 3 months ago

"zoom co" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Fucked. And I want my part of that. To be true to yourself this the truth to be true to if I was more of a Dick. I'd have a better life. Whatever happy life, if I was actually more of an also if I just took. What was offered in kind of like a kind of? Cruel transactional way. Not. A IF IF I. was like yeah I'm being fetish is, but fuck it. Yeah, like whatever but fuck if I was dot. Talk of Dude. I'd actually be more attractive. There was a situation a few months ago. Well a mattress on one of these dating sites. Frenchwoman like very attractive, we're talking. Eventually unmatched me because I wasn't sexually aggressive enough. Because she wanted she'd come to like She'd come about in. On staff a few days, and she wanted to be used, and she wanted to be used by black man who would disrespect to us as you want me to go round basically and just do what happened. I said look, we've not even had a drink we've not. She wanted a very specific type of black guy. It was takeout. Caught. Explain how degrading that vote. Because you match with somebody like all. This poses interested in me whatever she didn't. Why did you match them? Because I looked like someone who would degrade her? I was like Oh. Yeah, he's. He's dark skinned enough. He'll get that one and all candy this to me and then the fuck man leave. That's what she wanted from me. People joke, HA, ha! Knows disgusting and I talked. About this. They sound surprised that like. Why wouldn't you want to? See You. Don't get it. I don't like feeling. Like fifty dot so disgusting on degrading and horrifying horrific like. I'll never get over that. I'll never forget how that feels. The power dynamics lab. It's disgusting. It's disgusting 'cause. It's like I. Want You? I'm choosing you to the right. May I want you to live a stereotype, but is going to really emotionally harm you. I'm going to walk away with my satisfaction OCTA was playing the game playing this narrative, which ultimately affirms Hawaii power so wholly and completely. Its so colonial. So colonial and I don't know how we get free of it I have friends who are like I'm never dating a white person again. They've had such horrifying experiences like experience. They poured love and care to our only for the past data to turn around. And have a racist family. Or to endorse far right politics, these people they've loved. This is not like they've suddenly woken up and go. Oh, we! We don't do as a matter of self care and sexual intimacy and physical intimacy emergency. I just can't date white people. This is this is what people have said to me like. That's not my. And actually fuck it would if it was like the point is these people like from their experiences that have been so traumatic like I gave my gave years of my life to these people. On the sexual gratification, you know what's really painful. No me is like obviously by being a mostly white city still and Germany as well as white country. Is really sad because I think to myself generation below. Twenty twenty five Amazon. That's not my day. It's not. I'm not creep. Thought Generation of people. That going to be okay. I see like inter-racial relationships in their age group and the side thing is. It feels too late for someone like me actually. which is weird into each of forty, but it feels about Nathan. It feels like. I'm fighting for life for those people. But I noticed inside things like even like dating sites, and I've got. Might this conversation to be offset to saying this? A that dating APPs because. People aren't that interested like. I have friends who is massive age bracket like. They go in these sites and make it so many more dating opportunities than I get. As a matter of course like one friend of mine was single for few months synchronize. Friend of mine has loaded dates. It's how about you. How's dating going? I'm like. US No one's really interested. In this weird position of being like hypoth- visible as a writer respected, my work is getting out there, but. Sexually Terms of intimacy emotionally. I'm just. People aren't interested. Civic Tool Salah about sex and the. Problematic thing, abundant intimacy and Enjoy within the body, but how? Navigating that. Means that you will be fetish is and. It can. Be Unsafe. So from and my a leap, are you ready? Because every time I interviewed people I come up with a question on last to respond to him. No question, a word I'm lying would. You'll this. multi-diverse. The reason I chose that few I didn't think I wind going. GonNa. Pose this question. And that you said earlier about what was it be like? For Black people not to experience racism slap, we'll look at facebook. Look at all social media postings look up. What people luxury editing and life of being scrutinized for their whiteness. So endless multi. WHAT POWER LOUD UNIVERSITIES! 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"zoom co" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

05:08 min | 4 months ago

"zoom co" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Do here's some view Goodwin in good two hours Chan White? Dove Goes I've been waiting for this moment all my life, but that is true in of all moments santee himself. It's calming just to hear Echo has to say, and what he says is very true. Amazing Guess Russell I agree with that just listening tim like he's broadcasting thing that he's talking about so of peace and bringing you into the President I. Tell You this I love Eckhart all. I love him. Of, said it. Jessica says I've been waiting for this for years. The to spiritual leaders YEP to spiritually. Yes, Chin, don't shake your head to one being eco. She doesn't literally say this was implied his way through brand over us from big brothers big math from forgetting Sarah Marshall from other things pundit land. Guaranteed the creek all those things may two one and two. Is, a spiritual leader now and we're all GONNA. Just have to settle down except here now. Comfy little cushions now new emergent commune that's right, because if you subscribe to the Mat, you might one hundred people that was on my zoom, Co, everyday and I really. Felt pleased as punch when I was doing every we ask yeah, she'll be running an online church soon. My Man. And then a real physical church. Ashrawi Jenn it's a common holidays a common our. River come revolution, come and his Pants Ike. ISM could be an important piece of the Jigsaw and get back to Jessica Lynch is or Jessica. La Electro. Post. The to spiritual leaders again, just distress. That's me how who have taught me the most and stirred. The most reflection is good. He talks about narcissist doesn answer. Stirring a reflection is an interesting image to have deployed and growth within mason down against the fact is happening in the current events, so the caravans and we are able to hear him speak about them is so next level hands going like he does appreciative palm of then perhaps. My. My other wife Person I've not deliberately changed those periods to why art like him yellow, but you know this of emoji yellow I seem to be right now. My China back to yellow. Why? Because of the! Liberal, probably a simpsons. Simpson's. Personal Promo this is some promo that what are you looking at me? How's your week in Gen? Greg. What did you do that some videos of you? Don't screen where. You Moving House. Yes going to get in a relationship with WHO. If you're interested. I wonder who would be if you're interested in a relationship. Are! You looking for a relationship. Actively what types of human being alike then thin doesn't other gender or sex of the person doesn't matter. If you a nice thin person give Jen Chisel Chisel. She's Miming chiseled draw so not right. This look down at your jewel. Run your hand along it is it chiseled, not Dumbledore, but if he is, you might on your single person. Do you want to be a single person? General Know My. Relationship. Okay, so if you're if no one else who pay hurt by it. I needed a nice Chisel draw you. Are you an Insta- Django Jenny Thin January fan. Play. Jen You can do it yourself. You can take out you can leave in the fact is you've got the old power in this situation? You want credit even if I seem like powerful patriarch in this situation, being dominant towards a female strong female in the workplace on thirtieth birthday, the reality is if this is left in Jenny, lefty in she had the editorial. At the. Cal. Oh now the mine guy in. Your online Stalinist domain. yet surprise my youtube channel. Get some videos. And follow me on all of those various. You know social me decide if you want the real thing you want to sign to the mailing list because I do, these online shows now. Cool online church where you can. Basically, Zoom May in luckiest may talk about your questions. You'll ever direct and also I response those emails. A compromise respond to the mall, but I do promise you that I'll read every single. The. One God. At help? Russell brand dot com is that we send it to. Fun That is, you can look at look at my website. All right them well. There's only Philip golf and understand the true nature of Pan Sark wants him for always getting.

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"zoom co" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:39 min | 5 months ago

"zoom co" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Shutout to Chris Wittingham who is on this. Zoom Co host of a popular Chelsea. Podcast called Chelsea Mike W should check it out. That's a perfect play. By the way on a plugged as it is. Thank you Chris. So what happened with the Red Sox is that? He said that he wanted to go to a big market team. And Bud silly at the time spoke to the owners and said this is perfect. He spoke to a small group of us. Who are the small revenue owners? The way he had been with Milwaukee he said we will have one of us on the other side so bud thought that having John Henry Own. A big market team was perfect because he was a big time. We'll small-market champion and therefore we would have one more vote when there would be fights amongst the owners. There's no way there's no way I'm sure that was the thought. There is no way once he started owning the red sox and seeing what that cash cow was doing that he stayed a champion for small market causes. Well one of the big issues between the Red Sox of Major League Baseball to this day is the fact that John Henry disappeared. He became the biggest big market bully in in all of baseball worse than the Yankees worse than Frank mccord worse than the dodgers John. Henry became an animal about big. I just hated the small markets and tried to squash squash US squish us. Every moment he could one of bud ceilings again. Will you admit these things who knows what by but bud wrote a book and it didn't mention this part? One of his biggest disappointments was how John Henry went to the dark side and went so far to the dark side that it was almost unrecognizable man. So do owners still to this day. That grudge with John Henry or so much time has passed. That it's just sort of is what it is at. This point is a lot of new owners. So Derek jeter Bruce. Sherman couldn't care less. They don't know John. Henry is a small market guy. They know big market behemoth so when when ownerships change those sort of things go away but like Rob Manford people. In the Commissioner's Office. They have long memories and they remember John. Henry is eccentric guy so I got to know him through the negotiation he and I had a very difficult relationship because I did. The majority of the negotiating with his people who were Lucinda treats to work for the MARLINS and David Ginsburg who is vice chairman for the Marlins and then it goes were very difficult is John. Henry and Jeffrey Loria were both completely irrational. In how they wanted this franchise swap to work so John. Henry would call one day and say by the way. We're taking Josh Beckett with us. And and.

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"zoom co" Discussed on The Long and The Short Of It

The Long and The Short Of It

07:13 min | 5 months ago

"zoom co" Discussed on The Long and The Short Of It

"In certain organizations contexts. You might be in his Co. unlike half of the participants on video one and I think that's something in having everyone have their video on and I know I've mentioned this to you before. But if everyone has their video on and if everyone is gallery view which is like the Brady Bunch view this interesting dynamic where everyone's taking up the same amount of space and there's no one physically domineering in terms of like the hot or they're just size as a human being compared to someone who might be short and that as well as like status roles in terms of organizational hierarchy and titles just creates a really interesting level where we're all he taking up cyberspace and we always have a like a little face on the screen. Which I think is just. I haven't quite figured out how and why but I think it does something to the meeting. Room so that's an example so. I noticed at the toward the end of our first month of our online classes. That in my impulse train class which meets twice a week when the class would start as the weeks went on more and more people started the class with their camera off and so in the final week. We started this thing. And I'm calling the Sowell Bone on moment where this is a a word. I learned from Seth Godin. Which is this Zulu greeting? I'm here in the box of goodies. I'll post the video that seth shared but essentially when you say so bona it means I see you and then the response is I am here and so now at the top of class I send people out for several bone a moment which they have to turn their camera on for and then when they come back to me cameras are on. It's Nice it's a nice little quick fix the other cultural thing that we noticed on in the studio as we moved online was paying attention to chat usage because one of the ways in a large group people feel seen. Is they enter something in the chat so did not want to disable the public facing chat. But I started to get some feedback from some participants that the CIA is just too frequent and so what we do now is let people know that we're trying to create a culture. We can all be proud of in the way we're showing up on zoom and so what that means for us is that we only under something into the chat if we feel that is for everybody's benefit or in a moment when the person who's facilitating the class says now everybody go ahead and enter that into the chat so there are the boundaries and expectations. The clarity around that really. I think is helpful in creating something that does not erupt into Kale. Yeah I think the interesting thing that I'm connecting in here. You say that is just the and the the meeting of where people are at knowing that everyone is at a slightly different place with zoom and the need and desire and want to use chat. So I think about this a lot in I mention daily that I think have really effective zoom co one where everyone has an opportunity to speak and that can be hotter than it sounds because we all know those over enthusiastic bless them folks who love to jump off mute for the like the very first time they always want to be the first person off and maybe they hop off mute more than once to answer the same question to three or four times and so there are two concepts. I think about a lot of tactics but just wanted to share them. Because I think they're really effective. One is to literally ask or to say for those. That haven't had a chance to come off mute yet and then ask the question again and so just a call out that. I'm seeking to get input from those who haven't contributed I think one way and then the one which is a little bit more philosophical. I guess but it's this idea that my friend Dean by Duke again who had mentioned recently introduced to and it's this concept of move up move up and I'll dig up the way this originally came from and put it in the box of goodies as well so we share this quite often in a coal wendy facilitating. Which is we want to introduce you to the concept of. Move UP. Move on now. What that means is if you I usually someone who speaks first and speaks often. We want you to move up into a position of listening and if you are someone who usually likes to sit back and just kind of listen and not necessarily have input. We would love you to move up into a position of sharing and so both of those are stretches. Both of those are moving up into something that we might not be comfortable doing based on our default and so like let's step into that together. I love that I'm GonNa try that. Thank you for that tip. Course thank you dean. I'll tell you one of the things that I like to do is ask people to use the digital hand-raising feature because I know that very often the first person to speak is going to be someone who identifies as male and so what this does for me as a facilitator is. It allows me to make sure that we have as many diverse voices represented as possible in the question. Askar's otherwise it can be very homogenized.

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"zoom co" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"zoom co" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The wealthiest Americans are getting even richer during this time of crisis at a time when as many as twenty two million Americans have filed for unemployment a report from the institute for Policy Studies says the combined wealth of America's billionaires has increased by nearly ten percent since the start of the pandemic wallstreet overall may have been on the decline but tech and stay at home stocks have rallied this means that the net worth of H. of those billionaires including Amazon's Jeff Bezos and zoom co founder Eric Yang have seen a billion dollar jump on their network statements in just a few weeks on Jan Johnson at eleven fifty five it is money news on K. Y. W. the bluebirds Bryggeri video games towards real life sports anywhere to be found no not even close so what's a sports addict to do the NFL tried to fill the pandemic induced board with a star studded video with the likes of former tight end Tony Gonzalez urging you to stay at home thank you your family protected so and QB one Tom Brady of your stand safe and healthy out there encouraging social distancing so fans are turning to video games statistic dot com reports a sixty three percent total increase in video game sales in just one week in March and it seems people want as close to the real thing is they can get list of national football league video games long dominated by the Madden franchise is starting to grow published fifty games announced a.

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"zoom co" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:55 min | 6 months ago

"zoom co" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"The wealthiest Americans are getting richer during the Colbert nineteen pandemic at a time when as many as twenty two million Americans have filed for unemployment a report from the institute for Policy Studies says the combined wealth of America's billionaires has increased by nearly ten percent since the start of the pandemic Wall Street overall may have been on the decline but tech and stay at home stocks have rallied this means that the net worth of eight of those billionaires including Amazon's Jeff Bezos and zoom co founder Eric Yang have seen a billion dollar jump on their network statements in just a few weeks on Jan Johnson Steve doll Caskey a hard throwing wild left hander whose minor league career inspired the creation of new cloud Lucian bull Durham has died he was eighty dot Caskey never reach the major leagues but was sent to thrown well over one hundred miles an hour I'm in Kate's the National Weather Service today a sixty percent chance of showers and thunderstorms partly sunny and a high near seventy three tonight showers likely possibly a thunderstorm mostly cloudy and a low near fifty two tomorrow a slight chance of early morning afternoon showers mostly cloudy with a high near sixty four tomorrow night mostly clear with a low around forty six Monday sunny and a high near sixty nine and Tuesday mostly sunny with a high near seventy five I'm JD what W. G. O. W. message brought to you by people's home equity and your money your money want you to hear this get ready to refinance we live in a world full of ups and downs that goes for mortgage rates as well right now if your rate is four percent or above you may want to consider refinancing there's money on the table and it's money you could be saving money for the savings account money for kids college money for that project around the house whatever.

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"zoom co" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

08:48 min | 7 months ago

"zoom co" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Card in one of them was Was like printer and I something like a printer and he said Oh well I can make these glossier here and counterfeit cards. Were a big problem. At the time he said well. I can handle that. I could do this hologram thing you. You can't Counterfeit Hologram is would be way too expensive for counterfeit guard and so while they're planning miss some light low level major league ramming not low level because he was in the majors but like a total scrub with twelve career plate. Appearances or pitching appearances walks in. And they're like hey do you wanna be part of our baseball card company and joined and he was one of the first partners in upper deck and he ended up having a very short career and got like incredibly rich off of upper deck and eventually sued the company as as often happens in books about baseball things. So who will be a entrepreneur or some sort of somehow extremely rich person for non baseball thing? I Have Trevor Bauer. You're okay yeah yeah I think. Bauer would like to think that he'll be this person at this person does emulate you unmask. And maybe he would see that for himself. I went for Ross stripling trend of the show. I suppose in that he has been on it. He is a stockbroker and he invests a pretty heavily and intelligently seemingly and comes from a family of investors. I think we have talked to him a little bit about that. And so I figure for all I know he is already had a a lucrative career. Hopefully he was shorting everything recently. Where else his entire wealth may have just been wiped out but I believe in his ability to accrue non baseball income D Wayne abuse is the pitcher and he made two hundred. Thousand Dollars is a baseball player and seventeen million dollars with upper. Oh I will. I did not have a good answer for this. I couldn't think of a good one. I couldn't really think of a vision. For what would happen. But I picked Yossi El Puig. 'cause I could just imagine him like I can imagine him owning like A. I don't know I could just imagine him doing something on. I think maybe I was too hung up on Ashton Kutcher becoming like a social media mogul and I thought I could imagine somebody making a lot of money using social media in a way that I don't understand and Yasa Seemed like a person. Do I have seen on social media getting lots of likes. Yeah I could see Dislike striking oil or something oil. Baron like there's nothing. I would put past Yasuo pig and I feel like he is A. He is an extremely talented person. Who is in his own way really in control of his image and he feels like he is too restrained by baseball but once he breaks the shackles of baseball. He is going to find his his fortune actually signed him not yet. Okay all right last one who will be a two active baseball dad. So father of a young athlete who maybe has a little bit too much. You know little too little too much little too much. I took us more so this could be like the overeager dad but I took it more as like just the the so nice and so loving dad that he's always going above and beyond. I picked mad void for this. Okay I believe he blurb your book you did and so what I did not to say that because he blurred by when I in my interactions with the guy was just so sweet and I was thinking. Wow this guy I can just see him being like at every game in recital forever. Why did he blurb your book that happen while because he's one of Don Carman's clients and so- Carmen is Scott boruses one of his staff psychologists and I said to Carmen Are there any current guys you work with you? Think would like kind of appreciate this and and some of the themes that I'm going with you again. You Know Matt Boyd Is Someone. Who's super reflective intellectual So that's how that came about. I went with todd. Frazier who just seems. Extremely Dad like he is a dad which is When prerequisite for this position I think he has multiple kids and I read on wikipedia. That his name now graces the little league field in his town. Called Frazier Field House which that seems like maybe put pressure on your kids to be players. Because it's frazier field and you can't embarrass frazier on his field and it just seems like I don't know he's the kind of guy who seems like he would just be calling until like sports talk radio. I don't know he's just he's very New York and I could see him. Being an overactive baseball dead. I was trying to think of someone. Who is the progeny of an overactive baseball dead on the theory that you know like father like son and that may be a player? Would rebel against his dad. Who had been too active as baseball dad but then would find himself. Falling into the same habits would look back and think. Oh no I'm just become like my dad but be unable to escape that cycle of Baseball Dennis. But I can really think of anyone because Kobe Razz Mrs. No longer in the league and no one else came immediately so Colby Rasmus such a good answer I know but not active. So Todd Frazier I I actually cheated. I went with on active although I don't know if he officially retired I'm just going with Jose Bautista his age Feels I mean? He was just? He was so good at baseball after essentially like building himself up from from the floor and in the same way that like Ted Williams was was supposed to be an impatient coach because he did it. So why couldn't everybody else? I feel like Jose Bautista would just look at maybe see projects everywhere. He goes in be frustrated that that other people weren't as a successful at at he was so I don't know yeah. He's pretty active on twitter to Constantly falling people seems like it might translate. Yeah and you know I mean he could just imagine right like okay so you dad's Jose Bautisa in your like a year like maybe you're like a real hot shot high school pitcher and every time you pitched too many hits a home run. He just like slips that bat that right all right We did it. That was all of them yeah. I wonder whether we'll get even one rate between the three of us. Funny Five Years. Put It on the calendar. Yes all right okay. Well the book is out everyone. Go get it again. It's called the wax pack on the Open Road in search of baseball's afterlife. Usually I say available wherever books are sold and I guess that's still true but books are being sold at fewer places right now however you can still help out a local bookseller and go to India bound at least an order without actually stepping foot somewhere. And you can find Brad on twitter at Brad Pollution. You can find the book on twitter at Wax. Pack Book Your Book by the way has many more followers than you do personally which I don't know if that's humbling or a just a testament to the book and the concept for the book and the marketing that you've put into this thing that people are already jazzed about it without mostly having read it and you can also go to Wax Pack Book Dot Com to get more info about it. So thanks again Brandon congrats and I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I did. Thank you one last thing. I was really cool. You know this obviously is a difficult time for everyone But what's been really need to see? Several baseball. Writers have come together. Who have books coming out now to kind of help each other interview each other on Zoom Co promote so? We've got a whole group. That said that come together. Call the Pandemic Baseball Book Club which is at P. B. The club dot com. And you have a whole range of books and projects. Publishers represented with people. That are that are coming out with books right now so it's great to see people supporting each other. Yeah all right. Well we'll take a quick break and then I will be back with the person who helped make this book a Reality Rob Taylor of University of Nebraska press who will tell us about the economics of baseball books and.

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"zoom co" Discussed on Stance

Stance

13:09 min | 7 months ago

"zoom co" Discussed on Stance

"Common to sledding recognizing that I don't have any power over what's going to happen in the wider world means that I can think about all the exciting things and ways that I can express myself now unreached people now and that is that's cool because it's kind of limitless. I mean there are some very clear. Limits and a government government mandate lockdown. It's kind of opens up a new way to be and gets yeah. It gets me to retain what's important about the path I was on and the hopefully create something different for the future and you said during a comedy central sketch with fellow comedian. He's that you have to force yourself to spend time alone again just on that like. How are you kind of dealing with self-isolation? At the moment many of us you know thrive when around People New Environment. I know being around people is hard because I think being a performer. You give out a lot of energy but you also get a lot of it from like applause or indifference or just like the reactions of people that you feed what they want and he wants to give it to them and now you don't even like you kind of have to set that up yourself. You're like am I going to zoom co with my Auntie to make myself feel good or like cheese something today. So I'm spending a lotta time alone. I lived with a housemate so I'm not completely alone but I think it's nice to know that you don't disappear when people aren't looking at year and even though it was in the context of like horrible things happening all over the world. I think those of us who do all we can do is follow instructions and stay inside and take care of each other. Those of us who've been given this chance pause will really appreciate it and even miss parts of it when it's gone so I'm trying to. I'm trying to ray rice all down so that I can make the most of my life when I get out of the cage in your ideas a funny thing about privilege. You kind of urged people to start checking their privileged but not necessarily in the kind of conventional obvious ways that you'd think about what privileges I suppose. My question is what were you trying to say here about the kind of nuances of privilege. And do you think it's kind of getting lost? I think it's been so long since certain people were listened to that can kind of be this eagerness to clap back. All the kind of oppression microaggressions or frustrations that oppress people or minority. People have been experiencing ages and in a lot of cases the the like the enemy in comas is like whiteness. The Patriarchy but that doesn't mean that everyone who falls into that group is an enemy I think generally people are allies. Just load of people who both befall out inside and outside of your group aren't necessarily as wherever the things that you've been particular had to go through and I think I consider myself to be a really privileged person at the same time as being like a black woman and a person of color and I think it's my responsibility to kind of keep changing spaces that are dominated by those people to create opportunities for people that don't fit into that category and let them kind of take center stage so I think basically it all boils down to calling people in not calling them out and while it is really fun to Bash. Whiteman the conversation CON and they're like but it's interesting about that 'cause I think from kind of point of view from women like ourselves. I get what you're saying that we need to be checking that expose also if you look at it from a from a different level. I suppose from a kind of institutional level or that kind of thing or organizations of the time they might think that having diversity for instance literally means having those faces as opposed to seeing who those people are and where they kind of come from so in a way that privilege and checking and being aware of it does that also for you work both ways as well no in terms of not just internally with minorities for instance are women but also in terms of how organizations and people interact with what they think isn't privilege. Yeah I think that companies and institutions realize that diversity is something that they need to consider in order to look good they can't seem like they're outdated dusty institutions. But I think there's a of glamour of Sir very visible types of Diversity and I think what we need to think about. More is representation like a lot of companies are atrocious in how they accommodate people who are disabled Because it takes a lot of money and a lot of time to rethink how people work. How people building how people access services like involves a huge? It doesn't take necessarily as much to get an able bodied middle-class black person to be in your like photo your website that doesn't mean that those two groups are odds there were lots of people of color who are disabled. There are lots of like people who fit into one category or know someone in more than one category. But I think that it's great that there are certain. Groups have been vocal enough to get attention and funding and support by institutions. But I think institutions need to not want to feel like a sort of quota or a requirement for the representation but they need to think about how their entire system works and how welcoming is to everyone at the same time rather than the quick fixes. You studied French and English Oxford. And you got right into it by joining the Oxford IMPs which is improvisational comedy group. And how was that environment? And how'd you? That helped your career. What was that like so yeah? I was part of the Oxford University. Which is a cult. It was it was a great call to be a part of. It was something that I did not really know existed before I went to university. So many things like Improv Pesto. I did not really know about before I went to but in the UK. Improv is a traditional part of comedy that the most prominent evidence of it has been like. Whose LINE is it. Anyway which is mainly done by white cysts man but it's really democratic in that you can create any environment you can play any character you have endless options who you choose on status before and I think it gave me the confidence to kind of forget about all the things that were holding me back and just enjoy being on stage and being funny so I think that was an amazing. It was an amazing part of my life. It's great so many really great performers in the U. K. Comedy Industry today for such a small group. I feel really lucky to them apart. And in your comedy sometimes mentioned your mom routines which like seriously makes me laugh so much and your heritage is Cameroonian Ghanaian. Tell me How does your mom feel about you? Now in your work as a comedian. I think my mom was very worried all the time. I've been like working freelance pretty much since I graduated been working behind the scenes in TV and production and kind of hopping from job to job because there is no security in the industry. But she didn't get that. I wasn't just repeatedly being fired or losing work. That that's just how people in the creative industries tend to function. So it's Kinda like you spend all this money like a fancy fees or fancy university and then it's like war like what kind of security getting from it. My Mom's always been happy for me and what I do but walk the way I do. It hasn't always been something that's been familiar to her. And I think that it was always important for me to try and fulfill those ideals at the same time to try and make money to try and be stable and I think it even though I've been lucky in comedy. I think it's taken me longer than some other people to be like. This is what I want to do because I was so scared of disappointing. Some sort of expectation that she and my family had for me but the more I kind of own up to who I am or how he wants to do things. I realized that she's just delighted for me and she'll invite the huskies to all my shows which really kills a show. I don't know how to behave in a in an audience. That's good comedy shouldn't be just be the preserve people who know how to know that they should turn off their phones and not talk constantly so nice that they've come to your shows wicked. Is it make you nervous having your teeth and your mom and everyone coming to the shows well. I have a bad of a bad habit of coming out to family members of my committee because my family is very loving very supportive and I. I love them to bet but there are certain things that wasn't necessarily spoken off when I was younger. I think that was. I think there's certain stuff about my life that I thought was a need to know basis that I didn't ever have open conversations with my mom or other people in my family about and I was really nervous about it sort of coming to light by doing this. We just talk about it and I didn't want my particularly to find out by accident or through someone else about parts of my identity that I hadn't shared her so having my aunties who individually invite because I did what my show is to go well but having my aunt he's come to my show and watch my show and just be kind of nothing like complementary and loving and you know over the top afterwards is like gives me an amazing feeding of acceptance and even though. I haven't been that brave enough to invite everyone in my family to see me perform. I hope that like the joy they can see that it gives me and it gives other people is like enough for them to see that as a reward. I I feel very loved and I feel very lucky so back to comedy now. Who would you say your comedy heroes or they any schizoid routines? That has really kind of stayed with you throughout the years. It's always so hard to pick comedy heroes because I mean you know there are so many I think probably the first black woman that I was aware of like watching being funny was like did you see her. Nhs video recently what? My mom sent it to me. It was my mom. Send it to me and and she was like soapy is. This is this a comedian. And how you like. I don't know what happened to your brain old. Actually what's sponsored or like the Lenny? Henry show like every week for how you just like. Who is this? How did you get this clear? The GIULIETTA is clip about the NHS if it was the what about how all the newspaper Coverage Serrano Brown faces when not what the Tesla's like I think she's wonderful. I think she's people spoke to me. I recently did a job cruise. It was like the first grade I've ever wound on and I probably only agreed because it was lesbian crews in the French Italian Riviera and I was like I have to find out what this is like and then right the Sitcom and it was very scary but very fun. A lot of people referenced. Comedians that they are people that they see on the boat ages ago before anyone knew that they were out. People like Gina or Ruby rose and I think that there's obviously they've they've been quick. Comedians will quit for MS and black comedians before them. But I think trailblazers have a really important part to play the people coming up through an industry and Gina Stephanie. One for me but then like since then there have been so many people that have helped me and like been. Inspirations people like Frankie Boyle or Sara Pascoe or Josie long does birch and these people. Now I'm like we are friends or at least is and it's amazing to be creating work at the same time as them but they did earlier points. Their careers was just so such a gift to be able to see someone like that have you. Do you have any projects that you're sort of planning right now yes I do. I have so many products bubbling away. I hope that will eventually see the light of Day south that you can listen to you. Right now is my poly-amorous and I recorded like some like recorded documentary on poly-amorous which is hopefully tasty way for people to think about all the activity. They're not gonNA be engaging in that out so that just that just dropped. That just came out. It's called the Book Marie and it's real short like me and there are some very cool people on Rubira Kate Smith where he was a comedian talking about non monogamy great calamity I'm doing a lot of writing for stuff. That probably won't be out immediately. But uh why he racist which is the live comedy night that I do will be finding ways onto the Internet. So you should follow it if you can dislike the work of people like. Oh God like Hema Bob Jane Roni or like Juan like we're going to be supporting all of them. You can just get involved with wacky racist as a thing and you'll have access to so many amazing comedians. I hope to keep working with the people that I've been working with ages so our hopes keep working with plate. People like album keeps US Louis membership model like I want people to keep support angry. It's like the low word and Wacky and fuck it up within comedy. Because they're all like they're all started by passionate young people that just love the love our audiences and the people we work with saying look at my name on the BBC..

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"zoom co" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

09:29 min | 7 months ago

"zoom co" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

"Do also got some well. That's not gonNA happen right now. Either I am talking stuck at home. Actually one bag of Holy. Get Weird working in your room for his just become a whole different person but a the collective consciousness yeah And then I also got the Geisha. 'cause I'm I'm really excited to try that and quick so I was like I gotta get some real fast and then a few other ones I forget I think I got the Guatemala and Beta Carmona. Not Bella Sorry. L. A. Kerman other things. I definitely got some answer because I wanted to ask. You know it feels like home and oh I got a few bags of steeped. So I'm just I just I just Just a new little tiny guess. What tiny little cute Khalida Wave Moka Pot thinking that I was telling Kristen about and I got the small size on purpose. Because I'm just one person you know what I'm saying. Yeah because fuck making coffee for anybody else save myself. Oh my God that's right. Now that's how you should totally be thinking. I wrote a blog about helping out on Wednesday. Oh cool if anybody wants to check it I mean. I read a blog every Wednesday but the theme on this one or kind of the A. Because everyone's feeling this this panic right so just making a little note that if everybody only focuses on saving themselves that when the dust settles like you're going to be all alone and that would be a really crappy thing and we're all you know we gotta do what we can to help out each other. Hell Yeah you don't need a bunch of money to help out. You don't need to be rich. You don't need to be a baller. You don't need to have a ton of resources anyway. That's like free am I okay? There's a chance I don't know for sure but I might move in with my grandma. It's super safe. Because she has a lot of people come through. So that's one thing but even before that I'm I was thinking about doing deliveries for the elderly But even more than that even easier is literally face timing with my friends. That's and it's helping me to and like I was making dinner last night here. My sister up we just talked about stuff and it was really cool and yeah I just I need my friends and I don't I just yeah gotta you did. I tell you about my virtual co working space you know what the heck okay. So Seth Godin. I'm a big fan of his books and everything that he does. He created on his website. A little portal. That's got a virtual co working space just for a month to help people get through this so what it has is. It's got a bunch of different message boards where you can connect with people all over the globe and then this is what I really liked about it. They have two different Zoom Rooms. That are available. So there's a coffee chat room where you go in and chat with people and there's there's hundreds of people on this platform right but they break up into groups of ten or so the one I've been using is the virtual zoom co working room to. Are you sign into the room? And then you basically see on your screen the other nine people that are in your room and it's a no talking room. There is like a chat bar on the side. That seems like most people aren't using it a lot very minimal and what you have is a bunch of people quote unquote sitting together doing work. And I'm using it to try to keep my productivity a little bit higher on the projects that I'm working on because Bill. I hate me exactly. I hate being in one place for too long so I like to bounce around and at home it sucked so I'm prone to sitting down doing fifteen minutes of work and then going and getting a snack or going and getting distracted by this that or the other. But if I'm sitting down and everybody can see me sitting there I feel like I wanna stay planted for at least forty five minute chunks of time to not be the lame dude you have that look of concentration on your face like even if you're shopping right what's the point of what's the point of signing in. Blake what's the point of signing and if you're just GONNA dip like five minutes so I tried it out. I wasn't shopping. Caroline just kidding. I don't think real I don't think anyone I know. I like WanNa shop so bad actually. I'm going to buy something from humidity. The skate shop in New Orleans. And I'm trying to figure out a way to drop off a care package at bills wheels. Oh our local skates love. Our coffee drop it on. I know they're open odd hours though because there are open. Well I know so bill who owns a shop posted something and they're they're at certain times just to take deliveries but those times are kind of erratic so. I need to connect with one of the people that work there and figure out how to get something to give deliveries. What just to take like from there from people they buy. Okay that's cool. You know like like our our Milkman. Would drop off milk or whatever. Yeah so yeah that's a I'm trying. I'm trying to keep it going. Do we need to read more or less man? Feel totally just want episodes on. Okay I just I was just talking miles Murphy and then if you WANNA do. Christopher kind of tally Christopher Tally San Jose California. He says support the local businesses. It benefits all of us collectively. It totally does thank you so much for for bringing that to the table Man. I don't even know what to say more on that. Because it's something we've been preaching for the last couple couple episodes that it really means a lot to give what you can and then if you can't financially obviously even supporting like for us You're getting Kinda Swamp Carol because you've been doing so much work and I was like. Let me get in that instagram. For you and I did and just seeing like the energy that people were sending out like supporting local business. If it's like. Hey I love what you guys do on a regular basis. Even if you can't buy anything like I'm just here to tell you that you're fucking awesome. That's dope like that is totally supportive. Amen to that yeah like sending a DM just being late you hazard doing okay or like whatever or even just having a conversation again just interacting with one. Another is pretty big Really Building FEM- here. You know for sure Los I can. I can read another one. Yup and I'm GonNa read another one a few because I got a special supreme okay cool. There's actually some funny ones that I'm excited for you to read down the line. I'm scrolling down the line and I want to get it before before somebody else. Okay cool so you go? I'M GONNA go with Bradley Dixon from Santa Cruz. local local peeves So it says thank you guys for being awesome. I live down the street. And we'll be enjoying your coffee from the comfort of my home until this blows over happy face but not just a normal happy face. It's like the two is and then using the letter capital d. So it's like a day smile dude. Thank you so much Bradley. Like it's good to know that you're staying safe and I'm so grateful that you are drinking our coffee but any coffee at all. I'm glad that you're just taking care of yourself and it's fun to just yeah. Thank you for saying we're awesome because that feels good and I think you're asking the feel so good it's cool to see and there's a few of them in here more than you this. There's a lot of locals and it's Dope Super Dope. It that speaks to me. That people are really missing that connection of both like our workers in the cafe and seeing the other people around the community. It's just people are craving it and thank you for thank you for checking in with us on social and sending this stuff it's super dope I'M GONNA skip down the line all the way down. 'cause I just wanted to catch willing From JERICK MONTE FROM BOISE IDAHO. He says hi. I'm Jerry which I've never heard that name. I don't know where that comes from. But it's cool. J E R I C K Great Jerick underscore Monte on INSTA-. I'm a photographer and enjoy shooting cars. When I discovered Chris that's me had a passion for cars to and may coffee. I was pretty stoked I own a two thousand four. Four X T with an engine swap can't wait to try nightshift and read the tiny book. Dude I love the tiny book. Love love everything. Well why I lost my place. I love everything. Good people have created sending all the good vibes. I can't in these hard times stay. Dalkia. I'll catch flipside piece Jerick dude. I got something for you. A little nugget of connection interaction. So you have a forester within engine swap. I WANNA.

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"zoom co" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:46 min | 8 months ago

"zoom co" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Year old son was allegedly killed by his father or the mother of Thomas Alva filed papers yesterday demanding permanent custody of her other two young boys Thomas Volvo the eight year old who was allegedly left to freeze in his father's garage in center Moriches Justina zoom co a Volvo says in the petition to the court she wants sole custody of her other sons Anthony age ten and your age six she also requested workers from child protective services stay away from her family she says in her petition since they failed her family they should be allowed to be involved with them anymore Thomas's father forty one year old Michael Volvo and NYPD transit officer and his girlfriend remain behind bars being held without bail on charges of second degree murder for forcing the boy allegedly to sleep in the unheated garage during below freezing temperatures they have both pleaded not guilty some negative news this morning after a new climate change study is released it felt warmer last year at least it felt that way it was last year was the second warmest on record the past decade was the hottest in human history and January was the warmest January since eighteen fifty two the U. N. weather agency's annual climate report the amount of carbon dioxide methane and nitrous oxide emitted three greenhouse gases broke records smoke and pollutants from Australia wildfires reached around the globe causing a spike in carbon dioxide the agency says warming of oceans has led to unusual tropical storms U. N. secretary general says there is no time to lose of a climate catastrophe is to be prevented that is corresponding chucks Iverson wins news time five thirty seven we'll take a look at ten ten wins entertainment next what's up Philly it's Mickey leaper I'm doing a stand up comedy tour with victory brewing company's monkey bunch all over the east coast one in on the fun check out victory gear dot com slash monkeys to learn how you can catch me at Union County club on March twenty sixth K. also accepting boats motorcycles R. V.'s in real estate donations brings new time five thirty eight time for ten ten wins entertainment sign of the times already Ms it's the end of the world has cracked the iTunes top one hundred iTunes didn't even exist on the song first came out thirty three years thirty three years ago in nineteen eighty seven it did peak then on the Billboard hot one hundred back in number sixty nine it is currently number seventy three on the iTunes list probably not given to the corona virus pandemic we are experiencing a lot of talk of course about being held back in the late because of coronavirus not this one Disney announcing yesterday frozen two will drop early on the Disney plus streaming service several months early and facts of the family scooped up by the coronavirus have something else to do with adoption center is open daily and what films are shutting down.